General Hospital Spoilers: September 25-29, 2017 Edition

This week on General Hospital, Ava has an important choice to make. Also: Franco is asked to keep a secret; Nelle is rattled; Sam shares her concerns; Maxie puts Nathan at ease. Get the latest GH scoop in our General Hospital spoilers for the week of September 25, 2017.

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General Hospital Spoilers: If Man is Five, Then the Devil is Six

Ava finds herself facing a moral dilemma. The femme fatale doesn’t always make the best choices; this time will she take the right path? A proposition could make the situation more complicated. Griffin’s frustration with Valentin intensifies. He makes his intentions crystal clear. Griffin remains on Ava’s mind. Will Franco comply when asked to keep a secret? He finds a confidant in Scott while Liz receives good news. When asked to explain herself, Liz has trouble. Is Franco ready to put the past behind him?

Mother Knows Best

Carly cannot help herself when it comes to meddling in Michael’s life but is she right to do so this time? Nelle finds Michael’s gesture unnerving and she’s not the only one. Carly’s feelings are mixed but Bobbie extends an olive branch. Nelle and Michael’s reason to celebrate puts that later at odds with his mother. An ambush is set for Nelle.

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Also this week:

Is the Man Landers charade putting stress on Maxie and Nathan’s marriage? Maxie puts Nathan’s mind at ease. Later, Nathan comforts Amy.

Sam checks in with Monica and they discuss Jason’s situation. Sam voices her concerns.

  • Sonny has a task for Brick.
  • Anna isn’t convinced.
  • Mac and Felicia are astonished.
  • Dillon feels threatened.

Source Sneak Peek:

Alexis is annoyed with Sam. Valentin wants to leave his past in the past. Franco is asked to explain himself. An old foe of Nikolas surfaces.

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