Maya (Karla Mosley) explained to Dayzee (Kristolyn Lloyd) what had happened between her and Rick (Jacob Young). She shared how she discovered he was a Forrester. Dayzee then admitted that she too is now a Forrester, but was not happy to learn that Maya and Rick had kissed.
I don't get why Dayzee is defending Rick and Caroline's (Linsey Godfrey) fickle relationship so vehemently. She kept saying they were both from rich and powerful families and would probably marry. What a weak explanation for Dayzee trying to tell Maya who she could spend time with!
Dayzee warned Maya not to pursue anything with Rick, while living in her dingy apartment. If I was Maya, I would have said screw that; I’ll find somewhere else to live.
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!
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.
Crystal Chappell and Jessica Leccia followed up their time as lesbian lovers Olivia Spencer and Natalia Rivera on Guiding Light with a second act in Chappell’s web soap Venice. Now it appears the pair are ready for a third act. Chappell’s production company Open Book Productions has released the trailer for its new web series The Grove.
Starring Chappell and Leccia as Nico and Ivy, The Grove features a cast brimming with popular soap stars. Robert Woods, Jordan Clarke, Beth Maitland, Christian LeBlanc, Michelle Stafford, Nadia Bjorlin, Peter Reckell, Linsey Godfrey, Judi Evans and Bobbie Eakes are among The Grove’s stars. Visit TheGroveTheSeries.com for more information. Watch the trailer for The Grove after the jump!
Hope Logan's (Kimberly Matula) scheming half-brother Rick (Jacob Young) is busy orchestrating a plot to land himself control of Forrester Creations and the hand of Ms. Caroline Spencer (Linsey Godfrey) on The Bold and the Beautiful. All Rick has to do is pimp his kid sister out to Thomas Forrester (Adam Gregory) to accomplish said goals. Charming!
Who cares if Hope grew up calling Ridge (Ronn Moss) dad and thinking of Tom as a brother? This is, after all, the same family where Ridge started kissing his daughter, er "sister" Bridget after they learned they weren't kin. Watch an incestuous sneak peek of today's B&B after the jump!
Rick (Jacob Young) has wanted Caroline (Linsey Godfrey) since the moment he laid eyes on her, but Thomas (Adam Gregory) got in the way. With Hope (Kimberly Matula) and Liam's (Scott Clifton) relationship on the rocks, Rick sees an opportunity to get Caroline for himself.
Has Rick already forgotten about Thomas blowing up his car a few years back? Brooke's (Katherine Kelly Lang) son better invest in a bomb-sniffing dog before trying to steal his step-nephew's girl. Watch this week’s The Bold and the Beautiful promo after the jump! READ MORE