Guiding Light (1952–2009)
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Episode dated 12 April 2000 

Cassie finds Richard in her house and is relieved it isn't a member of the mob. Theresa overhears Drew reveal Danny and Michelle's hiding place in San Cristobel and departs to find them. ... See full summary »

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Jim Lemay
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Phillip Spaulding
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Jesse Blue
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Beth Raines Lemay
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Richard Winslow
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Dr. Noah Chase
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Dr. Charles Grant
Maureen Garrett ...
Holly Norris
David Andrew Macdonald ...
Edmund Winslow
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Dr. Rutledge
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Vicky Spaulding
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Meta Bauer
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David Grant
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Reva Shayne
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Cassie finds Richard in her house and is relieved it isn't a member of the mob. Theresa overhears Drew reveal Danny and Michelle's hiding place in San Cristobel and departs to find them. Richard wants to pack Cassie's things to bring to San Cristobel, but Cassie wants to leave all of her past remembrances or Hart behind in Springfield. Jim finds Susan at the beach. He reassures his daughter that his new baby will not be a problem for their family and his wife, Connie, would have wanted he and Susan to be happy had she lived. Noah learns that Phillip has been investigating his financial state and questions Phillip about it. Phillip continues to try and convince Noah to become Lizzie's doctor. At first Noah refuses, but have Edmund persuades Noah to revisit Lizzie's case, he agrees to be her physician. Beth thanks Edmund for getting Noah to see Lizzie a second time. Edmund's closeness to Beth and Lizzie leaves Phillip angry. Written by GL Fan

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