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Secret Summer: GH

On Thursday's General Hospital Michael prepared to get Kristina home safely by pawning a watch from an obnoxious customer so that he could buy her a plane ticket. Kristina had decided to go home the day before after she tried to contact Kiefer, who was supposedly with another girl. When Kiefer's cell phone rang he had a girl to answer. And even though this girl was apparently not the same one that Kristina thought he was with, Kiefer's stunt was still effective, and was ultimately the driving force behind Kristina's decision to go home. My question is did Kiefer know that Kristina was the one calling him, and if so, how? I am also having difficulty understanding why Kristina has all of a sudden decided that it is safe for her to go home considering that she still believes she was the one that ran Claudia off the road. Does she think that the investigation has just been dropped? And if Michael knows that there is a possibility that he is not the one who ran Claudia off the road, why isn't he returning home to support Kristina? All these questions were left unanswered even as Michael and Kristina's plan unfolded. They had a bit of a setback though when the aforementioned customer discovered that his watch was missing. He accused Michael of stealing it which led to an argument, resulting in Michael getting punched.

Meanwhile in Port Charles, Kiefer was continuing to ask questions about Kristina. He approached Sonny and Carly at the country club to ask them if they had heard from her, giving Sonny the opportunity to warn him against any involvement with Michael or Kristina. Then Kiefer, apparently having a death wish, proceeded to question Molly and Morgan about Kristina's whereabouts. Carly caught him talking to them and threatened to tell Sonny about him pushing Morgan around on the pier if he did not stay away from them. Obviously this is the least of what Kiefer has done to Sonny's kids lately, considering the way he hit Kristina a few months ago. I would hate to be in Kiefer's shoes when Sonny finds out that piece of information.

Elsewhere Jax was busy adding to the list of things he is keeping from Carly. He told Spinelli that he knew that he had been able to pinpoint Michael and Kristina's location and was only keeping it from everyone so that Sonny would not make matters worse for the teens. He then convinced Spinelli to only let him know where they were so he could find them himself, without Carly's knowledge. I know Jax keeps saying that he is only keeping secrets from Carly because of her high risk pregnancy, but at some point he has to realize that the stress of not knowing vital information about her son is worse than anything he could tell her.


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