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October 2010 Episode Rankings

A total of 21 episodes aired this month.

1. Katherine Kelly Lang (Brooke Forrester) 20

2. Susan Flannery (Stephanie Douglas) 15

3. Hunter Tylo (Taylor Jones) 12

4. Adrienne Frantz (Amber Moore) 10

*. Ronn Moss (Ridge Forrester) 10

6. Sarah Brown (Agnes Jones) 9

*. Kimberly Matula (Hope Logan) 9

*. Jack Wagner (Nick Marone) 9

9. Zack Conroy (Oliver Jones) 8

*. Kristolyn Lloyd (Dayzee) 8

11. Scott Clifton (Liam Cooper) 7

*. Rick Hearst (Whip Jones) 7

13. Adam Gregory (Thomas Forrester) 6

*. John McCook (Eric Forrester) 6

15. Jacqueline MacInnes-Wood (Steffy Forrester) 5

*. Alley Mills (Pam Douglas) 5

17. Brandon Beemer (Owen Knight) 4

*. Don Diamont (Bill Spencer) 4

*. Lesley-Anne Down (Jackie Knight) 4

*. Yvette Freeman (Dr. Lewis) 4

*. Ashley Jones (Bridget Marone) 4

22. Winsor Harmon (Thorne Forrester) 3

*. Heather Tom (Katie Spencer) 3

24. Lesli Kay (Felicia Forrester) 2

*. Kyle Lowder (Rick Forrester) 2

28. Texas Battle (Marcus Forrester) 1

*. Jennifer Gareis (Donna Logan) 1

January-October 2010 Episode Rankings

A total of 211 episodes aired during this period.

1. Katherine Kelly Lang (Brooke Forrester) 178

2. Ronn Moss (Ridge Forrester) 142

3. Jacqueline MacInnes-Wood (Steffy Forrester) 133

4. Susan Flannery (Stephanie Douglas) 129

*. Kimberly Matula (Hope Logan) 129

6. Zack Conroy (Oliver Jones) 108

7. Ashley Jones (Bridget Marone) 89

8. Jack Wagner (Nick Marone) 87

9. Hunter Tylo (Taylor Jones) 83

10. Brandon Beemer (Owen Knight) 74

11. Sarah Brown (Agnes Jones) 71

*. Lesley-Anne Down (Jackie Knight) 71

13. Heather Tom (Katie Spencer) 70

14. Don Diamont (Bill Spencer) 67

15. John McCook (Eric Forrester) 66

16. Rick Hearst (Whip Jones) 60

17. Jennifer Gareis (Donna Logan) 55

18. Alley Mills (Pam Douglas) 51

19. Scott Clifton (Liam Cooper) 38

20. Patrick Duffy (Stephen Logan) 35

21. Winsor Harmon (Thorne Forrester) 33

*. Kyle Lowder (Rick Forrester) 33

23. Texas Battle (Marcus Forrester) 28

24. Drew Tyler Bell (Thomas Forrester) 26

25. Adrienne Frantz (Amber Moore) 23

26. Andrew Collins (Jarrett Maxwell) 15

*. Aaron D. Spears (Justin Barber) 15

28. Adam Gregory (Thomas Forrester) 12

29. Justin Baldoni (Graham Darros) 10

*. Jacqueline Hahn (Dr. Caspary) 10

*. Stephanie Y. Wang (Madison) 10

32. Kristolyn Lloyd (Dayzee) 8

33. Yvette Freeman (Dr. Lewis) 7

*. Dan Martin (Lt. Bradley Baker) 7

*. Robin Riker (Beth Logan) 7

*. CeCe Tsou (Brio) 7

37. Ken Hanes (Mike Guthrie) 6

38. Mykel Shannon Jenkins (Det. Charlie Baker) 2

*. Lesli Kay (Felicia Forrester) 2

40. Todd McKee (Jake Maclaine) 1

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