"She will never learn the most necessary, most difficult and principal thing in music, that is time, because from childhood she has designedly cultivated the habit of ignoring the beat." Letter to Leopold Mozart (24 October 1777)
Unrequited love is a horrible thing for the lover. For the lovee, it is an unreal thing, often flattering yet a scary mystery.
On the Bold and the Beautiful, we see a Thomas Forrester who cannot imagine a life with any other woman in Los Angeles, or the United States in general, who could ever measure up to his overwhelming love and lust for Hope Logan.
Not many people have come into the public eye to make a judgment on a event that killed a man so beloved that he played a friend to God, played by George Burns, as a supermarket manager. You cannot put a number on the universality of that kind of adoration.
The Bold and the Beautiful® featured the harsh stand off between a wife and a wife’s friend who the husband temporarily prefers.
I cannot imagine a man with the forgiveness of Eric Forrester not talking Quinn back.
The song that came to mind was John Denver’s “Leaving’ On A Jet Plane,” as the first lines of the song, as Flo’s first lines to Eric were, “My bags are packed, I’m ready to go…the taxi’s waiting and he’s blowing his horn.”
Today’s episode revolved around the strength of the women of Genoa City and Nina and Jill from even beyond Genoa City being those who were taking firm control of their families.
Every woman – Phyllis, Chelsea, Chloe, Victoria, Nina, Jill, Abby and Amanda displayed an almost supernatural human strength on the episode and in the town in Wisconsin today, a strength called “being a woman.”
In one of the fastest opioid recoveries of all time, Steffy Forrester beats her addiction. Moreover, good Dr. Finnegan is after her
Meanwhile, Zendé is interested in Zoe and the attraction seems mutual. That would be great but for Carter’s wild interest in Hope.
Also, Thomas is pining after Hope, who is married to Liam. Liam, secure in his marriage, seems to be leaning to Steffy. As his father Dollar Bill says in this episode to his son William Spencer, Jr: “A part of you will always love Steffy.”