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“B&B” Breakdown
Week of April 30 – May 4:

Hope, Liam, and Steffy continued their adventures in Aspen, and back in L.A., everyone obsessed about what was happening in the mountains. Check it out:

MondaySelf-Medicating.
The comedy continued in Aspen, with Steffy making the world’s slowest descent down a mountain (Liam and Hope hadn’t even got on the lift yet when she started out), a photographer getting a shot of Hope popping a pill through the edge of the blinds, and Liam, once again, failing to notice that his girlfriend had morphed into a character from a Cheech and Chong movie. It was hilarious how Hope ran into the one person on the entire mountain she has a beef with – not to mention Steffy was in a bright red jacket – hard to miss! Back in L.A., Stephanie was her usual breath of fresh air, scoffing at the idea that Hope thought she could get away from the media at Fashion Week in Aspen, and across town, Bill found out about the incriminating photo of Hope downing meds – yikes!

TuesdayControl Freak.
Can someone please explain why Dollar Bill spent so much time justifying his actions to his secretary? How does she even know the Logans and Forresters well enough to argue with him about what kind of people they are! Having Justin call Bill out makes sense since they go back to childhood and Justin has always been a sort of ‘conscience’ to Bill. All I can say is that Alison must be darn good at what she does to get away with giving Bill so much lip! Meanwhile, in Apsen, Liam looked into injured Steffy’s eyes while the flashbacks played through their minds, and Hope sat pie-eyed at the bottom of the mountain wondering what was going on – worth a giggle. What do you think of the Bill and Alison scenes? Let us know by voting in Soaps.com’s Bill and Alison poll.

WednesdayEnough.
It was refreshing to see Liam call Hope out on being ‘overwhelmed’ and taking another pill. It was also amazing to see Steffy sign the annulment papers – time to get some self-respect back. This character is so much better when she behaves self-assured and confident than when she’s hanging off a man’s clothes begging him not to leave her.