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    Throwback Thursday B&B Poll: Three's Company.

    Thursday, May 01 2014

    "Where the kisses are hers and hers and his…"

    In this week's "The Bold And The Beautiful" Throwback Thursday takes readers back to 1992 when Karen Spencer and Thorne and Macy Forrester moved in together…

    Quinn has made her desires and demands loud and clear to Bill. Years ago, one apartment was filled with desire as well between one man and two women. Throne had helped rescue Karen from Blake Hayes' clutches. It was Karen's resemblance to her twin sister Caroline that led Thorne to become attracted to her. The only problem was he was still married to his estranged wife Macy, who wanted to reconcile.

    Torn between two women, Thorne convinced them both to move into his apartment with him where they each had their own bedroom. Tensions were high and though Karen and Macy did their best to co-exist in Thorne's world their tolerance of each other exploded in the form of a very messy food fight during Thanksgiving dinner preparations. Macy had asked, "When are you going to get it through your thick skull that this little fling with Thorne is not more important than my marriage?" To which Karen replied, "Well, that's not the impression I get from your husband, sweetheart." After that all hell broke loose and Thorne had to break the women up.

    Do you remember what food both women were throwing at each other when Thorne appeared and split them up? Vote in our "B&B" poll below.

    Also, vote in our Genoa City Throwback Thursday poll surrounding Y&R's JT Hellstrom's Singing Career and read's Where Are They Now column for details on "One Life To Live" alum (ex-Natalie) Melissa Archer's Bag Buddy invention.

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