General Hospital Spoilers For December 28 & 29.

Seeing things.

The mysterious activity continues at Wyndemere as the Woman In White leaves another message for Ethan. She gets away before he can wake up and catch her. As he groggily patrols the castle, he catches two unlikely people dropping in for a little visit. Back in town, Liz and Maggie discuss their problems with men and the mystery man who saved the nurse from drowning. As she recalls the traumatic experience, she suddenly gets a clue about who her savior might have been. Maggie goes down the corridor and offers Robin her help.

When Shawn attempts to refuse Carly’s gift of a dog, she gets annoyed and takes a bite out of him. After offering to help Jason out with his problems, Michael drops in. He’s a bit disoriented and tells his mother that he thought he saw Jax at the airport. His mom doesn’t react well to this and does her best to convince him that it must have been a figment of his imagination. He doesn’t buy it.

Over at the loft, Olivia tries to save her daughter-in-law’s attempt at cooking but no chef in the world could salvage thus disaster. However, that doesn’t stop Dante from trying to enjoy a romantic evening with his wife. It doesn’t get very far though because Sonny shows up, fresh from another war of words with the Zacharras. They plot to bring Michael onto their side and Johnny looks to Delores for some help.

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