Guiding Light (1952–2009)
this movie takes place in the Springfield hospital and features GL actors in their roles from the series
Mentioned by Herman
Kojak mentions soap opera by name
Dan confesses to being a "Guiding Light" man.
Will: "I've got to follow my guiding light"
When Will asks Rosario where Jack works, she replies "He's on The Guiding Light!"
this talks about the characters past history
Kitty becomes upset when she can't get the remote to turn over to The Guiding Light.
Mentioned by characters
Martin mentions his stint on Guiding Light
mentioned in dialogue
Hal, acknowledging the progress the dim-witted bodybuilders have made: "Who's taping 'Guiding Light' and watching it with dinner? I know who..."
Excerpts are shown of Bob Borden's acting on the show, as a guard.
"Anyone ever tell you you look like Damon on Guiding Light?"
Included in a $4,000 question
Ray says Sam's presence has made life more like it
Briefly mentioned in a history overview
Subject of an $8,000 question
Cancelation of this soap opera mentioned on Weekend Update
Subject of a $1,600 clue in the category "2009 TV Farewells"
mentioned in dialogue
Mentioned by Laura Wright in her speech.
Cynthia Watros reminds her agent she won an Emmy for "Guiding Light."
Subject of Documentary
Leslie Miller mentions that Jerry Verdorn was on "Guiding Light"
a message from Agnes Nixon mentions that she had once been head writer for the show
The customer mentions he used to watch "Guiding Light" when he was in prison.
Referenced by Tony Kornheiser
Mentioned in dialogue
Clips shown of nominnes.
Clips from series shown as nominees announced.
On TV in Warrn's bedroom
this profiles the wedding of its two main characters
Shots from an old black and white episode of this show are used to give a background to soaps in General.
Clips were shown
Nominee clips, and clips shown during tribute.
Missus Walters (and the audience) watches the program's opening titles on TV.
Jay shows a clip of Kevin Bacon on the show, trying to get Morgan into a club
Spoofed by Seth, Amy, and Megan Fox in a segment after a news story about the cancellation of "The Guiding Light"