On Monday’s episode of ABC’s General Hospital, Julian (William deVry) and Alexis (Nancy Lee Grhan) finally made it to the altar as the highly-anticipated nuptials for the duo got underway.
But not before, Julexis fans were treated to a montage of the history of the duo and some of their sexcapades, and how they found true love with one another along the way. Alexis took a moment in the church before finishing her vows to Julian to read his heartfelt letter to his bride. Sonny (Maurice Benard) is already placed in his wheelchair at the wedding, saying he is there for his daughter, Kristina (Lexi Ainsworth). However, Sonny had a little talk with God and said a prayer to protect his family, and also that he was sorry he has lied to them. Will he finally get up and walk?
Meanwhile, all the action is on Pier 54 as the arms deal is going down between Dixon (Troy Ruptash) and Paul (Richard Burgi), with Anna (Finola Hughes) supposedly having back-up for Paul. However, lurking in the shadows is a manic Morgan Corinthos (Bryan Craig), off his meds and wanting to prove to his father Sonny that he isn’t a screw up. But that’s just the problem … his presence is interfering in the deal! Kiki (Hayley Erin) finally listens to her phone message where Morgan reveals to her he is heading to Pier 54 at 6 o’clock. Later, Kiki tells Michael (Chad Duell), just as Michael and Carly (Laura Wright) discover Morgan has taken Sonny’s gun.
And at the wedding ceremony, you may have blinked and missed this moment, but Brad (Parry Shen) informed Lucas (Ryan Carnes) he is finally divorced from Rosalie (Linda Elena Tovar). Remember Rosalie? As the nuptials get underway, two of the Davis girls, Sam (Kelly Monaco) and Molly (Haley Pullos) read sonnets to Julexis.
Back at the pier, after Dixon is suspicious of a call Paul made to Anna, and Paul covered who he was really talking to on the other end, Morgan pops out from the shadows and confronts Dixon. He lets him know this is Sonny’s territory, and he is Sonny’s s son, and he is there to represent the Corinthos family interests. Dixon then wants to get rid of Morgan. Paul conveys that would be a mistake. Dixon calls Morgan crazy. Morgan takes offense and pulls a gun on Dixon and his men.
From the looks of it, it’s Morgan and his hotheaded temper and his manic episode that will perpetuate everything coming undone at Julian and Alexis’ wedding. Will the couple say their “I do’s”, before Dixon comes barreling into the ceremony as previewed on last week’s ABC promo? What did you think of Morgan’s behavior? The letter Julian wrote to Alexis? Share your thoughts on the episode below as viewers are anticipating plenty of action to go down on Tuesday’s episode.