CBS® has featured s34-e49 as the gentleness of Finn seeking answers to the rising intensity of Thomas, as written in CBS All-Access.
#bb-s34e43-Wednesday, November 18, 2020 – ‘You’re Not *Supposed* to See Them, That’s the Whole Point’
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!
#bb, s34e17 – ‘An Insane Amount Of Opioids’
In one of the fastest opioid recoveries of all time, Steffy Forrester beats her addiction. Moreover, good Dr. Finnegan is after her
Meanwhile, Zendé is interested in Zoe and the attraction seems mutual. That would be great but for Carter’s wild interest in Hope.
Also, Thomas is pining after Hope, who is married to Liam. Liam, secure in his marriage, seems to be leaning to Steffy. As his father Dollar Bill says in this episode to his son William Spencer, Jr: “A part of you will always love Steffy.”
#BB, s34e42 – ‘Spending Time With The Mannequin Is Not The Same As Spending Time With You.’
Thomas is a designer who is losing his mind at the same time he is producing his best line a clothes.
A third generation Forrester dress designer, Thomas is maybe even more of a genius than his father Ridge and Grandfather Eric combined. He certainly is showing the tortured signs of Van Gogh in this latest episode.
Here is where the pure power afforded the Forrester family-company-business is given such deference in fictionalized Los Angeles and the world that Thomas can hide away from anyone and still look and act “the part.”
The Bold and the Beautiful®, October 21, 2020 – ‘Always Remember That You are Always 100% Wrong’ – s48e23
“to measure up to all that is demanded of him, a man must overestimate his capabilities” – GOETHE
The episode featured two men, Thomas Forrester and Charlie Webber. Both of these men, Thomas, in taking a chance by shipping a controversial package to himself is to us, the viewer, an example in the extreme of Thomas overestimating himself. By contrast, Charlie underestimates himself and does a beautiful thing.
Specifically, Charlie has no reason at all not to check the secret box of Thomas. The package was not sealed in such a way that Charlie could not have easily checked it. Upon checking it, he would have a complete hold on Thomas if he had wanted. Thomas would have offered him huge sums of money to not say a thing about it. But even though he could have been a intermeddling threat, Charlie was the good man.
The Bold and the Beautiful-s33-e98, Tuesday, February 19, 2020 – | ‘Changes’ (‘The Reality of the Situation’)
This episode of The Bold and the Beautiful featured a master class in acting by Matthew Atkinson as Thomas Forrester.
Thomas is a very troubled man. So troubled in fact, he uses both Zoe, played by Kiara Barnes, and his son Douglas and uses them, fathers them, proposes to marry them – either because Thomas does not know what he wants, or Thomas simply wants to be with Hope and will break anyone’s heart to do it.