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A House of Cards: GH

On Monday's General Hospital Sam talked to Kristina about the importance of taking responsibility for her actions, while Jason tried to convince Michael to come home, telling him that he had proof he did not cause Claudia's accident. Ultimately Sam's conversation with Kristina was successful, but it took Kristina to convince Michael to come home.

Meanwhile in Port Charles, Claudia overheard Sonny and Alexis discussing their plans to cover-up the fact that Kristina was the one who ran her off the road. Claudia became furious, but hid her feelings from everyone except Johnny. She even managed to maintain her composure when Sonny told her that he and Alexis did not want Kristina to accept blame for the accident, proving once again that Claudia is more like her father than she realizes.

Sonny made another pivotal decision that same night when he decided to appoint Dominic, aka Dante, as a bodyguard for Michael and Morgan, primarily as a way of ensuring that Michael's impulses did not create problems. Jax, however, disagreed with this plan, causing Carly to wonder what he was keeping from her. The question Carly needs to ask herself at this point is what isn't he keeping from her?

Elsewhere, Kristina's abusive boyfriend continued to befriend Molly in an effort to find out information about Kristina. Alexis showed up in time to talk with Kiefer herself, who asked her if it was okay to continue seeing Kristina. And of course Alexis, being no better at judging character than her daughters, approved. This is not surprising though, considering that Kiefer told her everything she wanted to hear. He talked to her about his future, plans that involved going to Harvard and becoming a doctor. He then proceeded to talk to her about Michael's negative influence over Kristina, something Alexis had already remarked about to Sonny earlier.

Kiefer is beginning to behave exactly like someone with an abusive personality. First he made sure that Kristina relied on him by helping her cover-up the accident. She then felt indebted to him, even grateful, feelings that for Kristina easily overshadowed what it felt like when he hit her. Now he is attempting to drive a wedge between her and Michael, arguably the most influential person in her life, and the first person who saw him for what he really is.


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