At Brooke's house, Ridge and Brooke were in the bedroom, looking at pictures of Kelly. It felt good to Brooke to be a grandmother again, and she wondered what Steffy would want Kelly to call Brooke. Ridge hoped Brooke's visit to the cliff house meant Brooke would support the family. Brooke wasn't thrilled about things, but she said she would. Brooke and Ridge hugged.
As Brooke removed her jewelry, she and Ridge talked about a message he'd gotten from Thomas that said Caroline and Thomas had reunited. Ridge said Steffy wasn't the only child of his who was putting her family back together, and both of his grandchildren had their families. Brooke was confused because Thomas had taken Sally to New York. Brooke figured that Sally had to be furious and not taking it well.
Later, Brooke emerged from the bathroom in a short robe and asked what she had to do to get Ridge off that phone of his. Ridge tossed the phone away and gave her his full attention. Brooke said he'd been in mid-text. Ridge replied that it had just been about his son's future, but in front of Ridge was his own future. He began kissing Brooke.
Brooke stopped Ridge and asked what Thomas had said about Sally. Ridge said Sally had been ranting and raving. Ridge was just glad Thomas had the crazy redhead out of his life. "Hi," Ridge said and kissed Brooke.
At the cliff house, Steffy noticed that Hope had gone and said it had to be hard for Hope. Liam replied that Hope understood, and Hope was right. He asked where else he'd be but with his girls. Steffy kissed him. As Liam rubbed her feet, she read her messages and asked if he'd talked to his cousin. She announced that Thomas and Caroline were reunited.
Liam exclaimed that Thomas had been very angry. "When a couple's meant to be..." Steffy stated. Liam asked what that meant for Sally. Steffy asked if Liam had really thought Thomas and Sally had been a good match. Liam was happy Caroline had her family back together, but he had thought Thomas had never wanted to have anything to do with Caroline again.
Steffy assumed that Thomas had had a knee-jerk reaction to Caroline's lie, but he'd softened once his anger had faded. Steffy didn't think living with Sally was easy, and Steffy was surprised it had taken as long as it had for Thomas to leave. Liam knew Steffy didn't like Sally, but he didn't think Steffy really thought Sally deserved everything Bill had done to her. Liam had finally thought things were going Sally's way. Steffy said that nothing ever kept Sally down for long.
Later, Liam put a blanket on Steffy, but she popped up, asking if Kelly needed to be fed. Sitting beside her on the sofa, Liam said the baby was asleep. Steffy crawled in his arms, and he asked if she'd thought "this" was what parenting would be like. Steffy hadn't known what to think, but she was glad she wasn't doing it alone.
Liam said it hadn't been just for Kelly, and he hoped Steffy knew how much he loved her, too. He smiled when he saw that Steffy was still wearing her wedding ring and said she'd never given up. Liam started to remove the ring. Steffy began complaining, but he asked her to trust him. Reluctantly, she let him take it.
Liam stated that Steffy had had faith in them when he hadn't, even after the annulment papers had been signed. He was grateful that his daughter was half of Steffy, who was the example Kelly needed. He believed that together, he and Steffy could be an example of how to love. Liam asked if Steffy would do him the honor of wearing the ring again and being his wife. Steffy readily agreed, and they kissed. Steffy said she'd never take the ring off again.
Kelly began to cry, and Steffy offered to play rock, paper, scissors. Liam said they'd go together. They'd do it together, and it was going to be Liam, Steffy, and Kelly.
At a bar in the evening, Wyatt ordered a drink and was surprised to see Sally there. He asked why she wasn't in New York. Sally told him not to act as if he didn't know. In Wyatt's silence, she stated that they were back together. Wyatt asked who, and Sally said it was Thomas and Wyatt's definitely-not-dying cousin.
Sally recalled that Grams had said Sally was just Thomas' flavor of the month. Sally believed that Grams had been right. Wyatt stated that Thomas had moved Sally all the way to New York "just to..." Completing the sentence, Sally said it was to realize that Thomas couldn't live without his socialite, or son, or both. Sally had stopped listening halfway through Thomas' over-the-top breakup speech, and she'd promptly hopped a plane to return home.
Wyatt didn't know what to say. Sally said it had been a lesson learned; liars always won in the end. The bartender set down more drinks and offered to call them rides home. Wyatt said he lived within walking distance and would make sure Sally got home. Sally didn't know where that would be. She'd given up her apartment when "Mr. Tall, Dark, and Flaky" had asked her to move to New York, and she couldn't sleep on the pile of rubble that had once been Spectra.
Wyatt told Sally that he'd had nothing to do with Spectra. Sally deemed Wyatt guilty by association. She complained that she was dumped and penniless, and it was all because of Wyatt's father. Sally asserted that every last Spencer made her sick. Wyatt pointed out that only two Spencers had wronged Sally, and he noted that Caroline was likeable -- eventually.
Sally cut Wyatt off and asked the bartender to close her tab. Wyatt wondered what he'd said. Sally had figured he didn't want to hear what she had to say, and she mocked him, saying, "Caroline's very likeable." She warned him not to defend his father.
The bartender returned with Sally's declined credit card. Sally scrambled through her purse to find something else to use. Wyatt offered to pay, but she refused to be a charity case. Finding nothing else in her purse, she offered to wash the dishes, but Wyatt took over her bill, saying it was the least he could do in light of what Sally had gone through with Bill and Caroline.
Sally started to leave, and Wyatt asked where she was going. She intended to sleep on the beach, but Wyatt wouldn't let that happened. Instead, she'd sleep on his couch. She refused, but he replied that he wasn't asking. "Let's go," Wyatt said.
At the beach house, Sally stared at Wyatt's couch and decided it was a bad idea and that Wyatt should stay away from her. Wyatt doubted she'd destroy his life in one night. Sally wanted to go. Wyatt said that she was stubborn and prideful, but with no money, she had to be realistic. He asked where she'd go and warned her that he'd flip out if she said to the beach.
Steffy yelled that she didn't know. She revealed that Grams, Coco, Darlita, and Saul were gone. Wyatt asked why Sally had even returned to Los Angeles. Sally blamed it on her instinct. She'd always believed she'd make something of herself, but it was a really stupid idea because all that people like her did was fail. Wyatt said she hadn't failed.
Sally ranted about failing at relationships and failing at business. She said it had been failure after failure. Assuming it was the alcohol talking, Wyatt advised her to sleep it off, but Sally refused to sleep on a Spencer couch. Wyatt told her that his name wasn't relevant. He said she could sleep it off and apologize to him in the morning.
"Apologize?" Sally indignantly asked. Sally asked if she was supposed to apologize for what Bill had done to her. She asked how Wyatt would feel if a powerful man was out to destroy him. Wyatt said he'd feel horrible. He understood why she was upset, but sleep would help. He grabbed her to lead her to the sofa, but she pulled back. In the tussle, her purse fell, and items spilled across the floor. As she picked up the items, the camera focused on a black gun.
Sally picked up the gun. She said her money and dignity were gone. She was dumped and alone. Wyatt told her that she wasn't alone. Sally stood and turned to Wyatt. Raising the gun, she said she was alone, and it was because of his father. Wyatt backed up and asked her to put the gun down. "Your damn father. Your whole damn family," Sally said.
Wyatt told Sally that he was trying to say he wasn't those people and hadn't done those things to her. Wyatt pleaded with her. The screen went black. A gunshot rang out.
• Bill has no intention of letting Steffy remarry Liam.
• Maya catches Emma in the act.
• Wyatt rips off Sally's clothes.