General Hospital Spoilers: Are Michael And Willow Out Of Time?

Are Michael and Willow out of time

Are Michael and Willow out of time? Michael Corinthos (Chad Duell) turned against his own father. All his life, Michael grew up with a loving and protective father who he looked up to. He knows that his father would do anything to keep him and his family safe as a child. Now, adulthood has proven to be the same. Still, the Port Charles mob boss protects his own no matter what. Somewhere down the line Michael forgot the countless times his father protected him from the dangers of organized crime.

General Hospital recaps recall, Michael uses Sonny’s business against him as his reason to cut ties. It’s no secret that Sonny Corinthos’s way of life puts those closest to him at risk. So obviously, Michael claims Sonny hurts everything he touches, therefore he and Willow must keep their distance.

Furthermore, there’s Nina Reeves (Cynthia Watros). Even before her involvement with Sonny, Nina made Willow Tait’s (Katelyn MacMullen) life miserable. She treated Charlotte’s young teacher like a pebble in her shoe. Ironically, she became the last woman in the world she’d ever want as a mother. And then, Willow found out that Nina was actually her mother! Oh the irony!

According to General Hospital spoilers, Willow needs a miracle. As it turns out, Michael’s vengeance for Sonny has a what could do her in. Are Michael and Wow out of time?

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