‘General Hospital’ spoilers relate that there’s some good news for Oscar Nero (Garren Stitt), lots of drama with the serial killer case, and Sonny Corinthos (Maurice Bernard) isn’t impressed with Shiloh’s (Coby Ryan McLaughlin) book.
‘General Hospital’ Spoilers: A Brief Reprieve
That’s what the latest test results for Oscar indicate, as his tumor hasn’t grown at all since the last scan they did. At least, that’s what Terry Randolph (Cassandra James) is calling it when giving the news to him, Kim Nero (Tamara Braun) and Drew Cain (Billy Miller). Oscar is thrilled to have something positive to report to Josslyn Jacks (Eden McCoy). He runs off to tell her, while mom and dad stay behind to talk more about the results. Terry doesn’t believe the prognosis has changed much, but it’s possible things have slowed down for a little while, anyway. She reminds them that eventually, things will likely go downhill and they’ll need to have a plan, but for now, they should enjoy the temporary good news.
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Meanwhile, Josslyn is getting an earful from Julian Jerome for meddling in his and Kim’s relationship. He informs her she’s a lot like her mother (Carly Corinthos, played by Laura Wright), which Josslyn happily accepts as a compliment. He lets her know he was more referring to her mother’s nasty habit of interfering in people’s lives. Oscar arrives to give his good news at the perfect time to overhear enough. He asks Josslyn what that’s all about and is forced to admit to her asking Julian to step away. Oscar suggests they just let his parents live their lives, and celebrate the good news he got.
‘General Hospital’ Spoilers: Shiloh’s New Book, Pure Garbage – Sonny Says
That’s Sonny’s assessment of Shiloh’s book, which he reads some of at the suggestion of Alexis Davis (Nancy Lee Grahn). They talk about the situation with Dawn of Day some, which Alexis concluding that she doesn’t really want to interfere in her adult daughters’ lives. She makes a joke out of meditating and burning incense since the seminar she went to and leaves Sonny to read. As we said, he’s not impressed, but the bartender who sees the book claims it changed his life. And we are so there for watching Sonny take of the cult.
Sonny briefly ties into the murder plot, when the prosecutor (Margaux Dawson, played by Elizabeth Henderickson) runs into him. He’s all gung-ho for there to be no mistakes in nailing Lulu’s (Emme Rylan) attacker. She’s more worried about him taking the law into his hands and doesn’t want any problems.
GH Spoilers: It’s getting ugly…
In other GH spoilers murder plot news, Liz Webber (Rebecca Herbst) is still convinced that Franco Baldwin (Roger Howarth) can’t be the killer. She doesn’t think he’d risk their life together in that way and throws a fit over what the PCPD did to the art therapy room and their patients’ work. She may not be quite so sure now, though, as her story for the day ends with her learning that he’s now officially been arrested for the other murders.
How’d that happen? It’s all thanks to Not-Kevin Collins, AKA Ryan Chamberlain (Jon Lindstrom). He has planted a bunch of false notes in the file he “reluctantly” hands over when presented with a warrant. Not to mention several licenses planted in the art therapy room. The cops found those just in time, as Jordan Ashford (Vinessa Antoine) was building a case on very shaky ground. So shaky, in fact, that Franco had basically threatened to sue the crap out of her and the PCPD for this. Scotty Baldwin (Kin Shriner), who was meeting with Alexis about the will again, gets the call Franco’s in trouble and rushes down to help. He points out all the ways their case is a joke, but then the big find comes along and his job has gotten much more complicated.
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Speaking of complicated, Ava Jerome (Maura West) is having quite the day. She’s blown away by Franco being named and says there is no way he did it, because he loved Kiki too much. Ava knows there is something not right here, but she’s got other problems. When she learns Not-Kevin had “concerns” about Franco, she goes off on him and basically calls him a quack. She turns to leave in a huff when Not-Kevin seems to lose it a little and grabs her very aggressively. She’s shocked by that, and he apologizes. Right now, Ava doesn’t care and she still takes off, making Not-Kevin throw a tantrum a two-year-old would be proud of.
Side note: We have to acknowledge the twisted humor apparently involved in the will thing. Gail Baldwin (Susan Brown) apparently wanted further details on the terms to be released on April Fool’s Day. Like seriously? Why do we feel like a massive punk is about to happen there?