General Hospital Spoilers: December 25-29, 2017

General Hospital Spoilers
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In this week’s General Hospital spoilers: Carly concocts a scheme to ensure Jason and Sam ring in the new year together. Who says counting to ten doesn’t have its upsides? Also: Will Griffin and Ava work through their issues? Finn takes a risk to help Anna’s investigation. Get the latest GH scoop in our General Hospital spoilers for the week of December 25, 2017.

General Hospital Spoilers: For the Love of #Friendship
Carly resorts to her old tricks in a well-meaning effort to make sure Jason and Sam start the new year on the right path. After Jason tells Carly he’s leaving Port Charles, she springs into action to do what she feels is right for best friend, and the woman he loves who’s also become her friend. In the New Year’s Eve episode (airing December 29), Carly’s actions have an effect on Jason, Sam and Drew. When Sam runs into Jason, it presents an opportunity for Jason to voice his regrets. Will Sam respond to Jason’s opening? Will she finally allow herself to feel what she’s been pushing away? She may get the chance especially since car trouble is keeping Drew away…

Also This Week
General Hospital will not air on Monday due to the Christmas holiday.

  • Sonny shares his regrets. Sam seeks Kim’s help. Anna urges Finn to learn self-defense. Lulu remains determined. Nathan looks for answers.
  • Ava worries she overstepped. Maxie corners Amy. Obrecht makes a confession. Dante is proud. Laura crosses with Stella.
  • Anna enjoys a minor victory. Lulu is excited about her future. Michael turns to family for support. Nelle feels hopeful during Monica’s examination.
  • Kim remains vague. Dante disagrees with Lulu’s actions.

Source Sneak Peek: January 1, 2018 Edition
The fallout from Carly’s New Year’s shenanigans: Jason confronts Carly; Franco’s confusion grows. Molly turns to Alexis for help. Nathan jumps to conclusions. Julian makes an emotional plea to Olivia.

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