The Bold and the Beautiful recap for April 6-10, 2020, features a canvas full of women with plans they’re desperate to make realities.
The Bold and the Beautiful Recap Highlights
Never underestimate a woman on a mission – to do so could be perilous. Take Sally Spectra (Courtney Hope) for example. Ol’ Red has been faking a terminal illness for the past few weeks in a vain attempt to win back Wyatt (Darin Brooks).
Upon seeing her efforts stymied, she pulled out the big guns. She’d agree to undergo possible life-saving treatment – but only if Wyatt would step up and give her reason to fight.
Now Flo (Katrina Bowden), who has been mighty understanding – not to mention incredibly obliging – up to this point found that request just a smidge unfair. She wondered how Sally could possibly think it was okay to insinuate that she would only fight for her life if Wyatt and she were a bona fide couple.
Granted she’s fine with her lover’s new living arrangement, but Flo will be damned before she allows Sally to share her man in the biblical sense.
However, all the interested parties better watch out. Wyatt’s “no” has spurred Sally into taking further action. She is going to get her ex back. Come hell or high water.
Sisters Doing It For Themselves
But Sally isn’t the only lady with a goal in mind. In fact, Quinn’s (Rena Sofer) currently working towards achieving three of her very own: Permanently remove Brooke (Katherine Kelly Lang) from the Forrester family, force Eric (John McCook) to finally see that his former wife isn’t all she’s cracked up to be, and unite her best gal pal with the man of her dreams.
Then there’s Katie (Heather Tom) who’s become resolute in her decision to forgo forgiving Bill (Don Diamont) and Brooke their torrid tongue play. Fool her three to four times, shame on her. But at this point, it’s just getting tiresome.
And as for Shauna (Denise Richards), the only plan she seems to have is to introduce Ridge (Thorsten Kaye) to fattening foods and the joys of mall shopping before sending him on his way and back to Brooke.
Her goal isn’t to wreck a marriage. Just have a modicum of fun with a man she has a crush on. Think of Ridge as a library book and Shauna as the patron checking him out for a perusal.
Zoe: “It takes a confident woman to encourage her boyfriend to have his ex move in with him.” Confident…or stupid. And leave it to Zoe, who recently learned the hard way that her fiancée was still just as psychotically obsessed with his ex as he ever was, to be the one to smell a rat where this whole “hand Wyatt over to Sally” plan is concerned.
Shauna: “You need to go back home and go back to Brooke.” Ridge: “Because that’s where you think I’m gonna end up anyway – with Brooke?” Shauna: “History certainly suggests it.”
Yea, the 11 trips that “Bridge” made down the aisle doesn’t inspire confidence in this little dalliance going the distance. The Bold and the Beautiful airs weekdays on CBS. Check your local listings for airtimes.