General Hospital Spoilers: Sonny’s Shooting; The Aftermath

SonnycrashAt this point the Corinthos clan wait, hope, and pray, as the head of their family (pun intended) fights for his life. Sonny was shot on the day he was supposed to marry his love, Carly, for the 5th time. Sonny being the loyal man that he is, risked his life to save TJ Ashford, the young boy he took in and promised his friend and enforcer, Shawn, he would protect.

General Hospital spoilers reveal that the aftermath of Sonny’s shooting will make a huge impact on the lives of the people in Port Charles. Starting with Morgan, Sonny’s youngest son. Currently he is facing whether or not he will be diagnosed with bipolar disorder, just like his dad. So far, signs are pointing to yes. Morgan is displaying some of the same characteristics that would lead to a bipolar diagnosis. After Sonny was shot, Morgan was beside himself with grief and anger. The thought of losing his dad has his mind spinning out of control… so much that he will go to extreme measures to get justice. GH spoilers sneak peak show Morgan ready to end Julian’s life and he won’t let anyone deter him from getting justice for Sonny.

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General Hospital spoilers indicate that Sonny’s incident will ultimate effect many lives in Port Charles, and GH rumors suggest that as a result, the Jason Morgan reveal will begin to unravel. Sam, Maxie, and Ric, have already started to notice the similarities in behavioral characteristics between Jake Doe and Jason Morgan right after the shooting on the pier. Some claim that Sonny’s story line has set the stage to prep the Port Charles residents, and GH fans, for November Sweeps. In previous reports, GH Blog has noted that spoilers indicate the Jason Morgan reveal will take place during that time.

To find out more about how and when Jason will be revealed, keep watching General Hospital every day for the exciting outcome!

 






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