The General Hospital recap for Tuesday, May 4, 2021, features all eyes on Cameron and everyone desperate to hunt down Jason and Britt.
General Hospital Recap Highlight
A panicked Elizabeth (Rebecca Herbst) received a summons to the hospital parking garage. Upon arrival, she was greeted with the sight of her eldest son in handcuffs. Cameron (William Lipton) swore left, right, and center that he hadn’t done anything wrong…and he certainly didn’t shoot anyone with the gun he was caught holding. Perish the thought!
But Jordan (Briana Nicole Henry) insisted that this investigation would be conducted by the book – hey, there’s a first time for everything – so the young man was placed under arrest on suspicion of…something. Firing a gun we presume, because surely to goodness Jordan can’t think he, a teenager, got the drop on an armed mob lackey.
Meanwhile, Jason and Britt made it to the safehouse, but the former was in dire straits. The gaping bullet wound he was sporting needed to be sewn up ASAP, and an emergency blood transfusion was in order. But where to get the vital fluid? Why from Carly’s (Laura Wright) own body of course. Thank goodness she and her bestie are so compatible!
Read The Room
After having the mother of all awkward encounters with Brando (Johnny Wactor), and seeing off Cyrus, Sasha (Sofia Mattsson) swung by Chase’s (Josh Swickard) room to chat with him and Willow (Katelyn MacMullen).
When Finn (Michael Easton) entered to check his (maybe) son’s vitals, the women excused themselves and went off for a private confab. Sasha acted all kinds of shady, then heaped copious amounts of praise onto Willow for reuniting with Chase. Yes, it was an extremely uncomfortable situation for Willow, but she took it in stride.
Fancy Meeting You Here
After giving about half her lifeblood to Jason, Carly tore out of the safehouse, dressed herself to the nines, and crashed the meeting of the five families. Color Cyrus (Jeff Kober) slightly impressed…but mostly furious. General Hospital (GH) airs weekdays on ABC. Check your local listings for airtimes.