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The Bold and the Beautiful opinion columns from 2008
Love a storyline? Want to throw the remote at the screen during others? Our Two Scoops columnists feel the same way. Each week, they provided their own commentary on the action in the Two Scoops column.
Every week, our Two Scoops columnists share their thoughts and opinions in the Two Scoops commentary columns. Those columns are archived to allow fans a chance to make sure that they've read every opinion for every week. This archive features columns written about The Bold and the Beautiful in the 2008 calendar year.


To access columns from other years or to review columns for other soaps, please see the Related Information links at the bottom of this page to access a specific year. Or to view a listing of all years for which news stories are available, simply click here.

Katherine Kelly Lang
January 7, 2008
Having Brooke's character suffer through her traumatic rape may have helped the plots surrounding her, but it certainly did not help her character transform at all.
Lesli Kay
January 14, 2008
Felicia's entire life seems to be tied up in running around like a petulant teenager who is upset that her parents are splitting up. She needs to grow up and take care of her own child.
Hunter Tylo
January 21, 2008
Brooke and Taylor have each garnered a long-standing, loyal fan base over the years, as the writers have been pitting them against each other over and over again.
Kyle Lowder
January 28, 2008
Rick might be the lone voice of reason in this whole mess. He sees everything clearer than the parties involved, and he provided a nice little reality check for his mother last week.
Katherine Kelly Lang
February 4, 2008
Last week, the writers had Taylor make a truly brilliant move to smoke out Brooke's true intentions where Nick and the baby are concerned.
Hunter Tylo
February 11, 2008
Taylor already has a problem with Brooke; how will it mess with her head if she ends up with Brooke as her mother-in-law? Granted, Rick is the only man who has NOT slept with Brooke, but still!
John McCook
February 18, 2008
Eric has been leaving the office for hours at a time, sleeping in a separate bedroom, and leaving his Viagra bottle out for Stephanie to find and take inventory of. It's like he wants to get caught.
Susan Flannery
February 25, 2008
For years, Stephanie has blackmailed, manipulated, and been an accessory to murder, all in the name of protecting her family...or, more specifically, in the name of protecting Ridge.
Hunter Tylo
March 3, 2008
If Taylor were being written true to her character, she would have realized that it would be in her child's best interest for Nick to raise him so that she could deal with her issues with Brooke.
Ronn Moss
March 10, 2008
Ridge has had nearly all of the Logan women except Katie, and Eric has almost pulled off the hat-trick in that family as well...oh, wait! He did, if you include their mother!
Katherine Kelly Lang
March 17, 2008
Does anyone get the feeling that Brooke is like the neighborhood dog that goes around peeing on hydrants to mark their territory?
Jennifer Gareis
March 24, 2008
Donna and Pam are having far too much fun in their scenes. Just watching Donna jump right out of her undies when Pam screamed last week was well worth it.
Jack Wagner
March 31, 2008
Nick has become just as much of a human ping-pong ball as Brooke. Whereas Brooke usually has to have two men fighting over her at all times, now Nick is showing her up with three women wanting him.
Ashley Jones
April 07, 2008
Brooke is the poster child for hypocrisy, and nothing proved that more than her blowing into Nick's house, ranting about him sleeping with Bridget.
Ronn Moss
April 14, 2008
For weeks, Ridge has been dancing around the fact that he doesn't feel like he can marry Brooke, since she clearly loves Nick and Jack more...so why hasn't he ended the engagement yet?
Winsor Harmon
April 21, 2008
Don't Thorne and Felicia have better things that they could be doing, instead of hanging around and eating Pam's baked goods?
Heather Tom
April 28, 2008
Dear, sweet Katie is probably not the only person in Los Angeles who needs a heart transplant. She should be thankful that Bridget wasn't the one who performed the surgery!
Jennifer Gareis
May 5, 2008
The Logans have proven that, when united and focused on more than just revenge on the Forresters, they can be a very entertaining bunch to watch.
Susan Flannery
May 12, 2008
Stephanie, let your kids live their lives and make their own mistakes. Oh, and one more thing...remember that you have another son besides Ridge. Poor Thorne needs a lot of attention.
Jack Wagner
May 19, 2008
Bridget will be doing a lot of long nights at the hospital while Nick and Katie play footsy over another jigsaw puzzle.
Hunter Tylo
May 26, 2008
Is Taylor as bad as Brooke? They could both be accused of not thinking too clearly when it comes to men; Brooke just has a longer track record than Taylor.
Jennifer Gareis
June 2, 2008
Donna's secret child is hardly a scandal that can make Forrester Creations fold. If that's the case, the company should have closed twenty years ago, because they've been through much worse.
Drew Tyler Bell
June 9, 2008
Where is Thomas? With all of this emphasis on Ridge's kids being involved at Forrester, Thomas should be there to blast Rick about dating Taylor or something, shouldn't he?
John McCook
June 16, 2008
Eric may be a bit slow to see what's going on with his kids -- especially Brooke's kiddies -- but for the most part, he's an okay dad.
Jack Wagner
June 23, 2008
Nick doesn't mince words, and, with the exception of his weakness for Logan women, he has no problem doing what he thinks is right.
Robin Riker
June 30, 2008
Last week, Beth confessed to Katie that she couldn't stay in Los Angeles and be with her family because she's had a stroke and is suffering from dementia.
Heather Tom
July 7, 2008
When will Katie learn? Now she is practically forcing Nick to marry Bridget. If he wanted to do that, he would have asked St. Bridget after her most recent medical miracle, right?
Kyle Lowder
July 14, 2008
A day of Taylor and Rick between the sheets was a bit too much love for one day. Don't these people work anymore? And if Taylor is so concerned about Jack, where is the little guy?
Texas Battle
July 21, 2008
Marcus is a nice, neat little addition to the cast, and he ships a mean package, but does that really make him deserving of money down the road?
Jacqueline MacInnes Wood
July 28, 2008
Why doesn't Steffy want to know who raised Marcus? He was clearly brought up very well, so why aren't his adopted parents calling to see how he's doing?
Brandon Beemer
August 4, 2008
It's too bad that Owen is quickly headed into the gutter, but that may be the point. There hasn't been a manipulative bad-boy since Deacon stopped wreaking havoc on the ladies of Los Angeles.
Heather Tom
August 11, 2008
Katie's pregnancy is being portrayed as a miracle, just like Katie surviving the transplant was a miracle. Of course, getting shot by Storm wasn't a miracle. That was just stupidity.
Jennifer Gareis
August 18, 2008
Does Donna really love Eric, or is this all just a cleverly disguised ruse to steal all of his money and get even with the Forrester kids?
Brandon Beemer
August 25, 2008
Owen is most assuredly not who he pretends to be. There must be some connection to somebody else on the show, because he's been focused on the Forresters like a laser beam since he appeared.
Alley Mills
September 1, 2008
Last week's revelations have helped to explain why crazy Aunt Pam has stuck around all this time with her catty shenanigans and poisoned lemon bars.
Susan Flannery
September 8, 2008
Our columnist was unable to provide a new column this week. Instead, please enjoy a look back at what was happening in Los Angeles during the week of September 6, 2004.
Jack Wagner
September 15, 2008
Nick used to be dashing, sarcastic, and hot, but lately he's been written as nothing more than an over-the-top, horny SOB who can't use protection or think beyond his next sexual impulse.
Susan Flannery
September 22, 2008
Stephanie sure is acting like Eric's one and only wife. Doesn't anyone recall that she had moved out of the mansion, that she was living in the beach house, and that Eric had moved on?
Hunter Tylo
September 29, 2008
Taylor has a hot young thing lying next to her, who seems to really love her, and she is thinking about the husband who habitually cheated on her with Brooke?
Lesli Kay
October 6, 2008
Thorne, Felicia, and Stephanie have no right to be so high and mighty. They've all done horrific things in their time, and they shouldn't stand in judgment of Donna the way that they do.
Alley Mills
October 13, 2008
Does Stephanie even understand how disturbed Pam really is? She seems to be in deep denial about just how far Pam would go to kill Donna.
Kyle Lowder
October 20, 2008
Taylor's supposed to be one of the most ethical characters on the show, a morally righteous, brilliant woman. She could have at least broken up with Rick first, before propositioning Ridge.
Jennifer Gareis
October 27, 2008
Just when it looked like Donna wasn't the woman she had portrayed herself to be, she goes and does the noble and selfless thing.
Kyle Lowder
November 3, 2008
When Rick came to in the hospital and realized that Ridge had again been responsible for screwing up his life, he snapped. The switch has been flipped, and a new Rick is emerging.
Katherine Kelly Lang
November 10, 2008
Brooke needs to stay the same teddy-wearing, one-tear producing, rarely aging character the fans need her to be, because that's what keeps them coming back, right?
Susan Flannery
November 17, 2008
Why was Stephanie stunned to learn that Rick was such a schemer? She's capable of that kind of duplicity and manipulation, so it's not surprising that another member of the family would be, too.
Kyle Lowder
November 24, 2008
Rick just can't catch a break. All of his maniacal schemes to keep Brooke and Ridge apart seem doomed to fail, and his attempt to send Marcus on a wild goose chase didn't work, either.
Winsor Harmon
December 1, 2008
Last week, Thorne, the good, upright, honest Forrester, resorted to underhanded tactics to destroy his father’s marriage, then justified it by saying that he wants his parents to reunite.
Brandon Beemer
December 8, 2008
Eventually, Eric will discover that Donna was not unfaithful to him. But by that time, perhaps she will be with Owen for real, and maybe she will even be pregnant with a little brother for Marcus.
Susan Flannery
December 15, 2008
Stephanie is out of line. Hurting Rick isn't going to bring Phoebe back, and screaming at Brooke isn't going to alleviate the pain that everyone is feeling.
Kyle Lowder
December 22, 2008
Part one of a two-part look back at the events of the past year in Los Angeles. This week, our columnist Tamilu discusses the best and the worst that The Bold and the Beautiful had to offer in 2008.
Katherine Kelly Lang
December 29, 2008
Part two of a two-part look back at the events of the past year in Los Angeles. This week, our columnist Allison discusses the best and the worst that The Bold and the Beautiful had to offer in 2008.

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