In the Wednesday, November 30, 2022, full episode recap of CBS’ Bold and the Beautiful, Hope returns to support Brooke, Steffy and Thomas encourage Ridge to continue the wedding, and Sheila gloats about Brooke’s misery.
We also have Tuesday’s B&B recap where Ridge blew up at Thomas and called him evil before asking Taylor where the woman he fell in love with went.
At Eric’s, Ridge tells Thomas to be quiet while he’s trying to figure out what kind of a man he’s looking at.
Taylor is sorry he found out about this the way he did. She should have been the one to tell him, but she got scared because this could happen.
She reminds him he said the CPS call had nothing to do with them getting married, but does it? Will they be husband and wife?
Thomas and Steffy encourage him to marry their mom.
Steffy adds only he can decide if he’s ready to go ahead. She just didn’t want him to get married thanks to a lie.
All the blame is on Thomas, the ladies make clear. Thomas insists he was only doing this to put him with the woman he belongs with.
Ridge can’t believe he thinks he did something heroic.
Steffy is sorry he’s hurting. Her mom should have told him immediately, but she’s the same wonderful person he loves and he should marry her today.
Ridge thinks. He looks at Taylor. She smiles. Hey smiles.
She knows she should have told him and she agreed with both of her children about what today means. Taylor reminds him that he proposed and insisted it had nothing to do with Brooke.
Again, she asks if what Thomas did changes everything.
He reminds her that she’s a psychiatrist so she must see how messed up her son is. He’s a self-centred child with no grasp on reality.
Ridge is going to talk to Eric about his place in the company. After he gave him all his love and support, is there anything else Thomas could take from him?
He was so proud but now he’s just sick to look at him.
Taylor tells Ridge how much she loves him. He loves her too.
“I’m gonna set this straight,” he says, walking away.
Steffy hugs her sobbing mom and tells her how sorry she is.
Thomas doesn’t know how his sister could have done this. She repeats that it was wrong and apologizes to her mom.
Taylor wonders how Ridge will set it straight.
Hope surprises her mom by showing up at her place after cutting her business trip short. There was no way she would let her go through this day on her own.
They hug. Hope asks how she’s coping.
Sighing, Brooke assures her she won’t drink. Her daughter tells her she will always be there for her.
Brooke is still confused about why all this is happening.
She’s sure the ceremony is already over. Not knowing why this is happening is particularly crushing.
Brooke just wants to be alone with her memories of Ridge. They are the only pieces of him that are still hers.
Once she is alone, she flashes back to a musical montage of her recent life with Ridge.
This is interrupted when Ridge knocks on the door and asks to come in.
She reminds him it’s his wedding day.
He explains he should have had more faith in her. She’s baffled.
Ridge tells her about the CPS call. He heard what he thought was her voice. Now he knows it wasn’t her. Thomas set her up by calling the authorities on himself.
He believed she did something that in his heart of hearts he knew she couldn’t and he’s more sorry than he can say.
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At Deacon’s place, he’s unsettled as Sheila delights in Brooke’s misery. It’s like Christmas morning for her.
She straddles his lap and chuckles. Making fun of Brooke’s heartache isn’t his idea of foreplay.
Sheila says it gives her something to do in his “incredibly lavish bachelor pad.”
He reminds her she belongs in prison. He doesn’t plan on getting locked up thanks to her slipping out when she feels cooped up.
She doesn’t need these constant reminders. If he wants to play warden, can’t he get out the handcuffs?
He’s being serious. He knows being stuck in there sucks but it’s better than prison.
Deacon reminds her she didn’t need to come back to LA and Finn will never forgive her.
She reminds him that she shot Taylor, who eventually forgave her. People underestimate her but she always survives.