The B&B recap for Wednesday, November 30, 2022, sees a wrong righted…or at least explained. Whether or not the messenger will be forgiven, and the matter swept under the rug, remains to be seen.
B&B Recap Highlights
In this episode, Ridge Forrester (Thorsten Kaye) dipped out of his wedding to Taylor Hayes (Krista Allen) to go and make a profuse apology to Brooke Logan (Katherine Kelly Lang). Back at the Forrester manse, Ridge’s eldest kids played the blame game while elsewhere, Sheila Carter (Kimberlin Brown) was spouting all kinds of nonsense. Now, let’s take a deeper look into what went on.
Bold and the Beautiful Recap: First Things First
Despite Taylor standing before him anxiously awaiting an answer — and in case you’ve forgotten, the question is whether or not he intends to go through with their nuptials — all Ridge could do was unleash his anger upon Thomas Forrester (Matthew Atkinson).
How could Thomas have done this to him? To Brooke? To their family? Must be because he’s a self-centered, delusional child who’s lost all grasp on reality — and not for the first time. Furthermore, he’s sick and twisted and in need of some serious help…thank G-d his mother is a world-renowned psychiatrist.
As for the consequences that Thomas will soon face, how about being banished from the family company? Huh? Huh?! How would he like that? And don’t even get smart and wonder aloud if he’ll be banished from the family altogether because that’s still on the table. Ridge is that angry.
In fact, Ridge is so angry that rather than spend a solitary second explaining his intentions to Taylor, he mutters something about setting things straight and walks right out the door. No guess as to where he’s headed.
B&B Recap: Denial Ain’t Just A River In Egypt
Speaking of sick and twisted delusionals, Sheila still has her heart set on making things right with John “Finn” Finnegan (Tanner Novlan) and claiming her rightful place in her son and grandson’s lives. After all, she once put a bullet in Taylor, and they were able to be friendly with one another — surely Finn can get past his mom trying to kill his wife and accidentally shooting him in the process…right? Deacon Sharpe (Sean Kanan) doesn’t think so.
In point of fact, Deacon warns Sheila that she’s living in cloud cuckoo land and would be better off staying her behind put in his compact apartment. Thanks, but no thanks, declares Sheila.
The Bold and the Beautiful Recap: The Truth Outs
Since all roads lead to Brooke, Hope Logan Spencer’s (Annika Noelle) first stop from the airport is her mother’s abode. How’s Brooke doing? How’s she keeping? How’s she handling things? How’s she coping? Should Hope be worried that Brooke’s going to down the contents of the fully stocked liquor bar that is inexplicably placed within reach of an alcoholic? Not at all, assures Brooke.
Truth be told, she’s doing as well as can be expected. Sure, she’s sad, but at least she has her memories of her life with Ridge — or, at least of Kaye’s version of the character — to keep her company. That’ll suffice for now, at least until she finally figures out why it is that her husband left her in the first place.
And since all roads lead to Brooke, Ridge is soon in her living room, explaining exactly why he left her in the first place. Go figure it had something to do with his mentally unbalanced son — the same one that Brooke had been warning him about for months on end. If only he’d listened then.
B&B Recap: What Remains
As far as Thomas is concerned, everything that’s happening right now, including Taylor dejectedly sitting in a pool of tears, is all down to Steffy and her bizarre need to tell the truth. The way Steffy sees it, if Thomas hadn’t played G-d with people’s lives, their parents would have found their way back to one another naturally. As for Taylor, she just wants to pretty cry in peace. Is that too much to ask?
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