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Steam Room Surprise and a Spencer Sword Stabbing on 'The Bold and the Beautiful' (Mini-Recap)

Maya joined Rick in the steam room. How will he react?
On Wednesday's episode of The Bold and the Beautiful (June 25, 2014), Hope (Kim Matula) noticed Maya (Karla Mosley) was a bit off during a meeting a Forrester Creations. Maya admitted to Oliver (Zack Conroy) during a photo shoot that she still wondered what it would be like to live the good life, and that she was resentful of people like Caroline Spencer getting everything they want. Meanwhile, Quinn (Rena Sofer) tried to manipulate Liam (Scott Clifton) into convincing Hope that she can work with Wyatt. Liam wasn't having it so Quinn got really mad, grabbed the Spencer family sword he was wearing around his neck, and stabbed him in the throat ("You live by the sword, you die by the sword.")

Later, Rick (Jacob Young) was enjoying some time in the steam room when Maya surprisingly joined him. Will Rick welcome Maya's presence in the steam room? What will Liam do now that Quinn's threats have gotten even more physical? Tune in on Thursday to find out.

Performer of the Day: Karla Mosley as Maya Avant. Maya apparently went through the B&B personality change machine (characters like Caroline and Aly have recently been there), and Mosley conveyed just the right emotions as Maya seemingly wondered about what life would be like not following the rules.

Runner Up: Rena Sofer as Quinn Fuller. Scary, and awesome.

Line of the Day: Maya to Oliver: "I am tired of watching people like Caroline get whatever they want. She was horrible to me, and she wins? I played by the rules, I followed my conscience, and look where that got me."

Clifftwister of the Day: Maya is suddenly into Rick again!


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