The Bold and the Beautiful recap (March 6): Would Billy really kill Sheila?

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As the Bold and the Beautiful spoilers teased, Sheila and Deacon have started a dangerous affair and things got pretty steamy on the soap between the two on March 6. But as they basked in the afterglow, it began to don on Sheila that she’s taken a risk that could result in her death.

Yes, I was also taken aback when she said that Bill would kill her and Deacon if he ever found out about their relationship. Big Bad Dollar Bill Spencer never shies away from dark choices. His most recent offense was blackmailing Steffy, Finn, and Taylor after all. And, in the not so distant past, he covered up an involuntary manslaughter case when he thought he could keep Liam out of jail by doing so. But murder isn’t in his wheelhouse…at least not yet.

The billionaire (reformed) playboy has never been cheated on to my memory. He committed adultery on multiple occasions when he was with Katie. Sure, Brooke chose Ridge over him, but she wasn’t carrying on an affair. This is a first for Bill and, given his conversation with Liam, Sheila doesn’t have any room to mess up with him.

As he told Liam, no one has a blank check with him. Sheila’s betrayal is going to have a pretty steep cost though he didn’t mention killing her. She brought that up, but there’s got to be a reason she did so since Sheila’s rarely scared and she was plenty concerned.

The Bold and the Beautiful recap (March 6)

Over at Forrester Creations, Thomas and Hope were still talking about him rejoining Hope for the Future as lead designer. Hope’s been on the fence because she wants to save her line, and Steffy made it clear that if she turns Thomas down then her brand is getting cut. But she doesn’t trust him and is having a hard time believing he’s actually turned over a new leaf.

Thomas reiterated that he’s going to therapy and that it’s with a professional who isn’t his mother. He also played on Hope’s desire for Douglas to see his parents not only getting along but working well together. The idea that he could see them in a positive light is important to her especially with their son choosing to live with his aunt instead of one of them.

Once again Taylor thanked Steffy for making a move that benefits her brother and, once again, this really did come off as a business decision for her. Taylor has consistently seen the spot Steffy has put Hope in as an active choice to support her brother, but it’s more than that for her daughter which she doesn’t seem to recognize.

Steffy is concerned about what Liam will think of all of this, and Taylor’s certain if Hope does allow Thomas to work with her again that it will disrupt her marriage. However, neither woman is backing down from supporting the choice that will best benefit Thomas and the company. Hope didn’t make a decision on March 6’s episode, but she did tell them that if Thomas apologizes to her mother that it’d go along way to help her decide.

Thomas didn’t hesitate to agree to her terms and, judging by Taylor’s face, we’re sure to see Brooke also have to contend with her friend’s opinion on this developing situation at Forrester Creations.

Until next time, Bold fans. Stay beautiful!

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