The Bold and the Beautiful, April 11, 2024, CBS

The Bold and the Beautiful

In the upcoming episode of The Bold and the Beautiful, airing on CBS on Thursday April 11, secrets and confessions take center stage as the residents of Los Angeles navigate love, loss, and deception.

Deacon Sharpe (Sean Kanan) continues to be haunted by his disturbing memories of the crematorium, unable to shake the image of ten toes that he believes belonged to someone other than Sheila Carter (Kimberlin Brown). Despite John “Finn” Finnegan’s (Tanner Novlan) attempts to convince Deacon that his mind is playing tricks on him, Deacon remains convinced that Sheila may still be alive. This leads to a heated confrontation with Ridge Forrester (Thorsten Kaye), who urges Deacon to let go of the past and move on.

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Meanwhile, Luna Nozawa (Lisa Yamada) finds herself at a crossroads. Consumed by guilt over her lie, Luna decides to come clean to RJ Forrester (Joshua Hoffman) about the accidental mint ingestion and its consequences. With the support of her mother, Poppy Nozawa (Romy Park), and Zende Forrester Dominguez (Delon de Metz), Luna steels herself to confess, knowing that the truth may impact her relationship with RJ.

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As Luna begins her tearful confession, RJ realizes that it concerns the events that transpired after she left Eric Forrester’s (John McCook) party. The question remains: will Luna go through with her admission, or will she back down at the last moment? The anticipation builds as viewers await the outcome of Luna’s decision and the potential fallout that may follow.

The Bold and the Beautiful airs on CBS at 1.30 pm on Thursday, April 11, 2024.

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