Welcome back, Liam (Scott Clifton) and Steffy (Jacqueline MacInnes Wood)! I feel like you’ve been gone forever. No, seriously, how short was that honeymoon?
I love how cute Liam and Steffy are, even when they are being ridiculously cheesy. Steffy suited him up to grill, then she headed out to visit her brother. READ MORE
Caroline Spencer (Linsey Godfrey) wanted to raise a lot of money for charity and decided to use the men of Forrester to do so. She had everyone from her top dog boyfriend Rick (Jacob Young) to photographer Oliver (Zack Conroy) shed their shirts and walk the Forrester catwalk. Check out more photos of The Bold and the Beautiful hunks shirtless after the jump!
From Magic Milo (Drew Cheetwood) and his pals stripping down for charity on General Hospital, to Salem’s hottest getting their pants stuffed with dollars on Days of Our Lives, shirtless hunks were everywhere on soaps in April.
Vargas (Sean Douglas) sizzled with Nicole (Arianne Zucker) on DAYS, while Rick (Jacob Young) and Co. worked out at Forrester on The Bold and the Beautiful.
Check out shirtless soap hunks from All My Children, The Bold and the Beautiful, Days of Our Lives, General Hospital and The Young and the Restless after the jump! READ MORE
Boo, hoo hoo! Thomas (Adam Gregory) was still pouting about Rick (Jacob Young) getting the top job at Forrester. Brooke (Katherine Kelly Lang) told Thomas and Taylor (Hunter Tylo) that going to work in Europe might be a good idea, because it worked for Rick.
Why is Thomas such an annoying, spoiled brat? That question shouldn’t be one of soap’s great mysteries, but it is.
The Bold and the Beautiful kicked off Tuesday’s episode with Steffy (Jacqueline MacInnes Wood) spotting Liam (Scott Clifton) and Hope (Kimberly Matula) in bed together. Crying, Steffy drove away as we watched even more flashbacks of her and Liam together. Liam eventually stopped making out with Hope, saying it wasn’t right. Hope tried to convince him they should be together.
I am absolutely convinced B&B writes one page, two max, of original dialogue and scenes per week for each storyline. It then stretches that one page out over five days, by recycling the same dialogue over and over and cramming flashbacks from the previous day, week, month or year in between like packing peanuts. I’m sure it must BE part of an eco friendly campaign to cut down on paper. Imagine all the trees B&B helped save in 2012 alone. READ MORE
Thomas (Adam Gregory) was full of plans for moving Forrester into the future. He called a meeting to outline his vision for the company. However, as a viewer, I just can’t take Thomas seriously as the interim head of Forrester Creations. I don’t know why.
Thomas told the room full of mostly young B&B characters that classic Forrester fashion had become a liability for the younger market. Donna (Jennifer Gareis) asked if the younger market was “really that important.” Thomas pointed out that if young people associated the Forrester brand with their grandparents, it’s a big problem.