Full detailed profile on Remy Boudreau Played by Lawrence Saint-Victor on Guiding Light Daytime Soap Opera.
Birthday: June 14 1982
Christina finds Remy by the water. She asks him why he didn't tell her about losing his job. It hurts her that he wasn't open with her. He apologizes. She wants them to share everything and not put all of the pressure on himself. Remy explains that he's been offered his old job back. She's excited for him.
Outside of Company, Mallet gets a call telling him that Edmund was definitely murdered. There was some PVC, the kind used in construction, found in his head. Christina and Remy walk past him and go inside to tell Buzz his news. Mallet comes in. Remy tells him he wants back in at the SPD. Mallet welcomes him back. They hug. Mallet wonders where his wife is. Buzz tells her that she's at Cedars and a little nervous. Christina begins setting up a party for Remy and tells him that he's a hero to her.
Remy stops his jog to look at his little bag of diamonds. "I am sorry Prince Edmund but finders-keepers," he says. He goes to Company and finds Christina working on her daycare plans. He tells her that he may have found the answer to their money problems. She reminds him that money doesn't fall out of the sky but he says that miracles happen. Mallet calls and asks them to come down to the station.
Mallet sits at his desk in the station and begins rifling through the evidence. He finds a DVD that Edmund left behind. As he watches, Christina and Remy walk in. She recognizes his voice as one of those she heard in the park.
Mallet brings Remy and Christina to the gathering. He tells them to think of this as an audio lineup. They wander over and Marina explains that her husband is just there as a friend. Mallet has the message that Edmund left behind. He plays it for them. They watch as he talks about Lara and then about how he lived most of his life as a selfish man, empty and alone. He had been a prince, but he would have gladly given up a thousand titles like that to spend more time with his daughter. He begs future generations to hold onto the love in their hearts and value it above all other things and never give up on hope. When it's over, Josh wonders if Edmund would have been a better person if he had watched his child grow up. "Well, I hated the man," Reva declares. She rants about him and says that having him die has let them all know that, unlike him, they are loved. "He didn't die in vain, right? Cheers to that!" she declares, taking a swig. Christina turns to Mallet and tells him that it was Reva's voice she heard.
Clayton is in his office arguing with his credit card company. Remy comes in. His father admits that he hasn't told his wife anything yet. Remy promises to help him figure things out. As they walk down the hall, Clayton insists that he has to make things right and be honest with Felecia. He only hopes that she will be able to forgive him. Christina steps out of the elevator and he jumps on. She asks Remy what's going on. "He's the strongest person I know but I've never seen him like this," he says.
Remy is at Company. He sees Buzz drowsing and nervously asks him if he knows someone who wants to buy some diamonds. Of course, Buzz was married to a diamond thief and may have some contacts, but he doubts this is a good idea. Buzz thinks it over and digs up a number, warning Remy that these people will kill him if he messes them around. After Buzz walks off, Christina arrives and they set up their evening.
Remy spots a body in the stream. He runs down and drags it to the shore. After rolling him over, we see that it's Edmund. Remy attempts to revive him but there is no response. He calls for an ambulance. Mallet soon arrives. "It's Edmund Winslow," he surmises before asking Remy for details about finding the body. Remy is still shaking. The other cops arrive and begin investigating. Remy is eager to leave but Mallet needs him for a few more minutes. He asks Remy if he is looking for work and says a spot is open on the squad. Remy offers to think about it. He steps aside as the CSI people do their work. Still holding Edmund's jacket, he notices a small bag in the pocket. Opening it up, he finds that it's full of diamonds.
Back at the crime scene, Mallet notices that Remy is holding Edmund's trench coat. He gives it up for evidence and then explains that he and Christina heard voices while they were having their picnic. Mallet admits that this doesn't look like it was an accident and asks him to have Christina call him. After Mallet walks off, Remy takes another look at the diamonds before pocketing them.