CBS The Bold and the Beautiful Spoilers here with some juicy spoilers for B&B’s Friday February 14th episode.
Pride goeth before the fall
To say Sally Spectra (Courtney Hope) is reeling is an understatement as she’s struggling with trying to do her job with any kind of normalcy. While she doesn’t want to be pitied, at some point someone’s going to notice her lack of work and ask questions and possibly fire her. Especially if she’s seen as acting out following Wyatt Spencer (Darin Brooks)’s decision to break up with her.
Still, even with all of that she’s not expected to seek any help for her condition. While what that help is could mean a hundred different things, most likely it’s either treatment or getting a second opinion. The fact she shot down the latter option so quickly when Katie Logan (Heather Tome) brought it up leads us to believe that’ll be the help she’s refusing, and that’ll lead to another Katie moment where she’ll probably appeal to Sally’s pride.
Yep, pride instead of heart. After all, Sally has no one to fight for besides herself, and that’s what Katie’s expected to remind her of. She’ll point out Sally’s a fighter, and dig into her how she never stopped fighting before, so why stop now?
It’ll be an interesting scene and whether this is where Katie admits she told Wyatt about Sally’s illness or not. If she does, that’ll light a fire under Sally, but for the wrong reason. But if it gets her to fight, why not, right?
If nothing else, the next episode should be entertaining, and CBS The Bold and the Beautiful Spoilers will have all the updates, news, and spoilers to go along with it.
We don’t need no stinkin’ bonding
Zoe Buckingham (Kiara Barnes)’s going to try to bond with Douglas Forrester (Henry Joseph Samiri), and it’s going to backfire. How spectacularly is the question.
While it’s only natural for her to try to build something with Douglas since she’s dating Thomas Forrester (Mathew Atkinson), Douglas has been so focused on Hope Logan (Annika Noelle) and his father getting back together and becoming a family, he’s going to take some major convincing.
In short, poor Zoe is probably going to run into a buzzsaw in the guise of an eight-year-old kid. Douglas is confused and hurt, and chances are he’s going to look at Zoe as the enemy, and anyone that’s dealt with kids knows how rough they can be when they don’t want to be cooperative.
Zoe will do her best, but most likely Hope and Thomas will hear the commotion and come to her rescue. At which time, Hope will begin to think long and hard on Thomas’ question about their future.
This has all the makings of a fun episode as the writers are dangling a sliver of hope for us and Sally, while putting everyone through an emotional wringer.
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