B&B spoilers for Wednesday, October 13, 2021, promise Hope Logan Spencer and Paris Buckingham are on the receiving end of some surprise they never saw coming.
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Hope (Annika Noelle) thought she was going to the office to check in and get down to business but her dear dad is going to shake things up. He’s putting on a disguise, sneaks past security, the secretary’s desk, and Pam Douglas’s lemon bars to see his daughter.
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Imagine Hope’s shock when her father walks right into enemy territory just to be able to see her. It’s a risky move and Hope knows this could backfire big time. They have to tread carefully and quietly if they want to keep up the charade.
The big questions are, will they get caught and by whom. Let’s hope it’s not Ridge Forrester (Thorsten Kaye), Brooke Logan Forrester (Katherine Kelly Lang), or Liam Spencer (Scott Clifton). That will be a whole lot of trouble and Hope will face backlash she is not prepared to take on.
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Also in for a treat is Paris (Diamond White). Paris is always a lucky lady and this won’t feel much different. Her life since coming to town is quite charmed, indeed.
Does this have to do with her apartment hunting? It looks like she is about to get an offer she will not want to refuse. Perhaps she should take a minute to really think about it, though. Not everyone has good intentions. Trusting the wrong person could spell disaster down the road.
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