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1 December 2nd, 2010 Mick Cain returns as C.J. to B&B for two episodes!

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Here is a bit of a shocker!  Mick Cain is reprising his role of Sally Spectra and Clarke Garrison’s son, C.J. Garrison on upcoming episodes of The Bold and the Beautiful!  According to CBS Soaps in Depth, mark your calendars for Tuesday, December 21 and Wednesday, December 22.  On the story front, apparently C.J. returns to town to conduct some important business with Stephanie Forrester (Susan Flannery).

The actor told Soaps in Depth that his return came as an unexpected surprise. “It’s funny — every time I think I’ve seen the last of C.J., [executive producer and headwriter Bradley Bell] gives me a call with a little something for me,” Cain notes. “It’s such a cool thing to jump back in there and see everyone.”

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  1. bottomchef says:

    B&B: Keep Cain and fire half the cast! He can actually act. He was good and sometimes even great on B&B, so of course they fired him.

    Handsome picture also. Not that he’s old per se, but he’s aging very well.

    He could very well hold his own when acting w/ La Flannery. CJ had a lot of potential and he was the only actor to be tolerable and even likeable during the vilified Amber saga on B&B. Rick, CJ and Deacon unrealistically wanted that piece of trash Amber at the same time, so of course they had to get rid of CJ. He had potential w/ Jennifer Finnigan, who portrayed the real Bridget, but they got rid of him again for incestuous Ridge/Bridget.

    It would be great if CJ reclaimed Spectra from those skanks at Jackie M. He could really shake up Sally’s stomping grounds since those Jackie M skanks have pretty mush desecrated the Spectra building. They will never compare to the campiness and bravura of Sally, CJ, Darla, Macy and Saul. And keep CJ away from Rick! There’s no need to revisit that, and Lowder is a terrible actor anyway. Maybe they could even make CJ gay, that is if the writers could actually fathom the concept of gay and lesbian fashion designers. LOL.

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