Laura Collins and Valentin have a big mystery to solve.
General Hospital spoilers for July 28, 2023, reveal a serious search, deep fears, family bonding, and so much more. You won’t want to miss a moment of this exciting new episode.
General Hospital Spoilers Highlights
Laura (Genie Francis) and Valentin (James Patrick Stuart) have been in Chechnya for weeks and a newly-returned Yuri (Cyrus Hobbi) is quite worried about them. They are in a dangerous part of the world looking for Nikolas, but are they on the right path?
It is clear Victor (Charles Shaughnessy) knew what happened to his nephew considering the gargoyle drawing he left for Ava (Maura West) in his will, but is he really where Laura and Valentin think he is? As we finally see them on their mission, they run into more trouble as someone is after them and trying to keep them from the truth.
Meanwhile, Ava finds she has a new reason to worry as her Nikolas mess is closer and closer to coming to light.
General Hospital: Sisterly Love
Apparently, Molly (Brooke Anne Smith) had a car accident off-screen to add to her list of problems. When Sam (Kelly Monaco) visited to see how she was doing, she asked how Molly would feel if she never raised a child.
That gave Molly a lot to think about so when Kristina (Kate Mansi) stops by to check on her, will she tell her other sister what she really wants to do with her future?
GH Spoilers: A New Life For Carly And Joss
Carly (Laura Wright) is quite excited about the prospect of revamping Kelly’s. She has some direction now and can’t wait to tell Michael (Chad Duell) all about it. How will she feel about Willow’s (Katelyn MacMullen) decision to allow Nina (Cynthia Watros) into her life?
Finally, Josslyn (Eden McCoy) is having some problems reconciling herself with the fact that her boyfriend is a mobster and her mother is going to run a diner and not a fancy hotel. At least Trina (Tabyana Ali) is there to give her friend some advice.
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