This week on The Bold and the Beautiful: Reese (Wayne Brady) rushes onto the TV sound stage to save Zoe (Kiara Barnes) from the thug he owes money to on Monday (January 28). Liam (Scott Clifton) feels an instant connection with the infant Steffy (Jacqueline MacInnes Wood) is adopting when he holds her for the first time.
On Tuesday (January 29), Flo (Katrina Bowden) begins to realize the severity of Reese’s actions and worries about potential consequences. Liam breaks the news to a horrified Hope (Annika Noelle) that Steffy is adopting a baby girl.
Ridge (Thorsten Kaye) becomes overwhelmed with emotion when he learns of the addition to his family on Wednesday (January 30). Hope runs into Reese at her doctor’s office and demands answers to her questions about what transpired on Catalina Island.
On Thursday (January 31), Brooke (Katherine Kelly Lang) and Ridge become suspicious about the speedy process of Steffy’s adoption. Reese pleads for his daughter’s safety as he makes good and pays the money he owes.
Brooke worries that Hope encouraged Liam to spend time with Steffy, Kelly and the new baby on Friday (February 1). Reese shares his plans for the future with Flo, who is overwhelmed by her part in his scheme.
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Coming up on B&B during the week of February 4:
- Hope holds Steffy’s “daughter” for the first time.
- Ridge and Brooke each ask Taylor (Hunter Tylo) about the adoption process.
- Wyatt (Darin Brooks) and Sally (Courtney Hope) sense something “familiar.”
- Zoe has questions of her own.
Thomas Recast: Daytime Confidential is reporting that B&B has placed a casting child for Ridge and Taylor’s son, Thomas. The role was last played by Pierson Fodé from 2015 to 2017.
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Fiji Water Girl: Canadian model Kelleth Cuthbert, who made headlines as the Fiji Water Girl from the Golden Globes red carpet, will appear on B&B as a Forrester intern on February 6.
The Bold and the Beautiful airs weekdays on CTV Two and CBS. Canadian viewers can catch up on demand, on the CTV Go app, and online at ctv.ca.