Schae Harrison Brings Darla Back to ‘B&B’; Will Justice Finally Be Served?

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When her character died following a tragic car accident back in 2006 after a drunken Taylor Forrester (Hunter Tylo) hit her with her car, fans thought they had seen the last of actress Schae Harrison in her popular interloping role as Darla Einstein Forrester on CBS’ “The Bold and the Beautiful,” but that would be anything but further from the truth! TV Guide‘s Michael Logan is reporting that justice may finally be served in the death of Darla just as Tylo is set to reprise her role on the series next month (Friday, February 28).

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Brian Lowe/JPI Studios

A rep for the soap tells Logan that “Harrison will be seen in at least three episodes — airing March 18, March 25 and April 7 — when Darla appears to her daughter Aly (Ashlyn Pearce) in spectral form.”

Watch the episode which ended Darla’s life and relive some iconic Forrester and Spectra family gathering time below:

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