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General Hospital Spoilers: December 29, 2014 Edition

"General Hospital" logo courtesy ABC
"General Hospital" logo courtesy ABC

This week on General Hospital, as one year ends another begins in Port Charles and many residents turn up at the Metro Court to ring in 2015. New Year’s Eve will bring a night of romance, jealousy and tense encounters. Get the latest GH scoop in our General Hospital spoilers for the week of December 29, 2014.

Sometime Around Midnight

As Maxie and Nathan try to make their way back to each other for New Year’s, their travel plans hit a snag. They rush to see each other in person before the stroke of midnight. Will Maxie and Nathan end up spending New Year’s together? Or will they be stuck skyping?

Patrick and Sam discuss the state of their relationship, deciding to ring in New Year’s together. Later, Sam and Patrick question their next steps. Is it full steam ahead for their budding romance?

Carly and Jake continue to bond as she helps him find a job. As they unknowingly fall back into old patterns, will the BFFs find themselves in a compromising position?

Jordan comes up with a new cover in order to save her life. Later, she fills Shawn in on her latest plan.

Also this week

  • Elizabeth shares an emotional moment with a loved one.
  • Alexis accuses Julian of purposely making her jealous, while Ned has a warning for Olivia.
  • Sloan and Anna argue about his investigation.
  • Duke and Lucy have an open and honest chat about their feelings.

 

Wednesday December 31 will be an encore episode to be determined. There will be no episode Thursday January 1.

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