Next Week On General Hospital: April 9, 2018

In his reckless attempt to stay hidden, Jim Harvey managed to expose himself in more ways than one. Drew knows what Harvey did all those years ago and now Franco is missing. With Liz and Drew be able to find Franco in time? Remember to watch General Hospital daily and set your DVRs!

While the story regarding Franco and Drew’s childhood has taken an unsettling turn, I’ve found it rather compelling to watch now that its pace has picked up. It’s a heavy story for sure but one that I also think has a lot of relatable elements to it. I also like that this story has a clearly defined villain along with clearly defined victims and heroes. Greg Evigan is chilling in the role of Jim Harvey. I’m interested to see what kind of effect this tragic secret from the past will have on several relationships once the dust has settled. Nobody’s coming out unscathed.

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  • Liz is frantic when Franco can’t be found.
  • Carly is forced to fess up.
  • Joss remains hopeful that things will work out.
  • Nelle’s new friendship could work to her advantage.
  • Drew decides to deal with the situation himself.
  • Drew is unprepared.
  • Sonny pushes for a professional opinion.
  • Finn is interrupted.
  • Anna tries to distract.
  • Valentin has an evening of romance planned for Nina.
  • Anna has an a lightbulb moment.
  • Peter continues to scheme.
  • Maxie argues her case.
  • Franco needs more time.
  • Nina hopes Curtis has answers regarding Peter.
  • Sonny is concerned that his past will come back to haunt him.
  • Lulu offers an apology.
  • Nina and Curtis have a meeting.
  • Griffin remains clueless.
  • Nelle gets some much needed support.
  • Sonny lays the pressure on thick.
  • Carly’s determination mounts.
  • Mike’s condition takes a turn for the worst.
  • Stella offers her sympathy.
  • Jason balks at Anna’s idea.

Up Next:

  • Nelle messes with Ava’s head.
  • Elizabeth offers words of encouragement.
  • Chase catches Sonny off-guard.

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