The Bold and the Beautiful recap for Friday, February 28, 2020, features Wyatt putting on a show-stopping act, Sally calling out Katie, and everyone in the know patting Flo on the back.
The Bold and the Beautiful Recap Highlights
The Spencer office was buzzing as Katie (Heather Tom) and Flo (Katrina Bowden) awaited news. None of this was easy for Flo but she was stepping up like a champ and Katie was impressed. As it turns out, so was Bill (Don Diamont).
Dollar Bill interrupted the ladies and got the inside scoop on Wyatt and Flo’s plans. Even he thought it was genius, as long as Sally stayed in the dark. If she found out they knew she would cut everyone out completely.
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A Change Of Heart?
Bill admitted hearing how far Flo was going for Sally hit a chord with him. No, he has not forgiven her for her role in kidnapping his granddaughter but saving Katie and helping Sally proves she’s not all bad.
Sally Figured Things Out
Wyatt (Darn Brooks) could not convince Sally (Courtney Hope) his intentions were completely pure. He said and did all the right things but her walls were up. The more he tried to break them down the more suspicious Sally became. Why would Wyatt all of a sudden change his mind? It took Sally less than a minute to figure things out.
Sally called Katie to the design office and demanded the truth. Did she tell Wyatt about the illness? Katie denied spilling the secret and worked to convince Sally to give Wyatt another chance. She told Sally to move in with Wyatt and live the rest of her days loving him and letting him love her.
Try Harder, Wyatt
Back at the Spencer office, Wyatt appeared and told Flo and Bill things did not go very well. He worried he would never get through to Sally. They all agreed he would continue working on her and Flo would stay away. Maybe, just maybe, if Sally moved in she would finally open up and tell Wyatt she was sick and they could get her help. The Bold and the Beautiful (BB) airs weekdays on CBS. Check your local listings for airtimes.