New ‘Bold And The Beautiful’ Spoiler Teasers Revealed For September 27, 2018 Episode

New ‘Bold And The Beautiful’ Spoiler Teasers Revealed For September 27, 2018 Episode

Happy Wednesday, “Bold And The Beautiful” fans. Today’s September 26, 2018 episode featured some pretty intense moments as crooked Dollar Bill Spencer made his way over to literally beg and plead Wyatt and Liam to help him keep custody of young Will. Bill pulled everything from his bag of tricks on them.

He told Liam and Wyatt, “I don’t deserve your help, but please help me, please!” Then Bill gave them the routine about not letting Will go through the same torture of not knowing his father that they went through. I mean Bill really let it all hang out today. I’ve never seen somebody beg and gravel more than I saw Bill do today. All I can say is he must really actually care about Will.

Elsewhere, Ridge and Brooke got into it again over the Will custody case. Not surprisingly, Ridge told Brooke, “I’m going to do everything I can to make sure Katie gets custody of Will.” Brooke didn’t like it and blah, blah, blah.


There was an interesting moment where Brooke got that phone call from Justin Barber. He informed her that she’s being subpoenaed by Bill to testify on his behalf, and Brooke told Ridge. Ridge then conveniently used that to imply that Bill is trying to pit Brooke against her sister Katie.

We saw more of Katie and Thorne saying sweet, romantic nothings to each other. They also talked about their upcoming, boring honeymoon plans. Apparently, Thorne has a big surprise mapped out for her. I just pray the producers don’t show their honeymoon, but they probably will. I think it would be a hoot if Bill actually wins custody of Will and spoils Thorne and Katie’s romantic, honeymoon, getaway plans.

Tomorrow’s new Thursday, September 27, 2018 episode sounds like it will feature some very interesting scenes as the Will custody case will finally begin, and Bill’s past misdeeds are brought up. Brooke and Wyatt worry about Katie in court and more.

We’ll go ahead and start off today’s teaser session with the Brooke and Wyatt situation. It turns out that Brooke and Wyatt will definitely be worried about Katie’s reaction to them having to testify on Bill’s behalf due to the subpoena. CBS’ official description tells us, “Brooke and Wyatt worry about Katie’s reaction when they take the stand in Bill’s defense.” An alternate description reads like this, “Wyatt and Brooke fret before testifying in court on Bill’s behalf.”


We think this whole court case situation will provide some very interesting scenes. What we’re really most happy about is that it means we’re closer to this Will custody case storyline coming to a close. After all these weeks of them dragging it out, a conclusion should finally be reached within the next week or two. Hopefully, sooner rather than later. Obviously, we can see why Brooke and Wyatt will be a little nervous in this scene. I think it’ll be semi-interesting to see how it plays out.

The second storyline teaser reveals that Bill will not have a good start to this Will custody court trial as all the recent, wicked crap he’s pulled on people is going to get brought up. CBS’ description tells us, “Bill’s previous misdeeds are brought up and re-lived before being used against him in court.” An alternate description reads like this, “Bill’s past transgressions are used against him in court.”

Well, we can’t say we didn’t see this one coming. Heck, I would be surprised and appalled if Katie’s team didn’t bring up all the crazy crap that Bill has pulled on just about everyone on this freaking show. They just better really go in on Bill with everything they’ve got to ensure they bury him so deep in the judges eyes that it would take magical spell to convince the judge Bill shouldn’t have custody of Will.


Bill is one hell of a talker. This man likes to talk and spin his way out anything. So, Katie’s law team will really need to go at him hardcore. As far as the scene goes, we think this will provide some intriguing moments as well.

We were able to get some extra info for tomorrow’s new September 27, 2018 episode via the preview clip for it. The first preview scene features Carter in courtroom action. Carter is seen saying, “For the better part of the year, Mr. Spencer failed in meeting his joint custody obligations.”

So, the battle will definitely be on to make Bill look as bad as he possibly can in the judge’s eyes. Will it work? Will Ridge’s attempts ask the judge to rule in Katie’s favor have an effect? Those are the big questions for this particular storyline. When I was watching this scene, I was thinking of a whole bunch of other, more serious things Bill should be in court for. He’s lucky it’s just a freaking custody case that he’s in court for right now.

The second preview scene features Justin Barber in action. He’s put on his lawyer threads to defend Bill. Justin is seen saying to the judge, “Does anyone really believe that the solution is to strip the boy’s father from his life?”

That’s a very solid and compelling question to ask the court. Will it work in helping to get Bill the victory? That’s the big question that we’ll eventually see get answered hopefully in the next week or two.


Oh, we’re officially hearing that the actual closing statements for the case will be given in Friday’s September 28, 2018 episode. So, it looks like they’re actually going to wrap this Will custody case up pretty quick which is great. We’ll probably see a decision get made early next week. You guys can view the new preview clip for tomorrow’s September 27, 2018 episode over on Youtube by Clicking Here.

Alright guys. That’s all the storyline scoops we were able to dig up for tomorrow’s September 27, 2018 episode. However, be sure to expect to see a ton of other scenes that were not mentioned in this teaser session.


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