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Stephanie pressures Rick into revealing his secret regarding the podcast. Katie is worried to learn Ridge walked out on Brooke. By chance, Ridge and Brooke see each other on the beach.

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Stephanie Forrester
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Katie Logan
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Dominick Marone
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Stephanie confronts Rick over the sudden trouble between Ridge and Brooke. She suspects immediately that he's responsible, and she pressures him until he reveals the truth: he edited the podcast of his mother's speech to make it look as if she made no mention of Ridge. Stephanie is outraged, but Rick tells her she should be happy. He has finally managed to do what Stephanie has been trying to do for decades: put a wedge between Ridge and Brooke. Meanwhile, Katie learns that Ridge has walked out on Brooke. Katie is very worried and not just for Brooke's sake. The possibility is ever-present that if Brooke is not with Ridge, Brooke and Nick will get back together. Later, Ridge and Brooke both happen to return to the beach where they once got married. Ridge, on a mountaintop, sees Brooke riding by on horseback. He calls out her name. Written by J. Spurlin

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14 November 2008 (USA)  »

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[first lines]
Rick Forrester: Hey, I have an idea. Why don't you and I go out and get some comfort food or something?
Brooke Logan: Oh, God, no. I'm definitely not hungry.
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