General Hospital Robin Drake is Leaving Again – Will She Be Killed Off?

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Actress, Kimberly McCullogh, who plays Dr. Robin Scorpio Drake on the soap opera, General Hospital, is leaving the show – again.  The actress has come and gone more times than we can count with her most recent return in September.

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Robin was kidnapped by Fazon and was finally reunited with her husband, Patrick Drake and daughter, after two years. And just in time, as Patrick was standing at the altar with his new love, Sabrina, who also happens to be pregnant with his child. Sabrina of course, lied and Patrick doesn’t realize it is his child, because that’s what happens on daytime soap operas.

Kimberly revealed to Soaps in Depth she only has two more weeks left. Will Robin be kidnapped again, will she leave town on her or be killed off? The actress revealed,

“Robin’s leaving because of her love for another character that is not Patrick on the canvas,” she continued, “But it’s not goodbye. It’s just see you later.”

This should be interesting because Robin has loved Stone, who died from Aids, and Jason, played by Steve Burton, who was killed off the show last year. So who could her love be?

Jason Thompson, who is also Kimberly’s real life love, will remain on the show as Dr. Patrick Drake. Does this mean Patrick will find out Sabrina’s child is his and will they reunite?

McCullough’s next assignment for ABC will be shadowing a director at GREY’S ANATOMY.





One Response to General Hospital Robin Drake is Leaving Again – Will She Be Killed Off?

  1. Teresa Weaver says:

    I wish Kimberly wouldn’t leave, It was so awesome to have you back with your husband. Please stay and if you do leave please come back. It was great the way they brought you back. I like the girl that play Sabrina but you are the one that need to be with Patrick.

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