Moving in for the Kill on B&B


That Steffy (Jacqueline MacInnes Wood) is moving in on Bill (Don Diamont) for the kill. Watch this week’s The Bold and the Beautiful promo after the jump.



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  1. Avatar of alstonboy4315
    alstonboy4315

    I’m sorry, but Jacqueline Wood’s performances really IRRITATE me!!!! Can they PLEASE recast this part, because I don’t think she has the acting chops to play a villainess.

    Of course, she looks like Hunter Tylo, but that hardly justifies their decision to keep her on the show. Actually, she looks like Hunter did about 15 years ago, before she MASSACRED her face with plastic surgery…

     

  2. Avatar of californiaguy888
    californiaguy888

    In my book Four Quarters still equals ONE Dollar Bill.

    I don’t see what the issue is here.  Dollar Bill can make time for Steffi ( 50 cents worth) and Katie (25 cents worth), with change left over !

    There is enough of Dollar Bill to go around people !!

  3. Avatar of The_Moustache
    The_Moustache

    why does Steffy want her dad to regain control of Forrester Creations!?!?!

    werent they on the brink of collapse & bankruptcy thanks to their own mangagment?

    if Bill hadnt saved their asses, theyd be living on the street!

    and does Ridge have Alzheimers? he keeps repeating “Forrester Creations, a divison of Spencer Publication” every 10 seconds.

    he is a sorry excuse for a man, father, and son. Brooke and Taylor should forget about him and move on!

  4. Avatar of Chilly Fan 25
    Chilly Fan 25

    Bill is supposed to be this tough business man but yet he falls for Toothy’s antics so easily?  Sorry but I find it hard to believe that someone like Steffy could take on Bill.  The real Bill would chew her up and spit her out.

    And Steffy and the Forresters are all deluded.  Eric and Ridge lost the company because they were too busy getting it on in the steam room to focus on the business.   They keep blaming Bill and Katie….how about taking the blame for their own failures and mistakes for a change. 

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