General Hospital Spoilers For Thursday, March 14: Ava Unleashes At Wrong Twin — Kristina’s Brainwashed — Shiloh Talks Miracles

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General Hospital (GH) spoilers for Thursday, March 14 promise another day of exciting drama on the ABC soap opera! First, we see Anna Devane (Finola Hughes) with Dr. Hamilton Finn (Michael Easton) obviously meeting with another individual, who is probably Dr. Andre Maddox (Anthony Montgomery). Anna seems rather frustrated; her whole goal of contacting Andre was to find out whether she had any of her sister Alex Marick’s memories. She implores him rather angrily, “Which memories are mine?”

Then over with Finn’s younger brother, Detective Harrison Chase, (Josh Swickard), he appears to have taken his date Willow Tait (Katelyn MacMullen) to a romantic restaurant with dim lighting. As they engage in deep conversation, she apparently has a special request for him. He asks her, “Is that what you would want?”

Meanwhile, Kristina Corinthos-Davis (Lexi Ainsworth) lays down her ground rules for staying in a relationship with her rather succinctly to a crestfallen Molly Lansing-Davis (Haley Pullos) and a very serious and concerned looking Sam McCall (Kelly Monaco).

She tells her sisters, “If you can’t respect the choices I’ve made for my life, then you can’t be in it!”

This is obviously after having been strongly encouraged by Shiloh Archer (Coby Ryan McLaughlin) on Wednesday, March 13 to shed anyone who brought negativity in her life, including family members, and to only have friendships with the other cult members, who would bring only positivity.

At General Hospital, Shiloh himself approaches Drew Cain (Billy Miller) and Dr. Kim Nero (Tamara Braun) who appear to be standing in Oscar Nero’s (Garren Lake Stitt) hospital room, probably waiting for him to return from having medical tests to see if his tumor has progressed again. Shiloh attempts to offer hope to them, saying, “Miracles are a lot more common than you think.” Drew looks annoyed just at the sight of him standing there in the door!

Elsewhere, a skeptical and possibly confused Lulu Falconeri (Emme Rylan) is having a conversation with her mother, Mayor Laura Webber Collins (Genie Francis). She asks her why she isn’t in any rush to invalidate her divorce from Kevin Collins (Jon Lindstrom).

Meanwhile, back at General Hospital, Ava Jerome, (Maura West) fresh from a good talk with her old friend Franco Baldwin (Roger Howarth), spots Kevin in the hallway. She is still upset about her “Kevin” turning out to be his psychotic twin Ryan, and obviously strikes out at the wrong twin, slapping Kevin in the face and calling him an SOB!

It looks like an exciting episode; keep watching GH and checking General Hospital spoilers frequently for all the latest news, spoilers, and updates!

As always, more detailed spoilers and a full collection of pictures for the week in question will appear on Soap Opera Spy, where there will be more clues and hints over exactly what’s going on.

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3 Comments
  1. Guest says

    Of all the things Liz could’ve left Franco over, His helping expose a serial killer without telling her is the one to push her over the edge??? Really?

    1. Guest says

      THANK YOU! You got it right, She marches Cam into Franco’s room to apologize for doubting him and praise him as the “hero of the day”, then she stands there mute and all judgmental. B*tc*, you ain’t all that, so stop acting like it. He didn’t have an option to run down to the house and tell you his plan. It don’t take Einstein to figure that out!

    2. Guest says

      I hear you Yolanda! And now the writers want us to believe that Dante suddenly went to the “dark side!” At least that’s what it appears to be heading. Maybe he was implanted with someone else’s memories too???!!!! And when are they gonna give back Michael’s baby??? Michael needs his Jonah fix! BTW, that is a stupid name for a child. Just sayin! But he can settle down with Willow (another stupid name) and make more branches for the family tree. No need for any more action or excitement than those two.

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