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'General Hospital' Sneak Peek: Alexis Occupies Julian

"You're my daughter," Franco says to Kiki.
On the Monday, February 16 episode of ABC soap opera General Hospital, Alexis (Nancy Lee Grahn) admits her feelings for Julian (Willian deVry), who attempts to call Ned.

"You are not calling Ned," Alexis says, ending up nearly on top of Julian while reaching for the phone to stop him.

"Just five minutes," Julian replies.

"No, no, he would not appreciate it," insists Alexis.

"Okay, fine. If you won't let me call your ex, you're going to have to find another way to keep me occupied," Julian tells her.

"Okay," says Alexis, who climbs on top and plants a kiss on him. "How's that?"

Watch a sneak peek of their scene below:



Spoiler Alert! Don't miss General Hospital on Thursday, February 19 when Ned (Wally Kurth) makes a shocking announcement to Julian and Alexis.

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