On General Hospital, Ryan really enjoys killing people… while pretending to be mild-mannered doctor Kevin.
So far, the most important character Ryan (Jon Lindstrom) has killed is Kiki (Hayley Erin). He didn’t manage to do the same to Lulu (Emme Rylan). She likely inherited Luke (Anthony Geary) and Laura’s (Genie Francis) indestructible genes.
Lulu doesn’t remember who stabbed her, though. And Ryan is not a fan of loose ends. Will he go after Lulu on Valentine’s Day…or someone else.?
Almost 9,000 fans predicted the odds of a very bloody Valentine:
Red Letter Day
Absolutely, 75% of you predict. Ryan won’t be able to resist. He does enjoy his major holiday slayings (remember Mary Pat’s head in the bobbing for apples barrel on Halloween?). And red is Valentine’s Day signature color, after all. Ryan is nothing if not thematic.
Plus, he’s got to get rid of Lulu, not to mention anyone else who might be annoying him at the moment. Hey, is it too much to hope for that he might decide to off Valentin (James Patrick Stuart)?
Valentin doesn’t exactly fit Ryan’s usual profile, but, come on, look at the poetic symmetry. Valentin dead on Valentine’s Day. It’s the St. Valentin Day Massacre. (Not that Valentin has ever been a saint…) Of course, then we’d have to do without James Patrick Stuart, so scratch that…
It would be too obvious, 25% of the audience dismisses. Everyone is on high alert, and Ryan isn’t stupid. If anything, he deliberately won’t kill over Valentine’s Day, to confuse the police and throw suspicion off himself.
Ryan is trying to frame Franco (Roger Howarth), which makes sense and is a lucky break, too. So few people have another serial killer living in the same town they can use to throw the heat off themselves.
But he won’t do it on a major holiday. Franco and Liz (Rebecca Herbst) might have plans… (Of course, that didn’t stop him when Jordan and Curtis had plans).
General Hospital (GH) airs weekdays on ABC. Check your local listings for airtimes.