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'The Bold and The Beautiful' Spoilers: "Shocking" Electrocution Aftermath

Wyatt pours his heart out to Ivy.
During the week of December 7-11, 2015 on The Bold and The Beautiful, Steffy deals with the aftermath of Ivy's electrocution. When Liam learns Steffy had a hand in yet another cousin's accident, will he be as understanding as he was about Aly? Check out more spoilers for the week below, and watch a sneak peek video of what's coming up.

* Ivy gets electrocuted during an argument with Steffy.

* Tensions rise when the Forresters and Spencers find out about Steffy's involvement in Ivy's fate.

* Liam overhears Steffy's admission to Ivy.

* Nicole's favor to Maya impacts her relationship with Zende.

* Wyatt blames Thomas for the storm between him and Ivy.

* Liam confronts Steffy about Ivy.

* Caroline and Ridge call out Thomas for his involvement with Ivy.

* Wyatt confesses his true feelings for Ivy.

* Liam is concerned about something he finds out while visiting the hospital.

* A restraining order is filed against Steffy.

If you missed Friday's "shocking" cliffhanger, you must watch it now!

Then watch a preview for next week.


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