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THE BOLD AND THE BEAUTIFUL: Flo Is The Daughter Of Storm Logan! What Did You Think Of The Twist?


This week on The Bold and the Beautiful, the paternity of Flo (Katrina Bowden) was revealed.  While it seemed like it would turn out to be that Dollar Bill Spencer (Don Diamont) fathered another child, that would not be the case.  And, Bill was certainly the most relieved, as was Wyatt (Darin Brooks), because if that were to be true then his ex-flame would have turned out to be his sister!

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When Bill read the DNA results after asking Wyatt, while in his office, to bring up the information (interesting that they should have such access). Bill saw the DNA match was the late Storm Logan, complete with photo of GH’s William deVry (Julian) who played Storm on B&B from 2006-2008.  The CBS daytime drama juxtaposed Flo’s paternity with the Logan sisters: Katie (Heather Tom), Brooke (Katherine Kelly Lang) and Donna (Jennifer Gareis) reminiscing about their brother, and the gift Storm gave Katie after he took his own life …  for Katie would not be alive if it were not for the heart transplant she received with Storm’s heart.

Now it was all about breaking the news to a guilt-ridden Flo, who is constantly in the orbit of grieving mother Hope (Annika Noelle).  While at Forrester, Flo wants to tell Hope she is not the good person she thinks she is.  It is clear Flo wants to come clean about her part and knowledge of the baby switch; which has sent Hope’s baby Beth into the arms of Steffy (Jacqueline MacInnes) to raise her.  Hope is still unaware that her baby is alive, which is all she talks about to Flo and the connection and bond they have.

So, as timing would have it, while Hope and Flo are having a heart-to-heart, in bursts Shauna (Denise Richards), Bill, Wyatt, and Quinn (Rena Sofer).  They tell Flo they have big news and that Hope will want to hear it, too.  Shauna tells her daughter that this wonderful man, Storm Logan. is her biological father.

Wouldn’t you know?  That makes Hope and Flo cousins.  Hope thinks that is what Flo was trying to tell her.  Little does she know that her cousin is a conspirator in taking her baby.

So, what did you think of the paternity twist? Did you expect Flo to turn about to be the newest Logan on The Bold and the Beautiful, or do you think there is a twist on a twist coming and this will turn out not to be the case?  Share your thoughts via the comment section below.

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Don’t these people ever practice safe sex. This show is turning into an inner circle. If your DNA isn’t connected to a Spencer, Logan or Forrester, you can’t join the club. I think Sally and Zoe are the only ones who fit that mold. Oh I forgot, Zoe is in because she is dating a Forrester. (An adopted Forrester, but a Forrester none the less). Now please pardon my ignorance, but doesn’t it have to be a 100% match? It said only 52%. What about the other 48? I was really hoping that Bill was the father for the sole reason that I am liking the Wyatt and Sally connection. I am really not in the mood for a Wyatt, Flo, Sally back and forth for the next 50 years. I think Hope needs to turn it down a notch or two. It looked like she was on the verge of stalking Flo. I wonder if and when the truth is going to come out. Time will tell I guess. Happy viewing everybody

Zoe is dating an Avant, not a Forrester.

You are right. I forgot that his father and Maya’s father are brothers. My mistake

This was definitely a curve ball that the writers threw the fans of the show. Never in a million years would I have thought that Flo would be Storm’s daughter which in hindsight, plays beautifully into the baby switch storyline and the drama that will unfold when the truth about Beth eventually comes out.

Well, I wonder why they didnt made her Hopes sister. Deacon was a gambler, so it made much more sense if he had a ONS with Flo’s mother, in Vegas. I dont see any point in Storm being the father. He is not coming back, so where is the drama.

Being Deacons daughter would have made so much more sense. Deacon is still alive, has another son (offscreen) and is a character with enough depth and history on this show.

The character of Flo does work though, the actress is good and she brings a fresh breath of air to this show.

Ok………. I saw a group picture with the actress who plays Flo, along with the other Logan women and I noticed how much she looks like them.

Great twist. So glad Bill wasn’t the daddy AGAIN! LOL

Since it seems like Flo is Brad Bell’s new pet, and he’s trying desperately to “make Flo happen” against the wishes of most fans, it makes sense that she’s now tied to one of the show’s core families. It was also a shock that Storm, a long forgotten and barely mentioned character, is Flo’s father. It’s sad that we won’t get to see them bond, but hopefully this reveal will lead to the reveal of the baby swap soon, because that story has gotten stale.

Thank god that Flo didn’t turn out to be Bill’s daughter. Aside from the obvious ick factor regarding Wyatt, it would also be crazy to do yet another long-lost paternity reveal for Bill Spencer. He has enough of a mess to deal with already with Liam, he’s just gotten back into Wyatt’s good graces, and he’s trying to be a real father to Will.

I just don’t like that we’re getting Flo shoved down our throats constantly. She’s been on almost every episode for the last two weeks. Where is Donna’s story? Why was she placed back on contract if they aren’t going to write for her? What about Maya? She returned months ago, announced her divorce from Rick for some unknown reason, and she hasn’t been seen since. Justin also hasn’t had a story of his own basically ever, but he still hangs around. And Ingo Rademacher was treated very poorly with barely any story aside from Thorne’s quickie marriage to Katie, which ended abruptly for no reason in order to usher him out. Hopefully GH treats him better. And all this for what? So that the entire cast can prop up newbie Flo and B&B could bring Denise Richards on as yet another useless character? Thank you, next.

B&B has a pattern of doing this. New characters are brought on who dominate story for weeks or months at a time while long-standing characters are ignored. Vets get tired of it and bail, and eventually story dries up for those new characters and one of two things happen. Either the same story is repeated (the never-ending Hope/Liam/Steffy triangle) or the characters disappear/are written out (most recently Thorne, and before him Rick, Zende, Nicole and Emma).

So, with that in mind, we’ll probably have to “go with the Flo” for the next few months and eventually she’ll be sidelined too, when Brad Bell decides to tell a different story with a bunch of newer newbies.

Jimmy, I couldn’t have said it any better myself. I loved Maya’s whole family for the brief time they were on. I thought with Donna coming back, they would pair her up with Justin, or bring Marcus and Amber back with their child and we could watch Donna and Justin be doting grandparents together. But this whole thing with Flo and Hope is definitely grating on my last nerve. I guess there is going to be some huge back story created between Bill and Flo’s mother. I guess we’ll just have to wait and see. Take care and thanks for listening.

Sigh. B&B loves the twists. But the show is never so good on the then-what. There is never any long-term follow-through. I am not sure why the show has become more Logan than Forrester. I miss the fashion-centric stories and the dynamics of the original family. I see this as the addition of one more player in the endless merry-go-round of quickie crushes, marriages, and dubious parentages. Frankly, I am tired of it.

The show just repeats the same story lines bringing in the celebrity star for a couple of months before it does another variation again. Brooke, Taylor Ridge act 2000. The show needs new story lines and should make people act their ages.

The only reason this show is still on is Baby boy Brad owns it all I have not watched in months just reading recaps makes me sick now all the sudden we remember Katie has a scar? Storm was a loser too bad he is still not on the show they could have adjoining prison cells . He has insulted current and past actors on this pathetic show. All I can say is these pathetic actors who still work for him must need a pay check go into real estate or some other crap but you have no pride or respect for the genre if you continue to work for this pathetic human being

Shocked!!! But a good move. The scenes when Bill was confronted by Shauna were funny. Don is the best.

While the Logans kept saying what a noble thing Storm did, they seem to forgot that it was his fault that Katie need a heart transplant in the first place!!!

I did think it odd that Storm’s ancestry/DNA was in the system considering he died before home ancestry kits were available. And they don’t show up nice and neat they way it showed on screen, but I guess that’s TV.

I hope we have a scene of Flo listening to Katie’s heart.

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Dick Van Dyke as Days of our Lives’ Timothy Robicheaux Meets John Black’s Family

Dick Van Dyke’s guest star turn on Days of our Lives has been a huge win for the long-running soap opera. During his entire run, Van Dyke has brought so much heart to his scenes, even though the story may be often far-fetched. It’s a testament to this television icon, that even at 97-years-old, he still has the acting chops and that endearing quality that audiences have loved for decades.

Now on Days of our Lives, Van Dyke is playing Timothy Robicheaux and as it was revealed last week, Van Dyke wasn’t playing just any amnesiac war veteran mystery man, he is tied to a major Salem character!

As predicted, Van Dyke turned out to be playing the real biological father of John Black (Drake Hogestyn), and the man John has been searching for all his life.  Previously, John thought the evil Yo Ling was his bio-dad.

On Thursday’s episode, Timothy was going to meet members of his new family. So, John and Marlena (Deidre Hall) bring him home from the hospital, where “Tim” meets his granddaughter, Belle (Martha Madison) and grandson, Brady (Eric Martsolf).  Later, Paul (Christopher Sean) shows up, and so too does Paul’s boyfriend, Andrew (Colton Little).

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It is Andrew who suggests that they take a family photo, which he is happy to snap.  Throughout it all, it was heartwarming to see Van Dyke’s portrayal of a man who has lived most of his life all alone finally being reconnected to the family he lost.  There was even a moment where Timothy becomes overwhelmed with tears, and still a moment that followed between John and Timothy, where John asks him if it’s OK that he calls him “Dad!” Cue the hankies!

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If next year, Van Dyke submits himself for a Daytime Emmy in the Guest Star category, he has to be a lock!

So, what did you think of the scenes where Timothy meets Belle, Brady, Paul and Andrew, and gets to know his son, John Black just a little bit better? Has Dick Van Dyke’s performance been bringing you to tears? Share your thoughts in the comment section below.

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DAYS OF OUR LIVES: Victor Kiriakis is Laid To Rest in Tribute to John Aniston: What Did You Think of the Memorial Service?

This week, on Thursday’s episode of Days of our Lives, the long-running soap opera laid the character of Victor Kiriakis to rest, ten months after his portrayer, TV icon, John Aniston passed away.

In the final send-off, Victor’s loved ones gather for an informal funeral service just outside the Kiriakis mausoleum. Justin (Wally Kurth) reveals that Victor will be interned next to his beloved daughter, Isabella.

Several returns for this emotional occasion made this extra touching for DAYS viewers. In fact, a few of the actors that did return to the show, asked to be a part of the memorial, because of their love and respect for their time sharing scenes with Aniston. Those included: Rachel Melvin (Chelsea) and Jen Lilley (Theresa). In addition, John-Paul Lavoisier reprised his role as Victor’s son, Phillip Kiriakis, and Zach Tinker was back as Sonny Kiriakis.


We have to say, it was Tinker, Melvin, and Lavoisier’s portrayed remembrances during the service that truly tugged at the heartstrings. Each of their characters shared a bit of Victor’s history and his familial ties, ultimately revealing the devastating heartbreak they felt with his loss.

Then, there was Suzanne Rogers (Maggie). Currently celebrating her 50th anniversary with the show, Rogers effectively depicted the pain of a grieving widow who lost her other half.  When Sonny addressed Maggie at the funeral, and the love his uncle Victor had for ‘sweet’ Maggie, it made many a longtime viewer reach for the hankies.


Other characters who spoke or attended the memorial service included: Kate (Lauren Koslow), Alex (Robert Scott Wilson), Xander (Paul Telfer), Brady (Eric Martsolf), Rex (Kyle Lowder), Sarah (Linsey Godfrey), Nadia Bjorlin (Chloe), Brandon Beemer (Shawn), Martha Madison (Belle) and others. In fact, it was Justin, who captured a bit of the essence of his uncle Victor, when he shared to the guests, “I will miss that meddling.”


Following the service, there had to be one unwanted arrival, right? After the Kiriakis family returns to Victor’s mansion who should saunter in? That’s right! Vivian Alamain, played by the deliciously wicked, Louise Sorel.

So, what did you think about Days of our Lives’ memorial service for Victor Kiriakis, that concluded with a montage of memorable moments in the life of Victor as played by John Aniston with his co-stars? Share your thoughts in the comment section below.  In case you missed it, check out You Tube’s Michael Fairman recent interview with Suzanne Rogers, where she discussed: losing her on-screen partner, John Aniston, Victor’s death, and what may come next for Maggie, and more.

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Dick Van Dyke and Drake Hogestyn Deliver Heart-Tugging Scenes as Days of our Lives’ Father and Son are Reunited

On Friday’s episode of Days of our Lives, Dick Van Dyke reminded us all why he is a national treasure. At 97-years-old, he can still pull off great performances, and now he can add his role on Days of our Lives to that list.

Van Dyke had never appeared on a soap opera, previously, but due to his friendship with Drake Hogestyn (John), this once and a lifetime guest-star turn has turned into quite the memorable one.

For DAYS fans who guessed that Van Dyke’s ‘mystery man’ would turn out to be John Black’s biological father, you were correct!  In story, it now turns out the real Timothy Robicheaux is Van Dyke’s amnesiac war veteran, who formerly was being called, “Joseph Bell.”


With so many twists and turns in the life of John Black, and so many confusing stories through the years, it is revealed through a series of flashbacks that during the Korean war and while in combat, Joseph Bell’s dog tags were switched by a soldier who left him there to die.  This key piece of intel is told by Bell while sitting with Marlena in her office, along with John.  Later, John reveals a pair of dog tags around his neck, and that Bell’s real name is Timothy Robicheaux. John says “All this time, you’ve been searching for your son. Sir, your search is over.”

Marlena (Deidre Hall) tells Timothy he was lost in the VA system after he was severely wounded in the war. John didn’t know much about his upbringing, except he was born on a rural farm, and Timothy came from a farm.

As his memory is further triggered, Timothy remembers his wife’s name was Maude and she had their baby after he was lost in the war.  Timothy feels sorry for the hard life John has had to live. John informs his father that Maude died a few years ago.


With all the sorrow and the pain, they have endured in their lifetimes, John and Timothy are just so happy they have found each other, at long last. In an emotional moment, John shares all the versions of himself and identities he has had along the way, but credits Marlena and Timothy for him being the man he is today.  This is followed, by yet, another touching moment when Timothy and John hug for the first time as father and son. Timothy vows that they will never lose each other again.

Through these scenes, Van Dyke played the beats of the story so convincingly, and made us feel for this man who finally finds the son he has longed for over years.  While this brought yet another change to John Black’s history and back-story, it is a welcome one. Finally, John gets a decent man for a dad, not the evil Yo Ling, when all is said and done.

So, what did you think of the scenes between Dick Van Dyke and Drake Hogestyn as father and son, who find each other after decades of being apart? Let us know in the comment section, but first check out next week’s promo for DAYS where Timothy meets the rest of his family including his grandson, Paul Narita (Christopher Sean).

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