Fluke’s ears must be ringing these days because just about everyone in Port Charles is talking about him!
While meandering around the abandoned yet fully furnished (laundry basket and all) Elm Street house where Luke and Bobbie grew up, Fluke chatted it up with Helena, who was calling from the comforts of Wyndemere. Fluke was set on getting the Julian situation “handled” out of concern that he’d spill what he knew, which was everything! Helena, however, had bigger fish to fry, like putting a cork in Sam, who was hot on the train of uncovering the identity of “our soldier boy.”
Forgetting she was in Nikolas’ home, Helena was surprised to turn around and see him staring at her. He overheard her threat to Sam and didn’t like it one bit. Realizing his granny didn’t want Sam asking questions about the gunman that helped Faison escape. Nik pushed her for answers, asking if Faison was impersonating Luke on her request and threatened to bring her down if he didn’t like what she had to say. She shoved him right back. “If you do, you and Spencer will lose everything,” she warned. “Just play ball, and your son will survive. He won’t suffer. In fact, he will be far, far richer.” With that, she handed Nik a folder containing ELQ stock certificates!
Meanwhile, Bobbie and Michael headed to the Elm Street house to scope it out as the possible new sight of the A.J. Quartermaine Clinic. The minute Bobbie stepped on the porch, it was like she was surrounded by ghosts of a troubled past. She shook it off, and they went inside. They weren’t aware that Luke was bound and gagged in the basement, and Fluke was on a hostile rampage about her! Upstairs, one by one, Bobbie pulled the sheets off the protected furniture and she was flooded with memories, some which brought her to near tears, none of which brought a smile to her face.
And then the name Patricia came up again. Her and Luke’s rarely mentioned sister. Michael asked what happened to her but before he could answer, they heard a crash in the basement. Was it a raccoon, a squatter, a poltergeist? No, it was Fluke taking a bat to a ceramic jug. “That felt so good,” Fluke said, toying with Luke. “It’s gonna feel even better when I use this to crack Barbara Jean’s head open.” Michael told Bobbie to be ready to call the police as he casually walked to the basement door to check it out. On the other side, a tied up Luke and a bat wielding Fluke!
At Pentonville, Sonny ragged on Julian, for confessing to killing Anthony Zacchara when everybody knew it was of Johnny’s doing. Julian wasn’t going to tell Sonny who was after him out of fear they’d go after his family. But prison wasn’t the safest place for him either. Two of Johnny’s goons approached to finish the job Carlos started. Sonny came up behind one of them, stabbed him. Then more surrounded them. Julian and Sonny took them all out, kicking and punching them till the collapsed on the cold ground. Sonny set the tone, telling a grateful Julian, “Zacchara is after us both now. So that makes us an ally… for now.” But Johnny wasn’t the problem. “I don’t know his name,” Julian told Sonny. “All I can tell you is that he has Luke Spencer’s face.”
Monday on GH, Helena has a shocking new task for Jake, Julian explains the terrorizing by Luke’s doppelganger and Michael meets Fluke head on! Don’t forget: 3:00 ET and 2:00 PST/CT on ABC. Be there!