General Hospital Spoilers: Genie Francis Gives Insight On Luke’s “Death,” Finola Hughes, Tristan Rogers Weigh In

General Hospital fans didn’t expect Tracy Quartermaine’s (Jane Elliot) return to have such the impact as it did. Tracy came as the bearer of bad news. Unbelievable news. In fact, it’s so unbelievable that… 😉

General Hospital spoilers reveal Genie Francis, portrayer of the legendary Laura Spencer, and half of the iconic duo, Luke and Laura, speaks out on the current storyline involving the death of a legend.

Is Luke Spencer really dead?

General Hospital news reports confirm that GH’s Genie Francis has opened up about the alleged, off-screen death of Luke Spencer (Tony Geary). In a recent interview, Genie admitted that she too is just as clueless (and hopefully) as the fans when it comes to believing whether he is really gone or how. Genie revealed, “I feel like they’re setting the stage, really, for a wonderful comeback,” she confessed, “and I’m going to keep my fingers crossed for that.” Genie also told an ABC reporter, “George, no one stays dead on a soap. I don’t know how many times I’ve been dead. Really!”

General Hospital spoilers reveal that Genie the only one thrown for a loop and is hopeful the writers have a truck up their sleeves with this one. Finola Hughes, Jackie Zeman and Tristan Rogers all agree. Hughes says,“I really want there to be some kind of mystery as to how this happened,” she disclosed, “what happened to Luke, and if we can investigate that, all of us, that would be perfect.” Another costar who has been down for the ride since day one, Tristan Rogers, expressed is disbelief as well. Rogers added. “And has it actually happened? I mean, frankly, we have a little urn that’s about this big that’s supposed to contain him and that’s it.”

Co-star and friend, Jackie Zeman (Bobbi Spencer) doesn’t wanna believe that her tv brother is gone. She’s holding out hope that this accident is just a decoy for a bigger story- involving a very much alive Luke.

If General Hospital rumors prove to be true, GH fans will rest a bit easier with a sigh of relief that Luke is still alive. Here’s to hoping!

Don’t miss Luke’s memorial episode!

Micki is an avid General Hospital fan. Her passion for writing and the compelling nature of the storylines is a perfect equation for writing a GH blog. Micki has a Bachelor of Science degree from Oakland University and spends time writing poetry and song lyrics.

General Hospital Spoilers: Tracy Is Acting Very Mysterious

The residents of Port Charles know better than to think life will be a smooth ride when Tracy Quartermaine (Jane Elliot) shows up in town. Tracy manages to stir things up among family, friends, and her many frenemies. This time around is no different.

General Hospital news reports confirmed Jane Elliot would be stepping out of retirement in early 2022 to return as the voice of the Quartermaine family, Tracy.

General Hospital spoilers revealed Tracy to be the bearer of bad news when the thought of Luke Spencer (Tony Geary) being dead was just a nasty General Hospital rumor. As for now, Luke is dead, but GH Executive Producer, Frank Valentini, has hinted at the possibility of Luke being alive. Tracy not only informed Port Charles of Luke’s death, but she’s also already on Brook Lynn Quartermaine’s (Amanda Setton) about baby Bailey, aka Louise. In such a short time, Tracy has already managed to turn things upside down.

General Hospital previews show Ned Ashton (Wally Kurth) visiting his mother behind bars after Sam McCall (Kelly Monaco) and her mom, Alexis Davis (Nancy Lee Grahn), had a confrontation with Tracy, which lead to calling Dante Falconeri (Dominic Zamprogna) to arrest her. Tracy remains cryptic about everything, not wanting Ned to know she framed Alexis for drunk driving back when Tracy was in town previously. She did it to protect Ned from his secret thrust with Alexis, behind Olivia’s (Lisa LoCicero) back.

In the upcoming episode of General Hospital, Ned tries for answers from Tracy that she isn’t willing to divulge.

Micki is an avid General Hospital fan. Her passion for writing and the compelling nature of the storylines is a perfect equation for writing a GH blog. Micki has a Bachelor of Science degree from Oakland University and spends time writing poetry and song lyrics.

General Hospital Spoilers: There’s Hope For Luke! Frank Valentini Hints At Happy Ending

Tracy Quartermaine (Jane Elliot) arrived back in Port Charles and crashed at Laura Spencer Collins’ (Genie Francis) place for the night. After two sleepless nights, Laura’s hospitality was just what Tracy needed.

General Hospital fans were shocked and devastated at the off screen death of the legendary, Luke Spencer (Anthony Geary). Just as GH rumors suspected, General Hospital spoilers revealed that Tracy was the bearer of bad news, telling Laura first that Luke has died in a freak cable car accident.

Thanks to Viktor Cassadine’s (Charles Shaughnessy) cryptic phone conversation, we know that it was no accident at all. But what remains a mystery is whether or not Luke is actually dead or if the entire thing is all part of a bigger plan.

General Hospital spoilers and news reports reveal a recent tweet from GH Executive Producer, Frank Valentini. I’m January 4th, Valentini tweeted a GH teaser, revealing recent General Hospital previews for the upcoming new year. He tweeted, “New year – new romance – new drama! Is Luke really gone? @GeneralHospital #GH”

General Hospital rumors began, making claims around Luke’s story which involves the Cassadines. It sounds like Valentini wants to keep a mystery alive, by not closing the door on the possibility that Luke is still alive. After all, how can they kill off a legend like that?! Hopefully this is all just a ploy in a bigger scheme to defeat Viktor Cassadine.

Micki is an avid General Hospital fan. Her passion for writing and the compelling nature of the storylines is a perfect equation for writing a GH blog. Micki has a Bachelor of Science degree from Oakland University and spends time writing poetry and song lyrics.

General Hospital Spoilers And Rumors: Fans In Disbelief After Learning Of Luke’s Death, Is It All A Set Up?

The news of Luke Spencer’s (Tony Geary) death has come to a shock to General Hospital fans, as well as the fictional residents of Port Charles. Luke Spencer is legendary, becoming an iconic part of American televisions for decades, it’s hard to imagine the end of his existence.

General Hospital news reports reveal GH fans are devastated after the story line involving Tracy Quartermaine‘s (Jane Elliot) return took a dark turn.

General Hospital spoilers hint that Viktor Cassadine (Charles Shaughnessy) knows more details about the cable car accident than he’s willing to share.

General Hospital rumors have leaped to the assumption that Luke isn’t really dead and that Viktor’s plan to make Luke disappear was sabotaged by Luke himself. It’s possible that Luke has played right into his enemy’s hands, making them think they were successful in their mission to eliminate him.

Regardless on whether tho believe Luke is dead or not, General Hospital spoilers point to the fact that it was no accident at all. It looks as though the Cassadine and Spencer family rivalry is far from over.

Micki is an avid General Hospital fan. Her passion for writing and the compelling nature of the storylines is a perfect equation for writing a GH blog. Micki has a Bachelor of Science degree from Oakland University and spends time writing poetry and song lyrics.

Tony Geary Talks Fluke and Personal Health

Tony Geary recently let fans in on his personal life as well as the life of GH icon Luke Spencer in a fantastic interview with TV Guide. Geary touched on everything from his role(s) on GH to his real life recent health issue.

Although Tony Geary is not permitted to disclose who “Fluke” actually is, he mentioned that he will be back on screen in October after recovering from back surgery he had in April. Tony stated that the recovery was different than he expected and that it took him two weeks just to walk again. A lot of hard work and physical therapy is involved in his recovery which prohibited him from coming back to General Hospital at the time her initially anticipated.

We all know what a great talent Tony Geary is and has been on General Hospital for 36 years. In recent years he explains that he had felt that the writing for his character wasn’t exactly letting his abilities shine, which got him thinking he might want to let go of Luke altogether and leave the show. He says that the Fluke story enables him to go to a dark place in his acting and since Luke Spencer isn’t a sociopath, he has to be someone else. “Doing Fluke has been a real cleansing after all my years of complaining and wondering what happened to Luke’s black hat. To be able to take something this far and this dark has been a real joy after 36 years. Of course, we had to do it with a different character, since Luke is not a sociopath,” Geary stated. It’s obvious that Tony Geary is very happy with Ron Carlivati’s work and grateful for this Fluke story line. In the interview he laughs and says, “That name (Fluke) started on the Internet and now they actually put it in the scripts!”

A lot of time and effort went into this new side of Luke, aka Fluke, and to play him so flawlessly didn’t come without hard work and dedication. Geary took time to research sociopaths and built the persona from there. Everything from slowed speech and differences in the pitch of his voice had to be altered. His personality is quite shocking as well. Geary makes light of the fact that Fluke is such a pervert. It’s nice that the cast members can all find humor in the way this role is written regarding his forward passes at the women of Port Charles. Since Kiki is Flukes main focus in town when it comes to being suave with the ladies, he stated that Kristen Anderson took a little time to get used to playing opposite his character.

It seems as though things are going very well health wise and career wise for Tony. The fact that he didn’t walk away from his 36 year role as Luke is such a blessing to the fans. What would General Hospital be without Lucas Lorenzo Spencer anyways? We are very thankful the writers could come up with a story that could peak Geary’s interest and that is able to show his multifaceted talents. We look forward to seeing more of Fluke Skyping with Tracy, and for Geary’s full time return this October.

 

For the full TV Guide interview with Tony Geary (Luke Spencer/Fluke), please visit their website at www.tvguide.com

Micki is an avid General Hospital fan. Her passion for writing and the compelling nature of the storylines is a perfect equation for writing a GH blog. Micki has a Bachelor of Science degree from Oakland University and spends time writing poetry and song lyrics.