General Hospital Spoilers: The Search Is On For Dante—Will He Return To Port Charles?
General Hospital (GH) spoilers for the week of February 11 tease that everyone wants to know when Dante (Dominic Zamprogna) will return. Sonny Corinthos (Maurice Benard) is worried about his son and he asks Robert Scorpio (Tristan Rogers) to investigate where is son is currently located. Of course, no one can find him as he is deep uncover to try to nail the man who tried to kill Lulu (Emme Rylan) last summer. The big question on everyone’s mind is, will Dante ever return to PC?
Not Even Lulu’s Hospital Stay Brought Dante Home
Many viewers started asking questions about Dante’s whereabouts after Lulu was attacked by Ryan (Jon Lindstrom) and Dante still didn’t return home to check on his wife. The longer Dante is undercover, the more danger he is in.
Dante doesn’t fully understand how much danger he is currently in. Someone goes out of their way to find him and in the process, puts himself in harm’s way too.
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Lulu Needs Dante
Lulu is struggling without her husband by her side. She was recently attacked by Ryan, although she believes it was Franco (Roger Howarth). Then she is raising two children – Rocco and Charlotte. And, she’s having to put up with Valentin’s (James Patrick Stuart) shenanigans alone. Dante could help her keep her sanity while she is dealing with whatever life throws out at her.
The big question is will Dante ever return. When Dominic left the role last summer, he said he would return for a small arc but wasn’t interested in a contract role anymore. So, if GH, would like Dante to return, it would have to be on a temporary basis.
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