B&B spoilers recap for Monday, February 28, 2022, features Hope Logan Spencer taking a page out of the Forrester kids’ book. She turned up at the bar to set up a bit of a parent trap of her own…except in a completely opposite way.
B&B Spoilers Recap Highlights
Sheila Carter (Kimberlin Brown) gave Deacon Sharpe (Sean Kanan) the goods on the Bridge drama. Deacon almost didn’t believe her until his daughter showed up. Hope (Annika Noelle) confirmed Brooke Logan Forrester (Katherine Kelly Lang) is alone, and then she laid into Deacon to fix his mess.
She all but begged Deacon to not go to Brooke, but show up and see Ridge Forrester (Thorsten Kaye) instead. Hope outright asked Deacon to clear the air and make it known he doesn’t want Brooke and isn’t a threat. Maybe, just maybe, Ridge would see the light and take Brooke back!
B&B Recap: Mutual Disgust
As for Sheila, she took off to the Logan mansion for some bragging, boasting, and teasing. She waltzed right in to confront her nemesis. It wasn’t too long ago Brooke was swearing to keep Sheila away from her family. Well, well, well, look how the tables have turned. It’s Brooke who is losing ground, not her.
The fur started flying when Sheila and Brooke pushed all of each other’s buttons, and eventually, they were both in tears while yelling. Sheila cried while hurling insults. Brooke cried while wondering aloud why she drank. It was quite a pitiful scene.
The Bold and the Beautiful Recap: A Beautiful Gesture
Meanwhile, Ridge got a pep talk from his kids before they headed out and left their parents to their devices. Taylor Hayes (Krista Allen) turned on her good girl charms and offered to support Ridge no matter what he decides. Of course, choosing her is the better option, but that’s neither here nor there. She just wanted Ridge to be happy.
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