With sweeps set to kick off on Thursday, February 4, CBS’ “The Bold and the Beautiful” is getting ready to bring out the drama in full force. Find out what’s going to happen during the month of February on the world’s most watched daily serial.
Quinn (Rena Sofer) will go to great lengths to make sure that her son, Wyatt Spencer (Darin Brooks), is happy. That includes letting her manipulative side take over as she clears a path for Wyatt to get the woman he truly desires, Steffy Forrester (Jacqueline MacInnes Wood). Part of Quinn’s plan is to take Liam (Scott Clifton) out of the picture, literally. Before she can get a handle of what she’s done, things quickly spiral out of control and there’s no telling which direction things will turn. One positive in all this is a glimpse into Quinn’s past and what elements helped shape the mind of one of the show’s best introductions in recent years.
A Triangle is Missing One Side
In spite of his mother’s meddling, Wyatt is genuinely falling for Steffy and will pull out all the stops to truly woo the fashionista, but will Steffy truly be able to commit to Wyatt knowing she still has misgivings about where she and Liam stand? Before she can move forward, she seeks out Liam, who has still not returned any of her messages. At first she questions his motives, but when she finally hears back from him it won’t be what she expected to hear. Will Steffy regret what she does next?
The Logan sisters are at it again as Katie (Heather Tom) and Brooke (Katherine Kelly Lang) appear to be duking it out over receiving the attention of Bill Spencer (Don Diamont), now that Brooke has taken on a position at Spencer Publications. When Katie overhears something not meant for her ears, one can only imagine the escalating drama, especially when a painful past is revisited.
Meanwhile, Bill attempts to assure his Katie that he is committed to only her, but she is not convinced. Turning to the one thing that she loathed about Bill and Brooke, Katie searches for her own relief only to learn the hard way that sometimes the only way to confront your fears is to face them head on.
Although he’d like for her to return to Chicago, Sasha (Felisha Cooper) makes no apologies to Julius (Obba Babatunde) for who she is or what she wants and tells him that she has other plans, specifically to be a fashion model at Forrester Creations.
Outside of her daddy issues, Sasha has her mind on other matters, too, such as her “best friend’s” boyfriend, Zende Forrester (Rome Flynn). As Nicole (Reign Edwards) and Zende try their best to work through the issues they are face in their relationship, most notably that she’s carrying Rick (Jacob Young) and Maya’s (Karla Mosley) child, Sasha wastes no time in attempting to take Nicole’s place in Zende’s heart, and in his bed.
After an extended business trip, Ridge Forrester (Thorsten Kaye) is back in Los Angeles and is gearing up to take what is rightfully his… a piece of the Forrester Mansion. When Ridge and his wife, Caroline (Linsey Godfrey), plan a cocktail party for their company’s vendors, he orders workers to have some remodeling done on the house which results in Rick seeing red and Eric being put in the position of peacemaker between his two sons, which is a task that sometimes seems larger than the portrait on the Forrester mantle.
The secret between Ridge and Caroline continues as the anticipation of what’s next continues to mount, all leading up to the reveal of the sex of Baby Forrester.