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GH Preview – Week of July 2, 2018

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This week on General Hospital as the fourth of July brings fireworks in the sky and fireworks for the relationships in Port Charles, Nina (Michelle Stafford) tells Peter (Wes Ramsey) this may be his last chance for her to let him go as he bargains to go free, while she must decide whether to finally get out of the mess she finds herself in from her part in his kidnapping.

Meanwhile, most of Michael’s (Chad Duell) family and friends react negatively to the news that he is engaged to Nelle (Chloe Lanier), but that does not deviate him from his plan to get the goods on Nelle, and free his mother Carly (Laura Wright) from Ferncliff.  Will Nelle finally lose at her own game?

And, why is Julian (William deVry) so into information on birth parents and adoptive laws?  Is he planning on doing something illegal to help his son, Lucas (Ryan Carnes) and Brad (Parry Shen) become parents without any trouble, or will he end up causing more trouble than anyone bargained for? Should Kim (Tamara Braun) be concerned?

Make sure to check out these additional teasers.  Then tell us via the comment section, what are you most looking forward to this week on GH!

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MONDAY JULY 2

Chase comes clean.

TUESDAY JULY 3

Franco’s fears are assuaged.

WEDNESDAY JULY 4, 2018  

ENCORE EPISODE Original airdate:  1/17/2018

Ava Jerome undergoes a risky medical procedure.

THURSDAY JULY 5, 2018 

Sonny gets word from an old friend.

FRIDAY JULY 6, 2018

Michael offers a solution.

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Trish
Trish

Wish the Peter/Nelle storylines would wrap up. Looking forward to Lucas and Brad. This is one of my favorite stories. Hope Julian doesn’t mess up their adoption. Wish they were on more, so we could really get a feel of what they’re going through.

dmr
dmr

I like Brad and Lucas too. This entire storyline has been told “off-air.” I think that Nelle has something to do with their private adoption. Yet, the parking lot hire is on every day. Lucky us.

Trish
Trish

Yeah and he’s tied to a bed. It’s truly sad. His scenes do nothing to advance the story. They certainly don’t make me feel sorry for him. I was rooting for the rattlesnake.

Jana
Jana

LMAO!!!!!

Soaphound
Soaphound

Me, too, Trish. I also felt that the snake gave a better performance in the scene.

Shay
Shay

Oops…sorry, Soaphound! Didn’t mean to paraphrase your line…I just didn’t read it until after I posted my own!

Soaphound
Soaphound

I agree, Trish. Not to mention the sex appeal factor. Brad has always pushed my buttons, that gorgeous hair alone. And the bad boy pout…yes, more Brad and Lucas!

Violet Lemm
Violet Lemm

Soaphound, Brad may have nice hair, but he is not a nice person. After all the things he’s done, helping Britt become mother to Lulu’s baby, and trying to blackmail Heyden and Finn,etc. Sorry, but I wouldn’t give him a baby in a million years!

Violet Lemm
Violet Lemm

I bet a lot were rooting for the boy”scout” that had the sense to immediately find the key under the doormat, but lacked the brains to run for help. Any kid I know, would have run out to their group screaming” help, help, there’s a guy back there, all tied up to a bed” Why make that boy look so dumb? I guess we have to watch (or not) the crazy Dr. O, mit her sidekick, torture Peter a while longer.Wonder if she brought the toothpicks to use under his fingernails, and I don’t mean to clean them!

Soaphound
Soaphound

Amen, Violet. This kid makes me recall the classic line from “Ferris Bueller’s Day Off”: “I weep for the future”. The kid seemed like a robot only programmed for those silly badges. Hope it’s just a brief visit to Port Charles. We’ve already met the dimwit quota.

rebecca1
rebecca1

Did you watch OLTL, Soaphound? If so, that’s the kid who played little Sam! He was so adorable!!!

Soaphound
Soaphound

Rebecca1, no I didn’t watch OLTL regularly. It’s not the actor’s fault, it’s the writing I don’t like here. Just doesn’t ring true.

rebecca1
rebecca1

I agree; the scene was ridiculous. The first thing a boyscout would do is seek help. I’m starting to think Obrecht paid him to check on the man in the cabin. Maybe she told him it was part of a game they were playing…

Soaphound
Soaphound

Was anyone else shocked by Michael’s disappointment over Drew’s not being present at his engagement announcement? Really? He hasn’t said ‘boo’ to Drew since Jason dropped thru the ceiling! Like Carly (who never even thanked Drew for rescuing Joss), Sonny (whose life Drew saved twice), Spinelli, and Robin (Drew saved her from elevator bomb), Michael proved to be a false friend. Still, Chad is really cute and I like the new “anti-Nelle” attitude. When this is all over, I’d like he and Chase to be friends. He needs someone besides Jason for a bromance.

Violet Lemm
Violet Lemm

Soaphound. Yes I thought it a little weird, especially since no one but Monica has given two s***s for him,since Jason literally dropped back in to GC. I guess they were probably using him for a place holder, when he deserves so much more than that.I am getting impatient waiting for something or someone to happen to this special guy, because as the young ones say, he’s really got it going on!

rebecca1
rebecca1

I STILL want someone to acknowledge that Franco is Drew and Jasons cousin!

Violet Lemm
Violet Lemm

rebecca 1. I had totally forgotten that Jason and Franco’s mother’s were cousins. Isn’t it also ironic that Franco and Liz share the same half-brother in Steven Lars Webber?

Violet Lemm
Violet Lemm

SOMEONE MENTIONED AN EDIT BUTTON. WHERE IS IT PLEASE?

rebecca1
rebecca1

Hi Violet. It appears AFTER your comment is approved. So, you can’t edit when u write your initial comment but once it posts you can go back and edit it. The edit option will be next to the reply option.

Violet Lemm
Violet Lemm

Thanks Rebecca, I did know that, but sometimes I have second thoughts, after posting, and oops! I need the edit button then. To me, editing after something’s been approved can be too late, your words are out there, and I might not catch it, until its too late. Don’t mind disagreeing with someone, but don’t like to offend. I’ve had this happen a couple of times, the past year, and am a little gun shy. What’s the saying about the tongue and the sword?

su000
su000

endgame–
valentin will rescue Peter and Nina.
He will be ‘fixer’ .

Celia
Celia

Nina SHOULD let Peter go….two wrongs do not make a right….except in Algebra. LOL.
Yet, Liesl is painstakingly making sure Peter is in constant pain and discomfort….hungry and thirsty. The mad, diabolical doctor is doing her thing.
Always on top of her mountain, Ms Gati is….truly love this actress.
Neither she nor Nina has the right to play God. I can understand how an eye for an eye is tempting ( esoteric), but Liesl is not thinking that with her in prison, little James will not be in her life.
Nina? I hope she does the right thing. I love this character….she has come a long way; therefore, it would be truly frustrating and dirty if the writers steered in that direction.
Julian? Not that I care, but the evil seed is still within him….as is Sonny’s.
Julian’s countenance of ‘goodwill’ has begun to shift…..It was evident as he and his sister were planning Bensch’s fate in case ‘things’ would not go Kiki’s way.
So, yes, Hoolian may plunge into murky waters, as he has swum through them in the past. ‘Tis in his DNA….as it is in Ava’s.

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Monday, June 15 : Sonny and Carly re-declare their love during the Metro Court hostage crisis. (originally aired 2/7/2007)

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Thursday, June 18:  Sonny and Carly get married in the GH chapel.  (originally aired 10/15/2015)

Friday, June 19:  Grieving for Morgan, Carly blames Sonny for their son’s death. (originally aired 10/12/2016)

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