ABC ‘General Hospital’ Spoilers For April 6: Trina Demands Answers – Nikolas Has Buyer’s Remorse; Jason Has Enough

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ABC ‘General Hospital’ (GH) spoilers for April 6th reveal there’s some more tension in the Cassadine marriage. We also will see Trina Robinson (Sydney Mikayla) going for Jordan Ashford (Brianna Nicole Henry), while Jordan’s stressing the deal with Cyrus Renault (Jeff Kober). We’ll also see some more of Jason Morgan’s (Steve Burton) meeting with Sam McCall (Kelly Monaco). Let’s take a look at the day’s preview and teasers.

ABC ‘General Hospital’ Spoilers For April 6: Playing House

It looks like things are not going well for Nikolas Cassadine (Marcus Coloma). After getting strong-armed into marrying Ava Jerome (Maura West), both parties are looking for their way out. But ‘General Hospital’ spoilers indicate Ava is the calmer of the two. On April 6th, the preview shows she will psyche up Nikolas to act like family. Meanwhile, Nikolas will be doing a lot of souls searching about this whole thing. Teasers specifically relate to him thinking about the consequences of what he’s done. Might we see him starting to turn his back on the Cassadine fortune obsession?

ABC ‘General Hospital’ Spoilers For April 6: On The Edge

We’re not sure who needs therapy more: Trina or Nikolas Cassadine (William Lipton). They’re both in weird places right now, but we think Trina might be the one to really worry about. It seems Josslyn Jacks (Eden McCoy) will agree, as she will vow to find Trina if she needs her. We assume that means she knows about the accusations against Marcus Taggert (Réal Andrews). We also assume that Trina either gave Cam the slip, or demanded he leave, as he’d promised to make sure she’s okay the last time we saw him.

In related news, we know what Trina’s plan of action will be after she stormed off. General Hospital spoilers indicate Trina will charge into the Ashfords, demanding to know where Jordan is. Looks like Jordan won’t be able to catch a break. First, she had to deal with a stressed-out Molly Lansing-Davis (Haley Pullos), now she’ll have Trina to contend with. And we’re sure Trina will be a lot more aggressive.

ABC ‘General Hospital’ Spoilers For April 6: Free And Clear

As for Cyrus, it looks like he goes free on Monday, April 6th. Laura Webber (Genie Francis) and Kevin Collins (Jon Lindstrom) attempted to get Cyrus committed, but Robert Scorpio (Tristan Rogers) warned them it won’t work. We assume they must come up with and enact another plan Monday. The promo shows a shocked Laura demanding to know how “this” happened. We assume “this” is his release, as Cyrus will respond that he has connections.

Meanwhile, Jordan will be a desperate woman Monday. She’s already helped him get drugs in town, and threw her team under the bus to let Cyrus go free. It appears Cyrus is taking his time keeping his end of the bargain up because the promo features her wanting to know where her son is.

ABC ‘General Hospital’ Spoilers For April 6: Corinthos-Related Drama

Finally, let’s talk some family problems. On Monday, Jason says he can’t do this anymore. Given his conversation with Sam on Thursday, we assume he’ll mean trying to work around Sam’s parole conditions. It’s getting pretty dicey, for sure. And Jason’s proving to have his kids’ best interests at heart, something we think Sam is slacking on a bit.

And we expect to see some more Mike Corbin-related (Max Gail) stuff on Monday as well. Carly wants to know what Sonny Corinthos (Maurice Bernard) will do. Given the way things ended the last time we saw him, we think this relates to how he’ll tell Mike he’s not coming back home with him. Possibly, she’ll be talking a little more long-term as well, since it looks like Sonny might have to make some hard choices soon, as Mike’s condition has deteriorated so fast.

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