The Bold and the Beautiful Spoilers: Taylor To The Rescue
So far, Sheila (Kimberlin Brown) has been fooling everyone with her grieving mother act. While she is grieving, she hasn’t let on to anyone that she is the one who killed her own son and put Steffy Forrester (Jacqueline MacInnes Wood) in a coma. And nobody seems to suspect her for some weird and unknown reason, especially Taylor Hayes (Krista Allen). Considering that Taylor is a psychiatrist, this seems to be a bit of a problem. Perhaps Taylor needs to retire.
Either way, when Taylor makes it up to the hospital roof, she finds Sheila there ready to jump and Taylor has to use all her shrink skills to literally talk Sheila down. She feels bad for Sheila. After all, she lost her son. How will Taylor feel when she inevitably learns that Sheila is responsible for all the tragedy in their life at the moment.
Will she even be able to talk Sheila down? After all, it’s a pretty crappy feeling to murder your own child, even if it was by accident. Maybe this will be the thing that brings Sheila down for real after all these years. Her reign of terror on two CBS soaps has been going on since before Bill Clinton was president.
The Family Rallies Around Steffy
While Taylor tries to stop Sheila from leaping to her death off the hospital roof, the rest of the family is downstairs keeping vigil by Steffy’s bedside. Her condition hasn’t changed and she still lies in a coma. Even Brooke Logan Forrester (Katherine Kelly Lang) wants to be a comfort for Ridge Forrester (Thorsten Kaye)
What will it take to wake Steffy up and will she need more intense treatment? After all Jacqueline MacInnes Wood is going on maternity leave soon and Steffy will have to be off screen. Was Finn (Tanner Novlan) killed just for those purposes?
Either way, nobody (except Taylor) can bear to tear themselves away from Steffy, so maybe family prayers will be just what she needs. Stay tuned to The Bold and the Beautiful weekdays to see how these stories play out.