The General Hospital recap for Tuesday, November 23, 2021, features the mourning of a fallen hero, a baby in crisis, and a lie compounded.
General Hospital Recap Highlights
Drew Cain (Cameron Mathison) and Britt Westbourne (Kelly Thiebaud) may be on the mend, but things do not bode well for Jason Morgan (Steve Burton). The beloved hitman is MIA and presumed deceased, given that an excavation team has found no signs of life in the collapsed tunnels. The fact that the news was delivered by Anna Devane (Finola Hughes), who was also once presumed dead, should not be read into.
GH Recap: Paternity Pickle
Valentin Cassadine (James Patrick Stuart) is not Bailey’s father – and neither is Harrison Chase (Josh Swickard), no matter how much he insists. And that’s because there is no Bailey, only Louise. Yes, it’s complicated and frustrating, but Chase, Brook Lynn Quartermaine (Amanda Setton), and Maxie Jones (Kirsten Storms) are sure that they’re doing the right thing by that precious little girl. Good thing there’s no road that leads to a bad place that’s paved with such a thing as good intentions.
General Hospital Recap: Tea and Sympathy
Sasha Gilmore (Sofia Mattsson) is out of the woods, but baby boy Brando is fighting for his life in the NICU…so of course, Carly Corinthos (Laura Wright) thinks that this is the perfect time to air her grievances about Nina Reeves (Cynthia Watros). Ugh, Nina. She’s all kinds of awful. Look at her, sitting there by Sasha’s bedside, offering her support.
Luckily for Sonny Corinthos (Maurice Benard), who seems pretty damn over having to listen to Carly complain about Nina, along came Gladys Corbin (Bonnie Burroughs) – a broken woman in need of some serious comfort. Harrumph, says Carly. How dare anybody, or anything interrupt what she has to say.
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