General Hospital Spoilers: Friday, January 3

General Hospital Spoilers: Friday, January 3 – Sam Sent Back To Pentonville – Charlotte Catches Valentin – Ava & Nik’s Surprise
General Hospital (GH) spoilers for Friday, January 3, tease that Willow Tait (Katelyn MacMullen) and Harrison Chase (Josh Swickard) will rev up the romance. They’ll cuddle in bed after sexual love and reflect on coming together in 2019. it had been a rough year for Willow, but Chase was a bright spot.

General Hospital Spoilers: Friday, January 3 – Sam Sent Back To Pentonville – Charlotte Catches Valentin – Ava & Nik’s Surprise

Willow will have a sense 2020 goes to be even better, but GH fans know curveballs are always just around the corner! Ava Jerome (Maura West) was certainly just thrown an enormous one. When Valentin Cassadine couldn’t convince Ava to barter, he decided to shove her over the parapet and into the water below. Luckily, Ava’s getting to be just fine and can drop a serious bomb in time. In the meantime, Charlotte Cassadine (Scarlett Fernandez) will find Valentin and ask what he’s doing out there. Valentin will undoubtedly just attempt to get Charlotte focused on this wedding, which remains in jeopardy.
Before Nina Reeves (Cynthia Watros) went upstairs to urge dressed, she looked somber as she hugged Charlotte. Nina told Charlotte she loves her and always wants her to recollect that. That looks like a symbol that Nina’s revenge plot remains on, but Jasper “Jax” Jacks (Ingo Rademacher) will hope he can change her mind.
General Hospital spoilers say Jax will attempt to talk some sense into Nina. He’ll remind her of how this is able to affect Charlotte and can insist she’s better than public revenge.
While Nina mulls over her choice, Laura Webber (Genie Francis) will ask Lulu Spencer (Genie Francis). They’ll discuss Charlotte’s latest revelation that her secret bodyguard was wearing a Cassadine seal ring. 

Laura will suggest that whether or not they love it or not, they’re getting to need to accept it. Does Laura mean the likelihood that Nikolas Cassadine (Marcus Coloma) is alive or the very fact that Charlotte’s issues are worse than they thought?
Regardless, two shocking guests will appear before the clock strikes midnight – so that’ll probably be Nikolas and a dripping wet Ava.
Until then, Ned Quartermaine (Wally Kurth) will worry about Brook Lynn Ashton (Amanda Setton). She’s handling a difficult new manager and a contract she really shouldn’t have signed.
Ned will hate that he can’t do more to assist Brook Lynn, but sometimes being an honest dad means stepping back. He’ll tell Olivia Quartermaine (Lisa LoCicero) that Brook Lynn made her bed and can need to dwell it.
Next, Michael Corinthos (Chad Duell) will continue his chat with Sasha Gilmore (Sofia Mattsson). He’ll allude to a favor he needs, but it seems it’ll mostly be a distraction for Sasha’s sake. Michael will do his best to stay Sasha’s mind off her troubles as they celebrate New Year’s Eve.
At Jason Morgan (Steve Burton) and Sam McCall’s (Kelly Monaco) place, they’ll have an emotional conversation about their future. Sam just had a gathering together with her parole officer, which brought a crushing blow. She suggested this is able to be the last time she sees Jason, so she’ll need to explain on Friday.
Due to Jason’s mob connections and record, it’s a drag that Sam’s with him. Sam will tell Jason she’s being sent back to Pentonville – that’s, of course, unless they find how to fight this. Jason will get in-tuned with Diane Miller (Carolyn Hennesy), but there might not be much she will do.
Sam could be ready to compute a deal where as long as she steers beyond Jason, she will remain on the surface. However, that doesn’t help Jason and Sam’s relationship. The bad news is “JaSam” is going to be kept apart through another obstacle. the great news is that this probably won’t last long.
General Hospital spoilers for 2020 point to “JaSam” starting the year on a high note – and it’s not the primary of the year in Port Charles yet. Jason will make some stunning moves as he tries to repair this over a subsequent couple of weeks.