The Bold and the Beautiful recap for February 24-28, 2020, features an old storyline standby being dusted off and put into practice, as well as the aftermath of a meaningless proposal.
The Bold and the Beautiful Recap Highlight
Plotlines concerning dying, disease-stricken heroines are a dime a dozen in suds land. BB is a program that has used this device on many an occasion and as a special bonus, it has found a new wrinkle to add to the tried and true formula — have the glory-bound character lie about her condition and try to face the Grim Reaper all on her own.
It happened with Caroline Spencer Sr. and Felicia Forrester and now they’re trying it with Sally Spectra the younger (Courtney Hope). Not only is the flame-haired designer determined to go out on her own terms and in as quiet a fashion as possible but she also has the added distinction of suffering from an incurable illness that the writers can’t even name. That’s how you know it’s really bad.
But, despite, her vehement pleas to the contrary, Sally is now in the position of knowing that she’s dying, wishing to keep the secret to herself and being unwittingly surrounded by people who not only know her secret — thanks blabbermouth Katie! (Heather Tom) — but who are actively trying to “right” her tragic life.
All For Sally
Wyatt (Darin Brooks) and Flo (Katrina Bowden) have decided to stage a break up so Sally will accept her ex’s invitation to move back into their former dwelling. And Ridge (Thorsten Kaye) and Steffy (Jacqueline MacInnes Wood) are working overtime to salvage her half-finished designs into something worthwhile and catwalk-ready.
And Bill (Don Diamont)…well Bill is being NICE! If Sally wasn’t already suspicious that maybe, just maybe Katie let her prognosis slip than that should have been her tip-off.
Whose in the running for the person most pissed off about Thomas’ (Matthew Atkinson) proposal to Zoe (Kiara Barnes)? Hope (Annika Noelle)? Or Douglas (Henry Joseph Samiri)? For a woman who claims to be well aware of the fact that her ex-husband is a psychopathic stalker, Hope’s attitude seems awfully…off. Right?
Ridge: “Thomas…he’s created a new future for himself — a healthier one…” Brooke: “With a woman he barely knows? You’re calling that healthy?” Sure, Thomas proposed to Zoe for all the wrong reasons, but Ridge’s reaction shouldn’t come as a surprise to Brooke.
He did the exact same thing with her way back in 1987. Heck, did he even catch Brooke’s first name before they were sleeping together and moving into the Forrester mansion?
Steffy: “We have to cancel the showdown.” Really?! Please say it isn’t so. Please say that all this build-up to a runway dual hasn’t just been smoke and mirrors. The Bold and the Beautiful airs weekdays on CBS. Check your local listings for airtimes.