The General Hospital recap for Thursday, November 5, 2020, features Franco giving Jason a much-dreamed-about opportunity, Alex’s best-laid plans going to kaput, and Cyrus getting outwitted.
General Hospital Recap Highlights
Franco (Roger Howarth) summoned Jason (Steve Burton) to the Floating Rib, informed him of his recent medical diagnosis, and requested to meet his death at his rival’s hand. At first, Jason refused to entertain the notion. Then, he accused Franco of trying to set him up on a murder charge.
But Mr. Baldwin insisted that he was on the up and up. The brain tumor was back and there was a chance that he would revert to his serial killer ways. If that happens, he wants Jason’s assurance that he won’t be allowed to hurt the ones he loves.
Alex (Finola Hughes), still maintaining the premise that she’s Anna (Finola Hughes), treated Peter (Wes Ramsey) and Maxie (Kirsten Storms) to dinner. When Maxie was forced to answer the call of nature, Alex took the opportunity to attempt a reconciliation with her son…and feed his darker impulses.
Across town, at the warehouse district, Anna and Valentin (James Patrick Stuart) struggled to free themselves from the trap Alex had laid. With seconds to spare, Anna was able to remove her handcuffs, do the same for Valentin, and assist him out the door.
Robert (Tristan Rogers) was called to the scene of the explosion where he reunited with his ex. She took his phone, called Finn (Michael Easton), and pleaded with him to leave the house. But before he had a chance to do so, Alex appeared at the door!
Curtis (Donnell Turner) rushed to Jordan’s (Briana Nicole Henry) bedside only to learn that her collapse had been staged. He was further informed that the plan had been Portia’s (Brook Kerr) idea.
With a diagnosis of overwork and complications related to her kidney transplant, Jordan has prescribed bed rest. And a consultation with a specialist offered the perfect cover for the Ashford’s to snoop into Cyrus’s (Jeff Kober) personal affairs. General Hospital airs weekdays on ABC. Check your local listings for airtimes.