General Hospital (GH) spoilers has the return of Nelle Benson (Chloe Lanier), unrest over the Ava Jerome (Maura West) feature idea, a possible double-cross from Shiloh (Coby Ryan McLaughlin), and Lulu Falconeri’s (Emme Rylan) first undercover date. If you missed the General Hospital spoilers, let’s get to the highlights.
‘General Hospital’ Spoilers: Shiloh Has Willow Where He Wants Her, Plans For Baby Wiley To Be the Future Leader of Dawn of Day !
Carly Corinthos (Laura Wright) is furious to learn that Crimson is considering putting Ava on the cover. Jasper Jacks (Ingo Rademacher) explains that Maxie Jones (Kirsten Storms) believes it’s the best move for Crimson to increase sales. He also tells her how he blew the deal, which Carly is happy about.
She explains how Ava switched Morgan Corinthos’ (Bryan Craig) medication, sending him into a manic episode that lead to his death. Jax is sympathetic to her story, but he has an idea now. He was already supposed to meet with Ava about possibly smoothing over the deal, so he thinks Carly needs to get Ava to seal it out of spite.
That way, she’ll expose herself for who she really is all over the world. Carly loves the idea and can’t insult Ava enough when she arrives. Jax is apologetic and offers to at least buy Ava a drink before she walks. Ava doesn’t think there’s a need for walking after all. Finally, the world is going to know her story.
General Hospital spoilers: Baby drama
Carly’s test results reveal there’s a chance the baby could have a birth defect. To rule this out (or find out what the defect is/how serious), Carly’s scheduled for a Level 2 ultrasound as soon as possible.
Elswhere, Shiloh has gotten the proof that Willow Tait (Katelyn MacMullen) had his baby, and he’s ready to use it—and maybe Harmony (Inga Cadranel). He visits his possibly former right hand in jail to tell her the good news. The only problem is, he needs her to sign off on money from offshore accounts to pay a lawyer. He wants his kid back now. Harmony is rightfully wondering about her own lawyer and what he’s going to do to get her out. He swears that he needs her to see this confession thing through, and he’ll turn his attention to her once he’s got his child. After all, his kid’s the future of Dawn of Day.
General Hospital spoilers: You’ve been served
Willow is contemplating whether she should go to her support group with Michael Corinthos (Chad Duell) arrives for the same meeting. She now feels really bad about it, as people like him are actually dealing with a dead child. He doesn’t see anything wrong with her going, if that’s what will help. He also offers his help, as well as that of Sonny Corinthos (Maurice Bernard) in protecting Wiley.
He assures her that every legal protection is on her side, but his dad can be a good stand in if the law fails. This freaks her out just a little, but she’s appreciative that so many people care. Micheal’s just suggested they go somewhere else to get a treat after missing the meeting when Willow is approached by a woman. He tries to stop her, but Willow takes the envelope offered.
Inside is an order to appear in family court with Shiloh. The man himself is watching and gloating a bit when Michael sees him and steps between him and Willow. Shiloh walks off with a smug smile, looking every bit the creep he is.
General Hospital spoilers: It’s fate
Finally, we have a return character: Nelle. She just happens to be in the same place as Ryan Chamberlain (Jon Lindstrom). She’s well-aware of his story and chats him up. The two soon discover they have a lot in common, including being down a kidney and hating the same people. Ryan thinks this is fate, and they’re going to help each other.
This is going to create some possible issues for Brad Cooper (Parry Shen), who switched her baby with Willow’s dead one. Julian Jerome (William DeVry) are discussing Wiley’s situation when Julian asks if the real birth mother is definitely out of the picture, because she’s the real threat, not Shiloh.
General Hospital spoilers: Strike One
Lulu goes on a date with a random guy from one of the sites she signed up for. After chatting the man up a bit, she confesses that she’s not really looking for love. There’s no reason to keep the date going, because the robber that sets women up through the site stands them up. Sonny happens to see her out with someone else and approaches her after the would-be suitor leaves. She admits why she’s there, and how she is a bit lonely. She’s not sure how long she’s supposed to live life in a limbo, but she does know she had no interest in the dating thing.