Who should win Honey Bear’s heart?


Horny old goat Eric Forrester (John McCook) just can’t decide who to be with.  Not content with having his young wife Donna (Jennifer Gareis) fawning over him, now he has Stephanie (the excellent Susan Flannery) vying for his attention as well.  Both women have moved into the Forrester mansion with the hope of winning him over.

Now, as fun and campy as it may be to see barely-clothed Donna sidling up to "Eric" in bed (only to discover it’s Stephanie!), is it really what viewers want to see Stephanie reduced to?  This is a one-woman tsunami we’re talking about, The Bold and the Beautiful‘s original ball-breaker, not some wimp who has to put up with competition from a two-dollar hooker like Donna Logan.  

Who would you like to see end up with Eric?   

Who should win Honey Bear's heart?

  • Other (leave a comment if you have a better idea). (3%, 6 Votes)
  • Stephanie should crack Donna and Eric's heads together and get over the silly old goat. (29%, 66 Votes)
  • Neither - he doesn't deserve either after pulling this crap. (17%, 38 Votes)
  • Donna. (23%, 52 Votes)
  • Stephanie. (28%, 68 Votes)

Total Voters: 230

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20 Responses

  1. Avatar of season1217
    season1217

    “Who should win Honey Bear’s heart?”

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    The bear, after he rips it out of Eric’s chest!

    I can’t believe they got my girl Stephanie in this farce of a s/l!

  2. Avatar of jpp1975
    jpp1975

    After dumping Eric, Stephanie should grab Felicia and Thorne and do a hostile takeover of Jackie M. Nick, Katie, and Ridge should accidentally lock themselves in the Marlin’s brig, thereby sparing us viewers from overexposure.

  3. Avatar of Darren Lomas
    Darren Lomas

    I know, right?!  Donna is such a one-dimensional caricature, she just needs to go now.  I’m sick of watching her being inserted into storylines and then watching them fall flat.  We have characters that viewers are engaged with, FFS use them! The Katie-krap and Donna-drek has got to end. Please, Jesus.

  4. Avatar of siomonstuart2003
    siomonstuart2003

    IA, Daisy, this show is getting better somewhat, but then this crap of these women on the show desperate for Ridge and Eric that they are meaningless without them is stupid. Brad is a masochistic pig and needs to come in the 21st century and make the women on the show strong, independent, intelligent minds that they are instead of the weak, dependent, whiny, desperate fools that they are. Stephanie is not some old bitty that will put up with Eric’s crap and fight him from a two bit ho. It is ridiculous and makes me want to puke. I say let Eric be a old Hugh Hefner type and be single and Stephanie be the controlling bitch that she is. Donna can drown in the ocean for all I care. And take Nick, Katie, Beth, and Stephen with him.

    siomonstuart2003

  5. Avatar of Oakdale-fan
    Oakdale-fan

    Oh God!!
    Wasn’t it bad enough the first time, when they had Taylor and Brooke “audition” for the place as Ridge’s wife? Now they’re dragging Stephanie into a similar story?
    This is so not the Stephanie I want to see!! And Donna is just a poor man’s version of Brooke, without the lovability that KKL has managed to infuse Brooke with over the years.
    This show is becoming less of a soap and more of a daydream for male chauvinists every year. Why (supposedly) strong, intelligent women like Stephanie, Brooke and Taylor go to these lengths to hold on to these pathetic male specimen known as Eric and Ridge is something I will never understand!

  6. Avatar of siomonstuart2003
    siomonstuart2003

    IA, Oakdale-fan, this show is getting to the point of being atricious with its dumb s/ls and pathetic characters. I turn out of B&B because the show is being sos desperate to the point that it is sad to watch anymore.

    siomonstuart2003

  7. Avatar of daisyclover1938
    daisyclover1938

    And you know what else I’m not crazy about? The fact that Steph and Taylor are encouraging each other to pathetically chase after these losers. They’ve become each other’s “enabler” basically.

  8. Avatar of Jamey Giddens
    Jamey Giddens

    Can anyone blame Eric for wanting someone else than Stephanie, that emasculating wench, who tricked him to marriage with another man’s child and cost him the love of his life, Beth Logan? That’s why he marries her daughters. It’s a way to relive his past with Beth.

  9. Avatar of siomonstuart2003
    siomonstuart2003

    Jamey, I don’t blame Eric for leaving Stephanie, but I hate Donna with a passion and couldn’t care less about her. I don’t want Stephanie and Eric back together because they both did wrong and need to leave well enough along and move on. I don’t think fans want to watch an old geezer making two women fight over him.

    siomonstuart2003

  10. Avatar of daisyclover1938
    daisyclover1938

    I can’t blame Eric for not wanting to be with Steph, *but* I adore Steph and I’m always on her side, lol. Yes, she can be an overbearing control-freak bully who shows waaaay too much interest in Ridge’s sex life, but God help me, I love her!! She’s tough, smart, funny and Susan Flannery is a Soap Goddess, imo :)

  11. Avatar of siomonstuart2003
    siomonstuart2003

    Daisy, I love Stephanie, too, but this desperation act is so depression to watch because Stephanie would not stoop so low like Brooke to win Eric back, she would tell Eric,”Get the hell out of my life”, before sharing a house with the “slut of the universe”. This Donna version is not gelling with me and I want her gone, like yesterday’s trash. The actress is not doing anything to make me feel sorry or remorse for Donna.

    siomonstuart2003

  12. Avatar of Mike Jubinville
    Mike Jubinville

    I watched Eric explain to Ridge why it’s ok for him to juggle two women because he has more important things to worry about and it occurred to me the fruit didn’t fall too far from the tree. Ridge has been juggling Brooke and Taylor for years. It’s funny that Ridge is calling him out on it when he has been doing the same thing!

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