7 Explosive ‘General Hospital’ Spoilers Next 2 Weeks: Olivia Shocked – Dante A Total Wreck

General Hospital spoilers two weeks, September 7-18, reveal Olivia Falconeri (Lisa LoCicero) finally gets to see Dante Falconeri (Dominic Zamprogna). But, the mental state he’s in shocks Olivia. Plus, several other Port Charles citizens are distraught. Now, get a sneak peek at the next two weeks ahead on the ABC daytime sudser.

#1 Olivia Falconeri in Shock – Dante Falconeri a Mess – General Hospital 2-Week Spoilers

Coming up on GH, Robert Scorpio (Tristan Rogers) comes through for Olivia Falconeri. Soon, Robert gets Olivia into the WSB center to visit Dante Falconeri. However, Dante continues to struggle with his PTSD. Plus, Dante is livid that the bureau had an assignment for him even though he is still a danger to others. To make matters worse, it involves someone close to Dante Falconeri on General Hospital.

Spoilers indicate Dante must betray someone he cares for with the mission. No doubt, Dante’s furious and has trouble handling it. Soon, when Dante finds out Olivia Falconeri’s there to see him, he’s shocked. Furthermore, Dante may refuse to let Olivia see him like that. Soon, Olivia Falconeri is distraught and that may be why. Elsewhere, Dante Falconeri’s ex Lulu Spencer (Emme Rylan) shows concern for Kevin Collins (Jon Lindstrom) on General Hospital.

General Hospital Spoilers: Olivia Falconeri (Lisa LoCicero)

#2 Alexis in Shock on GH

Soon on General Hospital, Alexis Davis (Nancy Lee Grahn) is stunned. Recently, Jordan Ashford (Briana Henry) told Alexis that Neil Byrne (Joe Flanigan) had drugs in his system. So, he died of an overdose. Of course, that was the last thing Alexis expects. So, she’s in disbelief. No doubt, this has Cyrus’ name all over it as he’s a drug trafficker.

So, there’s a good chance Alexis was the target and Neil got in the way. Cyrus may have wanted to weaken Sonny Corinthos (Maurice Benard) by killing Alexis. If so, his plan backfired. Also, Portia Robinson (Brook Kerr) has words for Ava Jerome (Maura West). Perhaps, it involves Portia’s daughter Trina Robinson (Sydney Mikayla) on General Hospital.

#3 Brook Lynn May Never Sing Again on General Hospital

Soon to come on General Hospital, Portia gives Brook Lynn Quartermaine (Briana Lane) some news. So, it may concern her vocal cords. Of course, BLQ is terrified the damage is severe and her singing career may be over. Brook Lynn is scared and angry and if she’s not able to sing again, she’ll be crushed. Also, Sam McCall (Kelly Monaco) feels incredibly guilty.

Now, Sam sees the ripple effect Valentin Cassadine (James Patrick Stuart) caused in his CEO takeover at ELQ. So, Sam holds Valentin responsible. And, she probably feels that all of this mess could’ve been avoided if she never made a deal with him. Meanwhile, Bobbie Spencer (Jacklyn Zeman) blames Val as well and lashes out at him soon on General Hospital. 

General Hospital Spoilers: Brook Lynn Quartermaine (Briana Lane)

#4 Jordan Suspects Cyrus on General Hospital

Soon, Jordan is on the hunt for answers on General Hospital. Most likely, she wants to get to the bottom of Neil’s overdose. Clearly, Neil didn’t show any signs of addiction and he was a medical professional. Of course, he was recently let go from GH but that had nothing to do with drugs. Then, Jordan confronts Cyrus so she probably suspects he is behind Neil’s death.

Elsewhere, Ava leans on Franco Baldwin (Roger Howarth). However, Franco is beginning to wonder if Ava is as good of a friend as he thought. Also, Franco sticks up for Elizabeth Webber (Rebecca Herbst). So, he may feel the need to put Ava in her place soon. Later on, Carly Corinthos (Laura Wright) has drinks with Brick (Stephen A Smith). And, she may confide in him on General Hospital. 

#5 Cyrus Taunts Sam on GH

Soon to come on General Hospital, Cyrus deliberately tries to get under Sam’s skin. No doubt, this is a risky move seeing as Jason Morgan (Steve Burton) is extremely protective of Sam. Perhaps, Cyrus wants to push Jason’s buttons. That way Jason may retaliate and break the truce he and Sonny have with Cyrus. Then, Cyrus can attack.

In other news, Ned Quartermaine (Wally Kurth) reaches out to Sonny. So, Ned may hope that Sonny can convince Brook Lynn to forgive him. Also, Robert gets an unnerving phone call. Plus, more questions are raised soon about the death of Holly Sutton (Emma Samms). So, Robert may go on a mission to get the truth on General Hospital.

General Hospital: Cyrus Renault (Jeff Kober)

#6 Mike in Bad Shape on General Hospital

Sadly, Mike Corbin (Max Gail) takes a sharp turn for the worst soon on General Hospital. Not only will Mike’s death break Sonny’s heart but it may give Cyrus an advantage. Clearly, Sonny is in an extremely vulnerable position right now. Sonny’s stepdaughter Josslyn Jacks (Eden McCoy), tries to spend some time with Mike while she still can.

Elsewhere, Elizabeth feels terrible and makes things right with Franco. Then, Epiphany Johnson (Sonya Eddy) stresses out. No doubt, Epiphany is livid that Cyrus is in charge of the hospital. And, she worries about the changes he will bring. Also, Ned loses his temper on Lucy Coe (Lynn Herring) for not siding with the Q family on General Hospital.

#7 Nina and Jax Deepen Their Bond on General Hospital

Later in the second week on General Hospital, Nina Reeves (Cynthia Watros) opens up to Jasper Jacks (Ingo Rademacher) about her mother. Then, they take off to find Nina’s lost child. No doubt, Jax and Nina are getting closer all the time. Also, Britt Westbourne (Kelly Thiebaud) waltzes back into town. And, she has a lot to say to Julian Jerome (William deVry).

Meanwhile, Ava spends time with her daughter Avery (Scarola twins). Plus, Sonny gets an unexpected gift. Also, Sasha Gilmore (Sofia Mattsson) lends a hand, and Robert finds himself in a sticky situation. It’s sure to be a roller-coaster ride over the next two weeks on GH. So, be sure to watch and see if Dante Falconeri agrees to see his mom Olivia Falconeri on ABC daytime.

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