On today’s Bold and the Beautiful episode, Brooke Logan turned a head by just being. She’s that desirable.
Bold and the Beautiful Recap Highlights
In addition, Thomas (Matthew Atkinson) begged his sister for her unbridled support, then threatened her when she refused to give it. Now, let’s dig a little deeper into what exactly happened.
Brooke Logan’s Milk Shake Brings ALL The Boys To Her Yard
After their meal at Il Giardino, Brooke (Katherine Kelly Lang) and Taylor (Krista Allen) were stuffed…but they also could probably go for some dessert. Maybe. Paul Hollister (Hollis W. Chambers) — Hollis to his good friends — was on hand to fetch the ladies some menus, on the off chance that they had the room, and he made it more than clear that he was there to serve them and that he’d be happy to do just that.
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Brooke was thankful. Deacon sure does hire courtesy waitstaff. Meanwhile, Taylor couldn’t help but snicker. Hollis was clearly flirting with her dinner companion. Pish, posh, dismissed Brooke. The man was only doing what he was paid to do. No more, no less. He certainly didn’t have an amorous agenda. Maybe, maybe not, allowed Taylor, but would it be so bad if the opposite was true?
Bad, no, admitted Brooke. Then again, she’s not the least bit interested in entangling herself with yet another man…and especially one whose much, much, mu*ahem* slightly younger than she. Brooke does not need that drama.
Besides, Brooke only has one thing on her mind, and no, it’s not the Hell that her daughter is going through because, why worry much about Hope (Annika Noelle) and her feelings at this late date? No, Brooke’s sole focus is her budding sisterhood with Taylor. Isn’t it just the best? Gosh, if only Brooke could convince Taylor to go whole hog and move in with her, then everything would be hunky-dory.
Taylor’s begged off giving an answer. She’s still noodling it over. What is clear to her, however, are those signals coming off of Hollis. He is HOT for Brooke. That pleases Taylor to no end.
Brooke still wasn’t convinced. Then Hollis deployed a little harmless subterfuge to get her digits and sent her text that read, in part, “Here’s my number…if you ever need anything.” Also, smirky face emoji. One of the most flirty of the flirty emojis
B&B Recap: Later, Rinse, Repeat
Thomas was flummoxed. Why is it that Steffy (Jacqueline MacInnes Wood) is denying him unfettered access to his son? What’s up with her and Finn (Tanner Novlan) demanding that he call first before coming over? They expect him to, what, exactly? Respect their personal space? Make sure that Douglas (Henry Joseph Samiri) wants to interact with him? Don’t they know that this isn’t about what they or Douglas want, but about what Thomas wants?
He expects better of Steffy. He expects his sister to support him unconditionally. He expects her to welcome him back into the family fold, back into the company, and into his son’s life. What Thomas doesn’t expect is for Steffy to play gatekeeper and keep him from seeing Douglas. If she really loves him, she’d do all this and more for him. Doesn’t Steffy love him? Doesn’t Steffy want him to be happy?
Obviously not, because cut to Steffy and Finn alone in the house bemoaning the drama that has already landed at their door. Steffy always knew that she and Thomas had issues. She’d always felt a bit of jealousy on his part, especially after she rose in the ranks to become co-CEO with Ridge, but this…this is just next level.
Elsewhere, Paris Buckingham’s (Diamond White) apartment to be exact, Thomas stared out a window and flashbacked to happier times with his son — no putting the frighteners on the boy with that holographic ghost, or growling menacingly at him, threatening him, towering over him and lurching.
Afterward, Thomas made a vow that he’d make things right. He’d finally, FINALLY become the loving, caring father that Douglas deserves. He promises. And this time, he really, really means it. It won’t be like all the other times he said the exact same thing. Nope, no Siree. This time the redemption will stick.
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