The General Hospital recap for Thursday, September 12 features a history lesson, the Corinthos family in a tizzy over Josslyn, news for Nina and Valentin, and a near-miss for Liesl.
Curtis (Donnell Turner) and Laura (Genie Francis) met for coffee and a discussion about Helena Cassadine. Not surprisingly Laura wasn’t thrilled at the prospect of talking about the woman who not only cursed her marriage to Luke — and ensured its destruction — but fed into Stavros’ obsession with her.
However, her curiosity was piqued — and her tongue loosened — when Curtis revealed that her insight just might assist in taking Valentin (James Patrick Stuart) down and pave the way for Spencer to safely return to Port Charles.
Sonny (Maurice Benard) and Dev (Ashton Arbab) managed to track Josslyn (Eden McCoy) down at Charlie’s and they escorted her back to the house where Jax (Ingo Rademacher) and Carly (Laura Wright) were waiting.
The parents tried to handle the situation with class and decorum but later Carly broke down in front of her daughter over the hours she agonized wondering if Josslyn could have possibly been taken by a Corinthos enemy.
She begged Joss to always be honest and to keep her parents apprised of her location. Inside the house, Dev talked to Sonny about Josslyn and wondered if his being in the house was causing trouble. Unbeknownst to either party, Dev eavesdropped on Carly telling Sonny saying that he (Dev) had to go.
Nina (Cynthia Watros) was ecstatic that Sasha will be home soon but she and Valentin worried about Cassandra. Nina stopped by the Crimson offices to inform Drew about Jax and his vendetta against her husband but Jax had to inform her about Drew’s disappearance.
Liesl (Kathleen Gati) arrived at Charlie’s pub for a drink — and found a new gin sipping gal pal in Ava. When Liesl passed out, Julian (William deVry) considered honoring Brad’s request to kill her but he couldn’t bring himself to use the sharp knife he had steadied at her neck. General Hospital airs weekdays on ABC. Check your local listings for airtimes.