Blogging With Devin
By Devin Owens Posted: Dec 23, 2011
Yes, Brooke, Donna and Katie’s inadequacies in the kitchen as they tried to cluelessly prepare the Forresters’ Christmas dinner was indeed hilarious but their absolute lack of cooking skills didn't ring true for me.
By Devin Owens Posted: Oct 28, 2011
Man, B&B's Thorne sure had a bad day at the office. Just as he charged in to overthrow Ridge as CEO of Forrester Creations, Taylor and her all-important shares in the company backed out of the coup at the last minute and left him twisting in the wind.
By Devin Owens Posted: Oct 14, 2011
I can see why Y&R's Devon would initially have a negative reaction to finding out that Tucker is his father but I would be done with that in, oh, five seconds when the reality sunk in that a billionaire was my new pipeline, uh, daddy.
By Devin Owens Posted: Oct 13, 2011
Weren't those Aspen scenes on B&B really cool? I especially loved the gondola race up to the mountain as Hope ultimately watched Liam marry Steffy.
By Devin Owens Posted: Sep 23, 2011
How cute and heart tugging was it when Y&R's Sharon was plea bargaining in front of the judge and the tot playing her munchkin daughter Faith, was carried into the courtroom by Nick, jabbering, "Mommy, Mommy, Mommy…"?
By Devin Owens Posted: Aug 10, 2011
I love watching the investigation into Diane's murder unfold on Y&R, but I have to snicker whenever a civilian strolls into the police station and Paul and Ronan frantically throw a sheet over the top-secret "murder board" posted with all the photos of murder suspects.
By Devin Owens Posted: Aug 5, 2011
On Y&R, after making love with Billy, Victoria headed to the kitchen to whip up some coffee. While she was gone, Billy got dressed and slipped out.
By Devin Owens Posted: Jul 26, 2011
Not that these are burning plot points but, still, I'm curious...
By Devin Owens Posted: Jun 30, 2011
I loved the mature, heartfelt conversation between Brooke and Amber over baby Rosie.
By Devin Owens Posted: Jun 21, 2011
I know B&B's Amber had a a lot on her mind while experiencing painful contractions,but I wish I could've seen her be more concerned about her baby's survival rather than who the pop may be.