General Hospital Spoilers: Brook Lynn Reads Tracy For Filth


Will Brook Lynn Quartermaine make any inroads with Granny Tracy?

General Hospital spoilers for September 20, 2023, reveal family strife, intense worry, medical questions, and so much more. You won’t want to waste a moment of this emotional new episode.

General Hospital Spoilers Highlights

Brook Lynn (Amanda Setton) is tired of lies and deception — especially at Deception. While she didn’t lose Chase (Josh Swickard) due to her corporate espionage shenanigans, she did lose Maxie (Kirsten Storms) as a BFF and feels horrible for what she’s done to her friends.

To that end, she goes off on Granny Tracy (Jane Elliot), the woman who made her feel she had no choice but to steal Deception’s secrets. She didn’t think Tracy would try to sue Deception and nearly bankrupt it in the process. When Tracy tries to make peace, BLQ rebukes her.

Meanwhile, Lucy (Lynn Herring) and Maxie are still determined to save Deception, but they clash on how to do it. Will Maxie lose her mind when she learns Lucy turned down Tracy’s latest settlement offer?

Nina’s Life Full Of Problems

Nina (Cynthia Watros) has a whole lot on her mind. Between her own secret about the SEC call, Sonny’s (Maurice Benard) mob troubles, Sasha’s (Sofia Mattsson) kidnapping, and seeing who was on that surveillance video, Nina could use a good vacation.


GH spoilers say she treads carefully. Does she run into Anna (Finola Hughes) and has to hide Valentin’s (James Patrick Stuart) secret, or does she run into more trouble hiding her own deeds?

Finn Butts In

Elizabeth (Rebecca Herbst) really wonders if Gregory (Gregory Harrison) has the right doctor, and she even has Finn (Michael Easton) questioning things when he had decided that he wanted to just be his father’s son and not his doctor.

Now, Finn has to rethink things and weighs in on Gregory’s care. Will Gregory listen to what he has to say and seek a doctor who can treat his illness on a more personal level? With Elizabeth’s help, Finn is now riding a slippery slope that blurs the lines between family and professionalism.

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