B&B spoilers recap for Tuesday, January 4, 2022, features Douglas Forrester trying to tell the truth while Brooke Logan Forrester lives a life of lies.
B&B Spoilers Recap Highlights
Liam Spencer (Scott Clifton) spent the morning getting the kids ready for their day with Donna Logan (Jennifer Gareis) but Douglas (Henry Joseph Samiri) had another thing on his mind. He tried multiple times to tell Liam all about grandma kissing Santa Claus but Liam missed the warning. He corrected Douglas that the song was “mom” not grandma and sent him on his way to get ready.
B&B Recap: Brooke Struggled
As for that loose lips nana, Brooke (Katherine Kelly Lang) wiped away her tears and slapped on a smile. Before long, Hope joined them and the ladies shared all about the New Year’s Eve festivities, including Deacon’s visit. Ridge didn’t like it, but he took it all in stride. At least everyone behaved themselves, right?
Meanwhile, Deacon paid Liam a visit to talk to him man to man. Liam had his back up at first but it wasn’t long before Deacon started breaking down the walls. The men bonded over their mutual love for Hope and Deacon’s pleas for another chance to make things right with his daughter.
Later, Hope and Liam met up and compared notes about her parents. Hope was thankful Liam entertained Deacon’s reaching out. A very upset Brooke called Deacon to warn him away before reaching for a bottle again. At the same time, in her suite, Sheila Carter (Kimberlin Brown) was over the moon, sure her plan worked.
The Bold and the Beautiful Recap: A Bad Match
Over at the office, Carter Walton (Lawrence Saint-Victor) and Paris Buckingham (Diamond White) rehashed their kiss, what it meant, and how to move forward. They agreed she belonged with Zende Dominguez Forrester (Delon de Metz) – as long as he doesn’t propose.
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