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'General Hospital' Monday: Two Shot, One Stabbed, Chinese Food Bonding, Hormones, DNA Results and a Makeout Session

The action was fast and furious on Monday's episode of ABC soap opera General Hospital.

Warning: Spoilers ahead...

Maxie stabbed Peter Harrell Jr. in the back.
Sam (Kelly Monaco) and Patrick (Jason Thompson) bonded after ordering Chinese food. "Now is the time to try something new," her fortune cookie read. Patrick got the same message. "What do you think this means?" Sam wondered.

Meanwhile, Stavros (Robert Kelker-Kelly) pulled Lulu (Emme Rylan) away from Dante (Dominic Zamprogna) and took her to another room. Determined to have a baby with her, Stavros revealed he had Lulu injected with a lot of hormones and something to make her a "little more pliable." As Stavros moved closer to a seemingly unconscious Lulu, she bit his arm. After Anna set him free, Dante searched for Lulu leading him to the room Jason (Billy Miller? Whose hands were those?) was in. But Jason had escaped!

Elsewhere, Obrecht (Kathleen Gati) admitted to Nathan (Ryan Paevey) that Victor Cassadine (Thaao Penghlis) was his father. After Nathan took off to save Maxie (Kirsten Storms), Victor read the DNA results which confirmed he was not the father. "You lying bitch!" Victor screamed at Obrecht before Anna (Finola Hughes) stormed in and shot him in the hand. Anna dropped her gun and began to read Victor his rights when Obrecht grabbed the gun and pointed it at them.

Down the hall Maxie was dealing with Peter Harrell Sr. (David Gautreaux) and Peter Harrell Jr. a.k.a. Levi (Zachary Garred). Peter Sr. was about to stab Maxie with a knife he made by melting down the Aztec jewels when Nathan arrived and shot him in the back. Furious his father was dead, Levi attacked Nathan and the two began to fight (has Nathan ever won a fight?). Just as Levi was going to shoot Nathan, Maxie picked up the dagger and stabbed Levi in the back. "This is for me," she said as the knife went in. Over the bleeding and lifeless Harrell bodies, Nathan and Maxie shared a kiss. Love (and blood) in the afternoon!

What happens next? Tune in Tuesday to find out!

* 'General Hospital': Levi Dunkleman's Real Name Is... Peter Harrell
* David Gautreaux Debuts Peter Harrell Sr. on 'General Hospital'


NelsonAspen said…
Give me a compelling mystery, complex love story or a heartfelt conversation between multi-dimensional characters (played by talented actors)....please! Apparently that is out of vogue and/or too much to ask. For now, anyway!
Anonymous said…
So many twists and turns. Great episode.

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