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Bold & Beautiful - June 2022 Episode Counts


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June 2022 Episode Rankings
a total of 19 episodes aired this month
thanks to @jcar03 as always!

1.) Thorsten Kaye (Ridge Forrester) : 18
2.) Rena Sofer (Quinn Forrester) : 17
3.) Lawrence St. Victor (Carter Walton) : 16
4.) John McCook (Eric Forrester) : 14
5.) Annika Noelle (Hope Logan) : 12
6.) Jennifer Gareis (Donna Logan) : 10
7.) Diamond White (Paris Buckingham) : 9 
8.) Krista Allen (Dr. Taylor Hayes) : 8
*.) Naomi Matsuda (Li Finnegan) : 8
10.) Kimberlin Brown (Sheila Carter) : 7
*.) Delon de Metz (Zende Forrester Dominguez) : 7
12.) Katherine Kelly Lang (Brooke Logan Forrester) : 6

*.) Tanner Novlan (Dr. John "Finn" Finnegan) : 6
*.) Cassandra Creech (Dr. Grace Buckingham) 6
15.) Sean Kanan (Deacon Sharpe) : 5
16.) Scott Clifton (Liam Spencer) : 4
*.) Ashley Jones (Bridget Forrester) : 4
*.) Dan Martin (Deputy Chief  Baker) :4
19.) Don Diamont (Bill Spencer) : 3
*.) Dick Christie (Charlie Webber) 3
21.) Matthew Atkinson (Thomas Forrester) : 2
*.) Heather Tom (Katie Logan) : 2
*.) Ken Haines (Mike Guthrie) : 2 
24.) Darin Brooks (Wyatt Spencer) : 1
*.) Jacqueline Maclnnes Wood (Steffy Forrester Finnegan) : 1
*.) Hollis W. Chambers (Paul) : 1
*.) Henry Dinapoli (Bike Attendant) : 1
*.) Alexis Gaube (Petra) : 1







 

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Here is the yearly list for the quarter:

BOLD AND BEAUTIFUL
Year to Date
121 Episodes

1. Thorsten Kaye (Ridge Forrester) - 113
2. Katherine Kelly Lang (Brooke Logan Forrester) - 89
3. Krista Allen (Dr. Taylor Hayes) - 87
4. Annika Noelle (Hope Logan) - 84
*Jacqueline MacInnes Wood (Steffy Forrester Finnegan) - 84
6. Kimberlin Brown (Sheila Carter) - 62
7. Matthew Atkinson (Thomas Forrester) - 59
*Lawrence Saint-Victor (Carter Walton) - 59
9. Scott Clifton (Liam Spencer) - 55
10. Sean Kanan (Deacon Sharpe) - 47
11. Diamond White (Paris Buckingham) - 44
12. Rena Sofer (Quinn Forrester) - 33
13. John McCook (Eric Forrester) - 31
14. Delon de Metz (Zende Forrester Dominguez) - 23
15. Tanner Novlan (Dr. John Finnegan) - 22
16. Ashley Jones (Dr. Bridget Forrester) - 16
17. Jennifer Gareis (Donna Logan) - 15
*Naomi Matsuda (Li Finnegan) - 15
19. Don Diamont (Bill Spencer) - 10
*Dan Martin (Deputy Chief Baker) - 10
*Henry Joseph Samiri (Douglas Forrester) - 10
22. Dick Christie (Charlie Webber) - 5
*Heather Tom (Katie Logan) - 5
24. Darin Brooks (Wyatt Spencer) - 4
25. Sophia Paras McKinley (Kelly) - 3
26. Ken Hanes (Mike Guthrie) - 1
*Winsor Harmon (Thorne Forrester) - 1
*Piper Harriot (Hayes) - 1
*Jack Wagner (Dominick Marone) - 1

*Recurring guest stars are only included on the yearly list once they have appeared (or play a character)  in 25 lifetime episodes.

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16 minutes ago, dragonflies said:

OMG TN is slaying his scenes today and of course SheDevil doesn't tell Finn she's the one who shot him. That glare Finn gave her at the end, yikes!

(I think you intended to post on the July discussion thread, but it's exciting so I totally understand the enthusiasm!)

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On 7/4/2022 at 9:38 AM, jcar03 said:

Dan Martin (Lt. Baker)

He's been Deputy Chief Baker since 2018.

In his appearances from 1997 through September 2017, the character Bradley Baker was known as Lieutenant Baker.

His next appearance was in March 2018 when his promotion and new title were announced. Within the first two minutes of the March 9, 2018 episode: Detective Sanchez congratulates him on his promotion. Baker replies:
"Thank you. This is my first attempted murder investigation as Deputy Chief of Police."
Edit: Episode #7793 of March 9, 2018 =
uploaded to B&B youtube March 16, 2018.
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=27mFSLZUpbA

(on paramount plus as Season 31, Episode 120)
And the closed captioning for all his dialog lines in that episode labels his lines as "Dep. Chief Baker".

Dan Martin's IMDB reflects this change, too.

In the June 2022 episodes, the closed captioning labels(prefaces) each of his lines as just plain "Baker".

But in the June 17. 2022 episode, he answers the phone saying his name as "Deputy Chief Baker".
 

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2 hours ago, janea4old said:

He's been Deputy Chief Baker since 2018.

In his appearances from 1997 through September 2017, the character Bradley Baker was known as Lieutenant Baker.

His next appearance was in March 2018 when his promotion and new title were announced. Within the first two minutes of the March 9, 2018 episode: Detective Sanchez congratulates him on his promotion. Baker replies:
"Thank you. This is my first attempted murder investigation as Deputy Chief of Police."
Edit: Episode #7793 of March 9, 2018 =
uploaded to B&B youtube March 16, 2018.
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=27mFSLZUpbA

(on paramount plus as Season 31, Episode 120)
And the closed captioning for all his dialog lines in that episode labels his lines as "Dep. Chief Baker".

Dan Martin's IMDB reflects this change, too.

In the June 2022 episodes, the closed captioning labels(prefaces) each of his lines as just plain "Baker".

But in the June 17. 2022 episode, he answers the phone saying his name as "Deputy Chief Baker".
 

You are correct, that is how he is credited. I'll fix later.

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