On Wednesday's General Hospital:
Amelia continues attacking Sam to Jason explaining she is determined to have a baby with him, under any means necessary, to prevent him from running off with Elizabeth to care for the baby he already has with her. Jason can't help but remember all the times Sam orchestrated it so they would run into Liz and Jake and the times she insisted they start a family.
After Amelia leaves, she drops by the Spencer's to peer ominously though the window at Liz, Lucky and the kids. While Sam shows up at the jail and asks Jason to promise that as soon as he's free they will begin to work on having a family of their own. Watch for all of this to erupt in a big way on Friday's episode and into next week.
Jax's and Carly's plans for a night out are set aside when Morgan gets a stomach ache. Jax doesn't seem to be all that upset about an evening in with the family; however Carly becomes extremely upset when they get a series of hang-up calls which she believes is Jerry trying to get a hold of Jax. I'm loving watch Carly and Jax function as a family with the kids. It maybe just a glimpse of the mundane, but it breaks up all the high drama in fun way.
When no one else steps up to help Tracy, Lulu bails her step mother out of jail. Later, Edward is seen making a call to a judge, but I don't think it's about getting her off the hook. He is definitely up to something where his daughter is concerned.
Maxie tells Logan to 'hurry up already' and get Lulu into bed. It would appear he's stepping up his plan when he decks Scott for harassing the girl. He later confides that the Spencer family isn't the only one Scott has tried to destroy – and I don't think he's playing here. And I also look for Logan to fall in love along the way, leaving Maxie let down and disappointed, not that she deserves anything else.
As the night of drinking begins to wear off, Robin and Patrick agree to put off talking about kids until a date to be determined later.
On Thursday's General Hospital:
Didn't recognize Ric today? It's a temporary recast while Rick Hearst recovers from surgery. This new guy didn't bring the same sleaze to the character. You'd almost think the DA was playing it straight up as he tormented Jason about how first he's going to convict him and then go after Sonny. All this right before Liz comes to visit Jason – Again!, and then wonders why Lucky gets so upset.