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'General Hospital' Spoilers: Carly Investigates On Sonny And Nelle; Olivia Jerome Returns

By Stephen Tapulao , Feb 08, 2017 02:38 AM EST

"General Hospital" gets more intense than ever as clues have been given in the previous episode of the show. Fans are looking forward as to how each character would try to resolve all the conflict that is happening in the series. As a matter of fact, spoilers suggest that Olivia Jerome is set to return to Port Charles to avenge herself. 

'General Hospital' Spoilers, News, And Updates: Carly Corinthos Finds Clue; Tries To Investigate Sonny and Nelle

According to Inquisitr, there are plenty of reasons why viewers should not miss out on the upcoming episode of "General Hospital". One suggests that Carly Corinthos could be the first person to get a clue regarding the mysteries that is happening in the show. Sources revealed that Carly has been observing what's happening between Sonny and his assistant, Nelle. In addition, it was speculated that she would run on something that would mark the beginning of her questioning the real score between the two.

It can be recalled that during the previous episodes of "General Hospital", Sonny and Carly are having a hard time maintaining their marriage. This all started when Morgan died from a car accident. As they try to restore their broken relationship, Nelle is out to ruin it. There has been an ongoing speculation that the two are quite related to each other, as reports suggest that they could be step-sisters.

'General Hospital' Spoilers, News, And Updates: Olivia Jerome Returns

On the other hand, another character is set to return to Port Charles. Olivia Jerome is expected to make a comeback as she tries to revenge against her brother, Julian. Moreover, she would also want to manipulate the General Hospital for an unknown reason. Moreover, Liv gets a hint of the reason behind Morgan's death. Could it be Olivia Jerome?

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