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    Guiding Light CAST - Remy Boudreau - Daily Updates Archive

    Full detailed profile on Remy Boudreau Played by Lawrence Saint-Victor on Guiding Light Daytime Soap Opera.

    Birthday: June 14 1982
    Real Name: Lawrence Saint-Victor


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    Making Things Real

    Tuesday, September 26 2006

    The episode ends with a lengthy montage of a lonely Tammy lying in bed with her phone and caressing the locket Jonathan gave her; of Remy fantasizing about Tammy; of Lizzie fantasizing about Jonathan and Reva and Billy kissing before they lay down on the bed.

    Old Times, New Times

    Monday, September 25 2006

    Lizzie and Jonathan are busy packing up all of their belongings. They are moving into a penthouse so that they can have some distance from Tammy (to keep the illusion alive and stifle temptation). He continues to check his phone messages for any sign from Tammy while Lizzie reminds him that, in their new place, she won't constantly be in his way. While Jonathan grudgingly tosses his clothes in a bag, a few floors below Tammy tries to comfort herself by saying that the move is a good thing and that it's 'not forever.' When she walks out to the balcony, she discovers a golden heart-shaped locket hanging down for her and her face lights up. She rushes downstairs to find Jonathan carrying moving boxes into the hallway. He asks her if she got the locket and she shows it hanging around her neck. She then produces a present for him: A gold watch which he can use to count the seconds until the baby is born. They embrace, but Lizzie quickly pries them apart and Tammy lonely walks away. Later, once Tammy has returned to her room, she eagerly jumps at a knock at the door only to find Remy behind it. Joy evacuates from her features. He says that he's not surprised by the reaction: He knows who she was expecting, but he offers to help her with her homework anyway. After a languid afternoon, he invites her to have dinner with his family and she, to his surprise, accepts.

    Gambling On the Future

    Monday, September 18 2006

    Olivia and Buzz are at Emma's bedside in the hospital and she begins to wonder how much more she can take, but Buzz puts his arms around her and tells her she needs to relax and get some rest. She decides she'll go out to get something to eat while he looks after Emma. When she leaves, she walks in on Ava talking to Remy, telling him that she feels bad about working for Alan-Michael while Emma is in the hospital. Olivia sends Ava a deadly glare upon entering and Ava does her best to be friendly, asking how the new doctor is working out. This is the first time Olivia has heard that Ava helped to set up Emma with the new doctor and disgust rapidly fills her face. She gets out her phone to have the doctor removed from the case and Ava tells her she shouldn't; she and Alan-Michael were only trying to help get the best treatment for Emma. Olivia will have none of this and says that Ava is just grandstanding and trying to ingratiate herself with the Coopers. When Ava asks her why she is behaving this way, Olivia snaps and punches her in the mouth. A quivering Ava pulls back and tells her to take another punch so she can get it out of her system and they can finally talk like adults. Olivia runs out to the balcony and Ava follows momentarily, questioning her on why she hates her so much. Olivia says that it's because Ava is a phoney who manipulates everyone, and while she continues to rant, she gets flashbacks about her mother which make her rage more intense. Finally, she breaks and grabs Ava, trying to push her over the edge. Coop appears just in the nick of time to pull her off of Ava. Olivia begins to rant paranoically again before running off in tears. In an attempt to comfort Ava, Coop tells her that he'll never let anything like this happen again. He tells her that the only way they are going to be able to deal with Olivia is to find out everything they can about her; to see what she's hiding and understand what she's going to do. When Olivia returns to Buzz and Emma, the doctor tells them that there is nothing more that he can do; Emma will have to come out of it on her own. While flashbacks continue to flood over Olivia, she cries out 'I can't lose another baby again, never, not again!'

    Dr. Baker breaks into Tammy's room expecting to find her with Jonathan, but is shocked to find Lizzie with Jonathan instead. He begins to question an angered Jonathan and search the room. All the while, Tammy is hiding in the closet. When the doctor moves toward the closet, Jonathan runs at him with a flower pot but Lizzie gets him to drop it with a sharp look and tells the doctor that they are just in Tammy's room for sex because they're newlyweds and that's what they do; they just have sex everywhere they can. After they ask the doctor if he wants a performance, they chase him out of the room and have a relieved laugh. Tammy comes out of the closet and tells Lizzie that she's a good liar and, while Jonathan wonders how the doctor could have known he was with Tammy, Lizzie begins to have some dramatic cramps from crawling down the fire escape to warn them. A panicked Jonathan demands that she go to the hospital. They tell Tammy she has to stay in the room because it is too risky for the three of them to be seen together. A clearly disappointed Tammy watches them leave and Dr. Baker reappear outside her door. Thinking fast, Tammy calls Remy for help. He appears within a few minutes, in uniform, and begins to question the doctor before chasing him out of the hall for loitering. When we find Lizzie and Jonathan at the hospital, she has been checked out and is fine. She is impressed that he is so concerned and tries to cosy up to him when a woman who says that she is a social worker stops them in the hall to question them on what happened. Jonathan says that they were just over-concerned, but when the social worker asks more specific question, he realizes that she is working for Dr. Baker and Alan and tells her that he will destroy her life if he ever sees her again. Just then, Remy and Tammy appear and a distraught Jonathan takes Tammy aside. He tells her that he hates putting her in this situation which is getting more complicated everyday. To her dismay, he goes on to tell her that they have to 'cool it for awhile' because this 'is not a game' and the pressure is becoming too much. The only way that things will work out is for the marriage with Lizzie to look as real as possible. A worried Tammy agrees to this, reminding him that 'after this, it will just be you and me again.' Jonathan and Lizzie, excited that her plan to split up Tammy and him seems to be working, leave together.

    Alan-Michael Has a Surprise for Ava

    Tuesday, September 12 2006

    Tammy is out for dinner with Remy when one of her girlfriends spot her and asks her how she's taking Jonathan's marriage. Tammy tells her that this was an arrangement made with everyone's best interests in mind; a suggestion which elicits laughter from her friend who blurts out that 'marrying Jonathan is exactly what Lizzie has wanted all along.' Just then, Jonathan and Lizzie enter the restaurant with him still wondering where his phone is. When Lizzie sees Tammy, she tries to steer Jonathan out but to no avail; he spots her and drags Lizzie over to the table while he wonders why Remy is there. As Jonathan and Lizzie settle in, he begins whispering to Tammy to run off with him, but she tells him he'll have to settle on dancing for the moment. Just then, Dr. Baker (the psychiatrist hired by Alan to watch Lizzie) approaches the group and begins to grill them on their honeymoon. He invites himself to sit down and says that they'll be seeing a lot of him in the near-future. With this, Remy and Tammy get up to dance and Lizzie and Jonathan follow just to get away from the Dr.. Once the couples have stopped dancing, seeing that the Dr. still hasn't left, Tammy and Remy depart while the Dr. offers to buy Lizzie and Jonathan champagne. Jonathan sits down and orders a $2000 bottle after the Dr. assures them that he will be following them home. While he tries to talk to them, Jonathan and Lizzie play up with saccharine banter and, making kissy-faces, run off leaving the Dr. with the bill.

    When Remy takes Tammy back to her room he says he has to tell her something. She saves him the trouble and says that he knows he thinks she is making a mistake and can do better, but he's wrong; this is what she wants. At the same moment, Jonathan and Lizzie arrive in their room while she enthusiastically recounts how well he dealt with Dr. Baker. All Jonathan can think of however, is Tammy, and when he spots his phone on the table, he wonders how different the night could have been. Lizzie is relieved for a moment because she thinks that he won't go after Tammy at this point, but he surprises her by telling her that the Dr. will be held up for awhile because he stole the Dr.'s wallet and it's hard to settle a $2000 bill with no money. But, when she returns from the bathroom to find Jonathan already gone, she is not at all impressed. By then, Jonathan and Tammy are already together in bed.

    Jonathan and Lizzie's Honeymoon

    Monday, September 11 2006

    During this time, Tammy has been in the room where she was set to meet Jonathan. She excitedly answers a knock at the door only to discover it is Remy. He says that he has the whole plan between her and Jonathan and Lizzie sorted out and that, for the plan to look convincing, she has to make it appear like she's moved on. He suggests that she should go out with him. Tammy is a bit shocked by this proposal and, though she wonders what his real motivations might be, agrees to go along with it 'for appearances.' As they leave, we see Jonathan trying to call her but getting no response.

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