But that doesn’t mean Michael should look for new love!
when it comes to general Hospital, I learned what I should never say. Like, “Oh, they’ll never kill Brando and Sasha’s baby.” Or, “Oh, they killed Sasha’s baby… I bet they wouldn’t kill Sasha’s her husband either!”
Sometimes that’s the way this show works.
So even as Michael and Joss were waving at his new daughter, we shouldn’t have been surprised when Willow started mumbling incoherently and then flattened out! You won’t kill Willow!” We said… Harmony, dressed in black, emerged from a bright, dare-heavenly light, outstretched arms, and told the patient, “You are not alone.”
Cue the waterworks!
But refrain from calling a florist to arrange a funeral wreath.because meanwhile general Hospitalhas proven unafraid to turn characters off in shocking ways. Willow is convinced to turn away from the light and return to the land of the living after her chat with Harmony. , the country of the living dead, given that she will be the latest in a long line of people.
why? Simple: From a dramatic standpoint, Willow is ‘worth’ better alive than dead. The teacher has many issues to resolve with her now (very happily) estranged biological mother, Nina.
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The only way Willow’s death could make for big, explosive drama is if Nina turns out to be a bone marrow match…but the discovery came too late. All those who did may reconsider their stance. But as a result of your silence, Willow died before he could receive the donation to save his life!”
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However, leaving Willow alive creates far more drama as Nina turns out to be no match. Standing up and convincing Carly to make her pay for everything she did to her family.
Whether this is the final chapter of Michael and Willow’s love story or just a new beginning, check out the gallery below to relive all the romantic steps in their relationship!