According to General Hospital spoilers, viewers haven’t seen Joyce Guy’s character Phyllis Caulfield in Port Charles for quite some time.
She was the manager of Charle’s Pub when she last made an appearance on TV in March 2023, but the role has since been forgotten.
Could she get back on the canvas and help bring Nina Reeves (Cynthia Watros) and Sonny Corinthos (Maurice Benard) back together?
Phyllis Caulfield Is A Big Part Of Sina’s History
GH spoilers indicate that Phyllis was the only person in Port Charles who got a front-row seat to Sonny and Nina falling in love.
She was first introduced to storylines as the nurse who was with Nina when she gave birth to her twin daughters, Nelle Benson (Chloe Lanier) and Willow Corinthos (Katelyn MacMullen), but became a good friend to Nina as the years wore on.
Sonny formed a bond with Phyllis when he stumbled into the bar she owned with her husband, Lenny Caulfield (Rif Hutton) in Nixon Falls, suffering from injuries and amnesia. He became close to the couple and was devastated when Lenny passed away.
After Sonny regained his memories and returned to Port Charles, Phyllis came to the little town, too, and the mob boss purchased Charle’s and asked her to manage the place.
In many ways, the nurse helped Sonny and Nina navigate through the trials and tribulations they faced adjusting to being in love, in Port Charles versus Nixon Falls
Phyllis Caulfield Resurfaces For Reunion
Phyllis has pretty much been erased from storylines. She wasn’t even invited to Sina’s wedding!
However, things like these are usually worked out in soap operas, and maybe Phyllis was busy with a family issue, so Kristina Corinthos-Davis (Kate Mansi) took over as manager.
It could be a good idea to relieve Kristina of some of her responsibilities as she is pregnant and managing the local adolescent homeless shelter. Phyllis can help with that.
Sonny has a soft place in his heart for Phyllis and is willing to listen to her. He also loves and respects her. Since Phyllis has known Nina longer than anyone, she is aware of the trauma she has experienced.