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'General Hospital' Spoilers, Plot News for April 27 to May 1 Episodes: Kiki and Morgan Find an Unexpected Guest in Silas' Apartment

Last week on "General Hospital," Silas goes into the hospital and finds Nathan looking forlorn. Nathan asks about his patient in New York, and Silas says that she died. Nathan assures Silas that he's no longer a suspect in the kidnapping of Avery.

In Michael's office at ELQ, Sonny swears that he didn't drug him. Michael says that he knows who did it. Morgan and Kiki get off the elevator, and Michael confronts them. Morgan refuses to be blamed and asks his father if he believes what he's saying. Then, Michael shoves Morgan, and the pills fall out of his pocket.

Sonny demands to know the truth, so Kiki admits it. Morgan tells Sonny that he did it all for him. Sonny is not pleased and berates Morgan for putting Avery in danger. Kiki apologizes and heads out the door with Morgan. Sonny tells Michael that the only thing that matters now is that Avery's okay.

Later, Michael thanks Sabrina for all her help. He says he doesn't know how his little brother went so wrong. Sabrina thinks that maybe he's jealous.

Michael says that he and Sonny have a new understanding, and that he's sure that Kiki and Morgan have Avery.

Kiki and Morgan walk into Silas' apartment, and they find Avery there.

Here are the "General Hospital" spoilers for April 27 to May 1:

April 27 (Monday): Sabrina and Michael become closer; Kiki and Morgan find Avery in Silas' apartment; Franco remains suspicious of Nina.

April 28 (Tuesday): Carly and Sonny present Michael with an offer; Michael receives the latest status on ELQ; Olivia has labor pains.

April 29 (Wednesday): Ric divulges a secret to Molly; Sam hears a private conversation.

April 30 (Thursday): Elizabeth and Jake share a close moment; Ric tells Elizabeth that he has a surprise in the works.

May 1 (Friday): A proposal takes place; two big reveals occur.

"General Hospital" airs from Mondays to Fridays at 1 p.m. on ABC.

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