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General Hospital: Spoilers Project That Ava Throws Esme off the Parapet

A showdown may be coming to Wyndamere

A showdown may be coming to Wyndamere

Cassadine drama, secrets and intrigue

General Hospital spoilers are certain that Ava Jerome (Maura West) will throw Esme Prince (Avery Kristan Pohl) over the parapet to her death at Wyndemere. What is known for certain is that Nikolas Cassadine (Marcus Columbo) will rush from the courtroom and to his home because he thinks Esme might try to kill Ava. It's not clear whether or not Spencer Cassadine (Nicholas Chaves) learns that his father and girlfriend slept together prior to Nik running out but spoilers tease the prince might get home too late. It is being suggested that Esme might survive and return at a later date but her death or disappearance would hinder certain storylines. Fans want to see her get what she deserves for framing Trina Robinson (Tabyana Ali ) and the mystery of her mother and connection to Ryan Chamberlain (Jon Lindstrom) needs to be resolved. It's possible that Nikolas will get to Wyndemhere in time and stop Ava from killing Esme but spoilers are not clear on this. Fans are hoping to see the last of Ms. Prince but not before she answers for all the heartache she has caused in Port Chares. Ava has committed one murder so would she really kill again? She shot Connie Falconeri/Kate Howard (IKate Sullivan) and goaded Sonny Corinthos (Maurice Benard into shooting AJ Quartermaine (Sean Kanan).

Esme should not die just yet

Since Spencer's testimony did not seem to help Trina as he had believed and Esme refuses to confess, Viewers don't see a way for Ms.Robinson to be exonerated. Her only chance might be if Boz the guy she drugged wakes up from the coma. If he admits she sold him the burner cell phone and also drugged him Esme might be put in jail but again this will not answer the questions General Hospital fans have. There have been rumblings that Felicia Scorpio (Kristina Wagoner) is the mother of the evil one and some spoilers have suggested that perhaps through some twist of fate Mac Scorpio is her biological father and not Ryan. If Ava does make an end to the psychopath then Trina will never have her day for justice. On Friday Ava realized that the attacks against her were very personal and was shocked when Esme told her personal details about her life that the adultress should not have known about. If Esme dies then how would anyone find out that Ryan was involved unless Ava read the information she was trying to take from her rival and figures it all out. Now that the secret is out that Nik and Esme slept together Ryan really has no leverage.

The possibilities

There are several outcomes that could take place once Nikolas arrives at Wyndemere. He could show up in time to stop Ava from killing Esme or find the tables turned and end up saving his wife's life. If Esme is presumed dead Uncle Victor Cassadine (Charles Shaughnessy) might honor his suggestion to get rid of the situation. If she dies Trina will not have her day and the truth about her parents may not come to light. It's possible that Ava might read the paper Esme is trying to keep from her and she could put two and two together. On Friday Ava told her nemesis that the attacks against her were personal and she wanted to know why. She might begin thinking back and realize Esme spent time with Ryan at Springridge and figure out he is behind it all. If Pohl's time on General Hospital is up perhaps Ava will back her character into a corner and get her to confess everything. Whatever happens, fans want this storyline to be over with ASAP. Now that Ryan can walk and talk would he escape and go after Ava and what is his true connection to Esme? Some spoilers have suggested that Felicia Scorpio (Kristina Wagoner) and Mac Scorpio (John J York) might be her parents but many viewers don't see how this would fit into past history. Be sure to tune in Monday and find out what happens next to these tortured souls and find out who will live and who will die.

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