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General Hospital Promo: DNA Doesn’t Lie, But His Ex Does!


ABC has unveiled its newest General Hospital promo, featuring the love triangle-turned-pregnancy storyline with Patrick (Jason Thompson), Sabrina (Teresa Castillo) and Britt (Kelly Thiebaud).

Britt’s been riding high since the last DNA test ‘proved’ that Patrick was the father of her unborn baby. But viewers know her infamous mother, the villainous Dr. Obrecht, may have had something to do with the test going Britt’s way.

This week on General Hospital, Felix hatches a plan that could finally expose Britt for the liar she is. If it works, Michael could get Brad off his back AND ensure that Britt is out of Patrick and Sabrina’s life for good.

Who is the father of Britt’s baby?

Check out the new General Hospital promo below and leave a comment!

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General Hospital airs weekdays on ABC, weeknights on SOAPnet and available online at Hulu, and the Watch ABC app.

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  1. could be Lulu and Dante baby or Stavros Cassidine father we really notice Britt mother is crazy just the like Cassidine.

  2. Britt most likely used one of LuLu’s froze eggs & in cahoots with her mother, Dr Obrecht, made sure that Stavros Cassidine is the father

  3. I think LuLu is the mother of the baby Britt is carrying & Stavros is most likely the father.

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