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Weekly General Hospital Spoilers: Trouble And Strive And Nothing At All Nice

Find out what the GH spoilers for November 27 – December 1, 2023, have in store for your Port Charles favorites.

These General Hospital spoilers tease Thanksgiving Day troubles, a relationship in jeopardy, and so much more. This will be a week you won’t want to miss!

General Hospital Spoilers Highlights

It’s usually the likes of Tracy (Jane Elliot), or an errant pooch, or a peeved cook, that wind up spoiling the Quartermaine family’s turkey day — which usually results in the clan being forced to rely on an old standard: pizza. This year, it’s similar but different.

Instead of more of the same, Lois’s (Rena Sofer) mother, Gloria (Ellen Travolta), is the one to bring the festivities to a halt with the news that she’s in hot water and only intervention of her loved ones can save the day. But what, exactly, has Mother Cerullo gotten herself into?

Worries and Advice

In other GH news, Marshall (Robert Gossett) worries about Curtis (Donnell Turner), Drew (Cameron Mathison) gives Sam (Kelly Monaco) cause for concern, and Martin (Michael E. Knight) helps Finn (Michael Easton) with his legal issues. Maxie (Kirsten Storms) opens up to Felicia (Kristina Wanger), Sonny (Maurice Benard) makes plans for Christmas Eve, and Dante (Dominic Zamprogna) gets some disturbing news.

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Meanwhile, the loss of their would-be child seems poised to tear TJ (Tajh Bellow) and Molly (Kristen Vaganos) apart rather than bring them closer together. Look for Portia (Brook Kerr) to do her utmost to give grieving TJ some solid advice on how to move forward with his domestic partner.

Odds and Ends

Finally, Ava (Maura West) takes Nina (Cynthia Watros) into her confidence and makes a startling confession. But what exactly does she cop to? Thinking that she killed Nikolas (Adam Huss)? Or might it be conceivable that she’s the assassin who gunned down Austin (Roger Howarth)? He wouldn’t be her first victim, and he probably won’t be her last.

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