‘General Hospital’ (GH) spoilers reveal that Lulu Falconeri (Emme Rylan) is still embarrassed about the Haunted Star incident, and Sonny Corinthos (Maurice Bernard) and Jason Morgan (Steve Burton) have serious questions about Peter August (Wes Ramsey). There’s also a desperate move by Shiloh (Coby Ryan McLaughlin) to avoid his much-deserved comeuppance and an explosive fight over Franco Baldwin (Roger Howarth). If you missed it, let’s get to your ‘General Hospital’ recap.
‘General Hospital’ spoilers: Horror stories
Lulu has just gotten off the phone with Dustin Phillips (Mark Lawson) when Maxie Jones (Kirsten Storms) comes along. Lulu fills her in on what happened on the Haunted Star and Maxie goes from “You’re lying” to cracking up as she tries to envision this mortifying moment in Lulu’s life.
For her part, Lulu isn’t as amused and actually feels bad for jumping into bed with a guy so fast. Maxie thinks it’s fine, so long as she keeps her head about her. If things start getting too serious, Maxie promises to give Lulu a wake-up call.
‘General Hospital’ spoilers: Questions
Sonny Corinthos and Jason are sitting nearby when Jason gets a phone call from Shiloh. He says that a story on him will be appearing tomorrow in The Invader. He thinks this will be of great interest to Jason, and makes a point of saying Peter had green lit the article.
Sonny and Jason both find this odd and decide to question Maxie. Maxie’s defensive of Peter at first, but the fact Shiloh went out of his way to namedrop Peter is clearly making her wonder about a few things.
‘General Hospital’ spoilers: Desperate times
As for Peter, he visits Shiloh again. Shiloh isn’t pleased he’s not out yet, and makes sure Peter knows about the call to Jason. He makes it very clear that if he’s not out before that hearing, Peter’s going to have a problem. Peter promises to take care of the situation and leaves.
Later, he meets a guy he’d fired earlier for failing to complete his job and offers him the 30% he was yet owed, as well as a bonus if he’ll take care of Shiloh.
‘General Hospital’ spoilers: He’s mine
Elizabeth Webber (Rebecca Herbst) decided to drop by when she learned Frankendrew was with Kim Nero (Tamara Braun). Things gets uncomfortable quick when Elizabeth sees them kissing.
Frankendrew apologizes, but says he can’ be the man she wants. He then leaves, telling Kim to meet him somewhere if she changes her mind about leaving with him.
Now alone, Elizabeth believes she and Kim need to have a talk. She can’t believe that Kim slept with her husband, but Kim is fully under Frankendrew’s thrall. She calls him Drew over and over during the fight, which just makes Elizabeth angrier. She accuses Kim of taking advantage of someone who is not in his right mind and betraying her own man.
Kim counters that Franco is Drew Cain (Billy Miller) in his heart and mind and she doesn’t want to lose him again. She reminds Elizabeth that this whole thing is experimental, there’s no baseline for Franco’s memories like with Drew and the flash drive, and Kim needs to accept reality. She’s seen many experimental things fail. Plus, Frankendrew doesn’t want the procedure, so there’s nothing to be done. Elizabeth says, “Watch me.”
‘General Hospital’ spoilers: Runaways
Kim leaves a Dear John letter for Julian Jerome (William DeVry) after getting his answering machine. She’d left a cryptic thank you message, then left her apartment. She meets with Frankendrew, who says they can go wherever she wants. She isn’t sure where that is just yet, so they decide to go to the airport.
Before they can leave, a couple of men come along and take Frankendrew into custody. Kim is frantic and about to call the cops, but Elizabeth steps into sight and tells her not to bother. Kim can’t believe what she’s done.
‘General Hospital’ spoilers: In other news
Josslyn Jacks (Eden McCoy) still can’t bring herself to fully move on yet. She thinks Oscar Nero (Garren Stitt) deserves a little extra mourning, while Cameron Webber (William Lipton) is still hurting over Frankendrew. He thinks he finally got what he wished for, and he regrets once wishing Franco would disappear.