General Hospital spoilers for Thursday, November 14, 2019, reveal a day of blowback as tempers are about to explode. You won’t want to miss a moment of this edge-of-your-seat episode.
General Hospital Spoilers Highlights
Jax (Ingo Rademacher) has bent over backward trying to help Nik (Marcus Coloma) but the Dark Prince continues to screw things up with every turn. Now he’s been seen by Charlotte (Scarlett Fernandez) and almost got her killed. Look for Jax to have it out with his “partner” and threaten to blow his cover once and for all.
On the bright side, at least Charlotte is finally safe and out of Cassandra’s (Jessica Tuck) clutches. But that doesn’t mean the pint-sized terror is magically happy again. Lulu (Emme Rylan) wants to take her home but Charlotte lets her mommy know that isn’t what she wants.
Spoilers reveal that Lulu and Valentin (James Patrick Stuart) find common ground while Jordan (Briana Nicole Henry) is curious. Will she realize that Valentin is knee-deep in this whole Cassandra blowup and if she does. If so, what will she do about it?
Getting A Clue
Robert (Tristan Rogers) and Anna (Finola Hughes) are reunited, with the former was dying to give the latter some information he feels she really needs to know. But there is a good chance they’ll be interrupted because Chase (Josh Swickard) gives Robert a little advice. Will he suggest that Robert let Finn (Michael Easton) be the one to update Anna?
Speaking of Finn, he and Hayden (Rebecca Budig) covered a lot of ground while their daughter was sleeping.
Hayden lets him know that there’s still time for him to back out if he wants but it’s a good bet that Finn is all-in when it comes to his newfound fatherhood. Will his feelings for Violet’s mom get in the way of those he has for Anna?
Carly Knows Best
Josslyn (Eden McCoy) is finally ready to return to the conversation she was having with Carly (Laura Wright), probably about her moving in with her father.
Now that she knows all about Nik living there and it being a secret, it’s not a shock when Carly shuts …continue reading on the next page —>