HomeTVThe Bold and the BeautifulLast Week’s B&B: Death Becomes Her Darren Lomas December 8, 2008 9 Comments Phoebe (MacKenzie Mauzy) was back in town on The Bold and the Beautiful, and the virginal princess had an axe to grind. It seems that daddy’s little girl had the early onset of dementia too, like Beth. She’d completely forgotten that she was the one who broke up with Rick (Kyle Lowder) and even gave him and Taylor (Hunter Tylo) her blessing. Last we heard, she’d gone on a world tour with that greasy-haired Muppet Constantine, so all her vitriol came a bit out of left field. Thorne “Plot Device” Forrester invited his family to come and see the fallout of his idiotic look-alike scheme. Look, mom and dad are gonna hook up! He’s a single father in his forties, why oh why does he spend his time trying to keep his horny old daddy and ball-busting mommy together? Seriously, Stephanie never gave two hoots about him – she was always too busy meddling in precious Ridge’s life. I’ll be happy when it all blows up in Thorne’s dumb face, although the thought of the inevitable Eric-Donna reconciliation makes me hurl. An old fool on Viagra and a two-dimensional blonde floozy purring do not make great soap romance. Donna in campy, supporting character mode is fun, but this dross is too much for me to stomach. The Logan sisters bonded this week, and damn, I almost liked it. If Donna wasn’t such a shallow bimbo and if Katie hadn’t been written so haphazardly, then I would’ve really liked it. Katie was introduced as the stand-up, moral Logan, but was soon getting near-death pity-boinks from her niece’s fiancé, being a tomboy and worst of all enduring the ongoing perils of Katiekins. Shot through the heart, and Storm’s to blame… near-fatal injuries, heart transplant, pre-death roll-in-the-sand with Nick, followed by a pregnancy and subsequent miscarriage. So much drama, so little to care about. She was shoved so far down my throat I gag every time I type her name. Taylor was clearly knocked for six when Ridge told her his wedding to Brooke was the very next day – she started pouring tea into the creamer. That’s what Ridge can do to a woman. Either that, or induce chronic nausea, which I’m sure many viewers can attest to. So, the big news – Phoebe’s death. After discovering Rick had also tried to hit on her twin, Steffy, she became even angrier. To cut a long story short (or in this case to cut a slapdash, rushed story even shorter), this happened: Phoebe argued with Rick and wouldn’t shut her trap. She got into his car to give him more earache. Bad move. She forgot to put a seatbelt on. Very bad move. She grabbed the wheel and continued screeching at Rick. By this point it was getting silly. She slammed her foot on the accelerator by mistake. That was plain dumb. By Friday’s episode, she’d been thrown from the car and was about to croak. She managed to hold on just long enough to give Ridge a quick burst of a song she’d written for him. Why couldn’t it have been “The Lady is a Tramp”, dedicated to Brooke? They missed an opportunity there. 9 Responses soapjunkie88 December 8, 2008 Maybe the worst B&B year ever! When I was watching Phoebe’s death, I didn’t know if I should laugh or cry. Man, that was bad! And the other story lines … who cares? Log in to Reply east.west December 8, 2008 ITA soapjunkie. Today was bad dinner theater bad. And for me the only things that are saving this lame storyline is Jackie MacInnes Wood’s performance and the upcoming Hunter Tylo scenes. Other than that this is a lame storyline. Log in to Reply Darren Lomas December 8, 2008 It really is quite lame, guys You know what I should’ve put in the blog post – this quote from Brooke (about her and Rigid) last week: “It’s just strange how all the years roll right into one.” Too damn right! I’m sick of watching the same thing again and again. Even with the latest “drama” to mix things up, it’s still stale. Argh! Log in to Reply daisyclover1938 December 8, 2008 LMAO!! Darren, this post is more entertaining than *any* of the soaps right now!!! You’re a riot! I would comment on the show, but…really, what’s the point?! It would spoil the good mood your post has put me in Log in to Reply Darren Lomas December 8, 2008 Aw, Daisy – you have put ME in a good mood! Log in to Reply season1217 December 9, 2008 Was Phoebe still a virgin? She died a virgin? Oh, the humanity! Log in to Reply Darren Lomas December 9, 2008 Season – Rick almost deflowered her, but Ridge walked in and smacked Rick (gosh, Ridge’s so manly), causing Brooke to dump him and run to straddle Nick. Unfortunate chain of events. It’s probably for the best that she died boinkless, as on B&B any love interest would’ve been borderline incest anyway. Log in to Reply season1217 December 9, 2008 I still can’t believe that anyone was a virgin on THIS show for that long! Log in to Reply jpp1975 December 9, 2008 I feel the worst for Thorne and Felicia. Imagine your biggest concern being your parents’ love life when your that old. Neither of them have a love interest, and both their children are in the kiddie storage closet. It ought to be Stephanie meddling in THEIR love lives. Log in to Reply Leave a Reply Cancel Reply You must be logged in to post a comment.