Is Robin Going to Die?

Will Dr. Robin Scorpio Drake die (again) saving Jason Morgan?

A few years ago, fans of Dr. Robin Scorpio Drake (Kimberly McCullough), and the character’s friends and family, thought they had lost Robin forever after the lab at General Hospital exploded with Robin inside. Robin was on a mission to save the life her her former lover and current best friend, Jason Morgan (Steve Burton/Billy Miller). Patrick (Jason Thompson) stood watch as the locked lab burst into flames and there was absolutely nothing he could do about it. He watched Robin expire right before his his… or so he thought. We the fans thought the same thing. Right along with Patrick, we thought that Robin was dead.

The actress, Kimberly McCullough made it known that she was wanting to explore other options in her career and had a hand in directing projects. To our surprise, the writers at General Hospital rewrote Robin’s exit to leave a more open ended result. 2 years after Robin died, friends and family of the brilliant doctor learned that Cesar Faison (Anders Hove) was behind staging Robin’s death in a sick and twisted attempt at getting closer to her mother, Anna DeVane (Finola Hughes). Dr. Liesl Obrecht (Kathleen Gati) took part in assisting Faison with this horrific kidnapping as she is totally infatuated with him, the father of her daughter, Britt Westbourne (Kelly Thiebaud).

In the latest edition of Soaps In Depth, General Hospital spoilers tease that Robin may blow up, but for real this time. With General Hospital rumors claiming that Robin and Jason will be involved in an accident after they manage to escape from Crichton-Clark, will this lead to the demise of Robin Scorpio? Kimberly McCullough has been coming back and forth on General Hospital for quite some time now, and now that her character and Jason Thompson’s character, Patrick Drake are calling it quits, will Kimberly leave General Hospital for good? There has been no confirmation of this news as of yet. General Hospital Blog will keep you updated on all General Hospital comings and goings.

 






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