The General Hospital recap for Monday, June 10 features the residents of Port Charles having the proverbial rug pulled out from underneath them when a villain manages to evade justice and gain a new ally.
Jason (Steve Burton) arrived at the hospital to make sure that the rumors about Shiloh’s (Coby Ryan McLaughlin) arrest were true and Chase (Josh Swickard) assured him that it was.
In his hospital room, Shiloh was delighted to learn that his nurse was a follower of Dawn of Day doctrine and he manipulated her into offering her services in helping him find his son.
Kristina (Lexi Ainsworth) arrived for work at Charlie’s and interrupted a heated exchange between Julian (William deVry), Carly (Laura Wright) and Lucas (Ryan Carnes).
In her classroom, Willow (Katelyn MacMullen) revealed to Diane that the documents concerning Wiley’s adoption had been removed and she insinuated that Diane should destroy her copy as well. Diane preferred a more legal approach and tried to ease Willow’s still lingering doubts.
Nina (Michelle Stafford) made her pitch to Ava (Maura West) about gracing the cover of Crimson’s September issue but Ms. Jerome wasn’t buying what Nina was selling. However, Nina pointed out that Ava’s story was a relatable one (perhaps she binged Bravo’s Dirty John) and tempted her rival by claiming her story could inspire other women.
Nina returned to her office and excitedly told Jax (Ingo Rademacher) – -fresh off a reunion with Bobbie (Jacklyn Zeman) – -that Ava had agreed to her request.
Just as Chase began escorting Shiloh from his hospital bed to the police department Harmony (Inga Cadranel) arrived and confessed to being the person who drugged both Kristina and Sam.
Later, Chase arrived at Sonny’s and revealed to him and Jason that Margaux, in her last act as D.A., dropped the charges against Shiloh.
He implored both Sonny and Jason to refrain from taking any action against Shiloh as they would be suspects were Shiloh to be killed.
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