Nina, Willow, and Michael don’t see eye to eye. The disgruntled grandmother won’t leave well enough alone. Now, Nina Reeves (Cynthia Watros) is about to make a dying, pregnant woman’s life go up in flames.
Nina, Willow, and Michael have been at odds over her relationship with Sonny. Michael and Willow disapprove of what she’s done to the Corinthos family and don’t want her anywhere near Wiley. Nina continues to butt into their lives and this time could really do them all in.
Nina is still hung up on her accusations involving Willow and TJ. GH fans are already at their wits end with the level of cringe Nina Reeves (Cynthia Watros) spews. We thought her love sick giddiness with Sonny Corinthos (Maurice Benard) was all the torture we could handle. Then, Nina tests us with more second-hand embarrassment. The word embarrassment is an understatement. Second-hand mortification, humiliation, etc., (you get the picture), are all acceptable abstract nouns used to describe this intangible feeling we get when Nina is well, Nina.
General Hospital spoilers reveal Nina takes her actions to an all new level when she approaches Sonny with her wild accusations. General Hospital previews indicate Nina tells Sonny something is going on between Willow Tait (Katelyn MacMullen) and Dr. TJ Ashford (Tajh Bellow). She suggests Michael Corinthos (Chad Duell) should be warned while Sonny thinks Nina should drop the subject.
Is it too late? Has Nina’s damage been set in motion?
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