The General Hospital recap for September 30-October 4, 2019 features all the drama and joy in the lives of your Port Charles pals.
General Hospital: No Good Deed
Shiloh (Coby Ryan McLaughlin) was a bully, a rapist and apparently a secret wizard because he is managing to upend the life of his most favorite victim — Sam McCall (Kelly Monaco) — from beyond the grave.
First, a VERY suspicious acting nurse came forward with damning testimony that seems to indicate that Sam committed cold-blooded murder when she shot and killed Shiloh rather than acting in defense of Jason (Steve Burton).
Then, Dawn of Day devotee Daisy arrived armed with an audio recording that purportedly features Sam saying she wanted to see Shiloh dead for his litany of crimes against her and her family.
And Police Commissioner Ashford (Briana Nicole Henry) seemed to be doing her damnedest to make sure that Sam sees the inside of a jail cell. What’s up with that? Wasn’t she JUST on Sam and Jason’s side a few weeks ago?
Person of Interest
As soon as Sam was bailed out of jail, she and Jason started snooping. Despite never mentioning it during her many q&a sessions with the police, Sam divulged that she believed Shiloh had an accomplice who was poised to help him make his escape off The Haunted Star and into Canada.
Jason interviewed Dev (Ashton Arbab) about anything he might have overheard during his stint as a hostage and the boy remembered that Shiloh placed a phone call to someone and demanded money from them.
Furthermore, he let them know that he thought something is up with Peter August (Wes Ramsey), the man who drove him and baby Wiley from the docks to GH.
Baby Corinthos decided to make her debut to the outside world two weeks early. The impromptu C-section went off without a hitch and the delicate surgery needed to patch up her exposed spine was completed in record time and without complications so you just know something is gonna go wrong with the little tyke in the future.
When you are going to loudly discuss a secret in a public area the least you can do is check to make sure there is nobody else around who can overhear what you’re saying. That’s just secret-keeping etiquette 101. But apparently uber-villain Liesl (Kathleen Gati) skipped that day’s lesson at evildoers school.
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