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'General Hospital' Spoilers: Lies Are Revealed

Maxie wants to know what is happening on GH too, so just tell her.
What is going to happen on General Hospital during the week of October 19-23, 2015? Check out the weekly spoilers below to find out what drama will be taking place in Port Charles

* Jake (Billy Miller) interrogates Nikolas (Tyler Christopher) about what he knows about his past.

* Hayden (Rebecca Budig) overhears Nikolas discussing his feelings about her to Spencer (Nicolas Bechtel).

* Olivia (Lisa LoCicero) and Ned (Wally Kurth) come face to face.

* Julian (William deVry) makes a suspicious phone call.

* Michael (Chad Duell) is unaware that Carlos may be the father of Sabrina's (Teresa Castillo) child.

* Sonny (Maurice Benard) overhears some upsetting news about his condition.

* Brad (Parry Shen) divulges his legal predicament to Alexis (Nancy Lee Grahn).

* Maxie (Kirsten Storms) comes up with a plan to help Dillon's (Robert Palmer Watkins) movie.

* Dante (Dominic Zamprogna) reveals to Olivia his and Lulu's (Emme Rylan) family plans.

* Alexis reveals to Julian that he is the father of Olivia's Baby.

* Julian and Olivia agree to do what is best for Leo.

* Elizabeth (Rebecca Herbst) asks Jake to quit the investigation into his identity.

* Kiki (Hayley Erin) helps a bewildered Nina (Michelle Stafford) prepare to host a family visit with Maxie and Nathan (Ryan Paevey).

* Nathan urges Dante to tell Lulu the truth.

* Spinelli (Bradford Anderson) makes an important discovery while helping Sam (Kelly Monaco) and Jake.

* Laura has concerns about Little Jake's (James Nigbor) behavior.

* Lulu observes tension between Laura (Genie Francis) and Nikolas.

* Elizabeth's colleagues throw her a bridal shower at the hospital.

* Michael surprises Sonny with some positive news.

* Anna (Finola Hughes) makes a startling discovery.


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