General Hospital Weekly Preview: Drew’s Fate Hangs in the Balance — Plus, Britt and Jason Get Bad News
Everything connects back to one person, Peter August.
In the preview for General Hospital for the week of October 18 – 22, the race to save Drew is on. Read on for the scoop and watch the teaser video.
Desperate to save Obrecht, Scott asked Britt to go to the last person she’d want to for help, Jason. However with her mother in danger, she put aside her pride, asked him, and Jason agreed to do whatever he could. This week, Spinelli has news to give Jason, Scott and Britt, both good and bad, and asks which they want to hear first? In synch, Britt and Jason want to get the bad news over with.
In Crete, Sam and Dante met up with Anna and Robert and were filled in on the latest developments regarding Drew being held in Victor’s compound, and that Peter is involved as well. Drew and Sam meet with an individual in the latest preview and Sam explains to them that Drew is her daughter’s father.
Guns draw, Dante and Sam locate and infiltrate Victor’s compound as the announcer reveals Drew’s fate hangs in the balance. When we last saw him, Drew had realized Peter had the key to triggering Faison’s mind-control and sent him on a mission that he couldn’t recall. Unfortunately for Peter, Victor figured out that he had double-crossed him and had the key all along and confronted him with armed guards.
Back in Port Charles, Jason appears to be giving Sonny and Carly the news that he’s off to help Britt find her mother, and reveals it all goes back to Peter.
Let us know if you think this could be the end for Peter, or if he’ll manage to slither away again. And tune in to find out if Drew, Obrecht, and Valentin are rescued from Victor and Peter’s clutches.
Video: General Hospital/Facebook
<p>No, we really never “got” why the former BFFs fell out or why Theo never left home without an axe to grind. Still, we can’t deny that when the guys committed to their juvenile feud, man, they did it in a <em>big</em> way.</p>
<p>“Bro hug?” Er, maybe not. Not after Thomas became so obsessed with sometime stepsister Hope that he drugged his waffling competition and let him believe for a year that his newborn daughter was dead.</p>
<p>Looking at this photo, honestly we can think of no words that could better illustrate why Abigail’s husband detested his late half brother, who knowingly carried on with her wiggy alternate personality.</p>
<p>How fond would <em>you</em> be of the Machiavellian sociopath who’s never loosened his grip on the softhearted woman to whom you’re now married? Yeah, that’s about how fond of Adam Rey is, too.</p>
<p>Laura’s second husband would have loathed her kidnapper’s brother under any circumstances. But on top of that, Stefan not only had an affair with his beloved “Lasha,” he was — shudder — a Cassadine.</p>
<p>Captured on film here is the rare occasion when the half brothers saw eye to eye. The topic on which they agreed: “Yep, this guy has <em>got</em> to go. If anybody’s gonna do the shirtless thing, it’s gonna be <em>us</em>!”</p>
<p>You could chalk up the siblings’ enmity to a simple case of good vs. evil (Ryan was the former; Grant, the latter). <em>Or</em> you could blame Vicky, the prickly rose with whom they both wanted to make love blossom.</p>
<p>Never mind that they were both princes. Given that Richard always got the snazzier duds as well as the girl (ex-stripper Cassie), of <em>course</em> Edmund considered his brother to be a royal — wait for it — pain.</p>
<p>Doesn’t matter if they’re fighting over Brenda, Carly or the lunch check. The Aussie has the unique ability to make the mobster so angry, he forgets that all he’s brandishing in a finger gun. And it isn’t even loaded. D’oh!</p>
<p>Maybe it’s because calling his romantic rival the dressmaker always leaves him in stitches. But Bill just can’t stop antagonizing Ridge, whether by sleeping with his daughter or seducing his wife.</p>
<p>There are a zillion reasons that the erstwhile Pawn hated the Phoenix, from abduction to brainwashing. But the biggest one would always be the villain’s fixation with… well, come to think of it, the lady on the left.</p>
<p>Even before they’d set foot in Pine Valley, these nemeses native to rural Pigeon Hollow were so competitive that if one of them wore his fanciest suit, the other would throw on a tux. So <em>there</em>!</p>
Previous in NewsGeneral Hospital’s James Patrick Stuart Recalls the Big Break That He Didn’t Even Realize Was One: ‘I Had to Pass On a Taco Bell Commercial’ to Do It
Next in NewsThe General Hospital Story That Needs To End Immediately, If Not Sooner — Plus, the Plot Point the Show Should Never, Ever Break Out Again