General Hospital Spoilers: Sasha and Sam Ask Questions, Will Someone Fill In The Blanks?

Sam and Sasha ask questions

Sasha and Sam ask questions.

…There is no doubt that Sasha is of sound mind. Obviously, Gladys wants everyone to fall for the whole, “Sasha’s insane bit,” even at the cost of her daughter-in-law’s life. The thing is, Gladys and Dr. Montague may believe that they are getting away with this, but more are onto them than they think.

General Hospital spoilers and previews indicate that the lights begins to shine even brighter through the many holes in Gladys’s plan. Essentially, Sasha’s mother-in-law didn’t think things all the way through when she conspired to deceive Sasha. Gladys didn’t consider that Sasha wasn’t the only one she had to convince. Instead, she let her ego think no one will be the wiser.

Over the years, Sasha has formed lasting friendships with women who truly care for her well-being. Thankfully, their sincerity shines through when they feel something isn’t right. Maxie (Kirsten Storms) already said what’s on her mind, but it looks like it’ll take more than one voice. According to GH spoilers, Maxie isn’t the only one to come forward and confront Greedy Gladys. In fact, Sam and even Sasha herself know that something’s missing. Sasha and Sam ask questions about how such a drastic misstep could come out of nowhere. They’re into Gladys, and it’s only a matter of time before Sonny Corinthos (Maurice Benard) is onto her too.

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