The Bold And The Beautiful spoilers have highlighted a noticeable shift in John Finn Finnegan’s behavior, leaving viewers pondering the implications for the current storyline.
As Xander underscores Thomas’s troubled past, Finn’s concern has been steadily increasing. He confronts Thomas directly, revealing a more assertive side of himself. However, this raises questions about whether Finn’s actions are responsible.
Finn’s unexpected protectiveness toward Hope appears to be out of character, more in line with Liam’s behavior. Considering that Finn hasn’t spent much time with Hope over the years, it does seem odd for him to suddenly position himself as her protector.
There are uncomfortable exchanges between Finn and Thomas as it seems that Finn is taking over Liam’s customary protecting role.
Finn’s actions imply a certain instability in Thomas, even if the narrative emphasizes his evil background.
There are questions raised by Finn’s unwavering insistence that Thomas will never be with Hope while he is alive. It begs the question, if Finn has no romantic past with Hope, why is his life now all about her?
The Bold And The Beautiful Spoilers:Finn Letting His Scary “Inner-Sheila” Out?
Though it’s conceivable that the writers want to pair Finn and Hope later on, that doesn’t excuse Finn’s overly protective behavior right now.
If the show takes a surprising turn and presents Finn as the possibly hazardous person, the issue becomes much more compelling. If the conflict over Hope gets worse, might Finn become a threat to Thomas?
It is possible to see Thomas and Finn engaging in a last-minute altercation that could turn violent and have dire repercussions.
If Finn accidentally hurts Thomas, it could show a darker side that is similar to that of his birth mother, Sheila.
Even though Finn is a kind guy overall, there’s a risk element to the story because of the possibility that he would temporarily adopt a bad boy persona because of Sheila’s DNA.
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