The Bold and the Beautiful recap Thursday, March 11, 2021, features Hope struggling with her future, Vinny doing a disappearing act, and Finn getting the greatest news of his life.
The Bold and the Beautiful Recap Highlights
The walls completely closed in on Vinny (Joe LoCicero). His secret was out and he was in big trouble. Thomas (Matthew Atkinson) mentioned jail time and Vinny lost it. He ran out the door before anyone could stop him. There was no way he was ending up in the slammer.
Finn (Tanner Novlan) was happy to let Vinny go (for now). He was a father and rushed to tell Steffy everything. Thomas left to tell Hope the news, and Finn made a beeline for the Forrester office with a huge smile on his face.
The Nick Of Time
Meanwhile, Steffy (Jacqueline MacInnes Wood) refused to listen to reason. She was all about going to Paris and giving everyone relief. Ridge made it clear no one would be happy to see her go, least of all Finn. Also, what about Liam? How would she explain taking his daughter across the world? She would figure that out later, she said.
No sooner had Steffy left than Finn came in. He was heartbroken when Ridge told him Steffy’s plans. She was leaving on the next plane. Finn rushed off to find her.
Finn found Steffy standing outside soaking in her last few moments at the Cliff House. She was shocked to hear him calling her name. Don’t go, he said, I have something to tell you. The most amazing thing happened. Steffy was confused.
I’ll Stay, For Now
Over at the cabin, Liam (Scott Clifton) came home to hear Hope (Annika Noelle) crying about her marriage. Brooke (Katherine Kelly Lang) told her to keep her chin up, patted Liam on the shoulder, and left them alone to talk. Hope told Liam she was willing to work on keeping their family together but made no promises. Take it or leave it. Liam took it and left to go to work.
Hope barely had a second to herself before Thomas burst in. He had big news to tell her! The Bold and the Beautiful (BB) airs weekdays on CBS. Check your local listings for airtimes.