Carly Corinthos (Laura Wright) was in shock when she turned and saw Cyrus Renault (Jeff Kober) standing in the doorway. He’s out of Pentonville and on the loose. Now what?!
According to General Hospital recaps, Carly and Drew Cain (Cameron Mathison) were catching up and discussing Pentonville when Cyrus showed up at Drew’s hospital room. That’s when he proceeded to enlighten them on how Drew was saved- and who saved him. Of course, Cyrus has to make sure Carly and Drew both knew how he saved Drew’s life. Then, he wished God’s blessings upon them as he walked out.
Meanwhile, Dex, Joss, Dante, and Spinelli were on the hunt for Ava Jerome (Maura West). That’s when Dante came in clutch when he fired shots at Mason (Nathanyael Grey) to save Ava’s life. According to General Hospital spoilers and previews, no good deed goes unpunished. Dante saved Ava’s life and now he’s under investigation for shooting a civilian.
Remember how Drew was unfairly sentenced? How the punishment didn’t fit the crime? Well, GH rumors tease that things could get even worse for Officer Dante Falconeri (Dominic Zamprogna). Jordan Ashford (Tanisha Harper) has to play by the rules even if that means suspending Dante until further investigation into the situation. Own can only hope that all is fair in the Port Charles justice system. But with Cyrus and his affiliations in so many places, that’s hard to say. GH turbos claims that Cyrus puts Dante away with his Pentonville connections, just as he got the book thrown at Drew.
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