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General Hospital Spoilers: October 2-6, 2017 Edition

This week on General Hospital, Anna let’s her guard down. Also: Ava is in danger; Valentin receives a mysterious call; Sam has a moment of happiness; a villain from the past resurfaces. Get the latest GH scoop in our General Hospital spoilers for the week of October 2, 2017.

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General Hospital Spoilers: Gifted

Nina is lavished with an extravagant gift. Meanwhile, her husband wants to keep his past buried. Valentin gets a peculiar phone call. What or who calls him away? Michael confronts Nelle. Will he continue to stand by his girlfriend despite the skeletons in her closet? Nina has a task for Nelle. Sonny visits Carly. Carly does something very unCarlylike…she apologizes. Anna and Finn continue to work together. The spy lets her guard down while the doctor’s irritation emerges.

In GrAva Danger

Ava continues to prove to be her worst enemy when she sabotages herself. Her future could be bleak. Look for Ava to receive a bit of a shock. Meanwhile, Griffin extends his kindness to someone in need. The doctor/priest may have some explaining to do. Will Griffin avoid the truth? He feels a pang of guilt.

(ABC/Craig Sjodin) MICHELLE STAFFORD

Also this week:

Alexis is displeased with Sam. What causes the mother/daughter conflict? Later, Sam enjoys a moment of happiness.

  • Stella has news for Curtis.
  • Maxie and Amy bond.
  • Josslyn wants to help.
  • Franco is asked to explain himself.
  • An old foe of Nikolas surfaces.

Source Sneak Peek:

Franco comes clean to Liz. Alexis gets disappointing news. Josslyn reflects on Morgan’s death. Curtis discovers some interesting information.

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