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B&B’s Kimberlin Brown Moves On In California Primary As Republican Nominee For House Seat


Last night in the California Primary, Kimberlin Brown (Sheila, The Bold and the Beautiful) advanced for her bid for a congressional bid in the House of Representatives.

Brown, who is going by Kimberlin Brown Pelzer, as her political name, advanced in the “Jungle Primary” in the state of California, where the top two vote-getters regardless of party affiliation move on to the general election in the state.

For Kimberlin, she came in second as the republican nominee in California District 36, where she will face off with Democratic nominee, Raul Ruiz, who received the most votes.  As of 11am PST on Wednesday, Ruiz received 54.7 % of the votes tallying 39, 527, while Brown Peltzer had 22.9% of the vote with 16,539 votes.

The district to which Brown Pelzer would be representing would include: the Palm Springs, Palm Desert, Indio, Coachella areas and other desert cities, as well as eastern Riverside county.

For more on Kimberlin’s views and political efforts you can visit her website for further info.

So, what do you think of Kimberlin moving on for the chance for a seat in congress? Comment below.

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Doesn’t look like Sheila will be seen anytime soon on B&B.

Well done, Kimberlin! Good luck in November so you can go “Full Sheila” on the DC Swamp!

Trump has pretty much over filled that swamp with his own swamp creatures and he’s the biggest swamp creature of them all. It is more corrupt, more pay to play than it has EVER been before. And you must know know this. I mean, come folks, you who supported Trump. have you woken up YET?

We woke up when “Slippery Bill” was caught red handed! Now he is out pimping a book!

And still waiting for the “#MeToo” moment he so richly deserves!

Virtual hug Shayster!

You only brought this thread up so KB could be attacked sheciscin a liberal district she is running against a Hispanic who promises the moon and the stars I love the state of California but you ought to join Mexico you are that ignorant ! KB kudos to you fighting the good fight but California is Mexico good luck

K, nail on the head! In the past, these posts lead to nothing but name calling to get traffic and THEN Mr. Fairmen stepped in and threatened to shut this down. Which way is it going to be? I try not to be cruel and make a point but I find that today half of America is STILL angry that HILL didnt get in office and the rest of us have to pay? If she was such a good candidate why wasnt there a landslide on election day? Just saying. KB, you may never act in Hollywood again but good luck in DC. Thing is, there are as many fingers there as in CA! Watch yourself.

Absolutely, Timmmbo! By the way, I sent you a “right back at ya” on the virtual hug, and it didn’t post! I also cited examples of utterly mindless, documented things that Dems have said in recent years—-including those famously attributed to the last president and veep—-in response to the notion that Antonio is the stupid one who’s lacking in mental faculties, but that didn’t make it online, either! Seems that once a premise is refuted by actual facts, it’s time to close down the discussion. Hmmmm…

Censored? THATS why I dont understand why MF posts anything political concerning Ms. Brown or Mr. Sabato Jr. Its never going to end well. All these haters will have to suck it up and tip their hats at the job Mr. Trump did in Singapore! Luv ya Shay!

You are so right, Timmm!…Yet, I still feel the urge to comment so that the pro-Trump side is represented! Yes, the Singapore Summit was a smashing success! Next stop, Stockholm, to pick up his Nobel Peace Prize! As for the man himself? Happy Birthday, Mr. President! And thank you for MAGA!

Exactamente, k/kay! And don’t think that the opposition’s strategy won’t include playing the race card. Not to mention, so much for that famous notion bandied about during the 2016 election that “There’s a special place in h#!! for women who don’t help other women!” Uh, not when the female in question is running as a Republican!!! Then all bets are off…Go Kimberlin!

Meanwhile, the tax-payers are never promised the “moon and stars”-they are only stuck with the bill!

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‘The Talk’ Renewed For 15th and Final Season to End in December; Does Its Cancellation Make Room for ‘The Gates’?

Things just got very interesting over at CBS daytime with the announcement today that The Talk is going to end its run on the network after its 15th season, and that season looks to be shortened as the series will come to its conclusion in December of 2024.

In a joint statement, Amy Reisenbach, President, CBS Entertainment and David Stapf, President, CBS Studio, shared, “The Talk broke new ground when it launched 14 years ago by returning daytime talk to CBS with a refreshing and award-winning format. Throughout the years, it has been a key program on CBS’ top rated daytime line-up as it brought timely, important and entertaining topics and discussions into living rooms around the globe.”

Reisenback and Stapf added, “It goes without saying that hosting and producing a year-round talk show is no easy task, and we express our sincere gratitude to our amazing hosts Akbar Gbajabiamila, Amanda Kloots, Natalie Morales, Jerry O’Connell and Sheryl Underwood, our Executive Producer/Showrunner Rob Crabbe and the hardworking producing team and crew.

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Giving props to those who co-hosted or worked on the show through the years including: Sara Gilbert, Julie Chen Moonves, Carrie Ann Inaba Leah Ramimi, Marissa Janet Winokur, Holly Robinson Peete, Eve, Aisha Tyler, and Sharon Osbourne, the joint statement added, “We also want to acknowledge our former show hosts and colleagues who contributed throughout the seasons. We truly appreciate the skill, creativity, and dedication everyone involved brought to the show every day.  And of course, we thank the numerous guests who appeared, and the millions of viewers who tuned in daily. For the final season, we plan to celebrate the show and give it the proper sendoff it deserves when it concludes in December 2024.”

While no firm decision or announcement has been given at this time, it seems most likely that The Talk’s time slot could be given to the new soap opera in development The Gates from CBS Studio Ventures and from longtime soap opera writer. Michele Val Jean.  As previously reported, The Gates features the lives of a wealthy Black family who reside in a posh, gated community.

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The Talk was originally the brainchild of Sara Gilbert, who had developed the show when it launched back 2010 and it replaced the beloved As the World Turns which went off the air after 54 years when CBS canceled it.

So, what do you think of The Talk being canceled? Will this make room for The Gates to begin to air in its spot beginning in 2025? Share your reactions to the news via the comment section.

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O. J. Simpson Dead at 76: Real-Life Murder Trial in Which He Was Acquitted, Changed the Trajectory of Soap Operas

Former Pro Football superstar, O. J. Simpson, who became infamous for being on trial for the murders of his former wife, Nicole Brown Simpson and her friend Ron Goldman, has passed away at the age of 76 of cancer.

Simpson’s family put out a statement sharing, “Our father, Orenthal James Simpson, succumbed to his battle with cancer. He was surrounded by his children and grandchildren. During this time of transition, his family asks that you please respect their wishes for privacy and grace.”

It was the murder trial that overtook the airwaves back in late 1994 and through most of 1995 that changed the landscape of daytime television forever, and in particular soap operas that many will recall.

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On June 12, 1994, Nicole Simpson, O.J.’s former wife, and her friend, Ron Goldman, were brutally murdered. When O.J. became the prime suspect, a wild pursuant of him by the police while in his white Ford Bronco was viewed on every network by some 95 million viewers. This June marks 30-years since the incident.

Ultimately, Simpson was charged with Brown Simpson and Goldman’s murders, though he was acquitted in what was dubbed The Trial of the Century.

The trial permeated the airwaves of every network and any time of day. Networks consistently interrupted soap operas while covering the day in and day out of the spectacle that was this star athlete and TV and film star’s trial.

With many of the soaps pre-empted on a regular basis, the public fascination of Simpson’s trial was to many better than a soap opera as it has all the ingredients. Writer Dominic Dunne noted the themes via an article in Vanity Fair of “interracial marriage, love, lust, lies, hate, fame, wealth, beauty, obsession, spousal abuse, stalking, brokenhearted children, the bloodiest of bloody knife-slashing homicides, and all the justice that money can buy.”

Because of the trial, soap operas lost a significant amount of their audiences. The murder trial went on for 11 months from November 9, 1994, to October 3, 1995.  They never were able to fully rebound as reality television became the next big thing.

O.J. Simpson is survived by four children: Arnelle and Jason, from his first marriage, and Sydney and Justin, from his marriage to Nicole Brown Simpson.

So, do you remember being frustrated that your favorite soaps could not air during the O.J. trial, or did you find the murder trial more intriuing than the soaps themselves? Comment below.

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‘Melrose Place’ Reboot in the Works with Heather Locklear, Daphne Zuniga and Laura Leighton

Looks like some of former residents of Melrose Place will be getting back together in a revival of the popular Fox primetime soap opera of the 90s.

Now comes word that original series stars, Heather Locklear, Daphne Zuniga and Laura Leighton are set to reprise their signature roles of Amanda Woodward, Jo Reynolds, and Sydney Andrews.

The project is currently being shopped and looking for a TV or streaming home and coming from CBS Studios. The new offering is written by Lauren Gussis, and in story, Melrose Place picks up years after the original series and would provide an update on the characters, one of whom may no longer be with us.

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In the premise, former residents will reunite “when one of their dearest friends dies suddenly.” However, things don’t go smoothly when old traumas, the reigniting of old romances and old resentments, and new secrets are revealed. Thus, throwing our characters into chaotic drama that’s reminiscent of the past, but with a much more modern perspective.

The original Melrose Place debuted on Fox back in 1992 and aired for seven seasons till 1999, and followed the young residents of a Los Angeles apartment complex. Locklear’s Amanda was a ruthless advertising executive. Leighton played Jane’s sister Sydney and Zuniga played photographer Jo. The cast also included: Marcia Cross, Josie Bissett, Andrew Shue, Courtney Thorne-Smith, Grant Show, Thomas Calabro, Doug Savant, Rob Estes, Brooke Langton, Lisa Rinna, Kristin Davis and Alyssa Milano.

According to Deadline, more original cast member will sign on if the show gets the green light. This is not the first time a Melrose Place reboot has made its way to television.  The CW revived the series in 2009 with a new cast which lasted only one season. However, Locklear, Zuniga and Leighton all made guest appearances.

So, do you hope a Melrose Place reboot with several of its original cast makes its way back on network TV or a streaming platform? Comment below.

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