General Hospital Spoilers: Eddie Remembers Lois- Eddie Names Lois “The Woman Of His Dreams”

Eddie Maine remembers Lois

Eddie Maine knows what he wants out of life while simultaneously being a lost soul. He’s passionate about his music and his free spirits. So far, thats what Eddie strives for- a successful music career, and to able to be himself.

On some days, the 1990s feel like yesterday- as if I’m wait for next week’s new episode of The Fresh Prince of Bel Air. And sometimes, the golden era (the 1990s) seems like a lifetime ago. Nevertheless, the past is the past, but sometimes the past has a way of creeping in. And that’s exactly what’s happening with Ned and the rest of the Quartermaine family.

General Hospital spoilers and previews indicate that Eddie Maine (Wally Kurth) has a dream. But he doesn’t really address it until the right moment happens to arise. According to GH previews, Eddie encounters a face that he recognizes. Since he doesn’t recall a thing about his life as Ned Ashton Quartermaine, his dream becomes a lot more interesting once he sees a certain someone.

GH spoilers reveal that Eddie Maine and Lois Cerullo meet again! See, memories of his time as Eddie are still in tact. It’s Ned he doesn’t recall. However, Lois has connection to both Ned and his alter ego, Eddie. Therefore, Lois bound to spark some time of recollection. In fact, Ned and Eddie’s ex-wife is an evocation of the 1990s and their time together. So, what does that mean for Olivia Falconeri Quartermaine (Lisa LoCicero)?

Micki is an avid fan or music, especially the lyrics, and storytelling. Additionally, she’s a dedicated General Hospital fan. Her passion for writing, intellectually emotional expression, and the compelling nature of the storylines is a perfect equation for writing a blog. Micki has a Bachelor of Science degree from Oakland University and spends her free time writing poetry and song lyrics, while inspired by her passions and interests. Thank you all for taking the time to read and support General Hospital Blog. It truly means more than you know.

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