General Hospital Spoilers: Carly Confronts An Ungrateful Ava

Carly confronts ungrateful Ava
Carly confronts ungrateful Ava

Out of all of Sonny’s ex-wives and lovers, I’d have to say that Carly [Corinthos] Spencer (Laura Wright) and Ava Jerome (Maura West) have the most grit. In fact, both women have displayed strong personalities with survival skills that are unmatched by most. Unlike Nina Reeves (Cynthia Watros) and some other, weaker woman who have warmed Sonny’s bed- (or a crypt if you’re Ava), Carly and Ava know what it takes to survive in Sonny’s world. But only Carly has the loyalty.

GH recaps recall a pure Sonny and Carly moment when he asked for his ex-wife’s help. Although more cautious than her old self, Carly still agrees to step up for her ex-husband. Apparently, Ava Jerome (Maura West) forgets the sacrifices that it takes to help protect loved ones.

Carly agrees to help Sonny

That said, GH spoilers tease that Ava overlooks Carly’s sacrifice. Despite the fact that Ava ultimately benefits from Carly’s loyalty to Sonny, she had the nerve to give Carly a hard time. Because by agreeing to help Sonny, Carly helps protect his and Ava’s daughter, Avery. There’s no doubt that Carly wouldn’t do what it takes to protect a child. Even if that means not only helping her ex, but also helping one of his ex-lovers.

Apparently, Carly has to give Ava a little reminder about what’s really going on. Carly confronts ungrateful Ava in the most recent General Hospital previews. Take a look!

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