The plot of a general hospital that Rebecca Herbst wants to remake

Although she has been in love with Lucky Spencer (Jonathan Jackson) since she was a teenager, Elizabeth Webber also fell in love with bandit Jason Morgan (Steve Burton) and gave birth to her son Jake. However, she decides to make Lucky his legal father to keep him away from Jason’s dangerous life path.

Liz also couldn’t help but be attracted to her half-brother, Nikolas Cassadine (Tyler Christopher), a man who was also their best friend since their teenage years, nothing more. That all changed in 2009 when Elizabeth and Lucky got engaged again after he accepted her and Jason’s son, Jake, as his own.

That didn’t stop Elizabeth from being a support system for Nikolas while he was still grieving for Emily Quartermaine (Natalia Livingston). One night, the friendship turned to passion and the two characters went to bed together. It only happened once, but then Nikolas decided that he would fall in love for a short period of time. When Lucky found out about the affair, he was furious and broke off their engagement.

That caused Elizabeth to collapse and nearly die of hypothermia in an abandoned church. That’s when Lucky found her and took her to the hospital where she learned that she was pregnant. A paternity test revealed Nikolas as the father, but in the end it was revealed that the tests had switched and Lucky was Aiden’s father. However, the damage was done and she and Lucky were never reunited, he eventually left town (via Soap Center).

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