The Bold and the Beautiful recap for Wednesday, October 30, 2019, features a hopeful Hope, a tricky Thomas, and a bitter Brooke.
The Bold and the Beautiful Recap Highlights
Hope (Annika Noelle) spent the morning with an adoption attorney and found a solution she thought could work for everyone. She can still officially become Douglas’s (Henry Joseph Samiri) mother without Thomas (Matthew Atkinson) signing his rights away.
This sounded sketchy to Brooke and completely defeated her plan to remove Thomas for good. However, as Hope pointed out, becoming a legal co-parent makes it easier to go for our custody in the future.
The Play Began
Hope went right over the big house to work her magic. She smiled, hugged Douglas, and made nice with Thomas. She made a show of ripping up the adoption papers and proposing the custody plan.
Thomas didn’t say yes or not but it did give him something to think about. In the meantime, the boys invited her to the Halloween party.
I’m Not Coming Home
Brooke (Katherine Kelly Lang) tried to reach out to Ridge (Thorsten Kaye) but got a rude awakening. She said she missed him and wanted him home but he made it clear there was no marriage without his son being welcome in both their lives.
The issue of Thomas caused another rift for the former hot couple and was made worse when Brooke kept pushing. No, Ridge, Thomas is not a good man and Douglas deserves better, she insisted. That did it for Ridge. He hung up the phone and practically ended their union once and for all.
The Bold and the Beautiful Recap: Ooh, La La!
Meanwhile, Quinn (Rena Sofer) got a juicy scoop from Shauna (Denise Richards). Yes, she spent the night in the guest house and YES, Ridge did too! Talk about scandalous. Shauna said it was all innocent but made it clear she was ready for more.
Quinn spilled the details of her own shady past with her husband’s son. Years ago they couldn’t seem to stay away from each other and Quinn almost lost her marriage over their stolen kisses. The Bold and the Beautiful (BB) airs weekdays on CBS. Check your local listings for airtimes.