On #BoldandBeautiful Thomas’ Obsession Over Hope Has Deadly Consequences via @stacyamiller85 @BandB_CBS @JMattAtkinson

On The Bold and The Beautiful, keeping the secret that Hope (Annika Noelle) and Liam’s (Scott Clifton) baby Beth is alive has taken a deadly turn.

On the Friday, June 21, 2019 episode, Emma Barber (Nia Sioux) confronted Thomas Forrester (Matthew Atkinson) after learning Beth was alive and that the secret was being kept from Hope (Annika Noelle). Thomas wanted Emma to see everything was for the best (according to him); Liam (Scott Clifton) was now living with Steffy (Jacqueline MacInnes Wood) and his daughters, and Hope would be with Thomas and Douglas.

Emma was shocked Thomas considered letting Hope continue to grieve for her daughter who wasn’t even dead. She vowed she would tell Hope the truth that very night. Then, Emma left Forrester Creations on her way to Hope’s.

Thomas quickly followed. He wouldn’t allowed Emma to ruin the future he’d planned for him, Hope and Douglas. As Emma drove, she glimpsed a car driving dangerous close to hers. She tried to swerve but sadly, her car was pushed over the edge and it plummeted down a ravine. The final scene of the episode showed Thomas looking down over the cliff at Emma’s crashed vehicle. He said nothing would stop him from being with Hope..and now we’ve seen how far he’d go.

Has Thomas’ obsession over Hope caused him to cross the point of no return?

This week’s promo shows of The Bold and The Beautiful shows the lengths Thomas is willing to go to ensure Hope is his:

Will Thomas’ role in Emma’s death be revealed? Don’t miss one exciting minute!

The Bold and The Beautiful airs weekdays on CBS.

Photos and Video Courtesy of The Bold and The Beautiful Official Twitter

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