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Guiding Light: Monday July 5, 2004

Robbie runs into Michelle’s arms. He clings to her but she doesn’t recognize her own son. She’s able to cover to keep him from getting upset. When alone with Danny, she blasts him for withholding the fact that they have a child. She resumes the role of mother and wife for the sake of the barbeque but by the end of the day, she’s had enough. She asks Tony to get her out of here. She hops onto the back of his bike and they drive off into the night. Off his cryptic phone call to the person Jeffrey suspects may have Cassie’s credit cards, Jeffrey informs Cassie he’ll be staying in town a little bit longer. He assures her he’ll take care of her credit card situation. Darci reveals to Frank that she was a prostitute and that Brad Green was a client. She informs him that Brad and Alex were as close as you can be. Frank insists that her past doesn’t matter to him and they announce their engagement to Buzz, Marina and Harley. However, Frank’s suspicions about the Antimonius case rise to another level and he informs Gus that he’ll be taking on the investigation himself. Olivia and Bill declare their own independence day. They kiss, but slow things down before they get too far. They leave the relationship unconsummated, but with a partnership intact. Edmund offers Joey a job on the farm in the hopes of bringing Tammy and Joey closer together. Meanwhile, Lizzie learns of Remy’s offer to take Tammy to the dance and she uses the information to bring Joey closer to her. Responding to Alan’s constant condescension, Sandy and Marina decide it’s time to teach him a lesson. With Marina doing the legwork, Sandy hacks into Alan’s private computer and leaves Alan a message.

Source: CBS

Episode Info  

Episode number: 53x4
Production Number: 14449
Airdate: Monday July 05th, 2004

Alternate Airdates:

UK (CBS drama) Apr 04, 2008

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