The Bold And The Beautiful Weekly Summary For March 5-9.
Steffy made another plea to Liam to stick by her. He left for Hope anyway. Brooke found Steffy down in the dumps. Steffy refused to give up hoping Liam would come back to her. When Liam got home, Hope was waiting. They declared that they were married in every way that counted. As they kissed, fireworks went off. They stripped down, but as hard as he was trying, the only thing she could think about was Steffy. That was a real mood killer. He said they would have the rest of their lives to actually consummate. In the morning, he tried to put a positive spin on things but she wasn’t buying it. He left for work.
Katie and Bill discussed his son’s sex life while they were getting it on. The next morning, when Liam showed up for work, his father tried quizzing him about his night with Hope. Liam admitted it was hardly perfect. Bill suggested that they might be trying too hard. Meanwhile, Ridge and Brooke put on their moisturizer and worried about the happiness of their daughters. Brooke showed up and her daughter cried and told her how terrifying being intimate with a married man was. Her mom thought she needed counseling. She took Hope to see Stacy, the sex shrink.
Stephanie assured Taylor that Liam would get fed up with Hope because all Logan girls are mentally unstable. Later, Eric and Stephanie mused about their ‘anniversary’ and she told him what a terrible husband he is. Gladys showed up. It took awhile for them to recognize her but they soon realized she used to be a hairdresser for Sally. She explained that she was now a gardener and wedding officiant. Eric immediately proposed to Stephanie. Gladys officiated. Stephanie thought the whole thing was a farce but went along with it. Eric was thrilled that they were married again.
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