General Hospital Spoilers: Mac Wants Answers Diane Can’t Provide- Can Diane Hang With Robert’s Brother And Their Group Of Friends?

Mac asks Diane about Robert

…Over the years, Mac Scorpio (John J. York) and his brother Robert Scorpio (Tristan Rogers) have had each other’s backs. Through every adventure, every romance, every loss and triumph, the Scorpio brothers remain close. One solid way they’ve stayed close all this time is through their mutual friend group. Now that Robert has his sights on a new love interest, will Diane fit in with his bother Mac and their friends?

General Hospital recaps take us back to Diane Miller’s (Carolyn Hennesy) strong stance on dating. She made it abundantly clear that she won’t compete with any woman for a man’s attention; not even Robert’s. That being said, she won’t lower herself to such a competition with anyone, let alone Holly Sutton (Emma Samms).

According to recent General Hospital previews, Robert’s brother wants answers. Coming up on General Hospital, Mac asks Diane about Robert. Right now, Diane hasn’t a clue whether or she and Robert have a fighting chance at romance. As previously noted, Diane is certain that no man is worth getting petty with another woman over his affections. On the other hand, her fierce desire for victory might take over. It’s quite possible that the more Holly’s confidence shines through, the more inclined Diane becomes to win Robert over.

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