GH spoilers teased that Michael Corinthos was never thrilled about letting Nina Reeves visit with Wiley – Michael prefers to pretend that Wiley sprung from his head, ala Zeus, rather than remember that his son has a biological mother, and that her biological mother is Nina.
GH Spoilers Speculation: The Punishment Must Fit The Crime
Now, Michael (Chad Duell) finally has a great reason for keeping Nina (Cynthia Watros) from her grandson – Nina kept quiet about Sonny Corinthos (Maurice Benard) still being alive, so she must be punished. Here’s what over 2,000 viewers predict will happen next:
Exactly half of you, 50%, speculate that Michael will eventually break and let Nina see Wiley again, but that he’ll torture her for a bit. Once Nina is forced to keep her distance from Wiley, she’ll understand how the Corinthos family suffered being without Sonny for some nine months. So much more than Nina suffered without her daughter for, you know, a quarter of a century. Nobody feels things as deeply as the Corinthos clan.
GH Spoilers: Think of the Children
A more rational 25% of the audience doesn’t see why Wiley has to suffer for something Nina did. He has a relationship with his grandmother and he’ll be confused to suddenly see it come to an end. Michael should be the bigger man and put Wiley first.
Since when has any Corinthos been reasonable, an equal 25% speculate? Michael will want to get his revenge. And if he doesn’t, then Carly Corinthos (Laura Wright) will tell him he has to. The point is, somebody will insist on making Nina suffer, and the best way to do that – short of keeping her from Sonny, which is a fate worse than death for any woman in Port Charles and the greater New York state area – is to not let Nina see the little boy who is her only connection to the daughter she never got to know.
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