The General Hospital recap for Thursday, January 21, 2021, features a number of truths coming to light, including whose truly responsible for Alexis’s legal predicament — and the favor Franco asked of Jason.
General Hospital Recap Highlights
After some prodding from Olivia (Lisa LoCicero), Ned (Wally Kurth) finally came clean about his one-night stand with Alexis (Nancy Lee Grahn)! The revelation was punctuated by Alexis’s sudden appearance and her demand that further truths be outed…namely that it was Tracy (Jane Elliot) who set her up on the drunk driving charge.
Tracy, for her part, attempted to stick to the script. But Sam (Kelly Monaco) and Olivia had her number. And proof that backed up Alexis’s story. Tracy admitted to her scam, and Sam issued a much-deserved apology. Then Alexis braced herself to do the same. Here’s hoping that Olivia will hear her out.
Planning For The Future
A frustrated Elizabeth (Rebecca Herbst) returned home and demanded some answers from Franco (Roger Howarth). Why was he seeking an audience with Jason (Steve Burton)? And what did the two of them talk about?
Franco’s reply that he had asked Jason to kill him in the event that he returned to his psychopathic ways didn’t sit well with Elizabeth, who rushed out to confront her ex.
Anna (Finola Hughes) and Kevin (Jon Lindstrom) met up and discussed Dante’s (Dominic Zamprogna) treatment and the suspicious death of Dr. Kirk. Kevin managed to get his hands on his colleague’s patient files…but the one on Dante proved too heavily redacted to read. Still, Anna convinced herself that this was proof that something untoward is afoot. Well, that and the fact that Dr. Kirk was treating Liesl (Kathleen Gati)!
After getting quite the history lesson where her brother was concerned, a suspicious Britt (Kelly Thiebaud) allowed him unfettered access to her hospital computer. Then she checked out his search history. Now why in the world is Peter (Wes Ramsey) concerned with Franco’s health? General Hospital airs weekdays on ABC. Check your local listings for airtimes.