How could she?! That’s the big question as of late. Gladys Corbin (Bonnie Burroughs) has more b@lls than the Kerry Hotel ball pit in Pudong Shanghai, which is the largest in the world. In fact, the Kerry Hotel holds the title in the Guinness Book Of World Records. Now that’s big!
Disturbed is an understatement for the effect Sasha Gilmore’s (Sofia Mattsson) storyline had on GH fans. According to GH news, fans have reportedly expressed that this storyline is too much and that they do not watch the scenes. Additionally, some threaten to step watching General Hosptial altogether if the torture doesn’t end ASAP for Sasha.
Personally, I find Sasha’s struggle with Gladys Corbin (Bonnie Burroughs) and Dr. Montague (Darin Toonder) riveting. While undoubtedly disturbing, Sofia is able to showcase her true acting talents as she depicts Sasha’s agony. General Hospital spoilers and rumors tease that the audience finally reaps the reward of sticking it out as the writers inflict more and more pain onto one young woman.
Brando Haunts Gladys
Gladys is about to get what’s coming to her, and Sonny Corinthos is the one to deliver! She’s so afraid of cousin Sonny that Gladys threw Sasha under the bus again to save herself from her cousin the mobster. Although it’s hard to imagine, but GH rumors tease that Sonny isn’t all she has to endure. What on Earth (or not) could possibly be worse than Sonny’s wrath? How about being haunted by your dead son. Ya know, the one who’s widow Gladys betrayed.
Micki is an avid fan or music, especially the lyrics, and storytelling. Additionally, she’s a dedicated General Hospital fan. Her passion for writing, intellectually emotional expression, and the compelling nature of the storylines is a perfect equation for writing a blog. Micki has a Bachelor of Science degree from Oakland University and spends her free time writing poetry and song lyrics, while inspired by her passions and interests. Thank you all for taking the time to read and support General Hospital Blog. It truly means more than you know.
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