Jacob Young

Eric Forrester's Concubines Argue About Who's More Scandalous on The Bold and the Beautiful!

The worms haven't even started on Stephanie Forrester's (Susan Flannery) eyeballs, yet Eric (John McCook) has basically transformed their family home into the set of a reality dating competition on The Bold and the Beautiful. First his goofy sister-in-law Pam (Alley Mills) and even goofier ex-wife Donna (Jennifer Gareis) were battling it out to see who could offer him the most fatty foods. Now he's dressing up ex-daughter-in-law Taylor (Hunter Tylo) in those teddies Steph-Steph refused to wear, while former trophy wife, proud teddy wearer and ex-daughter-in-law Brooke (Katherine Kelly Lang) cries foul.

On today's episode of B&B, Taylor tells Brooke not to fix her mouth to lecture her about causing a scandal. Meanwhile, Maya (Karla Mosley) throws shade at Caroline (Linsey Godfrey). Watch the teaser after the jump!

Survivor Hunk to Guest on Bold and Beautiful

Survivor fan favorite Malcolm Freberg is taking the skills he picked up in the jungle straight into the cutthroat world of fashion. TV Guide Magazine’s Michael Logan is reporting Freberg has landed a small role on The Bold and the Beautiful.

The hunky reality star will guest on B&B on Feb. 13, the same day he appears on Survivor: Caramoan — Fans vs. Favorites. Freberg will play Malcolm, a Forrester Creations employee who mixes it up with Rick (Jacob Young) and Hope (Kim Matula).

Said Freberg:

They also never made it clear exactly what he does at Forrester. If I didn't screw it up, maybe they'll invite me back and next time I can have actual duties.


Eric Names Rick President of Forrester Creations on The Bold and the Beautiful

The Bold and the Beautiful kicked off Tuesday’s episode with Steffy (Jacqueline MacInnes Wood) spotting Liam (Scott Clifton) and Hope (Kimberly Matula) in bed together. Crying, Steffy drove away as we watched even more flashbacks of her and Liam together. Liam eventually stopped making out with Hope, saying it wasn’t right. Hope tried to convince him they should be together.

I am absolutely convinced B&B writes one page, two max, of original dialogue and scenes per week for each storyline. It then stretches that one page out over five days, by recycling the same dialogue over and over and cramming flashbacks from the previous day, week, month or year in between like packing peanuts. I’m sure it must BE part of an eco friendly campaign to cut down on paper. Imagine all the trees B&B helped save in 2012 alone.  READ MORE

DC's 10 Worst Soap Opera Couples of 2012

No. 10: Neil and Harmony, The Young and the Restless

We're sure the brass at The Young and the Restless hoped pairing uptight, buppie Neil Winters (Kristoff St. John) with another sassy, sistah from the streets would generate the same kind of heat Neil's relationship with street urchin-turned-fashionista Drucilla Barber (Victoria Rowell) accomplished in the 90's. It didn't.

Man, was it painful to watch two popular, talented soap stars like St. John as Debbi Morgan—as promiscuous, recovering crackhead Harmony— attempt to manufacture chemistry where there obviously wasn't any to be found. 



Will Liam, Rick or Steffy be The Bold and the Beautiful’s Lord of the Dance?

Stephanie’s (Susan Flannery) long goodbye continues this week on The Bold and the Beautiful, and it looks like Liam (Scott Clifton), Rick (Jacob Young) and Steffy (Jacqueline MacInnes Wood) will get their shot at showing their Celtic dancing skills. Check out a TV Guide preview of Eric's (John McCook) Irish-themed bash for Steph after the jump! READ MORE

Thomas Gives Forrester Creations A Makeover on The Bold and the Beautiful

Thomas (Adam Gregory) was full of plans for moving Forrester into the future. He called a meeting to outline his vision for the company. However, as a viewer, I just can’t take Thomas seriously as the interim head of Forrester Creations. I don’t know why.

Thomas told the room full of mostly young B&B characters that classic Forrester fashion had become a liability for the younger market. Donna (Jennifer Gareis) asked if the younger market was “really that important.” Thomas pointed out that if young people associated the Forrester brand with their grandparents, it’s a big problem.