General Hospital’s Ava Jerome spent months confused and terrified, wondering who her mystery stalker was. Finding out that it was stepson Spencer Cassadine did not put her in the peppiest of moods.
The Right General Hospital Move
Ava gave it some thought. And then she called the cops on the spoiled brat. Did she make the right move, under the circumstances? Here’s what over 2,000 voters said:
It’s about time, 54% of you exclaim. You know, if Spencer (Nicholas Alexander Chavez) had been forced to face the consequences of his actions earlier, like when he fixed an election for Grandma Laura Collins (Genie Francis), or when he was a complete little snot long past the period when it could be considered precocious or cute, we might have been able to avoid this whole thing. We realize he’s a Cassadine, but learning that the world doesn’t revolve around him and he can’t always mold it to his wishes is just the lesson he needs to learn – better late than never.
A General Hospital Cry For Help
Ava (Maura West) can both teach Spencer a lesson and reach out to help him, a more magnanimous 34% of the audience suggests. Yeah, Nikolas Cassadine (Marcus Coloma) did a crappy job as a father. Pretending to be dead for multiple years definitely didn’t help. So this isn’t all Spencer’s fault. Ava can try and straighten the kid out. God knows, Laura failed. Ava is tougher.
Nice going, Ava, 12% sigh, Spencer will never accept you as his stepmother now. The kid already dislikes you. Did you really think that siccing the cops on him was the way to ensure a happy family life? Spencer will be mad, Nikolas will be mad, and you might well find yourself out on your ear. Especially when Uncle Sonny Corinthos (Maurice Benard) finds out.
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