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General Hospital Spoilers: Jerry Jacks Returns To Town, Villian One Of The “Mystery” Bosses

Port Charles could use another supervillain, according to General Hospital spoilers, and one or more may visit the city.

Who is the mysterious employer of Mason Gatlin (Nathaniel Grey) and who is behind Pikeman are two of the main questions that fans have right now.

It’s difficult to suppose Jerry Jacks couldn’t play a role in either situation, even if there are likely multiple persons working for or leading both organizations or performances.

Fan Speculation Is Running Wild

The source of Pikeman and Mason’s orders may be someone that fans are already familiar with, according to GH spoilers.

Fans speculated online that Gatlin’s employer could have been anyone from Tonja Walker’s Olivia Jerome to Jessica Tuck’s Cassandra Pierce.

Since it is now obvious that the employer is a man, fans have speculated that he might be Lorenzo Alcazar (Ted King) or perhaps Cyrus Renault (Jeff Kober).

But, what about Jerry Jacks (Sebastian Roché)? He was infamously responsible for the Metro Court hostage takeover in 2007, and is as “bad” as bad guys get!

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Jerry Jacks Is One Port Charles’s Top Villains, Ever

Jerry Jacks entered the little town in the late ‘90s and is the brother to “hero” Jasper “Jax” Jacks (Ingo Rademacher).

He’s handsome and charming but devious to the core. The interesting thing about Jerry returning to town is the connections he still has to so many characters onscreen.

If he’s connected to Pikeman or perhaps Mason’s boss, it may make sense given that he has a deadly rivalry with Sonny Corithos (Maurice Benard).

He caused everyone to believe that Robin Scorpio-Drake (Kimberly McCullough) had died, making him a target for both Anna Devan (Finola Hughes) and Robert Scorpio (Tristan Rogers). In addition, he is the uncle of Josslyn Jacks (Eden McCoy), thus Carly Spencer (Laura Wright) would be in full-on mommy bear mode.

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