The Bold and the Beautiful recap for Thursday, December 17, 2020, features Liam finally agreeing to shush, Steffy trying to move forward, and Zoe taking stock of how lucky she is.
The Bold and the Beautiful Recap Highlights
It was another day of waffling and uncertainty for Liam (Scott Clifton). He continued telling Steffy (Jacqueline MacInnes Wood) he cherished her and was dedicated to his marriage in the same breath. Steffy at least got him to agree (yet again) to keep his mouth shut. Their secret would remain a secret.
Thomas Is Okay
Over at the hospital, Ridge (Thorsten Kaye) sang Hope’s (Annika Noelle) praises. She is such a special person for sticking by his son, even as a friend. How forgiving can one woman be? Hope was just happy to help.
Finn (Tanner Novlan) came in with good news just as Steffy and Liam arrived. Thomas was out of danger and slated to make a full recovery. In fact, he may even get to go home soon. Ridge joked about his son ready to hightail it home tomorrow.
Everything Is Just Fine
Finn went home with Steffy who did her best to act normal. She smiled, she laughed, and she talked about how great of a guy Finn is. However, once his back was turned she looked about ready to cry.
Liam and Hope made their way back to the cabin. Liam went on and on about how great Hope is. She can forgive the unforgivable and that is such an attractive trait. What did he do to get so lucky?
Zoe Answered Tough Questions
Speaking of forgiveness, Zende (Delon de Metz) wondered how Zoe (Kiara Barnes) could forgive Thomas. Did he not play her for a fool not too long ago? (Well, yes, but she also spent the better part of a year hiding a baby, so pot, kettle, and all that.) Zende wished he was around to protect her from the likes of Thomas.
Paris (Diamond White) interrupted Zende’s heroic speech and got in on that action. Ya, sis, how can you be looking out for a guy who broke your heart? Zoe said she believes in second chances. Look at her own life, after all. The Bold and the Beautiful (BB) airs weekdays on CBS. Check your local listings for airtimes.