On today’s The Bold and the Beautiful episode, Bill Spencer made clear his intention to get back what he thinks of as his.
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In addition, an unhinged Sheila Carter (Kimberlin Brown) promised Steffy (Jacqueline MacInnes Wood) that nobody had seen the last of her and Cater (Lawrence Saint-Victor) and Katie (Heather Tom) affirmed their feelings for one another. Now, let’s dig a little deeper into what exactly happened.
Bill Spencer Is A Man With A Plan
At Bill’s (Don Diamont) palatial abode, Wyatt (Darin Brooks) and Liam (Scott Clifton) readied themselves for a severe admonishment that never actually came. Instead, Bill praised their efforts to turn a recently purchased, floundering streaming service dedicated to fashion. After all, they’d held down the fort while he appeared to be AWOL with Sheila.
Both men agreed that it was good to have their dad back — both personally and professionally. For his part, Bill turned his attentions to making up for time lost with “his” Katie.
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Wyatt and Liam granted Bill that he and Katie certainly had a history but were quick to pointedly point out that not all of it was good. For one, there’s the Brooke (Katherine Kelly Lang) of it all. But Bill will not be deterred. As far as he’s concerned, all he needs is time and access. He’ll earn another chance, and this time he won’t blow it.
What about Carter, queried the brothers Spencer. “He’ll move on,” suggested Bill. But Wyatt and Liam weren’t so sure. They suggested that Bill was moving too fast and underestimating Katie’s connection with Carter. Bill dismissed the notion out of hand.
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Opposite the above, Katie and Carter debated remaining in bed for the remainder of the day, but the latter reminded that he has work to attend to and she had a date with Bill.
Katie swore that it wasn’t a date. Bill just needs to talk with her. Maybe about Will. Carter suggested that she wasn’t being honest with herself, and Katie, in turn, suggested they forgo further conversation about Bill and instead make love.
Afterward, Katie rather spoiled the mood by wondering what it had been like with Quinn. Also, what was it with Quinn that made Carter act so out of character? Carter blanched; Katie granted that she was a “modern woman” who could talk bout anything with her partner. And she really, really wanted answers to her questions.
The best Carter could come up with was that there was a powerful attraction between him and the former Mrs. Eric Forrester, and that powerful attraction made for some incredible sex — but that’s all it was. Sex. What they have — Carter and Katie, that is — is real. They make love which is so much better. In fact, “it’s the best thing ever.”
Katie seconded that it was “the best” and suggested that perhaps it was even…love!
Bold and the Beautiful Recap: So You Say
Despite having her hunky husband and their house all to themselves, Steffy went to go and confront Sheila in the hopes of settling “unfinished business.”
So, while Finn (Tanner Novlan) entertained a visiting Li (Naomi Matsuda) [read: filled her in on Steffy’s intention and examined the state of her broken marriage which came about courtesy of Sheila’s revelations], Steffy, like Taylor (Krista Allen) before her, assured Sheila that she wouldn’t be remembered by anyone.
Sheila, in turn, threatened that she wouldn’t be in jail forever and that Steffy would be seeing her again…someday.
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