The Bold and the Beautiful recap for Friday, August 31 features the children of the rich and powerful crowd. Kelly’s parents bonded over her fever, Will’s parents fought over his future, and the unborn Baby Spencer could be in danger!
What A Stud!
Thorne (Ingo Rademacher) became the center of attention in the FC showroom with the models gushing over his love life with Katie (Heather Tom).
While it was embarrassing at first, he reveled in his new happiness and even found himself boasting about his future. There’s just one thing (well, person) standing in his way of having it all – Bill!
Tempers Boil Over
Speaking of Bill (Don Diamont), he was still in the middle of a screaming match with Katie over their son’s future.
Not only did he outright refuse to accept any paperwork from her or Carter but he issued them a strong warning. If Katie plans on going to court, he’ll drag her through the mud.
However, Katie stood her ground. She’s done with Bill’s games, neglect, and his threats. Katie’s pulled the majority of the parenting weight for years and wants to make it official. Will needs stability and safety, which is something Bill can’t provide.
A New Way Of Life
When it comes to family problems, Hope (Annika Noelle) isn’t immune either. Her life with Liam (Scott Clifton) was supposed to be a pink cloud but Kelly complicates things.
She opened up to her mom but tried to keep her comments light. But, like usual, Brooke (Katherine Kelly Lang) feared the worst and pushed her daughter to fight harder for Liam’s attention.
The Good, Old Days
Over at Steffy’s, the parents breathed a sigh of relief when Kelly’s fever broke. Their happiness bubbled over and led to them remember better times. Steffy admitted she still loves Liam and regrets everything the led to their breakup.
Back at the office, Hope looked lovingly at her ultrasound photo and cherished the life she has now. Sadly, her joy didn’t last long. Out of nowhere, Hope doubled over in pain clutching her stomach.
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