The Japanese Tantō resurfaces! The bond between Dr. Liesl Obrecht (Kathleen Gati) and Nina Reeves (Cynthia Watros) was formed over their love for Nathan West (Ryan Paevey). Since his passing the ladies have gotten closer. So close they even exchange gifts.
General Hospital recaps recall Liesl Obrecht gifting Nina a knife, specifically a Japanese Tantō. Why would Liesl decide to give Nina a knife as a gift? We have asked the question over and over and can’t really come up with a logical explanation. However, we can think of a few theories as to why the Japanese Tantō may soon resurface.
General Hospital spoilers and rumors indicate the storyline surrounding Nina’s knife picks back up -along with the knife itself! There is no way this knife was brought about with zero intention of developing a storyline around it. GH rumors hint the knife could come in handy for Nina if she ever gets attacked by the hook killer. But something tells us the purpose of the Japanese Tantō is much more significant than that. Perhaps the weapon falls into the wrong hands, or, maybe Nina’s hands are the wrong hands.
General Hospital previews tease drama is about to intensify in Port Charles. The writers are trying very hard to make it look as if Esme Prince (Avery Kristen Pohl) is the hook killer. We still think that’s too easy. With the rising threat, it’s possible Nina’s knife could be used in self defense. On the contrary, it may also be used in cold blood.
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