The General Hospital recaps for March 22-26, 2021, features Nina prioritizing revenge, Brook Lynn and Maxie insisting that they’re taking charge of their lives, and Cyrus proposing a fair trade.
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Nina (Cynthia Watros) paid the inhabitants of The Tan-o a visit, and was shocked to find Sonny Corinthos (Maurice Benard) hobnobbing with Phyllis (Joyce Guy) and Lenny (Rif Hutton).
When she realized that he was suffering from amnesia and under the impression that his name was Mike (which it kind of is, technically) and that she was a manifestation of one of his dreams, Nina placed a call to Carly (Laura Wright).
But before she could reveal Sonny’s predicament, Nina was subjected to a barrage of unnecessary abuse from Carly…so she simply decided to let sleeping dogs lie.
Baby Daddy Drama
Maxie (Kirsten Storms) continued to insist that she was under no illusion where Peter (Wes Ramsey) was concerned. She knows that he’s bad news, and she’ll not be sharing custody of her daughter with the madman. And she has the perfect plan to solidify her desire.
Meanwhile, Brook Lynn (Amanda Setton) refused to confirm or deny that she plans to leverage being pregnant with Valentin’s (James Patrick Stuart) child to ensure that the Quartermaine’s regain controlling interest in ELQ. But be aware, she most certainly DOES have a plan.
Kevin (Jon Lindstrom) managed to deprogram Dante (Dominic Zamprogna) off-screen, which greatly pleased all the women in his life. But Olivia (Lisa LoCicero) still worried about the long-term implications…not to mention the fact that no one knows whether or not Dr. Kirk had a partner-in-crime.
The Mother Load
Brando (Johnny Wactor) learned that his mother is the witness insisting that she saw Jason (Steve Burton) disposing of the weapon that killed Franco Baldwin (Roger Howarth) – and threw her under the bus at the first available opportunity.
The news was relayed to Carly, whom Cyrus (Jeff Kober) cornered and offered a deal to. If she ensures the swift and safe return of his mother, then he’ll arrange for Glady (Bonnie Burroughs) to suddenly remember that, “Woops! I got it all wrong right from the start.”
Now that was music to Carly’s ears, but pragmatic Jason doesn’t see the issue as being that easily resolved. He may be stoic, but he isn’t dumb. General Hospital (GH) airs weekdays on ABC. Check your local listings for airtimes.