General Hospital Spoilers: Liesl Obrecht Has A Warning For Maxie Jones

General Hospital spoilers tease that Liesl Obrecht (Kathleen Gati) will have a warning for Maxie Jones (Kirsten Storms) in an upcoming episode of General Hospital! Not that Maxie will listen to her either, but she will warn her about her upcoming wedding to Peter August (Wes Ramsey)!

General Hospital Spoilers – Liesl Obrecht Knows How Dangerous Peter August Can Be And Has Intentions To Stop Him

General Hospital viewers will remember that it was Peter’s own crimes that he framed Liesl for. This included the murder of an assassin he had hired himself in the operating room where Dr. Andre Maddox (Anthony Montgomery) was preparing to reverse Franco Baldwin’s (Roger Howarth) memory mapping procedure. That made Peter a hero, although he really had just changed his mind about the hit and couldn’t get him called off in time! It also included the two attempts on Maddox’s life, and the presumed death of Drew Cain (Billy Miller) in a plane crash en route to Afghanistan.

He managed to get the records changed and tie Liesl to every single crime that he himself had either been personally responsible for or hired someone to commit! Plus, Liesl likely knows about the crimes that “Heinrik” committed before he ever came to Port Charles – even though she never revealed them previously. She was obsessed with his father, Cesar Faison (Anders Hove) for many years, although she likely met him after Peter was born. Liesl isn’t scared of Peter – longtime General Hospital viewers will remember what she did when her son, Nathan West (Ryan Paevey) died. Even though Peter wasn’t directly responsible, she knew what he was capable of and she blamed him.

She knocked him out, dragged him out of his Metro Court suite, and tied him up first in a remote cabin, torturing him, then when it was discovered, she tied him up in the Cassadine stables and set it on fire – along with her own niece, Nina Reeves (Cynthia Watros) when she wouldn’t cooperate with Peter’s torture anymore! She has intentions to stop him – and Anna Devane (Finola Hughes) who has been covering for him. But she isn’t doing the job herself – that is up to Dante Falconeri (Dominic Zamprogna) who has a kill switch programmed. All she has to do is click a pen!

General Hospital Spoilers – Liesl Obrecht Is One Of Many Who Have Tried To Change Maxie Jones’ Mind

General Hospital viewers will remember also that Liesl is only one of many who have tried to change Maxie’s mind about Peter. Robert Scorpio (Tristan Rogers) in particular has been worried, as has Dr. Hamilton Finn (Michael Easton), about Peter’s dangerous side. Britt Westbourne (Kelly Thiebaud) has tried to warn her about Peter but she wouldn’t listen to her. Damian Spinelli (Bradford Anderson) nearly alienated Maxie forever with his warnings about Peter! Maxie feels that all of them are judging Peter by his father, who didn’t even raise him most of the time – he practically grew up in a Catholic boarding school!

General Hospital Spoilers: Liesl Obrecht Has A Warning For Maxie Jones

Liesl is only going to upset Maxie even more by trying to dissuade her from marrying Peter! But Liesl has a very good reason to try to get Maxie to break off with Peter – she doesn’t want her at the double wedding where she intends to click the pen and set off Dante’s kill switch! What better place to ensure that Anna and Peter are disposed of at the same time? Maxie is still like a daughter to Liesl even though Nathan has been dead for several years now.

James West, (Owen and Curtis Rufca) Nathan and Maxie’s son, is old enough for preschool now. Liesl doesn’t want to lose her grandson, that is for certain. But if she cannot keep Maxie from marrying Peter, she will be in danger unless Liesl changes her plans for revenge – and she is not likely to at this point!

Stay tuned to General Hospital and keep checking General Hospital spoilers frequently for all the latest news, updates and developments!

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Rita Ryan has been writing since the age of thirteen, starting with songs and later short plays and articles. In her teenage years she was known as “Rita Lorraine” and tried to get into the country music recording industry in the 1970s and later the gospel music industry in the 1990s. Now, she concentrates her writing on soap opera spoilers specializing in General Hospital, aspires to write a series of family-friendly mysteries in the Hallmark Movies & Mysteries style, and the rest of her time is spent being grandma to her three grandchildren and cat mama to Mollie & Missie. She is married to her childhood sweetheart whom she rediscovered after 30 years apart.

3 thoughts on “General Hospital Spoilers: Liesl Obrecht Has A Warning For Maxie Jones

  • February 17, 2021 at 3:23 am
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    Maxie is not in any danger of being with Peter. He has been living with her for over a year. Peter has been doing some shady things but can start to do better for Maxie. Liesl does not need to warn Maxie about Peter because he wouid not hurt her. Liesl has not been doing the right thing by having Dante programmed to go after Peter and Anna for her revenge. Liesl does not want justice because if she did she would not have Dante programmed. Peter and Maxie are about to have their daughter Lou who is an innocent child. Peter is going to be a good father to Lou just as he has been a good father figure to James. He will not be like Faison to his daughter. Peter may have gone to boarding school but he had to go home to Faison when school was not in session. He even begged his teachers not to send
    him home. Maxie is more than likely going to be upset about what Peter has been doing but she will be equally upset to find out that Liesl has had Dante programmed. Maxie will not be in any danger at the wedding if Liesl does not do anything with Dante. Maxie and Peter can get married and start to sort out this mess. Then they can raise Lou, James, and Georgie. Peter and Liesl can find common ground again for Maxie. Then everyone can start to go in a better direction going forward.

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  • February 17, 2021 at 7:04 pm
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    Just end this nonsense – its time for the truth to come out.

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  • February 18, 2021 at 8:27 am
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    How can you sort out a bunch of murders? Un less they find all the people that Peter murdered alive? Makes no sense at all to me.

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