Phyllis Caulfield (Joyce Guy) is most likely regretting ever letting Nina Reeves (Cynthia Watros) into her life, welcoming her with open arms. She and her husband were more than kind and generous to her old friend, giving Nina a home and a chance to start a new life. Little did Phyllis and her husband Lenny (Rif Hutton) know, Nina’s fresh start wasn’t so new after all.
Not until Peter August (Wes Ramsey) exposed Nina’s lies about already knowing Sonny Corinthos (Maurice Benard) did Phyllis have any clue that her dear friend had been lying to her and Lenny this entire time. And now, because of Nina’s lies, Phyllis’s life, along with the place Lenny built with his own hands is about to come to a tragic end.
General Hospital spoilers reveal Peter has already done the unthinkable, leaving Nina and Phyllis to be burned alive as The Tan-O goes up in flames.
Recent General Hospital previews indicate “Mike,” aka Sonny, catches wind of the fire and sprints into action to save Nina and Phyllis as they are trapped inside.
General Hospital rumors claim Sonny will be suffer w possible head injury as a result of braving through the fire. GH rumors claim as a result of Sonny’s head injury, his amnesia will be jarred and he will regain the memories of his past life.
As Jax (Ingo Rademacher) mentioned, none of this would be happening if Nina hadn’t been so selfish and just had told Carly Corinthos (Laura Wright) that her husband was alive. Now she has set tragedy in motion as everything spirals out of control.
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