General Hospital spoilers reveal Michael Corinthos and Willow Tait continuing to make sure that Nina Reeves never sees Wiley while they pretend they are above everyone else in town — and that’s what makes them the soap’s most insufferable characters in 2021.
General Hospital’s Love Story Goes Wrong
When Willow (Katelyn MacMullen) was first introduced onto the GH canvas she had spunk. She had just escaped a cult, given a baby up for adoption, and became a school teacher determined to live her own life. We liked her when she fell in love with Harrison Chase (Josh Swickard), our hearts broke for her when she learned her baby had died, and we tried not to cringe when she married Michael (Chad Duell) just to help him retain custody of Wiley — and then fell for him.
But first Willow had to see if she loved Chase once she learned he did not have an affair with Sasha Gilmore (Sofia Mattsson). She didn’t. She loved Michael and was just about to tell Chase when Peter August (Wes Ramsey) poisoned him and he nearly died. Since Willow thought he was about to die, she married Chase, and then couldn’t bring herself to tell him the truth when he lived and was paralyzed. So, she slept with Michael anyway behind Chase’s back before he finally learned the truth.
GH’s Michael and Willow Love Themselves Way Too Much
Now, Michael and Willow are one big, little happy family with Wiley, but even Willow is realizing that she may not want to marry Michael right away because he has no problem doing rotten things behind her back all in the name of family.
That, of course, has not stopped Michael and Willow from acting like they are holier than thou after learning that Chase fathered Brook Lynn’s (Amanda Setton) baby, which of course he didn’t, but she doesn’t know that. How could Chase sleep with Brook Lynn when he was supposed to still be in love with her? Um, Willow, do you remember the last six months of your life?
There’s also the fact that there is absolutely no chemistry between Chad Duell and Katelyn MacMullen, which definitely makes it a lot more difficult to love this pair — or even like them. Stay tuned to General Hospital weekdays to see if Michael and Willow ever get over themselves.