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GH Recap – Feb 28 – March 4th

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Sonny vows to get answers from Shawn on Brenda’s whereabouts. Dante troubleshoots how the Balkan set up the car bombing. Michael and Morgan return home as Sonny bursts into the guesthouse where Carly is helping Shawn recover. Jason receives a second phone call from Franco indicating his involvement with the car bombing and potentially the Balkan. Theo turns lethal on Suzanne. Brenda wakes to find herself in the Balkan’s clutches. Jason notices something is wrong with Sam – she has lost her hearing. Lulu puts her faith back in Dante. Patrick and Robin work together at the hospital. Alone with Ethan, Kristina discusses her own experience with the car bombing. Luke and Tracy call a brief truce in the wake of Luke’s kindness towards rattled Edward, who is still in shock over the wedding car bombing. Sonny is prepared to torture Shawn for information. Carly and Michael try to talk him down, but Dante finally convinces him not to use mob boss tactics in front of his children. Michael wants to help his father find Brenda in any means, while Dante offers help with legal resources. Jason remains by Sam’s side as she gets tested for permanent hearing loss. Patrick and Robin grow closer given the aftermath of the wedding, and they inch closer to reconciliation when Patrick offers to drive Robin home. Kristina admits her feelings and long-term plans for Ethan. Luke and Sonny lament the downside to having a police officer for a son and not being able to live up to their offspring’s expectations.

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Held captive by Theo, Brenda tries to get help but is shocked when Theo interrogates her about his grandchild. Theo evades Suzanne’s probing questions about Brenda’s whereabouts. Shawn barely dodges a Balkan assassin who attacks him at General Hospital. After being questioned by Lucky, Theo tries to make a run for it but is blocked by Jason. The Davis Family converges upon Sam, as they give loving support to her recovery. Kristina witnesses Sam take a turn for the worse. Spurred by Lisa, Terrell presents the perfect reason for Robin to have less free time with Patrick – partner with him on an AIDS grant proposal. Nik works up the courage to admit his feelings to Brook Lynn.  She confesses it is mutual, and they start to combust when Nik storms out. Nik admits to Lucky that he feels obligated to try again with Liz. Brook Lynn and Liz see right through each other’s motives – and it’s a bitch fight call out. Dante urges Sonny not to use his mob boss tactics to find Brenda. Brenda reveals to Theo that Suzanne was present when her child was stillborn. Brenda tries to escape as we realize that the baby may still be alive. Shawn convinces Jason to let him get info on Theo. Molly recognizes Shawn’s hospital attacker, and Michael goes after him only to be held at gunpoint as Dante arrives. Sam makes a full recovery. Sonny asks Lulu to help keep Dante away from the search for Brenda. Kristina grapples with the similarity of Ally’s death to Sam’s collapse. Michael confides in Abby of his conflict between upholding the law and following in the footsteps of his father.

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Sonny continues his fear campaign to get a lead on Brenda. While he gets no help from Jax, Dante finds a clever way to cooperate with his mob boss father when they take the Balkan assassin into custody. Dante and Jason warn Michael not to get involved with the criminal world, but Michael feels he is his own man with goals to prove. Carly admits to Jax that she wants her sons to follow in his footsteps – not Sonny’s. Brenda escapes her confines – running desperately into the woods, still in her wedding reception gown. Jason hovers, and the couple shares a romantic time together at the hospital. Looking at photos, Liz wonders again the true paternity of Aiden.

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GENERAL HOSPITAL: Nikolas & Spencer’s Reunion Leaves Ava Attempting To Bring Peace: What Did You Think Of The Key Scenes?

The long-awaited and highly-anticipated reunion of Nikolas (Marcus Coloma) and his son, Spencer aired on Monday’s episode of General Hospital.  And it reminded us all how much we love Nicolas Bechtel as the young Cassadine.

While Ava (Maura West) first talks with Spencer in order to prepare him for his father’s appearance and that he is alive; when Nikolas shows up and receives a hug from Spencer, it appeared all might be OK between them, but how could it be? Nikolas let his son believe he was dead for over three years!

Next, Spencer lays into his father for choosing claiming the Cassadine fortune and keeping hidden over telling him that he was alive; leaving Spencer alone with two broken legs, in a boarding school in Europe, and grief-stricken.

The best scenes were actually shared by Maura West and Bechtel, when Ava tries to reason with the disappointed and disillusioned young man over his father’s return, which has a double meaning for her.  She says, “The person you love most in the world just came back to you. That makes you the luckiest boy on the planet. Can’t you see that?”  For Ava, she is obviously drawing a parallel to her losing her daughter, Kiki and wishing she was alive.

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Kudos to the actors in these scenes.  Watch them below.

Then, let us know what you thought of Spencer finding out that Nikolas was alive via the comment section below.

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GENERAL HOSPITAL: Nelle Is A Free Woman … And Shiloh’s Widow

Wednesday’s episode of General Hospital brought with it the pick-up of the oh-so-soapy and delicious moment when Shiloh’s widow reveals herself at the memorial in his honor.  Taking off her HUGE black veil/hat, all the attendees are stunned to see it none other than Nelle Benson (Chloe Lanier).  And it was the perfect set-up for naughty Nelle when she had so many of her enemies all in one place as her captive audience. Clearly, she wants revenge on all of them.

At the ceremony, Nelle explains that she and Shiloh while in prison had a small ceremony and “Dawn of Day” devotee Daisy was their witness, which Daisy confirms.  Nelle goes on to say that she shares Shiloh’s wishes to be part of little Wiley’s life, and since he is no longer among us, she will makes sure she is a part of it!

Of course, throughout her statements, Michael (Chad Duell) is looking less than amused and cuts to the chase and asks her what she really wants.  And with something that all viewers of the ABC daytime drama series, let out a collective, “uh-oh”, Nelle replied “What belongs to me.”   As we know, Wiley is Michael and Nelle’s biological son, and with Lucas (Ryan Carnes) in the hospital, it would seem the perfect time for her to make her move to get closer to the child she gave to Brad (Parry Shen).

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Next, Chase (Josh Swickard) arrives on the scene and says to all that what Nelle is saying is true. She is not only Shiloh’s widow, but she is no longer behind bars! Nelle explains how after being “stabbed” by Ryan Chamberlain (Jon Lindstrom) and the ensuing circumstances she was able to be granted a get-out-of-jail card!

To take the set-up of this story to even another level, Willow (Katelyn MacMullen) admits to Chase that she took the job as Wiley’s nanny!  Chase does not think it’s a good idea for her to care for Wiley’ and then eventually have to leave him with Brad and Lucas, once Lucas is recovered.  Willow assures Chase she can handle it.  As for Nelle, she has it out for Willow now, and be rest assured, she is not just going to stand by and let Willow move in on her bio-son.

Jason (Steve Burton), who was present at the memorial, heads to Carly (Laura Wright) to tell the bad news; that her enemy Nelle is out of jail, and running around free and is Shiloh’s widow.  Carly as expected is very distraught and unhappy to hear the news.

turns out, Nelle is not done with her day yet! Next, while the Quartermaines conduct an ELQ shareholders meeting in their living room; Ned (Wally Kurth) says the first order of business is the late Oscar Nero’s ELQ shares.  As the Q’s begin discussions which dissolve into bickering, in walks Nelle! Yup, since Oscar left his shares to Shiloh and she is his widow, well, she is now going to have her say … probably in everything!  Fade to black.

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What a fun return for Chloe Lanier who played Nelle’s shocker to the hilt!  Got to love a good bad girl on daytime who stirs the pot!

So, what did you think of Nelle being Shiloh’s widow? What do you think Nelle’s next power play will be? Comment below.

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GH’s Genie Francis Delivers The ‘Power Performance of the Week’

This past Monday’s episode of General Hospital was one of the series best installmnets in recent months filled with long awaited confrontations and reveals.

The cast at the epicenter of it which included the talents of: James Patrick Stuart (Valentin), Cynthia Watros (Nina), Marcus Coloma (Nikolas), Maura West (Ava) all had stellar moments.

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However, there is nothing like getting to see the icon herself, Genie Francis (Laura), do what she does best; the momma bear who is at once shocked and overjoyed that the son she grieved for over three years was very much alive, and the flip side of the anger over the fact that he let her, his sister, and most importantly his son, Spencer, continue to believe that he was dead, all for his vendetta and quest for revenge against Valentin Cassadine.

For it was Valentin who was the man who shot him and now is no longer the heir apparent to the Cassadine throne, now that the codicil said that it all belongs to Nikolas and Valentin was Helena’s son, not Mikkos’.

The thing of it is, everyone is great when Francis does her performances, and you could see that in the work of soap newcomer, Coloma, who you could just see through his eyes the disappointment and despair he caused his mother all these years, by Francis’ mesmerizing delivery.

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Beat after beat in that episode, Genie brought the fire, the sorrow, and the wisdom, as Laura to every moment.  It was also well-written that Laura did not just have a happy reunion with her son, but a complex one fraught with issues to be ironed out.

Then, in the punctuation of that episode, was there anything better than watching Laura’s jaw-drop when Ava struts in telling Nikolas it’s time to tie-the-knot?

That is why Michael Fairman TV names Genie Francis “The Power Performance of the Week”.

Let us know in the comment section below, if you enjoyed Genie’s performances as much as we did.

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