The Bold And The Beautiful Spoilers For January 30 – February 3.
Unable to cover any more, Bill has to face the consequences of his latest deceit. However, that doesn’t mean that he won’t try and control how things pan out for him. He knows his relationship with Liam is in the toilet but is still eager to regain his son’s trust. That won’t be happening any time soon though. And it looks like his behavior will be costing Dollar Bill more than his son. Katie is not willing to forgive him this time around.
Liam is spending more time worrying about his marriage than his relationship with his father. He has to decide if he wants to dump Steffy for Hope. Katie shows up to offer her opinion and it’s not exactly what he was expecting. Katie throws all of her support behind Hope, who spends most of her time chatting with Steffy about what their futures might hold. They decide to work together to keep the latest scandal a secret from their meddling mothers. Liam finally shows up, fresh from deciding what he wants. Hope has already made up her mind to let him go though.
The battle between Ridge and Rick continues to escalate as they argue about Amber’s collection. It isn’t just the collection either. Each man feels that he should be the one to run the company and makes no secret of it. Taylor and Brooke avoid this debate by hanging out and talking about how their daughters keep repeating the same mistakes they made. But something far more serious happens at Forrester. Pam gets caught stealing designs. Stephanie is in denial about it but not for long. In a rage, she fires her sister and vows to get revenge on the Marones.
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