The General Hospital recap for Thursday, April 1, 2021, features Liesl and Scott bonding over Franco, Sonny putting a target on Nina’s back, and Maxie and Britt putting their heads together.
General Hospital Recap Highlight
After catching Scott (Kin Shriner) giving Jason (Steve Burton) hell for murdering Franco (Roger Howarth), Liesl informed him that his son’s killer was actually Peter. Then, she let Jason know that she was throwing him her support – and he’s damned lucky that she’s doing so.
Afterward, Liesl and Scott retired to the Metro Court bar to toast Franco and share remembrances. Once they had partaken of just a few too many libations, Scott escorted Liesl to her room, and she extended an invitation for further discourse. Scott of course accepted, and Liesl was more than pleased.
Date With Destiny
Nina’s (Cynthia Watros) under the impression that her prospects are improving – when things couldn’t be further from the truth. Sure, Sonny (Maurice Benard) as Mike is flirting up a storm, and Elijah, that good-looking developer, is also sniffing around…but don’t expect a love triangle to form.
Elijah isn’t too happy that little Miss Reeves, she who runs that “fashion rag,” might be interfering in nefarious plans for Nixon Falls; and Smike isn’t exactly in a position to pitch woo seeing as how he’s suffering from amnesia and actually married. Nina, tread lightly.
Brother vs. Brother
Cameron (William Lipton) angered Jake (Hudson West) by insisting that Jason killed Franco – and his blindspot where the notorious hitman is concerned has seemingly resulted in Cameron’s losing a brother AND a best friend. Because Josslyn (Eden McCoy) is just as big a Jason apologist as her mama is.
Women Of Action
Britt (Kelly Thiebaud) gave joining Maxie (Kirsten Storms) in her scheme to fake a stillbirth a hard pass…but then Peter (Wes Ramsey) swung by and she witnessed his attempt to con Maxie.
Now she’s all the way in! What could possibly go wrong? General Hospital (GH) airs weekdays on ABC. Check your local listings for airtimes.