The Bold and the Beautiful recap for Thursday, October 28, 2021, features Brooke Logan Forrester meddling more than ever before. She can’t leave well enough alone when it comes to her sister’s happiness.
The Bold and the Beautiful Recap Highlights
Eric Forrester (John McCook) thanked Donna Logan (Jennifer Gareis) for revving his engine before heading home to Quinn Fuller Forrester (Rena Sofer). Poor Donna was devastated. Luckily, she had her sisters to lean on and she told them EVERYTHING. Eric was hot to trot for her but couldn’t hold his own with his wife. That had to mean something right? Darn right it does! Brooke (Katherine Kelly Lang) stormed off to make sure Eric knew it.
B&B Recap: Brooke Went Overboard
As for Eric, he shared a deep and romantic moment with Quinn full of flirting, smiling, and sweetness. It was great and Quinn was thankful to see a pep in her husband’s step. Little did Quinn know she wasn’t the real reason behind Eric’s mood.
No sooner did Quinn check out than Brooke came storming in. She wasted no time going at Eric about his passion for Donna. Why stay with Quinn when his mind, heart, and body responded to another woman? It’s clear he’s in love with Donna.
Poor Quinn was standing at the top of the stairs and heard the entire thing. Brooke was advocating for her sister and Eric wasn’t exactly turning her away. In fact, Eric didn’t fight or deny any of it.
The Bold and the Beautiful: Young Love
Meanwhile, Paris Buckingham (Diamond White) felt the love after setting up the Zende Dominguez Forrester fund. Zende (Delon de Metz) was impressed and promised her a night of passion and promise. Life was good. Well, for them, at least. Thomas Forrester (Matthew Atkinson) was in the design room with them and was subjected to the whole sickeningly sweet scene.
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