The General Hospital spoilers for April 19-23, 2021, tease a plea for common sense, a relationship in tatters, and so much more.
General Hospital Spoilers Highlight
Nikolas (Marcus Coloma) is but a hair’s breadth away from claiming Florence, but he’s confronted by Laura (Genie Francis) and Carly (Laura Wright), who both put forth a case for why he should keep the old lady put.
If he believes nothing else, the two are hopeful that Nikolas will at least believe that handing Florence over to Cyrus (Jeff Kober) will only give the villain the incentive to back out of their previously made arrangement. It’s not as though the wanna-be Godfather is a man of his word.
But will Nikolas be persuaded? Or will his desire to ensure Alexis’s (Nancy Lee Grahn) survival in Pentonville win out in the end?
The End of A Beautiful Friendship
Cameron (William Lipton) swings by the Corinthos compound with the expressed purpose of salvaging his friendship with Josslyn (Eden McCoy). However, their continued disagreement over Jason (Steve Burton) and whether or not he killed Franco (Roger Howarth) prove insurmountable. Cam storms off, leaving Joss with the impression that she’s lost one of her nearest and dearest. But has she really?
In the face of his failed attempts at curing his ailing brother/son, Finn (Michael Easton) loses his cool. Conversely, Chase (Josh Swickard) ignores his aches and pains and loses himself in a fantasy world where he and Willow (Katelyn MacMullen) spend their future together.
Odds and Ends
In other Port Charles news, Molly (Haley Pullos) and T.J. (Tajh Bellow) discuss her next career move, Martin (Michael E. Knight) and Laura get to know each other better, and Jordan (Briana Nicole Henry) confides in Taggert.
Meanwhile, Cyrus waylays Carly, Maxie (Kirsten Storms) visits Nathan’s grave, and Valentin (James Patrick) looks to Curtis (Donnell Turner) for information about Nina (Cynthia Watros).
Finally, tensions between Sonny (Maurice Benard) and Elijah (Dan White) build, Brook Lynn (Amanda Setton) issues a cry for help, and Jax (Ingo Rademacher) finds himself in the wrong place at the wrong time. General Hospital (GH) airs weekdays on ABC. Check your local listings for airtimes.