HOLLYWOOD—This week we watched television icon Jack Wagner, who portrays Nick Marone on CBS’s “The Bold and the Beautiful,” at his best. The handsome superstar proves he’s still got all the right dramatic moves to capture our attention. While Adam Gregory, the former “Beverly Hills 90210” actor is also riding the wave of “B&B” writer Bradley Bell’s enormous wave of excitement and nonstop action. Wagner, as Nick showed viewers that he can do every scene so fresh and more exciting than ever before, while Gregory, as Thomas Forrester is just about to create a big scandal.
Whenever anyone asks who my favorite daytime leading men are, Jack Wagner’s always on my short list and for good reason. The handsome blue-eyed thespian had great material this week, and if you thought you knew where it was going, surprise! He changed the direction and brought more excitement. When Brooke invited Nick to the Forrester showing of Hope For The Future line, he sat there with a melancholy glance as the fashions started coming down the line. Nick got the surprise of his life. His head designer Amber had stolen the Forrester line. We know that Nick’s wrath is raging and everyone including Amber will have hell to pay.
While Adam Gregory as Thomas decided that he was truly his father’s son. Ridge has made bold moves over the years to bring attention to a fashion show or two. However, his young son decided to use his sexy stepmother Brooke to make a bold statement during the release of the men’s line at Forrester Creations. If you think you’ve seen the worst moves of Brooke Logan before, you haven’t seen anything yet! Look for Thomas’s decision to take Whip Jones’s advice to have serious long term consequences not only for Forrester Creations, but for his family as well.
Bradley P. Bell does it again. The brilliant head writer and executive producer of “The Bold and the Beautiful” deserves a lot more than two Emmys and the many other awards he’s received. Viewers owe it to themselves to see what he has in store for the Forrester, Marones, Spencers and the Logans.
“The Bold and The Beautiful” airs weekdays on CBS
Photographs Courtesy: Jack Wagner and Bradley P. Bell by Gilles Toucas, Bell Phillip TV Productions and Adam Gregory by JPI StudiosÂ© West Hollywood