The next day
Prologue, Scene 1 – Nick and Bridget’s Living Room
Bridget sits alone, flashing back to when Aggie lost the baby and her following indiscretion with Owen. Nick enters tells her that Jackie and Owen are coming over. Bridget tells him that she does not want to see them. It is too late, however they enter the house and Jackie immediately goes to hug Bridget. Bridget and Owen stare at each other with guilt in their eyes.
Prologue, Scene 2 – The Beach House
Oliver tried to console Aggie, blaming the pills that Bridget forced her to take for making her dizzy. Aggie points out that as it was Bridget’s baby, Bridget is grieving as well. Oliver flashes back to the video of Bridget and Owen having sex, when he surmises that everyone grieves in their own way.
Prologue, Scene 3 – Coffee Shop
Stephanie toasts Steffy on her accomplishment of getting the company back. Steffy tells her that everyone tells her that she reminds them of Stephanie. This makes them both smile. Steffy also feels that this is the time to clean the slate at Forrester Creations. Getting rid of one Logan was easy enough, so vanquishing the rest will be a cinch.
Act I, Scene A – Coffee Shop
Stephanie tells Steffy that now is not the time to go after Brooke, as she is married to Ridge and just lost her grandchild. Steffy is shocked to learn that Bridget lost the baby. She feels terrible for Aggie.
Act I, Scene B – Nick and Bridget’s Living Room
Jackie consoles Bridget, offering her support. Brooke enters the house, and Bridget begins to cry. Brooke figures out that the baby has been lost, and hugs Bridget, offering condolences.
Act II, Scene A – Coffee Shop
Stephanie feels bad for both Bridget and Aggie. As for getting rid of the Logan, she feels that nothing needs to be done, as Ridge and Brooke always ruin their own relationship. Stephanie tells Steffy that while Ridge will not play favorites amongst his children, Brooke will.
Act II, Scene B – Nick and Bridget’s Living Room
Brooke tried to comfort Bridget. Nick reiterates that they must focus on the future. Bridget declares that she needs to be alone, leaving the room.
Act II, Scene C – The Beach House
Aggie wants to go to Bridget for consolation. Owen tells her that that would be a very bad idea. Aggie is sad because everything with her Jackie M family has fallen apart.
Act II, Scene D – Nick and Bridget’s Living Room
Bridget comes back downstairs. While the others have adjourned to the kitchen for tea, Owen stays behind to speak with Bridget. Bridget tells him that she did not confess to Nick because he wants to put the past behind them. Owen agrees with the idea, urging her never to reveal that they slept together.
Act III, Scene A – The Beach House
Aggie is upset that everyone at Jackie M now thinks that she is a villain. Owen asks how well she knows Bridget. Aggie realizes she does not know Bridget as well as she thought she did. Owen reassures her that his will always be there.
Act III, Scene B – Nick and Bridget’s Living Room
Owen apologizes for their indiscretion. Bridget reminds him that it takes two to tango. She feels guilty for lying to Nick. Owen tells her that if she comes clean, it will tear their lives apart. The others enter the room. Nick asks Jackie and Owen to leave so Bridget can have some alone time with Brooke.
Act III, Scene C – Coffee Shop
Stephanie has left and Steffy is settling up the check when she notices Oliver, who is watching his video of Bridget and Owen. Steffy asks him what he is watching.
Act IV, Scene A – Coffee Shop
Steffy teases him about his relationship with Hope. She then offers her condolences for Aggie’s loss. He asks Steffy if the Bridget and company would really totally abandon Aggie. Steffy replies that though that does not sound like something Bridget would do, one never knows given her history. Steffy then leaves.
Act IV, Scene B – Nick and Bridget’s Living Room
Nick and Brooke continue to console Bridget over coffee. Nick apologizes for suggesting that they are not meant to have a child, as it was insensitive. He reiterates that they need to totally let go of the past. He asks if she can, and she flashes back to her moment with Owen. She agrees to forget about the past.
Act IV, Scene C – Coffee Shop
As Owen watches the video again, Steffy walks up behind him, allowing her to see the footage as well. She is shocked to learn that Bridget and Owen slept together.