Liam (Scott Clifton) tried to convince Steffy (Jacqueline MacInnes Wood) not to go on her trip, but she knew it was necessary. Of course, her absence will provide an opportunity for Hope (Kim Matula) and Liam to reconnect. Two plus one is three after all. The Bold and the Beautiful’s storylines are so childishly simple; the show should air on PBS after Sesame Street.
Naturally, five minutes after Steffy left, Hope arrived to talk to Liam about what Bill (Don Diamont) had done. Told you so!
At Forrester, Eric (John McCook), Thorne (Windsor Harmon), Pam (Alley Mills), Marcus (Texas Battle), Dayzee (Kristolyn Lloyd) and Donna (Jennifer Gareis) prepared for the fashion face off. I’m not sure we needed so many people to remind us how important this is to Forrester. It’s only as meaningful as the million other catwalk face offs we’ve watched over the decades.
Thomas (Adam Gregory) and Rick (Jacob Young) sparred over their impending fashion face off. Eric told the boys he didn’t want the challenge to negatively impact the company in any way.
Eric informed Thorne all he would have to do is say the word, and he’d be in charge of Forrester. Thorne said his days of trying to run Forrester were over.
Before going to the airport, Steffy swung by Forrester to take a pregnancy test–because of course the place where a fashion challenge is going down is going to be so private–and waited for the stick to give her the results. When it turned, Steffy learned she is pregnant. What are the odds this child is actually born?
Side Note: Isn’t it interesting The Bold and the Beautiful’s official website has already added Karla Mosley’s Maya Avant and Lawrence Saint-Victor’s Carter Walton to its official cast list. Compare it to the state of The Young and the Restless’ official cast list at CBS.com.