Can The Bold and the Beautiful’s Pam (Alley Mills) get crazier than she already is? Apparently she can. According to TV Guide Magazine, Stephen Logan (Patrick Duffy) is going to “woo and deflower” the virginal Pam in a scheme to get back at Stephanie (Susan Flannery) and it will leave Pam more screwed up than before her garden is plowed.
Where is this headed? Won’t this leave Pam even more screwed up than she already is?
I’m afraid so. She grew up seeing her father be so abusive to Stephanie, so the idea that men are bad was formed in her mind at a very early age. This could send her back to that really dark place. I can’t go into what happens, but it gets pretty gnarly. When she finds out she’s been tricked —that Stephen doesn’t really care for her—she’s going to be so hurt. But, hey, until then, she’s caught herself a hunk—on her first go-round!—and she’s having fun. She’s having sex with the Man from Atlantis and Bobby Ewing all rolled into one!
The Bold and the Beautiful’s teen set took center stage at the beginning of last week. Sweet-yet-drippy Hope battled with supposed “vixen” Steffy for the affections of Oliver. Oh, how we yawned. Is Steffy starting to have real feelings for the DJ-turned-filmmaker? Or is she just out to make Hope’s life hell? It’s a mystery. As is the reason a school dance was held at Forrester Creations in the first place. Another mystery: why does that fool Marcus keep cheerleading for Steffy? She already admitted to hating the Logans, and would gladly have his mother thrown out of FC on her derriere. Yet still he stands around, all "aw, shucks, Steffy, you’re awesome." We learned that he has a girlfriend, so at least Mr Smiles is getting some. READ MORE
If you're in the Los Angeles area and are a fan of The Bold and the Beautiful's Alley Mills (Pam Douglas), then you're in luck. The talented actress will star in Noel Coward's A Song at Twilight, according to the folks at Theatermania.com. The play is scheduled to run from January 16 to March 7. Mills will star alongside her husband Orson Bean.
The play takes a sadly poignant and insightful look behind the curtain at sexual preferences, fame, wealth, titles, and privilege. The play takes a sadly poignant and insightful look behind the curtain at sexual preferences, fame, wealth, titles, and privilege.
Check out The Odyssey Theatre for more information.
Was this Sarah Brown's face when she caught up with old B&B episodes and realized she'd signed a two-year contract? In case you too need a catch up, here's what's been going down in LA.
Desperate to get her freak on, now that the oh-so-irresistible Ridge is married, Taylor turned to internet dating. With a little encouragement from her daughter, Taylor hooked up with a “90 percent match” at LA’s only coffee joint, Insomnia. Alas, it was none other than Carl Ferret, the lab technician who discovered Brooke’s eggs had mistakenly been implanted in Taylor. Oh dear. She walked out on the Ferret and went home to lick her wounds, aided by Thomas and Steffy, her supportive/annoying kids. READ MORE
The hardest working actress in the game, Betty White, is set to reprise the role of Ann Douglas, Stephanie (Susan Flannery) and Pam's (Alley Mills) young-eating, mother-from-