The General Hospital recap for Wednesday, August 28, 2019, features a not-so-cordial reunion, history revisited, and a new job offer for good ol’ Curtis Ashford.
Elizabeth (Rebecca Herbst) was surprised to see Dranco (Roger Howarth) at her door and she did her best to welcome him and make him feel comfortable — although they weren’t off to a great start since he only wanted to be addressed as Drew and didn’t seem particularly interested in learning anything about Franco’s life.
In fact, the only thing Dranco wanted to talk about was Franco’s past as a killer, which Elizabeth blamed on the tumor. Dranco didn’t seem to buy that explanation outright. Furthermore, he broke Elizabeth’s heart by taking off his wedding ring and insisting that she keep it since it means nothing to him.
At GH, Cameron (William Lipton) ran into Jason (Steve Burton) and took the opportunity to ask Sonny’s right-hand assassin about his own personal struggle with memory loss.
Jason cautioned Cameron not to push Franco too hard to conform to his old ways but Cameron was adamant that Franco had to be snapped out of his delusion — especially for Aiden and Jake’s sake.
Jax (Ingo Rademacher) found Nina (Cynthia Watros) sitting in the hospital’s hallway and he asked her about Sasha. Nina railed at Jax and blamed him for her daughter’s condition, convinced that he is either working for Cassandra or he at least knows her location.
Jax did his best to assure Nina that he wasn’t in league with the devious blonde and he warned her that Valentin (James Patrick Stuart) knows more than he’s letting on.
Valentin summoned Curtis (Donnell Turner) to GH and asked him to track down Cassandra and deliver her before the PCPD finds her first. Working independently, Sonny (Maurice Benard) visited Nina and insisted that she and Valentin tell him everything about Cassandra so he can “handle” her himself.
Nina didn’t take kindly to the mafioso’s interference and when Sonny wouldn’t take no for an answer, Jax stepped in and offered his assistance. General Hospital airs weekdays on ABC. Check your local listings for airtimes.