We’d say “patiently waiting,” but there’s been no “patiently” about it.
Fans of “Sprina” may look forward to the General Hospital episode airing on October 27 because that is the day Spencer meets visitors at Pentonville, visitors who, according to the most recent spoilers, he may be particularly happy to see. It certainly seems like Trina will be one of them. Who are you?
The fact that Trina was preoccupied during that same occurrence adds credence to our suspicions or hopes. And what could be more distracting, you ask, than having a relationship with one man (Rory) while secretly wishing you had a relationship with another (Spencer)?
The Waiting Game
It seems like centuries have passed since Tabyana Ali and Nicholas Alexander Chavez last appeared in a scene together. However, in a way, the show’s decision to keep their characters apart is perfect. Make them wait, and then wait some more is the strategy General Hospital is using to stage a play from the late, great Agnes Nixon’s repertoire.
As a result, the reward will be the greater when “Sprina” finally comes face to face—or better yet, lips to lips. And who among us does not anticipate that day? Let’s go. The purpose of spending so much time developing them as a potential pair was to make them a couple in the end.
Holding Out for a Hero
Additionally, there is growing proof that Trina is dating a serial killer. (View the most recent here.) Which might create a situation where Spencer arrives to save the day just as the person for whom he has feelings realizes that Rory isn’t the Officer Nice Guy he seems to be.
You would assume that once The Hook has been fired, everything will be easy for the future couple. However, we have a hunch that General Hospital has another challenge prepared to surprise the newlyweds.
Esme is still alive and well, as we all know. Her and Spencer’s relationship, in whatever form it may have existed, is now history. It might potentially exist in the far future. It’s not difficult to imagine Victor forcing Spencer to wed Esme for some illogical Cassadine-like reason in order to keep the public from finding that Nikolas had an affair with his son’s girlfriend.
Almost silly Yes, especially in light of the Cassadines’ extensive history of atrocities and the larger controversies they have faced in the past. but completely credible, no?
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