On General Hospital, Brook Lynn Quartermaine and Harrison Chase moved in together because Chase was pretending to be the father of little Bailey — while Brook Lynn was pretending to be her mother.
General Hospital Polling
Now that the maternity and paternity puzzles have been straightened out, and the newly renamed Bailey Louise has gone home with her biological mother, Maxie Jones (Kirsten Storms) — following the death of biological father Peter August (Wes Ramsey), should Brook Lynn (Amanda Setton) and Chase (Josh Swickard) continue with their cohabitation? What over 3,000 fans told us:
Room For One More
They’ve been platonic roommates up to now, 60% insist, but we need to put an end to that. This is a couple that needs to be a couple in every sense of the word. It was adorable watching them play Mommy and Daddy with Bailey. And there is no reason for that to end. They could have a family of their own. A real one, this time. Finn Hamilton (Michael Easton) could be an uncle — that’s something to think about!
General Hospital: Take It Slow
Romance yes, 32% of the audience confirms, but rushed — no. Brook Lynn and Chase need to take this burgeoning love story slowly. They need to realize they are more than just friends and more than just (pretend) co-parents. They are meant to be. Ain’t nothing like the real thing, baby.
Rents are spiking up all over the place, 8% of you sigh. Sure, Brook Lynn and Chase both have wealthy parents. But that doesn’t mean they have money to burn. Besides, two can always live as cheaply as one. They could be a good role model for struggling millennials everywhere. Brook Lynn and Chase should continue living together…as roommates only. It’s good for the environment.
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