‘General Hospital’ spoilers relate that a road trip of potential disaster has just begun, Sam McCall (Kelly Monaco) gets un unexpected visitor, and the truth is out today in Port Charles. In case you missed the General Hospital spoilers, get caught up on highlights now with the day’s General Hospital recap.
‘General Hospital’ Spoilers:What could possibly go wrong?
Car troubles, for one. That’s what’s facing Oscar Nero (Garren Stitt), Josslyn Jacks (Eden McCoy), Cameron Webber (William Lipton), and Trina (Sydney Mikayla) as they are on the road. They made it to Niagra Falls, but the trip back is going to have to wait until morning, because the car they arrived in has to get fixed first. They decide to make the most of it and all leave messages or texts to keep their parents from catching on.
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The group quickly splits, with Trina making an excuse to leave Oscar and Joss alone in the one room, while she and Cameron take the other. There’s a little chemistry there, but Trina swears this isn’t about attraction, it’s about letting their friends have a night alone. They settle in with a movie (something funny, at Cameron’s insistence—he’s had enough sad lately),
Meanwhile, Oscar is overwhelmed by the falls and stars, and talks about how natural beauty puts everything into perspective. He reflects on maybe learning how it all came about after one dies, and she asks him to fill her in if that’s the case. Their scenes end with them deciding to use this alone time for something a little less age-appropriate.
Trouble at Dawn of Day
After Kristina Davis (Lexi Ainsworth) brings a new person into the house she’d found living on the street (Bridget), Shiloh (Coby Ryan McLaughlin) goes on about how impressive Kristina is and how she’s ready to help him with a seminar. We’re thinking this guy could teach Sam a thing or two about conning people. He’s good. Kristina’s kind of eating it up, but she also clearly feels a little uncomfortable when Daisy’s (Kelsey Wang) demoted to snack girl. Daisy doesn’t appear to be taking it very well at all.
Meanwhile, Sam and Jason Morgan (Steve Burton) are cleaning up a big mess the kids made. He’s concerned the mess was a ploy to keep Mom and Dad both in the same place, and this ruse is having an effect. Sam agrees and considers backing off the whole plan, but even if she had made that decision, an unexpected visitor seems to change her mind. After Jason left to meet with Carly Corinthos (Laura Wright), Daisy showed up. She wants to make amends and get back in DoD’s (and Shiloh’s) good graces. Sam plays along and agrees to forgive her for the email thing. Daisy wants to do more and offers to help with the cleanup Sam said she was doing when Daisy arrived. When Daisy bends over to pick something up, Sam sees a tattoo and asks about it. Daisy gets nervous and tries to brush it off as a stupid mistake and she doesn’t even know the meaning of the symbol on her back. She’s a bad actress, and when Sam calls her on seeming nervous, she says she’s just excited to tell Shiloh they’re all good. Sam’s left to try and process this. She makes a sketch of the symbol, and we see Shlioh looking at an image of the same symbol elsewhere. He’s got plans for Kristina. Oops. What, is this a brand that binds whoever has it to them for life or something? Seems about right for this clearly messed-up group.
When we get back to Jason, he’s in the same lot where Carly was taken. He places a call to her phone, but is surprised when it starts ringing nearby. He’s obviously worried when he sees that her phone is lying abandoned in the ground.
The truth always comes out
Now that Franco Baldwin (Roger Howarth) is awake, Harrison Chase (Josh Swickard) has questions. They’re still trying to understand how a dead guy can be the killer. Franco sticks to his story and gets lots of luck when Laura Webber (Genie Francis) arrives at the hospital. The real Kevin Collins (Jon Lindstrom) made her go alone so he doesn’t slow her down, and a cop saw her on the road back into town. She backs up Franco’s story, and demands help gets to Ferncliff immediately because the real Kevin has been held there against his will and he’s blind. She also wants someone looking for Ava Jerome (Maura West), because she’s afraid of what Not-Kevin will do to her. We have to take a minute to acknowledge the awesome and amusing nurse Epiphany Johnson (Sonya Eddy), who told a still-sleeping Franco earlier in the episode he better treat Elizabeth Webber (Rebecca Herbst) right. She and Elizabeth have a cool bond, and we definitely wouldn’t wanna be on Epiphany’s bad side.