General Hospital spoilers reveal Drew Cain is determined to find Maxie’s baby for some unknown reason. He has never had a real friendship with her before except when he was married to Sam, but for some reason, he feels he has to find Maxie’s baby and makes it his mission. But is he REALLY on a mission he has to complete?
General Hospital Spoilers: More Drew Mind Control?
Remember when the never-can-be-killed Peter August (Wes Ramsey) told Liesl Obrecht (Kathleen Gati) that he wanted Drew (Cameron Mathison) to be under his control so he can also get Maxie under his control. Is there some kind of trigger Peter brainwashed into Drew off-screen that turns on whenever he is around Maxie (Kirsten Storms)? And if so, is he more dangerous to Louise than anyone realizes.
When Maxie and Drew first saw each other and looked like they were reunited with their lost loves, it was perplexing and made very little sense because they were pretty much just acquaintances the last time he was in Port Charles. But if Maxie is going to soon become Drew’s unwitting victim, then it makes sense to establish some sort of rushed friendship between these two to add more drama. And, if that scene with the peaceful hug was a chem test, we might want to see some more of those to see if they score right.
Will Drew Ultimately Save Louise?
We can see Drew kidnapping both Maxie and Louise while under Peter’s mind control but somehow breaking free of it in time to save the day and give Louise back to Maxie. If he kills Peter in the process, that would be absolute icing on the cake and everything the GH fandom wants at this moment.
Could this then set up Maxie as Drew’s love interest, as well all know Maxie often develops a thing for the men who save her and her babies? (That’s how she ended up with the sociopathic Peter.) She even liked Austin Gatlin Holt (Roger Howarth) and since that doesn’t seem to be working out, there’s always a very free Drew Cain she can get to know a little better. Stay tuned to General Hospital weekdays to see how this story plays out.