The Bold and the Beautiful recap for Monday, December 6, 2021, features Brooke Logan Forrester putting her foot down with her husband. He overstepped and she was not letting him get away with it.
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Ridge Forrester (Thorsten Kaye) told Brooke (Katherine Kelly Lang) he kicked out Hope Logan Spencer (Annika Noelle). To say that didn’t go over well is an understatement. Brooke reminded him this is HER house and SHE gets to decide who lives there.
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Brooke also reminded Ridge of all the times she stood by him with his own kids. Remember when your son was a maniac, Ridge? Yeah, Brooke let that messed-up monster live in their home. The least he could do is let Hope live her life too.
As for Hope, she broke the news to Liam Spencer (Scott Clifton). He had just come from the main house and was shocked to hear all that went down. However, he didn’t see it as a huge threat. He saw it as a new opportunity. Moving would give them their own home, more space, and lots of freedom. Why not finally grow up?
Eventually, Liam and Hope made their way to the main house to announce their intentions of giving up their bill-free lifestyle. Brooke stopped them in their tracks. No one is moving. No one is kicked out. This was her property and what she says goes…and that’s that!
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As for Deacon, he showed up to Sheila Carter’s (Kimberlin Brown) room to give her his good news. He’s back in his daughter’s good graces and Brooke’s too. In fact, he was sure it was only a matter of time before he would get Brooke back.
This was all very upsetting for Sheila. She was very much about Deacon and even invited him to stay with her longer…in her bed. Deacon turned her down flat. Sheila is no Brooke and Brooke is the only woman for him.
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