(Peter Reck­ell and Kris­tian Al­fonso)

Soap Opera Digest - - ROUNDUP -

For Bo and Hope fans, two mag­i­cal mo­ments floated to the top, sur­pass­ing even their lav­ish 1985 wed­ding in Eng­land. The first was when Bo charged into the church in 1984 to stop Hope from mar­ry­ing sleazy DA Larry (who had ma­nip­u­lated Hope into be­liev­ing that Bo didn’t love her). While Larry lifted his “bride’s” veil to dis­cover Howie Hoff­sted­der in her place, Bo and Hope tore off on his mo­tor­cy­cle to the tune of “Holdin’ Out For A Hero”. The sec­ond can be summed up in two words: Oak Al­ley. It was still

1984, but took place af­ter Hope had been forced to marry

Larry. In scenes shot on lo­ca­tion in New

Or­leans, the love­birds con­vened at Oak

Al­ley plan­ta­tion, where they donned pe­riod cos­tumes and ex­changed heart­felt vows in a pseudo wed­ding cer­e­mony be­fore Bo car­ried

Hope up­stairs to a can­delit bed­room, where they made love for the first time.


At Oak Al­ley, 1984 The in­ter­rupted wed­ding, 1984

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