‘General Hospital’ (GH) Spoilers for May 12-16: Alexis wants Julian to Quit the Mob Plus Lulu and Dante’s Embryo Update

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By Tarun Mazumdar | May 12, 2014 7:42 AM EST

"General Hospital" (GH) is currently showcasing Nurses' Ball 2014 and it has been action packed with striptease performance to a wedding and more. Now, fans can expect more action in the upcoming "General Hospital" episodes from May 12 to May 16.

Caution: Spoilers Alert! This article contains spoilers from "General Hospital" (GH) May 12-16 episodes.

Alexis wants Julian to part ways with the mob for good. Julian Jeromes wants to leave the family business after the troubles he faced because of fake Luke. However, fake Luke is in no mood to quit and is ready to make the whole quitting business, difficult.

Meanwhile, during the week of May 12-16 in "General Hospital," Shawn and Jordan come together and the episodes reveal more of their lives before Port Charles, reports Celeb Dirty Laundry. Jordan is on the phone talking about business and TJ overhears. Molly tries to comfort TJ this week.

Also, in "General Hospital," Carly and Franco are trying their best to find evidence against Ava. The recording on AJ's telephone is damaged, but Ava's role in AJ's death cannot be denied at all. Carly and Franco are ready to find out everything about Ava's connection with AJ's death, however they end up finding an intel about another Port Charles case which remains unsolved.

In the upcoming "General Hospital" May 12-16 episodes, Anna will make a shocking revelation about Lulu and Dante's embryo. Fans will get to know more about the embryo. At the Nurses' Ball 2014, Dr. Obrecht promised to give back Lulu and Dante's embryo which she had taken.

It will be interesting to see if Lulu and Dante will have a baby or not. Also, fans will get to see Julian's attempt to leave the mob. What about fake Luke's next plan of action?

Catch all the action in "General Hospital" and stay tuned for more "GH" spoilers and updates. 

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