The General Hospital recap for Thursday, March 12, 2020, features Jordan getting terrible news, Britt offering some comfort, Willow serving drinks (in a most unusual fashion), and a momentous decision revisited.
General Hospital Recap Highlights
At Pentonville, Jordan’s (Briana Nicole Henry) demand for answers was interrupted by a text message that Cyrus (Jeff Kober) insisted she answer. Jordan was then shocked to find a picture of an injured and imprisoned TJ.
Afterward, she returned home to find Curtis (Donnell Turner) and Stella (Vernee Watson) catching up and rather than use her DEA training, Jordan blew up at the both of them arousing immense suspicion.
That’s What Friends Are For
Over at the PC courthouse, Brad (Parry Shen) was elated by Britt’s (Kelly Thiebaud) arrival – though he did admonish her for not returning his calls. She revealed that it had been tough trying to readjust to the outside world and the battle to get her medical license reinstated was equally trying.
Britt praised Brad for not throwing Julian (William de Vry) under the bus, even if that’s exactly what she would have done. She also encouraged him to fight back against Nelle (Chloe Lanier) and listened in horror as Brad explained her mother’s role in the baby swap and her multiple acts of blackmail.
A Willow-WileySupport System
While Chase (Josh Swickard) and Michael (Chad Duell) discussed Nelle, the mutual thorn in their sides, their lady loves headed for Charlie’s. Unluckily for them, Nelle was also dining at the establishment.
Though the dining somewhere else, they settled on staying put and not allowing Nelle to dictate their haunts. After overhearing Nelle say that she planned to change Wiley’s name, Willow confronted her and responded to the villainess’s further insults by emptying a drink on her face!
Once dinner (and the show) was over, Sasha (Sofia Mattsson) headed back to he Q mansion where she and Michael once again broached the subject of marriage – perhaps it wasn’t such a foolish idea after all.
What Matters Most
Over coffee with Ned (Wally Kurth), Brook Lynn (Amanda Setton) reaffirmed her commitment to family and her desire to work at ELQ. Even though she had no idea how to operate a multi-line phone system, or use a word processing program or how to make a spreadsheet, or… General Hospital airs weekdays on ABC. Check your local listings for airtimes.