The Bold and the Beautiful spoilers reveal a lot of decision-making for Ridge and a lot of manipulation from his daughter.
The Bold and the Beautiful Spoilers Spec
Ridge (Thorsten Kaye) made a Vegas-size drunken mistake and married Shauna in a quickie ceremony after Shauna (Denise Richards) and Quinn (Rena Sofer) managed to make sure his divorce papers from Brooke were filed. Brooke (Katherine Kelly Lang) decided to forgive him, but then Ridge only heard part of a conversation between her and Bill (Don Diamont) and came to the wrong conclusion she was still in love with the publishing magnate.
While Brooke has insisted that’s not true and has been fighting to win him back, Shauna has been trying to hang onto Ridge and he’s been contemplating giving her a big wedding with all the trimmings to make up for the Vegas quickie.
Steffy Has A Problem
Meanwhile, Ridge’s daughter, Steffy (Jacqueline MacInnes Wood), has been battling a pain pill addiction and spiraling into a pit of despair. Now, Liam (Scott Clifton) took their daughter to his house for her own safety and, of course, Brooke is on Liam and Hope’s (Annika Noelle) side in this matter.
With Steffy now turning to Daddy and not telling him the whole story about the pills — just that Liam took Kelly — we know Ridge is going to side with his little girl and the Brooke-Ridge battle over their children will begin again.
A Battle Again
We just went through this with Ridge only seeing the best in Thomas (Matthew Atkinson) when Brooke saw the worst and warned him. The pair went to their corners with Ridge defending his son and Brooke watching out for her daughter, Hope. And now it’s about to happen again.
Will another battle regarding one of Ridge’s children make Ridge give Shauna another look and finally commit to that wedding? It sure does look like that will be the impetus, but just wait until he learns how Shauna lied to him to get him in this position. Then what? Stay tuned to find out… The Bold and the Beautiful (BB) airs weekdays on CBS. Check your local listings for airtimes.