The General Hospital recap for Thursday, September 16, 2021, features Sonny Corinthos being faced with a choice – die as “Mike” or embrace his true Carly-loving, gangster self.
General Hospital Recap Highlight
Turns out that Jasper “Jax” Jacks (Ingo Rademacher) isn’t the only one opposed to rescuing Sonny Corinthos (Maurice Benard) from the fire engulfing The Tan-O. The first responders have declared the structure too unsound to enter, so it’s looking highly unlikely that the object of Nina Reeves’s (Cynthia Watros) most recent obsession will make it unscathed.
Which is bad news for all – especially Sonny, seeing as how the ghost of his dead father just managed to get him to see the light and accept all the memories that he’s turned his back on…which includes the smashing of lots of glassware, the near-fatal bullet he pumped into his son, and gorgeous, loyal Carly Corinthos (Laura Wright).
GH Recap: Aisle Be Seeing You
Yes, gorgeous, loyal Carly…who’s currently in Port Charles marrying the second greatest love of her life, Jason Morgan (Steve Burton). And sure, the wedding is not without its detractors – not to mention a horde of unsavory types plotting to usurp the Corinthos Organization – but it’s, so far, a lovely affair.
General Hospital Recap: Child’s Play
Color Olivia Falconeri Quartermaine (Lisa LoCicero) furious! How dare Austin Gatlin-Holt (Roger Howarth) insinuate that there is something wrong with her precious Leo; and adding insult to injury is her ever-loving hubby, who’s pushing her to not dismiss the good doctor’s concern. A hex upon the both of them!
GH Recap: An Offer Refused
Try as she might, Gladys Corbin (Bonnie Burroughs) just can’t convince Brando Corbin (Johnny Wactor) to throw in with Vincent Novak (Glenn Taranto) and his crew. It’s like her son doesn’t want to caddy for yet another mobster. The nerve!
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