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General Hospital spoilers: Nelle acts scary crazy, Nina is on a mission, Lulu cracks under pressure?

Nelle played by Chloe Ranier on General Hospital
What’s going on with Nelle on General Hospital?

General Hospital spoilers for next week’s episodes and beyond of ABC’s sudser reveal that while at least one familiar face leaves Port Chuck, another welcome visage returns.

Who saw Dante’s (Dominic Zamprogna) dramatic exit coming? This week he broke the news to Lulu (Emme Rylan) that he loves the idea of finding someone who threatened her years ago more than he loves her. I’m paraphrasing, ok, I’m putting words in his mouth, but still!

Who does this?! Fans could depend on Lante being true blue and solid gold in the relationship department. Now this craziness. Oh well, it sets the stage for a suddenly unfettered Lulu to get her spark back?

In the meantime, loyal fans will be happy to know they can look forward to “Magic” Milo Giambetti’s (Drew Cheetwood) return. Does his reappearance have anything to do with Carly’s (Laura Wright) Excellent Ferncliff Adventure?

Sonny (Maurice Benard) needs to seriously up his game and get his girl outta tha’ institution. Maybe Milo provides the muscle? Speaking of big guns, where is Brick (Stephen A. Smith)? We’ve been waiting patiently for his promised summer appearance …

Elsewhere, Nelle (Chloe Lanier) becomes increasingly erratic, Nina (Michelle Stafford) must stop Valentine (James Patrick Stuart) and Stella (Vernee Watson) reaches out to Mike (Max Gail).

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General Hospital airs weekdays during the day on ABC.

Tanya is a freelance writer, therapist and educator. The L.A. native was born at General Hospital, foreshadowing her obsession with writing about soaps, something that makes her... read more


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