The Bold and the Beautiful recap for April 20-24, 2020, features Sally’s carefully laid plans unraveling at warp speed, and her situation only getting worse.
The Bold and the Beautiful Recap Highlights
Call her crazy if you must, but Flo (Katrina Bowden) sure wasn’t happy to learn that Sally (Courtney Hope) wasn’t dying. Well, she was happy that Sally wasn’t dying – she’s not a monster.
But what she was NOT happy about was the fact that Sally had let her and everybody in their inner circle believe that she was dying. How could Sally do that to Katie (Heather Tom)? Katie of all people?!
Oh, and Flo was also pissed off about the whole conning Wyatt (Darin Brooks) thing…can’t forget that. Perspective. Sally tried her utmost to justify her actions but she didn’t exactly have the moral ground necessary to do so.
After all, she was standing in her exes living room with her face covered in white powder (to give her that oh so attractive pre-death pallor) and leaning on a walker that really should be supporting a geriatric in need.
And things only went from bad to worse when Doctor Escobar (Monica Ruiz) walked in and decided that Flo’s skull should become acquainted with a candlestick holder!
And sure, it was premeditated attempted murder, but her and Sally’s subsequent plan to drag Flo’s still-unconscious body to parts unknown was not exactly a smart or legally sound one. Maybe they can contact Quinn (Rena Sofer) and get some pointers on how to properly care for an amnesiac hostage (because, surely, that’s where this story is headed).
We gotta ask: Did Flo go to a store and purchase that rubber snake before hightailing to the beach house to confront Sally? Or did she just have one casually laying around somewhere within easy reach?
After years of suffering through their constant on-again, off-again romance, are we actually rooting for Katie and Bill (Don Diamont) to reunite? Or can we finally hope for a permanent split? The Bold and the Beautiful airs weekdays on CBS. Check your local listings for airtimes.