The Bold And The Beautiful (B&B) scoop for Thursday, August 20 reveals Dr. Finnegan (Tanner Novlan) will face an ethical dilemma.
Also, Ridge Forrester (Thorsten Kaye) and Brooke Forrester (Katherine Kelly Lang) will take a walk down memory lane. They’ll talk about mistakes they’ve made in the past and how it’s made them who they are today.
Bridge’s self reflections may help heal the latest wound between them. When Ridge found out his wife had kissed Bill Spencer (Don Diamont), he took off to Las Vegas to be with Shauna Fulton (Denise Richards).
Bold And The Beautiful Scoop – Brooke Forrester Told Him To Get Out Of Her House
That’s when Ridge’s big blunder occurred. He got so drunk that he let Shauna manipulate him into marrying her in a Vegas wedding chapel. When he confessed the sordid details to Brooke last week, she told him to get out of her house.
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But once again, he ask her for forgiveness. He pleaded with Brooke on Tuesday saying, “Don’t give up on us.” And as the couple look back at their gaffes and the many misunderstandings they’ve gone through over the years, their mood will lighten as they open up to each other.
On Friday, Ridge will make a promise to Brooke, and they will realize they really are each other’s destiny. But Bridge better watch out, because at the same time, Quinn Forrester (Rena Sofer) will be scheming to keep them apart.
Bold And The Beautiful Scoop – Will Finn Let Personal Feelings Cloud His Judgement?
Meanwhile, Finn will continue to listen sympathetically to Steffy Forrester (Jacqueline MacInnes Wood) while she tells him how much pain she’s been suffering. “I can hardly stand anymore,” she confessed on Wednesday. “I need some relief.” He’ll wonder if he should renew her prescription after all.
It’s obvious the doctor is attracted to Steffy, but will he let his personal feelings for his patient cloud his judgement? Spoilers tease Steffy will soon begin fighting an opioid addiction. So it seems safe to conclude that the doctor will decide to prescribe what she needs to relieve her pain.