Ridge and Brooke are still having serious problems in their marriage.

If I could speak for every Bold and Beautiful fan, which is ridiculous, but assuming for one minute I could, I’d shout: “Don’t Let The Sun Go Down On Sally!” (and more story-lines for Donna!)

Don’t Let The Sun Go Go On Me

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In this episode, Peter Bergman as Jack Abbott brings Jabot back to its roots! Tired of the petty fighting between his son and nephew, he brilliantly channels their energy into the business: a new, ‘Classic Jabot’, as Jack’s father would have wanted.

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Old School – Back to Jabot Basics’ is needed. Jack sets up a short term showdown as to which Abbott/Vanderway can make his pitch and more importantly have that pitch lead to new – as in classic! – branding and increased sales.

 

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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.

The Bold and the Beautiful®️ March 2, 2020

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On Thursday, the gala continues and we find out that Victor Newman got his start in the Midwest by selling industrial soap out of the trunk of his car

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The lyrics from the song and the melody, the rhythm of Handbag and Glad rags by Big George Webey, made famous again in the 21st century as the theme song for the BBC series THE OFFICE. It is 78.6 beats per minute, and there is something about it that screams of the bittersweet feelings brought out by the 5 day Eric Braeden tribute.