The Bold & the -- FORGET IT, THERE ARE NO DESCRIPTORS
I'm seriously speechless about this, y'all. I mean I sat down to watch today's The Bold & the Beautiful and assumed I'd write up some rant about how annoyingly disloyal a mother they've made Brooke to Hope in this whole situation or how awful that scene was between Hope and Steffy in which Hope just literally spelled out her character arc and all the ways she's changed (you know, instead of B&B doing something crazy like demonstrating this character growth), but then the ending happened. And rendered all of that irrelevant.
If this shit does not end up on The Soup, then they've really been sleeping on the job.
I'm just going to walk y'all through in case you missed it, want to re-live it, or in case you simply won't believe me if I tell you it happened. Because really, you wouldn't. No sane person would.
Right, so Liam went to yell at his daddy because even though Liam is a spineless waffling douchenozzle, his father is basically a million times worse and Liam found out all about Bill's evil machinations. Liam had a sad.
And so you know those stupid little tiny swords that both Bill and Liam wear around their necks to be all bonded as Spencer men? (They really should each wear half of the same one where the two halves fit together, that'd be adorable.) Well, Bill begged Liam not to remove his, but Liam wanted no part of it anymore since Bill is a grade-A jackass of the highest order.
Enough of that! And off he went. But Bill wasn't done with him, and Bill especially wasn't done with the tiny little Spencer sword. No sir, he wasn't.
He picked that tiny little sword up and called for Liam's attention.
AND THEN STABBED HIMSELF IN THE CHEST WITH THE TINY LITTLE SWORD.
No, seriously. This really happened.
There's the tiny little Spencer sword sticking out of his chest! THERE IT IS. HE STABBED HIMSELF WITH IT.
Apparently it hurt.
Liam... was a little unnerved. You know, as one would be when one's father stabs himself in the chest with a tiny little Spencer sword.
I am dying here. Dying. This was some of the most hilarious shit I have ever seen. I don't even... I mean... what next? What was that? I just -- I don't know what to say, y'all. But this really happened. On the television. They wrote it, performed it, shot it, edited it, broadcast it. All of it.