General Hospital Spoilers: Tensions Rise, Twin Experiment Mystery Comes Back Into Picture – Anna Accuses Jason Of Hiding Info

General Hospital spoilers relate that Jordan Ashford’s (Briana Nicole Henry) situation has gotten a little more complicated, Ava Jerome (Maura West) has no idea what she’s getting into, things get testy between Robert Scorpio (Tristan Rogers) and Peter August (Wes Ramsey), and Not-Kevin Collins’ (Jon Lindstrom) clock is running out. Let’s catch you up on all the General Hospital spoilers in your General Hospital recap, just in case you missed it.

General Hospital Spoilers: More bad news

While Jordan has come through surgery okay, Curtis Ashford (Donnell Turner) is upset to learn that she’s going to need a transplant due to the injuries in her remaining kidney.

Nina Reeves (Michelle Stafford) is there with Curtis all the way, and we’re kind of liking her a little more than we have recently. She gets the doctor to break down all the medical talk into terms they can understand, then offers encouragement to Curtis in regards to the transplant. She even decides to go to his place and get him a change of clothes, since Curtis is clearly not going anywhere. This is where she has a small hand in the murder storyline. As she’s digging for keys in Jordan’s purse, she finds Jordan’s phone with a missed call and message from “Urgent”. Looks like someone is out of luck…

Clock’s ticking

Speaking of the someone… Not-Kevin is surely fuming over Franco Baldwin (Roger Howarth) getting the upper hand on him. What he doesn’t know is, that missed call from “Urgent” was Franco telling who the killer is. Even without that knowledge, Not-Kevin ain’t stupid. He knows he’s in deep and has a plan for that. He uses his recent attack as an excuse to not waste more time. He wants to cross the Canadian border and marry Ava today. Then, he wants to go elsewhere for a honeymoon. Ava is game, but is concerned about staying away too long, due to Avery Jerome-Corinthos (Ava and Grace Scarola). He says they’ll ‘play it by ear’. Translation: Say goodbye, Ava, because he’s not planning for either of you to return.


Meanwhile, Elizabeth Webber (Rebecca Hebrst) is shocked when a bleeding Franco appears on her doorstep. She takes him in and assists as best she can there. Franco wants her to call the cops, but she also wants the paramedics there—something Franco seems to object to. We’re guessing he doesn’t want to risk getting put under before he can make sure they know about Ryan Chamberlain being the killer. Apparently deciding not to chance things, he tells Elizabeth he’d lied about committing the killings, and who the real killer is. And only in soap world will Jordan still have a job, should she fully recover. After all, she did go rogue and put a private citizen in harm’s way.


While all that is going on, Lulu Falconeri (Emme Rylan) continues to dig. She, with the help of Felicia Scorpio (Kristina Wagner) and Mac Scorpio (John J. York), manage to find out that those two names Lulu remembers are definitely unsolved murder victims. Not only that, their licenses are missing, as with the recent killer and Ryan’s victims. Since Laura Webber saw the list in Not-Kevin’s office, they suggest that talking to Not-Kevin is the next step.

The episode ends with Not-Kevin looking at the licenses of his other victims before stashing them away in the back of the car. Carly Corinthos (Laura Wright), who is also suspicious of certain elements and warned to stay clear of Ferncliff by Jason Morgan (Steve Burton), is seen coming up behind Not-Kevin at the end of the episode. How much did she hear? We’ll have to see. Again…. Not really avoiding stress, Carly. #justsaying

Tensions rise

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Finally, we have more talk about the twin experiment. They learn that Peter has been holding out on them, and he finally admits that while he never worked for Arthur Cabot (Time Winters), he did work for someone that should have had a lot of the study material at their disposal. This leads to a very tense exchange between him and Robert, and a hint that maybe Peter really is his father’s son.

Anna Devane (Fionla Hughes) takes this information and questions Jason about the time he was held and what he might have seen/heard. He claims to have been too drugged to have heard anything more about the other patients, and Anna is suspicious that Jason might have done something to the man who’d held him.

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