Jason is seriously struggling to cope with Jake's death, and his loved ones are desperate to pull him out of it. Carly specially wants to be the one to help her best friend get through -- and it leads her to making a surprising request of Sam: give Jason a baby.
Meanwhile, Luke is seriously falling apart. The guilt over killing Jake is tearing him up, and there's a wedge driven between him and Lucky. Is there anybody who can help him some to terms with what his done? Or his drinking?
A bombshell gets dropped this week when Suzanne returns to Port Charles with a child, Lucian. She says Lucian is Brenda's long lost son ... but Sonny is suspicious. Look for Brenda to immediately take to the child, though, and to immediately plan to keep him safe from the mob world.
The conflict with Abby's ex takes a turn this week when Brandon turns up dead. So who killed him? Suspicion falls on both Jason and Michael, which leaves Dante with a decision. Should he nudge the evidence so that Jason looks guilty so he can protect Michael?
Plus Lisa continues to manipulate Kristina to get close to Robin and Patrick, and a familiar villain returns to Port Charles.
And coming up in April:
Nikolas and Lucky manage to re-connect in the aftermath of Jake's death ... but can they survive the reveal of baby Aiden's true paternity? That's a question Elizabeth will have to answer ... if she tells them.
If you thought the performance of Anthony Geary and the rest of the actors associated with Jake’s death were something to marvel at….well, after a certain event in April…you ain’t seen nothing yet.
Brenda meets her son (“son”?) Lucian, even as questions about his authenticity swirl. Is Sonny right? Does Suzanne know more than she's saying? And will this drive a wedge in between Sonny and Brenda?
Michael will continue to push to be included in the family business (that's Sonny's family business -- a.k.a. the mob; there would probably be less of a problem if he wanted to get into Carly's hotel-managing business). But would he turn to the Zacchara organization if Sonny turns him away? This all leads to Michael being framed for a murder this month -- would Dante break the laws he's sworn to uphold in order to protect his brother?
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