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ABC ‘General Hospital’ Spoilers: Why the ELQ vote went the right way

ABC spoilers for “General Hospital” (GH) reveal that the ELQ reunion didn’t go quite as Michael Corinthos (Chad Duell) and Drew Cain (Cameron Mathison) had hoped. Actually, it was exactly the opposite. Why was it the right way and where could it lead for those involved? Here’s what we see.

ABC ‘General Hospital’ spoilers: The correct result

First, General Hospital spoilers reveal that Valentin Cassadine (James Patrick Stuart) has retained his position as CEO. Thanks, of course, to Lucy Coe’s (Lynn Herring) groundbreaking voice. But it was also because Ned Quartermaine (Wally Kurth) sided with Valentin. We’re not sure what exact agreement these two came to, but we can’t really blame Ned. Why?

Well, because Michael and Drew honestly gave him little reason to be loyal to him. Even on the day of the meeting, they were still talking about ELQ without Ned being there. No matter how many times he complained about being disfellowshipped, no one got the message.

And we think it’s beyond unfair to treat Ned like that. Especially since Ned offered a more than fair compromise that Valentin could have grabbed without Lucy even having to vote. Pride often comes before a fall, and these two were full of it. We wonder if this will be a lesson to Michael in particular. On second thought? That’s probably a no.

ABC ‘General Hospital’ Spoilers: Villain

Now that the deed has been done and the merger crushed, we’re pretty sure Ned will be public enemy #1 in this family for a while. Michael was so determined to do it his (and Drew’s) way, and he’s already plotting Sonny Corinthos (Maurice Benard) again for what he saw as a betrayal. So we can bet Ned will be added to this list.

We’re also pretty sure Olivia Falconeri (Lisa LoCicero) will be furious too. With this merger a no-go, Carly Corinthos (Laura Wright) is likely to lose hugely in the stock market. And that probably won’t put her in a position to get back her half of Metro Court, which she sold to get the money.

Because of this, Olivia will now be stuck with a new partner who may or may not come in and order many changes. And Carly’s misfortune will obviously give Michael even more reason to hate Ned and maybe want to get even with him.

General Hospital ABC spoilers: Karma

To us, it feels like Karma is paying a visit. General Hospital spoilers once again reveal that Michael and Drew treated Ned pretty badly as a result. They just took control and didn’t bother pushing the former CEO aside. And let’s not forget that Valentin was really only after the company because he wanted revenge on Michael.

Carly also gets her comeuppance here. After all, Michael had warned her that he didn’t want her to take the risk. And she did it despite these objections. She then sold her part of Metro Court without discussing it with her partner.

It seems like a thoughtless move, especially since she was again warned that getting involved with the new company would be risky. There was no sure guarantee that she would be able to buy back her stake in time, so Olivia stayed with one company as a partner. One that she had nothing to say about and that she found out about at the last second.

This situation should also make Willow Tait (Katelyn MacMullen) to create. She obviously already has a medical problem. This is sure to make things worse, and we’re pretty sure it’s an illness and not pregnancy that’s making her feel bad. Most likely she will need a blood relative to solve it and we all know where that will lead.

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