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'General Hospital' Sneak Peek: You're My Daughter

"You're my daughter," Franco says to Kiki.
During the week of February 16-20 on ABC soap opera General Hospital, Kiki (Kirsten Alderson) visits Franco (Roger Howarth), who is still recovering after injecting himself with LSD. Kiki is surprised when Franco responds and seems to know who she is.

"So you know who I am?" Kiki asks.

"Of course, Franco replies, "you're my daughter."

Will this be the final scene ever between Alderson, who will soon be leaving GH, and Howarth, who played her father for many years on One Life to Live?

Watch a sneak peek of their scene below:



Spoiler Alert! Don't miss General Hospital on Thursday, February 19 when Anna Devane (Finola Hughes) has a surprise for has a surprise for Commissioner Kyle Sloane (Grayson McCouch).

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