What will Ned’s GH accident mean to Lois, Brook Lynn, and Nina?
Fans are speculating GH spoilers will have a comatose Ned waking up with amnesia. A blow to the head can often lead to short-term memory loss. But just how far back will Ned’s ailment go?
GH Spoilers Speculation
Ned (Wally Kurth) has had some significant life events over his decades of being alive in Port Charles. Five possible past timelines for the Quartermaine scion include the following.
General Hospital: Last Week Tonight
In the short term, Ned (Wally Kurth) could simply forget what he learned about Nina (Cynthia Watros) being the one to turn in Carly (Laura Wright) and Drew (Cameron Mathison). And then we’ll be right back where we started from. Unless, of course, now Ned actually believes he’s the guilty party.
GH Spoilers: Wrong Turn
Ned could forget his marriage to Olivia (Lisa LoCicero). He might forget he’s wed to a woman who would believe her best friend over her husband. Who is unhappy with every decision her husband makes these days, and who doesn’t appreciate anything about him. This could actually be a good thing. Olivia would need to fight to get her man back. And maybe adjust her attitude accordingly.
The Good Old GH Days
Ned could remember he’s married. But he could think he was still married to Lois. The beginning of their relationship was the happiest Ned had ever been. Would it really be so bad to go back there again?
GH Spoilers: Alternate Personality
Of course, at the beginning of his relationship with Lois, Ned was pretending to be a rock singer named Eddie Maine. What if he wakes up thinking Eddie is a real person? Ned was always the fake persona; Eddie is who he really is. Maybe Brook Lynn (Amanda Setton) could focus on his musical career…and leave Chase (Josh Swickard) alone. Good money should be on this option.
Finally, Ned could go back to his very first days in Port Charles. When he was a tennis pro named Ward. Who seduced Monica (Leslie Charleson) without knowing she was his aunt by marriage. If anything, the story might give Monica a reason to come downstairs again.