How Hope (Kim Matula) continues to live in her land of delusion – Logan Land as I like to call it – astounds me. It’s no wonder she had trouble figuring out how to stay married to Liam (Scott Clifton) in the first place. Everything she wills to happen should simply do so, because she’s Hope. How do you see how broken Liam is over Steffy (Jacqueline MacInnes Wood) leaving, and still be so sure the only thing keeping them together was the baby?
Of course, it took Hope all of two seconds to head over to Liam’s and make herself available. Does anyone else feel like she gives women a bad name? Also, why does Brooke (Katherine Kelly Lang) insist on continuing to meddle? Has Steffy even been in Paris for 24 hours? She’s already sending them away together. Can somebody let this man make a decision on his own?
Liam didn’t take too long to get over Steffy, though. There is a schedule to keep. Thomas (Adam Gregory) pressed his brother-in-law for questions, and Liam told him Steffy’s decisions are always definitive. He especially didn’t seem all that broken up when Hope sprung Brooke’s surprise trip on him. Shocked, yes, broken up, no. Just walk away Liam! Save yourself some shred of dignity, and walk away.
Rick (Jacob Young) and Maya (Karla Mosley) really showed Bill (Don Diamont), didn’t they? I’m sure big, bad Bill Spencer was shaking in his boots over being locked up in a prop jail. Does Rick really think asking Bill to leave them alone will work? These two need a clue. Enjoy it while it lasts you two, because right now, you’re sort of boring. I really need Bill to shake things up.
I was really enjoying the way Katie (Heather Tom) and Steffy bonded. I wish Katie wouldn’t have broken Steffy’s trust by telling Brooke she couldn’t conceive a child. It only feeds the Logan delusional oil to fuel all the lights in Logan Land. See, in Logan Land, sending Hope and Liam to Big Bear is not pushing. Nope, it’s not pushy, not at all.