In a storyline derivative of the Lion King, Aunt Jill is an angel, the Uncle Adam is a completely disgusting sociopath.
The Bold and the Beautiful® featured the harsh stand off between a wife and a wife’s friend who the husband temporarily prefers.
I cannot imagine a man with the forgiveness of Eric Forrester not talking Quinn back.
The song that came to mind was John Denver’s “Leaving’ On A Jet Plane,” as the first lines of the song, as Flo’s first lines to Eric were, “My bags are packed, I’m ready to go…the taxi’s waiting and he’s blowing his horn.”
Glow in radiant splendor Mr Denver!
Where does the Machiavelli statement about “dealing out severities all at once” versus “giving out benefits slowly” apply to this episode?
I included the idea because Devon, upon being betrayed by two people, both of whom he gave out benefits slowly, dealt his reaction with a sudden harshness. Many would say, “How very un-Devon! He should be quick to forgive, he has made mistakes himself.”
This “nice-guy” Devon was being kinder by dealing his responses swiftly, harshly and directly. The alternative is the Billy Abbott personality flaw: instead of confronting the person or people with whom he wants to settle an issue or right a wrong, he sneaks around, takes his time, uses secret surveillance, lowering himself beneath the person he even went after, as Adam is more sympathetic at this point than Billy.
Devon is a true adult. he was not going to sneak around and sabatoge with Dr. Nate Hastings or live-in partner Dr. Elena Dawson slowly, drawing out pain for a woman he loved with all his heart, a cousin he trusted with all his mind, and a free-clinic completed with the two that helped the most in need of that health care, feeding Devon’s spirit.
Wyatt had always been a man who looks out for others. Flo Fulton has always been a woman who looks out for others.
Thus, when Sally Spectra is almost certainly “dying” soon, Flo and Wyatt agree that Wyatt should;d fake his love for Flo and give Sally the “gift” of spending her final days with Wyatt.
Do you think so? I would not want someone faking love for me at time of death. Yes, Wyatt is a good man who cares for sally and at one time “loved” her. This move however has all the hallmarks of a terrible boomerang.
In this second part to the Thomas proposes in front of everyone to show how much he adores, loves and wants to marry Zoe.
You might think that Zoe would know that Thomas is a seriously manipulative, completely selfish man, ,who cannot said to be sadistic toward his son, Hope or even Zoe as much as he is delusional for thinking, “What is best for Thomas Forrester is best for the lives of everyone affected, which included, Douglas, Zoe, Liam and Steffy.
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The February 20, 2020 episode of The Bold and the Beautiful®️ features Thomas Forrester showing that Zoe is the figurative ‘sunshine of his life by making a full out family dinner with her.
The question is: is he doing it all to make his son, Douglas, angry, thereby luring Hope back into his orbit through the frightened cries of his own child
Douglas has already lost his mother to cancer and he is less than six-years-old.
For tonight though, Zoe is the key to Thomas’ happiness, at least according to Thomas.