It's a shame that so little of 90s B&B is around these days on the internet... A couple of years ago TombinNorway (sp?) or the one HUGE Sheila fan had so many great videos and I was hoping for more stuff to show up. Switch to 2016: there is basically nothing. This sucks
Phew, I could have done without her. Maybe it's just short-term? When they removed Ashlyn Pearce (ex-Aly) from contract status quickly and brought her back on contract she was killed off in two months...
To be fair: apparently they had TERRIBLE weather and it was a major pain in the a$$ to get those outdoor scenes filmed because of time restraints and really bad weather. Two year Brooke and Bill has a terrific location shoot in Monte Carlo...
This is probably the first time since Susan Flannery's departure that John McCook was driving any story. I never expected him to have so many episodes ever again. Nice touch; even though Quinn and Eric are somewhere between suuuuuuuper grosse and addictive for me. LOL
That promo is probably nothing more but hot air. But good for them to use these promo activities for something worthwhile onscreen. It might not be the newest story in the books, but it could be so much worse.
Different strokes, I guess. I quit watching in 2011 after a looooooong time and didn't return until 2014... And so far 2016 is far from a bad year, IMO. The late 2000s were worse and on most days I'm really enjoying the show as the writing is crisp and diverse.
I don't want ANYONE you guys so far suggested to be EVER in the driver seat B&B... While I love Kay Alden, this campy show is not hers. Most of these suggestions are a prime example why the genre is dying. Each soap should have it's own DNA/writing style. Sadly, B&B is the last soap to have that and this will hopefully last for a long time to come. If Brad were ever to step down I'd give Adam Dusevoir who is writing great camp scripts or Mark Pinciotti a try as they are longtime B&B fans and collaborators which shows in their writing work so far.
LOL - amen to that. Although there was used be times in the late 200s when Donna was annoying us and Brooke had zero storyline of her own, yet was on every day after CBS had two annual viewer feedback tallies which resulted in Brooke getting voted MVP.
BTW: As of June 29, Scott Clifton has appeared in 1000+ episodes of B&B. He joins Jacqueline McInnes and Heather Tom which also reached this milestone number of episodes in 2016.