At Brooke's house, Brooke swore that she could explain, but Donna questioned whether her sister really could. Brooke made it clear that it had happened the night before the wedding when she'd been exasperated with Ridge and their fights. Bill had been there for her. He'd been supportive, and he'd listened. "It just happened," Brooke concluded.
Donna reacted in shock. Brooke said she knew it had been a mistake, and she and Bill had vowed not to do it again. Brooke swore that he was committed to Katie, and she was committed to Ridge. Brooke said that Donna had to believe her.
Donna quietly replied that she did, but she was still stunned by it. Brooke asked how Donna knew. Brooke assumed that Donna had seen Brooke and Bill in the cabin. Donna replied that she hadn't, but someone had.
The video popped up on the frame again. "There! That's how I saw it!" Donna said, pointing at the frame. Brooke gasped in despair as she stared at the video of herself in Bill's arms. Brooke grabbed the frame, fretting about where the video had come from. She was willing to break the "damn thing" if she had to in order to get rid of the footage.
Donna searched the Internet on her phone for instructions for the frame. Upon finding some, she said Brooke could reset the frame, but she'd lose everything, not just the video. Brooke didn't care and ordered Donna to do it. Donna pressed a button and reset the entire frame, erasing everything that had been uploaded to it.
Brooke thanked Donna for her help and for believing her. Donna reasoned that Brooke had gotten caught up in a moment with a man she'd once loved, and it didn't have to mean anything. Brooke insisted that it hadn't. She swore she was committed to Ridge, and Bill was committed to Katie. Donna said she knew, and she hugged Brooke.
Wondering who'd uploaded the video, Brooke figured it had to be someone who hated her or Bill. Donna reasoned that the person might hate Ridge or Katie, but Brooke insisted that no one hated Katie. Brooke recalled that Ridge had permitted Eric to upload to the frame.
Donna doubted that it had been Eric. Brooke decided that it had been Quinn. Brooke shoved the frame into a drawer, swore Donna to silence, and left the house.
At Eric's house, Quinn recalled the way she'd acquired the footage of Bill and Brooke kissing. Shauna arrived, looking upset. She couldn't get the footage out of her mind. Quinn wasn't happy that Shauna had deleted the video off her phone but confidently said Ridge could still learn the truth. Shauna said she'd made a decision.
Quinn proclaimed that Shauna would always be her best friend because Shauna always had attacks of conscience before going on to do the right thing in the end. Quinn asked when Shauna would tell Ridge. Shauna replied that she wouldn't say anything to Ridge about that video. In fact, Shauna didn't even think she'd see Ridge again.
Quinn asked what Shauna was talking about. Shauna revealed that she was going back to Las Vegas. Shauna claimed that staying there permanently had never been part of the plan. Quinn exclaimed that Shauna couldn't leave her; it was out of the question. Quinn insisted that it was the wrong time because once Ridge found out about Brooke, it would clear the way for Shauna.
Quinn concluded that it would be foolish of Shauna to return to struggling in Vegas. Instead, Shauna would stay put and watch Brooke get blown out of the water. "And then you are going to be with the man of your dreams!" Quinn asserted.
Quinn asked if Shauna was afraid of her dreams coming true. Quinn said Ridge's head would explode when he learned that Brooke had been kissing his mortal enemy. Shauna would be there to pick up the pieces, and her whole life would change. All of their lives would change when they finally rid "Forrester world" of Brooke Logan; therefore, Shauna couldn't leave.
Later, Quinn was alone when Brooke walked into the house. Quinn figured that Brooke was there to talk about the celebration of love and devotion she was planning. "Eric's not here, and I'm not buying it -- so you can go," Quinn quipped.
Brooke thought that Quinn would be more sympathetic because she and Eric had had to overcome obstacles just like Brooke and Ridge. Quinn claimed to be thrilled for the couple. Brooke asserted that she and Ridge were back together, and nothing would break them apart. Quinn said it was a lofty goal and asked if it was realistic due to Brooke's history.
Brooke asked what that was supposed to mean. Quinn stated that it galled Brooke that Quinn's portrait was where Stephanie's should be, and Brooke saw herself as the Forrester matriarch. Quinn asked if it was because Brooke had slept with every man in the family. Brooke scoffed as Quinn added Deacon and Bill to the list.
Quinn was amazed that Brooke had harnessed her libido enough to stay faithful to Ridge and asked how long it would be before Brooke was looking for another strong man to lean on -- someone who was unavailable and who she was dying to kiss.
"It was you, wasn't it?" Brooke asked. She asked who else would be that sick and twisted. She asked who else wanted her best friend to swoop in and steal Ridge away. Brooke put Quinn on notice that no one -- not Quinn, Shauna, or anyone -- could get between Brooke and Ridge ever again.
At Spencer, Bill and Katie were still together, discussing the way Wyatt and Flo were handling Sally's illness. Katie said it was one thing for Wyatt to be around Sally, but Katie doubted that Sally would want any pity from Flo.
Wyatt arrived, and Katie asked if there had been any word about Flo and Sally. Wyatt said it was too early for an update. Bill warned that things might not go well between the rivals. Wyatt claimed that he was behind the women, and Flo just wanted Sally to live her best life for however long she had left.
Bill said that not all women would be as generous as Flo. Wyatt hoped that Sally would see that and hoped Flo and Sally could forge a new understanding for the brief time that remained. Katie remarked that Wyatt was living with Sally, who had limited time, but he'd just reunited with Flo. Wyatt said he and Flo had what Sally didn't: time.
Bill and Katie were sorry. Wyatt wished it hadn't happened to Sally and that he and Flo were finally starting their future together. He wanted to make it clear that being there for Sally wasn't a chore for him. He wanted to be there for her.
Later, Wyatt had gone, and Bill tried to get out of going to Brooke and Ridge's dinner party. Katie said it would be rude, and she thought it meant something that the couple had invited him. Bill had a feeling that Ridge hadn't been a part of the decision. Katie said it was important to Brooke, and that made it important to Katie. Katie said they should be there because Brooke supported their relationship. In return, they should support Brooke's.
At the beach house, Sally was surprised that Flo had arrived without calling. Flo said she'd been anxious to see Sally, and to her, Sally looked well. Sally replied that she had good days and bad days. Sally suspected that Flo knew what Sally meant by that and had known for some time.
Sally assumed that Flo knew Sally was dying. Acknowledging it, Flo hoped Sally wouldn't be upset with Wyatt for revealing it. Sally quipped that she'd thought she'd had a big secret, but as it had turned out, everyone had known. Flo understood Sally's reason for the secret but was glad that it was out so that the people who cared about Sally could support her. "And for the record, that includes me," Flo stated.
Flo was sorry about the diagnosis. Sally quipped that nothing was promised. Flo couldn't imagine how shocking hearing it had been. Sally said she hadn't wanted anyone to know, especially Wyatt. She hadn't wanted him to feel sorry for her or responsible for her.
Flo tried to assure Sally that it wasn't the case, but interrupting Flo, Sally said she and Wyatt had been very open with each other. Wyatt had assured Sally that he didn't pity her. He'd said he'd wanted to be at "home" with her until the end. That was the only thing that was getting Sally through. It was the only thing she was holding onto.
Sally congratulated Flo on getting back together with Wyatt but then remembered that the two had really never been apart. Flo said she wanted to talk woman to woman and leave all that other stuff behind. Flo approved of Wyatt being there and spending the time with Sally. Becoming emotional, Sally said that Flo was remarkable. Sally had never met a woman like Flo, who was so caring and selfless.
Sally pretended to get dizzy, and she sat down. Flo rushed to her side. Sally said she was okay and just needed a second. Flo offered to get Sally anything she needed. Sally claimed to see why Wyatt cared about Flo, who was "so amazing." Sally uttered that the time with him meant more than Flo could know. Flo replied that she knew what the time meant to Sally, and Flo and Wyatt didn't want Sally to be alone.
Wyatt arrived and greeted the somber Flo and Sally. He assumed it was safe to say that everyone knew the truth. Wyatt wanted Sally to know he and Flo had just been thinking about Sally's best interests. Sally understood and was glad that things were out in the open. Sally had just been telling Flo how grateful Sally was that Flo was making a sacrifice so that Sally and Wyatt could spend time together.
Sally didn't know how much time she had left, but she wanted to spend as much of it as she could with Wyatt. She knew that he'd said he'd wanted the same thing. Wyatt replied that he did. His phone rang, and he stepped outside to take a call.
Alone with Flo, Sally stated her awareness that Flo could have chosen to have a real problem with the situation. Instead, Flo had been sweet to step aside and let Sally have the precious time with Wyatt. Sally would never be able to thank Flo enough.
Flo said she'd been thinking about Sally and her situation a lot. In Flo's view, Sally had had a hard time in her life and career, and finding out that Flo and Wyatt were back together had to have been a lot for Sally. "I just want you to know that we will be here for you as your friends and a support system for you for whatever time you have left," Flo said.
Hugging Flo, Sally thanked her for the time. In Sally's mind, she said it would be just enough time to make Wyatt hers again.