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Hello eveyone. Finally My account's been approved and I'm here 🙏 I would love to thank you everybody who uploaded and shared clips , episodes of B&B. You can't imagine how I'm happy. Thanks to you I can watch B&B  :) B&B is not air in my country., now, I used to watch then I had to to stop because of not airing... I've always interested in Classic episodes and it was my dream to watch. Thank you so much. I'm greateful . (btw sorry about my poor English ) I'm soooo happy 💓💓💓

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4 hours ago, ladynerry said:

Hello eveyone. Finally My account's been approved and I'm here 🙏 I would love to thank you everybody who uploaded and shared clips , episodes of B&B. You can't imagine how I'm happy. Thanks to you I can watch B&B  :) B&B is not air in my country., now, I used to watch then I had to to stop because of not airing... I've always interested in Classic episodes and it was my dream to watch. Thank you so much. I'm greateful . (btw sorry about my poor English ) I'm soooo happy 💓💓💓

Welcome and enjoy the episodes! It is a place with wonderful people!

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Interesting fact for the TRIVIA NERDS out there:

 

We know have the exact dates for James E. Reilly's stint as consultant on B&B. No idea if he ever really consulted or Bill Bell used any idea of his or if it was just a Network deal with CBS that paid him some money!

 

Reilly's tenure as "consultant" was rather brief and lasted from # 773 (April 24, 1990) - # 859 (August 22, 1990).

 

As always: Thanks to the mysterious uploader for providing the classic episodes with closing titles.

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15 minutes ago, sheilaforever said:

Interesting fact for the TRIVIA NERDS out there:

 

We know have the exact dates for James E. Reilly's stint as consultant on B&B. No idea if he ever really consulted or Bill Bell used any idea of his or if it was just a Network deal with CBS that paid him some money!

 

Reilly's tenure as "consultant" was rather brief and lasted from # 773 (April 24, 1990) - # 859 (August 22, 1990).

 

As always: Thanks to the mysterious uploader for providing the classic episodes with closing titles.

Was he also not consulting for Y&R at the time? I have heard rumblings that their Marge story was, to some degree, something Reilly cooked up. And indeed, when you think about it, it definitely reads as something he'd do.

I'd also be curious to know, considering I'm decidedly less versed in B&B history, if any Reillyisms snuck into B&B during the brief consulting stint, or if it wasn't particularly noticeable.

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I had no idea JER consulted on B&B! I can’t imagine that being a very compatible partnership. I wonder if that‘a why it didn’t last long?

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17 minutes ago, Ben said:

I had no idea JER consulted on B&B! I can’t imagine that being a very compatible partnership. I wonder if that‘a why it didn’t last long?

I never knew either until I saw his name in the end credits. Bill Bell and James Reilly were really opposites.

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2 hours ago, beebs said:

Was he also not consulting for Y&R at the time? I have heard rumblings that their Marge story was, to some degree, something Reilly cooked up. And indeed, when you think about it, it definitely reads as something he'd do.

I'd also be curious to know, considering I'm decidedly less versed in B&B history, if any Reillyisms snuck into B&B during the brief consulting stint, or if it wasn't particularly noticeable.

We have seen Y&R credits from the same time than his B&B stint and we was also credited as "consultant" there as well. I don't think Bill Bell used anything on B&B. I cannot pinpoint a single story from April-July that looked like Reilly.

 

Then again, Anne Schoettle (who is amrried to David Shaughnessy I think) was also serving as coslutant on Y&R back then. I'd always assumed that these consultant psoitions were either payback for being a scab writer during the 1988 writers strike or part of a Network deal theese writers scored.

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1 hour ago, sheilaforever said:

We have seen Y&R credits from the same time than his B&B stint and we was also credited as "consultant" there as well. I don't think Bill Bell used anything on B&B. I cannot pinpoint a single story from April-July that looked like Reilly.

 

Then again, Anne Schoettle (who is amrried to David Shaughnessy I think) was also serving as coslutant on Y&R back then. I'd always assumed that these consultant psoitions were either payback for being a scab writer during the 1988 writers strike or part of a Network deal theese writers scored.

I forgot about the 88 strike until you mentioned it. I was 12 .

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thanks @ladynerry for the photos :)

Since I am currently watching 2002 I remember someone mention that it took only a few episodes for Ridge to kiss Taylor after Caroline's death :) well Brooke and Ridge got together at the end of 2002 a few months after Taylor was shot death by Sheila :)

Btw there was a link in youtube to a hidden list of episodes from Marek Logan. I am looking for the episodes missing in the Vault from 2002, but i can not find it.

Does any of you have the link to the hidden episodes from Marek?

Thank you :)

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