Bold And The Beautiful prediction teases Steffy Forrester's (Jacqueline MacInnes Wood) story may have a surprising twist. Steffy has been through a roller coaster of emotions.
Steffy woke up from a coma to learn she was shot but had no memories of the shooting. Then she believed that Liam Spencer (Scott Clifton) was her sweet husband. That was because Steffy blocked all memories of John "Finn" Finnegan (Tanner Novlan) and their child.
Then Steffy's loved ones gathered at her bedside. They gently told Steffy that Finn, not Liam, was her husband, and they shared a son. Steffy suddenly remembered Finn and Hayes Finnegan (Piper Harriot).
Steffy was devastated to learn that Finn was killed during the shooting. B&B spoilers for the week of April 25 to 29 reveal that Steffy will mourn the death of her husband.
Even so, Steffy does not remember that Sheila Carter (Kimberlin Brown) shot her own son. Finn was pronounced dead at the scene. But is Finn really dead on Bold And The Beautiful?
B&B: Is Finn in Hiding?
The last time we saw Finn, he was being loaded into an ambulance. After that, he was never seen again. Finn's adoptive mother showed up at the hospital to make arrangements. Li Finnegan (Naomi Matsuda) did not behave like a grieving mother.
Instead of being sad, Li was angry. Moreover, Li was adamant that Sheila could not see Finn's body. Li stated that she would take care of Finn like she always has. Did Li mean that literally?
Perhaps Finn did not die in that alley. The EMTs could have detected a pulse in the ambulance. Maybe Li was waiting at the hospital and learned Finn was revived.
If Finn revealed that Sheila shot him, Li would want to keep Finn safe. Li could have arranged for her son to be taken home or to a rehab facility. Li is a noted physician and would have the means to care for her critically injured son on Bold And The Beautiful.
Did Li Have Help on Bold and the Beautiful?
It is also strange that Jack Finnegan (Ted King) has not been seen. Jack has been estranged from Finn and Li since Finn's paternity was revealed. Still, Jack loved his son, so his absence is puzzling.
Conceivably, Jack could be busy helping to care for Finn. It would make perfect sense for Li and Jack to want to keep Finn away from Sheila.
Nevertheless, Finn would not stay away from Steffy. Finn could still be in critical condition or lapsed into a coma, but Li and Jack may be in control. If Finn is alive, he would have to recover before making his way back to Steffy.
Still, Sheila is a wildcard. Ms. Carter is determined to kill Steffy to save her skin. If Finn's alive, his recovery would threaten Sheila's freedom. Is Sheila deranged enough to want to eliminate her son again — for good this time?