The Bold and the Beautiful recap for Tuesday, October 22, 2019, features a shocking move by the Logans. Brooke and Hope decided it was high time to solidify Douglas’s role in their lives.
The Bold and the Beautiful Recap Highlights
Brooke (Katherine Kelly Lang) completely overreached her position and got adoption papers ready for Douglas (Henry Joseph Samiri). She named Hope (Annika Noelle) and Liam (Scott Clifton) as the guardians and brought the papers right over to the cabin. Sign them, she said. Let’s fight for the little boy!
Hope was excited but Liam had serious reservations. First off, there is no way Thomas (Matthew Atkinson) will sign away his rights. Second, is this even what Douglas wants? And, third, he already has two girls to parent and is stretched really thin. There is no way he can handle a third child.
In true Brooke form, she pushed, and pushed, and pushed. SHE knows what’s best and everyone should listen to HER. It didn’t matter who agreed, she was determined to have things her way.
Daddy To The Rescue – Sort Of
It wasn’t long before Thomas (Matthew Atkinson) got word. He was at the apartment with Zoe (who he invited to move into Vinny’s room, without Vinny knowing. Boy, was Vinny shocked when he came home). His world spiraled when he heard the Logans were trying to steal his kid.
He raced over to the cabin to have his say. There was no way he was going to let the Logans take his child. Hope begged and pleaded for Thomas to let her have the boy but Thomas put his foot down. Douglas is HIS and HE was taking him home.
The Bold and the Beautiful Spoilers: No Right Answers
This raised many questions. Where was home? Is Thomas ready for the single parent life? He was too scared to go it alone before so what changed? Thomas lacked answers but his rage carried on.
Fireworks began to explode and Thomas decided to let Douglas stay, for now, but promised his son he would be back. They will be together soon, he promised. The Bold and the Beautiful (BB) airs weekdays on CBS. Check your local listings for airtimes.