Nikolas Cassadine (Marcus Coloma) made the tough decision to go against what his mother, Laura Spencer Collins (Genie Francis) advised, and went ahead and made a deal with his good ole Uncle Cyrus Renault (Jeff Kober). Even his wife, Ava Jerome (Maura West) begged him not to return Florence Gray to Cyrus in exchange for Alexis Davis’ (Nancy Lee Grahn) protection.
Nikolas realizes he should have done things differently when dealing with Cyrus. But it’s too late to go back and change things.
General Hospital spoilers reveal Nikolas is ready to face his uncle with an approach that is an equal, and possibly even greater force. Nikolas isn’t messing around now that he sees how dangerous Renault can be after threatening Ava and Sonny’s (Maurice Benard) daughter, Avery. Cyrus even tried to intimidate Nikolas by name dropping his son, Spencer Cassadine (Nicolas Bechtel).
General Hospital previews show Nikolas telling Ava that Cyrus is about to meet his father’s side of the family. Renault thinks his tougher and more ruthless than a Spencer, but wait until he feels the wrath of the Cassadine side of the family.
General Hospital rumors suggest that Nikolas is ready to unleash talked Cassadine savagery. Nikolas Cassadine has always prided himself on how different he is from his father, Stavros, leaving evil in the past with Helena and the rest. But Nikolas has always had it in him to do what it takes as a Cassadine.
Nikolas is about to show Cyrus the true meaning of why he’s referred to as, The Dark Prince.
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