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The Bold and the Beautiful: Week May 18th - 22nd

Updated on May 24, 2015
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Rick's Reaction

A lot of B&B viewers were stunned by Rick's reaction when Maya revealed she was transgender. For months he'd been talking nonstop about how he valued Maya's honesty and trustworthiness, that's why we assumed when the truth was revealed he'd go on a rant about honesty. Yet, the opposite occurred. Rick was accepting of Maya and wanted to continue with their engagement plans, although all that could change now that Maya's secret is revealed to the public and is causing a scandal for Forrester Creations.


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Bill Exposes Maya

Bill has proven why he's B&B's leading bad boy. Upon finding out Maya's secret, he didn't waste any time heading to the press. Despite his wife and his son's warnings, Bill went ahead with the story which is sure to earn plenty of backlash.

How will this impact Spencer Publications? Will Katie forgive her husband for his betrayal?

The coming weeks will show what will happen to Bill and how he can get himself out of his latest mess.


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Caroline Returns

Lindsey Godfrey made her triumph return to the show following her horrific accident, which left her with two broken legs. Caroline had been off visiting her mothers in New York and when she returned to Los Angeles, the writers decided to write Godfrey's real-life accident into the show. Godfrey has been greatly missed from the show and it's great to have her back. Caroline's accident seems to have brought her and Ridge closer with him promising to take care of her. But Caroline's return is also going to impact Rick and after learning Maya's secret, Ms Spencer is sure to have some words with her ex.

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Rick's job is in jeopardy

Rick wormed his way into the CEO position and for months he bullied his employees. Despite everyone's pleas to Eric, he continued to be in support of Rick due to the financial success of the company and shrugged off the incidents. But this week Eric finally grew a backbone and informed Rick a morality clause could cost him his job. Eric tried talking his son into taking time off, but in an impassioned speech Rick pleaded with his father not to take away his CEO position.

This week we'll find out if Eric sticks by his son's side or ousts him from CEO.

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