The General Hospital (GH) recap for Monday, November 20 features even more people completely believing Original Jason is Jason. And that’s ok because it’s a pretty logical assumption.
“Sorry We Thought The Other Guy Was Jason”
After discussing Perks with Sonny (Maurice Benard), Original Jason (Steve Burton) stopped by the Q house to say goodbye to Monica (Leslie Charleson) who is leaving for a New Mexico spa. She just didn’t want to deal with family for the holidays when everyone will be scattered.
She also didn’t want to deal with Olivia (Lisa LoCicero) and her cheesy holiday decorations in HER house, especially when they weren’t even going to be there for Thanksgiving dinner.
But, back to Original Jason and his meeting with Michael (Chad Duell). Like Carly (Laura Wright), Michael felt guilty for believing the other guy was Jason for the last two years and Original Jason was like “don’t sweat it.”
Ned Is Worried
However, after Ned (Wally Kurth) got a load of the two of them together, he also knew that was the actual Jason and worried about ELQ because Chatty Jason bought it with money that maybe wasn’t really his.
Ned also worried because Edward’s will throws everything into question if a new Q comes along. Well, hello, Andrew Q.
Spies Like Us At Thanksgiving
Over at Anna’s (Finola Hughes), Felicia (Kristina Wagner) and Mac (John J. York) gushed over Finn (Michael Easton) and were thrilled to see Robin (Kimberly McCullough)–and her kids who were off camera. Then, Finn stopped by and the two kept up the ruse.
Happy Ending? Is It Over?
Meanwhile, Cassandra (Jessica Tuck) approached Sonny and Valentin (James Patrick Stuart) learned she is busy creating a synthetic opioid.
And then there’s Man Landers where it seemed to be a happy ending when Chet (Chris Van Etten), Amy (Risa Dorken), and Nathan (Ryan Paevey) went on a live social media stream to explain why Amy did what she did. Then, book sales spiked and all was right with the world again.
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