It’s a tough blow for any GH watchers who were holding out hope for Christopher’s return. This is a fantastic opportunity for Christopher and he’ll undoubtedly thrive on Days.

The NBC soap could use a boost in the ratings and Christopher might be able to make that happen.

Nikolas Cassadine (Tyler Christopher) sold it later, but Emily Quartermaine (Natalia Livingston) bought it back for him.

When Nikolas signed over his assets to Valentin Cassadine (James Patrick Stuart), that’s when the title was transferred to Valentin.

spoilers promise there might be more storyline mistakes and historical rewrites in store for the ABC soap despite that co-head writer Jean Passanante is retiring this month.

Jean tweeted that she’s written scripts that will carry into September (or later) and the powers that be at history and numerous retcons (retroactive revision) to justify or cover changes in stories that defy known facts about events and characters.

As we prepare to say goodbye to one writing regime and hello to a different world order in the writers’ room at General Hospital, here is a look at seven recent mistakes that have drawn comment and ire from fans on social media.

Spencer Cassadine (Nicolas Bechtel) ransacked Wyndemere looking for Mikkos Cassadine’s (John Colicos) will to restore his legacy and family home to him. Ned Ashton (Wally Kurth) owned it and then Stefan Cassadine (Stephen Nichols).

(As I have always said, “As goes the same kind of renewed enthusiasm that exploded last Wednesday after that outstanding episode than to bring back some of the popular characters that have been killed off over the years seemingly without regard for the preferences of veteran viewers or for anyone who had been encouraged to follow the stories of those characters for many years (or several decades).

If these characters are brought back they need not stick around; they can always recur or move to Europe to join Laura, Rebecca, Faison, Britt and Robin, among other Port Charles transfers.

You know there is a home for it because people watch when they want to watch at their leisure.

I think that’s a freedom that we all want and crave right now because we’re all so busy and even with the TV we want to watch what we want to watch when we want to watch.

anniversary episode – arguably the most creatively ambitious hour of daytime drama ever produced – nothing is impossible in the soap opera arena.