The Bold and the Beautiful recap for Wednesday, October 20, 2021, focused on the aftermath of Carter Walton’s affair with the boss’s wife.
The Bold and the Beautiful Recap Highlights
The Logan sisters went to lunch to catch up on the local gossip and pry into everyone’s love lives. Donna Logan (Jennifer Gareis) whined about Eric Forrester (John McCook) being the only man for her. Katie Logan (Heather Tom) talked about needing to let Bill Spencer (Don Diamont) go. She needed a new man to love.
B&B Recap: Carter Set the Record Straight
Over at the mansion, Carter (Lawrence Saint-Victor) thought he was over there to work but it turned into the third degree. Once the paperwork was out of the way, Eric outright asked Carter what was going on with him and Quinn Fuller Forrester (Rena Sofer).
Carter made no secret of his feelings or his intentions. Yes, he fell for Quinn but it was very much over. He was thankful to Eric for forgiving him and keeping him around. He vowed to not mess up again. Eric and Ridge agreed to give Carter this pass.
Carter left and went to grab lunch where he ran into Katie. She invited him to sit so they could grab a bite to eat together. Carter was more than happy to accept and took a seat.
The Bold and the Beautiful Recap: Zende’s Falling In Love
Meanwhile, Paris Buckingham (Diamond White) and Zende Dominguez Forrester (Delon de Metz) were late getting to work, prompting gossip and even a mini search by Charlie Webber (Dick Christie). When they finally did arrive, they were greeted with some prying questions.
Zende happily told Hope Logan Spencer (Annika Noelle) about his night of passion. Over in the design office, Thomas Forrester (Matthew Atkinson) jokingly prodded into where Paris was last night. Boy, Zende was one very lucky man, Thomas said (more than once).
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