Michael’s in the hot seat as Carly questions him about Sonny
Exactly where did Michael’s vendetta against Sonny get him?! I’ll tell you where… Michael’s in the hot seat! Truthfully, I haven’t really given much thought to how this entire mob war fiasco was conceived. Then I recalled Sonny’s precious son and namesake, Michael Corinthos (Chad Duell). That’s when I realize that if there is anyone to blame for all of this, we can all point the finger at “The Good Son,” Michael.
As GH recaps recall, Michael’s vendetta against his own father came to be after Sonny returned from Nixon Falls. Unexpectedly, a joyous and miraculous reunion turned into something else. The vibe went from feeling like everything was right in the world again, to another living nightmare.
Michael’s vendetta against his father begins here!
Shortly after the Corinthos family reunion, Sonny struggled with conflicted feelings. When Nina found Sonny, she kept him from his entire family and ultimately from the truth. Her’s and “Mike’s” situation-ship was built on lies. At that point it was all over and between Sonny and Carly. Sadly, Nina Reeves (Cynthia Watros) has gotten her hooks into Carly Corinthos’s husband. Then, they never saw it coming, but she took him faster than you can say sabotage.
It’s safe to say the the end of his parent’s marriage triggered Michael’s vendetta against Sonny. However, Michael and Carly have an understanding when it comes to Sonny. Although Michael’s in the hot seat when Carly questions him about Sonny.
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