The General Hospital recap for Wednesday, November 17, 2021, features Carly Corinthos once again making it all about herself, a missing child, a baby endangered, and more.
General Hospital Recap Highlights
How to best learn about one’s husband’s missing nine months? Apparently, it’s sit down with the woman who cared for him, pretend like you want to have a conversation in which you’ll just be listening, and then steer said conversation towards your own feelings. Yeah, Carly’s (Laura Wright) got this whole thing on lock.
If only Carly’s entire world hadn’t come crashing down around her, thanks to the sight of her sworn enemy, Nina Reeves (Cynthia Watros), talking with their shared grandson. Silly Nina. Doesn’t she realize that Carly knows best when it comes to every other woman’s child? And Carly knows that Nina is bad, bad news, and should never be around Wiley.
GH Recap: Desperately Seeking Leo
They searched high; they searched low; they searched the nearby ice cream truck, but Leo Falconeri was nowhere to be found. Luckily, Ned Quartermaine’s (Wally Kurth) research into the actions of children on the Autism Spectrum, resulted in the location of the octopus-loving tyke. Score one for Ned and Dr. Austin Gatlin-Holt (Roger Howarth) – with an extra point to Ned for finally earning back Olivia Falconeri Quartermaine’s (Lisa LoCicero) trust.
General Hospital Recap: Mama Drama
Spencer Cassadine (Nicholas Alexander Chavez) may (FINALLY!) have Esme Prince’s (Avery Kristen Pohl) number, but Gladys Corbin (Bonnie Burroughs) is under the impression that it was Brook Lynn Quartermaine (Amanda Setton) who imprisoned her and Sasha Gilmore (Sofia Mattsson) in the Jerome Gallery’s storeroom…thank goodness Brando Corbin (Johnny Wactor) was on hand to rescue the ladies – and to get an in-labor Sasha to GH!
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