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    Guiding Light CAST - Elizabeth "Beth" Raines Bauer - Daily Updates Archive

    Full detailed profile on Elizabeth "Beth" Raines Bauer Played by Beth Chamberlin on Guiding Light Daytime Soap Opera.

    Beth Chamberlin

    Birthday: 1963-10-01
    Birthplace: Danville, Vermont
    Marital Status: Married, Peter Roy July 1994
    Real Name: Beth Chamberlin


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    How Long?

    Thursday, June 25 2009

    A delivery guy drops off a package for Coop and Beth signs for it. She goes back inside and hands it to Buzz. Frank arrives. They wonder what could be in the package. Buzz wonders why this feels so important.

    Rick calls Beth and tells her that Michelle is going to be the hostess of the barbecue. He brings up the fact that they got married at one and how he didn't want her to feel obligated. She didn't. He calls Mel next to tell her that she doesn't have to be the hostess. That's fine with her. She reminds him that they've been divorced for years. "What a moron!" she says as she hangs up. Beth overhears. They begin laughing. "What were we thinking?" they shout in unison.

    Christina bumps into Lizzie and Bill in the park. They show her their wedding invites and tell her they're keeping it simple. They split up and make plans. When they get back together, she's not impressed that all he did was call Josh. Beth approaches and they show her some flowers.

    Phillip returns to town. He gets out of the car two miles from the house to walk. As he walks, he spots Lizzie with Bill and Beth. Lizzie spots her father and walks over to give him a hug. When she asks him to walk her down the aisle, he kisses her hand and tells her she'll always be his girl. The couple walks off and Beth talks about how they'll get to watch them grow old and be happy. "We have a lot to look forward to," she says.

    It's Terminal.

    Wednesday, June 24 2009

    Beth is at the mansion looking for her son. Alex is drinking and laughing. She tells her that Alan just left to buy James out of his situation. Beth sits down to join her in a drink, complaining about how well her son was doing before Phillip came back, while things seem better than ever for Lizzie. She can only hope that this doesn't lead to the same pattern that Alan has had with his son.

    Beth tracks down Alan and James in Company. She confronts Alan and James wanders off. Beth accuses Alan of trying to anger Phillip and keep control of the family. James watches from the bar and tries to sneak a beer. Buzz catches him and hands him a root beer. James is tired of all the rules. Buzz warns him that it only gets worse. Beth and Alan continue to argue. She's afraid her son will never learn there are consequences to his actions. He thinks she's having a hard time with the fact that Phillip hasn't made her the center of his world since he got back. When he mocks her relationship with Coop, she threatens him and storms off. Alan walks over to the bar to collect his grandson.

    Lillian finds her daughter sitting on the bench. Beth tells her that Lizzie is finally happy because she found a way to separate herself from the family. Now James is stuck in the middle and she doesn't know what to do. Lillian tells her daughter that she can learn to be independent too. She guesses that her daughter is upset about more than James though. Beth admits that there is still something between her and Phillip. Lillian already knew that. "I'm not very lucky in love," Beth sobs. Her mother tells her that they have plenty of time to let things happen.

    This Is Out Of The Question.

    Tuesday, June 23 2009

    Lillian and Beth are at Cedars wondering whether Lizzie has made any plans for her wedding yet. Beth has no idea what's going on. Lillian thinks she should take some time off to help plan things.

    Lillian and Beth go to the minimart and pick up bridal magazines when Alex and Vanessa walk in. They begin discussing plans and decide that Lizzie and Bill need them. They barge into Bill and Lizzie's room, sit in the bed with them and begin dividing up the work load. Lillian and Alex start feeding them cake samples and then pulling out wedding gowns. "I have no pants on!" Bill objects when the tailor asks him to step up and be measured. He wraps himself in a sheet and escapes. The women try plotting as Lizzie stands there haplessly.

    My Time To Sit In The Big Chair.

    Monday, June 15 2009

    James tells him mom to chill as she paces outside of his cell. She wonders where the rest of his family is. He reminds her that they've all been to prison so this is no big deal for them. Alex and Alan come in. When they go upstairs, Phillip arrives, eager to see his son. James is brought in and Alan warns him that people will always try to take them down. They walk into the courtroom and the judge announces that most of the charges are no longer valid because the money has been returned. The judge questions James, who tells him that he would choose a better path in the future. He's found guilty of fraud and sentenced to a year of community service. James is relieved and Alex runs off to call the cook to prepare his dinner. As the family files out, Phillip tells the judge that his son will live up to his expectations. Beth overhears this. "I couldn't let our son go to jail," he admits to her. She begs him to tell James what he did for him.

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