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General Hospital Spoilers: Josslyn’s Life As A Mob Girlfriend Isn’t Working

Josslyn Jacks pours her heart out to her mother.

General Hospital spoilers for September 1, 2023, reveal boyfriend problems, family bonding, memory troubles, and so much more. You won’t want to miss a moment of this emotional new episode.

General Hospital Spoilers Highlights

Josslyn (Eden McCoy) is starting to learn that being the girlfriend of a mob enforcer isn’t all it’s cracked up to be. She never wanted that life to begin with but she wants Dex (Evan Hofer) too much so she decided to accept it. The problem is that almost all of Dex’s time is taken up by his work for Sonny (Maurice Benard).

With all this drama in her life, Josslyn decides to turn to her mother, a woman who understands very well how to share her man with the mafia. She tells Carly (Laura Wright) how she has been feeling about her relationship with Dex. Will Carly tell Josslyn that she told her so? She did warn her that life with the mob is never an easy one.

Nina Grows Closer To Wiley

Nina (Cynthia Watros) is also learning that life as a mob girlfriend is harder than she ever believed, but at least she seems to be getting somewhere with Willow (Katelyn MacMullen). That makes her happy so she has to shove her Sonny problems aside for now.


Wiley is thrilled to see his Grandma Nina and spends some time playing with her and bonding with her. This is all Nina has ever wanted, but her own impulsive mistakes could blow up her new happy life.

Olivia Tries To Get Neddie To Remember

Olivia (Lisa LoCicero) finally realizes that Ned (Wally Kurth) and Eddie Maine are not the same person, although they technically are. It can be confusing for anyone, but at least Olivia is finally trying to get to know Neddie for who he is now.

However, she still misses her husband, so she takes a chance and decides to see if she can jog his memory. If it doesn’t work, will Neddie start to see her as an outsider whom he can’t trust again?

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