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Brooke and Hope Attempt to Take Douglas From Thomas on the Bold and the Beautiful.

Updated on October 22, 2019
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Cheryl has been writing recaps, breaking news, and soap spoilers for a number of years and been a daytime drama fan for five decades.

Brooke goes too far

Last week on The Bold and the Beautiful Brooke Logan ordered her husband's son to move out of their home, and now she wants to take his son away. On Tuesday, Hope and her mother presented their case to Thomas about his signing away custody of Douglas. Thomas told Zoe that he would never let the Logans get the best of him and would make sure they are all removed from Forrester Creations. Liam was skeptical about his mother in law's pan and said he had his hands full, with Beth and Kelly. Soap Dirt spoiler alerts indicate that Brooke and her daughter will both lose their men because of their aggression where Thomas is concerned.

Steffy and Shauna may end up with the men they desire

On Monday's episode of The Bold and the Beautiful, Hope became hysterical when she found out that Liam had allowed Steffy to spend time alone with Beth. She raced over to the house and when Liam arrived she tried unsuccessfully to force him to say he no longer wanted Steffy in his life. Viewers can see that he is torn between the two women and it's only a matter of time before Hope pushes him back into her rival's arms. On Tuesday Hope agreed with her mother who decided that Douglas should live with her daughter and Liam. When Ridge finds out he will be outraged and Shauna is waiting in the wings.

Ms. Fulton has made it clear that she will be there for Ridge and he might just take her up on it. Thomas already told Flo's mom that he is in favor of her taking his dad away from Brooke. Now that Flo has given Katie a kidney, everyone but Brooke is willing to give her a chance. This is causing Ms. Logan to appear insensitive and selfish. Viewers are expressing their distaste for Brooke's behavior on social media groups and the other characters on The Bold and the Beautiful may soon be doing the same. When Ridge gets wind of this latest stunt his wife has pulled he may never go back to her. Ridge has said time and time again that Thomas is his son, and he will stand by him, but Brooke refuses to budge from her animosity.

Thomas is determined to win

Thomas has confided in Zoe and Vinny of his plans to make sure all the Logan's are out of his life. His friend and his former employee both were skeptical until they heard that Brooke is attempting to take Douglas from his dad. This is an extreme step, but Thomas is determined he will win. It's even possible that he and Zoe could become an item and he will have her as a stepmother for his son. On Tuesday's episode of The Bold and the Beautiful Hope brought up to Thomas the fact that he chose her to be a mother to his son and asked him to allow her to do just that.

Thomas and Zoe have been talking for a while and she admitted that she and Xander have broken up When she said she was out of work, Thomas said that she is the face he had in mind for when he launches his new collection of fashions. It's possible the two could fall in love, or Ridge and Taylor's son could simply use her as a means to an end. Bradley Bell the executive producer of The Bold and the Beautiful stated in April that the baby switch storyline would not be concluded until November Sweeps. He also promised there would be a lot of twists and turns along the way.

If Liam leaves Hope for Steffy, Ridge dumps Brooke for Shauna and the Logan's are forced out of Forrester Creations, then Thomas wins. If he retains custody of Douglas this will be a bonus. Between now and then, It looks like a lot of drama and backstabbing will be going on so fans will have good reason to tune in. Just how Ridge and Taylor's son is able to get Brooke, Donna, and Hope out of his family business is not clear. He may enlist Steffy to cut funding for Hope for the Future, as their father did once before. Be sure you continue watching The Bold and the Beautiful weekday afternoons on CBS at 1:30 PM EST.

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