Is Willow’s masked nurse a set up? …If you found yourself feeling a bit awkward as you watched yesterday’s General Hospital, then you are not alone. There’s no doubt that scenes between Willow Tait Corinthos (Katelyn MacMullen) and her masked mystery nurse were a bit curious.
Understandably, Nina Reeves (Cynthia Watros) wants to get close to the daughter she has longed to meet. Never in a million years did Nina imagine that Willow would turn out to be her OTHER daughter. Shockingly enough, General Hospital recaps recall that the late Nelle Benson (Chloe Lanier) is Nina’s long lost daughter. And by some random twist of fate, it was discovered that Nina had another child out there. It just so happens that her daughter was living right under her nose in Port Charles. But close proximity doesn’t guarantee closeness of the heart.
General Hospital spoilers reveal there is something quite curious about Willow’s masked nurse. The thing sshe was saying seemed forced and completely inappropriate. As we know, television dialogue is typically a bit over zealous, especially in serious scenes. So, it’s not uncommon to hear some majorly dramatic dialogue between characters. However, the nurse’s bluntness may have been a guilt trip tactic from none other than Nina herself.
According to recent GH spoilers and rumors, Nina set up Willow to receive an earful from her caring nurse. But was it really Nina who set this conversation in motion? Or did Willow receive a guiding light?
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