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GENERAL HOSPITAL: Tracy Makes a Save as Jane Elliot Returns


The highly-anticipated return of Jane Elliot began on yesterday’s April 18th episode of General Hospital.  Just how were the powers-that-be going to work the iconic Tracy Quartermaine back into the story was the big question.

GH fans got their answer when it became clear that Tracy was secretly working to secure Luke and Holly’s (Emma Samms) son, Ethan Lovett (James Ryan), who was being auctioned off to the highest bidder in order for the rights to kill him.


In story, Holly and Felicia (Kristina Wagner) sat and participated in the bidding war. However, the financial figure became so large for the right to eliminate the guy. Finally, with nothing else to lose and to save her son, Holly bid ten million dollars, but then, she couldn’t come up with the insta-funds.  So, the rights went to the second highest bidder. Enter Tracy! When Tracy tries to remain hidden under a huge hat, Holly and Felicia kind of blow it when they grab her, revealing to all that the women know each other.

As the henchman and the auctioneer figure out they have been played, the moment turns dangerous.  Ethan gets himself untied by the ropes around his hands, and begins to punch the guys out as the women flee the scene followed by Ethan.

However, what awaits this foursome? More captivity … or has Tracy saved Ethan once and for all from the clutches of Victor Cassadine (Charles Shaughnessy)? Stay tuned.

What did you think about how Tracy was brought back to the story and GH? Happy to see Jane Elliot? Share your thoughts in the comment section below.

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They didn’t bring Tracy & Holly back just to introduce a recast Ethan, did they? Still saying this is all about an upcoming Luke rescue mission.

Emma Samms’ return is likely another one-month return; Jane Elliot’s return is “long term”, which was announced when she was announced to be returning.

YEA!!!! Love her

Good to have Tracy back missed het

I will believe this is all about an upcoming Luke rescue mission when I see it. I don’t believe that there is any way that General Hospital could persuade Tony Geary to give up retirement in Amsterdam.

At one point, I thought a Luke rescue mission was in the cards, but recent cast comments suggest he may be gone for good. Not sure they’d really welcome him back anyway.

I sometimes wish for classic bedroom, boardroom, and basic adventures. Decades of death, resurrection, and derring-do are wearying. … But damn, it’s great to have these actresses forefront and to hopefully establish Ethan again as a major player.

Traci looks like Miss Havisham, waiting for her groom to arrive. Glad she’s back, though. I just wish it was Traci who reported Carly for insider trading and not Nina. I want Traci to return to the Q mansion and chase out the interlopers/squatters; that would be Michael, Willow, Olivia and Carly. How I detest them!

You said it, Harry—all my least favorite characters—lest I forget. Carly’s dress? Whatever that floral contraption is—-she has the worst taste in habillement. The most classy wardrobe on all soapland is worn by Lily ( Y&R).

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Donna Mills, Linda Gray, Nicollette Sheridan, Morgan Fairchild, Loni Anderson to Appear in Lifetime’s 80s and Soap-Themed Holiday Movie

Wowza! Now here’s a line-up of soap opera and primetime favorites all in one movie! Coming up for the holidays, Lifetime has revealed they have an 80s and soap-themed film starring: Donna Mills (ex-Knots Landing, General Hospital), Linda Gray (ex-Dallas), Nicollette Sheridan (ex-Knots Landing and Dynasty), Morgan Fairchild (ex-Falcon Crest, SFT, DAYS et al) and Loni Anderson (ex-WKRP in Cincinnati).

Filmed earlier in 2023, Ladies of the 80’s is said to follow five soap opera divas (how fun and perfect!), as they reunite to shoot the final Christmas episode of their long-running soap opera!

In story, the producer, Alex (Travis Burns) and director Nell (Taylor Ann Thompson), who happen to be old college friends, do their best to keep things on the rails but as the ladies come together, old rivalries resurface that threaten to tear the production apart. With the show nearly canceled before it even begins due to the ladies’ famous diva behavior, they reluctantly agree to set aside their differences and past secrets to “act” as if they all still love each other.  When old sparks reignite between Alex and Nell, the ladies become eager to play cupid and conspire to bring the couple together.  

But wait, there’s more! In addition to the five leading ladies, the cast also includes: Days of our Lives favorite Patrika Darbo (ex-Nancy), Alec Mapa, and Donna Mills’ real-life daughter, Chloe Mills, plus 80s heartthrob, Christopher Atkins.

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There is even a Ladies of the 80’s theme song, performed by none other than 80’s pop star, Tiffany!

In a statement on the project, the movie’s EP Larry A. Thompson shared: “The opportunity to bring together Donna, Morgan, Loni, Linda and Nicollette, five powerhouse women into one holiday movie, has been like finding the perfect gift under the Christmas tree.”

The official airdate of the holiday movie will be revealed shortly in the networks’s A Wonderful Lifetime Holiday movie schedule. Deadline first shared the news.

What do you think of this upcoming soap opera-themed movie featuring Donna, Linda, Nicollette, Morgan and Loni? Comment below.

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General Hospital Preemptions This Week for MLB Wild Card Playoff Games

This week, General Hospital will be preempted on Tuesday, October 4 and Wednesday, October 5, and potentially again on Thursday October 6, due to Major League Baseball’s wild card playoff games airing on ABC.

In the best of 3 games, the Texas Rangers face the Tampa Bay Rays in an American League wild card series, starting on Tuesday with a 3:08PM EST start time. If the series goes a full three games, then Thursday’s GH will also be preempted.

Encore episodes of GH will be seen on the east coast on Tuesday and Wednesday, while all other time zones will be preempted for the game.

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In addition, GH will not be streaming the episodes on Hulu or as is it a nationwide preemption.  That way, everyone will begin to see the all-new episodes on the same day when they resume.

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Hopefully, Thursday, GH will resume with an episode that teases: Spencer and Trina affirm their feelings, Tracy has a slip of the tongue, Valentin surprises Anna, and Sasha is in danger.

So, going to miss GH for the next few days? Comment below.

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Gregory Harrison Talks His General Hospital ALS Storyline, Battling Addiction, ‘Falcon Crest’ on Maurice Benard’s ‘State of Mind’

Film and TV star,  Gregory Harrison is currently appearing on ABC’s General Hospital in the role of Gregory Chase.  In story, Gregory is trying to come to the terms with the fact he has ALS and is now displaying symptoms of the disease that will ultimately claim his life.

On the latest episode of Maurice Benard’s (Sonny, General Hospital) You Tube series State of Mind, the actor opens up about the challenges of playing a character with ALS, how he has battled addiction, his prime role on Trapper John M.D and Falcon Crest and much more.

In fact, it’s actually the the 40th anniversary of Harrison’s solo TV Guide cover as Dr. George Alonzo “Gonzo” Gates on Trapper John, M.D.

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Speaking on his General Hospital storyline, and Gregory Chase’s battle with ALS, Harrison detailed: “He’s a complicated character any way, but we’ve added now ALS into the equation and that’s a really fun technical calibration for me. It’s a relatively quick demise – three to five years, generally for ALS, and it moves along pretty quickly. The body deteriorates pretty quickly and things happen, and there is an emotional kind of reaction to those that my character has. My character reacts to the loss of things and that’s what I am starting to be able to play.”

Harrison added, on how he is playing the nuances of ALS in the scripts he is given, “Where am I going to put in that slip and fall? Where am I going to put in that tremor in my hand? Where I am going to put in  the stumble, or the slur of this word or that word? That’s real technical stuff, but I have to layer that on top of emotional honesty of what’s going on. So, for me, it’s a buffet and I love that.”

Benard and Harrison also delved into the fact that Gregory he has been sober for 36 years. Harrison opened about how addiction changed his personality at a time when his career was riding high: “If I was the kind of person who would be regretful, then I would say that during my prime, I was busy using all my acting skills to disguise my addiction instead of building my career. ”

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As his fame rose, Harrison also started his own production company. He admitted to Benard, that at the time, he was barely getting through jobs and projects: “I could act, but I wasn’t doing as good as I should have been doing. I was just persevering … pouring massive amounts of energy into enduring my addiction … not into the creative artist that I was inspired to be. And then I found my way back.” At one point, Harrison sought help at the renowned Betty Ford Center. Gregory shared that he had to hit rock bottom, in order to build himself back up again.

At the conclusion of the episode, Maurice asked Gregory how he enjoyed being part of the cast of the defunct CBS primetime soap, Falcon Crest, to which Harrison said he loved playing the role of Michael Sharp back in 1990. He compared that character to the likes of Port Charles’ Sonny Corinthos.

Check out Maurice and Gregory’s conversation below.

Let us know, are you emotional invested and enjoying Gregory Harrison’s portrayal of the ALS storyline on General Hospital? Share your thoughts in the comment section.

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