General Hospital Recaps: The week of June 1, 2020 on GH
A week of episodes featuring memorable performances from recent Nurses Ball galas. Some of the acts featured included Magic Milo and the Magic Wands, Emma Drake and Eddie Maine singing "Don't Go Breaking My Heart", and Valentin Cassadine crooning a Billy Joel song.
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ENCORE PRESENTATION: As the ball concludes, two lives are in peril (2016) ENCORE PRESENTATION: As the ball concludes, two lives are in peril (2016)
Monday, June 1, 2020

Due to the COVID-19 pandemic, General Hospital began broadcasting special throwback episodes until it was safe for the cast and crew to return to work. As a treat to viewers and a special thank you to those in the medical field, ABC aired encore presentations of Nurses Ball episodes. A complete list of episodes that aired during this week can be found here.

This episode originally aired on May 25, 2016. In the episode, musical performances include "Don't Go Breaking My Heart" by Elton John & Kiki Dee, performed by Emma Scorpio-Drake (Brooklyn Rae Silzer) and Eddie Maine (Wally Kurth); "This Changes Everything" by Chris Ryan. performed by Jake Spencer and Franco Baldwin; a striptease to "Demon in Disguise," performed by Magic Milo and the Magic Wands (Felix DuBois [Marc Samuel], Dillon Quartermaine [Robert Palmer Watkins], Griffin Munro [Matt Cohen], Curtis Ashford [Donnell Turner], and Milo Giambetti [Drew Cheetwood]).

A short time later, Lucy introduced "Magic Milo and the Magic Wands." The women cheered loudly as Curtis, Griffin, Milo, Felix, and Dillon appeared onstage in fitted black tuxedos. The music started slow as women in short black dresses danced around the men to the beat of a slow sexy song. After the song ended, Maxie admitted to Lulu that it had been a disappointing performance. Suddenly, an upbeat song filled the ballroom as the men danced and slowly stripped. The women cheered loudly as the men ended the performance by turning to flash the crowd their behinds, which had Nurses Ball spelled across their boxer-briefs.

You can read the full recap of that episode here or in our Daily Recaps Archive, which has comprehensive General Hospital Daily Recaps dating back to 1996.

ENCORE PRESENTATION: The 2017 Nurses Ball kicks off (2017) ENCORE PRESENTATION: The 2017 Nurses Ball kicks off (2017)
Tuesday, June 2, 2020

Due to the COVID-19 pandemic, General Hospital began broadcasting special throwback episodes until it was safe for the cast and crew to return to work. As a treat to viewers and a special thank you to those in the medical field, ABC aired encore presentations of Nurses Ball episodes. A complete list of episodes that aired during this week can be found here.

This episode originally aired on May 9, 2014. In the episode, Luke and Tracy took the next step in their relationship. Musical performances included "Raise Your Glass," "You Took the Words Right Out of My Mouth," "I Am What I Am," and a striptease to AC/DC's "You Shook Me All Night Long."

Luke sang a rather dark rendition of "I Am What I Am," as he focused on Tracy. In the audience, Kiki, Michael, and Julian were surprised by Luke's gall in singing the song. After the song ended, Tracy stood up and clapped loudly for Luke. Luke took advantage of the spotlight by reminding Tracy that he had told her that he had a surprise planned for her. Tracy was stunned when Luke suddenly suggested that he and Tracy get married right then and there in front of their friends and family.

You can read the full recap of that episode here or in our Daily Recaps Archive, which has comprehensive General Hospital Daily Recaps dating back to 1996.

ENCORE PRESENTATION: Charlotte is unwittingly thrown into danger (2017) ENCORE PRESENTATION: Charlotte is unwittingly thrown into danger (2017)
Wednesday, June 3, 2020

Due to the COVID-19 pandemic, General Hospital began broadcasting special throwback episodes until it was safe for the cast and crew to return to work. As a treat to viewers and a special thank you to those in the medical field, ABC aired encore presentations of Nurses Ball episodes. A complete list of episodes that aired during this week can be found here.

This episode originally aired on May 12, 2014. In the episode, Britt told Nikolas she still loved him. Musical performances included "Brokenhearted," "I Love It," and the original song performance "Criminal Love."

Britt congratulated Brad on a great performance, but Brad glumly disclosed that it had done no good. Suddenly, Spencer latched onto Britt and screamed, "Britt's here!" to a less-than-enthused Nikolas. Spencer hugged her and told her that he missed her, and she did the same. He wanted to "catch up" with her, but she told him that she had to go. He begged her to stay just in case something "exciting" happened, and he dragged Britt and Nikolas to a table.

You can read the full recap of that episode here or in our Daily Recaps Archive, which has comprehensive General Hospital Daily Recaps dating back to 1996.

ENCORE PRESENTATION: Ava tries to make an escape, but her luck runs out (2017) ENCORE PRESENTATION: Ava tries to make an escape, but her luck runs out (2017)
Thursday, June 4, 2020

Due to the COVID-19 pandemic, General Hospital began broadcasting special throwback episodes until it was safe for the cast and crew to return to work. As a treat to viewers and a special thank you to those in the medical field, ABC aired encore presentations of Nurses Ball episodes. A complete list of episodes that aired during this week can be found here.

This episode originally aired on May 1, 2015. In the episode, the truth about Ric and Hayden's connection was revealed. Musical performances included the original number "Welcome to the Nurses Ball," as well as"99 Red Balloons" and "Marry You."

In the ballroom, Lucy tried to salvage the show by dragging Brad to the stage to finish Ric's song. Brad reluctantly agreed but decided to make it upbeat, so Felix ran backstage to grab half a dozen men to act as backup dancers during the performance. Brad sang the song to Lucas as the crowd swayed along to the song. Afterwards, everyone erupted in applause, including Lucas, who gave Brad a standing ovation. Pleased, Lucy returned to the stage and thanked Brad then remarked that there hadn't been any pressure for him to propose to anyone.

You can read the full recap of that episode here or in our Daily Recaps Archive, which has comprehensive General Hospital Daily Recaps dating back to 1996.

ENCORE PRESENTATION: Performances and a proposal at the Nurses Ball (2018) ENCORE PRESENTATION: Performances and a proposal at the Nurses Ball (2018)
Friday, June 5, 2020

Due to the COVID-19 pandemic, General Hospital began broadcasting special throwback episodes until it was safe for the cast and crew to return to work. As a treat to viewers and a special thank you to those in the medical field, ABC aired encore presentations of Nurses Ball episodes. A complete list of episodes that aired during this week can be found here.

This episode originally aired on May 5, 2015. In the episode, Duke took a hit out on Jordan. Musical performances included "Crazy Little Thing Called Love," "It Might Be You," and the original song "You're Not Alone" performed by Epiphany Johnson and Sabrina Santiago.

In the ballroom, Duke's phone rang, but Shawn and Jordan walked up before he could answer it. Shawn revealed that Julian Jerome had slipped out of the ballroom, so Shawn wanted to go after Julian. Jordan didn't think it was a good idea because it would draw unnecessary attention to them, so Duke agreed with Jordan. Moments later, Duke slipped into the alley to return the call he had missed. He greeted Bruce then instructed Bruce to proceed with the plan to kill Jordan.

You can read the full recap of that episode here or in our Daily Recaps Archive, which has comprehensive General Hospital Daily Recaps dating back to 1996.

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