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General Hospital Spoilers: Bittersweet Port Charles Thanksgiving

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Brand-new General Hospital spoilers for November 21-23 promise an emotional and life-changing week for your favorite Port Charles pals. Turkey Day is coming, and you all know what that means.

Just as Thanksgiving approaches, life for the Corinthos clan gets more interesting. Dante (Dominic Zamprogna) and Jordan (Vinessa Antoine) prep for Sonny’s arraignment while Jason (Billy Miller) and Sam (Kelly Monaco) decide whether to help Curtis with his investigation.

By the end of the week, Laura (Genie Francis) and Sonny (Maurice Benard) spend some Thanksgiving time together as they bond over the loss of their sons.

Meanwhile, Carly (Laura Wright) can’t bring herself to give Sonny any forgiveness during this holiday week. However, Jax (Ingo Rademacher) is there for her and comforts her as the two grow closer.
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That doesn’t mean she has no feelings for Sonny, as she still struggles with how to move forward. She also has no idea Nelle (Chloe Lanier) is once again eavesdropping on a private conversation.

Carly also has no idea how much Ava (Maura West) is responsible for her heartache, but Scott (Kin Shriner) does. He’s determined to help Ava for some reason, even if it risks his relationship with Lucy (Lynn Herring) as he tries to get his hands on that placebo bottle.

Alexis (Nancy Lee Grahn) has another tension-filled Thanksgiving dinner, but it’s not as humorous as last year.

She has a confrontation with Julian (William deVry), who threatens to tell Sam about her drinking. Tensions…continue reading on the next page —>

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