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General Hospital Spoilers: Cynthia Watros Reveals Nina’s Real Motives Keeping Sonny In The Dark

General Hospital: Cynthia Watros General Hospital spoilers reveal Nina Reeves in a whole lot of trouble now that Michael Corinthos decided not telling an amnesiac his true identity is somehow an identity theft crime. We can see Sonny getting her out of that mess since another part of him really did fall in love with her in Nixon Falls, something Cynthia Watros said Nina never intended to happen.

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In an interview with Soap Hub, Watros explained why Nina did what she did for so many months and doesn’t believe she meant harm at all. Instead, it was just something that sort of happened even if Nina started out with the best of intentions.

“Initially, she wanted to tell Carly that Sonny was alive. That’s who Nina is. She’s not malicious or evil. She is a human being with faults. When she’s triggered, she goes into her pain,” Watros said. “As Cynthia, I can relate to that. Nina felt pain and she kept the secret [that Sonny was alive]. It snowballed from there. One of the many great lines the writers gave me was when she said that there wasn’t a day that went by when she didn’t want to tell Sonny the truth. Sonny asked why didn’t Nina do that? She said it was like they were in this alternate world.”

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Indeed, it did seem like Nixon Falls, PA, a fictional little town, was an alternate world as Nina, Sonny, Lenny, and Phyllis seemed isolated from almost everyone in a bar that barely ever had a customer the entire time Sonny worked there as a flannel-clad bartender. For Watros, it was calming and different to work away from everyone else.

“It did seem like a play. It felt different,” the actress said. “We mostly shot at the end of the day, so I wouldn’t necessarily see other cast members. People joked that nobody ever went to the bar — it was a very small group of people who worked in that set. We’d just talk to each other. It was a beautiful experience.”

Another wonderful experience was getting to know Maurice Benard, an actor she had barely worked with before who became one she nearly exclusively worked with.

“I have so much gratitude to Maurice for being such an amazing partner and friend. I sometimes look at social media even though I say to myself. ‘Just come in and do the work.’ I know that some of the fans weren’t 100% on board but [GH Executive Producer] Frank [Valentini] gave us the time to play out the story. The show had confidence in us.”

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