American actor Don Diamont expressing frustration

The Bold and the Beautiful episode 181 made the room light up with talk about the old saying “it’s not what you wear, it’s where you wear it thus how you wear it,” a complement to the better known “it’s not what you say, it’s how you say it.”

The Bold and the Beautiful is an American drama that prtrays society
The Bold and the Beautiful
season 34, episode 181

In this episode, we see the one of the wealthiest and most powerful men alive, Bill Spencer, Jr from prison. His clothes? The exact same scrubs as the angelic (for now) character John “Finn” Finnegan, with the only difference being the ‘L.A. County Jail’ stamps on the back of the shirts.

This happens in other places. Tuxedos! One can wear a tuxedo and receive the Academy Award for the Best Director of the Year. Also, tuxedos are often maitré de mandatory at diners that serve cheeseburgers and eggs. Golfing clothes are often seen on people serving community service as punishment for a D.U.I.

The tempo charts below are based on the song by the Beatles called Let It Be, which was also brought up in the television room after Bill Spencer outlashes at Wyatt in frustration about the actions of Liam. “God, I took care of everything – why couldn’t Liam just have let it be?”

the drama of the tempo and question of the phrase Let It Be
Let It Be
The Beatles
Let It Be tempo displays the speed of the most famous Beatles song
Let It Be
The Beatles

American actress Melissa Ordway playing an heires in CBS American television drama

Episode 183 features Jack Abbott, the father of Kyle Jenkins Abbott, delivering advice on how to be a father.

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The Young and The Restless, June 18, 2021

During a conversation at Abbott manor, Abby says to her mother-in-law Nina Webster and friend and surrogate mother to her child Mariah Copeland “That’s what friends are for,”in regard to the friendship she has with Devon Hamilton which reminded the people with whom I was watching at the time to start humming the beloved song by Elton John, Stevie Wonder, Gladys Knight and Dionne Warwick “That’s What Friends Are For,” a beautiful gesture where all proceeds from this song were donated to benefit charities for AIDS research and health care, embedded below.