Aug 1, Bold and the Beautiful spoilers reveal Dollar Bill Spencer designed a dress to Before this marriage between Bill Spencer and Steffy Forrester can take . Quiz: Are You Old-School Enough to Recognize These Gadgets?Zoo. Brooke and Stephanie reach an understanding, Steffy warns Bill he has to choose, and Thomas tests the berries. She talks about how Brooke and Ridge's marriage has worked out, and how nice Ridge quizzes Brooke about the island. Aug 23, The two bonded over a couple of drinks and when Sally told Wyatt she had Steffy hatched a plan in to seduce Bill for his Forrester.
You may like Angelina Jolie is not averse to moving into the world of politics Now that her wish has come true, it could backfire on her marriage. Although she acknowledges that Dollar Bill went too far by ordering the Spectra building to be set on fire, Steffy was in agreement with his plan to reunite her brother and his niece. Advertisement Liam and his wife have voiced different opinions on the situation ever since.
Now that Thomas is not coming back to LA, Sally is alone and vulnerable. She is also grateful to Liam for giving her full ownership of the Spectra building and property. As the tension mounts between Liam and Steffy over their differing opinions regarding Bill, Liam also may feel alone. His wife does not understand why he is not willing to reconcile with his father.
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If she had any idea that Liam had given C. Garrison the millions for the Spectra building that Bill originally offered him she would be livid. Liam and Wyatt will be at odds again Spoiler alerts have also indicated that Bill and Wyatt may work together to oust Liam from his position of power at "Spencer Publications. Nicole even got one for her wedding, and Sheila had one commissioned! Can you imagine the holy hell that would have rolled if there had been portraits before Stephanie's death?
And dare I say it -- that's never been the most flattering pose to immortalize La Forrester. I would have preferred something from the more elegant earlier days than having Gangsta Granny glaring at me.
But Pam considered it sacred and promptly took Quinn's portrait down, maybe or maybe not getting ready to punch a hole in it as retribution.
Poor guy -- he always seems to be interrupting fights between other women and his wife. At least nobody was lying in a pool of blood this time, like when Quinn battled Sheila. Pam cried that everything was ruined, and she couldn't have her wedding at the house now! Hey, my ex is a composer, and he taught me that is called "unempathetic film scoring. Charlie is well aware of Pam's mental health issues and loves her, anyway; he's been so supportive of Pam through the wedding fracas, and Dick Christie is knocking it out of the park, showing the sensitive side of the security guard.
Charlie even made the interesting comment that, while Pam has often lamented the loss of Stephanie, she hadn't mentioned much about the death of her mother, Ann. Pam had little to say here, too -- instead, we saw it for ourselves via the scene where the matriarch to beat all matriarchs, Ann Douglas, left us, on the beach, with daughters Pam and Stephanie at her side.
It's true -- we don't get too many Stephanie flashbacks. This week's judicious use of flashbacks, actually covering the past and not something we just saw in the previous episode, was ace. FYI, Pam's "we did it" comment, out of context, may have been confusing; what they "did" was bust Ann out of the hospital and take her to Paradise Cove, where Ann wanted to die.
It was a great scene nine years ago -- and today. Charlie assured her that wouldn't be the case with him, but he gently accepted his ring back as Pam called off their wedding. Now, this is some soap opera! Not only digging into some real psychological reasons behind a character's rationale, but letting some of the older folks take the spotlight for a change.
So As the World Turns. I thought I was in Oakdale! This also ramps up the rooting value for a Pharlie Cham? I've waited for this for five years; with this story, I'm fine waiting a little longer. Meanwhile, the young'uns were downstairs, parading around in the unmentionables Stephanie used to blast as classless but which now adorn the display case in Forrester Creations' foyer.
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Zoe and Xander wordlessly slinked around while Emma wordlessly fumed, which is about all of that story we need to see, though it was a good reminder. And Sally pranced in a skimpy creation, which the original Sally would have loved. Then this buyer Leo walked in. What is it Carly Rae Jepsen once sang? Steffy was entranced, too -- so much so that Wally gave each other knowing looks as a love connection was being made right in front of them.
But then the klaxons sounded! Steffy aborted the connection in progress! Let me get this right. Have you seen this guy? Haven't you heard of "living well is the best revenge"? Steffy could even have screamed out Liam's name in bed and had a convincing cover story, with this hunk having a similar-sounding name. Okay, it's not just that the guy literally melts any surface he walks on. It's that it would be nice to see Steffy actually move on with someone that's not Liam or related to Liam.
And didn't Steffy and Leo have chemistry for days? She lit up like the L. Look, Hope has Liam now; let's call it over.
Steffy deserves to be happy, too. Chester, who was keeping watch over the comatose Bill. Too bad he wasn't around the last time Bill lay in a hospital bed. Can you believe that was just eight months ago?
Not helping is the fact that Bill fell from his second-story balcony. That was only where Caroline fell from while arguing with Bill in If Bill had to be hospitalized again, couldn't we have had a more original injury? Well, wouldn't you know, Bill came to at the sight of Brooke's boobs -- I mean the sound of Brooke's voice. Actually, no, I don't. Bill's entire fascination with Brooke started after he fantasized about her bosom during a double date with Ridge and Katie.
I also don't believe word one about how Bill never stopped loving Brooke.
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That's the same claim he was making about Steffy not half a year ago. Please and double please. Bill was conscious about thirty-seven seconds when he told Brooke he'd had a lot of time to think about how he'd been living his life, and he was a changed man.
Honey, I wouldn't even buy that with the Benjamin that Brooke waved under Bill's nose. Oh, I agree with Bill's contention that he'd "still be a warrior, but there's a better way to fight. With the hole in his lung still healing up, this guy went to a meditation retreat, said a few "namastes," and promptly came back to blackmail Steffy into marrying him by threatening to throw shooter Taylor in jail.
So, I am not here for Bill and his instant rehabilitation. At least when Bill exhorted Brooke to come back to him, the once and former Slut from the Valley announced, "I am married to Ridge, and that hasn't and won't change. She believes Bill's vow to reform, based on A few tears and some pretty words?
Even Eric, whom Brooke labeled "the one who taught me the value of giving second chances," wasn't jumping on the Bill train. And sorry, Dollah, but the big show of taking off your famed sword necklace didn't convince me, either. You gave it to Brooke last year, too, remember?
And what are these things made of, tin foil? Liam crushed his in his hand after Bill sexed Steffy, and now, Ridge snapped Bill's with a little hammer tap. Considering Quinn made the original one for Bill, Forrester might want to exert more quality control over her product! Sorry to break it to you, Wyatt, but Sanchez wouldn't even be able to figure out why Humpty Dumpty had a great fall. Eight months in, and Sanchez let the case of Bill's shooting go colder than Antarctica was pre-global warming.
When is Taylor going to be found guilty? Hey, it wouldn't matter; as I said, no one goes to jail on this show. Well, except Deacon, but he was written off. And it turns out Ridge actually did push Bill off the balcony, not merely that Bill fell in the scuffle. Ridge showed amazing compassion when, at Bill's bedside, he told Bill he didn't want him to die, but it didn't last long.
Ridge was so anti-Bill at a family dinner that everyone's expression read "AWKwarrrrrrd! Because the entire group was crammed around the coffee table like they were heating up TV dinners And why was alcoholic Katie drinking wine while fellow alcoholic Brooke was knocking back water? But I guess, rightly, the menu was the last thing on these people's minds.
Especially with Bill on the case across town. Bill was so Zen about Ridge's latest confrontation, he even made Ridge laugh by saying, "it's the little dogs that make the most noise. When Bill told Justin that the Dressmaker was on edge and that "Bill Spencer always gets what he wants," I knew that all that kumbaya stuff really was a ruse! I also got more evidence that it's probably Bill and Justin who should be together.
Justin told Bill he should be at home resting, and Bill balked, retorting, "unless you wanna give me a sponge bath.
But this jocularity soon ceased and desisted. Justin very abruptly popped off that he had been looking into Judge McMullen, I guess in the time he doesn't spend with his niece Emma. Will she get her own custody case? And check it -- Justin got the lowdown that the judge was repeatedly visited by someone who looks an awful lot like Ridge! Wow, that was easy. I admit I'd already forgotten about Ridge influencing Will's custody case, but that deduction came so fast, Justin might as well have asked Alexa for it!
Ridge may have to trade in his refreshing burgundy shirt why is he always in blacks and grays and blues? But there was a definite whiff of something else this week.
I'm sensing flip-flopping in the air.