Samantha Morgan’s (Kelly Monaco) parents have recently rekindled their old one-night-stand flame. Alexis (Nancy Lee Grahn) met Julian (William DeVry) one night when she was a teenager away at boarding school. She and Julian met at a bar and ended up sleeping together. This one night stand resulted in a pregnancy that the Cassadine clan wasn’t too proud of. Alexis was forced to give up her baby, and today we know that baby as the beautiful Samantha Morgan.
Julian Jerome is a mob boss and Alexis is a straight laced, mother of three, (Sam, Kristina, and Molly) and a lawyer. Julian had promised her that he left the business so that they could be together. Although his intentions were true, his boss had other plans for him. Julian was forced back into the business by threats from Fake Luke (Tony Geary). After Alexis realized that Julian is still very much involved with organized crime, she broke it off with him .
General Hospital spoilers reveal that Alexis is trying to forget all about Julian Jerome. General Hospital rumors indicate that Alexis will try to move on with her old pal Ned Ashton (Wally Kurth). However, since Olivia Falconeri (Lisa LoCicero) and Ned have gotten a little closer since she and Sonny called it quits, it’s unlikely that Olivia will just sit back and watch Alexis move in on her new love interest.
Who do you think should become a new couple? Should Alexis be with Ned, or should Olivia and Ned see what develops in their love story?
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