‘General Hospital’ (GH) spoilers finds Curtis Ashford (Donnell Turner) and Jordan Ashford (Brianna Nicole Henry) at odds, while the Willow Tait (Katelyn MacMullen) situation gets worse. If you missed all the General Hospitalspoilers, let’s talk highlights.
General Hospital (GH) spoilers: Not so fast
Josslyn Jacks (Eden McCoy) is thrown a curveball today when Jasper Jacks (Ingo Rademacher) suddenly tells Maxie Jones (Kirsten Storms) that he’d like to discuss Joss having a summer internship at Crimson. Maxie can’t be happier and thinks she’ll have Joss running the place by the end of the summer.
As soon as she and dad are alone, she confronts him over having made a decision like that without talking to her about it first. He feels bad about pulling a Carly Corinthos (Laura Wright), but he saw how excited Joss looked when talking to Maxie before, and he thought the opportunity would be good for her. He leaves the whole thing up to her before tending to some other business.
When Maxie returns, Joss admits that she wouldn’t mind working there, but she just doesn’t like the methods. Plus, Jax had completely misunderstood the talk she had with Maxie before.
Talk soon turns to the séance, and Joss tells Maxie everything, as well as how good she felt knowing they might have made contact, and how it gave her a little closure. Ava Jerome (Maura West) overhears the whole thing when she returns from trying on an outfit for her cover shoot (she’d hated most of Maxie’s choices, btw). As she listens to Joss talk, she glances down at the phone alert she’d gotten earlier. It was a confirmation message for “Dinner with Kiki”. She’d been ready to cancel when she first saw it, but hearing Joss apparently changes her mind. She confirms the reservation. Might we be seeing another attempt to contact the beyond?
General Hospital spoilers: Trouble ahead?
Jordan really upsets Curtis today when he finds out she’d left the hospital by herself earlier. He tracks her down at the PCPD, where she’d been expressing her gratitude to everyone. Curtis pulls her aside and reads her the riot act. He’d wanted to bring her home. Plus, she still needs to recover. Jordan worries that her disability pay won’t be enough to get by. Curtis tells her not to worry about that.
Earlier in the episode, he’d accepted the job with Aurora Media. Jordan’s surprised to learn he’s taking a corporate gig, and hates the idea he’s just doing it because of her. He insists he’s got no problem with it, and it will end up being a win/win. The job will pay him a good salary while he does the private eye thing for Valentin Cassadine (James Patrick Stuart) at the same time. Not only that, but he’ll be protecting Drew Cain (Billy Miller) by uncovering any shady business. Jordan’s still iffy, but they don’t really have much of a choice.
General Hospital spoilers: Beginning of the end?
It’s a good news/bad news kinda day in regards to Willow/Dawn of Day. The good news is, Willow’s been invited back to teach again at PC Elementary. Even Nina Reeves (Cynthia Watros) thinks that it’s a good thing, but there’s one hitch. Willow has to cut out before nailing down a deal because she’s already late for that hearing.
Meanwhile, Diane Miller (Carolyn Hennesy) is freaking out that her client isn’t there and doing her best to argue in Willow’s favor. She even takes a moment to call Harrison Chase (Josh Swickard) to get her there, which she accomplishes. The bad news is, by the time Willow arrives, the judge is already prepared to rule. He ends up ordering Willow to turn over any information regarding the child to Shiloh’s (Coby Ryan McLaughlin) attorney. Shiloh looks pretty pleased with himself, but Willow isn’t.
Elsewhere, Brad Cooper (Parry Shen) is having the anxiety attack from Hell over the hearing today and what it might mean. He, of course, gets over dramatic about it and informs Bobbie Spencer (Jacklyn Zeman), Lucas Jones (Ryan Carnes), and Carly that he’s dying. Bobbie says there’s no sign of anything that serious, but she gets very serious after learning the situation with Wiley, as well as the records stealing. She is angry, and leaves to confront Julian Jerome (William DeVry) about it. She thinks he just ruined everything.