The Bold and the Beautiful recap for September 30-October 4, 2019 features all the drama from the soap opera Los Angeles elite.
The Bold and the Beautiful Recap: Telling Stories
It’s probably safe to assume that Thomas’ (Matthew Atkinson) friend Vinny (Joe LoCicero) isn’t too bright. How else to explain the man’s decision to relay Danny’s (Keith Charles) suspicions about Ridge (Thorsten Kaye) and Shauna (Denise Richards) to a man who has clearly been teetering on the edge of insanity for the past few months?
Sure enough, Thomas used the information to try and decimate his father’s marriage to that Brooke. After roping Danny into his scheme, Thomas literally hid behind an overgrown potted plant and listened as the worst bartender in Los Angels “accidentally” let slip to Brooke (Katherine Kelly Lang) that Shauna and Ridge spent the night together.
Brooke returned home and finds that Ridge’s guilty conscience has manifested in the arrangement of an impromptu candlelight dinner for two. However, Brooke wasn’t swayed by the romantic gesture and she instead laid into Ridge for his deceit.
Even after Ridge tried to explain the situation, Brooke’s pent up rage continued to pour forth and she finally stunned him with the mother of all ultimatums.
Get Thomas to sign legal documents that will name Hope and Liam as Douglas’ guardians or their marriage wasn’t going to be worth the paper the license is printed on. In response, Ridge made plans to leave home.
A Tiny Sliver of Hope
Poor Katie (Heather Thom) wasn’t having much luck in finding a living kidney donor. Both Hope and Donna (Jennifer Gareis) were swiftly eliminated from the running, a fact that reduced poor Donna to tears — the girl really wanted to yank out an organ and give it to her sibling.
But there was some positive news. The lab results show that Brooke might actually be a viable donor. However, Katie’s specialist doesn’t want to hedge her bets until more extensive testing can be done.
The Bold and the Beautiful: It Takes One to Know One
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