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THE BOLD & THE BEAUTIFUL Spoilers: What Really Happened to Sheila?

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The shocks just keep coming this week on THE BOLD & THE BEAUTIFUL! Deacon is sure Sheila is still alive, but can he convince anyone else to believe him? And when Luna is forced to work with Zende, the truth could finally come out! This could get ugly!

Watching Sheila’s body go into the oven at the crematorium, Deacon was stunned when the sheet moved and revealed that the corpse in question had ten perfectly normal toes! Unfortunately, he was unable to stop the cremation to recover the body so he has no proof of his wild theory. “Finn, they had ten toes!” Deacon insists to Sheila’s son. “What if she’s alive?” Finn, who isn’t fully aware of his mother’s history and her previous returns from the dead, looks skeptical. If Sheila really is alive out there, where could she be? And if that’s the case, then who did Steffy actually murder in her kitchen that dark and stormy night?

B&B RJ Luna
How much longer can Luna keep the truth inside?CBS

With Thomas gone, Hope does some restructuring for her Hope for the Future line at Forrester. “Luna, I would really love it if you could work closely with Zende,” she announces during a meeting. “I’m sure he has plenty of secrets to share.” Of course, while Hope simply wants the intern to learn more about the fashion business from an established designer like Zende, she has no idea that the pair have slept together! So later, when Luna is overcome with emotion, RJ is desperate to know what’s wrong. “Luna, did something happen after the party?” he asks, concerned. Will Luna finally confess the truth?

Check out this tease for the dramatic week of B&B coming up!

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