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Finn’s Evil Side Reveals Itself, Dissociative Identity Disorder?



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Bold and the Beautiful fans are seeing a different side of Dr. John “Finn” Finnegan (Tanner Novlan). He seems to be becoming almost obsessed with proving that his brother-in-law Thomas Forrester (Matthew Atkinson) has not changed. What is going on with Finn? Is he beginning to prove that the apple doesn’t fall too far from the biological tree? Keep reading to find out more.

Is Finn’s evil side coming out?

Bold and the Beautiful spoilers reveal that fans could see more of a dark side to Finn. Many are wondering why all of a sudden Finn is so obsessed with protecting Hope Logan (Annika Noelle). The two have never really had a strong relationship so why is he acting like she is an ex he’s protecting from harm?

It’s as though he’s taken Liam Spencer’s (Scott Clifton) role in protecting Hope from evil. This new side of Finn has led to some heated discussions with his wife’s brother, Thomas Forrester.

Xander is out to prove that Thomas was responsible for Emma Barber’s death. And, for some reason, Finn seems just as determined to prove that Thomas still has a villainous side to him. In fact, him vowing that Thomas will never be with Hope as long as he lives makes Finn seem a bit mentally unstable as well.

Tanner Novlan-Finn Finnegan-YouTube

Tanner Novlan-Finn Finnegan-YouTube

This has fans wondering if perhaps his genetics are kicking in and his Sheila Carter (Kimberlin Brown) side is kicking in. What if one of his confrontations with Thomas goes too far and he hurts Steffy’s brother?

Chances are premeditating an attack on Thomas wouldn’t quite be in Finn’s nature. However, if something does spontaneously erupt between them, Finn could use the mental illness route to get himself out of trouble. Perhaps he will claim he wasn’t himself.

Could Finn actually have Dissociative Identity Disorder?

Annika Noelle-Hope Logan-YouTube

Annika Noelle-Hope Logan-YouTube

What is Dissociative Identity Disorder?

According to the Mayo Clinic, Dissociative Identity Disorder is “formerly known as multiple personality disorder, this disorder involves “switching” to other identities. You may feel as if you have two or more people talking or living inside your head. You may feel like you’re possessed by other identities.”

Could sweet Dr. Finn have multiple personalities? It would add a big twist to the show and prove that Finn is more like his birth mother than he cares to admit.

The question is, how far will he go to keep Hope safe and out of Thomas’ life? If he stays on this track, it could also spell trouble for his marriage to Steffy. Stay tuned because fans may see a side to Finn’s personality they never saw coming.

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