General Hospital spoilers for Thursday, September 13 reveal a day of daring moves and emotional pain throughout Port Charles. You won’t want to miss a moment of this dramatic episode.
Buried Body Makes Sense
Julian (William deVry) knew something was up with Sonny’s (Maurice Benard) interest in his pub.
When he found the photo of Charlie and Mike (Max Gail) together a bell went off in his head, but everything finally made sense when Chase (Josh Swickard) said he found a body in the basement.
Julian could have told Chase what he knows right then and there, but instead he goes straight to Sonny with his newfound knowledge.
Julian clearly wants something and the two men may have to work together if Sonny wants to keep both himself and his ailing father out of jail.
It’s never a good thing for the Corinthos clan when a Jerome has the upper hand. May the best crime family win?
A Whole New World
Meanwhile, Kristina (Lexi Ainsworth) continues her job at the pub oblivious to what’s going on with her father and former step-father. She also confesses to Sam she’s frightened about starting over again — again.
A Whole New Reign Of Terror
At the hospital, crazy Ryan Chamberlain (Jon Lindstrom) is walking around like he owns the place, getting used to spending time in his brother’s shoes.
As he sits at Kevin’s desk, he remembers life as it once was. But, it was that life that made him who he is now and has been for 25 years.
Peter Causes Problems
And speaking of Ryan and 25 years, The Invader is still working on that piece about the anniversary of Ryan terrorizing the town. Peter (Wes Ramsey) offers the story to Lulu (Emme Rylan) and she’s not sure what to do.
If she takes it, she knows it will destroy whatever relationship she’s rebuilt with Maxie (Kirsten Storms) over the last few months.
When not thinking about work, Peter also gains a little perspective tomorrow. Does that come from his younger sister who is now in town ready to forgive their mother?
General Hospital (GH) airs weekdays on ABC. Check your local listings for airtimes.