The Bold and the Beautiful recap for Monday, August 3, 2020 features a very sorry Sally, a humble as pie doc, and Steffy trying to push through the pain.
The Bold and the Beautiful Recap Highlights
Sally (Courtney Hope) did the only thing Sally had left to do… beg for forgiveness, again. She whined, she cried, and she pulled out all the sympathy punches. Yes, she did a bad, bad thing, but she did it because Wyatt (Darin Brooks) hurt her first. Who proposes one day and dumps their finance for their baby stealing ex the next? A Spencer, that’s who.
Team Wally Bit The Dust
To Sally’s credit, she was genuinely sorry. Very, very sorry. The old Sally came out when Wyatt left her in the dust and it all spun out of control way too fast. She even offered to take any punishment he would dole out, provided he keep her in his life. Wyatt told her to leave town and walked away.
Sinners and Secrets
Outside the room, Flo (Katrina Bowden) had it out with Penny (Monica Ruiz). The bad doctor begged and pleaded for understanding. She didn’t want to go to jail or lose her medical career this way. She got in over her head and was too deep before it was too late (much like Flo with her doctor friend).
Steffy Soldiered On
Down the hall, Steffy (Jacqueline MacInnes Wood) put on a brave face trying to deal with her pain. It hurt to breathe but she wanted limited meds and opted for cold packs instead. She wanted to be awake, alert, and suffer through for the sake of her family.
In the halls, Ridge (Thorsten Kaye) was practically a ticking time bomb. He struggled to keep his temper in check with Bill (Don Diamont), got snippy with Brooke (Katherine Kelly Lang), and finally got on the phone to Thomas and Taylor. It was time they finally knew, right?
When it was time for the visitors to leave, Steffy asked Liam (Scott Clifton) to care for Kelly (don’t worry, Hope is), forbade Bill from apologizing again, and kissed her dad. Then she finally allowed the doctor to give her more meds. The Bold and the Beautiful (BB) airs weekdays on CBS. Check your local listings for airtimes.