The Bold and the Beautiful recap for Monday, November 1, 2021, features Quinn Fuller Forrester continuing to go off the rails over Donna Logan waking Eric Forrester’s sleeping giant.
The Bold and the Beautiful Recap Highlights
Brooke Logan Forrester (Katherine Kelly Lang) continued her hush-hush mission at the mansion. She convinced Eric to keep mum on his private happy time with Donna (Jennifer Gareis). Why stir the pot and awaken the darkness in Quinn? Little did they know, Quinn knew and she was furious.
B&B Recap: Quinn Fired A Lot Of (Proverbial) Shots
Over at the office, Quinn demanded Donna stay away from Eric, or else! Donna cried and told Quinn she wasn’t trying to get in the middle of her marriage. Quinn did not believe her (and she wasn’t wrong). Donna tried to act innocent but those jars of honey said otherwise.
Quinn left Donna alone to stew about her misdeeds. Eventually, Brooke came back and Donna whined to her about Quinn’s attack. See what you did, Brooke?! Of course, Brooke took no responsibility for her meddling ruining lives.
Back at the mansion, Quinn confronted her husband. She asked him for an explanation and he gave her a meek one about it all being quite innocent. She became unhinged when she realized the day he tried to make love with her was the day Donna turned him on. Quinn went completely ballistic and demanded Eric fire his paramour and delete her from their lives. No more Donna Logan, ever!
The Bold and the Beautiful Recap: Noticing You Noticing Me
Meanwhile, Katie Logan (Heather Tom) and Carter Walton (Lawrence Saint-Victor) finished up their fun and flirty lunch. She didn’t pull away when he held her hand and they joked about good things coming their way. Katie even admitted she noticed Carter. How could she not? He is the town’s most eligible bachelor. The sparks between them grew.
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