General Hospital spoilers for Wednesday, August 26, 2020, reveal Nelle still on the run, Michael still trying to think, and yet more strange people stopping by to comfort Willow. You won’t want to miss a surprising moment of this new episode.
General Hospital Spoilers Highlights
Carly (Laura Wright) stays with Michael (Chad Duell) as he worries about what Nelle (Chloe Lanier) might do if Wiley ever becomes a burden to her. Nelle is still driving (probably having missed taking that turn on Occidental), and she babbles more to Wiley, lamenting the sacrifices she makes for him. Uh-oh. Is Michael’s big fear already coming to pass?
With the police nowhere in sight, it looks like it’s up to Sonny (Maurice Benard) to get the answers from Brook Lynn (Briana Lane) about her attack, because of course. He’s the mobster out for justice. Well, who needs the PCPD, as Sonny gets the confirmation he needs? Working another angle elsewhere, Jason (Steve Burton) thanks someone for coming. Hmm…
Chase Gets A Clue
Chase (Josh Swickard) gets a lead from Jabbering Jogger, the ridiculous woman who likes to work out alone at night on a deserted road. He asks her if Nelle said anything about where she was going, but since Nelle was pretty careful not to tip her hand, this clue may not pan out the way Chase wants. Still, he’ll never let up on his Janelle.
Meanwhile, no-longer-his Willow (Katelyn MacMullen) finds comfort from yet another unlikely source. As if it wasn’t strange enough to have Nina (Cynthia Watros) come by to sit with her, now Sasha (Sofia Mattsson) drops by, telling Willow that she never imagined something like this could happen in a million years. ‘Cause, really, whoever thought Nelle could be dangerous?! Hmm…
Epiphany To The Rescue
Epiphany (Sonya Eddy) is shocked by something (which seems odd, since she knows everything that happens at General Hospital), but she doesn’t let it stun her for long. Spoilers say that she steps in to help. Of course, she would! General Hospital (GH) airs weekdays on ABC. Check your local listings for airtimes.