Now that Ridge and Brooke are once again happily married on The Bold and the Beautiful, the couple is going to need some conflict! After all, a happy marriage on soaps is a rare thing. They may not have to look far to see as to what they’ll be fighting about — their daughters!
Despite Hope (Annika Noelle) wanting to be Steffy’s pal, the battle lines will soon be drawn between them over Liam (Scott Clifton), now that Hope knows why they split up. Do you think the two women will cause a problem for their parents?
Oh, Yes, They Will!
The majority of you, almost 58%, feel that yes, Steffy (Jacqueline MacInnes Wood) and Hope will create a problem for Ridge (Thorsten Kaye) and Brooke (Katherine Kelly Lang).
Every parent wants their child to be happy and since Ridge feels that Steffy and Liam belong together, and Brooke wants her daughter to be happy and she knows she cares about Liam, the conflict is inevitable. Unless, of course, Liam can be successfully cloned and that’s not likely to happen!
Maybe Steffy or Hope — or both of them — will back away from Liam. If the two can keep from having conflict with one another, their parents will actually catch a break. A little over 42% of you believe that they actually won’t cause a problem for their parents.
Perhaps they’ll behave like the adults they are and handle their problems by themselves and tell their parents to butt out!
Odd Women Out
It’ll be a moot point for Hope and Steffy to argue over who’s going to win Liam’s heart if he ends up giving it to neither of them but to Sally (Courtney Hope). And why wouldn’t Liam go for Sally? He has the least amount of baggage with her.
And if Liam and Sally were to make a go of it, Hope might want to call up one of her ex-flames — Thomas (Pierson Fodé) — and bring him back to Los Angeles to see if he could steal Sally away from Liam, paving the way for a Hope/Liam reunion. Along the way, we can’t imagine Ridge and Brooke not getting involved at some point!
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