‘General Hospital’ Spoilers: Oscar Nero Desperate, Willing To Embrace Dawn of Day For Salvation – Drew Falls For Trap, Gets Badly Triggered By Smooth-talking Shiloh

‘General Hospital’ spoilers relate Dawn of Day is still a big topic among Kristina Davis’ (Lexi Ainsworth) closest, Laura Webber (Genie Francis) and Ava Jerome (Maura West) are still dealing with the emotional fallout from the Kevin Collins/Ryan Chamberlain (Jon Lindstrom) switch, and Anna Devane (Finola Hughes) continues her search for answers. 

‘General Hospital’ Spoilers: Oscar Nero Desperate, Willing To Embrace Dawn of Day For Salvation – Drew Gets Triggered By Smooth-talking Shiloh

That’s what Valerie Spencer (Brytni Sarpy) is basically feeling. She stops by the pub to try making things right after their previous fight. This doesn’t go the way she planned, and they end up in a discussion about Dawn of Day that leads to Kristina telling her she’s a negative influence and needs to be cut out of Kristina’s life. This leads Valerie to go elsewhere for refreshment of a much stronger variety as she remembers the kiss she and Kristina shared once.

Meanwhile, an increasingly worried Sam McCall (Kelly Monaco) and Molly Davis (Haley Pullos) are watching this exchange from across the pub. When Kristina gets to the table and tells them about cutting Valerie off, this leads to even more concern and Sam makes an excuse to leave. By now, Alexis Davis (Nancy Lee Grahn) has arrived. The subject of the Not-Kevin drama comes up, and Molly is horrified when Kristina uses it as a sales pitch for some Dawn of Day classes. Molly calls Kristina out for her reaction to their mother being alone with a  serial killer. Alexis quickly breaks things up by pointing out that she is okay, and is seeing a new therapist of the non-evil variety. 

Once Molly and Kristina are alone, sister asks some very big questions. Like, when was the last time she had a thought that didn’t come from Shiloh? Kristina argues that Dawn of Day has changed her life, but Molly sees it more as taking over Kristina’s life and gives her a dose of cold, hard reality: You’re indoctrinated, and a member of a cult. Hmm. Wonder if sister is now going to be “toxic” as well? 

Also related to this story, we find out that Willow Tait (Katelyn MacMullen) has a mark similar to what Daisy (Kelsey Wang) and Harmony (Inga Cadranel) were sporting on her back. We see this after an ill-fated walk with Harrison Chase (Josh Swickard) leads to them getting rained on. Harrison offers to give her a rain check (pun intended) on their meal, and offers to let her borrow something of his while he puts her dress in the dryer. It’s when Willow is changing back into her outfit that we see the mark. 

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Also today: Oscar Nero (Garren Stitt) is apparently scared out of his mind, and has reached out to the DoD. Kim Nero (Tamara Braun) and Drew Cain (Billy Miller) are a little concerned about this, as Shiloh has appeared at the hospital to offer help. She basically turns him down, then tells Drew once they’re alone that charlatan is written all over this guy. We’re inclined to agree, but we also think that this scared kid has the right to do whatever will make him feel better. We’re also sort of low-key hoping that there’s a miracle waiting to happen… 

The fallout continues

The real Kevin might be wishing he’d just stayed locked up at this rate. Ava mistakes him for Ryan at first and slaps him. It’s only when Scott Baldwin (Kin Shriner) steps in to assure her that this is the real one that she backs off some. She’s still upset, though, and doesn’t want any of his help—even if it’s a referral to someone else. She’s apparently had enough of opening herself up to people. 

He’s not doing any better with Laura. Lulu Falconeri (Emme Rylan) is shocked when her mom doesn’t jump on Alexis’ offer to officially invalidate the divorce and wants to know why. Laura relates what happened, and how hurt she is that Kevin never told her about his brother. Later on, as Kevin is getting discharged, Laura tells him that she thinks it’s a good idea if he stays elsewhere for now.

Memory drama continues

Anna has called in Andre Maddox (Anthony Montgomery) to speak to him about the study he did, using the original one that Anna was an unwilling participant of. She wants to learn more in her quest to figure out what memories belong to her. Andre got rid of his own material, but the original study is still there to read. They come to the conclusion that there’s pretty much only one way she’s going to get answers: talk to Alex Marick (Finola Hughes). 

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