General Hospital Preview: Sonny Vows to Reunite With Carly — but His Wife Tells Michael Otherwise
Not all love is meant to last.
In the preview for General Hospital for the week of January 31 – February 4, new love is blossoming as old loves may be wilting. Read on for the scoop and watch the teaser video.
Finn tries to get Liz to open up to him about what’s bothering her, saying she can talk to him. However, she responds, “No Finn, I can’t!” After overcoming the return of the not-so-dead Peter they stuffed in a freezer in Helena’s secret lab, will the mystery surrounding who, or what is reminding Liz of Franco come between them?
As the announcer teases, “Whose love will last,” Cam and Joss kiss, as Maxie smiles at a smartly dressed Austin. General Hospital spoilers tell us that Ned and Olivia’s vow renewal is this week, and Ned extended an invitation to Austin. Though he initially declined, it appears Austin has a change of heart and has invited Maxie as his plus one.
At the ceremony, Sonny tells Olivia that he and Carly are going to get together before she knows it. Olivia doesn’t seem so sure, but Sonny tells her that she can bet on it. Sonny is still acting overconfident, which could mean he didn’t leave the hospital with his meds as he was supposed to. And he may have a reason not to be so sure of himself because Carly vents to Michael that what they had between them is still alive and well. She’s obviously talking about Nina and “Mike.”
Let us know in the comments if you think Sonny and Carly will reunite, or if this really could be the end of their love story. Plus, be sure to read our exclusive General Hospital February Sweeps preview. And before you go, take a look at the gallery below of classic soap characters we still miss.
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<p>No character since Susan Lucci’s iconic model-turned-mover and shaker has gone after what she wanted as relentlessly — or as unapologetically — as La Kane.</p>
<p>Copycats have come and gone, but none have matched the fearsome intensity of the late, great Joseph Mascolo’s original supervillain.</p>
<p>Kim Zimmer’s self-proclaimed “slut of Springfield” wore her sins less like a scarlet letter than a badge of honor — and by God, we loved ’er for it!</p>
<p>Rare is the character who, like the late Phil Carey’s Llanview counterpart, was tougher than the leather from which his saddles were made.</p>
<p>Victoria Rowell’s much-missed alter ego could mix it up with Genoa City’s rich and famous — and take off her earrings to throw down at a moment’s notice.</p>
<p>Before <em>General Hospital</em> had Sonny make a viable career option of “mafioso,” the late Roscoe Born actually played the inner conflict that came with a life of crime.</p>
<p>To say that the late, lamented Darlene Conley’s bodacious character was larger than life would be to altogether underestimate the magnitude of her appeal — <em>and</em> her impact.</p>
<p>Stethoscope be damned, Rick Springfield’s smooth operator was more interested in playing doctor than being one.</p>
<p><em>Mean Girls</em> got nothin’ on the deliciously vicious schemer to whom Robin Strasser gave that unforgettable nasty streak.</p>
<p>Streetwise heroes like the one Darnell Williams played are hard to come by — although <em>General Hospital</em>, we have to admit, comes pretty close with the estimable Donnell Turner’s Curtis.</p>
<p>A superstar among soap stars, the late Jeanne Cooper’s blinged-out character sparkled like a diamond — and had just as many facets.</p>
<p>In his breakout daytime role, Roger Howarth (now Austin on <em>General Hospital</em>) managed to bring a shocking lightness to what started out as an incredibly dark villain.</p>
<p>“What? Hello? No matriarch has ever packed as big a punch as the one that I, Susan Flannery, played? Well, duh!”</p>
<p>You bet, sir. We <em>will</em> raise a glass to the late Charles Keating’s alter ego, an anti-hero as sophisticated and articulate as he could be cruel and remorseless.</p>
<p>Helen Gallagher’s matriarch didn’t need glamtastic clothes or pithy one-liners to draw attention; she got it by loving every bit as harshly as she judged.</p>
<p>The villain that James Mitchell (RIP) brought to life could leave you shaking in your boots before he’d even ordered the hounds released. Then again, who doesn’t love hounds?</p>
<p>No disrespect to the amazing Jess Walton, but Brenda Dickson gave us in her version of the manicurist from hell a camp classic drenched in as much wickedness as jewelry.</p>
<p>We know Tristan Rogers is still a part of Port Charles. But we can’t help but yearn for the days when he was a superspy bringing to our screens both romantic intrigue and the regular kind.</p>
<p>Maggie Kiriakis is keeping up the tradition, but even she would have to admit that there will never be another (grand)mother figure like the one that the late Frances Reid brought to life.</p>
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