Matt Mitovich sits down with Beth Chamberlin and Grant Aleksander and delves into the reasons and repercussions of Phillip's return to the Guiding Light canvas.|Guiding Light|Beth Chamberlin|Grant Aleksander|Matt Mitovich|
Amy Malone (Paget Brewster) is a middle-aged calculus teacher going through a divorce. Her soon to be ex-husband, Paul (Grant Aleksander), is a co-worker at Old Lyme High School and given the current situation one of them is going to have to quit -- and Paul has tenure.
Seeking solace, Amy signs up for a Beginner's Adult Swim class at her local gym. While overcoming her childhood fears of swimming, she befriends a beautiful, younger woman named Jordan Gallagher (Jess Weixler). Jordan is a kindred spirit, except she's fifteen years younger and fifteen pounds lighter -- but Jordan's life isn't perfect either. Along with being a blackjack and roulette dealer at the Mohegan Sun Casino, Jordan has a high paying job as a stripper.
Morley Safer of "60 Minutes" interviews the actors and writers behind broadcasting's longest running drama "Guiding Light." Anything could happen in the fictitious town of Springfield where heartbreak, infidelity, kidnapping and high drama were the stuff of riveting television. But all things must end and this ongoing saga of sin, sex and salvation finally signed-off after 20,000 episodes.
Ted Kennedy was elected U.S. Senator nine times by the people of Massachusetts. For nearly five decades, Kennedy worked tirelessly on advancing civil rights, healthcare, and bettering the lives of all Americans until his death from cancer in 2009. In a candid and revealing "60 Minutes" interview, Lesley Stahl speaks with Teddy Kennedy Jr. about his father's posthumous memoir "True Compass."
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