The Bold and the Beautiful recap for Thursday, February 13, 2020, features a bitter Hope, a furious Brooke, and a very sad Wyatt. Too many lives turned upside down with one coming close to the end.
The Bold and the Beautiful Recap Highlights
Wyatt (Darin Brooks) couldn’t believe the news about Sally (Courtney Hope) and insisted on seeing her. Bill (Don Diamont) and Katie (Heather Tom) calmed him down first and made sure he knew he couldn’t spill knowing the truth. It was not his place to say, and it definitely was not Katie’s place to spill.
Wyatt kept his composure when he got to the design office and made his visit seem like a friendly drop-in. To her credit, Sally held her own and opened herself up for a friendship. Yes, he hurt her but why not be friends? They were friends way before they were lovers. However, she did not tell him anything about her illness.
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Hope Flipped Out
Meanwhile, Hope (Annika Noelle) lost it after seeing Douglas’s (Henry Joseph Samiri) reaction to Thomas (Matthew Atkinson) kissing Zoe (Kiara Barnes). Once the little guy and Zoe were out of the room, Hope wasted no time laying into her ex. How dare he do this to his son?
This was just what Thomas wanted. He promptly turned the tables. He and Douglas wanted a life with Hope but since that is not possible it’s time they let him move on. Hope cannot have it both ways. He asked her one more time if there was a chance for them.
Enough Is Enough, Brooke
Over in the main office, Brooke (Katherine Kelly Lang) had a major meltdown over the birthday party. She saw right through Thomas and told Ridge exactly how things really were. Thomas was using Zoe and he had everyone fooled.
Well, none of that sat very well with Ridge. He’s had enough of her tantrums and put her squarely in her place. She can either stop her freak-outs or risk losing him forever. It was time for her to choose and she decided to finally choose love. The Bold and the Beautiful (BB) airs weekdays on CBS. Check your local listings for airtimes.