Cody confesses to Dante! Cody Bell (Josh Kelly) showed up in Port Charles with a hidden agenda. His lies started small but eventually snowballed. In the process, he hurts those with whom he has connected.
General Hospital recaps remind fans of Cody’s connection to Port Charles. It just so happens that Cody grew up with Dante Falconeri (Dominic Zamprogna) back in the old neighborhood. Cody’s life is lead by lies and coverup stories, and not all are his own. GH rumors suggest Dante isn’t quite Mr. Innocent, and together, their pasts are full of teenage mischief.
General Hospital spoilers reveal that Cody gets comfy in Port Charles. Owning up to deceiving Britt Westbourne (Kelly Thiebaud) makes him a more conscientious person. But will the guilt and remorse of hurting Britt be enough to come clean to Mac Scorpio (John J. York). Just as greed drove him to lie and cheat the late Dr. Westbourne, Cody’s life altering secret is founded on greed as well.
According to recent General Hospital rumors and spoilers, Cody confesses to Dante. Is it time Cody reveals his true paternity? As Cody and Mac grow closer, it’s likely that Cody’s conscience takes over. Meanwhile, Mac remains in the dark as his son continues to conceal the truth.
Previously, actor Josh Kelly highlights details surrounding Cody’s future in Port Charles. According to General Hospital comings and goings, news reports confirm Josh Kelly spilled the tea about Cody’s future. It looks like he’s sticking around for some father/son bonding time. Can all he forgiven?
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