General Hospital: What Is Finn (Michael Easton) Injecting in his body? GH April 12 - 13, 2016 On l...
The surgery was performed by Dr. Munro (Matt Cohen) with an assist from Finn. When Tracy finally awakes, Finn is for the moment happy, and so too is Tracy who thanks Finn and touches his face.
However, as Finn heads to the elevators at GH, Griffin notices that Finn doesn’t seem to be looking well, and notes to Finn he should get some sleep. He has been up for the last 24 hours. When Finn heads to the doctor’s locker room, he starts to seemingly go into withdrawal looking at himself in the mirror, looking at the bruises and track marks on his arm, and needing a fix of whatever he has been shooting up. Finn has his paraphenilia in his locker, but as he finally gets to it he is interuppted by Griffin, who notes how off Finn seems to be, but blows it off to a long complicated surgery over Tracy’s case. Later, a desperate Finn is sitting in the shower shooting up the drug.
So, while Finn’s behavior is starting to emulate someone on heroin, doesn’t that seem too obvious? Is he taking an experimental drug for research? Is something medically wrong with him? Share your theories in the comment section below!