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    Throwback Thursday B&B Poll: Two Brothers, One Girl.

    Thursday, April 17 2014

    Interfamily feuds.

    In this week's "The Bold And The Beautiful" Throwback Thursday takes readers back to 2002 when CJ Garrison and Mark MacClain refused to step aside so the other could be with Bridget Forrester…

    Brooke and Katie's sibling rivalry has escalated to a new high. Years ago, Bridget (then played by Jennifer Finnigan) sparked one between half-brothers CJ and Mark. CJ had never been a fan of the Forresters and lashed out at Bridget, who came looking to him for a job at Insomnia. Not one to back down, Bridget convinced CJ to hire her and accepted his offer to stay in the room next to his. The two grew close, started dating and CJ was there to support Bridget's dream to attend medical school.

    During her studies CJ became jealous of an ER doctor named Mark, who had a thing for Bridget. Mark was reassigned as Bridget's mentor and began dating her as well. Both men received quite the shock when Mark located his biological father, Clarke Garrison, and realized they were half-brothers - dating the same woman. Neither Mark nor CJ refused to give up Bridget and quickly became rivals for her attention.

    Do you remember which brother Bridget picked to be with? Vote in our "B&B" poll below.

    Also, vote in our Genoa City Throwback Thursday poll surrounding Y&R's Traci Abbott's Pill Addiction and read's Where Are They Now column for details on "Capital" alum (ex-Monique McCallum) Nancy Sorel's film Heaven Is For Real, which was released on April 16 and also stars Greg Kinnear ("The Last Song").

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    - Amy Mistretta

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