A Frisco Jones Return?

In the last year or so, the executives at GH have been known for bringing back fan favorites and vet characters. With all of the WSB and Frisco Jones talk that went on last week, could the writers be giving the audience a hint? Last week when Maxie was in her air plane dilemma, she reached out to her father, Frisco Jones to come to her aid and get her home to Nathan before the new year. Also last week, Agent Sloan brought up the fact that Frisco was now the head of the WSB to Anna Devane.

If Jack Wagner does return to his role as Frisco Jones, there are many possible story lines he could tie into. For one, his daughter Maxie will always hold a special place in her heart for her father, also he has many long time friends and colleagues that could be part of a Frisco story line. Since he is now head of the WSB, there is potential there as well with the involvement in the entire Fluke, Jerry Jacks, Helena Cassadine saga, since Victor Cassadine and Anna Devane have been linked to the WSB for many years.

Many times, name dropping like this is a way for the writers to hint that a certain character may be on their way back to Port Charles… but not always. Jack Wagner (Frisco Jones) was most recently part of General Hospital during the 2013 Nurses Ball. When the character was written off, fans had expressed opinions that implied their favorite character had been written out of character this go around. Jack Wagner himself had trouble with the direction the writers had taken Frisco and it was no secret that Wagner left the show on rocky terms with the executives. That being said, are the General Hospital rumors about Frisco returning true, or is it pretty unlikely to see Wagner back in the role of Frisco Jones? Perhaps fences have been mended between the actor and TPTB over at General Hospital. General Hospital Blog will keep fans updated with any information confirming or denying this GH rumor.

What do you think? Would you like to see Frisco return to Port Charles to possibly redeem his character from his most recent visit? Comment below!