CBS ‘The Bold and the Beautiful’ (B&B) spoilers Throwback For May 27 finds that we’ve reached the midpoint of B&B’s Celebrity theme week and it’s the one that fans have been waiting for. Originally airing on February 27, 2007, this episode features Betty White guest staring as Ann Douglas, Pamela Douglas (Alley Mills)’s mother, and she brings her savvy and fire to the role as she goes nose to nose with Stephanie Forrester (Susan Flannery) in a fun performance.
CBS ‘The Bold and the Beautiful’ Spoilers Throwback For May 27: Not moving
After living in their guesthouse for a while, Ann Douglass (Betty White) is confronted by Stephanie Forrester (Susan Flannery) for still being there. The problem mainly stems from Pam and Eric Forrester (John McCook) growing closer and Stephanie is taking offense to that. During their argument, Ann points out that she wants to be there to be closer with her family, and Stephanie has done everything she could to prevent that. She goes on to say Pam is more of a wife to Eric than Stephanie.
CBS ‘The Bold and the Beautiful’ Spoilers Throwback For May 27: Stephanie and Pam Face Off Over Eric
Now, this is where things get interesting for CBS “The Bold and the Beautiful” Spoilers. After a time, they separate, and share their views with the other principles involved. For Stephanie, she pleads her case to Eric. Unfortunately for her, he refuses to budge, saying that Pam and Ann will remain in Los Angeles and in their home as long as they wanted to. In the Forrester guest house, Ann explains to Pam that Stephanie is damaged and causes Eric to suffer. She even goes so far as to tell Pam that Eric deserves someone better, someone like Pam.
CBS ‘The Bold and the Beautiful’ Spoilers Throwback For May 27: Sounds familiar
There’s no denying soap operas rehash and reuse storylines all the time. All shows and movies do at some point. It’s expected given there are only so many stories out there, and they just need to be told in a different way to keep us entertained. This has undoubtedly been reused numerous times with the same basic setting, but it’s cool to see how they tweak it over the years. It helps keep things fresh and interesting, and it’s what keeps us coming back. It also goes to show all we need is a break between the reuse, and we’re all good to go.
As for this episode, it’s a shame we’ll have to check out cbs.com for more from this season, assuming they have them up. Betty White and Alley Mills are gems that brighten any screen they appear on. What’s your favorite Betty White role? Let us know in the comments, and check back with CBS “The Bold and the Beautiful” Spoilers for the latest updates, spoilers, and speculation around.
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