The Bold and the Beautiful’s “Favourite Showdowns” Weeks

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The Bold and the Beautiful fans will get a chance to revisit some classic showdowns during the week of July 6.

Monday (July 6)

Eric (John McCook) and Ridge (then Ron Moss) compete against one another as lead designers in an elegant fashion show amidst the romantic and glamorous backdrop of Portofino, Italy. Massimo (the late Joe Mascolo), Bridget (then Jennifer Finnigan), Sally (the late Darlene Conley), Darla (Shae Harrison) watch Ridge, designing for Spectra Fashions and Eric, designing for Forrester Creations, bring their best to the “Portofino Challenge.” Stephanie (Susan Flannery) and Clarke (Daniel McVicar) emcee the event and Brooke (Katherine Kelly Lang) stuns as the showstopper arriving via boat on the Ligurian Sea. Original airdate: January 6, 2003.

Tuesday (July 7)

Whip (Rick Hearst) clashes with Deacon (Sean Kanan), explaining that there is no way that Brooke would ever betray her daughter Bridget (Finnigan) now that he must forget that Brooke’s baby is really his. Meanwhile, Bridget, not realizing that her mother is pregnant with her husband’s baby, throws her a baby shower. Taylor (Hunter Tylo), Kristen (Tracy Lindsey Melchior), and Eric (Courtnee Draper) attend, as well as Meagan (Meave Quinlan) and Stephanie – both of whom know the truth about Brooke’s secret. After the shower is over, Meagan assures Whip that Deacon won’t do anything to jeopardize his relationship with Bridget while Deacon heads over to Brooke’s house to talk to her about the baby. Not realizing that Bridget is downstairs and can hear them on the baby monitor, Deacon professes his love for Brooke. Original airdate: June 14, 2002.

Wednesday (July 8)

Whip is surprised to learn that Deacon has agree to stay away from Brooke by taking Bridget (Finnigan) on a publicity tour of the Forrester Creations Ambrosia line. Not realizing that his wife heard him profess his love to her mother over the baby monitor, Deacon tells Whip that he made the decision because of the close call. Whip assures Deacon that the baby will be surrounded by nothing but love from the day he or she is born. Meanwhile, Stephanie sits outside the Big Bear cabin in her car while Bridget goes inside to confront her mother over her egregious betrayal. In a heartbreaking moment, an angry Bridget demands that Brooke tell her how many times she and Deacon were together. Brooke attempts to convince Bridget how much she loves her, but Bridget insists that Brooke threw her away. Bridget tells Brooke that she made her choice, and choices have consequences. Brooke grabs Bridget’s wrist begging her to give her another chance. Stephanie enters the cabin and orders Brooke to let Bridget go. When Bridget leaves, Brooke drops to the floor and tells Stephanie that she’s going into labour. Original airdate: June 28, 2002.

Thursday (July 9)

Wyatt (Darin Brooks) interrupts Bill’s (Don Diamont) daydream about the stolen kiss he recently shared with Brooke. Vinny (Joe LoCicero) tries to hide his anxiety about Thomas’ (Matthew Atkinson) plan as he makes small talk with Carter (Lawrence Saint-Victor), Quinn (Rena Sofer), and Eric. He asks Thomas to stop the madness and cancel the ceremony. Alone, before the ceremony, Hope (Annika Noelle) asks Douglas (Henry Samiri) to trust her, telling the child that she will make sure that she is always his mother. Unseen, Thomas listens to part of the conversation and is confident that he and Hope will be married by the end of the day. Douglas watches his world fall apart as the Thomas and Zoe’s (Kiara Barnes) wedding begins. Douglas has a melt-down and runs upstairs. Hope follows him, and Zoe urges Thomas to continue with the wedding. Nervous and trying to stall, Thomas continues with his vows. At the very last moment, everyone is stunned to see Hope, in the Hope for the Future gown that Thomas created for her, and Douglas, standing hand and hand at the end of the aisle. Original airdate: Thursday, March 12, 2020.

Friday (July 10)

Thomas believes that all of his dreams are about to come true as Hope stands before him, hand in hand with Douglas wearing the wedding dress that he designed for her. When Zoe demands that Thomas not leave her at the altar, Hope takes the opportunity to deliver a stunning turn of events which leads to a “game over” moment for Thomas. He soon realizes that Hope, Liam (Scott Clifton), and Steffy (Jacqueline MacInnes Wood) plotted his comeuppance and turns to Douglas, then Ridge (now Thorsten Kaye), for support. With Zoe and Hope now side-by-side in solidarity, Thomas is forced to hear from his friends and family their disappointment and how his evil behavior has affected their lives. Realizing he has lost everything, Thomas flees, leaving Hope, Liam, and Douglas to be reunited as a family. Original airdate: Friday, March 13, 2020.

Check out the winners from the 2020 Daytime Emmy Awards here.

The Bold and the Beautiful airs weekdays on CTV2 and CBS. Canadians can watch online at CTV.ca and stream on Crave.

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