The Bold and the Beautiful spoilers for Wednesday, June 26, tease that it will be a day of sad reflection for the Forrester, Logan, and Spencer families. As B&B viewers know, Emma Barber (Nia Sioux) was tragically killed after her car ran off the road on Mulholland Drive. She was frantically on her way to tell Hope Logan (Annika Noelle) that her daughter Beth Spencer is alive, but she never arrived at her destination.
On Wednesday’s episode, members from the various B&B families will gather to mourn and pay their respects to Emma. Emma was the niece of Justin Barber (Aaron D. Spears), who is an integral part of Spencer Publications and Bill Spencer’s (Don Diamont) right-hand man. Plus, Justin was involved with Donna Logan (Jennifer Gareis), so all of the families knew not only Emma, but her uncle as well.
It will be a sad time, and B&B spoilers say that Quinn Forrester (Rena Sofer), Eric Forrester (John McCook), Steffy Forrester (Jacqueline MacInnes Wood), and Hope will comfort each other and share their memories of Emma during her time at Forrester Creations. Emma was a great intern and employee of Forrester, and she contributed greatly to the Hope For The Future (HFTF) line.
B&B viewers will remember that Emma orchestrated a dance show during one of the HFTF fashion shows. It was a huge success, and Emma’s spirit really came through during the performance. Her uncle Justin was so proud of her during the performance and cheered her on with gusto. Justin and others will surely reminisce about Emma’s stellar performance as they mourn her loss.
Look for Emma’s best friend Tiffany (Maile Brady) to make an appearance on Wednesday’s episode as well. Emma and Tiffany were confidantes and so Tiffany will reel from the news about Emma’s death. It looks like she’ll get support from the Forresters and everyone else, as she attends the gathering to remember Emma. It will be a huge loss for her.
Meanwhile, on the new episode of B&B on Wednesday, June 26, suspicions will continue to swirl in Brooke Forrester’s (Katherine Kelly Lang) head. She’s just learned from Pam Douglas (Alley Mills) that Emma’s final minutes at Forrester Creations were spent in a tense exchange with Thomas Forrester (Matthew Atkinson). Yet Thomas didn’t disclose this to Hope when he saw her shortly thereafter.
Brooke doesn’t trust Thomas anyway, and these new details will make her wonder about exactly what Thomas and Emma were discussing. Pam also disclosed that Emma took off out of Forrester in a hurry, and that Thomas didn’t want her to leave. Brooke will likely continue to remain suspicious of Thomas, and she’ll probably want to get to the bottom of the issue.
But of course a family gathering to mourn Emma may not be the right place for Brooke to go around voicing her suspicions, so she may hold off on confronting Thomas about what he and Emma were discussing and why he didn’t want her to leave when she did.
It will be interesting to see whether Zoe Buckingham (Kiara Barnes), Florence “Flo” Fulton (Katrina Bowden), and Xander make a presence at the gathering for Emma. Given Zoe and Xander’s closeness to Emma, it seems that they’d attend, and if they do, they’ll surely be feeling tense about the whole situation.
They’ll no doubt be feeling terribly guilty as everyone around them struggles to understand why Emma was speeding on Mulholland. Zoe, Xander, and Flo will not only have the Beth secret to keep to themselves, but now they’ll have to conceal critical details about what contributed to Emma’s tragic death. It should definitely make them squirm.
It will also be interesting to see whether Brooke picks up on any tension between Zoe, Xander, and Flo, if they attend the gathering. Brooke may quiz them about Emma’s state of mind and her relationship with Thomas, which would put them in a very awkward position.
It sounds like a lot of B&B drama is heating up for Wednesday’s episode, so stay tuned! We’ll give you updates as B&B news comes in. Stick with the CBS soap and don’t forget to check CDL often for the latest Bold and the Beautiful spoilers, updates, and news.