General Hospital Spoilers: The Love Triangle We All Saw Coming; Curtis Makes A Big Mistake

Curtis, Portia, and Jordan Curtis makes a big mistake

Curtis makes a big mistake! Curtis, Portia, and Jordan make up the love triangle we all saw coming. And now that it’s here we can’t look away. Obviously, Commissioner Jordan and Curtis Ashford (Donnell Turner) never saw relief from the tension between them.

As General Hospital recaps recall, Jordan Ashford’s (Tanisha Harper) bitterness remained throughout Curtis and Portia Robinson’s (Brook Kerr) courtship. Jordan’s own experience with Curtis left her sensitive to the situation. She knew Portia was lying to him and Jordan knows first hand how Curtis feels about all that.

According to General Hospital spoilers, Curtis, Portia, and Jordan become more entangled than ever before. Having been married to Jordan first, Curtis lived through lies within his marriage. However, her lies were work-related. For the most part, Jordan had to keep things confidential. Curtis couldn’t see things her way which ultimately ended their relationship.

General Hospital previews and spoilers tease that Curtis has second thoughts about ending his marriage to Jordan. Curtis makes a big mistake when he gets closer to his ex-wife. The love triangle we all saw coming is here. As he drowns his sorrows in booze, Curtis becomes vulnerable with Jordan. Meanwhile, she admits she’s not over him.

Now that Portia broke his trust deeper than Jordan ever did, will he apologize to Jordan?

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