General Hospital’s Kimberly McCullough, (Robin Scorpio Drake) has announced she will be exiting the show again after a short time back on the canvas. Robin has been on and off screen for 2 years since her supposed “death by explosion.” This Fall, Robin was found and reunited with her parents and loved ones. She and husband Patrick have reconnected despite his almost marriage to Sabrina. Emma got her Mother back, and soon, Robin will be gone… again.
In an interview, McCullough describes her departure as, “it’s not goodbye, just see you later.” She hopes to always be a part of General Hospital and mentions that it all depends on how much Frank Valentini liked working with her.
Scrubs fans will not be getting the happy ending they were so hoping for. Other than the fact that Jason Thompson (Patrick) is staying put, (THANK GOD), there will not be a happily every after for Dr. Patrick Drake, Dr. Robin Scorpio Drake, and their daughter Emma. When responding to the question of whether or not Scrubs fans will get closure, McCullough states, “I don’t even know if I can comment on that. They’re going to be pissed. Really. They’re going to be pissed. I’m sorry.”
This doesn’t look good for the devote Drake Family fans.
All in all we wish Kimberly McCullough the best of luck in all her endeavors and always want to keep the door open for a Robin Scorpio return.
Photo from Soap Opera Digest
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