Published On: Wed, Sep 14th, 2016

'The Bold and the Beautiful' Spoilers: Ridge Risks Plans for Brooke? Quinn Wins the Forrester Family War?

Will Quinn win the Forrester family war in The Bold and the Beautiful? Meanwhile, will Ridge choose love over everything he values?

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According to Celebrity Dirty Laundry, Ridge’s (Thorsten Kaye) plans of overthrowing Eric (John McCook) will fail. Someone will ultimately interfere and destroy everything he has been working for. However, there have been no confirmations as to who will do it as of now.


Even so, there is a possibility that Katie (Heather Tom) and RJ (Anthony Turpel) will have a part in ending Ridge’s plans. In line with this, Brooke (Katherine Kelly Lang) is engaged to Bill (Don Diamont) to get his Forrester shares. In spite of this, Katie and RJ are trying to pair her with Ridge instead.

Katie wants to see her ex-husband lose his fiancee in The Bold and the Beautiful. On the other hand, RJ wants Brooke to marry his father. Then again, Ridge might decide to stop the wedding plans himself to win Brooke back.

If so, he would need a new strategy to take control of Forrester Creations. For this reason, Steffy (Jacqueline MacInnes Wood) might take matters into her own hands. She fears that Quinn might gain more control of the Forresters if she becomes Eric’s husband.

Similarly, spoilers hint that one male character is going to pick love over everything he values. This could be Eric choosing Quinn over his company and family. Then again, it might be Ridge who chooses Brooke over his plans.

Meanwhile, We Love Soaps reports that Wyatt (Darin Brooks) urges Steffy to talk to him about their relationship. Fans are aware of Quinn’s plans to save her son’s relationship by using Ivy (Ashleigh Brewer) to distract Liam (Scott Clifton) from Steffy. Will Ivy and Quinn succeed with their plans?

Fans will have to tune in The Bold and the Beautiful on CBS to find out more.

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