Two Port Charles couples have just met the end of their road. Coincidentally, Carly broke up with Drew at the exact same time that Sonny officially ended things with Nina. But how coincidental was it, if at all?
Surely it was no coincidence that Sonny and Carly became free from their own, separate romantic entanglements practically simultaneously. Alternatively, the two breakups scream symbolism. General Hospital recaps highlight Sonny’s tragic fall of the bridge. That’s when everything changed. After 3 years of loss, grief, and even compromise, Sonny and Carly are free to love each other again.
According to the latest General Hospital recaps, Carly and Drew’s breakup came at the same time as Nina’s relationship with Sonny ended. Carly seems to light the path for Nina when it comes to which man she sets her sights on. After all, Nina went right for Sonny when Carly believed he was gone. So what’s to stop her from grabbing Carly’s sloppy seconds again? Well, the simple fact that Drew Cain (Cameron Mathison) absolutely despises Nina Reeves (soon to be ex-Corinthos).
GH rumors hint that Nina finds another way to stick it to Carly. Carly and Drew’s breakup sparks an idea for Nina, and she does 180° when it comes to Drew. Furthermore, wild GH rumors suggest that Drew 2.0 is vulnerable, making him easily manipulated. He might seem like a tougher version of himself, but the trauma from Pentonville clouds his character. Maybe he joins forces with Nina, instead of being her enemy.
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