The General Hospital spoilers for November 4-8, 2019, reveal an insidious marriage-busting plot, a change of scenery for Peter, and a whole lot of trouble for a whole lot of characters.
General Hospital Spoilers Highlights
Julian’s (William deVry) worry that Brad (Parry Shen) will fumble and reveal the truth about Wyatt’s true parentage spurs him into taking drastic action. Spoilers reveal that he procures a particularly prurient selfie and texts it to Brad’s phone.
Lucas (Ryan Carnes) sees the offending image and immediately jumps to the conclusion that Brad is cheating on him with the racy photograph’s owner. Brad will, of course, deny the charges but his attempts to challenge the sender only wind up making him look more guilty.
Then, in the middle of the argument, Brad receives another message from Liesl (Kathleen Gati) which he is unable to show Lucas. Taking his husband’s refusal to share his phone screen as proof he has something to hide, Lucas takes Wiley and hightails it to Carly’s (Laura Wright).
Brad turns to Julian and is shocked when his father-in-law not only admits to setting him up but then demands that he split town. But rather than submit to another person’s blackmail, spoilers have Brad tracking Lucas down and ratting out Julian and his audacious scheme.
Spoilers say that Peter (Wes Ramsey) will be getting a change of address next week courtesy of Maxie (Kristen Storms).
After his application for the waterfront townhouse is KO’D by the co-op board, an angry Maxie shows her support by insisting that they don’t need to live in an area with such a snooty clientele anyway.
Instead, she decides that Peter should move in with her and James and extends the invitation. What will Peter decide?
General Hospital Spoilers: Odds and Ends and Cassadines
In other Port Charles news, next week promises to be a busy one for both Laura (Genie Francis) and Cassandra (Jessica Tuck).
The former will seek out Sonny (Maurice Benard) and commit to a plan that Jax (Ingo Rademacher) has to stop. The latter will become quite pleased with herself, but later, she is left …continue reading on the next page —>