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B&B's Brad Bell: "Fans are saying the Triangle is Overplayed"; Michael Fairman Interview
Topic Started: Sep 22 2012, 06:40 AM (1,448 Views)
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Michael Fairman's Interview with The Brad Bell

Michael:

Fans have been quite critical that the Steffy/Liam/Hope triangle is way overplayed. Is it overplayed to you?

BRAD:

The fans are saying that this triangle is overplayed right now, and they are absolutely right. I feel that too when I watch the show right now. We are just about to take a break from that, as they have been front and center for a long time. And they have proven themselves and defined themselves as Brooke/Ridge/Taylor were overplayed in the 80ís and the 90ís. We are going to take a break and see more families in the fall. I was ready to take a break from them, but then I heard Ronnís decision to leave and there were so many things up in the air. So there were a lot of behind-the-scenes shake-ups. Part of the reason of this extended version of Steffy/Liam/Hope was that I was not sure who I had on the canvas. I knew I could count on Jacqueline MacInnes Wood (Steffy), Scott Clifton (Liam) and Kim Matula (Hope). They were delivering. So now we are gearing up for a new chapter, but all three of them were so fantastic. We are up in the ratings from last year due to them. They have all grown so much as actors. I could not be more pleased. They have all been a hit for us.


Read more..

http://michaelfairmansoaps.com/the-bold-and-the-beautiful/the-brad-bell-interview-the-b...


He also discusses Ridge's Abscence

New man for Brooke?

Rick the next Ridge and the battle for Forrester

Susan's Exit

Edited by Daytime, Sep 22 2012, 06:54 AM.
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The day the triangle from hell is over is when the Sahara Desert becomes an ocean. :sarclap:
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I wish that they'd put Liam on the backburner and instead use Oliver a lot more - Zach Conroy was looking mighty fine the other day on the show.
And, KKL/Jon Hensley would make a sexy on screen couple if Brooke was to get involved with Dr Meade.
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natdot99
Sep 22 2012, 04:44 PM
The day the triangle from hell is over is when the Sahara Desert becomes an ocean. :sarclap:
Either that or when the B movie industry and The CW entices Jacqueline MacInnes Wood away from the show.
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Sep 22 2012, 06:40 AM
Michael Fairman's Interview with The Brad Bell

Michael:

Fans have been quite critical that the Steffy/Liam/Hope triangle is way overplayed. Is it overplayed to you?

BRAD:

The fans are saying that this triangle is overplayed right now, and they are absolutely right. I feel that too when I watch the show right now. We are just about to take a break from that, as they have been front and center for a long time. And they have proven themselves and defined themselves as Brooke/Ridge/Taylor were overplayed in the 80ís and the 90ís. We are going to take a break and see more families in the fall. I was ready to take a break from them, but then I heard Ronnís decision to leave and there were so many things up in the air. So there were a lot of behind-the-scenes shake-ups. Part of the reason of this extended version of Steffy/Liam/Hope was that I was not sure who I had on the canvas. I knew I could count on Jacqueline MacInnes Wood (Steffy), Scott Clifton (Liam) and Kim Matula (Hope). They were delivering. So now we are gearing up for a new chapter, but all three of them were so fantastic. We are up in the ratings from last year due to them. They have all grown so much as actors. I could not be more pleased. They have all been a hit for us.


Read more..

http://michaelfairmansoaps.com/the-bold-and-the-beautiful/the-brad-bell-interview-the-b...


He also discusses Ridge's Abscence

New man for Brooke?

Rick the next Ridge and the battle for Forrester

Susan's Exit

:sleep: WHAT A BORE !!! :drunk:
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somersetfan
Sep 22 2012, 07:52 PM
natdot99
Sep 22 2012, 04:44 PM
The day the triangle from hell is over is when the Sahara Desert becomes an ocean. :sarclap:
Either that or when the B movie industry and The CW entices Jacqueline MacInnes Wood away from the show.
Exactly, JMW's character, Steffy, deserves her own epic love story with a new male character. Liam sucks the life out of her and she is working too hard to make him chose her. :soapbox:

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This triangle has been the death of Steffy's character. I can't find one thing I like about her right now.
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