‘General Hospital’ Comings and Goings: Ned Brings Brook Lynn Home – Anna’s Back to Stay

General Hospital comings and goings show familiar characters back on the canvas as well as a fresh new face. Ned Quartermaine (Wally Kurth) returns with his daughter Brook Lynn Ashton (Amanda Setton) in tow on GH. Also, Anna Devane (Finola Hughes) is back in town as well as Stella Henry (Vernee Watson). Plus, Jessica Tuck is done as Cassandra Pierce as the evil drug lord was blown to bits. Check out the latest GH comings and goings for the ABC soap.

General  Hospital Comings and Goings: Ned Quartermaine Brings Brook Lynn Ashton Back Home

GH comings and goings reveal Ned Ashton Quartermaine is back and brings Brook Lynn Ashton with him. Recently, Ned Quartermaine’s been off playing Justin Kiriakis on Days of Our Lives. Now, Ned is back in Port Chuck alongside his wife Olivia Falconeri (Lisa LoCicero) just as his daughter Brook Lynn is set to return. Surely, you may recognize the new Brook Lynn.

Her portrayer Amanda Setton played the role of Kimberly Andrews on One Life To Live. Also, she played snobby Penelope Shafai on the CW’s teen series Gossip Girl. Remember, last time Brook was in town she caused a good deal of drama. No doubt, Lulu Spencer (Emme Rylan) will not be happy she’s back due to their history. Last time around, Brook Lynn seduced Dante Falconeri (Dominic Zamprogna).

Remember, this led to a cat-fight between the two women. Plus, she got close with Nikolas Cassadine (Marcus Coloma) who just returned to the sudser. So, there’s no telling what she will get into now. Also, spoilers suggest a romance may be on the horizon for Brook Lynn and Nik, say General Hospital comings and goings. For now, it’s huge that Ned Quartermaine’s kid is back. And Amanda Setton’s an interesting choice since she’s a known face (Gossip Girl, anyone?).

GH Comings and Goings: Anna Devane Home For Good

General Hospital comings and goings also promise Anna Devane is finally home after chasing down her evil twin for months. No doubt, her arrival was just in time to save Charlotte Cassadine (Scarlett Fernandez). Remember, she was taken by the evil Cassandra Pierce. Also, she was in for quite a surprise to discover her fiance Hamilton Finn (Michael Easton) has a daughter. No doubt, things will get complex on GH now that his ex-fiance Hayden Barnes (Rebecca Budig) is back.

Clearly, she is still in love with him which worries Anna. Certainly, one person who is happy for Anna’s return is Tristan Rogers who plays Robert Scorpio. Now that he seems to be sticking around General Hospital as District Attorney, he is happy to have Anna back. Additionally, the actor commented that “they come together” and they’re just “two comfortable old shoes”. No doubt, Robert Scorpio is happy she’s back to keep an eye on Finn so he doesn’t get too close to baby mama Hayden Barnes on GH.

General Hospital Casting Updates: Cassandra Pierce Dead – Stella Henry Home From Europe – Kim Nero Goes Bye Bye

GH comings and goings also say that Stella Henry (Vernee Watson) is back from her trip to Europe on the ABC sudser. Remember, Aunt Stella left town this past August to follow up with a long-lost relative overseas. Now, she is back in time to give the Corinthos family and update on Mike Corbin (Max Gail). Surely, it seems his Alzheimer’s may be taking a turn for the worst on General Hospital. Additionally, Stella’s nephew Curtis Ashford (Donnell Turner) is sure to be ecstatic his “auntie” is home.

Also on GH, Jessica Tuck’s time is up as evil germaphobe Cassandra Pierce. Remember, Valentin Cassadine (James Patrick Stuart) just blew her to smithereens for kidnapping his daughter. No doubt, Sam McCall (Kelly Monaco) is relieved she’s no longer her cellmate in Pentonville. However, she may pay the price for her escape on General Hospital. So, just wait and see what Brook Lynn Ashton gets up to with her dad Ned Quartermain.

Also watch this week as it’s confirmed these are final scenes for Tamara Braun as Kim Nero leaves town alone…

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