New General Hospital Spoilers For December 18, 2020 Episode Revealed
Happy Thursday, “General Hospital” fans. We are back at you on another Thursday to let you guys know how this latest week of General Hospital will end when tomorrow’s new December 18, 2020 episode hits the air.
We were able to round up another 5,new, December 18, 2020, episode teaser descriptions for you guys, thanks to the terrific ABC folks. So, let’s dive straight into those right now.
First off, it sounds like tomorrow’s new Friday, December 18, 2020, week-ending episode will feature some very intense, dramatic, intense and possible emotional scenes as Sonny takes control.
Jason gets vindicated. Martin calls in to question Cyrus’ motives. Curtis feels betrayed. Carly and Joss aka Josslyn have a very serious conversation and more.
We’ll go ahead and start off this spoiler session with the Sonny situation. It turns out that Sonny will be in the mood to take the lead in this episode as he will step up and take charge at some point.
ABC’s official description for this latest Sonny scenario tells us, “Sonny takes control.”
What exactly will Sonny take control of in this moment? That’s a big question we’ll be looking to see get answered before the hour is up.
The second spoiler scoop reveals that Jason will have a pretty redeeming moment in this episode as he will get totally vindicated at some point.
ABC’s description for this latest Jason scenario tells us, “Jason is vindicated.” An alternate description reads like this, “Jason is victorious.”
We’re also officially hearing that Jason will struggle to reconnect with Sonny in the December 21, 2020 episode.
The 3rd spoiler teaser reveals that Martin will definitely have a problem with the moves that Cyrus is making these days. So much so that he will totally question Cyrus’ intentions!
ABC’s description for this Martin and Cyrus storyline tells us, “Martin questions Cyrus’ motives.”
The 4th spoiler scoop reveals that Curtis will not be feeling very good at all in this episode when it comes to the issue of loyalty because he will totally feel like he’s been utterly betrayed to no end!
ABC’s description for this latest Curtis storyline tells us, “Curtis feels betrayed.”
Some other things we’re officially hearing about Curtis is that he will get together and bond with Molly, TJ and Jordan for Christmas. Curtis will also get some advice from Portia. This will all go down in the December 23, 2020 episode.
The 5th and last teaser description lets us know that Carly and Joss aka Josslyn will totally get together in this episode to sit down and reveal to each other what’s really in their hearts and minds.
ABC’s description for this Carly and Josslyn moment tells us, “Carly and Joss have a heart-to-heart.” An alternate description reads like this, “Carly sits her daughter down for a much-needed heart to heart.”
Another thing we’re hearing about Carly is that she will totally start worrying like nobody’s business in the December 23, 2020 episode, and she will try to hide her distraught. So, get ready for those very emotional, Carly moments in the near future.
Alright guys. That’s all the spoilers scoops we could track down for tomorrow’s new December 18, 2020 episode of General Hospital, but certainly expect to see other scenes play out that were not mentioned in this spoiler article, especially since this one is a week-ending episode.
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