General Hospital Spoilers: Does Lois Trigger A Ned Memory For Neddie?


Lois Cerullo still has quite an affect on her ex-husband.

General Hospital spoilers for November 1, 2023, tease a tense stand-off, an ex-wife giving her former hubby exactly what he needs, and so much more. You won’t want to miss a minute of this brand-new episode.

General Hospital Spoilers Highlights

It’s Halloween in Port Charles. All Hallows’ Eve. Mischief, merry-making, and fearful pranks ensue. Lois (Rena Sofer) has been on Neddie’s (Wally Kurth) mind as of late. He knows that he knows her. But how? And why? And what is it about her that’s so darn appealing to him? It’s surely not her *ahem* calming influence.

Look for Lois to give her ex some much-needed encouragement…something he’s not exactly getting from the others that he’s rooming with at the Quartermaine mansion. Especially that woman who keeps insisting that she’s his mother. SHUDDER. But will she say something that triggers a memory?

GH Spoilers: Clash of The Titans

Robert (Tristan Rogers) and Scott (Kin Shriner) are like oil and water, despite having a lot in common. Back when Robert was trying to get the goods on Victor (Charles Shaughnessy), Scott was so hellbent on revenge he tattled to the WSB about what Robert and company were up to, he almost got his beloved Liesl killed.


So how do these two celebrate the holiday? By having yet another big blow-up. The lawmen (as in men who practice law) pick their sides, ready their arguments, and square up against one another. But who will reign supreme?

General Hospital Spoilers: Now Hear This

Having grown accustomed to dishing out advice and offering words of caution, Carly (Laura Wright) takes it upon herself to issue a most ferocious, unappreciated warning. Perhaps to bad guy Cyrus (Jeff Kober), who continues to make the rounds.

Finally, Ava (Maura West) is still recovering from having found out the man she once loved and murdered is actually still alive. GH spoilers tease that she is getting an offer. Yes, you can be assured that it is of the “shouldn’t be/can’t be refused type.”