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General Hospital Spoilers: Wednesday, October 16 – Nina’s Suspicious – Maxie & Lulu Argue – Michael Attacks Brad

General Hospital Spoilers: Nina Reeves (Cynthia Watros)General Hospital spoilers for Wednesday, October 16, tease that Alexis Davis (Nancy Lee Grahn) will be shaken when someone walks into Charlie’s Pub. That person will likely be her new personal trainer, Kendra Lennon (Michelle Argyris), who seems to strike fear in Alexis with her harrowing workouts and strict diet regimen. As GH viewers know, Kendra really seems to have it out for Alexis, although she’s been really sweet to Alexis’ face.

Meanwhile, Lulu Spencer (Emme Rylan) will argue with Maxie Jones (Kirsten Storms). It seems that Maxie might insinuate that Lulu did the wrong thing when she told Nina Reeves (Cynthia Watros) about Sasha Gilmore (Sofia Mattsson) not really being her daughter. Or perhaps Maxie will just take issue with the time and place where the big revelation went down. At any rate, it looks like Lulu won’t appreciate the criticism when she just wanted the truth to come out.

Next on GH, Nina will be puzzled by Valentin Cassadine’s (James Patrick Stuart) take on an important matter. As GH viewers know, Nina forgave Valentin after he lied to her face and claimed not to have any knowledge about Sasha’s fake daughter scam. On Wednesday’s episode, Nina will express an interest in seeing to it that Sasha gets punished for her actions – perhaps by turning her in for fraud or making her pay in some other way.

General Hospital Spoilers – Julian Jerome Continues Lying To His Son

But it seems that Valentin will suggest that they just let it all go, which will surprise Nina. She’ll openly wonder why Valentin wouldn’t want to see Sasha punished. Of course, the real reason is that Valentin is afraid that in the course of punishing Sasha, his own guilt might come out. GH viewers know that Valentin orchestrated the whole fake daughter scam, so he’ll do whatever he can to protect himself here.

Meanwhile, Lucas Jones (Ryan Carnes) will find himself growing more suspicious about Brad Cooper (Parry Shen). Lucas will sit down at Charlie’s Pub and talk with Julian Jerome (William deVry) about his concerns about Brad – namely that he just doesn’t know what’s going on in that head of his.

If only he knew the enormity of the secret that Brad is keeping from him…that Wiley Cooper-Jones (Theo and Erik Olson) really isn’t Wiley, but is Jonah Corinthos. Of course, Julian knows this, so that should make the conversation with Lucas especially difficult.

General Hospital Spoilers – Michael Corinthos Lashes Out At Brad Cooper

Finally, on Wednesday’s new episode of General Hospital, Nelle Benson’s (Chloe Lanier) parole hearing will get started. Both Brad and Michael Corinthos (Chad Duell) will be on hand, but for very different reasons.

Brad will be there to present a prepared statement of support for Nelle being released, and Michael will likely be there to give reasons why Nelle should remain incarcerated. Of course, Brad is going with Nelle’s theory that her hormones were messed up when she agreed to conspire with Harrison Chase (Josh Swickard) to kill Michael.

That’s something that won’t sit well with Michael, and he looks downright peeved at Brad’s actions in Wednesday’s GH previews as Brad stands by and Nelle claims that it’s time that Michael know the truth about something. It doesn’t appear that she’s going to spill the whole baby secret at this point, but the whole scene will probably about kill Brad’s nerves and really irritate Michael. We’ll see what Nelle ultimately tells Michael, but it looks like it will result in Michael trying to attack Brad.

It looks like we’re in for a great episode on Wednesday! Stay tuned to the ABC soap and don’t forget to check Celebrating The Soaps often for the latest General Hospital spoilers, updates, and news.

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