The Bold and the Beautiful recap for Thursday, July 23, 2020 features Sally going all out to seduce Wyatt, Flo’s plan working like a charm, and fans meeting ER doc extraordinaire, Dr. Finnegan.
The Bold and the Beautiful Recap Highlights
Sally (Courtney Hope) was raring to go and complete her pregnancy mission. You know, after taunting Flo (Katrine Bowden) some more. Even Penny tried to put a stop to it when she got back. Of course, Sally didn’t stop. She donned her sexiest skirt and headed home to the beach house.
Sally wasn’t alone in her plan. She still had Penny (Monica Ruiz) doing her bidding. The doc took Flo’s phone and sent Wyatt a text giving him “her” blessing. Take a night with Sally, it said. Don’t miss a thing. Wyatt was bamboozled and not sure what to think.
Sally Went All Out
Meanwhile, Sally put her most sizzling foot forward. She begged Wyatt for one more night and promised if he gave her that, she would fight for a cure. Sally was open to living now. If someone like Wyatt could love her, then maybe there was a good life coming her way, after all.
The baddie stripped down to her skivvies and asked him to take her right then and there. What was the harm in one more night of passion, especially if his girlfriend approved?
Little did Sally know, her panties were sending the completely wrong message. Written on her bottom were the words “Help Me. Flo.” Wyatt saw almost immediately after Sally took off her skirt and he lost it.
Steffy’s Fighting For Her Life
Steffy (Jacqueline MacInnes Wood) was in stable but serious condition. It’s lucky she was wearing a helmet or she would not be around anymore at all. She’s under the care of the handsome Dr. Finnegan and he thinks she will eventually be just fine.
Poor Dollar Bill (Don Diamont) was the driver of the car and he was beside himself. He begged to be by her bedside and once admitted, he cried and begged for her forgiveness. Unfortunately, Steffy was unconscious the entire time. The Bold and the Beautiful (BB) airs weekdays on CBS. Check your local listings for airtimes.