In the latest print edition of Soap Opera Digest, Rena Sofer says that Lois Cerullo’s “General Hospital” comeback has to do mostly with her character providing a little guidance and maybe even a little motherly love for her daughter, Brook Lynn Quartermaine. Sofer told the publication that Lois is back to play catch up with her daughter and provide support as Ned is now living as his alter-ego, Eddie Maine. Sofer said (via Daytime Confidential): “The story is about Brook Lynn. The story is about Eddie Maine and Ned, so I need to respect that. This is not about me coming back and telling my story; this is about me coming back and supporting the stories that are there with me trying to create the knowledge of who Lois is now, 27 years later.”
Amanda Setton is excited to see how the mother-daughter relationship plays out on-screen, telling Soap Opera Digest: “I think giving more context to Brook Lynn by seeing her with her mother will be really fun to play and I can’t wait to explore that with Rena. It’s a whole new dynamic and it’s just a great dynamic to introduce into the show.”
How long Sofer will stick around Port Charles remains to be seen, but her first air date is set for October 10. Perhaps Lois can help manage Eddie’s music career while she’s in town?
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