The Bold and the Beautiful recap for Thursday, March 18, 2021, features Steffy truly letting go of Liam, Hope nearing her limit, and Thomas pushing a few buttons.
The Bold and the Beautiful Recap Highlights
It’s was buh-bye time for Living Room Liam over at the Cliff House. The ring on Steffy’s (Jacqueline MacInnes Wood) finger finally paved the way for her to finally take down the portrait. In its place hung pictures of Steffy and Finn (Tanner Novlan), and yes, one of Liam too but as a family with Kelly and not a romantic snap.
Steffy then sat Kelly down for a little talk about the big changes around the house. Not only was Finn hanging on the wall but he was moving in. Cha cha cha, Kelly said.
Hope Was Over It
Liam (Scott Clifton) was not just ejected from Steffy’s living room, but he was dangerously close to getting the boot at his own house too. He once again went off about her friendship with Thomas (Matthew Atkinson) and she reached her breaking point. How dare he after all he did? Hope isn’t the one who cheated.
Speaking of that night with Steffy, Hope had one more question to ask. Did he tell Steffy he loved her during the affair? Liam admitted he did. Hope lost it. Her last nerve was shot and she lashed out at Liam like never before.
Thomas Stood His Ground
Meanwhile, Ridge (Thorsten Kaye) was happy to announce that the cops arrested Vinny (Joe LoCicero). Thomas was still dumbfounded his best friend could do such a thing. How dare he? Brooke (Katherine Kelly Lang) showed her true colors once again and accused Thomas of being in on it.
Thomas and Ridge promptly put Brooke in her place. If Thomas was in on the swap, then why would he expose it? Thomas admitted he would always have a soft spot for Hope but would never want to be with her that way. His days of scamming and scheming are behind him.
Thomas did say he wanted Hope happy, though, and insinuated Liam was not the guy to make her happy. Brooke did not like that one little bit. The Bold and the Beautiful (BB) airs weekdays on CBS. Check your local listings for airtimes.