Nina grovels at Carly’s feet! …Nina Reeves (Cynthia Watros) played with fire over and over. At this point, she hasn’t learned her lesson because she’s never really been burned. She lied and kept a man from his entire family in the name of revenge. Then, she got to keep the man! On top of that, she stepped into Carly Corinthos’s (Laura Wright) role as co-owner of the Metro Court Hotel. True, her actions pushed Willow Tait (Katelyn MacMullen) and Michael Corinthos (Chad Duell) further away. However, there’s always hope that things could change… until now.
General Hospital spoilers reveal that Nina Reeves has nowhere else to turn. After all that she’s done to Carly, Nina turns to her enemy for help. After speaking with Sam McCall (Kelly Monaco), perhaps Nina’s been humbled by their conversation. Sam advised her to stop and think, and even be sorry. But is Nina truly sorry? If so, she wouldn’t continue to hold onto this explosive secret.
According to General Hospital spoilers and previews, a desperate Nina grovels at Carly’s feet. With nowhere else to turn, Nina begs none other than Carly for help. Ironically, Nina asks the same woman she’s trying to bury for help. GH previews suggest that Nina knows the only way to get closer to Willow is to beg Carly to help smooth things over… all while still holding onto her dirty secret. Will Carly tell her to get lost?! Or will she see the desperation in a mother’s eyes and help her enemy?
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