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Behind the Scenes of B&B’s Sheila and Taylor Rooftop Scenes (PHOTOS)

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Over the past few days, viewers of The Bold and the Beautiful have witnessed Sheila (Kimberlin Brown) wanting to jump off the hospital rooftop after killing her son, Finn (Tanner Novlan) and shooting Steffy (Jacqueline MacInnes Wood).  In her grief over Finn, Sheila is rocked to her core and it is Taylor (Krista Allen) who stumbles upon the scene trying to talk Sheila down from the ledge.

However, in a shocking turn of events, Taylor goes over the ledge instead and needs Taylor to pull her back up to safety.  Sheila does just that and Taylor is saved.  It now looks as if the women have formed a strong bond, but Taylor has no idea that Sheila is the one who shot her daughter!

In soaps, it’s always a complex day when a show tapes an outdoor or remote portion of a story, especially one that deals with someone going over the ledge of high-story building.  Leave it to the crew, directors, and producers of the soap to pull it off just right.

Check out this behind the scenes photo gallery of just what went on when Krista and Kimberlin taped the major moments for their characters.

Then let us know, what did you think of Sheila wanting to commit suicide, Taylor trying to talk her down and ultimately being the one who goes over the ledge and needs Sheila to save her life? Comment below.

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Are the two stunt doubles actually twin sisters???

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Why all this attention on Sheila and/or her portrayer? She’s an odious character with zero redeeming qualities and is not even a “fun” villain like Deacon, Nelle Benson on GH, or Ian Ward on Y&R. She’s in the Esme Prince/Diane Jenkins mode: just a headache.

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Soaphound
OMG You are so right. I can’t stand this character, no matter how many people think she’s so great.The last few days Iam yelling at the TV, what the hell is she doing in there with everyone else? She isn’t Steffy’s beloved mother-in-law. Every time she’d open her mouth, Ridge would shut her up but still allow her to stay, it was totally stupid.
Soaphound, if you celebrate Easter, have a hopping good one.

Violet Lemm
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I also can’t believe just because Sheila saved Taylor’s life that she will now become the murderer’s beastie. How utterly stupid. I can’t wait until Steffy finds out what happened and her mother tells her, “oh, honey she was just so upset because she had just killed her son when she was really trying to kill you.”

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Violet…I wasn’t watching Y&R when Taylor and Ridge were together. So I really don’t know her history. But it has been hard for me to believe Taylor is such a great psychologist since she hooked up with her family and Ridge again. And the Sheila hand hold save sorta reminded me of Carly and Nellie save that didn’t happen. Sometimes not a lot of originality between soaps.

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rose, You know that old saying, physician heal thyself? Too bad Taylor never learned that lesson in as many troubles and bad situations as she’s been in over the years. What you just said was hard for you to believe that she’d do, well it is exactly what she’d do, no surprise here.As I said, she never learns, especially the way she throws herself at Ridge. I can’t count the many times she’s been rejected by him, since the kids were very young.At least Ridge has only been with Brooke over the years but Taylor has had many men in… Read more »

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Violet…sometimes I wonder what keeps us watching our soaps. I didn’t know the history of Taylor. I wasn’t watching B&B then. But another old adage that applies is “what goes around, comes around,” and in the case of soaps again and again. So now we have to find a new or old love interest for Steffy, Sharon, and maybe Victoria. Then there is the baby switch arounds or worse. Car accidents. Coming back from the dead. I’m sure you could list some others. So I guess with the human condition it can be hard for soaps to continually be original.

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Violet, best to you on “hoppin” Sunday as well. There’s a disturbing trend here, Violet, and it’s been happening in movies and prime time since the 1980s. The public (generally–not everyone) has fallen in love with villains. It used to be just flawed heros (like Mel Gibson’s LETHAL WEAPON cop), but around the time of Hannibal Lecter and THE SILENCE OF THE LAMBS people had given it up for evil people. You can see it in slasher movies — how many people are rooting for those hapless female victims to ESCAPE? Not many. Same with ultra-violent video games; it’s all… Read more »

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Soaphound…I agree about the amount of violence being fed to us in film, tv and video games. That’s why I am not at all happy about some of the sicko trends with Sheila, Esme and Ryan being combined with violence. I really liked Downton Abbey as well. And for timeouts, for good ending stories, I will watch the Women’s/Hallmark channel. By the way I’m not seeing a lot of accountability in real life legal system and rogue politicians either for some of the things they say, do or sponsor.

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I get what you are saying. Case in point, Sonny Corinthos, need I say more?
You mentioned Downton Abby, my alltime favorite. I also love Sanditon on Masterpiece. Have you been watching that?

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Violet & Soaphound…since we like Downton Abbey you might be interested in Discovery Of Witches, one of my all time favorite series. It stars Matthew Goode who played Henry Talbot, Lady Mary’s second husband. He coincidentally plays Matthew (a little crush here) in Discovery, a great British series which ran on AMC.

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Yeah i hope sheila gets caught soon. She thinks shes untouchable.

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Soaphound…I agree about the Sheila and Esme characters. Big headaches. Hard to be a great villainess. At least Helena had personality and was entertaining no matter how bad she was.

Kay
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I think these two did a great job I hate the storyline but some great work done by both!

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Day of Days 2022: The Cast Behind The Scenes, On Stage, and With Their Fans (Photos)

Over the weekend, the popular Days of our Lives fan fest, Day of Days, held its first in-person live event since 2019.

On Saturday, stars from the beloved soap opera, currently streaming on Peacock attended the festivities at XBox Plaza at L.A. Live in downtown Los Angeles.

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Salem favorites who took part in the day included cast members: Deidre Hall, Drake Hogestyn, Jackée Harry, James Reynolds, Mary Beth Evans, Stephen Nichols, Thaao Penghlis, Leann Hunley, George DelHoyo, Wally Kurth, Judi Evans, Martha Madison, Eric Martsolf, Galen Gering, Ari Zucker, Greg Vaughan, Bryan Dattilo, Victoria Konefal, Kyle Lowder, Camila Banus, Billy Flynn, Patrika Darbo, Brandon Barash, Brandon Beemer, Robert Scott Wilson, Dan Feuerriegel, Stacy Haiduk, Paul Telfer, Linsey Godfrey, Zach Tinker, Greg Rikaart, Tina Huang, Carson Boatman, Raven Bowens, Elia Cantu, Remington Hoffman, Victoria Grace, and Abigail Klein.

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The event held some surprises for fans who came to celebrate their favorite show which just turned 57!  Not only were they privy to a special video announcement which revealed that both Kristian Alfonso (Hope) and Peter Reckell (Bo) are returning to the show on-screen in 2023, but they were able to view and get the first sneak peek of the extended winter preview of what’s to come in Salem through the holidays and into the new year.

Taking part in the cast Q&A from the stage along with the cast, was DAYS head writer, Ron Carlivati, who flew in from New York.

The day was emceed by Tony Moore, and the event included a musical performance by the ‘Days Players Band’ (DAYS stars: Wally Kurth, Eric Martsolf, Brandon Barash, and Carson Boatman).

Check out some our photo gallery of some of the moments from behind the scenes, at the autograph sessions , and from the stage with many of the most familiar faces from Days of our Lives below.

Now, let us know, who would you be most excited to meet in-person if the cast was to come to your town? Share your thoughts in the comment section.

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The Bold and the Beautiful Celebrates ’30 Years of Sheila Carter’ (Photos)

It’s hard to believe it’s been 30 years since Sheila Carter (Kimberlin Brown) arrived in Los Angeles from Genoa City and somehow continued her villainess and evil ways taking aim at a new family, the Forresters, and terrorizing those they loved all along the way.

Yesterday, in a very special on set celebration (which also marked the first-time press could return to The Bold and the Beautiful sound stages since the Covid-19 pandemic began), the CBS daytime drama saluted Sheila’s portrayer, the one and only Kimberlin Brown.

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Complete with rapid fire and entertaining speeches from: B&B’s executive producer and head writer, Brad Bell, producer, Ed Scott, plus Kimberlin’s B&B castmates Katherine Kelly Lang (Brooke) and John McCook (Eric), the event also saw many of the cast in attendance singing the praises of Brown’s Sheila and paying tribute to her soap legacy including: Annika Noelle (Hope), Lawrence Saint-Victor (Carter), Heather Tom (Katie), Sean Kanan (Deacon), Jennifer Gareis (Donna), Matthew Atkinson (Thomas), Tanner Novlan (Finn) and Ken Hanes (Mike).

A special treat was served to all those in attendance … chocolate covered toes! It was a  very clever nod to the story point where Sheila cut off her own toe to make it look as if a bear ate it, to throw off the police and let everyone believe she was dead.

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When it was time for Kimberlin to address the media, and the cast, crew and executives in attendance she shared: “I remember the first time I read for the role of Sheila Carter, and I will never forget Ed Scott walking out into the room and looking at me and saying,I want you to think Kathy Bates in Misery … and there is nothing wrong that you can do and no boundaries that you cannot push,’ and to have that kind of freedom going into a reading full of producers and writers, directors. … it was just an amazing moment.  Coming to ‘Bold and the Beautiful’ that was an incredible moment in my life.  I literally got a call from Bill Bell on set at Y&R saying, “I have written this character that I have come to love into a corner … and I’m either going to have to kill your character off or I am going to have to send you away for a long time before I can bring you back again.  He said, ‘Can anybody hear you?’ And I had happened to be in the booth and I said ‘Yes’.  He said, ‘OK, then you cannot answer me, but ‘yes’ or ‘no.’  I said “OK’.  He said, ‘Well, ‘Bold and the Beautiful’ is in Los Angeles.’  He said, ‘How would you feel about leaving Genoa City and traveling to L.A.’  I said, ‘Uh-huh, then he said, ‘Well, you would be Sheila on The Bold and the Beautiful.  Would you be happy with that?’  And I said, ‘Oh, yes! Very much so.'”

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Brown added: “When I did that very first scene with Eric (John McCook), interviewing for the company nurse, I knew my life was about to take a change, and that it gave my character a chance to be something new, something she hadn’t been before.  I find that every single time I come back and play her Brad (Bell).  You give me credit for the expansion of this character, and where she is and where she’s going, but I can’t do that without Brad.  He has truly stepped into some enormous shoes and you have filled them beautifully.  I am so blessed to work with such a talented group of people. It’s so neat to see the new generation coming up as well, and be a part of their storylines and lives as well, and the way everything is intermixed. I can’t wait to see where Sheila is going next, because I think I am finally at a point in my life where I have really found my happiness.”

B&B plans a very special Halloween episode airing next Monday on October 31st centering around the 30 years of Sheila and you can check out that promo here.

Check out our photo gallery below featuring some of the backstage and on set moments from B&B’s Sheila Carter/Kimberlin Brown celebration, and be on the lookout for interviews from the event in the days ahead.

Then let us know, what has been your favorite Sheila storyline on B&B over the past 30 years … and post your kudos and well-wishes to Kimberlin for a job well-done via the comment section.

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49th Annual Daytime Emmy Awards Winners Circle (Photos)

Friday night at the 49th Annual Daytime Emmy Awards, the night’s big winners in daytime drama, talk shows and more, shared their first moments of their victories in the press room where they were greeted by the paparazzi, journalists and electronic media outlets from around the country.

Getting their first snaps with Emmy gold were General Hospital winners: Frank Valentini (Drama Series), Nicholas Alexander Chavez (Younger Performer), Jeff Kober (Supporting Actor), Kelly Thiebaud (Supporting Actress) along with Allison Reames Smith and Phideaux Xavier (Directing Drama Series).

Days of our Lives was represented with a win for Ron Carlivati and his writing team, while The Bold and the Beautiful long-running cast member, John McCook finally received the Lead Actor top prize, while The Young and the Restless’ Mishael Morgan made Daytime Emmy-history taking home the gold in the Lead Actress category.  Talk show host, Tamron Hall celebrated her win as well.

Take a look at some of those moments in our ‘Winners Circle’ Photo gallery below.

Now, let us know, which of these winners were you most happy to see receive a gold statuette? Share your thoughts in the comment section.

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