‘General Hospital’ Spoiler: Fans Have Something Crucial To Say
It is time to accept that some of the characters in the sneak-peak “General Hospital” have reasonable shares of haters. Predominantly Elizabeth Webber, a grey shaded character, leads the baton when we talk about some negative aspect of the show.
Elizabeth is cocooned under the wrap of wrong moves. “Everything is fair in love and war” this is exactly what the fans yell while finding a justification for her incorrect actions but for a major part of the viewers, her lies are only another move of deception. The television series from ABC recently undergoes an interesting survey that clearly votes against Elizabeth’s outcome in the intrigue. So will we see emancipation of the long-time character? Here is the predicament that comes out after the unique poll:
The voters were nearly 5000 in numbers… keeping the large fan base in mind the number is quite predictable, we think. Well, out of these votes an astonishing part; nearly 64% voices their disgust against Liz but her redemption is not their suggestion. According to the fans Liz possesses a habit of making things evil but her moves around Jason’s identity somehow makes her understandable. Yes, they are frustrated seeing her mistakes but they recommend a better future for her. Are the writers listening? Yes! We too hope, now she can have what she wants and gather some forgiveness from the other characters.
Now it’s turn for other results that the poll exemplifies. A lesser part of only 24% evokes that Elizabeth must be given another shot to be with Jason. Perhaps this time she captured some positive intensions and don’t budge out of control and if not Jason then at least some happiness should be waiting for her.
Only a slight portion of 12% shows their least care as the character contains some awful features for them. Her lie, her annoying attitude don’t bother them too much rather they are quite interested to focus on other characters and don’t want to see Liz anymore.
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