General Hospital spoilers indicate that Brad Cooper (Parry Shen) continues to push Dawn of Day, Hamilton Finn (Michael Easton) gets some brotherly advice, and Franco Baldwin (Roger Howarth) makes an appeal to Nina Reeves (Michelle Stafford). In case you missed the General Hospital spoilers, catch up now with some highlights in today’s General Hospital recap.
‘General Hospital’ Spoilers: Rejected – DoD Fanatic Brad’s Attempt To Recruit Lucas Ends In Failure, Shiloh Gets Desperate With Sam
Finn and Harrison Chase (Josh Swickard) bond a little today, as Chase talks Finn into sharing a little truth. Chase points out that if they’re going to make a go at a brotherly relationship, they should probably share whatever’s going on with them. Finn admits hat he’s been having bad timing with a proposal to Anna Devane (Fionla Hughes). As only a brother (or a close friend) can do, Chase cuts through all the bull and excuses, and tells him that he needs to just ask her already, regardless of this thing from her past that’s hanging over her.
General Hospital Spoilers: Parental Appeal
Franco, after the latest incident involving Aiden Spencer (Jason David), has decided to take matters into his own hands and go to the source of some problems: Charlotte Cassadine (Scarlett Fernandez). He tells Nina what’s been going on, including the latest names Aiden’s been called. Nina, of course, is defensive at first, but softens when he asks if Aiden should be forced to ride it out the rest of the year.
He appeals to the ego a bit by talking about what a trendsetter Charlotte is in school. He thinks that if Charlotte makes friends with Aiden, the other kids will ease up. Nina agrees to set up a playdate for them. We’re thinking he doesn’t understand kids at all. While this is a possibility, the very likely scenario is that Charlotte will end up becoming an outcast as well, but who knows? This is soap world, so everything could work out. Then again, it could get worse. We’ll have to see what happens.
GH Spoilers: Dawn of Trouble
Brad is all excited to share the wonder that is Shiloh (Coby Ryan McLaughlin) with Lucas Jones (Ryan Carnes) and their son. Lucas isn’t exactly excited, as the whole new age thing isn’t for him. That doesn’t stop Brad from trying to get Lucas to join him at a seminar after learning Lucas won’t have to cover at work after all. Lucas says he’d just as soon have a quiet night at home with their son and learn something from that. Brad reluctantly agrees.
Meanwhile, Sam McCall (Kelly Monaco) is asked by Shiloh to use her investigative skills to help find Kristina Davis (Lexi Ainsworth) after learning that, if she was kidnapped on Sonny Corinthos’ (Maurice Bernard) orders, she could be anywhere. Sam at first thinks he’s going to ask her to run a con on Jason Morgan (Steve Burton) to get answers, but agrees to do what she can after learning he just wants her to do some digging.
As for Sonny, he and Jason have a mini-confrontation with Margaux Dawson (Elizabeth Henderickson). During the course of their discussion, she quotes Shiloh, which very much disturbs Sonny. He shares the quoting thing with Jason, as he’s been reading Shiloh’s book on Neil Byrnes orders, which worries them both more. If she’s on his side to that level, it’s going to make their lives a lot harder. Sonny gets even more disturbed when he learns from Michael Corinthos (Chad Duell) that Willow Tait (Katelyn MacMullen) has said anyone who is about to go through with that ceremony has shared sensitive intel on themselves and/or someone close to them.
As for Willow, she is more in than ever on trying to help, despite Michael trying to keep her out of an “alleged kidnapping”. And again, we get a kick out of how Michael and the others sometimes casually throw out “alleged” and hint at Sonny’s real work.