It’s been a long time coming and GH viewers are about as ready as ever for what’s to come. The baby stealing conjured by Nelle Benson (Chloe Lanier) and Brad Cooper (Perry Shen) has been an ongoing story for almost two years. Michael Corinthos (Chad Duell) still thinks he and Nelle lost their baby boy that one fateful night. Michael dodged a bullet when he and Nelle’s relationship went up in flames but what he doesn’t know is just how callous and evil Nelle actually is, even after everything he already knows about her.
This Thanksgiving week, General Hospital spoilers revealed a huge plot involving Lucas Jones (Ryan Carnes) and Brad Cooper. The two will be involved in a car crash that will be so severe, Brad will end up with near fatal injuries, and there is a possibility Lucas is injured as well. Julian Jerome (William DeVry) will finally have a guilty conscience for what has happened.
Lucas and Brad have been having issues for a while, stemming from lack of trust. Lucas knows Brad is hiding something and he knows it’s big. As Lucas demands answers from Brad, the two are arguing and that is how the crash happens. General Hospital Spoilers disclose what happens next. Michael will actually be the one to take I baby Wiley as Brad and Lucas will not be able to care for him after the accident. Little does Michael know, baby Wiley is his biological son, Jonah. Down the road, GH spoilers hint that in mid December, Michael will be in over his head and require some assistance. It’s highly possible that the assistance Michael will need will have to do with full time care for Wiley.
Only time will tell but fans are hoping that Michael will know Wiley is actually his son by Christmas.
Michael and Wiley will be reunited by chance which will get them closer to the truth.
Marie is an avid General Hospital fan. Her passion for writing and the compelling nature of the storylines is a perfect equation for writing a GH blog. Micki has a Bachelor of Science degree from Oakland University and spends time writing poetry and song lyrics.