While they may not be seen every day or even every week, characters on The Bold and the Beautiful are always welcome when they pop up on the screen.
The Bold and the Beautiful Polling
Given the show’s half-hour format, there’s not always time, but Soap Hub asked BB fans who they want to see more of on their screens — ho are the characters you miss the most? Check out the results from a Soap Hub poll.
Never Doubt Douglas
Thomas’s (Matthew Atkinson) son Douglas (Henry Joseph Samiri) came in first with nearly 30% of your vote. The good news is that he’s been appearing in recent episodes. Douglas’s presence is important because he may provide the lifeline his father needs as he battles to regain his mental health. If it weren’t for Douglas, Liam (Scott Clifton) and Hope (Annika Noelle) might never have gotten Beth (Madeline Valdez; River Davison) back in their arms.
Beth’s the Best
Named after her maternal grandmother Beth Logan (Nancy Burnett), little Beth was at the center of one of BB’s most dramatic tales. She’s found her way home and now, 27% of viewers want to make sure they get to enjoy seeing her. Someday, in all likelihood, little Beth will be SORAS’d and start having dramas of her own, but in the meantime, viewers would love to see the adorable tot continue to bond with her parents and adopted brother Douglas.
Donna, Donna, Donna!
Donna (Jennifer Gareis), who earned 25% of your vote, is one of the great loves of Eric’s (John McCook) life. Now that his marriage to Quinn (Rena Sofer) is in jeopardy, this could be the time for Donna to reconnect with her “Honey Bear,” the affectionate handle she gave Eric.
Sure, Donna’s a great “talk to” for Brooke (Katherine Kelly Lang) when she needs to talk about her feelings and to Katie (Heather Tom) when she wants to talk about her feelings, but Donna has feelings, too. Gareis can deliver dramatically. More screen-time for Donna is always a good thing.
She’s a mainstay at Forrester Creations and is a living legacy to the legendary late Stephanie (Susan Flannery). We’re talking about, of course, Steph’s sister Pam (Alley Mills), who received nearly 18% of your vote. Pam’s the perfect character to have around when tense moments in Eric’s office need to be blissfully interrupted. Plus, viewers still want to see Pam and Charlie’s (Dick Christie) long overdue wedding!
Which character is going to come back next? Stay tuned to find out! The Bold and the Beautiful airs weekdays on CBS. Check local listings for air times.