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  1. I thought "Maria" hired some decent script writers which lasted not too long, but she wasn't one of them, IMO. All ABC rejects should be fired ASAP.
  2. I totally agree. The first half of 1996 was terrific, though: loved the Keesha AIDS storyline, the Audrey North stuff (which went nowhere though), Victor's shooting... I think they even hinted at Patty Williams with two or three episodes with a mystery woman in a telephone booth. It was dropped of course - like the second half of 1996 felt realllllly droppable or half-assed.
  3. It really would have been awesome for Lauren to meet Quinn...
  4. What a boring promo. And those stories look HORRID indeed.
  5. THIS! TempKeith was AMAZING. His chemistry with Jess Walton was off the charts. I was really disappointed when they brought back the original Keith for the Tricia story later on.
  6. Year-End TRIVIA: # This is the first year, Jacquelinne McInnes Wood has lead the show. She was in the top 5 in 2009, 2011 and 2012. # 2016 marks the HIGHEST number of episodes for John McCook since 2008 when he appeared in 147 episodes... # 2016 marked a year for drastic drops for Karla Mosley (142 -> 70) and Ashley Brewer (166 -> 26) who led the yearly chart 2015 and is now recurring # Heather Tom, Jacqueline McInnes Wood and Scott Clifton have joined the elusive club of actors & actresses appearing in 1000+ episodes on the show. They are likely to be followed in 2017 by Don Diamont who appeared in 989 episodes so far. The all-time milestone chart should be like this as of December 31, 2016 (as I don’t have any ep counts for roughly seven seasons/1500 episodes, these are estimates): - 5000 episodes: Katherine Kelly Lang (Brooke) - 4000 episodes: Ronn Moss (ex-Ridge) - 3000 episodes: Susan Flannery (ex-Stephanie) and John McCook (Eric) - 2000 episodes: Hunter Tylo (ex-Taylor) - 1000 episodes: Darlene Conley (ex-Sally), Daniel McVicar (ex-Clarke), Bobbie Eakes (ex-Macy), Winsor Harmon (Thorne), Adrienne Frantz (ex-Amber), Jack Wagner (ex-Nick), Heather Tom (Katie), Jacqueline McInnes Wood (Steffy) and Scott Clifton (Liam) # as he longest running recurring actor on B&B, Dan Martin has now played resident police man Lt. Bradley Baker in 158 episodes since joining the show in Spring 1997. He didn't appear in 1999, 2000, 2005 and 2014. # with one additional appearance in 2016, Andrew Collins who is recurring as snotty reporter Jarrett has now been on B&B for a total of 13 years and appeared in a total of 126 episodes.
  7. recurring ever sinceshe came back in the Fall.
  8. Is there a feedback form for All access-user? Maybe we should all voice our interest...
  9. And we all here feel rightfully sorry for having to witness every single day of this amazing 2 Emmy winning run...
  10. I don't have ANY issue with the interview. Neither the storylines projected. I'm looking forward to these stories to play out as there are new angles involved and great actors on the forefront. At least Steffy and her men (and we know this will be played out HEAVILY) seems to be more than just an endless back and forth without any basis this time around.
  11. Off-Topic, but I just found this on YouTube again... And till this day, I had not noticed that Lee Bell is deejay-ing. LOL!?
  12. It's not a free fall, but the demo loss for B&B is bad news for those who were happy that Steffy and her merry lovers were taking a back seat; I guess. Ugh!
  13. I guess we all love a peek into a clebetrity home. At least I do. LOL It's not my style, but it's at least very modern:
  14. RE: Monday's B&B: Brooke got stood up by Bill at the "altar"!? Loving it! Finally a twist, I didn't see coming. She neither, I guess... LOL

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      Why would anyone want to marry that dull shoe polish king anyway? Bleh. Glad I don't bother with it. 

  15. Not a writer, director or producer... yet a memorable event: it seems like long-time set decorator Joe Bevacqua has retired. He was with Y&R for nearly 30 years (until JFP fired him!?) and then moved over to B&B for the last 4 years. Just recently, the show did a little shout-out as the hospital set was named "Joseph Bevacqua Memorial Wing". He has been replaced by Price is Right set decorator, RIchard Domabyl.