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A Few Words from The Bold and the Beautiful Head Writer

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A Few Words from The Bold and the Beautiful Head WriterBradley Bell (pictured), head writer and executive producer on The Bold and the Beautiful, recently spoke about his Daytime Emmy Award nomination How does it feel to be nominated?
BRADLEY BELL: Oh, it's very nice. It's wonderful. It's always a treat to be nominated. What are some standout moments from last year for you?
BRADLEY BELL: I think the shows surrounding Brooke's rape were excellent. Episode 5,000 in and of itself I thought was very special for us. The current storyline with Storm and Katie has been amazing. How have you been feeling about how it's playing out?
BRADLEY BELL: I've been thrilled. It's exceeded my expectations. We worked really hard on these weeks of shows and Heather Tom, Jennifer Gareis, the Logan girls, Patrick Duffy coming in, Katherine Kelly Lang, William deVry - everyone has been sensational, production has been right on it. I just couldn't be more thrilled. This is really what we try to do.

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