Sheryl Underwood of "The Talk" is about to return to her role on "The Bold and the Beautiful." It is always exciting when they shake things up and have a character return again. She will be playing the role of Emmy on the show once again when she comes back.

What is Emmy up to this time?

If you remember, she is a clerk who has a bit of a thing for Bill Spencer. Of course, everyone enjoys seeing the way she acts with him. Sheryl shared with Soap Opera Digest saying, "She’s a little unhinged and in her mind, she believes she and Bill Spencer can be together!" She will be in next week's issue sharing some of the big details about her time on the show and also about her thoughts on the upcoming Daytime Emmy announcements.

They are doing them live on "The Talk" on March 22.

This is not the first time that Sheryl Underwood has been on the show. The fans love her, but her role as Emmy is just one that they have her do from time to time.It is great to see that she is coming back again. She started playing the role about a year ago. No word on how often Sheryl will be back, but it doesn't look like she is planning to quit anytime soon. She is a great person to have around from time to time.

This isn't the only thing going on right now with "The Bold and the Beautiful." They are also celebrating their 30th anniversary. All month long at the end of episodes they are going to be showing clips from the video vault. This is a great way for fans to remember their favorite moments from the show, but if you haven't been watching for thirty years it also gives you a chance to get to see a few things you missed over the years.

March 23 will be the actual 30th anniversary of "The Bold and the Beautiful." If you have ever watched this show, then it is a month that you do not want to miss.

Are you happy that Sheryl Underwood is coming back to the show once again? Do you think this is a great addition to "The Bold and the Beautiful"? Sound off in the comments section below on your thoughts, and don't miss new episodes weekdays on CBS.