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Guiding Light: Tuesday December 7, 2004

Frank tells Harley about Buzz putting in his alarm code the night Phillip was murdered. When Harley tries to get him to cover up this information, Frank realizes that Harley has been hiding evidence to protect Buzz. Meanwhile, Alan hears that Gus has been digging into the murder and is furious to realize Gus is trying to protect the Coopers. He tries to convince Gus to be loyal to the Spauldings but Gus insists that Alan can’t control him. Later, Frank is forced to bring Buzz in to the station when Buzz’s prints are discovered on the gun, but Harley remains determined to free her father. Reva and Josh meet Blake and Ross for breakfast and the discussion turns into a competition for who has the worst life at the moment. Jonathan shows up and things get uglier. When Jonathan gets Blake alone, he makes some inappropriate comments, which Blake shares with Reva. Reva confronts Jonathan who says he doesn’t always know how to act because of his terrible upbringing. Reva decides it’s time for Jonathan to face his demons and takes him to the airport so they can go confront his abusive adoptive father. Playing on Sebastian’s guilt, Holly manages to get the key but he figures it out before she can hit him over the head and escape. Back at Company, a nurse friend of Blake’s informs her that Sebastian is deathly ill and gives Blake his two-way radio that he left at the hospital. Confused, Blake fiddles with the radio and nearly makes contact with Holly but Sebastian smashes it. The physical exertion causes Sebastian to collapse and Holly, armed with the key, sees her chance to escape.

Source: CBS

Episode Info  

Episode number: 53x111
Production Number: 14556
Airdate: Tuesday December 07th, 2004

Alternate Airdates:

UK (CBS drama) Sep 02, 2008

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