General Hospital spoilers for next week’s episodes of ABC’s soap tease that a ton of complications and riveting drama continue to unfold as deliciously demented plots carry over from the previous week.
Will Robert Scorpio (Tristan Rogers) be able to unravel the mysteries swirling around Port Charles? My money is on the WSB stud!
Poor Laura (Genie Francis). What are the chances that one of the happiest times of her life is suddenly turned upside down by an attack on her daughter Lulu (Emme Rylan)? Laura was mayor for all of two seconds when evil Ryan (Jon Lindstrom) put the death moves on her snoopy blonde kid.
Getting through the next week will be a tremendous challenge for Ms. Spencer. The terrified mom will find it necessary to go off the radar and do whatever it takes to help Lulu.
Does she have a sixth sense that the killer is determined to complete his botched murder attempt?
Elsewhere, someone else needs to finish what she started, meaning Sam (Kelly Monaco). The fallout from Jason’s heroics meant that these two finally got to re-consummate their love. But something else will be heavy on her heart and mind as she seeks to get to the bottom of another worrisome issue.
Meanwhile Sam’s family join up for something significant. What do Kristina (Lexi Ainsworth) and Alexis (Nancy Lee Grahn) get up to?
Elsewhere Ava (Maura West) is having third thoughts about what the town of Port Charles may have in store for her. Like Laura, is she having a sixth sense about the killer in their midst?
In their sad times, Kim (Tamara Braun) and Drew (Billy Miller) take comfort in one another, while odd man out Julian (William DeVry) issues a warning to Brad (Parry Shen) about Willow (Katelyn MacMullen).
Friday promises to be a deliciously soapy cliffhanger that you do not want to miss. For starters, something gets Franco (Roger Howarth) all riled up, and you know what happens when he’s on edge! Plus, a surprise is in store for everyone’s favorite coffee importer, aka the Dimpled Don (Maurice Benard)!
General Hospital airs weekdays during the day on ABC.