General Hospital Weekly Summary For May 24-28.
Jason arrived in Pentonville but he was too late. Michael had already been badly beaten but refused to talk about it. Sonny returned home and found Johnny waiting for him. Johnny pushed his buttons until Sonny pulled a gun. Claire and Ethan ran in on cue. Sonny left in a fit and went to visit his son in jail. After seeing his injuries, he was furious. He ordered Jason to take better care of him and announced he was going to kill Johnny.
Lulu continued to worry about telling Dante of her abortion. Meanwhile, Carly recruited Brook Lynn to come to town and seduce Dante. She serenaded him at Jake’s and made quite an impression. Lulu took the detective home and decided to ignore Carly’s advice. She came clean with him about the abortion and he said that it only made him love and admire her more. Unfortunately for her, Brook Lyn was sticking around and quickly began ingratiating herself into their lives.
Maxie’s plan to use Matt to make Spinelli jealous went awry when the doctor figured out that’s what she was up to. Lisa used Dr. Steve to make Patrick jealous. It worked. He spassed and Robin furrowed her brow.
Claire began rounding up Dante and Lucky to help her take down Sonny. Meanwhile, hoping to avoid a mob war and bad publicity, Sonny decided to try and hand Johnny to Claire on a silver platter. She agreed to his offer, though she immediately turned to Lucky to let him know she would be double crossing the mobster. The cop had his doubts, but he was also distracted by Helena. He went over to Wyndemere to argue with his brother over the possibility that his kids might move to the castle with Elizabeth. While they fought, the nurse was bust mulling over whether she should be so hasty to turn down the prince’s offer. And Luke showed up at the secluded Cassadine estate in search of Tracy. He found her too, but only after a guard conked him on the head and dumped him in the dungeon with her.
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