Can Nina and Scotty find Liesl!??Dr. Liesl Obrecht (Kathleen Gati) was a good sport for the Nurses Ball. She agreed to partake in a magic trick with Maxie’s (Kirsten Storms) kids, Georgie and James. Unbeknownst to Liesl, the disappearing act was more than a magic trick.
It’s just hours before the bone marrow transplant between Liesl and Willow Tait (Katelyn MacMullen). Willow sat home with Michael Corinthos (Chad Duell) as she relaxed and watched the Nurses Ball. She enjoyed watching all the classic acts from talented friends and loved ones. It was the perfect way to rest in comfort before her big day at the hospital. Although Willow and Nina’s recent revelation threw them for a loop, finding out Nina is her mother could be the miracle that saves her life. Because of her relation to Nina, Liesl got tested for a potential bone marrow match for her new great niece. Thankfully, Liesl was a match.
Recent General Hospital recaps recall a setback in Willow’s road to recovery. Shockingly, Liesl actually vanished from the vanishing cabinet used for a Nurses Ball performance. Liesl’s disappearance has Willow’s loved ones frantically searching for Dr. Obrecht. As her bone marrow donor, Liesl is essential to her survival. Sadly, every moment Liesl is missing is another minute closer to a tragic to Willow’s life.
Will Nina and Scotty go rogue? According to recent General Hospital previews and spoilers, Nina recruits Scotty Baldwin (Kin Shriner) to look for his ex-girlfriend. She asks him that they’re going to have to find Aunt Liesl on their own. So, can Nina and Scotty find Liesl? Or will they end up one of Victor Cassadine’s (Charles Shaughnessy) along with the others?
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