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B&B's John McCook Delivers Power Performance Of The Week!

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The Bold and the Beautiful had been can’t-miss-soap of late!

After bringing back Sheila Carter played to the hilt by Kimberlin Brown, the series finally brought out the secret that Quinn (Rena Sofer) and Ridge (Thorsten Kaye) have been making out and having goo-goo eyes for each other right behind poor Eric Forrester’s (John McCook) back.  After all, Quinn is married to the guy, and Ridge is his son.

Last week on B&B, Sheila made her move and Quinn and Ridge finally confessed all to Eric in must-see scenes.   But it was long-running cast member and soap vet, John McCook who made this all so emotionally riveting, because he played the betrayal and hurt by his wife and his son to the hilt.

Perhaps McCook’s finest moment was when he laid into Ridge, calling him “Ridge Marone” (since he is not Ridge’s bi0-dad) and how he steals all the women he has ever loved. Eric warns Quinn that she doesn’t know Ridge Marone the way he does. When he asks if the two of them slept together, they say it never happened. Nevertheless, Eric tells Quinn she betrayed him, and broke their vows.

Ridge owns up to that he is an egotistical bastard.  He finally tells Eric that he went to San Francisco, when this all started, to get Quinn to betray him, to prove that she was the wrong woman for him, but things went awry, because he realized she was a different woman then he thought.

After Ridge has to leave, because of RJ’s (Anthony Turpel) car accident, a deeply wounded Eric asks Quinn, what she got from Ridge that she couldn’t get from him? Eric asks Quinn if one kiss was worth their marriage.  Quinn can’t quite explain herself, her actions, or anything, other than falling back on that she loves Eric, and it all meant nothing. Eric tells Quinn to leave, and then a gut-punched Eric looks a the portrait of Quinn, while Sheila, who is still in the house, approaches him and places her hand on his shoulder, and then we see her embrace him from behind with that “Sheila smirk” we know and love.

Fast forward: Eric has gone MIA when Quinn and Ridge come back to the Forrester mansion to make things right with him … he is not there.  As we go into Monday, did Sheila take Eric away?

John McCook is On-Air On-Soaps choice for this past week’s power performance of the week, because as audience members he made us feel Eric’s pain and after all, nobody likes to see the good guy be put thought the ringer!

Watch a few clips of the showdown scenes between Eric, Quinn, and Ridge after the jump. Then let us know if you liked McCook’s performance as much as we did in the comment section below.

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Ray
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Ray

This show is “can’t miss.” I do not know the history, but the return of Sheila is brilliant. I also like the topical storylines like texting while driving. Thomas and Sally is the show’s super couple. I can’t wait to see Caroline’s return and hope it is permanent. Rena Sofer also turned in a powerhouse performance this past week.

Linda Rudzinski
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Linda Rudzinski

Fantastic acting by both John & Rena. This really takes this soap opera up a notch with fine acting and the addition of Kimberlin Brown. She is amazing!! Good Job!! B&B.

Iakovos
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Iakovos

I only wish the story had built with a slow burn. B&B seems to work like a telenovela anymore. I do not feel for Eric or Quinn because they have been together not even a year. Ridge has been revised to be so dopey, not dangerous or sexy. Sheila just is suddenly THERE! Her entrance was a surprise but the hurried Deacon closure and the closeness Sheila regained to the family seemed forced and unreal… even in daytime. But this does no take away from Mr. McCook who is never on screen enough for me!

Matthew Place
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Matthew Place

Wow! Good for him! Enjoying B&B right now.

Mary SF
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Mary SF

Yes, it was a great performance

James R. Poissant
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James R. Poissant

It’s definitely B&B’s turn to be the show I have to watch before I go to bed at night. I knew bringing back sheila was going to bring lots of explosives and she’s only been back a few weeks. Keep the heat up, B&B…I want a nice, hot summer with you!!!

Kevin C
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Kevin C

Totally agree with you James…B&B is reminding me of what Y&R use to be and B&B ROCKS…so loving the great drama and acting and the fantastic background music.

Frank
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Frank

So happy Sheila Carter is back, when Kimberlin Brown returned on June 9, I was so shocked and excited to see my she devil back. Let the games begin.

Mo
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Mo

John was great. Rena was FANTASTIC!

John McCook
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John McCook

Thank you, Michael et al for the compliments…Rena S., Thorston K, and Kimberlin B, all of us looked forward to to those scenes. Like so many other folks did…Happy for this story!! Tasha is, again!!

John McCook
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John McCook

Dunno who Tasha is…I think it was “Thanks again!”

rebecca1
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rebecca1

LOL…Is this THE John McCook? ( You never know without the verified check mark.) Well…if it is…love you! You are the epitome of distinguished, elegant, charming and exude such sophistication and warmth!

With that said, great episode! Eric’s hurt was palpable…wonderful performances by all.

rebecca1
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rebecca1

By the way, I love the “retro” feel to the Sheila episodes through the background music. Tres soapy!

patty
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patty

My favorite button on my remote when Shelia is on is — fast forward. She is nauseating. !!!

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‘This Is Us’ Creator, Dan Fogelman, Pens Heartfelt Farewell Letter to Viewers As Series Comes to Its Conclusion

As This Is Us concludes tonight on NBC (9 pm ET/8 pm CT) after its successful six-year run, the creator of This Is Us, Dan Fogelman, took a moment to reflect on what the show has meant to him and to the audience by penning a love letter to the show which he shared on his Twitter account.

Fogelman included in his parting words for the series: “The end of This Is Us has been a bittersweet, but lovely march for those who have worked on it. We’ve no had so many occasions to clink glasses, and give gifts, and say sentimental things to other sentimental people at a sentimental moment in time.”

He added for the viewers: “I hope tonight satisfies and leaves you thinking, and feeling, and even smiling. I hope it makes you feel as full as your response to the show has made us feel, all these years.”

In his sign-off, Fogelman expressed:  And so, from the bottom of my heart, on behalf of all of “Us” … Thank you for taking the train ride with us.  It’s been the trip of a lifetime.”

You can read Dan’s full letter/post below.

So, This Is Us fans, has the show been an incredible journey for you to watch over the last six seasons? Let us know your thoughts as we get ready to say goodbye to one of the best family drama in television history via the comment section.

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Guiding Light’s Lee Lawson Dead At 81

More loss for the Guiding Light family.  Now comes word on Monday that Lee Lawson, who played Bea Reardon on the CBS daytime drama series from 1981-1990, passed away Sunday night in Los Angeles at 81-years-old.

What makes this all the more heartbreaking is that Guiding Light and soap fans just recently mourned the loss of one of Lee’s on-screen daughter’s Lisa Brown (Ex-Nola Reardon) who died back in November of last year.

According to Lee’s dear friend, Marian-Hailey Moss via Facebook, she shared: “My down-to-earth, sassy smart and beautiful friend LEE LAWSON is telling it like it is in a better place. A fine actress and a super generous friend. I’ll meetcha there LEE!! 1941-2022❤️

In addition to her time in Springfield, Lawson also appeared in for a time in 1979 on One Life to Live in the role of Wanda Wolek and started her soap acting career on Love of Life in 1965 in the part of Barbara Sterling.

Lawson also appeared on numerous primetime television shows from Kojak to Maude and many others.

We will share more information as it comes to light on Lee’s passing.

Below check out some scenes between Bea and Nola from Guiding Light.

Share your remembrances of Lee Lawson as Bea Reardon and your condolences in the comment section below.

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Tanner Novlan Talks Surprise Return to The Bold and the Beautiful

After all the speculation, Monday’s episode of The Bold and the Beautiful confirmed what many had begun suspecting that Finn, who was shot by his mother Sheila (Kimberlin Brown) and died, wasn’t really dead after all!

Actor Tanner Novlan revealed intel about the shocking twist on a surprise appearance on today’s episode of The Talk, also kept under wraps till closer to airtime.

Novlan shared that he knew back when he was told by B&B’s EP and head writer, Brad Bell, that Finn was being killed-off t … that he was actually coming back!

Tanner expressed: “Okay, so here’s the thing. I kinda knew. Don’t be mad at me, but I was blown away at the fans’ reaction to this and ‘Sinn’ nation …  I couldn’t believe the support, but, in fact, I’m contractually obligated not to tell you guys and I felt awful about it.”

He also shared that when Steffy (Jacqueline MacInnes Wood) and Finn eventually reunite, it will be a major moment for the show and more.

The actor also revealed he and his wife, former B&B star, Kayla Ewell (Ex-Caitlin) are also expecting their second child, a boy!

Watch Tanner on The Talk below, then this week’s promo of The Bold and the Beautiful, followed by a clip from Monday’s episode where it is discovered that Li is nursing Finn back to life.

Now let us know, what do you think about the twist that Finn is alive? Comment below.

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