Today’s Episode of Guiding Light

For those who missed a portion of today’s episode of GUIDING LIGHT because of Governor Sanford’s press conference, here is a summary of today’s episode:

Rick informs the waiting family that the procedure went well and now they just have to monitor how Phillip’s body responds and how well Alan recovers. James worries that Alan’s body won’t be able to handle the surgery. Phillip and Alan slowly come back to awareness. Lizzie thinks that today is a
beginning for their family.

Josh and Reva play with Colin, Henry and Sarah. Reva jokes about what Henry is going to call Josh. Reva introduces Sarah to Daisy.

Rick explains to the family that the patients are past immediate danger and says they can visit Alan and Phillip. Lizzie rushes in and hugs Phillip, and then fills him in on how everyone is doing. Jonathan asks Reva to come with him and Sarah to see Lizzie. Lillian thanks Ed for saving Phillip and Alan. Phillip admits to Beth that he was afraid he’d never get to look in her eyes again. Rick congratulates Ed on the successful surgery. Rick thanks Ed for saving his best friend. Phillip is wheeled into Alan’s room. Phillip thanks his father.

Rafe admits to Ashlee that his mom likes Olivia. Ashlee explains to Daisy that her mom is gay and is only mad that Doris didn’t let her know sooner. Daisy convinces Ashlee to explain that to her mom. Doris apologizes for not informing Ashlee sooner. Ashlee hopes this could be a new start for them. Natalia explains to Frank and Blake that Olivia and Emma are moving back to the farmhouse with her.

And just a reminder: because of CBS Sports coverage of the U.S. Open Tennis, none of the CBS soaps will air on Friday. The shows will pick up just where they left off on Monday.

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