The Bold and the Beautiful recap for Wednesday, November 28 features another Taylor meltdown, Liam putting his foot down, and Bill calling in a favor.
A Ball Of Fury
The Forrester office was a place for fireworks today as Taylor (Hunter Tylo) berated Hope (Annika Noelle) over and over again. The more she spoke, the louder she became and it wasn’t long before the situation became terrifying.
Liam Steps Up
Thankfully, Liam (Scott Clifton) showed up before Taylor could fully combust. He stepped right in and put her in her place. She has no right to come down on anyone, least of all his pregnant wife!
Liam was fresh from his visit with Steffy, begging her to see the light. He’ll allow Taylor around her granddaughter, but demanded she will always be supervised. Now, he may want to ban her from Kelly’s life altogether.
In fact, he made sure to keep his new family safe too. He sat Hope down and told her all the details of his father’s shooting.
Talk To Your Mom
Liam wasn’t the only one trying to give Steffy (Steffy MacInnes Wood) a reality check. Bill (Don Diamont) made an appearance at Steffy’s house and asked for her help.
He promised to keep Taylor out of prison but he’s reaching the end of his rope with her bitterness. Steffy needs to put her mom in check before he does something to permanently get her out of his face.
Ridge (Thorsten Kaye) was in for a surprise when he spent the afternoon with his dad and Quinn (Rena Sofer). They dined on leftovers, dished about their loved ones, and shared how grateful they were for the past holiday.
However, a knock at the door had Ridge’s mouth hanging wide open when he saw Taylor through the peephole. His ex is back, and while he’s happy to see her, he knows full well a visit from Taylor means a whole boatload of drama ahead.
The two sat down to catch up, shared their fears for Steffy and Kelly, and relived some of their past. The conversation was pleasant enough but Ridge was sure to keep his walls up around her.
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