The last anyone has heard from Robin Scorpio Drake is when she lead her loved ones to believe she was moving to Paris by her own desire, even though we the audience know that Helena (Constance Towers) is forcing her to stay away from Port Charles. Robin and Patrick have since divorced, and Patrick (Jason Thompson) has moved on with Sam Morgan (Kelly Monaco).
The latest General Hospital rumors indicate that Robin will be headed back to Port Charles just in time for the Annual Nurses Ball event. This year, the Nurses Ball is to honor the memory of Robin’s first true love, Stone Cates (Michael Sutton). Brother to Jagger Cates (Antonio Sabato Jr.), and good friend of Sonny Corinthos (Maurice Benard), Stone meant a lot to the people of Port Charles.
Robin’s in and out has ruffled a few feather’s with fans, the uncertainty of this character’s future is unsettling to some. However, Robin is an iconic character, and the actress who portrays her is well respected by fans and TPTB at GH alike. As long as Kimberly McCullough wants to keep making appearances on General Hospital, it is safe to say that she will always have a home there.
It is uncertain how long Robin’s return will last this time around, perhaps long enough to tie of a few loose ends, or maybe even to create more.
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