The Bold & the Beautiful: Assume the Position
I'll be brief because it really speaks for itself. But let's just take a moment to luxuriate in the totally-not-at-all-suggestive blocking from yesterday's Bold and the Beautiful in a long talky scene between Bill, his daughter-in-law Steffy, and whatever is going on with her wig.
We get it! He's ready for his BJ!
(I mean seriously, folks, he got even closer and then they spent the whole scene talking like that.)
Speaking of talking, the best highlights of recent dialogue were Steffy taking a hard stance on why Liam shouldn't be nice to Sally: because she's a "criminal!" He should, however, be nice to his father. His father who, while not (say) a mobster, is basically a career criminal. Especially recently. I believe Liam's also supposed to be nice to Steffy's family, many of whom have a pretty serious rap sheet if such records ever stuck.
Another highlight of dialogue was Bill telling Steffy how utterly remarkable she is because she's able to see things from "all sides" which is code for "thanks for always being on my side, Steffy, no matter how wrong I am!" Particularly considering Steffy has made zero effort at any point to see why Liam would have a problem with his father inventing a terminal illness for Caroline, committing arson, and then blowing up a building that had people in it. But apparently Brooke and Liam and everybody else are supposed to be totes cool with it because if they had just SEEN HIS FACE when he realized he might've killed his son! He was really upset, y'all! And immediately afterward was smug about it and takes no responsibility. Yeah, he's a great guy, if only everyone saw that side of him. Whatever, we all know which side of him Steffy's about to see and it's the one she's getting an eyeful of in the screenshots above.
Anyway, I confess I haven't been watching daily and often just fast-forward because this all just goes in boring circles and I feel bad for the scriptwriters having to keep writing dialogue for these idiots finding ways to justify the unjustifiable, and let's face it, Bill will literally never face any real consequence or comeuppance so there's not even anything to root for.
Basically what I'm saying is: GIVE RICK AND MAYA A STORYLINE. Also, is Sasha still a character on this show? Will they recast Thomas? When is Ingo Rademacher showing up? Let's move things along, folks!