GH Preview: Elizabeth is Furious


general hospital spoilers week of december 17

This week on General Hospital: Carly (Laura Wright) steps in to help on Monday (December 17). Sam (Kelly Monaco) is anxious. Jason (Steve Burton) offers his support. Elizabeth (Rebecca Herbst) is stunned. Laura (Genie Francis) feels proud.

Margaux (Elizabeth Hendrickson) gets a lead on Tuesday (December 18). Carly is worried. Lulu (Emme Rylan) pumps Chase (Josh Swickard) for information. Cameron (William Lipton) gets in over his head. Daisy (Kelsey Wang) offers her support.

On Wednesday (December 19), Carly vents to Jason. Elizabeth is furious. Nina (Michelle Stafford) is shocked. Valentin (James Patrick Stuart) gets closer to what he wants. Kristina (Lexi Ainsworth) calls Sam out.

Sonny (Maurice Benard) and Carly are at odds on Thursday (December 20). Sam gets a troubling message. Chase tries to get closer to Willow (Katelyn MacMullen). Peter (Wes Ramsey) wrestles with his feelings. Obrecht (Kathleen Gati) bites her tongue.

On Friday (December 21), Aiden (Jason David) is disappointed. Oscar (Garren Stitt) makes a point to help others. Anna (Finola Hughes) feels indebted to Maxie (Kirsten Storms). Chase can’t stop thinking about Willow. Jordan (Briana Nicole Henry) confides in Stella (Vernee Watson).

Coming up in Port Charles during the week of December 24:

  • Ava (Maura West) lashes out.
  • Julian (William deVry) celebrates a belated Christmas.
  • Kim (Tamara Braun) is touched by Drew’s (Billy Miller) support.
  • Olivia (Lisa LoCicero) makes a discovery.

Christmas Eve Flashback: General Hospital will re-air a classic holiday episode on December 24, from December 23, 2005 — where the Quartermaine, Scorpio, Lansing and Corinthos families gather for Christmas festivities at GH. Scrubs alert! Robin (Kimberly McCullough) gets insight Patrick’s (Jason Thompson) family life (Rick Springfield also appears as Noah). Meanwhile, Elizabeth and Lucky (Greg Vaughan) enjoy a peaceful night at home.

General Hospital airs weekdays on Citytv and ABC. Canadian viewers can catch up on demand, on the CityTV app and on


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