‘The Bold And The Beautiful’ Spoilers For Oct. 17-21: Brooke To Abort Wedding Ceremony? Steffy And Wyatt Together Again, Liam Devastated

"The Bold and the Beautiful" spoilers for Oct. 17-21 have Bill and Brooke prepping to exchange vows, Steffy and Wyatt getting back together, and Liam wallowing in despair. Is Brooke ready to say "yes" or will she just run away from the ceremony?

Brooke To Abort Wedding Ceremony?

"The Bold and the Beautiful" next week opens with Bill (Don Diamont) setting his wedding date with Brooke (Katherin Kelly Lang). Bill seems he is so into it. Brooke on the flip side casts her doubts about the whole event. For one, she wants to muster up his family's approval and she cannot get it from her son RJ (Anthony Turpel). Bill and Brooke seem like on the brink of having their wedding cancelled.

Ridge To Win Back Brooke

Out in desperation, RJ tries his best for the wedding not to take off by convincing his dad Ridge (Thorsten Kaye) to stand up for his family and get back with Brooke. Will RJ succeed with his desire to rebuild his family? Could there be really a chance for Brooke and Ridge to make up? According to spoilers, Ridge will push Brooke to marry Bill instead so she could give him his shares at Forrester Creations.

Quinn Now In Control

As Eric (John McCook) recuperates at home, Ridge persuades his father to withdraw the power of attorney he signed. Eric denies it and goes on to renew his vows with Quinn (Rena Sofer) witnessed by Wyatt (Darin Brooks). Quinn has the full power over Forrester Creations now and Steffy (Jacqueline Wood) is not so happy about it.

Steffy And Wyatt Together Again

While Wyatt is happy for his mom's renewal of vows, he is trying to iron kinks out in his marriage with Steffy. Steffy agrees to be with Wyatt again. Liam (Scott Clinton) is devastated upon knowing that his wife is filing for divorce. Is he going to get back at his brother Wyatt?

"The Bold and the Beautiful" airs weekdays at 1:30 p.m. ET on CBS.


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