Brook Lynn finds Ned missing?! The Quartermaine family is beside themselves with worry about Ned (Wally Kurth). Unexpectedly, the ELQ mogul tripped and took a spill at the Metro Court pool. The incident knocked him unconscious, but his wife, children, and mother are especially struggling with his current condition.
General Hospital Recaps: Ned Ashton’s reputation around the business and social circles reflect on his infamously shameless practices. Over the years, Ned lied, stole, and cheated in the name of ELQ. So, when a situation arises, and Ned is blamed for underhanded actions, people believe it. And that’s exactly what happened when Nina Reeves (Cynthia Watros) tipped off the SEC. She then made sure that Martin Gray (Michael E. Knight) kept her identity confidential. Mistakenly, Nina thought she overweight every angle, leaving no trail back to herself.
According to General Hospital spoilers, Nina has the opportunity to set things straight. Over at the hospital, Brook Lynn finds Ned missing. It seems as though Eddie Maine checked out, though he most likely didn’t sign any discharge papers. Can Dr. Kevin Collins (Jon Lindstrom) she’s some light on the situation?
As if Olivia (Lisa LoCicero), Brook Lynn, and Tracy (Jane Elliot) didn’t have enough to worry about. Now, GH spoilers tease that Eddie wanders the hospital halls and bumps into a familiar face. That’s when Nina comes face to face with Ned/Eddie, aka Nedly. Will Ned recognize Nina?
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