The General Hospital recap for Thursday, November 19, 2020, features Britt FINALLY putting two and two together, Sam and Cyrus settling on a course of action, and Dante getting used and abused.
General Hospital Recap Highlights
An anxious Britt (Kelly Thiebaud) slept beside Brad’s (Perry Shen) hospital bed ensuring that she would be present for his awakening. When Brad finally did come to, he couldn’t remember the circumstances of his attack.
But some gentle prodding from Britt began to clear the cobwebs. He remembered being confronted by some of Cyrus’s (Jeff Kober) cronies…but he couldn’t fathom why Cyrus would want him dead. If anything, it should have been Julian (William de Vry) who would have hired the hitmen.
Luckily, Britt was able to fill in some missing blanks. Thanks to Jason (Steve Burton), she knows that Cyrus has been trying to get Julian on his side…and what better way than to eliminate the “loose end” that is Brad. With that sure and certain knowledge, the conversation then turned to how exactly Brad was going to stay alive and well. Good thing Britt has an acquaintance or two.
Over at the Metro Court, Sam (Kelly Monaco) and Jason were forced to come to a drunk Alexis’s (Nancy Lee Grahn) rescue when she got on the wrong side of Cyrus’s nerve. Afterward, Sam convinced her mother to swing by the Morgan apartment; then she revealed to Jason that she’s planning to stage an intervention.
While Sam set about contacting Alexis’s loved ones, Jason escorted Danny (Porter Fasullo) to The Floating Rib in order to introduce him to the art of pool. Their arrival at the haunt coincided with Julian receiving an order to plant the bomb at the same location…which also counts Lulu (Emme Rylan), and Laura (Genie Francis) among its patrons.
Soldier Boy, Part II
Meanwhile, Dante (Dominic Zamprogna) handed over copies of Peter’s (Wes Ramsey) surreptitiously-obtained files. When he attempted to question his handler’s motives, he was subjected to hypnosis and ordered to “complete the mission.” General Hospital airs weekdays on ABC. Check your local listings for airtimes.