The General Hospital recap for Wednesday, January 27, 2021, features Peter engaging in some fear-mongering, Alexis overreacting, Sasha preparing to lay herself bare, and Nina identifying a peculiar piece.
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Peter (Wes Ramsey) made sure The Invader published a story concerning the return of Franco’s (Roger Howarth) tumor. The same tumor that was allegedly responsible for his murderous misdeeds.
All of Port Charles was aghast at the news, but none more so than Franco, who stormed off to confront Peter. He caught him engaging in an argument with a disgusted Britt (Kelly Thiebaud), inflicted a bit of pain, and wound up being dragged away by Dante (Dominic Zamprogna).
When Peter made a move to sick the authorities on Franco, Britt hinted that she would tell all about him using her hospital computer to get his scoop…and Peter, in turn, issued a chilling threat. A chilling threat that was overheard by an eavesdropping Jason (Steve Burton)!
Upon learning about Franco’s condition, Alexis (Nancy Lee Grahn) and Sam (Kelly Monaco) set off to confront Elizabeth (Rebecca Herbst) at GH. The confrontation escalated quickly – and with little reason – leading Alexis to seek shelter in an exam room where she sipped from a flask and eyed an empty syringe.
A Friend In Need
Meanwhile, Nikolas (Marcus Coloma) struggled to process Franco’s diagnosis, as well as Elizabeth’s revelation about Franco’s request to Jason. When comforted by Ava (Maura West), he got down on one knee and proposed another wedding…this one based on actual love rather than blackmail.
Talk To Me
Though Jackie (Kim Delaney) initially worried that her interview subject would be a no show, Sasha (Sofia Mattsson) arrived bright-eyed and bushy-tailed and ready to proceed.
But before sitting for the camera, little Avery insisted that Sasha don her “good luck charm.” And when the interview began, Nina’s (Cynthia Watros) eyes were immediately drawn to the necklace that should belong to her daughter! General Hospital airs weekdays on ABC. Check your local listings for airtimes.