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'General Hospital' Spoilers: (October 26-30, 2015)

Carolyn Hennesy returns as Diane 
What is going to happen on General Hospital during the week of October 26-30, 2015? Check out the weekly spoilers below to find out what drama will be taking place in Port Charles

* Carly (Laura Wright) and Sonny (Maurice Benard) react to the news that Michael (Chad Duell) and Sabrina (Teresa Castillo) are having a baby.

* Sam (Kelly Monaco) seeks Diane's (Carolyn Hennesy) help following Spinelli's (Bradford Anderson) arrest.

* Sam assures Jake (Billy Miller) that she will help him uncover his identity.

* Dante (Dominic Zamprogna) and Lulu (Emme Rylan) move forward with their family plans.

* Nikolas (Tyler Christopher) admonishes Sam for prying into his business.

* Hayden (Rebecca Budig) manages to score an invitation to Jake and Elizabeth's (Rebecca Herbst) wedding.

* Olivia (Lisa LoCicero) unintentionally touches a nerve when she heaps praise on a guilt-ridden Dante.

* Sabrina struggles with the consequences of her actions.

* Dillon (Robert Palmer Watkins) and Dante clash over Lulu.

* Jake gives Spinelli crucial information to help uncover his identity.

* Ric (Rick Hearst) gives Sonny legal advice that he doesn’t want to hear.

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

* Dillon comes close to revealing the truth about Dante to Lulu.

* Dante witness Lulu and Valerie's (Brytni Sarpy) heart-to-heart talk.

* Ava (Maura West) makes a plea to Kiki (Hayley Erin) to help her win back Avery.

* After taking Little Jake, Cameron and Aiden trick-or-treating, Elizabeth is moved by Jake's genuine paternal instincts.

* Dante confesses his indiscretion to Sonny.

* Paul (Richard Burgi) offers Dillon advice about Lulu.

* Lulu happens upon some revealing footage from Dillon's movie.

* Ava has an emotional moment with Paul.

* Port Charles celebrates Halloween at the Haunted Star party.

* Elizabeth receives a special wedding gift from her grandmother, Audrey (Rachel Ames), and starts to feel nervous about her upcoming big day.

* Carly discovers some mind-blowing information.

* Dillon witnesses a close exchange between Valerie and Dante.

* Paul seeks out Anna on the pier and makes a confession.


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