HomeTVThe Bold and the BeautifulBeautiful Traditions Luke Kerr December 23, 2008 The Bold and the Beautiful 12 Comments I don’t know why, but I want to break out in "Rudolph the Red Nosed Reindeer" seeing Bridget (Ashley Jones) wearing those candy cane antlers, but if you listened to our Top 5 Things We Want For Christmas episode you probably know that wouldn’t be a good idea. Nevertheless, it’s always great to see the The Bold and the Beautiful sticking with its Christmas tradition of having the Forrester family gather around the piano. Check out more pictures after the jump. 12 Responses soapjunkie88 December 23, 2008 Biggest surprise to me: Dino is still alive! LOL But right, Christmas with the Forresters is always something nice. My favorite Christmas with the Forresters was the one with Sally, when she was sitting alone in her apartment and was surprised by Thorne and Darla, who brought her to the Forrester mansion. When I remember right and didn’t mix something up. There also was a special moment with Sally and Stephanie, when Sally gave her necklace. Don’t know if it was the same year… Log in to Reply Jamey Giddens December 23, 2008 Ah, yes, nothing like a dead grandbaby to bring the family together! :O I hope someone spikes Taylor’s eggnog, then this mess might get interesting. Log in to Reply Darren Lomas December 23, 2008 I didn’t watch it yet, but did anyone rip into Thorne for his stupid look-alike scheme? Eric should be tanning his hide, not serenading him. At least Donna wasn’t straddling the piano in her air hostess outifit, I guess :sick: Log in to Reply Scott Novick December 23, 2008 Yes, that was the same episode, the 2003 Christmas episode. Sally was all depressed after Macy’s death and wanted to be alone with her memories, and she actually turned down Thorne and Darla’s attempt to get her to spend Christmas Eve with the Forresters. When Thorne arrived at the mansion and told that to Stephanie, La Forrester went over to see Sally with her gift, a heart-shaped locked with photos of the two of them. Stephanie then convinced Sally to come back to the mansion to celebrate the holiday with the family. There was also a 1995 Christmas episode where Sally and CJ were spending the holiday alone at home. Macy, who had just remarried Thorne a few months earlier, was worried about her mom. Stephanie saw how worried Macy was and went over to invite Sally to celebrate at the mansion. Log in to Reply Jamey Giddens December 23, 2008 I wish Donna would spontaneously combust, causing a toxic, silicone spill. Log in to Reply Jamey Giddens December 23, 2008 I don’t know if I’d want that to change. The show needs something, but there will be plenty of time to spice it up after the holiday, don’t you think? *** I love Christmas episodes, but I find them a bit jarring when on the day before Christmas everyone hates each other, then for one day they put aside their differences. I’d love for it to be a mix of hope and good old-fashioned family drama. Families act a fool at the holidays. I’d love to see a drunken Taylor strip down to her panties and roll around on the Forrester mansion set, interrupting Eric singing Deck the Halls, as Felicia looks on in horror. Log in to Reply Darren Lomas December 23, 2008 I wish Donna would spontaneously combust, causing a toxic, silicone spill. Only if Katie is hit in the head by an implant and drops dead too, or at the very least remembers she is called VICTORIA NEWMAN. Dammit! Log in to Reply Mike Jubinville December 24, 2008 Is this all before or after Eric told Stephanie that he and Donna joined the mile high club? Log in to Reply season1217 December 24, 2008 I can just imagine the scenes of them exchanging gifts! Too bad Stephen wasn’t there w/ another Logan daughter gift wrapped for the Forrester men! I can see Eric now. Oh, I couldn’t have gotten this at a better time, Stephen. I worn out the other two you gave me! Good Grief! And is Steffy hiding her mommy’s flask in that hair of hers?! Log in to Reply siomonstuart2003 December 24, 2008 This show is a hot mess. I don’t think that a dead girl is a reason to celebrate. I just feel that Brad is a jackA#% who needs to give the reins to over someone who can save it from itself. siomonstuart2003 Log in to Reply ohwowreally December 25, 2008 i liked the ridge/taylor scenes…reminded me of old times with them Log in to Reply Scott Novick December 23, 2008 Ah, yes, nothing like a dead grandbaby to bring the family together! Shocked I hope someone spikes Taylor’s eggnog, then this mess might get interesting. I don’t know, Jamey. No matter what else is going on in the show at the time, the Forrester Xmas celebrations have always been about those “peace on earth, etc.” moments. And given that it’s pretty much the only holiday the show celebrates aside from the occasional Fourth of July or New Year’s, I don’t know if I’d want that to change. The show needs something, but there will be plenty of time to spice it up after the holiday, don’t you think? Log in to Reply Leave a Reply Cancel Reply You must be logged in to post a comment.