Talk about getting hit below the belt, Drew Cain (Cameron Mathison) knows all too well what that is like. Today, Drew was attacked in Pentonville, and something tells us that the incident has a specific purpose.
Drew Cain was tossed in jail after Nina Reeves (Cynthia Watros) tipped off the SEC. Apparently, revenge on Carly Spencer/Corinthos (Laura Wright) kept Nina laser focused on what’s most important- to HERSELF! Nina set off a domino effect of events that have lead many people to the dangerous position they find themselves in today. Because of her impulsive behavior, Nina is the reason why so many people’s lives are turned upside down. And the reason why her fiancé life is at risk!
According to the latest GH spoilers, first, Cyrus preys not on Sonny’s weaknesses, but on his biggest strength. Then, once Sonny’s strongest attribute is broken down; that’s when Cyrus makes his move. So, what exactly is Sonny’s strength? It’s Carly. No, not just Carly by herself. But together, Sonny and Carly a force to be reckoned with. That said, Cyrus knows that if he breaks the bond between Carly and Sonny, the PC mobster will be that much weaker without Carly by his side.
Previously, General Hospital Blog shared GH spoilers relating to Drew’s sentence. At this point, Drew’s excessive sentence makes a whole lot of sense now, and it was all part of a grander plan. And now that Carly agreed to help Sonny, Drew pays the price.
How long will Carly stand by her ex-husband at Drew’s expense?
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