The Bold and the Beautiful recap for Thursday, June 17, 2021, features Bill going ballistic in the prison visiting room.
The Bold and the Beautiful Recap
It was another day of jailhouse visits, this time for Bill (Don Diamont). Wyatt (Darin Brooks) and Justin (Aaron D. Spears) showed up and fireworks ensued. Wyatt laid into his dad about landing behind bars and taking Liam down with him. How dare he?! Bill shut him down.
Dollar Bill Lashed Out
Bill then turned to Justin and unleashed on the legal eagle. he’s the lawyer here, why isn’t he pushing harder for a release? What is he doing for him, anyway? Justin was flabergasted. Everything he does is for Bill. Maybe if Dollar Bill hadn’t kept him in the dark, it would be different. But, no, Bill lied, schemed, kept secrets and now Bill has to clean up the mess. Bill told him to work harder, or else!
Bill then tried to justify his every move. He directed his attention to Wyatt and ranted about how he did what he had to do to protect the family. It’s just too bad it all went sideways. He is scared and sure Liam is too.
Will Love Win?
Down the hall, Hope (Annika Noelle) berated Liam (Scott Clifton) for losing faith. Liam once again explained there is a very real possibility he may never come home. Hope reiterated she would stand by his side no matter what. They touched through the glass and cried tearlessly as he was led away.
Brooke Threw A Fit
Over at FC, Brooke (Katherine Kelly Lang) heard Thomas visited Liam and lost it. How dare he contact Liam?! Well, Brooke, that’s not what happened. Thomas went there to talk, which they did. Oh, and Liam asked him to be there for Hope and the kids. Brooke had a nuclear meltdown and told Thomas to back off.
Hope came in and Brooke reported the request to her. Yeah, Mom, I know, Hope said. They all know. Everyone, including Thomas, hoped Liam would get out, especially since Bill is the villain here. But, they all had to face the fact it may not happen. The Bold and the Beautiful (BB) airs weekdays on CBS. Check your local listings for airtimes.