General Hospital Spoilers: Farewell Spencer And Hello Jagger
General Hospital spoilers predict an eventful week in Port Charles as one character is mourned and another is welcomed back.
The End Of Spencer Cassadine
So what if presumed dead doesn’t even mean dead on a soap and nobody really drowns unless a body is found? Port Charles is going to mourn Spencer Cassadine (Nicholas Alexander Chavez) anyway without ever really looking for him.
He could be out their on the Pennsylvania side of the River Seine somewhere and nobody would know as his family gives up on him like a common Sonny Corinthos (Maurice Benard).
This leads to a graveside scene full of tears in which Alexis Davis (Nancy Lee Grahn) mourns her nephew with Gregory Chase (Gregory Harrison) by her side. Let us not forget that Gregory never met Spencer and neither did Hamilton Finn (Michael Easton), but for some reason, they are there at his funeral.
Laura Collins (Genie Francis) is also beside herself because she lost one grandson but at least Nikolas Cassadine (Adam Huss) brought Ace back for now.
Cyrus Renault’s (Jeff Kober) presence at the memorial seems to leave more questions than answers as it looks like he is hiding something — or is he hiding someone? Heather Webber (Alley Mills) becomes another surprise guest but she is there to mourn her daughter Esme Prince (Avery Kristen Pohl) and not Spencer.
Anna Meets Jagger
Now that Anna Devane (Finola Hughes) knows the FBI agent she’s encountered is none other than former Port Charles resident Jagger Cates (Adam Harrington), she feels she can work with him and asks if he wants to team up with her and Jordan Ashford (Tanisha Harper).
Will they get closer to finding out who is really responsible for the Metro Court pool shooting last summer and does that have anything to do with Sonny Corinthos’s latest incident?
He is determined to find out who was shooting at him and Ava Jerome (Maura West) on his Puerto Rican private island and has Dante Falconeri (Dominic Zamprogna) on the case.
With so much danger out there and so many people presumed dead with no bodies as proof, anything can happen in Port Charles and probably will.