‘General Hospital’ (GH) spoilers feature a Hail Mary move, an appeal to vanity, and more desperation to save Wiley from Shiloh Archer (Coby Ryan McLaughlin). If you missed the action, let’s catch you up with our General Hospital rundown.
‘General Hospital’ (GH) Spoilers: Harmony Takes Fall For Shiloh, Jason Incensed – Stone Cold Vows To Kill the Shyster Now!
Nina is desperate to do anything that will help Crimson reach the goal she’s been given. So much so, she’s lowered herself to ask Ava Jerome (Maura West) to be their next cover story. She does everything possible, including appealing to Ava’s vanity by pointing out she’d be dressed in the latest couture and shot by an award-winning photographer. Ava isn’t excited about having her story out there more for people to laugh and judge in the supermarket line, which Nina takes offense to. Crimson’s no tabloid, after all.
Taking a different tactic, she goes on about the women who’d been hurt by men as well that would be helped. She even mentions that getting her side out there will sway public opinion, and maybe even help her trial.
Later, Nina comes back to the Crimson offices to tell Jasper Jacks (Ingo Rademacher) that she’s gotten Ava for the cover. As for Jax, Bobbie Spencer (Jacklyn Zeman) is surprised and thrilled he’s in town. She’s even happier to know he’s part owner of Aurora Media and planning to stick around.
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General Hospital (GH) spoilers: Anything it takes
Willow Tait (Katelyn McLaughlin) gets Diane Miller (Carolyn Hennesy) to visit her in her classroom (seriously? This parade of visitors never ends, and is not going to look good for her later) to talk Wiley. She’d been scared to meet anywhere else, because Dawn of Day people could be anywhere. She tells Diane about the Albany records switch and suggests that maybe Diane’s records should disappear as well. Diane, of course, refuses, and says she really doesn’t want to know more. To settle Willow down, she goes on about her stellar record as an attorney, then assures her that Shiloh would have a hard time getting his hands on info that proves the kid is alive. And if he does, it’d be through illegal means, which is inadmissible. Plus, this kid is connected to Sonny Corinthos (Maurice Bernard), and Sonny always gets his way. Ha!
As for the others in the Save Wiley campaign, Carly Corinthos (Laura Wright) isn’t a fan of Julian Jerome (William deVry) being involved. Lucas Jones (Ryan Carnes) smooths the situation over some, but this is definitely going to be interesting to see who screws this up first because of personal animosity.
General Hospital (GH) spoilers: Hail Mary Pass
Shiloh has once again gotten himself out of a mess. Just as he was about to be taken off to jail, Harmony (Inga Cadranel) shows up and takes the blame for drugging Sam McCall (Kelly Monaco) and Kristina Corinthos-Davis (Lexi Ainsworth). She swears it was all her idea and Shiloh had nothing to do with it. He plays the indignant role, supposedly furious at his fellow DoDer doing something like this. Because of the confession, there’s no option other than to release Shiloh and take Harmony into custody.
Julian, Carly, and Kristina are obviously freaked out when Shiloh appears at the pub to get one of Kristina’s magic lattes. They are not very friendly with him, and Julian actually kicks him out. Shiloh claims that he has no grounds for that, but we call foul. Every business has the right to refuse service, buddy. Especially to people who they believe harmed them. #JustSaying.
Also upset about this turn of events is Sonny. He’d been so glad that things worked out for Kristina, making all the trouble he’d gone to worthwhile. Harrison Chase (Josh Swickard) is the one who breaks the news, then asks him and Jason Morgan (Steve Burton) not to take the law into their own hands. He’s determined he will build a case against Shiloh and DoD, but anything happening to our resident cult leader will look bad on them. When Chase leaves, Sonny tells Jason that whatever happens can’t be traced back to them.
The episode ends with Shiloh calling a hospital’s birth records office. He’d been given the suggestion (and list of hospitals) by a nurse who is a big fan of DoD, and also sympathetic to a father being denied his rights.