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The Bold and the Beautiful

Current B&B intertitle, used since July 2, 2004
GenreSoap opera
Creator(s)William J. Bell and Lee Phillip Bell
Senior cast member(s)Susan Flannery
Katherine Kelly Lang
John McCook
Ronn Moss
Hunter Tylo
Country of originUnited States
No. of episodes5,739
(as of January 26, 2010)
Executive producer(s)Bradley Bell
Head writer(s)Bradley Bell
Michael Minnis
Kay Alden
DistributorBell-Philip Television
Running time30 minutes (including commercials)
Original channelCBS
Original runMarch 23, 1987 – present
External links
Official website

The Bold and the Beautiful (often abbreviated to B&B) is an American television soap opera created by William J. Bell and Lee Phillip Bell for CBS. It is currently the only American soap opera with a running time of 30 minutes, and the only one to simulcast in Spanish utilizing SAP technology for Spanish language viewers in the United States.

Set in Los Angeles, California, the show centers around the Forrester family and their fashion house business Forrester Creations. The program features an ensemble cast, headed by its longest-serving actors Susan Flannery as Stephanie Forrester, John McCook as Eric Forrester, Katherine Kelly Lang as Brooke Logan, and Ronn Moss as Ridge Forrester. B&B is also a sister show to the Bells' other soap opera The Young and the Restless, as several characters from each of the two shows have crossed over to the other since the early 1990s.

Since its premiere on March 23, 1987, the show has become the most-watched soap in the world with an audience of an estimated 26.2 million viewers.[1] As of 2009, it continues to hold on to the second placed position in weekly Nielsen Ratings for daytime dramas. B&B has also won thirty-one Daytime Emmy Awards, including one for Outstanding Drama Series in 2009.


Plot and history

Background of the Forrester family

Stephanie Douglas, a strong-willed woman, daughter to a rich family, met her husband-to-be Eric Forrester, who aspired to become a fashion designer, while they both studied at Northwestern University in Chicago, Illinois. The young lovers hurried to get married after Stephanie became pregnant. They moved to Los Angeles, California, where they established Forrester Creations, designing and producing upscale men and women's fashion, based on Eric's designing talent and Stephanie's financial funding. While winning international recognition, fame, and wealth with their work, the couple managed to raise four children in a happy and caring environment, including elder son Ridge, brother Thorne and younger sisters Kristen and Felicia. It was discovered years later, when the children were all adults, that Stephanie's elder son, Ridge, was actually the biological child of Massimo Marone.

Start and development of the series

The pilot episodes of the show focused on the preparations of the wedding of the Forrester's eldest son, Ridge, to Caroline Spencer, the daughter of the media mogul Bill Spencer. At this time Ridge has already become a fashion designer and vice president of Forrester Creations. Many media outlets throughout the world, from the big television networks to the most honorable newspapers, to the last gossip newspapers publicize their wedding, declaring it as "the wedding of the year in the fashion world." Thousands of women see the pictures of Ridge in the newspapers and speculate on the identity of the woman who has won the heart of the man who has, until recently, been a playboy, and who has refused to settle for one woman.

One of these women is a chemistry student named Brooke Logan, who comes from a working class family and who lives with her single mother Beth, her siblings Storm, Donna and Katie at a typical American home at the San Fernando Valley in the city of Los Angeles. In an ironic twist of fate, Beth was Eric's college girlfriend before he married Stephanie. Brooke's life soon became a key element in the series. Originally from a middle-class background, her love affair with Ridge set up much of the storyline beginning in the first season. Every so often, Ridge and Brooke reunite only to break up due to circumstances, and Ridge invariably finds comfort (in most cases, this would lead to marriage) with another love of his life Dr. Taylor Hayes. In addition, the rivalry between Ridge's mother Stephanie and Brooke has played a key role in the drama since its inception. Following one of her breakups with Ridge, Brooke married his father Eric, who was already divorced from Stephanie. Brooke gave birth to two of Eric's children. They eventually divorced and Eric reconciled with Stephanie. Likewise, Brooke and Ridge resumed their pattern of an on-again-off-again relationship, in-between Brooke's relationships with other men and Forrester family members, and Ridge's multiple reunions with Taylor.


Pre launch logo for The Bold and the Beautiful, used in promos.

For many years Spectra Fashions was Forrester's main rival, headed by Sally Spectra. Sally, a larger-than-life character with outrageous clothes and a sizable red coiffure, helmed both comedic and dramatic storylines, with the help of ditzy receptionist Darla Einstein and fashion designer Clarke Garrison. Though at first Sally and Stephanie Forrester were bitter enemies, in later years they developed a friendship; Sally even went to work at Forrester Creations after she finally made the decision to shut down her own company.

Sally's daughter Macy Alexander, a singer, underwent many traumas, most notably alcoholism. Having an on-again-off-again marriage to Thorne Forrester, whom she eventually lost to Brooke, Macy went abroad into hiding with her father Adam. After being discovered in Italy, Macy relocated back to Los Angeles where she reunited with Thorne Forrester before developing an interest in fellow recovering alcoholic, Deacon Sharpe, whom she married. Weeks later, Macy was gravely injured at a nightclub where she was headlining as a singer. She went into a coma and it was implied that her family pulled the plug off-camera.

In recent years, the Spectra family and friends have been supplanted by the introduction of Massimo Marone and his entourage. Marone, a billionaire shipping magnate who was a childhood friend of Stephanie dated her in college. They slept together once just before Stephanie first slept with Eric Forrester, and after forty-something years, a medical crisis revealed Massimo was Ridge's biological father. Shortly thereafter, Jacqueline Payne, a former lover of Massimo, arrived on scene and announced that her son, Dominick "Nick" Payne, a captain at Marone Industries, was also fathered by Massimo. Unlike Ridge, Nick wasn't a businessman and also changed his name to Marone.

Theme song and title sequence

The theme song of B&B, "High Upon This Love," was written by Jack Allocco and David Kurtz. A saxophone is played by well known saxophonist Eric Marienthal. From November 1998 to July 1999 in the United States, a vocal version of the theme song performed by Dionne Warwick was played during the end credits.

The title sequence for the first seventeen years was designed by Wayne Fitzgerald. It featured still photos of the show's current cast members interspersed with photos from fashion shoots. The sequence ends with a spool of pink fabric unrolling while the title "THE BOLD AND THE BEAUTIFUL" in black 1920's style Huxley Vertical font zooms out the white area revealed by the roll (with the letters being from in a disarranged to a rearranged order). The theme tune was tweaked slightly through the years, and the cast photos were replaced occasionally.

On July 2, 2004, the theme was revamped to go along with a completely revamped title sequence, featuring a "B&B" monogram logo above the show's title and video headshots of the current contract players (accompanied by the character name and since 2005, the actor's name). Recurring actors are rarely added to the opening. Most of the cast members are dressed in either black or gray in these opening shots. Four versions are used, the full open with the cast video headshots, a shortened open with the cast video headshots, and two without the cast video headshots. Three out of the four title sequences open with a mock magazine cover which morphs into a photo shoot. The fourth open was added in December 2005 and is the shortest opener currently on B&B.


The show typically uses the traditional soap opera look, featuring constructed sets such as the Forrester Mansion, the Shady Marlin, and the Forrester Creations offices.

In recent times, the show has increased shooting on location, in the way fellow CBS soap Guiding Light did in its final two years. Many of the characters have taken trips to the fictional "Bikini Beach" which is actually a nearby California beach, and there have been scenes around the Forrester Creations building which appear to be shot somewhere on the CBS lot.


The Bold and the Beautiful broadcast history

  • March 23, 1987–present: 1:30-2:00pm (12:30-1:00pm Central)

Ratings history

When it debuted, The Bold and the Beautiful replaced Capitol in the CBS Daytime lineup and also took its eighth place in the final year ratings (oddly enough, .4 ratings points ahead of Capitol, which it had replaced). However, B&B aired at 1:30 p.m. ET following The Young and the Restless, while canceled soap Capitol had aired an hour later at 2:30 pm ET. Initially CBS' lowest-rated soap, its numbers were still respectable (reflecting the strength and consistency of the CBS daytime lineup) and began to climb. By 1993, after a successful crossover involving villain Sheila Carter from Y&R, it had climbed to third. By the mid-to-late 1990s, following yet another crossover (this time involving Sheila's nemesis Lauren Fenmore) it moved up to second and since has consistently remained there.

Some CBS affiliates such as KFMB-TV in San Diego, WINK-TV in Fort Myers, Florida, and KOTV in Tulsa, Oklahoma have moved the show to the morning in order to expand their local midday newscasts to an hour.

Throughout the 2000s, B&B and all the other remaining network daytime dramas have witnessed a steady erosion of viewers, mainly due to vastly altered viewing habits induced by cable networks and alternative genres such as reality, court shows, and talk shows on minor network affiliates.


The show has enjoyed success by focusing on telling stories involving the core Forrester family, in particular sticking to a core group of characters: Stephanie, Eric, Brooke, Ridge, Taylor, Thorne, Macy and in recent years, Nick. However, the show has been criticized at times for not having a well-developed "B" storyline and for, at times, overexposing the core characters. Unlike other US soaps currently on the air, it is not uncommon for B&B to devote entire shows or even a week's worth of shows to a single storyline.


The show has also been criticized for the sometimes breakneck speed in which it changes storylines, in particular with changes in romantic pairings. It is important to note that although the show is sometimes criticized for rapid changes, several leading soap critics, including Carolyn Hinsey, have lauded the show for knowing when a story isn't working, and changing or ending the story as a result (such as the 2003 romantic story involving Bridget and Ridge). It is, however, disconcerting that storylines are sometimes dropped without any kind of resolution.


Recasting is an ongoing fixture on the show. In the show's 20 year history, many characters have been played by two or more actors, often leading to a viewer backlash. One such instance was the 2004 recast of Bridget Forrester from Emmy-winner Jennifer Finnigan to relative newcomer Emily Harrison. Viewers did not adjust well to the new Bridget and Harrison was soon downgraded to recurring status. The mistake was rectified later that year when former The Young and the Restless star Ashley Jones stepped into the role. Jones has consistently remained with the show since. B&B has also had many other successful recasts, such as Winsor Harmon's Thorne Forrester, Lesli Kay's Felicia Forrester and Patrick Duffy's Stephen Logan. The recast of Rick Forrester from Emmy-winning Justin Torkildsen to ex-Days of our Lives star Kyle Lowder in 2007 met a mixed reaction from fans. It was announced in July 2007 that Nancy Sloan was being replaced by three-time Emmy winner Heather Tom; Tom is famous for portraying Victoria Newman on Y&R from 1991 - 2003. Tom is now on B&B as Katie Logan, the younger sister of Brooke and Donna Logan. Tom first aired on August 30, 2007. In December 2007, Tom, who had only signed a three-month deal initially, renewed her contract through 2011.

Near incestuous relationships

Finally, the relatively small cast has led to many romantic pairings and love triangles involving family members and in-laws. Some of the most controversial ones have been:

  • The romantic attraction shared between Ridge and his former half-sister/stepdaughter Bridget (Eric and Brooke's daughter)
  • The romantic attraction shared by Rick and his former half-nieces Phoebe and later Steffy and their mother Taylor.

Though the characters were not biologically related, this had not been established on the show until the 2001 reveal of Massimo being Ridge's biological father. Additionally, many of the show's storylines have featured siblings or a parent/child in love with and/or competing for the affections of the same character.

The character of Brooke has famously had romantic entanglements with several members of the same family:

  • A long-running romance with Ridge Forrester, which has led to several marriages and son RJ (Ridge Jr.)
  • A previous marriage to Nick. Nick was Brooke's fiance. After breaking up with Brooke he married her daughter Bridget. After miscarrying their child, Bridget let Nick go so that he could marry Brooke. Then it was revealed that it was a part of Bridget's plan to get Nick to get Brooke "out of his system". Of course it backfired. Since Nick has always loved Brooke.
  • A previous marriage to Ridge's half-brother Thorne.
  • A previous marriage to Thorne's father Eric, that produced two children (Rick and Bridget).

Taylor Hayes also had relationships with men belongs to same family, Ridge, Thorne and Eric Forrester. Her fling with Eric was brief though since Stephanie Douglas was already in Eric's bed when Taylor came to profess her love to Eric and spend the night together. She married Nick, Ridge's half brother. But it didn't last cause Nick was still in love with Brooke. She also had a relationship with Brooke's son Rick, her daughter's ex lover and first love. She dumped Rick to chase Ridge. Taylor had a one night stand with Brooke's father and she was involved with Brooke's brother, Storm Logan in the past.

Brooke is the mother of Jack, with Bridget's second husband Nick.


Current cast members

Justin BaldoniGraham Darros2010–
Texas BattleMarcus Forrester2008–
Brandon BeemerOwen Knight2008–
Drew Tyler BellThomas Forrester2004–2006, 2007, 2008, 2009–
Sarah Joy BrownSandy Sommers2009–
Zack ConroyOliver Jones2010–
Don DiamontBill Spencer2009–
Lesley-Anne DownJacqueline M. Knight2003–
Susan FlanneryStephanie Forrester1987–
Jennifer GareisDonna Logan Forrester (#2)2006–
Winsor HarmonThorne Forrester (#3)1996–
Rick HearstWhipple Jones2002, 2009–
Ashley JonesBridget Forrester Marone (#4)2004–
Katherine Kelly LangBrooke Logan Forrester1987–
Kyle LowderRick Forrester (#4)2007–
Kimberly MatulaHope Logan2010–
John McCookEric Forrester1987–
Alley MillsPamela Douglas2006, 2007, 2008, 2008–
Ronn MossRidge Forrester1987–
Aaron D. SpearsJustin Barber2009–
Heather TomKatie Logan Spencer (#2)2007–
Hunter TyloDr. Taylor Hayes1990–1994, 1994–2002, 2004, 2005–
Jack WagnerDominick Marone2003–
Jacqueline MacInnes WoodSteffy Forrester (#2)2008–

Recurring cast members

Ian BuchananDr. James Warwick
Jim J. BullockSerge
Andrew CollinsJarrett Maxwell
Patrick DuffyStephen Logan
Bryan GenesseRocco Carner
Jacqueline HahnDr. Caspary
Mykel Shannon JenkinsDet. Charlie Baker
Lesli KayFelicia Forrester
Dan MartinLt. Brad Baker
Todd McKeeJake Maclaine
Daniel McVicarClarke Garrison
Edward and James NigborJack Marone
Robin RikerBeth Logan
CeCe TsouBrio
Stephanie WangMadison
Sean WhalenCarl Ferret

Deceased cast members

ActorCharacterDate of Death
Michael FoxSaul FeinbergJune 1, 1996
Lesley WoodsHelen LoganAugust 2, 2003
Tim ChoateTommy BaylandSeptember 24, 2004
James DoohanDamon WarwickJuly 20, 2005
Michelle DavisonRuthanne OwensApril 2, 2006
Darlene ConleySally SpectraJanuary 14, 2007

Notable former cast members

Agnes BrucknerBridget Forrester (#1)1997–1999
Sabrina BryanAlisa Cordova2002
Kayla EwellCaitlin Ramirez2004–2005
Jennifer FinniganBridget Forrester (#2)2000–2004
Joanna JohnsonCaroline Spencer
Karen Spencer
1987–1990, 2001
1991-1994, 2009
Lauren KoslowMargo Maclaine Lynley1987–1992, 2002
Lorenzo LamasHector Ramirez2004–2006
Mario LopezDr. Christian Ramirez2006
Lindsay PriceMichael Lai1995–1997
Lark VoorhiesJasmine Malone1995–1996
Maitland WardJessica Forrester1994–1996
Chris Warren Jr.Jimmy Ramirez2004–2005
Ashley TesoroKimberly Fairchild1998–2001
Betty WhiteAnn Douglas2006–2009
Jacob YoungRick Forrester (#1)1997-1999

Notable celebrities who have appeared


There have been several crossovers between The Bold and the Beautiful and its sister show, The Young and the Restless:

There have also been crossovers with The Price Is Right.

  • 2008
    • The Price Is Right: Bridget Forrester (Ashley Jones) makes an appearance during the Showcase to offer a contestant a spot as an extra for a segment. The contestant won the Showcase.
      • Immediately after the contestant won, she was whisked away to Studio 31 for hair, makeup, and wardrobe before taping her segment.
  • 2009
    • The Price Is Right: Dominick Marone (Jack Wagner) interrupts taping of Price (which is taped in the Bob Barker Studio; B&B is taped next door in Studio 31) on March 6. Wagner talks to Carey about soap appearances and "crashes" the taping. At the end of the show, a Marone-themed Showcase is presented.
    • The Bold and the Beautiful: Donna Logan (Jennifer Gareis) and Pam Douglas (Alley Mills) take a trip to The Price is Right in June, and to their surprise Donna becomes a contestant, ultimately winning both showcases.
    • The Price Is Right: Dominick Marone (Jack Wagner) and Bridget Forrester (Ashley Jones) appear together on June 19 to model wedding attire during a special "Ultimate Wedding Shower" edition of The Price is Right.

Writing, producing and directing team

Executive producer(s)
Head writers
  • March 23, 1987–1994: William J. Bell
  • 1994–2002: Bradley Bell
  • 2002–2004: Bradley Bell (head), John F. Smith (co-head)
  • 2004–January 21, 2008: Bradley Bell
  • January 22, 2008–February 4, 2008: Rhonda Friedman [1](due to WGA strike)
  • February 5, 2008–April 15, 2008: Kay Alden
  • April 16, 2008–present: Bradley Bell (head), Michael Minnis (co-head), Kay Alden (co-head)
Current writing team
Current producing/directing team

Broadcasts outside the United States

  • In Portugal, B&B airs from 2.00pm to 3.00pm weekdays on RTP1.
  • In Australia, B&B begain airing in 1988 on Network Ten. In 1996 it was removed from its original 1pm timeslot and began airing at 4.30pm. This was a controversial move as the late afternoon timeslot called for some episodes to be edited in order to retain a G classification. Despite this, B&B remained in the 4.30pm slot for the next 12 years. In December 2008, Australia became the first country outside of the Middle East to screen B&B in a primetime slot as Ten moved the show to 6pm.[citation needed] However on the 19th of January the show moved back to its 4:30 timeslot.
  • In Austria, B&B does not air any longer, neither on ORF nor on ATV.
  • In Belgium, B&B airs in on weekdays at 6.00pm on VijfTV. It is also available through Video On Demand, a world premiere, because of the popularity of the show in Flanders.
  • In Belgium, B&B airs in on weekdays at 7.00pm on Digital One. At Saturday, Digital have 'De week van B&B' or 'The week of B&B' at 20.00 on Digital Hollywood. Its also available on Digital Just Missed
  • In Botswana, B&B airs an episode from 10.20pm to 10.50pm weekdays on BTV.
  • In Bulgaria, B&B airs in double episodes from 10.15 am to 11.00 am weekdays on BNT 1.The episodes are 3 years behind the USA.
  • In Canada, B&B airs from 1:30pm to 2:00pm ET weekdays on CTV, simultaneously with CBS. It also airs in double episodes from 3.58pm to 4.52pm ET on weekdays in French on TVA, with the title Top modèles. The French episodes are 3–4 years behind the US.
  • In Egypt, B&B airs on Dream 1 at 21:00, and on National Television 2 at 23.00
  • In Estonia, B&B airs from 17.00 pm to 17.55 pm weekdays on TV3.[Two series in a row]
  • In Falkland Islands B&B airs from Mondays to Fridays from 2:00pm to 2:30pm and omnibus Sundays afternoons at 12:00pm on Falkland Islands Television Service.
  • In Finland, B&B airs an episode from 5.00pm to 5.30pm weekdays on MTV3.
  • In France, B&B airs an episode from 9.30am to 10.00am weekdays on France 2. Episodes are 2 years and 1 month behind the US.
  • In Germany, B&B aired in double episodes from 11.15am to 12.00am weekdays on ZDF. The show got canceled in December 2008 due lack of episodes to air. A return is scheduled for March 2010.
  • In Greece, B&B airs an episode from 3.30pm to 4.00pm weekdays on ERT3. Episodes are 9 months behind the US.
  • In Iceland, B&B airs everyday at 09:00 and 17:28hrs and on Saturdays 12:30 to 13:50hrs on Stöð 2
  • In India, B&B airs an episode from 3.00 pm to 3.30 pm weekdays on Star World.
  • In Italy, B&B airs from 1.40pm to 2.10pm weekdays on Canale 5. Episodes are 8 months behind the US. The title for the Italian edition is simply "Beautiful".
  • In Kenya, B&B airs an episode from 10.20pm to 10.50pm weekdays on KBC.
  • In Jamaica,"B&B" was aired on Television Jamaica from Monday to Friday from 11:00pm to 11:30pm and rebroadcast Monday to Friday from 5:30am to 6:00am, it was 11 years was aired on TVJ behind the United States.
  • In Latvia, B&B airs from 5.15pm to 6.00pm weekdays on LTV1. (2 episodes per day)
  • In Luxembourg, B&B airs from 6.05pm to 6.30pm weekdays on RTL9.
  • In Malaysia, B&B airs an episode from 3.30 pm to 4.00 pm weekdays on RTM2. Repeats everyday from 1.30am to 2.00am. It has previously aired on Star World
  • In The Netherlands, B&B airs an episode from 4.45pm to 5.05pm on Monday, Tuesday and Wednesday on SBS6.
  • In Poland, B&B airs in double episodes weekdays from 4.00pm to 4.50pm on TVP1. Episodes are about 3 years behind the US.
  • In Romania, B&B airs from 2:30pm to 3:00pm ET weekdays on Prima TV as "Dragoste si Putere" ("Love & Power"). Episodes are 2 years and 8 months behind the US.
  • In Serbia, B&B aired briefly in 2006 on Fox; it used to air weekdays in double episodes from 6pm to 7pm. It was later moved to an early morning timeslot, and was canceled soon afterwards.
  • In South Africa, B&B airs an episode from 6pm to 6.30pm weekdays on SABC1. Episodes are about 1 year behind that of the USA.
  • In Sweden, B&B airs from 5.40 pm to 6.05 pm weekdays on TV4 Plus. Episodes are about 4 months behind that of the USA.
  • In Switzerland, B&B airs an episode from 6.10pm to 6.35pm weekdays and is shown again on 8.50am to 9.10am the following day on TSR1. Episodes are about 1 year behind that of the USA.
  • In Tuvalu,B&B airs on Mondays to Friday from 6:30pm to 7:00pm on Television Tuvalu.
  • In the United Kingdom, B&B airs on Diva TV which currently airs two episodes weekdays at 7.00am, repeated twice - 11.00am and 5.00pm.

B&B in other languages

  • Portuguese Malha de Intrigas
  • Arabic الجريء و الجميلات
  • Bulgarian Дързост и красота Episodes are air in 2007(Audacity and Beauty)
  • Czech Báječní a bohatí (Fabulous and Rich)
  • Dutch Mooi en Meedogenloos (Beautiful and Ruthless)
  • English The Bold and the Beautiful (In the USA, Australia, Canada, the UK and New Zealand)
  • French Amour, Gloire et Beauté (France) / Top Models (Belgium, Luxembourg & Switzerland) / Top Modèles (Quebec)
  • German Reich und Schön (Rich and Beautiful) / Fashion Affairs in the 1. Season
  • Greek Τόλμη και Γοητεία (Boldness and Charm)
  • Hebrew היפים והאמיצים (The Beautiful and the Bold)
  • Japanese ボールド・アンド・ザ・ビューティフル
  • Latvian Hameleonu rotaļas (Chameleons' games)
  • Polish Moda na sukces (Fashion for Success)
  • Russian Дерзкие и красивые / The Audacious and Beautiful
  • Serbian Одважни и лепи
  • Spanish "Belleza y Poder" / "Los Forrester"
  • Swedish Glamour (Sweden), De vackra och de djärva (Finland)


A "Fan Favorites" set has been released in Netherlands (region 2), France (region 2) and Australia (region 4).
While the Australian version is a 5-disc set, European versions are 3-disc set but with both English and local dubs.
A second "Fan Favorites" set has been released 2009 with most of the weddings.The French version is a 3-disc set with only French dub.

Ep #ContentAdditional featuresRelease dates
Best-of #1
  • The first episode
  • Ridge and Brooke meet
  • Sally and Clarke's near wedding
  • Stephanie's loss of memory
  • Brooke's hostile takeover of Forrester Creations/Macy's intervention
  • Brooke and Ridge's first wedding (2 episodes)
  • Jessica's kidnapping
  • Costume Ball after Ridge shot Grant
  • Forresters on their way to Italy/Sally and Lauren's plane ride from hell
  • Taylor admits to being pregnant with Ridge's baby
  • Brooke's Bedroom line revealed
  • The Forresters in Venice
  • Macy's first "death"
  • Deacon sleeps with Bridget
  • Brooke and Taylor's shooting
  • Macy's return in Portofino
  • Sally gives Stephanie a hair cut
  • Ridge is presumed dead in a furnance
  • R.J.'s birth (2 episodes)
  • "Ten Questions" with Ronn Moss
  • "Ten Questions" with Katherine Kelly Lang
  • John McCook Fan mail
  • Jack Wagner Shady Marlin Tour
  • Lesley-Anne Down Monte Carlo (photo shoot)
  • Drew Tyler Bell Monte Carlo
  • "Ten Questions" with Jennifer Gareis
  • "Ten Questions" with Jack Wagner
  • "Ten Questions" with Ashley Jones
  • 2006 Cast Photo (Ashley Jones interviews the cast)
  • 2007 Cast Photo
  • Behind the scenes: 5000th episode
  • 20th Anniversary Party
  • "Ten Questions" with William deVry
  • "Ten Questions" with Kyle Lowder
  • "Ten Questions" with Heather Tom
Best-of #2
  • Ridge and Caroline's aborted wedding (2 episodes)
  • Ridge and Caroline's real wedding
  • Ridge and Taylor's first wedding
  • Sheila and Eric's wedding (4 episodes)
  • Omar and Taylor's wedding (2 episodes)
  • Grant and Brooke's wedding
  • Ridge and Taylor's second wedding
  • Stephanie and Eric's wedding
  • Amber and Rick's second wedding
  • Thorne and Macy's surprise wedding
  • Bridget and Deacon's second wedding
  • Brooke and Whip's wedding
  • Macy and Lorenzo's wedding
  • Macy and Deacon's wedding
  • Brooke and Ridge's second wedding
  • Brooke and Ridge's third wedding
  • Ridge and Taylor come back together (2 episodes)
  • Nick and Bridget's aborted wedding (2 episodes)
  • Felicia and Dante's aborted wedding
  • Taylor and Nick's wedding
  • "Ten Questions" with Winsor Harmon
  • "Ten Questions" with Brandon Beemer
  • "Ten Questions" with Lesli Kay
  • Hunter Tylo's fake dressing room
  • Interview of Jack Wagner
  • Interview of Ashley Jones
  • Interview of Jennifer Gareis


Emmy Awards

TV Soap Golden Boomerang Awards

See also


External links


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