Monday’s show features Steffy and her love for Finn.
The music of Marcus Eaton is used as “Reverie” plays during a scene featuring only Liam and Finn.
Ridge and Brooke discuss what an talented addition John Finnegan has been as a doctor in Los Angeles and an excellent man in general.
Steffy and Liam still cannot agree about whether to tell Hope about their secret.
Michael Baldwin shows himself as a District Attorney of questionable skill with no one in town telling him he is not good at his job.
In fact, MIchael’s skill is so poor that Billy Abbott IV could easily bring a civil suit against him for the uninformed “deal” he was offered.
Tanner Novlan as Dr. John “Finn” Finnegan has gone from being an actor who seemed rightly intimidated by the experienced acting company of The Bold and The Beautiful when he first joined the cast a few months ago.
Quickly, he has shown poise and confidence – he has quickly become one of my favorite characters. Who is a more realistic doctor, Gregory House, MD or John Finnegan, MD? The no-money bet I have with my cat Jonson is on Finn, as much as I enjoy the fantastic yet unrealistic show HOUSE, MD.
Peter Bergman is featured on the 12/17/20 episode of the Young and the Restless.
This is the first year he will be spending the holidays without his mother, Dina Mergeron.
Jordi Vilasuso and Courney Hope are finding themselves comfortable playing Detective Rey Rosales and Sally Spectra, respectively. Michael Mealor and Hunter King as Kyle Abbott and Summer Newman continue to be movie stars on a daytime drama. In short, they #YR company of players has never been more solid while being diverse naturally.
The nonjudgmental way Ridge speaks kindly to Thomas deserves to be held up as an example of a kind, compassionate, understanding father.
As Ridge said, “You’re my son – I would never be ashamed of you.”