General Hospital spoilers reveal a rip-roaring fall in Port Charles as Shiloh continues wreaking havoc, Cassandra remains a thorn in everyone’s side, Willow comes closer to the truth, and Dranco makes Elizabeth more heartbroken, yet more determined than ever.
That’s Not Drew…That’s Franco
Thanks to Shiloh (Coby Ryan McLaughlin), Franco (Roger Howarth) is walking around town thinking he is Drew Cain and the year is 2012 and he only wants to be with one person — Kim.
Well, Kim (Tamara Braun) is the only person he remembers and of course, she was apparently the love of his life he gave up on after a few letters didn’t get her way from a war zone in Afghanistan.
However, Elizabeth (Rebecca Herbst) finds a way to get her husband back. It may be risky, but it’s a chance she’s willing to take as she’s not allowed to let Kim take her husband. As for Julian (William deVry), he’s not about to let Franco take Kim and is determined to hightail it out of Port Charles with her before she changes her mind.
Shiloh And All His Angles
Shiloh thinks Peter (Wes Ramsey) is key to his get-out-of-jail-free card, but spoilers also say Nelle (Chloe Lanier) finds a new adversary in Pentonville and starts manipulating as only Nelle can. It sounds like the new adversary is Shiloh, so let’s see if Peter actually works his alleged magic.
While Shiloh holds what he knows over Peter’s head, he continues taunting Willow (Katelyn MacMullen) and Chase (Josh Swickard) will have to play quite the hero when Shiloh makes a final desperate move that can change everything.
Of course, Jason (Steve Burton) and Sam (Kelly Monaco) remain obsessed with him because they can’t seem to just let things be with a man Sam set herself up for rape with. They know he can play games both behind bars and free and he’s at the top of their radar.
Baby Switch Blues
The Bold and the Beautiful wrapped up their baby switch story quite nicely and we’re all waiting for GH to do the same. At least Lucas (Ryan Carnes) starts becoming more suspicious of Brad’s (Parry Shen) heartburn and strange behavior.
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