Jason’s Fan Club Filled The Courthouse At His Arraignment On General Hospital

Jason’s Fan Club Filled The Courthouse At His Arraignment On General Hospital

Everyone in Port Charles is taking sides.

As Jason’s arraignment began on the March 28, 2024, episode of General Hospital, the people of Port Charles took sides in the courtroom.

Jason’s Fan Club

After a battle between Diane (Carolyn Hennesy) and Molly (Kristen Vaganos), the judge let Jason off on a $5 million dollar bail, which Michael (Chad Duell) instantly agreed to pay.

Also on Jason’s (Steve Burton) side of the room was Carly (Laura Wright), who was the first person Jason saw when he walked out for the arraignment. The two shared a hug before Jason left for the police station, catching the eye of Carly’s ex Drew (Cameron Mathison).

Josslyn (Eden McCoy) hasn’t backed down from defending Jason’s innocence, which clashed with Kristina (Kate Mansi) when the two saw each other at the courthouse. Kristina has been adamant Jason shot her brother, much like her father S onny (Maurice Benard), who didn’t even bother showing up to the hearing.

Elizabeth (Rebecca Herbst), always vying with Carly to be Jason’s number one fan, was also seated on his side, but the most shocking person to see was Danny (Asher Antonyzyn), who sneaked into the courtroom just as it began and sneaked out before anyone could catch him. Elizabeth did, however, see the teen leave.

Haters Gonna Hate

On the opposing side was not only Drew and Kristina, but Nina (Cynthia Watros), who never fails at giving people reasons to hate her.

Alexis (Nancy Lee Grahn) also sat on this side, but mostly likely in support of her ADA daughter, who took Robert’s (Tristan Rogers) place in court after the DA admitted he didn’t want to upset Robin (Kimberly McCullough), another top tier member of the Jason fan club.

When it was all said and done and Michael posted bail, he offered to take his uncle back to the Quartermaine mansion, but Jason had other plans. “Sorry, Michael… I can’t go home yet,” he said, alluding to having some business to take care of.

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