ABC ‘General Hospital’ (GH) spoilers tease that it’s safe to say a lot of viewers are tired of seeing Jason Morgan (Steve Burton) and Sam McCall (Kelly Monaco) continually go back and forth in their relationship. It appears as though the only thing that they can enjoy are sporadic stolen kisses here and there, and that’s it. This is, of course, prompting a lot of ‘General Hospital’ fans to all ask the same question: why do the writers of the show keep doing this to Jason and Sam and more importantly, will these two ever be happy together? Here’s what you need to know.
According to the latest issue of Soaps in Depth, Jason and Sam will get intimate this week – but will do their best to keep it short and quiet, of course. That’s because Jason believes it’s his duty to make sure that all of his loved ones stay safe as the mob war continues to escalate on the streets of Port Charles. The last thing he wants to do is jeopardize the safety of his loved ones, including Sam, who is currently still on parole.
ABC ‘General Hospital’ Spoilers: Sam And Jason’s Intimacy Kept In Secrecy – Why Do Writers Keep Doing This To Fans?
‘General Hospital’ spoilers say that while Jason and Sam will find a special and unique way to spend a little quality time together, many fans have pointed out that we have seen this all happen before. How many times will the producers and writers of the show tease fans this way until they finally decide that Jason and Sam should live happily ever together? At this point, that’s what everyone is hoping for! Do you agree?
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