The Bold and the Beautiful recap for Friday, August 7, 2020 features Steffy and Finn getting friendly, Brooke breathing a sigh of relief way too soon, and Shauna dropping the ultimate bomb on a very unsuspecting Ridge.
The Bold and the Beautiful Recap Highlights
Brooke (Katherine Kelly Ridge) and Ridge (Thorsten Kaye) agreed to let bygones be bygones and move forward with their romance. They’ve each done things they regret and it’s time to get back to the way things were.
Together Forever…For Now
Brooke was thrilled. She decided to shorten her trip to see Bridget and promised to see him in a few days. Before she left, she told her sister the good news. She was getting her man back. Donna (Jennifer Gareis) cheered her on.
Ridge was on cloud nine when he went to the Forrester mansion to pack up his things. He announced he was moving back with Brooke. Eric (John McCook) was pleased but Quinn (Rena Sofer) wasn’t sure he was actually moving. She was sure the Bridge reunion would be over before it began. She may be right.
Hey There, Husband
Shauna (Denise Richards) came bouncing through the door and was happy to see Ridge. Why was she back? Ridge asked. Well, she couldn’t stay away now. LA was her future since that’s where he lived.
Shauna took Ridge step by step through their night together. The fun, the drinking, the wedding vows. Wait, what? Oh, yes, they are married, and she meant what she said when she promised to be the best wife ever! Ridge was shocked. But Quinn wasn’t. It looks like she knew all along.
Things were fun and flirty at the cliff house as Steffy (Jacqueline MacInnes Wood) bonded with her doc. He arrived in a professional capacity, but after some laughs, jokes, and batting of eyelashes, he left on a first name basis.
Finn got the lowdown on Steffy’s life as a mogul and mom and was impressed, to say the least. He promised to stick close, which was easy since he only lives up the street. It’s a good thing since Steffy’s running low on pills. The Bold and the Beautiful (BB) airs weekdays on CBS. Check your local listings for airtimes.