The General Hospital recap for Wednesday, December 8, 2021, features Maxie Jones asking Sonny Corinthos an all-important question, Martin Grey fighting for his life, and Willow Tait debating whether she should, or shouldn’t, keep her big gob shut.
General Hospital Recap Highlights
Sonny (Maurice Benard) is spitting mad – and it’s all Peter August’s (Wes Ramsey) fault; so Peter has got to die. Oh, and Peter? Nice try at that attempt to blackmail the Dimpled Don. Even if you had photographic evidence of Sonny and Nina Reeves’s (Cynthia Watros), frankly, chaste romance it wouldn’t do you a lick of good.
Props are also due to Dr. Austin Gatlin-Holt (Roger Howarth). Despite having no dog in this particular fight, he’s throwing his total support behind Maxie (Kirsten Storms). Heck, he even offered to kill Peter himself – though Maxie may just have to settle for those jabs Austin gave Peter earlier in the day…but she does like this idea of Peter not being alive anymore. Sonny, can you make that happen?
GH Recap: Witless Protection
As far as days go, Martin (Michael E. Knight) has had better. First, Laura Collins (Genie Francis) refused to watch Christiana Comes Home with him – the nerve! Then, a very persistent hitwoman managed to infiltrate the safe house and wrap a cord around Martin’s neck…Laura would be very displeased if she weren’t luxuriating in a nice warm bath.
General Hospital Recap: Truth Be Told?
Sonny loves Carly Corinthos (Laura Wright). Carly loves Sonny. And Nina wants to know why Willow (Katelyn MacMullen) would want to ruin all of that by being – gasp! – open and honest with Carly when it comes to Nina and Sonny’s Nixon Falls-set romance.
Wouldn’t it just be better for all concerned if that truth just stayed buried? Besides, it’s not like Willow is a stranger to lying. In fact, she’s quite good at it.
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