‘General Hospital’ Spoilers & Recap Thursday, April 25: Oscar Changes His Name – Carly Has Her CVS Test

General Hospital Spoilers: Oscar Nero (Garren Stitt) General Hospital (GH) recap for Thursday, April 25, 2019, reveals Kevin Collins (Jon Lindstrom) and Laura Webber (Genie Frances) cuddle on the couch before they move on with Ava Jerome’s (Maura West) plan.

Laura needs to leave and asks if Kevin is meeting with Ava and Felicia Scorpio (Kristina Wagner) today. Kevin talks to Laura about making amends for trying to help Ryan. He agrees that Ava is right. Kevin admits it is hard to be around Ava because of what Ryan has done. He tells Laura that Ryan killed Kiki Jerome (ex Hayley Erin) because she was Ava’s.

Kevin thinks Ryan killed Kiki to make Ava more vulnerable. Kevin says the blame comes right back to him. Ava’s life will never be the same and he knows he played a big part in that. Laura doesn’t want Kevin anywhere near Ava but knows he is right. Kevin couldn’t do this without Laura, she assures him he doesn’t have to either. Laura calls Lulu Falconeri (Emme Rylan); they need to talk.

General Hospital Spoilers – Kevin Collins Offers His Support

General Hospital’s Ava goes to meet with Felicia; Mac Scorpio (John J. York) is upset with their plan. Mac tells Ava they will not be a part of her murder plot. Mac tells Ava and Felicia that murdering Ryan is still a crime no matter what he has done. Kevin says there is no guarantee they can kill him. He tells Ava she has never seen the vengeful Ryan but vows to do whatever he can to help her make Ryan pay. Everyone agrees to trap Ryan and turn him over to the authorities. Kevin agrees to do whatever it takes to make Ryan pay.

General Hospital’s Oscar Nero (Garren Stitt) and Jocelyn Jacks (Eden McCoy) are practicing their song as Kim Nero (Tamara Braun) looks on, Oscar falls asleep, and Jocelyn leaves to run an errand. Drew (Billy Miller) asks Jocelyn how things are going; she says Oscar is sleeping. Kim is thankful for Jocelyn. Monica Quartermaine (Leslie Charleston) offers to consult with Terry Randolph (Cassandra James) about pain medication for Oscar.

Monica wakes Oscar so he can visit with Scout Cain (Palmer and Poe Parker). She promises that Scout will know about her big brother. Monica puts Scout down for a nap; Drew joins her and Oscar outside. Oscar suggests Drew take Scout to climb the mountain they never got to climb. Monica goes to get Kim for a picture; Drew asks how Oscar is doing. Oscar tells Drew it has been a good day. Oscar wants to add Quartermaine to his name if it is OK with Kim.

General Hospital Spoilers – Carly Corinthos Has Questions

Oscar feels lucky to have found this family that welcomed him with no questions asked. Kim is ok with Oscar’s decision and tells him to do it. Monica thinks it is an honor that Oscar wants the family name. Oscar comes in and tells everyone he is changing his name. Cameron Webber (William Lipton) shows up with cards and peanuts, Monica offers Edward Quartermaine’s (John Ingle) poker chips for them to use. Monica, Liz Baldwin (Rebecca Herbst), and Kim watch the poker game and laugh over Oscar’s Quartermaine nature.

General Hospital’s Bobbie Spencer (Jackie Zeman) meets Carly Corinthos (Laura Wright) at the hospital to get her CVS test results. Bobbie questions why Sonny Corinthos (Maurice Benard) isn’t there, Carly says Sonny is taking care of a situation. Bobbie asks if this situation is more important than the baby, Carly assures her it’s not but different.

Carly assures the doctor she is following orders. Carly and Bobbie tell the doctor about Michael Corinthos’ (Chad Duell) heart condition. She is curious about her baby’s chances of having bipolar disorder. The doctor tells Carly there is no way to tell if the baby could have bipolar disorder. No one has more questions, so they move on with the CVS test. Epiphany comes to get Carly for her test.

General Hospital Spoilers – Epiphany Johnson Gives Advice

General Hospital’s Cameron and Liz clash at the hospital. Epiphany Johnson (Sonya Eddy) tells Liz she can’t force Cameron and Franco Baldwin (Roger Howarth) to bond. Epiphany explains to Liz that Cameron and Franco have to build that bridge.

Jocelyn goes to visit Cameron and demands to know where he has been. Jocelyn says we have to freak out on our time, not Oscar’s. Cameron questions hope Jocelyn is handling this; she wants to make as many memories as they can. Cameron has to get something, and he will be at the Quartermaine’s. Cameron swears to be there for Jocelyn.

General Hospital’s Robert Scorpio (Tristan Rogers) and Anna Devane (Finola Hughes) meet. Robert tells Anna he knows why he fell in love with her, and he knows she gave birth to his daughter. Anna shows Robert the bracelet. Robert assures Anna that he was never with Alex Marick (Finola Hughes); he was always with her. He tells Anna that Hamilton Finn (Michael Easton) has her spiraling. Robert tells Anna for a smart woman; she is a basket case.

General Hospital Spoilers – Robert Scorpio Keeps Pushing

Anna agrees that Robert might be right. Robert threatens to take a picture. Anna tells Robert she may be afraid to be happy. Robert says Anna has done great at turning her life around. Robert tells Anna to leave the past in the past and allow herself to be happy. Anna doesn’t regret falling in love with Robert despite all their disasters. Anna hugs Robert.

Hamilton looks at the engagement ring and moves to leave the hospital. Finn walks up behind Anna and Robert as they hug and questions if it is good or bad. Finn sees the bracelet, and they agree that Robin Scorpio-Drake (Kimberly McCullough) is Anna and Robert’s, daughter.

Anna decides to make the most of every moment and not look back anymore. Finn thinks that is an excellent idea. Anna thanks them both for supporting her and excuses herself. Finn tells Robert it feels like Anna is covering a little. Robert says give Anna time, and she will be fine. Robert tells Finn he needs to learn to read Anna better.

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