Bold and the Beautiful spoilers from this week's soap magazines reveal that Sheila Carter (Kimberlin Brown) isn't done with her LA plans quite yet. Last week, when Quinn Fuller (Rena Sofer) and Eric Forrester (John McCook) tricked Sheila into bringing over her portrait, it was a huge moment. Sheila basked in a moment of glory before Eric and Quinn yanked the rug out from under her. But was it smart to antagonize a woman like Sheila with a history of obsession and violence? No. Quinn and Eric will regret punking Sheila very soon.
Sheila's not leaving town
After the big B&B showdown last week, many fans took to social media to speculate that Sheila would leave LA and head to Genoa City. But the most recent issues of CBS Soaps in Depth and Soap Opera Digest offer Bold and the Beautiful spoilers that state Kimberlin Brown isn't going anywhere just yet. There's payback to be had, and Sheila's already making plans to get back at Quinn and Eric. Remember, Quinn has only heard scant tales of what Sheila's capable of, but soon, she'll see what Sheila can do.
If you glance at Bold history, you'll know that Sheila is a terror, and Eric would do well to remember that. You should also take a look at The Young and the Restless' history to get a full picture of Sheila's ability to wreak havoc. Sheila routinely drugs people, blackmails them, causes dangerous accidents, and lies. Those are all things she does without laying a finger on them. But Sheila's also willing to get her hands as dirty as she must. In the past, slapping and brawling were the least of her crimes.
Sheila is a danger to Quinn
The good news for Eric is that Sheila is obsessively in love with him, so he'll likely survive. But Quinn needs a bodyguard ASAP. In the past, Sheila sicced a mad dog on someone and tried to drown, strangle, stab, bomb, poison, and shoot people to death. And yes, she has killed before. Sheila took out an irritating neighbor with a swarm of bees. Sheila is even so foul that she used a baby as a human shield back in 2003. With that history of violence, Sheila is capable of anything.
Bold and the Beautiful spoilers from Soap Central, gleaned from the soap magazines, reveal that a devastated Sheila runs out and abandons her portrait and Eric and Quinn discuss what to do with the monstrosity. They enjoy a moment of peace, but hell hath no fury like a Sheila scorned, and she'll lick her wounds and make plans to ruin their marriage. SheKnows Soaps spoilers for B&B predict that Sheila will not concede defeat, will not skip town, and will kick off a revenge scheme.
Will the Forresters experience deja vu?
Longtime Bold watchers might remember those gripping 1995 episodes where Sheila gathered all her enemies at the Forrester mansion at gunpoint and threatened to kill them all. Sheila even lured Lauren Baldwin (Tracey E. Bregman) from Genoa City as part of her plot. Sheila put on a fancy party dress and grabbed her gun. Sheila held Stephanie, Eric, Ridge, James, and Brooke hostage at the Forrester home for what she called her goodbye party.
Instead of shooting them, Sheila swallowed a vial of poison and wound up in a psychiatric hospital. Bold and the Beautiful spoilers tease that Sheila might stage a similar event but plans to say farewell to Quinn instead of herself. Sheila won't let go of her goal to be Mrs. Eric Forrester once again. She sees Quinn as her only obstacle. Quinn should be careful lest a wild dog, swarm of killer bees, or faulty brakes on her car put her life on the line. And Mateo might be dead meat, too.Sheila Carter is far from done, according to the latest B&B spoilers. Kimberlin Brown signed a one-year contract, and her first appearance was in June of 2017. That means there are seven more months of psycho Sheila to come, so brace yourselves. Will Quinn survive Sheila's awful revenge plan? Catch up on Bill putting Liam in danger when he blows up Spectra, the lies Bill told his sons, and Brooke's hot new romance with Thorne recast Ingo Rademacher. Check back often for all the latest Bold and the Beautiful spoilers and news.
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