‘Bold and the Beautiful’ Spoilers: Steffy in Tears, Bill Strikes Out, SORAS Victim Emerges

Bold and the Beautiful spoilers hint to Steffy Forrester (Jacqueline MacInnes Wood) shedding tears this week over something she can’t fix. Spoilers also point out that Bold is taking liberties with the aging process of a cast member, which is something all soaps are famous for. Furthermore, look for bickering odd couples made up of people who only have a tumultuous past in common.

Bold and the Beautiful Private Moment Revealed

The big event unfolding for the Bold and the Beautiful viewers right now is the Hope Logan (Annika Noelle) and Liam Spencer (Scott Clifton)’s wedding. With that said there are several sub-plots that are slated to play out on the rather bumpy journey to the altar. Starting with Steffy who happens to oversee a private moment between Liam and Hope unbeknownst to the couple.

Bold and the Beautiful - Hope Logan and Liam Spencer

Liam is committing himself to Hope, which is basically the same commitment he made to Steffy not too long ago. Steffy overhears this and she can’t hold back the tears. There’s no hiding from the viewers that Steffy is second-guessing the decision of taking herself out of the running for Liam’s heart.

Steffy Forrester and Liam Spencer Hash it Out?

Liam and Steffy later talk it out and Steffy insists that she and Liam stay on good terms for Kelly’s sake. Will Steffy be able to keep her relationship with Kelly’s dad at a level of “co-parenting” as she suggests? Or will the old feelings take over down the line?

B&B Wake-Up Call

Talk about a wake-up call for the groom?  Wyatt Spencer (Darin Brooks) tells Liam to take a good hard look at himself when asked to be best man. Ouch… that is an honor that was just shot-down by his brother. While he didn’t say no, he sure did take the pleasure out of asking.

Feathers Fly – Claws Come Out?

B&B spoilers also suggest that as the wedding draws closer, Brooke Logan (Katherine Kelly Lang) doesn’t want Steffy or her plus-one guest to attend. Her plus-one is none other than Steffy’s mom, Taylor Hayes (Hunter Tylo).

Brooke and Taylor are mortal enemies so when Brooke gets wind that Taylor attempts to sway Liam away from marrying Hope, she’s not happy. It looks like Steffy and Hope’s mothers will go at it over Liam. B&B spoilers suggest each will vie to get the groom for their own daughters.

Dollar Daddy Bill Spencer Strikes Again – SORAS

Bill Spencer (Don Diamont) and Katie (Heather Tom) will verbally go at it. These sparring partners will have words about their son, Will. Bill is turning over a new leaf, or so he says. After his talk with Liam he now decides to make himself a better father for his son Will.

To do that he has to go through Katie first. The young Will Spencer will be a victim of SORAS (Soap Opera Rapid Age Syndrome). He was played by Heather Tom’s real-life son, Zach Achor, since 2013.

Now that he’s become a SORAS victim, a new actor will become Will and you may recognize him from Showtime’s The Affair. Soap She Knows reports that Finnegan George will step into the role of Will. You will see him on Wednesday’s episode.

George has a few credits under his belt for such a young actor. He played the part of Jamie on The Affair, young Alan on Son of Zorn.  Along with this gig on Bold, George is set to appear as Young Craig in the upcoming series Marvel’s New Warriors.

Bold and the Beautiful Creates New Sparring Partners

Bill will interfere in Katie’s life now that he is trying to become a better father to Will. This will include him interrupting a romantic evening Katie shares with Thorne Forrester ( (Ingo Rademacher). Thorne and Bill will have words and Bill gets rather nasty, according to the latest spoilers.

Along with Taylor, another Bold and the Beautiful character from the past is also coming to town for Hope’ wedding. That would be Donna Logan. Jennifer Gareis will return in this role to watch Hope and Liam tie the knot. Come back to Soap Dirt often for all your Bold and the Beautiful spoilers and news.

 

Roz Zurko

Soaps are an infatuation of mine and reality TV lets me be that fly on the wall when it comes to witnessing all types of behavior, as it never amazes me what people will say and do with the cameras rolling.