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THE BOLD AND THE BEAUTIFUL: Thomas’ Turn To The Dark Side Is Getting Creepier! What Is His Next Move?

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Leave it to Matthew Atkinson to play a bad boy, a very bad boy on daytime,  Last time on Y&R, the character he played became unhinged when he played Austin, the cameraman on Y&R and was involved in a murder storyline there as well!  Now on The Bold and the Beautiful as an evil Thomas Forrester, things took, and will continue to take, a drastic turn on all-new episodes of the CBS Daytime drama this week.

Last week, Thomas ran Emma (Nia Sioux) off the road in order to keep her from telling Hope (Annika Noelle) that her daughter Beth was really alive.  An ominous and creepy Thomas looked happy with himself when looking over the embankment of the crashed car.

Then, in the latest B&B promo from CBS Daytime (watch it below), Thomas is buying a”stash'” of drugs from his less than-up and up friend, played by Joe LoCicero.  Meanwhile, are people getting wind of just how “off the rails” Thomas has become?

Add to that that the series promises a shocking death to go down, in which B&B’s executive producer and head writer, Brad Bell previewed to Soap Opera Digest that this next arc of the story will definitely be on the scarier side.

Bell said, “I love to do thrillers.  All of our baddies have been on the straight and narrow, so we needed to bring in a heavy for the summer and Thomas is filling the role.”  He added, “We’re more known for our love stories, but we love to do thrillers, and this one is going to be one of the best thrillers we’ve done in a long time.”  And as to what Thomas will be up to, Brad teased, “You never quite know who will be his next prey.”

So, what do you think about the character of Thomas’ twisted dark side?  Share your thoughts via the comment section below.

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  1. Lew S.

    June 23, 2019 at 12:04 pm

    The boy is nuts!!! I wonder if he had anything to do with Caroline’s death? It’s a little hard to understand this drastic change, when the last incarnation was a loveable and goofy guy.

  2. Kevin C

    June 23, 2019 at 7:55 pm

    CRAZY and so out of character…I sure miss Pierson Fode…but I have to say this is a crazy and interesting twist added to Hope’s, Steffy’s and Liam’s story…

    • Momo

      June 24, 2019 at 4:45 am

      Not out of character. Remember past story with Rick. I think he just supressed it.

      • Kevin C

        June 24, 2019 at 9:43 am

        NO, I don’t remember the past story with Rick…There were a few years that I missed B&B for I lived in a city that didn’t broadcast B&B…

        • Momo

          June 26, 2019 at 4:23 am

          Thomas blew up Rick’s car. I can’t remember if he was mad because Rick was dating his mom or his sister (Rick did both). So there is history to Thomas being dark. He apparently went off and got help.

  3. James R. Poissant

    June 23, 2019 at 8:28 pm

    Um…I think we’re going to get another brain tumor story. I can’t figure out how else thomas would be this dark when he was never like this as bad with the other actors who played him. This is way too ugly that Thomas has become.

  4. Richard Signorelli

    June 24, 2019 at 3:47 am

    this is not the thomas we all are used to interesting storyline though i have to admit and now it is obvious that thomas had something to do with carolines death much more interesting than the snooze fest of the return of adam on young and restless

  5. Momo

    June 24, 2019 at 4:44 am

    It’s Thomas’ return to the dark side. Anyone remember when he blew up Rick’s car, I think it was. So it’s not really a surprise that Thomas is going down this road. And we do need a baddie so I’m enjoying it.

    And Taylor has had her own issues. Guess she needs to return to counsel him.

    • Kay

      June 24, 2019 at 9:32 am

      Years ago when Drew Tyler Bell I think that was his name played the first grown up Thomas he did set fire to Ricks car they sent him off then he came back taller nice guy then left again came back even taller nice guy now he comes back again creepy acting and a killer I guess . Whiplash anyone??? He brings back Sheila Carter one of the best villains of all time and that story bombed he recasts Thorne and does nothing with him but hey don’t despair we still have the worst triangle in the history of the show still going on!!!

  6. Ann

    June 24, 2019 at 1:42 pm

    I don’t like him at all

  7. Gracie

    June 25, 2019 at 5:34 am

    Great Actor! The story was starting to really drag and “thomas” has added a whole ‘nuther layer. Thomas has always been a bit twisted but this ramp up is shocking, in a good way! We needed a real villain to blow this long story arc up.

  8. Nicole

    July 22, 2019 at 9:37 am

    Ich glaube auch das Thomas was mit den Tod der Mutter seine Sohnes zu tun hat die Frage ist nur ist er Krank Sprich im ein Tumor oder eine Geisteskrankheit oder ist er nur abgrundtief böse
    Mir tut vorallem Steffy leide nach allem was sie wegen Liam und Hope schon durchmachen musste ich fand immer das Liam und Steffy und Taylor und Rigde zusammen gehörenen
    Aber diese schrecklichen Logan Frauen waren ja immer da

  9. Claudia Wick.johns

    August 11, 2019 at 10:46 am

    Thomas has went crazy gave his son to hope his son loves hope and gets along with liam by law she is his stepmother till she gets the marriage allied he is the one who told them about Beth

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