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GH Nurses’ Ball 2018 Part Two: A Surprising Performance, A Proposal, and A Confession!


In the second installment of the GH Nurses’ Ball 2018. the drama continues to see if Anna (Finola Hughes) will finally meet her son, Henrik and find out that he is actually Peter August (Wes Ramsey).

Inside the ballroom, Lucy Coe (Lynn Herring) takes to the stage as the emcee of the annual event. To kick-things off, she introduces the GH nurses, who begin their number by having the one and only Epiphany Johnson (Sonya Eddy_ front and center as she begins to belt out, Sly and the Family Stone’s classic hit, “Everyday People”. Nurse Johnson is joined on stage by Felix (Marc Anthony Samuel), Bobbie (Jackie Zeman), and Amy (Risa Dorken) and a bevy of dancing nurses!

The next musical number features Chase (Josh Swickard), who gets duped by his police partner, Dante (Dominic Zamprogna), when he set him up to have to perform all alone! Little did Dante, and all the attendees know, that his cop can sing and dance. Chase performs the hit song “Feel It Still ” by Portugal: The Man and even his brother, Finn (Michael Easton) has to be proud of his brother, even though he wouldn’t say it.

Speaking of Finn, after not being able to shake seeing Anna’s last will and testament via a file Alexis (Nancy Lee Grahn) had in her bag that fell to the floor, he sees her make an exit to the backstage area and follows. However, Finn is now supposed to be on-stage introducing Alexis before her receiving the Pioneer Award.


Backstage, an emotional Finn corners Anna and says he knows she is dying and confesses thar he cares for her. Alexis overhears this having gone backstage to be introduced to accept the Pioneer Award since Molly (Haley Pullos) is now handling the intro duties. Finn thinks Anna has been pushing him away, because she is dying. Now, what will Alexis do after overhearing Finn’s concern and expression of caring about Anna?

Love was in the air when Curtis (Donnell Turner) and Nina (Michelle Stafford) performed a magic act, and when it came to asking for a volunteer in the audience, Curtis picked Jordan (Vinessa Antoine). Then, in the middle of a magic trick he replaces a coin with a diamond ring, and gets down on one knee and proposes to her! Jordan accepts, while Stella (Vernee Watson) looks on from the audience dismayed. In addition, Robin (Kimberly McCullough) and Sonny (Maurice Benard) share a quick tender moment about the meaning of the Nurses’ Ball, remembering Stone, and Robin gives Sonny her sympathy about Mike (Max Gail) battle with Alzheimer’s.


Elsewhere, Maxie’s (Kirsten Storms) baby is kicking inside her tummy more than usual. She confesses to Peter, she misses Nathan. Sam (Kelly Monaco) also got a look of an exchange between Valentin (James Patrick Stuart) and Peter, which raised her suspicions. She exist to go to the Aurora offices and snoops around Peter’s desk and finds a lighter with the initial’s on it, “CF” – Cesar Faison. The episode ends on this cliffhanger.

So, what did you think of the performances of Josh Swickard and the opening number by Sonya Eddy and “Nurses”? Do you think Anna will finally admit her feelings for Finn to him? What will Alexis do? Has Sam now figured out that Peter is Henrik? Will something happened to Maxie’s baby now that its kicking and in overdrive?

Share your thoughts on the GH Nurses Ball 2018 second episode via the comment section below. But first check out the Chase performing “Feel It Still”.

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Totally loved every second of the Nurses Ball!! All the performances were FANTASTIC!!Can’t wait to see what they come up with for next year!!!! A Canadian GH Fan of 30+years

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LOL, Michael! I felt the same way I did when OLTL went off the air! I was like, “where’d everybody go?” Are we never going to “see” each other again??? 😉

Thaks Mr. Fairman….I was so afraid I’d never get on board again. Phew!!

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Cameron Mathison Takes You Behind the Scenes of Photo Shoot as Host of New Game Show ‘Beat the Bridge’

General Hospital’s Cameron Mathison (Drew Cain) will soon step into his new role as game show host when Beat the Bridge bows on June 10th and will be seen weeknights at 6 pm on the Game Show Network. As previously reported, Cameron is also staying put in Port Charles.

Ahead of the summer series premiere, Mathison took part in a photo shoot for the game show and as the face of the game. Looks like Cam is about to become a 2024-version of classic game show host, Wink Martindale!

Taking to his Instagram, Cameron shared some moments and images from the photo shoot and how they came to be. Many will be used as publicity photos for the show as it ramps-up its tune-in over the next several weeks.


Along with the behind the scenes images and video, Mathison wrote, “Making me look good🙃 Take a look behind the scenes at a photoshoot we did for Beat The Bridge📸 (Especially the massive hangtime I get at the end lol) It’s all coming your way very soon! Beat The Bridge premieres June 10 at 6p only on Game Show Network👊🏼👊🏼👊🏼”

Several of Cameron’s friends, and former or current co-stars, also commented on the photos and the BTS view, such as soap icon Susan Lucci (ex-Erica, All My Children) with whom Cameron worked closely with as his Pine Valley alter-ego, Ryan Lavery.  In fact, as AMC fans know, at one point Ryan and Erica were an item. Lucci wrote, “SOooo handsome, talented, charming, and kind—that’s Cameron🥰👏👏👏”

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Meanwhile, Cameron’s current castmate, Kate Mansi (Kristina, GH) commented on his athletic moves in the shoot, sharing, “Woooaaa Gene Kelly over there 🔥”

While in the middle of his busy work schedule at GH and for Beat the Bride, Cameron took time to appear in last week’s Daytime Stands Up – A Benefit for Stand Up For Cancer – We All Have a Story.  During his segment, Mathison appeared with Y&R’s Colleen Zenk (Jordan) and both spoke on their battles with cancer. For Cameron, surviving kidney cancer, plus the star spoke on the loss of their mothers, both to cancer.

If you missed the daytime star-studded event for a good cause, which featured Cameron, you can watch in full below.

Now let us know, will you be checking out Cameron beginning June 10th on Beat the Bridge? Share your thoughts in the comment section, but first check out how Cameron fares with GSN game show trivia in a promotional segment below.


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GENERAL HOSPITAL: Tracy Learns Gregory Died from Cody; Finn and Chase Share Their Grief

Friday’s May 24th episode of General Hospital featured some very touching scenes.

First, when Tracy (Jane Elliot) returned to the stables for a ride, she is met by Cody (Josh Kelly). He tells her she is needed in the house. Tracy doesn’t think anyone needs her there.

Tracy relates how Chase (Josh Swickard) and Brook Lynn (Amanda Setton) are on a plane to Florence. Cody tells her that they couldn’t get on that plane. Cody can only say, “He’s sorry.” It’s at that moment Tracy is hit with the realization that Gregory passed away.

Cody tells her what he knows of Gregory’s passing, but Tracy says that she knew this was eventually going to happen, but this feels so sudden. Cody is sorry she had to hear the news from him.  Tracy says, she’s not. She poignantly thinks Gregory must have been a lot like Cody when he was younger. Tracy goes on to say they both have an open way about them as he doesn’t miss a thing, doesn’t talk much, doesn’t push people around, and that he gives people a lot of grace. Cody is moved. Tracy decides she needs to head out.


Next, Tracy comes to the hospital and meets with Stella. Knowing Stella (Vernee Watson) is a patient advocate, Tracy tells her if anything comes up for Gregory’s death regarding bills or anything she can handle with her hands or her checkbook, to let her know. Tracy reveals that she doesn’t want Gregory’s family to worry about anything right now. She goes on to say to keep her name out of it.

Stella tells Tracy this is her loss to and its OK for her to grieve. Tracy shared that Gregory changed her, and she doesn’t want to let him down, at least not so soon.

At Finn’s, Chase tries to console his brother. Finn tells Chase he also lost his dad, but Chase can see how hard finding Gregory dead has hit Finn; given he has been drinking. Finn tells Chase that the person he found in that bed didn’t look their dad.  He cries that he didn’t want this to happen and Chase hugs his brother tight and says neither did he.

Sitting down together, the two brothers have a heart-to-heart. Finn realizes he handled the entire situation the wrong way and even pushed Elizabeth away.  Chase says there is no correct way to grieve. Finn feels such guilt over how many times in their lives he hurt their father, and now he threw his sobriety away, which Gregory was proud of him for.

Chase says he rebuilt his relationship with their dad, and he can do the same now with his sobriety. Finn asks Chase to get rid of the liquor bottle and so Chase takes care of it.  When Violet (Jophielle Love) and Brook Lynn return, Finn tells Brook Lynn he is so sorry that she and Chase had to miss their honeymoon. Brook Lynn assures him she is here for him for whatever he needs. Next, Finn says he needs a meeting and Chase says he thinks that is a good idea.


Meanwhile, in Albany, Alexis (Nancy Lee Grahn) is having all sorts of trouble in her attempt to get her law license reinstated during her her hearing vs. Fergus Byrne (Lane Davies). The judges will render their decision within 30 days and notify the parties. Will she head back to Port Charles, find out about Gregory, and wind up at an AA meeting with Finn?

In this episode, the always fabulous Jane Elliot touched out hearts in her scenes as well as Josh Kelly, Michael Easton and Josh Swickard.

So, what did you think about Tracy’s reaction to Gregory’s death? The scenes between Finn and Chase and what will happen to Alexis next? Share your thoughts in the comment section below.

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General Hospital to Air Encore Episode for Memorial Day

Coming up on Monday, May 27th, ABC’s General Hospital is the only daytime drama slated to air an encore presentation of a previously aired episode. The episode that is said to have originally aired on October 5, 2023.

The episode features the following storypoints: Spencer and Trina return from a private tour of the MET’s archives. They make love again and lament that this is their last day in New York. Trina thanks their hotel room before leaving with Spencer.

Cody, having kicked open the door, stops Montague from hurting Sasha. Dante arrives with Mac and other cops. Montague is placed under arrest and charged with attempted murder. Cody and Sasha leave Ferncliff together.


Sonny confronts Gladys for her lies as Sam witnesses. Sonny accuses Gladys of using Mike, then Brando, then Sasha. After Sam goes, Sonny tells Gladys she’s leaving town and returning to Bridgeport. Sonny implies Gladys will die if she ever leaves Bridgeport. Sonny has Frank escort Gladys away without a single bag.


Charlotte listens from a hiding spot as Val explains to Anna he bought this house after Anna’s place burned down so he, Charlotte, and Anna could live in it. Val kept it from Anna because he didn’t want to get her hopes up. Val explains Charlotte needs his attention, so Anna can’t move in yet. Charlotte thinks back to reading Victor’s letter that says she must defeat Anna.

So, are you looking forward to seeing this encore presentation of GH on Memorial Day? Let us know via the comment section below.

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