Undeterred, Thomas suggested a fashion show rumble with the winner determined by the number of orders placed buyers. Ridge was suitably intrigued while Steffy and Hope were a bit put out.
However, both women rose to the occasion and Hope stunned everyone by dumping Thomas as her line’s designer. No matter though. Rather than get angry, Thomas instead retreated into a fantasy world where all the Logan’s were dead save for Hope, who was now his prim and proper wife who extolled her husband’s many virtues.
Without a word of a lie, Liam’s (Scott Clifton) pitch to Steffy about the possibility of a team-up to find out once and for all how warped Thomas is, was solid.
Sure, he caused her immeasurable sadness but he is — as both she and Ridge frequently point out — family. Forgiveness or revenge Steffy? Ball’s in your court.
Remember Zoe (Kira Barnes)? Thomas didn’t. Turns out she had spent the past month — maybe even month and a half — over at Vinny’s apartment, twiddling her thumbs and waiting on her former bully to get her a job at Forrester. By the way, he had yet to do so.
Wyatt (Darin Brooks) got the spotlight for about a minute and used it to complain to Liam about Sally (Courtney Hope) mixing up their names. As soon as his tale was over, Liam shrugged his shoulders (he does this quite frequently) gave him some advice that amounted to “get over it.”
Then he launched into an ad nauseam tirade about Thomas. Talk about brotherly love. The Bold and the Beautiful airs weekdays on CBS. Check your local listings for airtimes.