Sally Spectra has always been her own woman, but these days, she’s working at Forrester. Does that really mesh with the independent gal we’ve come to know and love on The Bold and the Beautiful? Maybe she’s due for a change!
The rivalry between Forrester Creations and Spectra Fashions — and the journey from rivals to pals Sally (Darlene Conley) and Stephanie (Susan Flannery) — was instrumental in BB’s success.
The show struck gold with Courtney Hope, cast as Sally’s grandniece and namesake, but she’s become a Forrester employee in recent times. Should she strike out on her own again?
“Saul! We’ve Gotta Save The Company!”
Over 68% of responders to this poll say yes, Sally should start up Spectra again. Soaps are all about haves and have nots. The Forresters are the haves and Sally is a have not. Think of the dramatic possibilities if Sally were to revive her company.
It’d put her into professional conflict with ex-beau Thomas (Matthew Atkinson) and others at Forrester. How would Wyatt (Darin Brooks) be affected by this since he works for the publishing house that covers the design biz with the publication Eye on Fashion?
Where would Sally get the funds to start over? The avenues for story are endless! Reviving Spectra would likely mean viewers would get to see the returns of Saul (Alex Wyse), Darlita (Danube Hermosillo), and Shirley (Patrika Darbo).
The rest of The Bold and the Beautiful fans polled, almost 31%, believe that Sally shouldn’t start up Spectra once more. Why go through all that hassle when she has a good deal at Forrester?
Her namesake spent the last part of her life working at Forrester so, it’s appropriate that Sally be there, too. Forrester Creations can back Sally with all the resources so that she can do what she does best — design!
Who knows? After Sally makes more of a name for herself as a designer, she could strike out on her own. Leaving Forrester after establishing herself there would lead to a greater impact! The Bold and the Beautiful airs weekdays on CBS. Check local listings for air times.