The General Hospital recap for Tuesday, March 3, 2020, features Valentin continuing to scheme, Brook Lynn being stymied, Finn and Anna getting nowhere, and Ned making a grab for power.
General Hospital Recap Highlights
After promising Alexis (Nancy Lee Grahn) that he will reclaim what he feels is owed to him, Valentin (James Patrick Stuart) made his way to the pier and caught Julian (William de Vry) intimidating Linc (Dan Buran).
A Valentin Plot
When Julian took his leave, Linc complained to his partner-in-crime that he hadn’t signed up for being threatened by mobsters. However, Valentin cautioned that the incident proved just how desperate Brook Lynn (Amanda Setton) is to extricate herself from his contract.
At the Metro Court, Brook Lynn conferred with Julian over his confrontation with Linc. She was less than pleased to learn he hadn’t extracted a promise to free her from her predicament.
When a fed-up Julian told her she was now on her own, Brook Lynn threatened to let Lucas (Ryan Carnes) in on her suspicions but Julian told her to go ahead – the end result would be his murder and she would be responsible.
Later, Brook Lynn was confronted by Linc who offered a way out – sign away her ELQ shares to him. Do that, and his contract will be null and void.
Failure to Communicate
Anna (Finola Hughes) chanced upon Violet (Jophielle Love) and Finn (Michael Easton) at Rice Plaza and indulged the little girl’s wish to stay and visit. When it came time for Violet’s ice skating lesson, Anna and Finn broached the subject of reuniting but he told her it wouldn’t be possible. Not as long as she still continued to blindly trust Peter (Wes Ramsey).
New Man In Charge
Ned (Wally Kurth) readily accepted Michael’s (Chad Duell) plea to helm ELQ as interim CEO while he devotes his time to Wiley. However, when pressed by Olivia (Lisa LoCicero), Ned revealed that he had no plans of stepping down whether Michael decided to return or not. Tracy (Jane Elliot) would be so proud. General Hospital airs weekdays on ABC. Check your local listings for airtimes.