CBS The Bold and the Beautiful Spoilers here with the latest from two of our favorite storylines in the Bold and the Beautiful.
This first is dysfunction at it’s best as Steffy Forrester (Jacqueline MacInnes Wood) simply cannot tell anyone what really happened between her and Liam Spencer (Scott Clifton). When she tired to tell Liam, Thomas Forrester (Mathew Atkinson) appeared and interrupted her. Then when she tried to tell Hope Logan (Annika Noelle) with Thomas there, Hope cut her off without a second’s hesitation.
What’s a girl to do?
In many ways, Steffy has been put in the perfect position. She’s got the man she wants right there with her. All she has to do is accept it and move on, right?
Of course, that would be too simple. Her conscience (a surprising thing for a daytime character to have) is fighting her every step of the way. Still, not even Hope will give her a chance to explain why the kiss with Liam happened.
Maybe it’s time she cut her losses and accepted Liam back in her life?
If Liam has anything to say about it, she will.
He’s been slowly falling back in love with her the last few episodes, and he finally took the plunge and kissed her. And Steffy accepted it, to a degree.
So, when can we expect our invitations?
Okay, okay, it’s a bit premature to get into that, but we at CBS The Bold and the Beautiful Spoilers never stop hoping for some fun parties to watch. What could go wrong at them, right?
Then there’s Sally
In an interesting contrast to Steffy and Liam’s storyline, cupid’s arrow appears to keep missing its target as Sally Spectra (Courtney Hope) actually pushed away the person she wants when Wyatt Spencer (Darin Brooks) approached her about what was bothering her.
She’s been wanting him back since the second he looked Flo Fulton’s (Katrina Bowden) way. She’s refused to accept Wyatt leaving her for Flo, and it led to a fun confrontation between the two lovely ladies.
And that’s where we found out she was sick.
So, now that she needs the support and Wyatt’s willing, she pushes him away.
She. Pushed. Him. Away.
As awesome as she is, Sally is just too stubborn for her own good. Sure, it’s understandable that she may doesn’t want him to feel obligated to be at her side. That she doesn’t want anyone else to know she’s vulnerable. It’s what a tough person does.
And as if that isn’t enough, the show ended right when the doctor was about to tell us what’s wrong with her. What the freaking….
Okay, we’re calm. Cliffhangers are expected in soap operas, plus it give us something to look forward to on Monday.
It still sucks, but what can we do?
Well, guess we can continue to wonder what’s wrong with her and what’ll happen when Katie Logan (Heather Tom) finally tells Wyatt.
If nothing else, it’ll force Sally into accepting the support she needs and wants, but feels too ashamed to ask for. When that day comes, it’s going to be a turning point for the character and we’ll probably get to see some awesome character growth out of her going forward.
This is almost too perfect a situation for her to be in as a character and actress, and we’re going to get to reap the benefits of it. Starting Monday.
Oh well, looks like we’ll have to wait. Until then, we at CBS The Bold and the Beautiful Spoilers will continue scouring to find all the best updates, spoilers, and theories out there to share. This is going to be a fun ride.
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