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Top 5 Bold and the Beautiful Things To Miss About Quinn Fuller

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Truth be told, I began watching The Bold and the Beautiful in earnest, because I was intrigued by the Quinn Fuller and Eric Forrester pairing. It was wild and out of the blue with complications at every turn. Namely, Eric’s family who loathed his new bride for good reason.

Bold and the Beautiful: End of the Road

Yet there was something mesmerizing about the twosome. Perhaps it was the opposites attract theme coupled with the chemistry between Rena Sofer and John McCook. The Quinn/Eric love story has since wrapped, and Sofer is days away from airing for the final time. In honor of her portrayal of the fascinating character, here are five things I’ll miss about Quinn.

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B&B: Diabolical Quinn

Having gone back and watched earlier episodes of B&B, no one was better than playing psychotically unbalanced than Sofer during her initial years as Quinn. She was driven, diabolical and obsessed with managing her son Wyatt Spencer’s (Darin Brooks) love life. Sofer’s take on the character was wild and wonderful, and she quickly emerged as one of the show’s most fascinating and fiery villainesses.

The Bold and the Beautiful: Mama Bear

Quinn’s mother/son relationship with Wyatt (Darin Brooks) has been one of the most unique in daytime. They have loved each other through thick and thin. Their bond has never wavered, despite all of Quinn’s numerous acts of evil. No one could ever doubt her love and devotion to her only child.

B&B Couples: Quarter Time

The Quinn/Carter affair, much like the Quinn/Eric one, came out of nowhere and worked. She was a married woman feeling unloved and undesirable. He was a reputable guy trying to comfort her. When they quickly succumbed to passion, it was a shocker. Even more shocking was when that fling turned into genuine love. Their story was beguiling from day one.

The Bold and the Beautiful: Female Feuds

Quinn’s battles with the Logan women, particularly Brooke Logan Forrester (Katherine Kelly Lang) and Donna Logan (Jennifer Gareis), fueled the soap for years. It was seriously hard not to side with Quinn when it came to Brooke, who tried to undermine her marriage to Eric at every turn. And Donna constantly hanging around pining for Eric would have tried the patience of a saint, let alone Quinn. Their conflicts and clashes over the years were some of the show’s all-time best.

Hello, Mrs. Forrester

Coming full circle what I’ll miss most is Quinn’s relationship with Eric. It was not only a true love story, but also one of great personal growth for Quinn. Having a man of Eric’s integrity absolutely devoted to her changed Quinn. She turned her life around, matured and became a better a woman. She truly loved Eric from the depths of her soul and proved that when she chose to stay with him despite his battles with ED. In the end they parted amicably, still loving friends, which was a true testament to the special relationship they shared.


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Janet Di Lauro

Janet Di Lauro is a contributing editor at Soap Opera Digest and a writer at Cynopsis.com and Soap Hub.com.
She has been writing about daytime and primetime television for over 30 years.
Prior to her current gigs, Janet ran ThoughtCo.com’s Days of our Lives website. She has built a career in daytime television coverage that has spanned over 30 years and includes a stint as the West Coast editor of Soap Opera Weekly magazine from the publication’s debut in 1989 through 2010. In addition, she was the features editor of Daytime TV magazine and editor of Soap Opera Stars magazine during her publishing years working in New York.
Based in California, Janet has interviewed daytime’s biggest stars, past and present, from Peter Reckell and Kristian Alfonso (Bo and Hope, Days of Our Lives”) to Susan Lucci (Erica Kane, All My Children) to Maurice Benard (Sonny, General Hospital) to Peter Bergman (Jack, The Young and the Restless). In addition to her daytime work, she served as a contributing editor on the tween publication Pixie and was a feature editor on Reality Check magazine.

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