Ok, the way I understand it, which means the way I read about it, the writing is set up with a head writer who sets up all the plots. That would be Mr. Bell., the younger one, the son, forget his first name. Then all the other writers are supposed to write dialogue for the plots. Sometimes it's pretty good and sometimes it is not. I'm guessing the volume that they have to produce and the time limit put such pressure on them that they can't produce the greatest writing in the world all the time. Really, if what I read is correct, I'm surprised that one person sets up all the plots. You would think that all of that would be set up in a team environment. It's rather surprising that one person could do so much.
I have some ideas myself and I hope to send it to them in a week or two. My life is just too parallel to Bold and Beautiful.
Regarding Liam. That freaking eye movement of his drives me nuts. No other actor on any other program on TV or soap operas moves his eyes around like he does. If he were someone I knew, I would think he was wacko. And maybe he really is. But yeah, if he wants to make that a part of his unique character -- look all over the room when speaking and he thinks it works, then go ahead. I don't really think it works but it does make him stand out when speaking. You have to ask yourself, is this good or is this bad. I can only say that I don't think it is GOOD.