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B&B: Brad Bell Interview

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What a hack!!!    

 

Teasing Thorne and Brooke really?!!? KKL and Harmon had IT and should have been revisited a long time ago but now, and no offense to Mr. Rademacher  but it just sounds like an excuse just to toss Brooke at some handsome foreigner playing as Thorne.  I also haaate Brooke still gets these triangle stories leftover from 1994 or something, I suppose Katie will be fighting with Brooke over Thorne by February after learning Wyatt has kissed Sally. 

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It's so sad that he's so clueless. B&B used to be such an entertaining show, and I think it would be so easy to salvage it since it has so much of it's core still intact. But Brad Bell is obviously not the one to do it, because he is creatively bankrupt.

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And to think this is the scion of the late, great Bill Bell. Clearly, he wasn't paying any attention when his father was grooming him for the position. 

 

After this interview, Brad needs to step the f-ck down and retire. Let Patrick Mulcahey and Michele Val Jean lead the show going onwards. 

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2 hours ago, Nothin'ButAttitude said:

And to think this is the scion of the late, great Bill Bell. Clearly, he wasn't paying any attention when his father was grooming him for the position. 

 

After this interview, Brad needs to step the f-ck down and retire. Let Patrick Mulcahey and Michele Val Jean lead the show going onwards. 

Would love it but unfortunately Michele doesn't want to be HW again. 

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