General Hospital Spoilers: Sam and Maxie Take On Gladys!

Sam and Maxie take on Gladys

Sam and Maxie take on Gladys! …When it comes to Gladys, it doesn’t really take a Private Investigator to put the pieces together. However, it doesn’t hurt to actually have one on hand. Sam McCall (Kelly Monaco) is perfect for the job.

Over in Port Charles, Sam concerns herself work Cody, Dante’s (Dominic Zamprogna) childhood friend. Although she’s close to the subjects involved, she’s not too emotionally invested to appropriately proceed with the investigation. Obviously, Sam knows Gladys (Bonnie Burroughs) can’t be trusted, but she can’t quite put her finger on what she’s done.

Meanwhile, Maxie Jones (Kirsten Storms) is no P.I., but she knows her friend Sasha. She’s already said her piece to Gladys with no avail. In fact, she pressured Gladys to be placed on the visitation list and was shut down. But, Maxie isn’t one to back down.

GH spoilers tease that Sam and Maxie take on Gladys. Neither are going to let Sasha suffer, let alone let Gladys get away with it. She really made a major misstep when messing with her daughter-in-law. Thankfully, Sasha has many people who look out for her, and Maxie and Sam aren’t the only two.

Additionally, Cody Bell (Josh Kelly) is another friend who won’t sit back and watch this happen to Sasha. Not to mention, Sonny Corinthos (Maurice Benard) would never want Sasha to go through what she’s being put through. Needless to say, Sasha has people in her corner, and Gladys is going down!

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