The Bold and the Beautiful fans have been treated to a series of classic episodes during the coronavirus quarantine. So far, viewers have seen classic weddings, overseas fashion shows, and a week devoted to Brooke Logan Forrester! The stars of the show have favorites they’d like to see, too!
Heather Tom And Her ‘Classic’ Wish
Storm (William deVry) sacrificing himself so that his dying sister could receive his heart were among the episodes that helped BB win their first Daytime Emmy for Outstanding Drama Series in 2009.
The 33-year-old soap has decades’ worth of material and unlike other soaps that date back even further, the entire BB library is complete. Anything is a possibility when it comes to seeing a BB classic!
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“I think it’s great for the fans to see the super classic stuff,” Tom adds. “I’d like to see those fashion shows they did in years past. They’d blow out The Price Is Right stage [next door] and do fashion shows there. They would be amazing! They were epic.”
One such fashion gala was produced in 1993. It featured Brooke’s men’s line of fashions and the presentation was tied into a Salute to Hollywood. The Los Angeles-based soap was able to give authenticity to the Hollywood-themed fashion show by inviting real-life celebrities onto the show.
Hollywood legends Charlton Heston (ex-Jason, The Colbys) and husband-wife duo Steve Allen and Jayne Meadows along with Broadway star — and The Bold and the Beautiful super-fan Carol Channing — all appeared on the program.
At other Forrester fashion shows, Sally Spectra (Darlene Conley) was known to sneak in, dressed as a man, so she could get a peek at the Forrester’s latest designs. “I would love to see old stuff with Darlene,” Tom says. “Sally was always stealing designs. Darlene was so fantastic and so much fun to watch.” The Bold and the Beautiful airs weekdays on CBS. Check local listings for air times.