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Thursday, October 30, 2008
Tuesday, October 28, 2008
* Daniel urges an unconscious Kate to fight and survive.
* Nick asks Max for help, so he can resubmit his proposal.
* Stephanie gets drunk at the Cheatin' Heart, and Philip takes her home.
* Melanie celebrates her 18th birthday.
* Sami deceives Rafael and makes a phone call to Lucas.
Thursday – Philip accuses Melanie of using Nick for money.
Friday – Nicole (Arianne Zucker, pictured) suspects that EJ framed her for the murder of Trent Robbins.
Monday, October 27, 2008
Lulu (Julie Marie Berman, pictured) makes her escape from Shadybrook.
Sam pleads with Lucky not to walk away from her.
Claudia and Anthony clash over Sonny.
Maxie persuades Jason to go to Robin’s wedding.
Olivia has some sound advice for Patrick.
Spinelli gives Robin some distressing news about Patrick.
Claudia won’t lift a finger to help Anthony.
Olivia confronts Sonny about his desire to regain power.
Robin has faith that Patrick won’t leave her standing at the altar.
Luke and Tracy set off on Scott and Laura’s trail.
Scott takes Laura on a trip down memory lane.
One moment affects Robin and Patrick’s wedding.
Luke and Laura come face to face for the first time.
Karpov makes his move to get revenge against Sonny.
Nora offers Dorian a deal she can’t refuse.
Langston has a few words to say to Clint.
Ray points an accusing finger at Vanessa.
Tess begins to carry out her nefarious plans.
Jared and Natalie are desperate to alert someone to their plight.
Rex (John-Paul Lavoisier, pictured) and Gigi realize there are no more obstacles standing in their way.
John gets a helping hand in his quest to uncover the truth.
Viki catches Todd in a lie when she questions him about Tess.
Langston supports Starr as she prepares for the birth of her baby.
Tess plans on blowing Natalie and Jared sky high.
Viki plants herself at Todd’s, refusing to leave until Tess returns.
John gets another step closer to proving that Marty is alive.
Despite her crippling pain, Tess refuses to free Natalie and Jared.
Marty can’t get the image of a baby Cole out of her head.
Tina is up to her old tricks.
David swears to make the Chandlers pay.
Amanda realizes Jake has feelings for Taylor.
Adam warns Pete he told Erica the truth about sabotaging Bella.
Emma’s kidnapper contacts Ryan and Annie.
Angie comes face to face with Natalia’s mother, Rebecca.
JR threatens to kill David if he doesn’t stay away from Little A.
Erica begs David to try and save Kendall’s life.
Annie turns to Greenlee for help.
Jake and Zach clash over Taylor and Kendall.
David doesn’t have good news for Zach and Bianca.
A touching and heartfelt ceremony begins.
David is pushed over the edge.
Frankie (Cornelius Smith Jr., pictured) takes his anger out on Jesse.
Zach remembers good times with Kendall.
If you have been watching The Bold and the Beautiful for any amount of time, you know one thing: As sure as the sky is blue, there has always been animosity between Rick and Ridge Forrester. And this week, things have really heated up.
Fans have been waiting on pins and needles to see what the straw that breaks the camel’s back would be, and now we finally know: Taylor. Rick’s portrayer, Kyle Lowder, explains: “Rick fell head over heels in love with Taylor; he dedicated his life to her. He put all of his eggs in one basket, so to speak. When he found out that she kissed Ridge and hopes for a future with him, Rick’s world came crashing down.
“He is completely and totally devastated by this, and that kind of short-circuits his emotions in his head. He is coming from a complete and total reactive point of view, rather than proactive. He’s operating purely from an emotional standpoint.”
While Rick is mad at Taylor for what has happened, there is something much deeper that has been brewing. “There are two parts of this story that are all encompassing into one main idea. Since Rick’s childhood, there have been years of animosity, hatred and issues with Ridge that are now coming to a head, where Rick blames Ridge for everything bad that has happened in his life. Ridge took away his mother, he monopolized his father’s attention and, last year, when Rick was trying to be with Phoebe, Ridge was in the middle of that.
“Now Rick has finally fallen in love with a woman that he wants to spend the rest of his life with, and there’s Ridge. Even though Taylor has been the aggressor with Ridge, Rick doesn’t want to hear that, he wouldn’t even believe it. It’s all about ‘Ridge ruined my life yet again,’ and he is like, ‘I am through with this guy. I am going to kill him.’”
When the fight between Rick and Ridge escalates to Rick falling over the railing on the rooftop, that is when the gloves truly come off.
Kyle says: “As soon as Rick comes to in the hospital, I feel he is completely in control of what he is doing, which is complete and total manipulation of everybody in trying to bring Ridge down. He’s trying to spin it that it was not an accident, that Ridge tried to kill him when Rick tried to expose him for what he really is. Rick tries to play on everybody’s sympathies. He’s going to use this occasion to try to bring Ridge down and to turn everybody in his life against him. Rick has come of age. He is emotionally and physically equal to Ridge, toe to toe, and he is going to dedicate his life now to bringing him down.”
Kyle is excited to be able to explore the different sides of Rick’s personality that nobody has really seen before. “Rick has always been the Golden Boy. This is an opportunity for me to — while respecting the history of the character — take Rick in a completely different direction, add more sides to him, make him more well-rounded and deeper.
“Nobody is just good or just bad. It’s an opinion, but I just don’t buy it. It’s important to show a well-rounded character, where you show his darkness and you show his light. I think a one-sided character, ultimately, is a boring character. This story gives me the opportunity to touch upon different sides of Rick, making him a deeper character.”
Winsor Harmon (Thorne, The Bold and the Beautiful) Bradford Anderson (Spinelli, General Hospital), Cameron Mathison (Ryan, All My Children) and Christian LeBlanc (Michael, The Young and the Restless) will be on hand for a Fan Meet and Greet on Saturday, Nov. 8 at the Seminole Hard Rock Hotel and Casino in Hollywood, Florida.
The Meet and Greet is from 1:00 p.m. to 3:00 p.m. The fee is $10.00. For more information, call (954) 327-7631. At the event, fans can register to win a trip for two on Soap Cruise 2nd Voyage, which features sixteen of the most popular soap opera actors from all eight shows. Visit www.soapcruise.com for more information.
•Paul listens to some good advice.
•Alison and Casey’s plan goes awry.
•Sage does everything she can to ruin Jack and Janet’s plans.
•Katie (Terri Columbino, pictured) fears for her marriage when Brad doesn’t believe her.
• Kay comes face-to-face with Marge. Will their relationship cause more harm than good?
• Adam (Chris Engen, pictured) realizes he should have never trusted Jack and worries their “partnership” may likely hurt him more than Victor in the end.
• After questioning Jack’s whereabouts, Sharon is furious and wonders if she’ll ever be able to trust him again.
• Just when Nick realizes Phyllis’ jealousy of Sharon is at its peak, Phyllis finds Sharon in an incriminating situation.
• Karen makes a confession to Neil, leaving him to make a life-changing decision.
· Just when Rick thinks life couldn’t get worse, it does.
· Donna is suspicious of Pam’s condition.
· Brooke is given a complicated ultimatum.
· Taylor devises a plan with her children.
· Nick (Jack Wagner, pictured) makes it clear where Katie stands in Jack’s life.