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13 Things to Know about the December 16, 2016 Episode of 'The Bold and the Beautiful'

Liam is stunned by what Eric has to say on The Bold and the Beautiful
Did you miss the Friday, December 16, 2016 episode of The Bold and the Beautiful? If so, here are 13 things you need to know to be caught up by Monday.

1. Eric tells Liam he would support Steffy leaving him for Wyatt.

2. Brooke encourages Katie to let her have it for leaving Bill for Ridge.

3. Katie isn't upset at Brooke and believes she made the right decision for herself.

4. Katie asks Brooke to leave her out of the drama she has with Ridge and Bill.

5. Brooke wonders if Katie has feelings for Eric.

6. Katie isn't romantically interested in Eric, but feels that Quinn is still dangerous.

7. Liam asks if Eric is now part of Quinn’s plan to manipulate Steffy into going back to Wyatt.

8. Eric declares that the only time Liam has any sort of commitment to Steffy is when Hope is out of town and vice versa….let alone stringing Ivy along just for fun.

9. Brooke encourages Katie to tell Eric about Quinn's odd behavior.

10. Eric tells Liam he has chosen Steffy to take the company into the future, and that future is without Liam.

11. Steffy is surprised that Quinn has been good for Eric and the company so far.

12. Liam tells Quinn he should have locked her up when he had the chance.

13. Katie overhears Quinn threaten Liam and tapes her words.

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