We are inching closer and closer to that glorious day when the identity of Jake Doe will finally be discovered by the people of Port Charles that matter most. The Jason Morgan reveal is almost here and we are more excited and anxious than ever before.
General Hospital rumors have been swirling around social media groups with the notion that the big Jason Morgan reveal has an exact date. November 6th will mark one year that Elizabeth asked Jake to move into her home, after caring for him in the hospital. Discussions of their wedding plans point to the anniversary of that day.
Things are starting to unravel for Liz as Jason’s best friend Sonny feels a bond to Jake like a magnetic force. Maxie, Sam, Patrick, and Ric all mentioned the similarities between Jake and Jason the night Sonny got shot. It’s only a matter of time before Elizabeth will be exposed for harboring a man who belongs to another woman.
If the history and predictability of General Hospital weddings repeats itself, it will be no huge surprise that Liz and Jake will encounter disaster at their wedding. It has been rumored that Jake will be revealed as Jason Morgan on November 6th, just as Elizabeth and Jake are about to get married.
What do you think of this scenario? Too predictable, been there done that? Or do you think it’s the perfect time for Jake to find out his bride to be has been lying to him for many months, and keeping him away from his real wife, Sam Morgan, and his other son, Danny.
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