Tensions are at a breaking point in these GENERAL HOSPITAL spoilers! Lulu isn’t sure about abandoning her mother, Lucy stands by Kevin, Maxie and Peter’s relationship is in question, Ava wants vengeance, and Nina and Valentin gang up on Willow. This could get ugly!
Seeing how much Lulu is struggling with Dante gone, Laura suggested to her daughter she follow his lead and take a break from Port Charles to put her life back together following all the recent trauma she’s endured. But she’s not so sure going away is the right choice right now. “If I leave,” Lulu admits to her mother, “who’s gonna take care of you?”
Kevin is also finding it difficult to be in Port Charles knowing his part in Ryan’s murderous reign of terror, but it seems that he still has one person who is on his side. “I can give you a very warm welcome,” Lucy offers. But just what, exactly, is she offering her ex? Meanwhile, Julian asks Ava if she wouldn’t rather Ryan was found dead. “Of course I want Ryan to be alive!” she hisses. “So I can kill him!”
At The Floating Rib, Chet isn’t just serving Peter drinks, he’s also asking some personal questions. “Do you think Maxie’s ready for anything besides friendship?” he wonders. But is Chet asking about Peter’s intentions towards Maxie or might he be asking because he’s interested in her himself? Meanwhile, over in a booth, Anna wants the scoop from Maxie about her and Peter. “What’s going on with you and my son?” she asks.
Nina and Willow have been clashing quite a bit lately over Charlotte’s behavior, and it looks like things are finally reaching the point of no return. With Valentin at her side, Nina stands in the classroom to face off against the teacher. “We want Miss Tate fired,” she coldly declares. Can Willow defend herself or will Nina get her way?
Check out this tease for today’s dramatic episode and for more GH previews, keep reading the ABC edition of Soaps In Depth magazine.
General Hospital Tease: April 5th, 2019
Tensions in Port Charles are higher than ever.Posted by General Hospital on Friday, April 5, 2019