More outstanding performances by Annika Noelle as Hope and Jacqueline MacInnes Wood as Hope and Steffy, respectively, as they try to handle what Ms. Forrester calls “the biggest crisis in my life” highlight the February 8, 2021 episode.
The Bold and the Beautiful and The Young and the Restless as shown eight years ago to this ver day, in regard to intactions among the families, companies and business were noted as shown.
What I find most interesting is who is on the show and who isn’t. And why they are still here or absent from our favorite daytime dramas.
My prediction, by the way, even though an underdog by 3 1/2 points, is Bucs over Chiefs, as published 5 PM on the day before the “big game.”
Season 34, episode 91 of the Bold and the Beautiful, raises many issues and asks a series of questions, among these parts of drama lie the harshness of the unknowing:
- who does Zoe really love?
- who really loves Zoe?
- who is the father of Steffy’s baby?
what should one who knows bad news do knowing that ‘no one likes the bearer of bad news’?
On Friday, we see scenes of characters trying to find the balance between officious intermeddling and vital words of caution.
This issue in part is: how far can you bend the truth until it becomes a lie? Beyond that, when does one’s person’s version of a lie, if not of commission than at least omission, because so potentially toxic to someone you feel it is your duty to protect, give you the moral obligation to make things right, at least in the short term to prevent a tragic long term loss?
Most interesting about the way the characters played these elements out from a creatively written and reality-based script: in the role in which we usually see female characters, we see an outstanding job of Thorsten Kaye as Ridge doing that which we are used to seeing Katherine Kelly Lang as Brooke usually does. It is a refreshing element to watch.