General Hospital Spoilers: Patient Six Escapes, Winds Up In Port Charles – Steve Burton’s Character Poses Dangerous Threat

General Hospital Spoilers: Patient Six Escapes, Winds Up In Port Charles – Steve Burton’s Character Poses Dangerous Threat

General Hospital (GH) spoilers tease that Steve Burton’s character (aka Patient Six) will bring some fantastic drama. This storyline is already providing some mysteries for viewers. Larisa (Agnes Olech) claims that Patient Six had a psychotic break, but it’s hard to tell if we can trust her. Since she’s apparently Valentin’s (James Patrick Stuart) lackey, we have to be careful about what we believe.

Still, there’s a chance Larisa could be right about this guy’s violent tendencies. That certainly lines up with “Stone Cold.” Patient Six clenched his fist when Ava (Maura West) mentioned Port Charles, so we can assume at least some of his memories are intact.

That also seemed like a somewhat fierce gesture. It could indicate that Patient Six is going to be trouble! If he actually had a psychotic break, there’s no predicting what he might do. For starters, an alarming escape is possible.

General Hospital Spoilers: Patient Six Escapes, Winds Up In Port Charles – Steve Burton’s Character Poses Dangerous Threat

Patient Six could overpower the staff members who provide his sedatives. Next, he could force Ava to help him get out of there. Burton’s GH character will have to find a way to make it back to Port Charles at some point. Sometimes General Hospital just skips the explanations, so Burton’s character might just show up after breaking free.

Then again, someone could find Patient Six and return him to wherever he says he wants to go. Naturally, that’d be good ol’ PC. Regardless of how he ends up in town, you can bet that he will. Sam (Kelly Monaco) will likely encounter Burton’s character before her husband, but Jason (Billy Miller) will get in on the action eventually. That coma won’t last forever.

Was Sam’s recent nightmare a premonition? While she was sitting by Jason’s bedside, Sam dreamed she was down by the docks looking for him. She saw what appeared to be the outline of the old Jason, but we couldn’t see his face. Just as Sam approached him, Jason vanished.

General Hospital Spoilers: Patient Six Escapes, Winds Up In Port Charles – Steve Burton’s Character Poses Dangerous Threat

Perhaps this means that Steve Burton’s character will be the real Jason Morgan and his arrival will signal the disappearance of another one. Current Jason will be sticking around for a while, but we’re talking about a symbolic thing here. His identity could essentially vanish as the truth comes out.

Regardless, GH fans can expect some shocking moments. Does Burton’s character pose a threat in his current state? Could he be dangerous to the people he used to care about? Again, that psychotic break angle is a little frightening!

General Hospital spoilers suggest that many twists and turns are ahead. We’ll give you updates as other news comes in. Stay tuned to the ABC soap and don’t forget to check CDL often for the latest General Hospital spoilers, updates and news.

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7 responses to “General Hospital Spoilers: Patient Six Escapes, Winds Up In Port Charles – Steve Burton’s Character Poses Dangerous Threat”

  1. Sondra says:

    Except…Stone Cold is gonna ne po’d somebody hijacked his life…the questions will arise around Billy’s character…we pretty much know SB is the real…and only
    Jason Morgan.

  2. […] General Hospital (GH) spoilers suggest that Franco Baldwin (Roger Howarth) will embark on a journey to discover his past with Jason Morgan. Franco found a picture of himself when he was a child, posing with Jason Morgan. In the image, Jason and Franco are dressed alike, something that Franco found bizarre. He decided to go to the one person that he thought would know more about the picture. […]

  3. disqus_C5NTAcskq3 says:

    Hopefully when they show Steve on Tuesday it’s not in the last 5 minutes of the show.

  4. @HawaiianTater says:

    I’ll be happy when they stop calling him “Steve Burton’s character” and start calling him Jason Morgan because we all know that’s who it’s going to be.

  5. Natalina says:

    It would have been interesting to explore the scenario that the kid next to Franco was Jason’s (Billy Miller’s version) twin separated from birth by Heather. He then moved away and was raised by foster parents. He has the face of old Jason but isn’t Jason. He could have little traits of Jason’s here and there but is a totally different persona. Franco would have brought him back to Port Charles. There would be so much soapy drama with Sam bring conflicted with seeing Jason’s old face.

    It’s apparent what direction they’re going with all this new talk from Sonny and Carly how different Jason was when he returned, Carly never felt the old connection, etc.