What's eating Alexandria "Aly" Forrester (Ashlyn Pearce)? The formerly-frumpy fashion heiress goes hard against Wyatt (Darin Brooks) today on The Bold and the Beautiful. Can someone tell me how an intern has the power to fire a business partner?
Meanwhile, Dr. Taylor Hayes (Hunter Tylo) is giving Eric (John McCook) warnings about his granddaughter's mental state. Isn't it nice of Tay-Tay to care so much for Aly, after she mowed the girl's mama down on Pacific Coast Highway? Watch a sneak peek of Friday's B&B after the jump! READ MORE
Rick (Jacob Young) successfully defended his position atop Forrester Creations against Thorne (Winsor Harmon) and Thomas (Adam Gregory), but is he a match for Ridge (Thorsten Kaye)? On today's episode of The Bold and the Beautiful, Eric Forrester's (John McCook) namesake puts his stepbrother/occasional stepfather on notice — Rick and his wife Caroline (Linsey Godfrey) are running things now!
Over on one of Hawaii's tropical isle's, Wyatt (Darin Brooks) is urging Hope (Kim Matula) to kick Liam (Scott Clifton) in his coconuts. Back home in SoCal, Quinn (Rena Sofer) is letting Eric know just how determined she is to protect her interests; while Brooke (Katherine Kelly Lang) is telling Bill (Don Diamont) to stop being a Bug-a-Boo. Watch a sneak peek of Thursday's B&B after the jump!
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Eric Forrester's (John McCook) biological firstborn son is tired of breathing asbestos down in the Forrester Creations basement! Today on CBS Daytime's The Bold and the Beautiful, Thorne (Winsor Harmon) and Thomas (Adam Gregory) continue to plot against Rick (Jacob Young). Will a reflective Caroline (Linsey Godfrey) be the key to Rick retaining his power base?
Across town, Brooke (Katherine Kelly Lang) is being happily pierced by her Stallion's (Don Diamont) sword. Watch a sneak peek of Wednesday's episode of B&B after the jump!
EXCLUSIVE: Winsor Harmon Talks 'Cathedral Canyon' and Teases More Action For Bold and Beautiful's ThorneBy Jamey Giddens on June 20, 2013
Winsor Harmon may not be getting as much airtime as he once did on CBS Daytime's The Bold and the Beautiful, but the ever popular actor hasn't been lounging about during his free time. He's been working on a passion project with a very powerful subject matter — the exploitation of children by polygamist cults.
I recently caught up with Harmon, whose film Cathedral Canyon, recently debuted at the esteemed Jerome Indie Film & Music Festival. The actor, who co-produced and co-directed the film about a real estate developer who stumbles upon an illicit religious group, went into detail about why being a father made him want to tackle a project like this.
Harmon also shared what it was like having his soap opera dad, John McCook star in his film. Was it fun for international TV's Thorne Forrester to play boss man to his "Pop" for a change? Speaking of those woman-sharing fashionistos, Harmon sounds off on why Eric Forrester and his sons love to share women and offers up scoop on more storyline for Thorne.
Daytime Confidential: Congratulations on your film Cathedral Canyon being selected for the Jerome Indie Film & Music Festival! What made you want to tackle such powerful subject matter as underage brides being exploited by polygamist cults?
Winsor Harmon: Thank you. First, it's based on true events and it's political! What actor doesn't wanna tackle that topic? You know, love is one of the great things two people can share and every person should have that opportunity on their terms. These kids don't have a choice! These cults are robbing them of their childhood, and they run the young boys off from their families so that there's no competition for the elders of their so-called church. We're talking about rape, pure and simple, and it is happening right under our noses and no one is doing a damn thing about it! I'm a father of three amazing kids; I couldn't fathom some church taking them away from me! These offenders are hiding behind the cloth.