Things are getting dark in these GENERAL HOSPITAL spoilers, but is there a light at the end of the tunnel? Carly wants an update from Michael, Brad may regret standing up to Julian, Ava is understandably freaking out, and Jason's plan to save Sam may have just hit a snag thanks to Ryan Chamberlain!
Now that the news about Sasha pretending to be Nina's daughter has spread around town, Carly checks in with Michael to confirm the status of his relationship with her. "You did walk away from Sasha," she asks her son. How will she react to learn that he hasn't?
At the police station, Jordan is having a hard time proving that the honest people in Port Charles are actually telling the truth. "This town is riddled with liars," she complains to Curtis. But can they find a way to get to the truth?
Brad decides to take a stand against Julian. "You don't tell me no," Julian informs his son-in-law. But Brad stands firm. "I just did," he retorts. What, exactly, is Brad denying Julian, and will he come to regret this decision?
Having met with Bryce at Pentonville, Jason is confident that the criminal will strike a deal with the Feds and reveal who hired him to set up Sam. Returning to the police station interrogation room, Jason shares the good news with Alexis and Sam. "The Feds are about to find out they have no case," he informs them. Unfortunately, he's not aware of what happened after he left the prison!
With the anniversary of Ryan's last reign of terror coming up, Ava is understandably shaken, especially since the serial killer refuses to leave her alone. "Ryan is still thinking about me," she confesses, terrified. And in his cell at Pentonville, Ryan's hands — well, hand — is covered with blood as he nonchalantly remarks: "Something terrible has happened…" Is the horror about to start all over again?
Check out this tease for today's dramatic episode and for more GH preview, keep reading the ABC edition of Soaps In Depth magazine.
General Hospital Tease: October 18th, 2019
"Something terrible has happened... " #GHPosted by General Hospital on Friday, October 18, 2019