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    Guiding Light CAST - Joshua Lewis - Daily Updates Archive

    Full detailed profile on Joshua Lewis Played by Robert Newman on Guiding Light Daytime Soap Opera.

    Robert Newman

    Birthday: 1958-06-27
    Birthplace: Los Angeles, California, USA
    Marital Status: Married Britt Helfer September 27, 1986
    Real Name: Robert Newman


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    Sarah Comes to Springfield

    Friday, December 08 2006

    Reva holds the baby and Jonathan asks if she's 'normal.' "Normal is boring,' says Reva. 'She's extraordinary.' For once, she'll be able to be with a child from the very beginning and all the way through her life. Josh welcomes Jonathan to parenthood before Alan interrupts to tell him that he can't keep the baby from it's mother's family. In response, Jonathan has Remy present Alan with a restraining order. 'I'm done being nice,' he announces before Alan grabs him by the throat. Remy pulls him off before Alan vows that Jonathan will be 'very sorry.' Lizzie says that they should go; they're trying to restrict the drama in the baby's life. She asks Josh, Cassie and Reva to come home with her, but Cassie says that she's going to stay with Tammy. Beth wants some time with Lizzie alone and, though she's reluctant, Jonathan says that it's fine: He'll take the baby home. Lizzie thanks him for everything and kisses him. 'Sarah's really brought everyone together.' Tammy sinks into the background watching them.

    Josh, Jonathan and Reva bring the baby to Cross Creek. Reva says that this is a good place to raise kids and starts to talk about how good Josh was with the children. Jonathan teases her and she teases him about Tammy. 'It sucks to miss someone when they're in the same room,' he admits. But Lizzie and Sarah are his life now. Later, while Jonathan and Josh watch Reva holding the baby, Josh thanks him for all the help he gave to Reva. 'No one's ever needed me before,' Jonathan says. 'That's called 'family',' Josh tells him.


    Wednesday, December 06 2006

    Billy is trying to convince Sheila to come away with him again, but she has to go to work. He's sad, so she showers him with compliments and tells him that he's always selling himself short; he needs to find a mountain to climb. While he mulls this over, Josh is having a planning meeting. He's drowning in work and, as his partners rush off to work, he wishes that he had a clone to help him. Billy appears and tells him that he's in luck. He wants to come back to his old job, but Josh is weary at this prospect. He's still worried about Billy's drinking. Cassie tells him that it's a great idea and Josh sends her back to work. Billy let's Josh know that this is not his call anyway; HB left a provision in his will that there would always be a place for him at Lewis. The two brothers begin arguing about this and Josh promises to fight him all the way, even if they have to go see HB's lawyer in Tulsa to sort it out. This is exactly what they're going to do.

    At the airport, they're waiting impatiently for the pilot to get the plane ready. Billy begins accusing Josh of not even calling the pilot when the pilot limps in drunk and freshly wed. Josh and Billy load him onto a luggage cart and push him out to a cab before opting to take a commercial flight. At the counter, Billy buys the final two seats available to Tulsa. He says that he's taking them for himself. Josh catches him doing this and realizes that Billy is trying to beat him down there. He'll be taking one of those seats.

    Once they get on the cramped plane, Josh almost throws a tantrum while Billy continually elbows him and spills his drink down his pants. Within moments, the plane is diverted to Kansas. They get into the airport there and start bickering about what to do next. Billy believes that Josh is just trying to keep him out of the company because of his relationship with Reva. He's always loved Reva; has Josh always loved Cassie? Josh insists that he does love Cassie, but Billy says that he just can't keep his pants zipped. They decide to part company. Josh tries to rent a car while Billy gets on a bus. Before Josh can leave, Billy returns, soaking wet; the bus windows were broken by hale and he came back. Billy asks for a ride and they begin struggling with the keys until they fly out of their hands and into the cleavage of a woman standing nearby. Billy tells Josh that he can go and fetch them. The lady is less than pleased.

    In the car, Josh is already annoyed that Billy is making a mess with his food and soon begins rambling on about how Billy was always HB's favorite and he was always getting into trouble. Sick of listening to this, Billy starts fumbling with the radio and they shout at each other over the country stations. They start playing with the GPS system. It tells them that they missed their turn off and they realize that don't know where they are. Soon, the car swerves to the side of the road and they get out to shout some more. Billy wanders over to a young female hitchhiker by the side of the road. She's ecstatic to see them and Billy says that, even though it's illegal to pick up hitchhikers, he'd gladly pay the fine.

    As they jump back into the car, Billy begins regaling the girl with stories of Reva and their childhood. She says that she wishes she'd had a brother. They're so nice that it's a shame that she has to rob them! She puts a gun to Billy's face and soon the brothers are left stranded beside the road with no shoes, wallets or belts. Billy just wants to wait by the side of the road but Josh won't leave him there alone. Billy's pants fall down as they start moving and he has to hold them up. Down the road, they come upon a group of migrant workers waiting. They decide they might as well wait with them. They return to their argument. Billy is sick of Josh playing the martyr all the time. Josh won't hear this though; Billy should have told him that Reva was sick. They turn around to see that the workers are gone but a bright light appears: It's the police.

    Josh and Billy are dragged into a tiny courtroom in handcuffs. They try to explain themselves but the judge won't let them speak. It's illegal to wait on the street for work in this area. Josh insists that's not they were doing; they were carjacked. The judge finds it hard to believe and orders them to sit down and wait. Two backwoods brothers are brought in. One tried to cut the other's foot off over the other's wife. They begin ranting at each other until the judge stops them and says that, if they go on like this, they'll kill each other. He sends them into the cells and tells Josh and Billy that they'll be cuffed to the benches for the night and he'll see them in the morning.

    During a sleepless night, Josh thanks Billy for looking after Reva while she was sick. He asks him what it was like to look after her. Billy confesses that it was hard; they had hope but kept losing it. He didn't know if he'd be strong enough to support her. The whole time he was wishing that he had someone to support him, someone like 'my brother.' Josh is glad that one of them was there to help her though it. Billy goes into all of the details of his time with Reva until they fall asleep.

    They wake in the morning to find the judge standing above them with the girl who carjacked them. They are given back their IDs, shoes and belts while the girl tells the judge that they were 'super nice.' After she's taken away, the judge tells Josh that he should have told him that he was the man behind the veteran's hospital (he's a veteran himself). They're now free to go. There's a police escort waiting to take them to the airport. Billy says that that isn't necessary; he doesn't want to force his way back into the company. Josh won't go to Tulsa either. He doesn't want things sorted out between them by a lawyer; he just wants to get back to work with his brother.

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