B&B spoilers for Thursday, March 3, 2022, promises Deacon Sharpe does what he does best and kicks the charm into high gear. If Ridge Forrester is going to abandon Brooke Logan then why shouldn’t Deacon head on over and pick up the pieces?
B&B Spoilers Highlights
Deacon (Sean Kanan) gave Ridge (Thorsten Kaye) a chance to go back to his wife. In fact, he rallied for the reunion (even if it was only at the direction of his daughter, but hey he did it, right?). He did all he could to convince Ridge the road to happiness was Brooke (Katherine Kelly Lang) but he didn’t listen and is clearly done with his marriage. So, why should Deacon sit on the sidelines now?
Bold and Beautiful: Chasing Happiness
Deacon goes back on his promise to his daughter and makes a play for the love of his life. He shows ups for Brooke in a way she does not expect…but may end up appreciating. She is alone, her life is in shambles, but here is Deacon saying all the sweet things every woman wants to hear.
Will she fall for his proclamation of love? Will it hit the exact right note? Brooke is vulnerable right now, and we know a vulnerable Brooke doesn’t always make the best decisions. Let’s hope this time is the exception.
B&B Spoilers: The Villains Face Off
Meanwhile, it’s baddie against baddie as Thomas Forrester (Matthew Atkinson) stands up to Sheila Carter (Kimberlin Brown). She’s determined to be part of the family at all costs. Thomas isn’t down for that, though. Sure, he can appreciate her scheming against Brooke but this is too much, even for him.
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