There's Hope For Her After All, B&BBy Naomi Rabinowitz Posted: Jun 7, 2011
Good for Hope for seeing through Thomas's lie about having slept with Brooke on the island. Not only does this present an interesting conflict between the step sibs, but it gives goody-goody Hope something to do other than mope around and waffle between Liam and Oliver. I like seeing this side of Hope — a smart, savvy, young woman who doesn't take any nonsense — and I'd like to see more of her in the future. Sure, love stories are fun, but Hope is too young to be tied down and her portrayer Kim Matula is too talented to be stuck in a dull triangle. Let's see Brooke and Deacon's daughter get the guy — and some chutzpah.