General Hospital Spoilers: GH Co-Head Writer Explains Alexis’s Friendship With Harmony And The Aftermath Of Her Spilled Secrets

Many have question why Alexis Davis (Nancy Lee Grahn) would befriend a woman who groomed her daughters into a a cult. Less by Shiloh Archer, Dawn of Day was nothing that it promised to young women.

General Hospital news and spoilers touch on Alexis Davis’s friendship with Harmony Miller (Inga Cadranel) during a dark and challenging time in Alexis’s life. Sam McCall (Kelly Monaco) wasn’t the only one who disapproved of her mother’s new friend. Diane Miller (Carolyn Hennesy) among others tried to warn Alexis.

General Hospital news reports reveal GH Co-Head Writer spoke with Soap Opera Digest on Alexis and Harmony’s current storyline. Dan O’Connor shed some light on what Alexis was dealing with and how Harmony’s friendship served as a coping mechanism. O’Connor explains,  “Alexis is realizing that perhaps the friendship with Harmony was a coping device that has now outlived its usefulness, and this friendship is more toxic than she realized. Alexis has been willing to believe that Harmony has redeemed herself from her past horrific actions, but she may be in for a surprise when she realizes Harmony’s character has not changed all that much over the last few years.”

General Hospital spoilers reveal O’Connor confirms Harmony’s secrets are about to be exposed, explaining there will be fireworks GH fans can’t miss

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