GL Transcript Monday 7/6/09

Guiding Light Transcript Monday 7/6/09


Provided by Suzanne
Proofread by Tanya

Previously on "Guiding Light"...

Blake: I have a message for you from Natalia. She's not coming. She doesn't want to see you right now.

Phillip: This is the last Bauer barbecue that I'm going come to. And I want them to remember me as a part of the happiness of this day. I can't tell you how lucky I feel to have been able to spend all this time with you. I wish it could go on forever.

Olivia: Emma, it's time to get up.

Emma: My decorations.

Olivia: Sweetie, Fourth of July is over, okay?

Emma: Why didn't Natalia come to the party?

Olivia: I don't know.

Emma: She said she was coming.

Olivia: Sweetie, if she said she was coming, then something must have happened for her to miss it.

Emma: Like what?

(Knock on door)

Olivia: That's Jane. Go get dressed, okay? Hi.

Jane: Good morning.

Olivia: Can you stay late?

Jane: Sure.

Olivia: Great.

Jane: Is there something wrong?

Olivia: I just don't want Emma to worry about anything. I'll call you, okay?

Jane: Okay.

(Knock on door)

Reva: Hi.

Ashlee: Hey. We missed you at the barbecue yesterday.

Reva: Oh, yeah, yeah, I just... I wasn't up for it.

Ashlee: Can I come in for a second?

Reva: Sure.

Ashlee: Okay, thanks. I'm sorry. I don't exactly know the whole Jeffrey situation and everything. But there's talk about Dinah being with Jeffrey. And I was just wondering if you knew a way to contact her.

Reva: No, I have no idea.

Ashlee: Okay, well, I mean, even if you could get her a message through Jeffrey, it's just like there's a lot of work stuff and I just need some answers.

Reva: Well, I'm sure whatever it is, you can handle it, Ashlee.

Ashlee: Yeah, thank you. Yeah, probably should just make some decisions and then... I don't know, you know... she can fire me if she comes back. I... you know... I mean when she comes back. So do you need anything?

Reva: No. No, no, no. I'm... really, I'm fine. I'm totally fine.

Ashlee: Okay, well, thanks.

Reva: Yeah.

Ashlee: Take care.

Reva: You bet.

Ashlee: Thanks.

Reva: Have a good day.

Ashlee: Okay.

Olivia: Hey, Natalia, it's me. I got your message from Blake. And I... I was going to call, you, like a million times last night. I was just afraid of what would come out of my mouth. We should talk, you know. We should... should talk. Because whatever is going on, we'll work it out. You have to pick up your phone, though, right? It's not... it's not fair for you not to talk to me. Please call me back.

Lizzie: We only have two things left on our wedding to-do list.

Bill: Yay.

Lizzie: We are amazing.

Bill: You are amazing.

Lizzie: No, you're amazing.

Bill: You're amazing.

Lizzie: No, you are amazing. Uh-huh. You're amazing.

Bill: Okay. We got to stop that. We got to stop that.

Lizzie: I told you we could do it. We didn't need a wedding planner or our moms.

Bill: Nope.

Lizzie: We planned the perfect day.

Bill: And everybody we know is going to be there to see how much... how much I love you.

Lizzie: Okay. Two things we need to do.

Bill: Yeah.

Lizzie: Permit for extra parking at the church and then you pick up your tux. Those are the two things. So... I'm not worried.

Bill: You're not worried? Good. Because if you're not worried, then I am not.

Lizzie: I'm not.

Bill: No?

Lizzie: No.

Bill: Why do you look worried?

Lizzie: I can't tell you because if I say it out loud then it will happen.

Bill: Baby, just tell me, just tell me.

Lizzie: I'm afraid my family will screw this up.

Bill: You know what we're going to do?

Lizzie: What?

Bill: We are going to make sure that everyone stays happy so they can share in our joy.

Lizzie: I like that.

Bill: You like that?

Lizzie: Uh-huh.

Bill: Then you will get that.

Alex: Oh, hello there, dear.

Beth: Hello.

Alex: How are the plans for the shower coming? Any new ideas for games?

Beth: Well, I think it's more a girl's lunch. It's not really a shower.

Alex: Oh, come on, we got to lighten up. We've got to have games. (Laughs) Well, not to worry, I have a favorite one I love to play.

Beth: I'm sure you do.

James: Good morning.

Beth: Honey. Just who I needed to speak to. I know that we said we were going to play tennis today, but Lizzie’s wedding is upon us, and I really need to spend the day with her.

James: Yup. No problem.

Alex: You could always go with us if you want to.

Beth: Alex, that's very nice of you to invite him, but it is kind of a girl's luncheon. I just don't think you'd have a very good time.

James: I wouldn’t. Thanks for thinking of me, Aunt Alex.

Alex: You're welcome.

Beth: I hope Josh has come up with something for Bill to do, to keep him occupied today. We shall see.

Billy: You know, I don't know why we can't just... just the four of us go out.

Josh: Because, Billy, we have to invite them.

Billy: Why?

Josh: It's the right thing to do.

Shayne: What's the right thing to do?

Josh: Talking about inviting the Spaulding guys to join us when we take Bill out.

Shayne: Why?

Josh: Because it's the right thing to do. They're going to be family.

Billy: I think I'm going to take up drinking again.

Josh: Billy, you're going to have to get used to the fact that your son is marrying a Spaulding, okay?

Frank: Good luck with that.

Billy: Hey. Why don't you come with us? You should come. Yeah, we're going to have a good time.

Frank: No, you know what? Unfortunately, Billy, I got to work. So sorry about that.

Billy: Okay, great, great.

Frank: But thanks. Spaulding’s and the Lewis’s.

Josh: Billy, it will be fun. I mean, really. What could possibly happen? (Laughter)

Lillian: So it was a nice barbecue yesterday, huh?

Phillip: So much fun.

Lillian: You know, sweet little Janet was the one who cancelled Alan’s plane so they couldn't go to the Caribbean. (Laughs) I just wanted you to have a care-free day with your children before you...

Phillip: Tell them that I have three months to live?

Lillian: Yeah, that.

Phillip: I'm going to do it. I just have to figure out how. It's hard to find the right way to say it, and the right time.

(Cell phone rings)

Phillip: Hang on a sec. Hey.

Billy: Hey, Phillip, it's Billy Lewis.

Phillip: Hey, Billy.

Billy: Look, this is kind of last minute so if you can't do it... but at any rate, Josh and I are taking Bill out for a... play some pool, you know, last minute kind of a guy thing, you know, before he gets wed. We wanted to know if you wanted to come along?

Phillip: Sounds good, when?

Billy: Oh, about an hour.

Phillip: I think I can swing that.

Billy: Great, so then you'll be there.

Josh: With the rest of the family.

Billy: Oh, Phillip, by the way, we'd love to invite Alan and James, too, if they can come.

Phillip: All right, well, I'll pass along the invitation. We'll see you there. Huh?

Billy: They're coming.

Josh: It's going to be okay, big guy.

Shayne: (Laughs) It's going to be more than okay. It's going to be fun. This is going to be a good time.

Phillip: That was Billy Lewis. We're going to take Bill out to play some pool. So, you know, I mean, I can't exactly tell Lizzie that I'm dying and then say I'm going to take your future husband out and shoot some pool.

Lillian: No, you can’t.

Phillip: Right.

Lillian: And after that, it's going to be Lizzie’s wedding right around the corner and then... I mean, there's going to be something else. There's just never going to be a good time to tell them, but you have to find the time.

Phillip: Find a good time to tell somebody that you're going to die? I'm not sure there is such a thing.

Olivia: Natalia? Where are you? Hey, Natalia, it's me. I'm at the house and your car is here, but you're not answering your door. So... you're either inside and ignoring me, which I don't understand, or you're gone and I'm worried. So could you just at least call me, so I don't worry. Just...

James: I told you I'd come through, man. I'm sorry, I got to go. Later.

Phillip: Who was that?

James: Don't worry, Dad, no more Ponzi schemes. This one's more like offshore banking.

Phillip: Very funny. Where's your grandfather?

James: I so do not have to answer that question, Dad.

Alan: I'm right here.

Phillip: Billy Lewis called. He invited to us join him and the rest of the Lewis boys to celebrate the wedding. Take Bill out and shoot a little pool, maybe smoke a stogie.

James: I'm in.

Alan: You know, I would rather sling hash with Buzz Cooper than go to some hoe-down with the hillbilly Lewis’s.

Phillip: Go change. We're leaving in a half hour. James...

James: I'm going to go shower and change.

Phillip: I'm not sure that you should go.

James: Why not?

Phillip: Well, for one thing you'd be the only kid there. And for another... you know, you almost got Bill sent to jail for life.

James: Bill seems okay.

Phillip: Well...

James: It's his party.

Phillip: Yeah, but I'm not sure his family is. You know... I mean, that's a lot to forgive.

James: You're right. Getting someone thrown in jail, kind of hard to forgive.

Shayne: Hey.

Reva: Hi, sweetie.

Shayne: Hi.

Reva: What's up?

Shayne: Oh, nothing, I was just wondering if... and you don't need to tell me anything, if you don't think I should know anything.

Reva: No, what? What do you need?

Shayne: Have you heard anything from Jeffrey?

Reva: Have you heard something from Dinah?

Shayne: No. If I heard anything from Dinah, I'd call you, Mom.

Reva: Yeah, and I'd call you, too, but no, I haven't heard anything.

Shayne: This sucks.

Reva: Yes. I know. I know it does.

Shayne: Dinah's brother is getting married next week. I don't know if she'll make it back for the wedding. I'm starting to feel like she's not going to make it back at all.

Reva: No, no, no. Do not think that way. I mean it, Shayne. Do not. Those two are good together. They've worked together before.

Shayne: Okay.

Reva: If anyone can find Edmund, they can.

Shayne: Okay, I'm sorry. It's not that... it's not that I don't think that they're not going to make it back at all. Okay, I'm sorry. It's just that this whole thing is really starting to piss me off.

Reva: Yeah, it pisses me off, too. But I have Colin, you know. At least I've got this little guy, and he keeps me from going crazy. That's what you need. That's exactly what you need. You need something. You need something that's so important that it forces you to keep your mind off your own emotions.

Lizzie: We should stop. We should stop.

Bill: Why should we stop? Why... why must we stop?

Lizzie: We should go to the beach.

Bill: Why must we go to the beach?

Lizzie: I want to be all golden and glowy when I marry you.

Bill: You can be golden and glowy right here.

Lizzie: (Laughs) (knock on door)

Beth: Hey.

Lizzie: Hey!

Bill: Oh!

Beth: Okay, not me being pushy, mother of the bride. It's your wedding, I get it. I just thought that I would invite you for a day of shopping.

Bill: Well, actually, we're going to be working on our tans today.

Beth: But you're getting married. You don't need tans unless that's all you plan on wearing. Again, just being helpful, not pushy mother.

Bill: Right.

Billy: Oh, good. I'm not interrupting. Because I have a favor to ask, Lizzie.

Lizzie: Me, really?

Billy: Yeah. I need to borrow Bill. I know you guys are doing the wedding, but... and planning, but I miss him. I need him. Just for a little bit.

Lizzie: All right. I guess I have him for the rest of my life, so you can take him for one day.

Beth: We can go shopping then.

Lizzie: Okay.

Beth: Great.

Bill: Okay.

Lizzie: Have fun.

Bill: Yeah. (Laughter)

Olivia: Hi.

Officer Marco: Can I help you?

Olivia: I here to report a missing person.

Officer Marco: What is your relationship to the missing person?

Olivia: What difference does it make? She's missing.

Frank: I got this, Marco, thanks. Appreciate it. So what's going on here? Emma run away again?

Olivia: No, it's Natalia. She was supposed to meet me at the barbecue and she never showed.

Frank: Well, I mean, that doesn't really qualify as a missing person. Did you two have a fight?

Olivia: No, no, no, just the opposite. We weren't just going to the barbecue, we were going to... we were going to be there together.

Frank: Oh, got it. Well, maybe there's your answer then. Maybe she... maybe she got cold feet.

Olivia: No, Frank. She would have told me, okay? We planned this together. I wasn't pushing her. She knows that whatever she's feeling, she can be honest with me.

Frank: Okay.

Olivia: What, Frank?

Frank: No.

Olivia: No, you tell me what.

Frank: Nothing, nothing.

Olivia: You tell me what.

Frank: You know what? I thought Natalia could be completely honest with me about everything, too. I mean, right up until the wedding she... she let me know that she wanted to be married. But I'm sure it's not the same thing.

Olivia: No, it's not the same thing. It's not the same thing, Frank. Because when she changed her mind about marrying you, she didn't just disappear on you. Okay, she told you. It's been almost 24 hours. I haven't gotten a call. No messages. And her house is sitting empty. That's not like her.

Frank: Well, I can't officially file a missing person report until a full day's gone by, but we can certainly put the word out there, okay? Let's see what turns up.

Olivia: Great, thank you.

Frank: Yeah.

Olivia: It's not the same, Frank. It's not the same.

Ashlee: Daisy's not here.

James: How do you know I want to talk to her?

Ashlee: Oh, okay, let me think. You could be selling things door-to-door. "Excuse me, ma'am, may I interest you in a door-to-door Ponzi scheme?"

James: Do you know where Daisy is?

Ashlee: Marina said that she was called into work at Towers. Do you want to hang out with me? I'm free.

James: I just need to see her.

Ashlee: Oh, there's nothing I can help you with?

James: Thanks. I'm okay.

Lizzie: I'm just really not that hungry. I thought we were going shopping.

Beth: Yeah, we will. I just need to get a little something to eat before we hit the mall.

Lizzie: Okay.

Lillian: ...Then I'm giving shots to people. (Laughter)

Lizzie: Okay, okay. (Applause) Hey, what's going on?

Beth: Well, we knew that you didn't want a big party, but we wanted you to know how happy we are for you.

Lillian: So here we all are.

Beth: Yes, here we are.

Alex: You're going to make us all believe in true love. We all believe in true love again, right? You got it.

Lizzie: It is true love.

Vanessa: It is true that when two people find true love, everybody else wants to hang around them?

Lizzie: Is that true? (Laughter)

Vanessa: It is true. Here, sweetie, you better join us. You better have some champagne.

Lizzie: It's a little early to start drinking.

Alex: Oh, come on, please. With true love, it's never too early to have champagne or a martini.

Beth: I know. To my beautiful daughter, who has survived so much. And I am so proud of the wonderful woman you have become, and so happy for your new beginning with Bill. To Lizzie.

All: To Lizzie. (Laughter)

Bill: All right, well, this is great. This is great. I'm having fun planning the wedding, but I could really take a break from all the talk about flowers and crab cakes. Let's shoot some pool.

Billy: Oh, I like to hear you talk like that. Let's go.

Josh: Oh! Oh, the agony of defeat. Hey, there he is. The man of the hour.

Bill: Thank you very much.

Josh: Come here, come here, come here.

Bill: Thank you, Uncle Josh.

Shayne: Congratulations, Bill.

Bill: Hey.

Shayne: You're a braver man than I am.

Bill: Come on. I am a lucky guy, though.

Billy: You can say that again.

Bill: Yeah, maybe you just haven't found the right girl yet, that's all.

Shayne: I'm dating your sister, Bill. (Laughter)

Bill: I'm just saying. I'm just saying.

Billy: Guys, come on. So what game are we playing?

Josh: We're just... we haven't started yet. We're just kind of shooting around a little bit, that's all.

Bill: Well, thanks for coming out, guys. This is a nice surprise.

Billy: Oh...

Josh: Hey! Perfect timing. Hello, gentlemen.

Phillip: Thank you for the invitation. Shayne.

Josh: Hey, Phillip, how are you? Alan, can I get you guys a drink, maybe a Shirley Temple, something like that?

Alan: They have clean glasses in a place like this?

Billy: Oh!

Josh: That's funny. I'll see what I can do. Excuse me.

Billy: Well, this is fun.

Bill: It's going to be great.

Billy: Fun, fun, fun.

Father Ray: Olivia?

Olivia: Hi, Father. I'm looking for Natalia, have you seen her?

Father Ray: She's not here.

Olivia: Okay.

Father Ray: Olivia, she was here yesterday.

Olivia: Was she okay?

Father Ray: No, she wasn’t. She was really upset.

Olivia: Well, what did she say? Father, look, I know that you can't tell me the whole... everything. I just... was she okay? Was she hurt? If you could just tell me where she is? I want to see her.

Father Ray: Natalia asked me not to tell you that.

Olivia: Wait, wait, wait, wait. Natalia told you not to tell me where she is? No, no, I don't believe that. Why would she confide in you and not tell me?

Father Ray: Olivia, I can't betray that confidence. I can tell you she's conflicted.

Olivia: About me?

Father Ray: About a lot of things. I suggested a retreat where she should go reflect.

Olivia: So she just took off and didn't tell me anything?

Father Ray: I don't know why she chose not to tell you herself. She did ask me to pass on the message. And I am so sorry. One of my parishioners was in a car accident. I was with him all night. I'm sorry for not telling you sooner.

Olivia: Don’t... Father, don't be sorry, just tell me where she is.

Father Ray: Olivia, when someone goes on retreat, they're looking for answers. Unfortunately, outside visitors are not allowed.

Olivia: For how long?

Father Ray: Till she sorts things out. I'm sorry.

Olivia: Don’t.

Billy: Welcome, gentlemen. We are here to celebrate my son Bill's final day of bachelorhood.

Bill: Yes.

Billy: So let's raise a toast and get this party started. Hear, hear. Hey!

Bill: Thank you. Thank you very much, thank you. This is... well, my bachelor party. It's fun. Very fun. Now is Blake going to be jumping out of a cake. I remember when I was a kid. I think it was Ross’s bachelor party. Blake, dressed in lingerie, jumps out of a cake. My nose was stuck in her navel, I think, for a good ten minutes. I had to grease it out. I don't know. I thought maybe that was a Springfield tradition.

Josh: Nice.

Bill: Guess not. No?

Alan: He's your son-in-law.

Josh: Okay. You know, this party needs something. Cigars, I think, yeah, yeah? I'm going to go out and find us some cigars.

Alan: Good idea, Josh.

Josh: Excuse me.

Shayne: Dad, where are you going?

Josh: I'm leaving.

Shayne: No, no. No, you're not.

Josh: Yes, I am.

Shayne: You're not going to leave me here with them.

Josh: Son, somebody needs to get this party started. Good luck. I love you with all my heart.

Reva: Oh, you look darling. Thanks for inviting me. I really needed this.

Ashlee: Oh, sorry.

Alex: Join us, there's plenty of champagne or martinis or whatever.

Reva: Cheers.

Ashlee: You look awesome.

Lizzie: Thank you, thank you. I am, apparently, no longer a bride to be. I am Miss America. (Laughter)

Beth: Mom, do you remember the first time that Lizzie wore a tiara?

Lillian: I remember it perfectly. She looked so adorable. (Laughter)

Alex: All right, ladies. Ladies, please. It is time to play the game.

Beth: Game?

Alex: Yes, one of my favorite games. It is called pin the... on the...

Beth: Alex?

Alex: Oh, my goodness!

Lizzie: Oh! (Laughter)

Alex: No, no, no, no! I practiced. (Yelling) Okay, who wants to be first?

Ashlee: I want... I want to be first.

Alex: Come here.

Lizzie: Where did you get that picture, Aunt Alex?

Alex: I've had more fun at this... okay, go.

Lizzie: Where did you get the picture?

Alex: Here you go. You have to have your...

Ashlee: My what?

Alex: Tool.

Ashlee: Tool? My tool?

Alex: Turn around. (Laughter)

Alex: Okay, okay, okay. All right, hang in there. Whoa! Go for it.

Ashlee: Okay. Okay, here it is. How'd I do? How'd I do?

Alex: No.

Ashlee: Oh, dear. I didn't do good. (Laughter)

Alex: Who's next?

Ashlee: It's kind of in his mouth.

Alex: Be careful, I know that body. (Laughter)

Alex: That's a friend.

Josh: James, why are you here? Why didn't you come to the party with your dad and your incredibly old grandfather.

James: I wasn't invited.

Josh: Of course, you were invited. I'm sorry if we didn't make that clear.

James: You made it clear. My dad uninvited me.

Josh: What, your dad told you not to come?

James: He didn't want me around.

Josh: Ah, interesting. James, family dynamics can be very difficult. Bringing two families together, incredibly difficult. Now if you feel that you've reached a maturity level-- and I think you have. I think you've grown a lot, particularly in the last year. If you think you're ready to help this situation, maybe even fix it, you should do that. And you should prove to your dad that you can do that. But you're not going to accomplish anything sitting here reading comic books. I would suggest you head over to Farley's say... now. I'm just saying.

Bill: That's how I do it.

Phillip: Very nice, very nice.

Bill: I don't really play much. Do you?

Phillip: It's been a while.

Alan: Where's Josh? Did he have to fly to Cuba to get those cigars?

Billy: Oh, quit crying about cigars. Hey, somebody want to shut his mouth? Pick up a cue, Alan.

Alan: Billy, it wouldn't be fair to the rest of you.

Shayne: You good?

Alan: Do you want to find out?

Shayne: Ten bucks.

Alan: Let's make that 20. Rack 'em.

(Cell phone rings)

Shayne: You're on.

Phillip: Hey.

Olivia: Phillip, it's me, Olivia.

Phillip: Is Emma okay?

Olivia: Yeah, she's fine. It's me. I need help.

Phillip: What is it?

Natalia: I'm at the church. I don’t... I don't think I can drive.

Phillip: Okay, I'll be right there. Guys, I got to take off for just a second. I'll be right back.

Phillip: Hey.

Olivia: Hey.

Phillip: You okay?

Olivia: Yeah, no. Natalia left.

Phillip: Oh.

Olivia: I don’t... I can't find her anywhere.

Phillip: Do you want me to help you find her?

Olivia: I just... I want to talk to her because I don't know...I just... whatever this is, we can fix it.

Phillip: Call her.

Olivia: I did, she's not answering her phone. Father Ray said that she went on some church retreat. She's not coming back until she sorts things out.

Phillip: Well, what do you want to do now?

Olivia: I can't drive. Will you take me home?

Phillip: Yeah, sure.


Lizzie: Hey, you know, maybe you could help me. I want to get Bill something special, but I don't know what.

Vanessa: Well, he loves golf.

Lizzie: Yeah, that's what Nana said.

Vanessa: He does. And you could always get him a really fine watch and engrave something special on it.

Lizzie: Yeah, Aunt Alex said that, too. I don't know.

Vanessa: You know what, darling? He's happy. And you're the one who makes him happy. So I say that's all that matters.

Lizzie: Are you sure?

Vanessa: I am sure. I'm very sure. And never underestimate happiness. You hear me? (

Cell phone rings)

Lizzie: Oh. Hey you.

Bill: Hey, baby, where are you?

Lizzie: I am looking at a very large photo of you. My mom and everybody threw me a surprise party. They're just a little happy that we're getting married.

Bill: Yeah, my dad, too. We got dueling surprise parties going on.

Lizzie: They're too cute. I love it.

Bill: Yes. You're so cute. All right, look, I think I'm a little partied out. I'd rather be at the beach with you.

Lizzie: Well, I can be home and dressed in 15 minutes.

Bill: Perfect, see you there.

Bill: Nice, nice, Shayne. Nice shot. Nice shot. James, hey, what's going on?

James: I'm good, you?

Bill: It's a great party, great party. Grab yourself a soda.

Alan: Well, James, I'm glad you showed up. Listen, why don't you go get a stick over there and we Spaulding’s will show these hillbillies how this game is played, huh? (Laughter)

Billy: I know this is tough, and I wish I could disinvite that kid there, but... I know what he did to you, and if it's bothering you, I'll get rid of him, okay?

Bill: No. No, Dad, let him stay. Let him stay.

Billy: You sure.

Billy: Yeah. He's arrogant. He's driving Lizzie crazy, but out of respect for Lizzie, I'm trying to make nice. He's done a lot of stupid things, but, you know, he's a kid. Let him stay.

Billy: Whoa, hey, whoa.

(Cell phone rings)

Phillip: Hello?

Josh: Phillip. Hi, it's Josh Lewis. Listen, you might want to think about getting back to Farley's. James just punched Bill.

Phillip: Yeah, I'll be there as soon as I can.

Alan: Hey, could we have some ice here? You know something, Billy? I have no idea what Elizabeth sees in your son or why she wastes her time with him. I want you to know I came here today in protest.

Billy: I knew I should've listened to that little guy in my gut pinching this morning.

Alan: Oh, really? What did that little guy in your fat gut tell you, anyway?

Billy: Oh I don't know, let's ask him. You're about to have a whole lot of fun. Uh-oh.

Josh: Billy! (Laughter) (Music playing)

Phillip: Hey, what the hell happened?

James: You're right. I shouldn't have come.

Phillip: That's not an answer. What did you do?

James: You were right about everything. I'm a kid. I'm a loser. You know everything better than me. Spaulding’s rule, right? Did I miss anything, Dad? You know what? You win.

Josh: Billy, Billy, Billy, slow down.

Billy: Oh, man. Would somebody explain to him that once you your clock has been cleaned, it's time to take your cigar, put it you know where, and go on home.

Shayne: Billy, Billy, Billy. Time out. Time out.

Alan: No, no. Let him continue. He's so eloquent.

Josh: Oh, no.

Frank: Well, this is... this is choice.

Josh: Frank, Frank, this is not a big deal, okay?

Bill: No, not at all, Frank. In fact, everything's just great.

Frank: Well, actually it is a big deal because I got a phone call from somebody.

Phillip: It's all right, Frank. It's okay. We're leaving.

Alan: No, you're right, Frank. It is a big deal and I want to press charges.

Phillip: He's not going to press charges.

Alan: My eye...

Phillip: Your eye will be fine. Please, just go sit in the car. I'll be there in a minute.

Alan: I won't forget this, Billy.

Billy: (Making chicken noises)

Lizzie: I heard what happened.

Bill: Your brother punched me.

Lizzie: Are you okay?

Bill: Yeah, yeah, I'm fine. And after James punched me, my dad punched Alan.

Lizzie: Well, it must have been a great party.

Bill: Yeah, yeah, actually it was.

Alan: No, actually, it wasn’t. Elizabeth, why don't you come with me. It's not too late for you to escape these yammering yahoos.

Lizzie: Well, Granddad, I don't want to escape them. I'm marrying one of them.

Alan: Well, if you do, there's nothing more I can do. I'm not going to stand by and watch you do this. So I'm done.

Lizzie: What about my wedding?

Alan: I'm not coming to your wedding.

Lizzie: You're not going to come to my wedding.

Alan: I'm not going to watch you make the biggest mistake of your life.

Lizzie: You don't want to be with me on my wedding day?

Alan: I don't want there to be a wedding. And you know that.

Lizzie: I'm not going to change my plans because you're throwing a temper tantrum.

Alan: I'm not throwing a tantrum. And I'm not giving you my support.

(Cell phone rings)

Reva: Hello?

Jeffrey: Reva.

Reva: Oh, my God, Jeffrey.

Jeffrey: Reva, listen. I don't have much time.

Coming up, on "Guiding Light"...

Daisy: It's a check for $30,000.

Ashlee: Oh, my God who died.

Lawyer: I represent the late Edmund Winslow’s estate. He added your son to his will.

Jeffrey: I got on a small plane to follow Edmund’s trail. We're having some mechanical trouble. I just wanted to hear your voice one last time.

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