Bill and Katie’s Romantic Dinner is Spoiled on The Bold and the Beautiful
Brooke (Katherine Kelly Lang) organized a romantic evening at the cottage for Katie (Heather Tom) and Bill (Don Diamont), so they could focus on one another. Brooke left, but when she returned to the main house, she discovered Taylor (Hunter Tylo) there. While Katie was out of the room getting their plates, Bill took a drink. When she got back, they kissed and Katie asked, “Are you kidding me?” The two argued about his drinking, yet again, before Katie stormed out.
Taylor told Brooke she had a warning for her daughter Hope (Kim Matula). The two started arguing about which daughter should be with Liam, (Scott Clifton) and why. After Taylor left, Brooke returned to the cabin and told Bill she had seen Katie drive off. The two discussed his drinking. Bill wanted his freedom to do things. He asked "What next?" in regards to Katie’s controlling ways.
Meanwhile in Paris, Steffy (Jacqueline MacInnes Wood) googled whether she could drink green tea while pregnant. Later, Taylor called Steffy on video conference, and asked if she had told Liam about the baby. Taylor advised her daughter that if she was having concerns about Hope, she should return home. Steffy didn’t want Liam to choose her because he felt responsible for their child. Steffy felt Liam should get Hope out of his system, before she made any moves.
Now, this is what’s wrong with The Bold and the Beautiful. Pregnancies and babies are guaranteed drama on soaps, especially for one-time bad girls such as Steffy, and yet the show isn't going to use it to manipulate Liam? Why do all of B&B's relationship storylines have to be so repetitive and boring?
At Liam’s house, Hope and Liam shared a pizza. Hope kept going on and on about their current perfect situation, and how the two of them should be together. I’m not loving this “we should be together and pretend nothing else happened” Hope.
Marcus (Texas Battle) told Dayzee (Kristolyn Lloyd) she was helping keep Stephanie’s (Susan Flannery) legacy alive by assisting the needy.