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The Bold and the Beautiful returned on Tuesday with an all-new episode as Liam (Scott Clifton) made a life-changing decision on his relationship with Steffy (Jacqueline MacInnes Wood).

Read on for the Tuesday, January 12 episode recap and scroll down and click “Next Page” for the January 13 and 14 B&B spoilers.


Liam Says Goodbye to Steffy

The Bold and the Beautiful Cast, The Bold and the Beautiful Actors, Steffy Forrester Photos, Jacqueline MacInnes Photos

Steffy was left in tears in Tuesday’s B&B episode as Liam broke things off once again. (CBS Screenshot)

Eric (John McCook) tells Quinn (Rena Sofer) he’s hoping to hire Ivy to work from Australia; she doesn’t like the idea. Quinn insists Wyatt (Darin Brooks) and her are fine covering the jewelry line. Brook’s expected another job offer.

Liam shows at Eric’s office and informs him that he went to Australia. Eric queries Liam on why he slept at the office. Liam says he’s stepping away from Forrester.

Wyatt tells Eric he thinks they can get more done themselves over hiring newbies.

Bill (Don Diamont) and Katie (Heather Tom) welcome Brooke (Katherine Kelly Lang) to the company.

Quinn is happy to hear that Wyatt slept over Steffy’s.

“Well done.”

Steffy asks how Liam can act like this for her and Ivy. He’s shocked. Liam blames Steffy for marrying him, leaving him, and losing his child.

Tom tells Brooke she’s incredibly talented and they’re lucky to have her. She jokes by saying her only issue is the office view.

Quinn is happy to hear that Steffy’s situation is unraveling with Liam.

Steffy says the last she saw of him he said he was done.She wants to know where his attitude is coming from. Liam says he used to daydream about them beating life’s curve balls, but now he doesn’t feel safe. He says goodbye to her; she’s in tears.

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