Another theme week is upon us, and CBS “The Bold and the Beautiful” Spoilers have some cool throwback spoilers to get us ready to start it running. But this one is different than previous weeks as we’re the 47th Annual Daytime Emmy Awards are on CBS on Friday, June 26, at 8 p.m.
This means we’ll have a week of some of the best moments in the show’s history to get us ready for the festivities. It’s also an awesome way to pay homage to the actors that won an award previously and build up some steam leading into the awards ceremony.
Speaking of paying an homage, the first episode originally aired on September 1, 2010 and features Liam Spencer (Scott Clifton) finding out who is his real father. This episode has special meaning this week as Scott’s performance won him the Daytime Emmy Award for Outstanding Young Actor. He’s an amazing actor and few can express their emotions as well as he can, and this is a great way for him to look back on the beginning of his career fondly.
What’s even better is we’ll get to see his range of emotions when his real father steps up. This has so much potential to be awesome, sad, and funny at the same time, that we’re not sure what snack to have on hand, so we’re going to have to stock up. CBS “The Bold and the Beautiful” Spoilers don’t want to be caught flat footed with this one, that’s for sure.
And Liam’s Father’s Day card will go to…
Bill Spencer (Don Diamont).
Sure, we already knew he was going to be the winner, recipient, whatever we want to call him, but at this stage it was a fun little mystery everyone was waiting to find out about. Of course, this isn’t the news Liam wanted to hear and he takes offense at being link to Bill in any way.
Bill being Bill, takes offense to Liam taking offense, and maybe a little at Liam being his son, and a fun little family moment begins. Before the two can kill each other, er, before Bill kills Liam, Hope Logan (Kim Matula) and Katie Logan (Heather Tom) try their best to play referees and get between them.
Nothing like a good old fashion family get together, right?
With the christening of a new son underway, there’s a mini celebration happening. Stephanie Forrester (Susan Flannery) and Ridge Forrester (Ron Moss) are over the moon happy not that Throne Forrester (Winsor Harmon) isn’t Liam’s father.
Geez, talk about feeling the love.
This episode has an awesome counter balance between the two angles while still tying them together. This is definitely a fun episode and one we may have to watch a few times.
Which family would’ve been better for Liam? Let us know below, and follow CBS “The Bold and the Beautiful” Spoilers for the latest updates, spoilers, and speculation around.
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