So B&B’s Zoe accepted an engagement ring from the very sincere and lovesick Carter, knowing she had the hots for fashionista Zende, who kissed Zoe’s sister Paris, who feels bad for Carter. Why would a woman accept a ring from one guy while she fantasizes about another, and doesn’t even feel guilty about it? Zoe is a piece of work, and Zende needs to tell her to take a hike, but apparently, he is titillated by her admiration for him. He needs to be more forceful in his words and let her know in no uncertain terms he has no interest in her, especially if she could hurt Carter this way. So happy to see Bill and Katie back, but where is Brooke? And Quinn and Eric? We love the familiar and miss them when they don’t appear for lengths of time. The newbies are fun for a few shows, but monopolizing airtime is a turnoff.
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