At Katie's house, Wyatt and Katie stood face to face as they kissed and realized that they'd professed love for each other. Wyatt said that he didn't want to hide his feelings for her anymore, and Katie figured it meant that they'd have to tell Bill about them.
Wyatt wondered if he and Katie would have made it to that moment had he not seen her kiss Thorne. Katie felt bad about it, but Wyatt didn't blame her because he was the one who'd shied away from a commitment. She asked if he'd really thought he'd lose her. Wyatt had thought so, but it had been the wakeup call that he'd needed. He said he'd never lose her again.
Katie still couldn't believe Thorne had deleted the text message. Wyatt said it had luckily worked out anyway. He said things were okay -- even better than okay. Katie hoped others felt the same way. Wyatt wasn't worried about people because it was his and Katie's life and relationship; all he and Katie needed to focus on was their happiness and their future. Katie agreed.
Wyatt hopped up to leave. Katie asked where he was going, and he said he had to pick up a small surprise. Katie cooed that she loved surprises. He was sure she'd love the one he had. Katie decided to wait for him upstairs with a surprise of her own. They kissed, and he left.
Later, Katie was in her bedroom. She wore lingerie and lit candles. She flashed back on her romance with Wyatt. She heard a knock at the door, and Wyatt said the plumber was there about a recurring problem. Katie opened the door for Wyatt, who was still in a suit. She said she was expecting the pizza boy. "The kid in the mustache with the pizza box?" Wyatt asked.
Wyatt claimed he'd told that guy to get lost, and Katie said it was too bad because she was hungry. Wyatt stated that he was, too, and they kissed. After a while, he stopped because he had something important to tell her. She asked if it could wait, but he said it couldn't.
Wyatt sat Katie down to say that they'd been unlucky in love, but sometimes, one had to go for it because it felt right. What they had felt right to him. He'd almost lost her once by playing it cool, but he wanted to change all that. She asked how he wanted to change it. Wyatt said he'd had to leave earlier to get something to prove what their future meant to him.
Wyatt figured that it was easier for someone who knew the jewelry business to find that special something, and a while back, he had. He said he'd put it back with the hopes of finding a woman to give it to someday. That woman was Katie.
Opening a box, Wyatt revealed a ring with a dazzling dark gem in a diamond-framed setting. He didn't care how others would react because he loved Katie. Katie said he'd brought much to her life. Wyatt had taught her to love, to be loved, and to take a leap of faith. He made her really happy, and she loved him, too. "So, is that a 'yes?'" he asked.
Katie exclaimed, "Yes, yes! I would love to be your wife!" Wyatt slid the ring on her finger, and the two kissed.
At a gun range, Sally fired rounds as Saul and Shirley watched. Saul said it was "so hot," and Shirley asked what had gotten Sally riled up. Sally seethed about hating Bill, and Saul asked if Bill was still dragging his feet. Sally said Bill was totally reneging on the deal because Liam no longer worked at Spencer. Resuming her shooting stance, Sally repeated that she hated Bill.
Shirley figured that Sally was imagining Bill's face on the human-outline target. Shirley urged Sally to shoot the guy and said she wouldn't miss him. Saul stated that he wouldn't, either; however, they would miss Sally, who'd have to go to jail. Sally claimed that Bill didn't scare her or mess with her and hers. She said someone would put Bill in his place.
After Sally fired more shots, Saul asked who'd taught her to shoot that way. "Who do you think?" Shirley asked. Shirley said she'd been a single woman with two young girls, and she'd had to make sure she could protect herself and her loved ones. Motioning as if she was holding a weapon, Shirley hinted to what would have happened to a robber in her bakery.
"You would have blown them away," Saul concluded. Sally believed that someone needed to do it to Bill. Shirley asked if they hadn't suffered enough from Bill, the blowhard. Sally stated that he'd basically laughed in her face when she'd recounted what he'd done. Saul said Bill would take her seriously if she'd tell him that she was an excellent marksman. Sally stated that Bill would take her seriously, all right. Shirley asked what Sally had in mind.
Sally put her earmuffs back on and resumed a shooting stance. Saul and Shirley also covered their ears. Sally said that Bill had taken their honor and had undermined them. To her, the world and their lives would be much better without Bill Spencer. Sally began firing again.
At Spencer, Justin asked if Bill had really gone back on his promise to Sally. Bill stated that a lot had been going on when he'd said those things to Sally, and she'd been Liam's pet project, not Bill's. Liam didn't work there anymore, which relieved Bill of any burden caused by Liam's charity cases. Justin didn't think Sally could have taken it well. Bill said she'd lost it and gone at him like a raging mad woman.
In a raised voice, Bill declared that he would not resurrect the so-called fashion house -- end of story. Justin decided to switch the topic to Liam and if there had been any improvements. Bill said there hadn't been, and Justin asked if Bill had reached out to Liam. Bill raised his voice again, asking how he was supposed to do it if Liam didn't want to hear from him or talk to him. Bill was frustrated at the prospect of being shut out of his granddaughter's life.
Justin asked Bill to simmer down and said Bill still had Wyatt. Bill agreed, saying that he did have Wyatt, who was loyal to him. In Bill's view, Wyatt had really stepped up in Liam's absence, and Bill trusted him. It had made Wyatt and Bill closer.
Back to the subject of Liam, Bill said he had only himself to blame, but enough time had passed. Liam had to find forgiveness -- if not for Bill, then for Steffy. Justin asked what would happen if Liam couldn't and if Bill had lost Liam. Bill wouldn't like it, but he reasoned that he had other sons to consider. He'd thought he'd pass things to Liam, but it might be meant to be Wyatt.
In Bill's office later, Justin was returning to the room and saw Bill pulling a gold pistol out of a box. Bill said it was a beauty and worth a fortune. Justin asked where Bill had gotten it. Bill said it had been a gift, and at Justin's quizzical expression, Bill said he couldn't help it -- people loved him.
Bill had seen the gun while cleaning the safe and said he'd been meaning to take it home. Justin asked if Bill really wanted a gun lying around the house. Displaying it in his hands, Bill claimed it was more than a gun; it was a work of art.
Just then, Sally entered. Putting the gun on the desk, Bill asked what she was doing there. Sally said she'd decided to give Bill one last chance to follow through on his promise. Bill yelled, asking what part of "it ain't happening" she didn't understand. Sally insisted that they'd had a verbal agreement. He replied that they'd had nothing.
Sally asked if Bill was calling her a liar. Bill said he was calling her what she was -- a grifter who'd roped Liam into championing her cause. Liam didn't work there anymore, so in Bill's view, she needed to find another sucker to con. Bill declared that she'd get nothing from him. He ordered her out. Justin took her arm to escort her out.
Sally broke loose from Justin and warned that Bill couldn't make promises and break them. She warned that he was messing with the wrong woman. Justin offered to call security. Bill said it would be pathetic to do so. He said he had it, and Justin could go.
Justin left, and Sally wondered how a father and son could be so different. In her view, Liam had wanted to help, but Bill couldn't care less. Bill quipped that they agreed on that statement. Sally asserted that she could have lived her dreams and revamped her aunt's business if it hadn't been for Bill. Bill advised her to wake up and said it never would have happened.
Bill yelled that Sally had to have talent to succeed. Framing his face with his fingers, he said, "This is what talent looks like." He told her that she didn't have what it takes. Sally insisted that she did, but Bill had done all he could to stop her. In her view, he'd left her broke and had blown up her building for that "damned" skyscraper.
Bill had had enough. He again told Sally to get out, and he never wanted to see her face again. Sally said he wouldn't get away with it. Bill ordered her to leave, and he turned to the window. Sally grabbed his gun and loaded it with a bullet from the gun box on the desk.
Hearing the gun click, Bill turned around. Sally fired the gun, and Bill moaned.
• Bill says Katie and Wyatt will happen over Bill's dead body.
• Bill threatens to take custody of Will.