Dr. Taylor Hayes (Hunter Tylo) finally knows what it's like to be on the receiving end of someone's righteous anger on The Bold and the Beautiful. Learning her father has reunited with the woman who killed Aly Forrester's (Ashlyn Pearce) mother sends the young woman into an emotional spiral this week on the CBS Daytime sudser.
Taylor obviously feels remorse for the drunk-driving accident that robbed Aly and Thorne (Winsor Harmon) of Darla (Schae Harrison), but the shrink's attempts at atonement aren't enough for Aly to let bygones be roadkill. Do you think Aly's near-psychotic anger is justified, or is it time for her to forgive Taylor and move on with her young life?
Is Aly's rage justified on The Bold and the Beautiful?