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THE BOLD AND THE BEAUTIFUL: Quinn Bludgeons Katie! But, Is It A Fantasy?

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Jealousy! Misery! Oh, my! The Bold and the Beautiful delivered yet another shocker which they have become known for, and for keeping viewers on their toes!

On Friday’s major cliffhanger, a fuming Quinn (Rena Sofer) is witnessing the exchange between her husband, Eric (John McCook) and Katie (Heather Tom) in the Forrester mansion living room. Katie leans over and kisses Eric thanking him for his friendship and all he has done for her. As Eric goes upstairs, Katie forgets her phone. When she grabs it and then turns around to exit the mansion, Quinn is standing there leering at her and confronts Katie.

“I saw you kissing my husband,” she shouts!  Quinn next accuses Katie of going after her husband. Katie fires back “Why not?!”  She then bluntly tells Quinn that Eric deserves much better than her.  Katie calls her “crazy”.  Oops!  Next thing you know, viewers see Quinn bludgeoning Katie over the head multiple times with a candlestick!  Horrified at what she has done, Quinn kneels beside Katie’s body as we see the blood pouring out of her skull on to the floor.

Watch the scene after the jump.  Then weigh in!  When you first watched the moment were you stunned?  Do you think it will be revealed as a fantasy/dream, especially because the latest holiday promo for the CBS Daytime series seemingly features Katie alive and well? Share your thoughts in the comment section below.

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Lia
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Lia

I was stunned because of how fast Katie went from kitty to rocket launcher. Every word was on target, and Quinn’s reaction, perfection. What tipped me off that it’s probably fake were the three swift hits with the candlestick. Those are heavy, and would kill Katie or at the very least put her into a coma. No way Quinn could cover that, especially with the blood pooling on the floor. Also the preview for Monday shows Eric talking to Brooke, so how would he leave the house, and not see Katie? So my thought? Quinn’s daydreaming.

kevin
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kevin

I knew it had to be a dream/fantasy/nightmare…OH Quinn, now have you really change thinking such thoughts?, lol..

davlestev1
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davlestev1

A plot device that should NEVER EVER be used as a cliff hanger..but you can’t tell Brad Bell anything apparently. It’s cheap..off putting and divisive to say the least. He could have done an entire red herring scenario show leading up to and including this moment..but show the truth at the end #cheaptrick is a band not a Friday cliff hanger BRADLEY!!

Mary SF
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Mary SF

I am sure it is fantasy considering Katie is suddenly saying everything Quinn secretly fears is true– that Eric deserves better than her– and after Qunn’s converstation with Liam earlier it probably stirred up all her old doubts– in general I am not a fan of these fantasy sequences, but in this case I think it okay because it is showing how Quinn mind is working— and there was just enough of maybe this is real–to want you to turn on Monday– LOL

elm1951
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elm1951

that scene was just too graphic to be real especially on a soap – blood was everywhere in that living room – it was so obvious that all of that was happening in quinn’s mind……….jmo

Mateo
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Mateo

Desperation much? The main thing about B&B is how they use desperate tactics that have zero payoff. I love Heather Tom. She is in a master class of actresses. She deserves so much better than this ridiculous plot device. And I hardly think that blood splatter would be all over the floor but none on the furniture that is directly in front of Katie’s head. Not to mention that Quinn looked spotless herself. So blood in every direction other than Katie’s body position and none on the abuser? It’s a dream for sure and a technically bad one. But hey… Read more »

Sward
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Sward

I hope Quinn had a flash of a dream. We can’t lose Katie!

John
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John

I thought as I was watching it that it must be a dream. If not, there is no way they can salvage Quinn now.

Tomas Torquemada
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Tomas Torquemada

They are setting up a sweeps storyline for after the holidays. We’ll be celebrating happy couples under mistletoe through January 1. This is a tease that her mental instability isn’t over

soapqueenforever
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soapqueenforever

I seriously think it was a fantasy. Heather Thom in my opinion is one of the best actresses on daytime TV and B&B would be foolish to let her go. But I think if Katie keeps up with her impromptu to visits, and her friendly goodbye pecks on Eric’s lips, and Quinn keeps getting wind of it, there really might be a clocking. I really hope they are not working their way towards a Katie, Eric, Quinn triangle. I love the pairing of Quinn and Eric. And the way they were introduced as a couple was classic soap opera at… Read more »

jaybird369
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jaybird369

soapqueenforever…I am SO FED UP with Liam…PERIOD!!!!! Oh…as far as I’m concerned, being kidnapped has turned that LAMEBRAIN Liam into AN EVEN BIGGER JACKASS!!!!! BEYOND BLECH!!!!!!

Have a good one.

Peace.

soapqueenforever
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soapqueenforever

I hear you jaybird369. Between Liam and Ridge, I don’t who the bigger pompous ass is. I say pair Steffie with Bill. She needs a man. Liam and Wyatt are to whiny for her. She needs a strong man and not a little boy. I think Steffie and Bill would make an interesting and compatible couple. Take care and thanks for listening. Bye.

Rose
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Rose

Soapqueenforever…I so agree with everything you have said. Give Quinn and Eric a little bit longer honeymoon phase before you send in the clouds. And quite frankly I don’t think it’s just an off-balance Quinn who would be wondering about Katy next door, and the “attachment” she is making with Eric. Feel lots of other soap women would feel threatened. Plus, I have never understood the Liam, girl-magnet appeal. I find the character a wimp.

soapqueenforever
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soapqueenforever

Not just a whimp, but a whiny whimp. I have been wondering about the Liam attraction since Steffie and Hope were fighting over him. What is the big deal.

James R. Poissant
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James R. Poissant

Awesome scene but one thing wrong with this picture—Heather Tom is a major Emmy winner so there’s no way Katie is going to get killed off. Not unless B&B were out to pull off a very heavy secret nobody knew about.

dante williams
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dante williams

Even as a dream this shows me that Quinn needs to be locked away. I blame Liam for everything going on right now for not having her put away for kidnapping him. This is all on him, which is why I don’t feel sorry for him if he loses Steffy, again. Eric I hope that idiot gets the full brunt of Quinn’s craziness because he was warned and tried to turn it into his family controlling his love life or thinking he was incapable of making decisions because he was old. He projected that onto them, when they were just… Read more »

Karen
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Karen

I believe it was a fantasy. Quinn has lots of fantasies and this is the same as the others. To quick to jump to the candle stick murder

Patrick
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Patrick

oh my god… what is this.. emmy reel labor I hope she is bludgeoned… seriously Mr. Eric Forrester… your that big; enough Rena Sofer has ignited Quinn Fuller has burgeoned… arrived and let HER act IN not since the heffer that is… Susan Forrester… has John McCook been so “daring” these two : Quinn and John are salacious… inviting and take your time Quinn he’s in LEAVE well enough alone Katie is brought on to what… steamrole… histrionic to no end … come hither with what? what’s it all about fan outcry are sick of the too close for comfort… Read more »

Patrick
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Patrick

can’t you see the … bombard with dullard…. Gh brings on Carly for emotional beat so tired

now… B&B is doing it with Heather Tom’ Katie .

blah, blah, blah, boink… time out

Mark Y
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Mark Y

The violence. The blood. So General Hospital.

Mo
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Mo

It’s got to be fantasy because Quinn and Eric together are too good to put asunder.

Mo
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Mo

I don’t really understand Eric and Katie being BFFs all of a sudden.

sonniorsolita
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sonniorsolita

I found it really distasteful, and a cheat for the audience. Reminded me of when they killed off Nadine Cooper on Guiding Light in a similarly graphic manner. Unfortunately, that death was “real,” not a fantasy.

Iakovos
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Iakovos

Fantasy. I wish, B&B could be more subtle and suspenseful in its storytelling. Yes, Quinn is certifiable. We get it. To lengths that make no sense. But would it not be more fun for us to genuinely think she has proven everyone wrong. And perhaps slowly let us see the demons try to creep back into her mind. Perhaps be surprised someone else was preying on her and making her look bad. To have her in an affair with Eric, marry him, have him fall seriously ill, engage in a power play and then suddenly have a jealous fantasy is… Read more »

Paul
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Paul

Soaps need to stop teasing DREAMS! It’s stupid and turns us off! Hey Bill, jr. develop story instead of retreading it! Or offer your writing skills to GH, they love the same story over and over!

Why not allow Eric and Quinn to move along and a year from now Katie is vying truthfully for Eric. Showing Quinn crazy but her son defending her all the time just ruins two characters st the one price

Betty
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Betty

Quinn will never be rationale

Betty
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Betty

Please let Quinn be gone.

Betty
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Betty

Ok

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