CBS ‘The Bold and the Beautiful’ (B&B) spoilers update for Tuesday, February 11th, 2020 indicate that while Sally Spectra (Courtney Hope) was hoping to keep her fatal diagnosis on the down-low but it doesn’t look like that’s going to happen. The first soul that Katie Logan (Heather Tom) is going to tell his Hubby Bill Spencer (Don Diamont) and he’ll shocked to find out that Sally’s due for an appointment with the grim reaper. Even though Bill and Sally have not always seen eye to eye on things, he still respects her as a person because he knows that she is just as passionate about things as he is and she knows what she wants. It’s hard to believe she’s not going to be around anymore.
CBS ‘The Bold and the Beautiful’ Spoilers for February 11: Bill convinces Katie to tell Wyatt
Bill will have some trouble processing this bad news, because of all the things he ever expected, Sally’s imminent death wasn’t one of them. He tells Katie that she is a fighter and while Katie agrees they both have to face reality that her doctors simply don’t believe that this is a battle that Sally can win. Katie tells Bill that she intends to be there for Sally because she doesn’t think that anyone should have to fight this kind of battle alone but she also knows that other people would agree to be there for Sally if given half the chance. The thing is, Sally doesn’t want Wyatt finding out. But now that Bill knows he may end up pressuring Katie into telling him so that he can prepare himself for the worst and possibly be there for Sally.
CBS ‘The Bold and the Beautiful’ Spoilers for February 11: When your dealer judges you, its time to re-evaluate your priorities, Thomas
Meanwhile it looks like Thomas Forester’s (Matthew Atkinson) friend, Vinny Walker (Jo Locicero) will ask for and get updates on the situation involving both Zoe Buckingham (Kiara Barnes) and Hope Logan (Annika Noelle). He outright thinks Thomas is terrible for continuing to put these women through emotional torment, not to mention his little son, Douglas Forrester (Henry Joseph Samiri). He will lambast Thomas for all he’s worth, and tell him that he needs to drop this awful plan. Thomas obviously needs to re-evaluate his position on this whole thing if he’s receiving judgement from a drug dealer. But Thomas is convinced that victory is just around the corner and he won’t care what he puts who through to get there, as long as Hope is standing there at the finish line to greet him. Yike, come on Thomas, really? Stay tuned!!!