The Bold and the Beautiful spoilers for November of 2019 reveal the Baby Beth and Douglas saga continuing to play out, as well as more drama for the Forresters, Spencers, and other families.
The Bold and the Beautiful Spoilers: Forrester Men
According to soap opera Digest, you should watch for four (!) generations of Forrester men to live under one roof when Ridge (Thorsten Kaye), his son, Thomas (Matthew Atkinson), and Douglas (Henry Joseph Samiri) move into the Forrester mansion. Let’s hope there are lots of bedrooms upstairs because the show’s main abode is pretty occupied these days.
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Eric (John McCook) and his wife, Quinn (Rena Sofer), live there, of course. And Shauna (Denise Richards) has been staying there, too. There are many dynamics at play here. There’s Shauna’s flirtation with Ridge. How will Brooke (Katherine Kelly Lang) take to Ridge being in potential proximity to the woman who’s made clear she has designs on her
Plus, how will Quinn feel about all these people moving into her home? She’s a woman who likes things done her way – much like Stephanie, the previous lady of the manor.
As longtime BB viewers know, the Forrester mansion set debuted in the show’s first week and is one of not only BB’s longest-running sets but also one of daytime’s most recognizable ones. It’s always been the center of the action and will continue to be that as the show heads into November.
For months, Brooke acted as a supportive “talk to” while her daughter, Hope (Annika Noelle), went through the trauma of having lost her baby, Beth.
Now that Hope knows Beth is alive and she has her back, the drama has shifted to include more family members. Ridge and Brooke have been at odds over Thomas and his role in keeping Hope from Beth.
Ridge is giving his son every opportunity to make amends and move on with his life. Brooke remains firm that Thomas is to have nothing to do with her daughter and should be treated as an outcast ...continue reading on the next page —>