The Bold and the Beautiful Spoilers: Deacon Sharpe Returns – Hope’s Father Played by Sean Kanan Returns Joins With Quinn

The Bold and the Beautiful Spoilers: Deacon Sharpe Returns - Hope's Father Played by Sean Kanan Returns Joins With Quinn

The Bold and the Beautiful fans have been impatiently awaiting Sean Kanan’s return to the CBS daytime drama as Deacon Sharpe, Brooke Logan’s old flame and the father of her daughter Hope. According to Bold and the Beautiful spoilers Kanan will return on Friday June 13th, and his first scenes will be with none other Quinn Fuller.

Wyatt’s Mom Quinn Fuller is currently on the outs with basically everyone on Bold and the Beautiful, since she sent Ridge Forrester a photo of her and Bill in bed. Ridge jetted off to Abu Dhabi to show the picture to Brooke and stop her from marrying Bill, however was the victim of a plan orchestrated by Bill and fell from a helicopter in to the Persian Gulf, and still hasn’t been recovered. Everyone blames Quinn for Ridge’s disappearance, because if she hadn’t been meddling and sent him the picture he never would have been in Abu Dhabi.

According to Bold and the Beautiful spoilers after Quinn is disowned by her son Wyatt and ousted from Forrester Creations by Rick, she heads to a bar to drown her sorrows. While drinking her blues away Quinn meets Deacon Sharpe. Ironically, Deacon is just as meddlesome as Quinn and just as much of an outsider as she is. They also have one major thing in common, the last time Deacon was in town he was trying to stop Hope and Liam from getting married, which seems to be Quinn’s goal as well. Perhaps the troubled duo will team up together?

So Bold and the Beautiful fans, what do you think of Deacon and Quinn spending time together? Do you think there is a chance they will hook up? Or, do you think that they will begin scheming against the Forresters and the Spencer Family? Share your thoughts and theories in the comments section below, and don’t forget to check CDL tomorrow for more Bold and the Beautiful spoilers.

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