Cody and Dante clash! …Dante Falconeri (Dominic Zamprogna) and his childhood friend Cody Bell seem to have picked up where they left off all those years ago. Despite the fact that they’ve both grown and changed, the core of their friendship remains the same.
Today, Dante is a respectable Law Officer while Cody here is a known scammer. But that doesn’t mean it’s always been this way. According to GH recaps, Dante’s past was a little shady as well. As years went by and they moved apart, Dante found his father, Sonny Corinthos (Maurice Benard) in Port Charles.
Fast forward to last Spring, and Cody followed in Dante’s footsteps. He landed in Port Charles with a story about how he too has a father from Port Charles. However, the story he tells is much different from. The truth. And now that Dante knows Cody’s secret, he isn’t happy with his friend’s choices. According to recent GH spoilers, childhood besties are at odds. Cody and Dante clash over Cody’s over Cody’s adult choices. He knows that Leopold Taub (Chip Lucia) isn’t Cody’s father, and that Mac Scorpio (John J. York) holds that title. As Scotty Baldwin (Kin Shriner) pressures Cody to sign on the dotted line, Dante pressures him to make the right choice.
As Cody and Mac grow closer, maybe Dante’s words will resonate with the former grifter. Can you make an honest man out of himself by righting his wrongs from his past.
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Corinthians 13:13 “So now faith, hope, and love abide, these three; but the greatest of these is love.”