It’s crossover week on The Bold and the Beautiful as characters from Genoa City make their way to Los Angeles in some classic episodes beginning June 15 on CBS and CTV2. The Young and the Restless favourites crossing over in this memorable episodes include Sheila (Kimberlin Brown), Lauren (Tracey E. Bregman), Scott (Peter Barton), Victor (Eric Braeden), Katherine (Jeanne Cooper), Jack (Peter Bergman) and Ashley (Eileen Davidson). Both shows were created by the legendary William J. Bell and Lee Phillip Bell.
Monday (June 15)
Upon learning that Sheila (Kimberlin Brown) is alive, Lauren Fenmore (Tracey E. Bregman) persuades her husband Scott Grainger (Peter Barton) to vacation with her on the romantic island of Santa Catalina, where Sheila has gone to repair her marriage with Eric (John McCook). Lauren silently vows to confront Sheila about her misdeeds in front of Eric and Scott. Ridge (then Ron Moss) antagonizes Connor (Scott Thompson Baker) before surprising Brooke (Katherine Kelly Lang) with an impromptu fashion show of the men’s line they are about to debut. Original airdate: November 3, 1993.
Tuesday (June 16)
Brooke uses Victor Newman (Eric Braeden) to make Ridge (Moss) jealous during a business dinner. Taylor (Hunter Tylo) attempts to take her husband Ridge’s attention off Brooke and Victor to no avail. At his wit’s end after seeing Victor kiss Brooke, Ridge rushes to their table and demands that Victor immediately returns to Genoa City. As Victor and Ridge face-off, an embarrassed Taylor intervenes while Brooke gloats at the success of her plan. Original airdate: January 29, 1999.
Wednesday (June 17)
Katherine Chancellor (the late Jeanne Cooper) arrives in Los Angeles and gives important news about the “Stephanie Douglas Trust” that rocks Stephanie’s (Susan Flannery) world. Having manipulated a divorce from Stephanie to be with Brooke, Eric is stunned to learnt hat the Trust is not in the company safe where he and his longtime lawyer Jonathan (the late Joseph Campanella) have kept it. Nick (Jack Wagner) demands the truth from Brooke about her marriage to Eric. Original airdate: November 1, 2005.
Thursday (June 18)
Jack Abbott (Peter Bergman) accepts the Forrester family’s invitation to meet them at their office to discuss a new business proposition. TO Brooke’s annoyance, Ridge (Moss), anxiously moves through the meeting worried that he will not be able to keep his promise to Taylor to attend the party that Dr. Pierce Peterson (Paul Satterfield, Jr.) is throwing in her honour. As Eric, Ridge, Brooke and Thorne (then Winsor Harmon) propose a Jabot and Forrester collaboration to Jack, Sally (the late Darlene Conley) and Darla (Shae Harrison) crash the gala and see Macie (Bobbie Eakes). Separately, Stephanie convinces Dr. James Warwick (Ian Buchanan) to crash the party with her as she’s convinced that Pierce has romantic intentions with her daughter-in-law, Taylor. Original airdate: December 24, 1998.
Friday (June 19)
Brooke turns to Nick to complain that Ridge (Moss) has become engaged to Ashley Abbott (Eileen Davidson) when Ridge should be with her. Nick, now married to Taylor, attempts to have Brooke see that she should move on with her life. Rick (then Kyle Lowder) unsuccessfully flirts with his ex, Ashley, while telling her to watch out for his mother, Brooke, in regards to Ridge. Unswayed by Nick’s words, Brooke confronts Ashley and warns her that Ridge always returns to her, that they are destined to be together. Original airdate: September 26, 2007.
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The Bold and the Beautiful airs weekdays on CTV2 and CBS. Canadians can watch online at CTV.ca and stream on Crave.