The Bold and the Beautiful spoilers for the week of December 14, 2022, suggest that Ridge will return to L.A., and this episode will yet again be an episode that is Ridge-centric. He will meet with Eric and discuss matters of his heart. While Ridge is speaking to Eric, Taylor and Brooke will forge a new relationship. Are these women becoming friends? Keep reading to know.
The Bold and the Beautiful spoilers say that in this episode, Ridge will return from his trip and speak to Eric. They will talk about everything that has been happening in Ridge’s life and how he is still in love with both women. When Ridge tells his father about it, Eric will give his son the tough love he needs and deserves. He will ask his son to get his act together. While they are talking about it, Eric will put in a good word for Brooke, but he will also tell Ridge to give Brooke the real commitment she deserves. Eric will be clear on his belief that neither of the women deserves Ridge’s half-heart. So, he hopes that Ridge does the right thing.
The Bold And The Beautiful: Taylor And Brooke Become Friends
While Ridge is still trying to figure out his feelings for these women, Taylor and Brooke will make amends of their own. Taylor is really ashamed of her part in keeping the secret a secret. Not only that, she will be worried for her son. She had really thought that Thomas had changed for good. So, she will start doubting herself. Owing to how bad and sad she is feeling about all of this, it looks like Taylor will apologize to Brooke for everything that happened.
Further, the spoilers suggest that while Ridge is deciding for himself, Brooke and Taylor will choose themselves and might leave him for good. Both Brooke and Taylor are about to become good friends, and that seems like the breath of fresh-air we need. Would you like this? Tell us. The Bold and the Beautiful airs on CBS. Make sure you tune in and enjoy.
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