‘General Hospital’ Spoilers: Accidental Overdose or Shiloh Murder? – Willow’s Father’s Death Mystery Takes Interesting Turn!

'General Hospital' Spoilers: Accidental Overdose or Shiloh Murder? - Willow's Father's Death Mystery Takes Interesting Turn!

Dev’s return means trouble and questions for Sonny, Teen distrustful of WSB sneaks into Port Charles on fake passport.

General Hospital (GH) spoilers reveal the truth about Willow Tait’s (Katelyn MacMullen) involvement in her dad’s death, Neil Byrne’s (Joe Flanigan) problems with treating Alexis Davis (Nancy Lee Grahn), and the reason Dev (Ashton Arbab) suddenly showed up. If you missed it, let’s catch you up in your General Hospital rundown.

General Hospital (GH) spoilers: Patient troubles

The newly-reinstated Kevin Collins (Jon Lindstrom) has his first patient: fellow shrink Neil. It seems that the situation with Alexis is getting tough, and he isn’t sure how to handle things. While Kevin thinks a shared experience can be used well as a guidepost for his patient, he agrees it wouldn’t be a good idea to talk about it after learning it’s an ongoing issue still. A raw wound being talked about could muddy the waters until it’s not clear who’s treating who.

Meanwhile, Diane Miller (Carolyn Hennesy) and Alexis are having a meal together when Alexis brings up the shared therapist situation, and how she’s curious about him. Taking the initiative, Diane does some searching and finds out that Neil’s daughter passed away several years ago.

General Hospital spoilers: The blame game

Speaking of loss, Willow is encouraged by Michael Corinthos (Chad Duell) to open up a bit more about what she’s talking about. She’s admitted at the end of the last episode that she’d killed her father.

Turns out, not quite. She’s just carrying around a lot of guilt for how things turned out, and taking the blame. It seems that her father was the first to question Shiloh, which caused a falling out. One day, her father wanted to meet with her, but Willow postponed their meeting until the next morning at the last minute.

Why? Because Shiloh (Coby Ryan McLaughlin) decided that would be a good night for her initiation to the Trust. When Willow showed up to her father’s hotel the next day, she discovered him dead of the alleged overdose. She points out how big the dose was, claiming that’s evidence her father wanted to die, and she wasn’t there like planned. She could’ve stopped it. Michael disagrees, and assures her that dwelling on the could’ve-beens won’t help. We do have to wonder, did Shiloh kill Willow’s father? Circumstances seem fishy at best, and timing of his “overdose” right around the same time as Willow’s initiation? Yeah…

General Hospital spoilers: Clearing things up

Sonny Corinthos (Maurice Bernard) is taken aback by seeing Dev at the PCPD. He tells Harrison Chase (Josh Swickard) he wants to speak to him and clear up this situation. While meeting with Dev, Sonny learns that the teen who helped him in Turkey snuck into the US on a fake passport that might not stand up to much scrutiny. He apparently wanted to get out of there so he didn’t face fallout from what he’d done to help Sonny, but he also didn’t trust the WSB. He had apparently gone by Sonny’s (without the guards noticing) before ending up at Lulu Falconeri’s (Emme Rylan), where he scared off the real robber. Someone on Sonny’s payroll is getting so fired. Like, yesterday. If they’re lucky.

Sonny, despite he and Lulu still trying to figure how he supposedly scared off a burglar who was described as much bigger than him (or how he got so much detail so fast), decides to help the guy out. He tells the cops everything was a misunderstanding, then takes Dev back with him and Josslyn Jacks (Eden McCoy).

General Hospital spoilers: New proposition?

Kim Nero (Tamara Braun) is still somewhat reeling from Julian Jermone (William deVry) turning down her baby idea when Elizabeth Webber (Rebecca Herbst) drops by with food. Kim asks her to stay a bit, and they talk about the proposal she made, as well as Julian’s reaction, and how she doesn’t know what to do with herself if she’s not being a mother. Elizabeth understands her, but also points out that she will never not be a mom.

After Elizabeth leaves, Kim ends up looking at a picture of her, Oscar Nero (Garren Stitt), and Drew Cain (Billy Miller) from when Oscar won an award. She then calls and asks to meet Drew. Could she possibly make a similar proposition to him?