The Bold and the Beautiful recap for Wednesday, April 22, 2020, features Flo’s crusade for the truth putting her life in serious danger. The devious doc spun out of control and put an end to Flo trying to expose the dirty deed.
The Bold and the Beautiful Recap Highlights
The beach house became the scene of several attacks, both verbal and physical. Sally (Courtney Hope) admitted EVERYTHING and Flo went at her over the shocking scheme. How dare she hurt everyone around her? Wyatt (Darin Brooks) was beside himself, the Forrester crew worried themselves sick, and Katie (Heather Tom) was devastated. It was bad. Really, really bad.
Battle Lines Were Drawn
Sally threw down just as good as she got and brought up Flo’s own checkered past. Sure, Sally was a con, but at least she didn’t help steal, sell, and hide little Beth. She was one to talk about secrets, schemes, and lies. Flo was not having it though and turned the tables back around. That was the past and this is now.
Penny Took Control
Things took a turn when Penny (Monica Ruiz) arrived. She and Sally begged Flo to keep Wyatt out of it. They even promised to make things right but Flo was adamant everyone find out what they did. She turned around, grabbed her phone, and began texting Wyatt.
Penny made a snap decision to keep Flo quiet. She grabbed a candle stick and whacked Flo as hard as she could. Flo dropped like a sack to the floor.
Wyatt The Waffler Waffled
Meanwhile, at Spencer, Bill (Don Diamont) was in quite the mood and had a few temper tantrums. None so bad as after finding out his son asked a dying girl to move out. Bill was never a fan of Sally’s but this was too much.
Wyatt explained her side and Bill said he understood. Flo was having a hard time, Wyatt was overwhelmed, and they just want what’s best. Clearly the beach house isn’t what’s best. He did vow to spend as much time as he can with his second favorite gal. The Young and the Restless (YR) airs weekdays on CBS. Check your local listings for airtimes.