General Hospital Spoilers: Thursday, June 10 Recap – Carly’s Dev Immunity Deal Outsmarts Cyrus – Lenny Confesses to Sonny

General Hospital Spoilers: Thursday, June 10 Recap – Carly's Dev Immunity Deal Outsmarts Cyrus – Lenny Confesses to Sonny

General Hospital (GH) spoilers for Thursday, June 10, reveals that Carly Corinthos (Laura Wright) outsmarted Cyrus Renault (Jeff Kober) with a Dev Cerci aka “Dev Corbin” (Ashton Arbab) immunity deal. Meanwhile, Lenny Caulfield (Rif Hutton) collapsed and confessed to Sonny Corinthos (Maurice Benard).

At GH on Thursday’s episode, Carly sauntered in and taunted Cyrus over being handcuffed to the bed. Cyrus insisted the situation was temporary and that he’d be rebuilding his organization at Pentonville while his lawyers worked on getting him off the hook.

Carly informed Cyrus that he wouldn’t be going to Pentonville after all – though she suggested he’d wish he were. Carly noted that the Feds were involved along with drug enforcement.

Carly revealed that Cyrus would be facing racketeering charges in addition to the many others he was facing.

Carly added that Cyrus would land in a maximum-security facility that would make Pentonville seem like a spa. Cyrus smugly suggested that Carly might be joining him and wondered if they had mother and daughter cells.

Cyrus gloated about his “Dev Corbin” aka Dev Cerci (Ashton Arbab) leverage and threatened to take Josslyn Jacks (Eden McCoy) down as well.

Cyrus hoped Carly could use that powerful Corinthos name of hers and intervene on his behalf with the U.S. attorney.

Carly explained that when she brokered an immunity deal for Gladys Corbin (Bonnie Burroughs), she anticipated this threat from Cyrus and brokered one for the whole family. Cyrus’ threats were as empty as he was according to Carly.

Talk turned to Carly taking over Sonny’s empire, so Cyrus had a warning for his enemy. He told Carly that the deeper you wade into this business, the harder it is to get out.

In the chapel, Martin Gray (Michael E. Knight) found Laura Collins (Genie Francis) and wanted a favor. He acknowledged how much influence Laura had over Cyrus and hoped Laura could find out where Florence Gray (Annie Abbott) was being held.

Laura decided the worst that could happen was Cyrus saying no and agreed to speak with him.

Laura crossed paths with Carly before she entered Cyrus’ room. Cyrus thought it was good to know Laura wasn’t holding a grudge. “Who says I don’t?” Laura asked.

Laura felt it was dangerous for Cyrus to withhold Florence’s location and thought his employees wouldn’t care about her once they weren’t getting paid.

Cyrus wanted Laura to use her influence to reduce his sentence, but she argued that she had no influence left to use on his behalf. Cyrus suggested Laura wouldn’t help even if she had the power to, but she argued that he chose to exhort rather than ask.

When Carly found Martin and heard about his Florence dilemma, she thought she might be able to help. Soon after, Martin called Laura and got her to put Cyrus on the line. Cyrus was stunned to hear his mother speaking on the other end.

Laura was glad to know Martin had located Florence with Carly’s help. She pointed out that Cyrus could’ve used his powers for good, but he’d chosen the path of destruction and wound up here instead.

Over with Brando Corbin (Johnny Wactor), he took Gladys for a stroll around the hospital and talked about how much she loved all the media attention she was getting.

Sasha Gilmore (Sofia Mattsson) appeared and thanked Gladys since she was the reason they were all free from Cyrus.

Gladys played nice, but she still seemed wary of Sasha. She leered at Sasha and Brando in a close moment once she was back in her room. Sasha showed Brando the sonogram photo from her latest appointment, so Brando was glad they had time to figure things out between them.

A little later, Sasha and Brando visited Gladys’ room to show off the sonogram pic. Sasha did her best to bond with Brando’s mom, but Brando faced a shocker after Sasha left.

Brando expected Gladys would be heading back to Bridgeport soon, but she argued there was nothing left for her back there.

Gladys wanted to move in with Brando until they could find a bigger place. She intended to be there for both Brando and the baby.

Meanwhile, Michael Corinthos (Chad Duell) came clean to Willow Tait (Katelyn MacMullen) about Jasper “Jax” Jacks (Ingo Rademacher) blackmailing him into letting Nina Reeves (Cynthia Watros) see Wiley Quartermaine-Corinthos (Erik and Theo Olson).

Willow admitted to nearly telling Harrison Chase (Josh Swickard) the truth before Hamilton Finn (Michael Easton) rushed in with a cure – a cure they now knew wasn’t working.

Willow insisted they’d have to wait until Chase was better and that he needed to hear the truth from her, not Jax.

Carly overheard Jax’s name and quizzed Michael as well as Willow. Michael noted that Jax spoke on Nina’s behalf about the Wiley visits, but Carly felt like Michael and Willow had to decide what was best.

In Chase’s room, Hamilton Finn (Michael Easton) managed to stabilize him and offered updates on another lab running Chase’s bloodwork.

Finn tried to give Willow, Michael, Jackie Templeton (Kim Delaney) and Gregory Chase (Gregory Harrison) hope, but he didn’t seem very hopeful himself.

After growing frustrated in the lab, he almost bolted out the door. Elizabeth Baldwin (Rebecca Herbst) found out Finn intended to turn himself into the cops over what happened with Peter. She warned Finn not to do that – not when he was still Chase’s only hope.

Finn worried his failure was karma for what he did to Peter, but Liz thought Finn knew better than that as a scientist. She pushed Finn to keep at it and not lose faith. Finn was worried since his cure managed to intensify Chase’s symptoms instead.

Finn visited Chase’s bedside, where Chase woke up and realized he was going to die. Finn seemingly couldn’t deny that, so he took Chase’s hand tenderly.

At The Tan-O, business was picking up now that Elijah Crowe (Dan White) had been dealt with. Sonny filled Lenny and Phyllis Caulfield (Joyce Guy) in on Nina heading back to Port Charles to spend time with her grandson.

“Mike” didn’t seem confident that Nina would return, but Phyllis thought she’d come back for Sonny. Lenny encouraged Sonny to catch a flight and go after Nina, but Sonny chose to stay there and give Nina her space.

Lenny eventually collapsed out of the blue, but he downplayed it while Phyllis dashed off to get the blood pressure monitor.

Sonny wanted the truth from Lenny, who admitted to having chest pains recently. Lenny had a “bad ticker” and was shown a picture of his heart that wasn’t pretty.

Sonny felt like Lenny was scared, but he pushed him to be honest with Phyllis. Later, Phyllis also urged Lenny to open up – otherwise, she wasn’t sure what kind of marriage they really had.

Lenny admitted to being afraid he’d lose Phyllis and explained that he hadn’t wanted to worry her. The couple shared a close moment while Sonny stepped outside and gazed at a phone pic of himself with Nina.

We’ll keep you posted as other GH news comes in. General Hospital spoilers say some Sonny surprises are in store as this hot plot continues. CDL will have other sizzling General Hospital spoilers, news and updates to read up on, so stop by again soon.