‘General Hospital’ (GH) spoilers for reveal that Lulu Falconeri (Emme Rylan) has made her decision, Peter August (Wes Ramsey) has a ways to go, Willow Tait (Katelyn McMullen) has a scare, and everyone is dealing with the aftermath of Shiloh’s (Coby Ryan McLaughlin) scheme. If you missed it, let’s get to the highlights in a ‘General Hospital’ breakdown.
General Hospital Spoilers: Lulu Makes A Decision About Her Future With Dante
Robert Scorpio (Tristan Rogers) asks to meet Lulu today. He’s learned from Bureau contacts that Dante Falconeri (Dominic Zamprogna) has been moved again following the incident with Peter. He tells her that he’s afraid that all deprogramming has been halted in order to focus on more immediate concerns. He says there’s no return for Dante in the foreseeable future.
‘General Hospital’ spoilers: Sins of the father
Later, he stops by the Crimson offices to speak with Maxie Jones (Kirsten Storms). She’d been there stressing about handling hers and Nina’s (Cynthia Watros) jobs as well as the wedding prep now that Nina is focused on Sasha Gilmore’s (Sofia Mattsson) health crisis. He catches her in a lip lock with Peter and goes off on her.
He blames Peter for what happened, but Maxie insists it was her who pushed getting that visit. He doesn’t care, because he’s Cesar Faison’s (Anders Hove) son. He thinks that Peter will never be anything other than trash.
‘General Hospital’ spoilers: Making a choice
Lulu and Willow end up chatting today. She thinks Willow’s a brave woman to escape Shiloh and move forward. She’d love to tell WIllow’s story. Willow’s reluctant to go public, but she does share off the record that it was about her baby. She realized that, after years of following her parents’ example of finding someone to think for them, she had to think for herself. It was about taking control of her life now that she was responsible for another.
Lulu seems to take inspiration from that and hurries off to see Maxie. At the Crimson offices, she says she’s made a decision. She doesn’t want a divorce, as she took her vows seriously, but she’s also not going to fight Dante in court. Um… okay. So, she’s basically decided to do nothing and just let the divorce happen.
‘General Hospital’ spoilers: Panic time
Meanwhile, Willow has gotten a text that couldn’t have come at a worse time. She’d been speaking to Lulu about being married to a cop and the fear that Lulu experienced all the time. She’d told Willow she would take mental snapshots of Dante before he left and pray it wouldn’t be the last time she saw him. So, obviously Willow has to get a text from Harrison Chase (Josh Swickard) right after Lulu leaves that says police business came up and he’s at the hospital.
Willow freaks and races there, only to find Shiloh being taken away in cuffs. After a brief confrontation where she says he’ll never be Wiley’s father, she finds Chase and is relieved to know he’s okay. Chase apologizes for the confusion and says he’ll do his best when she begs him not to scare her like that again.
‘General Hospital’ spoilers: Cam’s rage
After Cameron Webber (William Lipton) and Franco Baldwin (Roger Howarth) were found by Curtis Ashford (Donnell Turner), Drew Cain (Billy Miller), Elizabeth Webber (Rebecca Herbst), and Chase, they’re brought to GH. Cameron is feeling guilty over what happened, as he is technically the reason Franco is now unconscious. He’s also angry. He ends up seeing Shiloh being led away from the hospital following a quick checkup and loses it. He tries to jump Shiloh, but Drew stops him. He later explains that assault is still assault, no matter who the victim is and he and Elizabeth already have enough to deal with. He just hopes that the procedure didn’t work and his memories stay lost, as they should be.
‘General Hospital’ spoilers: Elizabeth’s hope
Before the assault attempt, Cameron was apologizing to Liz for what happened. She says he did nothing wrong and she’s proud of him for offering assistance to someone he thought was in need, even if it turned out to be Shiloh. Cameron tells her that Franco offered himself up in Cameron’s place, reasoning that no one would really miss him. Cameron adds that Franco said to tell Elizabeth he loves her and he’ll be back. This gives Elizabeth hope as they wait for him to wake up. She has faith that if he promised he’d be back, that’s exactly what will happen.