At the mansion, Zende, Eric, and Nicole greeted Rick and Maya, who'd returned from their honeymoon. Rick and Maya shared pictures of their Copenhagen honeymoon.
As Eric talked to the newlyweds more about the trip, Zende asked Nicole if it was good to have her sister home. Nicole had missed Maya. Though they'd only just found each other again, something was missing for Nicole with Maya wasn't around.
The men went to get drinks, and Maya teased Nicole about Zende not taking his eyes off Nicole. The men returned, and Rick asked if Maya had let Vivienne know they were back. Maya had messaged her mother. Maya asked if Nicole had heard from Julius. Nicole hadn't.
Maya hadn't, either, and Nicole wondered if he'd ever be in their lives again. Maya said that being close to Vivienne was more than she could have asked for. Eric was glad to have been there to see the mother and daughter get close, and he said that the Forresters would be there if Vivienne needed them. Raising his glass to toast, Eric said he was thrilled to have another daughter.
Eric, Zende, and Nicole reviewed more pictures, and with a kiss, Maya thanked Rick for their honeymoon. A song and montage played. In the montage, Rick and Maya picnicked in Copenhagen.
In Rick's old office, Thomas was entranced when Caroline guided his hand across the sketchpad. She asked if he saw was she was talking about, and he replied that he understood how it could have only taken one touch between her and his father. Retracting her hand, Caroline asked what he was saying.
Thomas didn't want to make Caroline uncomfortable. She claimed that he wasn't, but when he tried to grasp her hands, she pulled back. He explained that he'd poked fun at Ridge and Caroline's connection, but Thomas got how working closely together could create something more. He hoped that his father made her happy. All he wanted was for her to be happy and fulfilled.
In the CEO's office, Brooke advised Ridge not to be rash. Ridge said he had to put Caroline first, just as Brooke had told him to do. Brooke asked if that meant he'd start a family when he didn't want to.
Ridge packed up to go home, but Brooke asked if he was really going to go through diaper changes and midnight feedings. He said it was all part of the joy. Brooke stated that Ridge had already been through it. Ridge replied that Caroline hadn't, and he wouldn't stand in her way.
Later, Brooke was alone when Thomas entered. Brooke let him know that Ridge had gone home to be with Caroline, and she had the feeling that he was about to make Caroline very happy. Brooke was coy, saying it might not be her place to say, but Thomas kept asking what was going on.
Brooke remarked that Caroline wanted to have a family. Thomas replied that he knew because Caroline had opened up to him. Brooke was surprised that the two had talked about having kids. Thomas said it had been talk while working. Brooke informed him that she was concerned that Ridge had changed his mind about having children and was probably telling Caroline so at that very moment.
Thomas couldn't believe it. Brooke said she wasn't sure, but Ridge had hinted at it. Thomas guessed he'd been wrong about Ridge hurting Caroline. He said Caroline had been dying to hear that Ridge wanted to have children. Thomas was sure she was thrilled.
At the loft, Ridge was alone. He retrieved a journal from his desk and looked at an envelope. When Caroline entered, he put the book on the desk. Caroline informed Ridge that Thomas was improving and learning their needs for the line. Ridge wanted Thomas to succeed, and he also wanted the best with Caroline. With a kiss, she said Ridge was the best for her.
Ridge asked what was in the bag Caroline had carried in. Caroline had gotten something for her friend's baby. She pulled out the dresses for Mariah's baby and talked about how one would never have seen Mariah as a mother, but people's priorities had a way of changing. Ridge asked if Caroline wanted to discuss her own baby. Shrugging, she claimed to be fine because of how he felt about it.
Ridge was still awed at the fact that Caroline would choose him over a child. Caroline replied that he was what was best for her. Ridge stated that parenting had been one of the greatest things in his life. He couldn't let her sacrifice that for him. "I want you to have your child," he said.
Caroline gasped and asked what he was saying. Ridge replied that he'd been unfair. Excited, Caroline said he'd been honest about living in the moment. Ridge conveyed that it was right for his life, but he wasn't being fair to Caroline, who was in a different place. He recalled the excitement of starting a family, and he'd asked himself how he would have felt if the person he'd been with had declined him. He believed it would have been devastating and that she'd be a great mother.
Tearfully Caroline said that with Ridge as her partner, she had no doubt it would be great. She admitted that she'd been trying to adjust to the idea of not having children, and she'd gotten there; however, she said that they had a lot of love to give to give to a great little family.
"It's what you're going to have. You. You're going to be an incredible mother, and whoever the father's going to be, he's gonna be one lucky guy. Can't be me," Ridge said. Caroline asked what he was doing, and he replied that he was setting her free. She said she wanted him, but he told her that he was too old. "I can't -- " he began to say.
Caroline told Ridge to stop acting like he was some old man, doling out wisdom. He said that his past didn't mean he knew what was best for her. She declared that she wanted to be with him -- that was it, period. Ridge said she wanted more; she wanted a child. "Then have a child with me!" she sobbed. Ridge replied that he couldn't be that man.
Caroline asked why. She said that if it was about the age difference, he could cut the crap. She screamed that he could live fifty more years or get hit by a car the next day, and it shouldn't have any bearing upon having a child. Ridge stated that he couldn't have a child, but Caroline took that as him saying that he couldn't have one with her.
Ridge said that he'd never loved "this way" before in his whole life, and Caroline was his "irreplaceable." Caroline asked why he was doing it then. He told her that they weren't meant to be. She cried, saying he'd never been more wrong. She grabbed her purse and ran out.
Ridge wiped away tears and took another sad look at the envelope in the journal.
Ooo baby, baby
At Ridge's loft, he sat dejectedly on his staircase and held a piece of paper in his hands. He flashed back to his conversation with Caroline about having a baby. Ridge remembered that Caroline had been brokenhearted that Ridge had told her he wanted her to have a baby, but it couldn't be with him.
Caroline had been shocked that Ridge had said a man would be lucky to father Caroline's child. Ridge had agreed that he'd said that and that he had to let Caroline go because he could not be a father. Someone knocked on the door and snapped Ridge back to reality.
Brooke showed up with papers for Ridge to review. He assumed she was checking up on him.
Brooke wondered if he was in the middle of something with Caroline, but Ridge said Caroline had left. Ridge had ended it. Brooke was surprised. Ridge knew Caroline wanted to have kids, and he didn't. He wanted her to focus on the life she wanted.
Brooke claimed that Caroline should have known he was done with having kids, but she added that Ridge shouldn't have ended it with her over it. Ridge said he couldn't give her children, but Brooke corrected him and said he didn't want to. Ridge admitted that while he'd been in Paris, he'd had a vasectomy. He showed Brooke the paper he had been holding. Brooke was surprised.
At a hotel, Caroline sat by herself in a room, and she started to cry. Thomas called and asked to pick her brain about the California Freedom line because she knew best what Ridge wanted. Caroline sobbed. Thomas asked what had happened, and she told him that Ridge had broken up with her. Thomas was shocked. He promised to visit her.
Caroline texted Thomas her address, and she put her phone back in her purse. She discovered Pam's antianxiety pills -- Caroline had found them on the floor near Pam's desk earlier in the day when Pam had been gone from her desk. Caroline took two of the pills.
Thomas later entered and worried that his father had made Caroline miserable. She dished that Ridge did not want a family. Thomas embraced her, and he added that his father had never been capable of staying in a relationship.
Caroline said that Ridge had said breaking up was best for Caroline. Thomas and Caroline started drinking, and Caroline became more emotional. She shared that she had wanted to be with Ridge, and children didn't matter. She would have chosen him instead of having kids. "I don't know how not to love him," she cried.
Thomas regretted that his dad had hurt her. He advised Caroline not to make decisions about her future based on Ridge. Thomas admitted that he knew how much Ridge had cared about her. Caroline cried, and Thomas rubbed her shoulders. They continued to drink. Caroline lamented that she and Ridge would have been great parents. She had hoped that one day Ridge would change his mind about kids.
Thomas said that his dad had always disappointed the women in his life. He wanted whatever suited him in the moment. Caroline agreed that Ridge often said he wanted to live in the moment.
"I'm not wired that way," Thomas said. He said he would love another chance with Caroline, but Caroline reminded him that they had always been friends. She repeated it several times, but Thomas insisted they could be more and had been at one time.
Caroline's vision was affected by the pills and wine, and she lay down on the bed as her vision blurred. She started to drift off to sleep. She had trouble seeing Thomas. He told her she was beautiful and talented. Caroline mumbled that he was sweet, and he kissed her. They kissed more.
At the Forrester mansion, Nicole and Zende joined Rick and Maya as they celebrated their return from their honeymoon. They all chatted about vacations and looked at pictures from Rick and Maya's trip to Copenhagen.
After Zende and Nicole left, Maya and Rick toasted with martinis to their future adventures. Video played of Maya and Rick on bikes, in the shipyards, and when they had taken selfies with the Little Mermaid in Copenhagen. They smiled at the memories and kissed.
Accusations fly among Spencers, Forresters
At Ridge's loft, Ridge and Brooke discussed that Ridge had gotten a vasectomy when he had lived in Paris, and he'd never discussed it with anyone. Brooke asked why he had done it, and Ridge said he didn't have to defend himself. He'd felt he was done having children.
Ridge said he had never expected that he would need to rethink his decision. "Then there was Caroline," Brooke said. Ridge agreed, and he added that it was new and exciting, and he didn't want it to stop. He had no idea how long it would last.
Ridge acknowledged that he had been hoping that having children wouldn't even be mentioned. He defended his actions of ending the relationship. He wanted Caroline to be happy. Brooke looked doubtful. "Don't look at me like that. Maybe I should have told her about it," Ridge admitted.
Brooke noted that he needed to tell Caroline about the vasectomy so that she could understand. Ridge said it wouldn't have made a difference. Brooke said he had made the right decision. "You wanted to live your life," Brooke said.
Brooke prattled on about how Caroline and Ridge had been good for each other, but they had never really been on the same course. Brooke noted that Ridge liked to live in the moment, and moments didn't usually last.
Brooke added that Ridge's philosophy made it hard on children because they needed stability and consistency. Brooke said that Ridge could always change plans, and even vasectomies could sometimes be reversed. Ridge looked thoughtful.
At the hotel, Caroline woke up naked in bed next to a man. "Ridge?" she asked. Thomas rolled over and smiled at her. She put her hand over her mouth.
Caroline asked why Thomas was there. Thomas said he would never have left her alone after the previous night. He reached out to touch her, and she slapped his hand away.
"We fell asleep," Thomas started. He tried to remind her of what had happened, but Caroline was panicked. "Did we?" she asked. "We made love," Thomas announced. "No, no, I wouldn't do that," Caroline cried.
"Seriously, Caroline, you don't remember anything?" Thomas asked. Thomas tried to tell Caroline that they had talked, and he had told Caroline how he felt about her. He had wanted to show her how he felt. "No, no!" Caroline screamed.
Caroline cried that she had taken antianxiety pills. Thomas was surprised. "And we drank so much," he said. Caroline wondered if she had passed out. She shouted at Thomas that she wouldn't have wanted to be with him, and he should have known that.
Thomas looked panicked. "I would never take advantage of you," he said. Thomas babbled on about how special she was and how beautiful. "I was here for you," he said.
Caroline shook her head and said she remembered nothing. Thomas said it had been amazing. He insisted she didn't remember because she had taken pills. He wondered why she had done that.
Caroline freaked out on him. "How could you not tell? You had to have known," she screamed. Thomas shook his head, and Caroline fumed. "I'm in love with your father," she insisted.
Thomas said he had done nothing wrong, but Caroline argued. "I'm not that kind of person," she said. Thomas tried to defend himself, but Caroline was furious. "Get out," she commanded. After he left, Caroline hung her head and cried.
Caroline's phone rang, and it was Ridge. "Ridge," she sobbed. Ridge noted that she had been crying, and he tried to apologize. "I'm sorry. Tell me where you are. I need to see you," Ridge said. Caroline said she couldn't talk to him. She hung up.
Ridge was worried, and Brooke wondered what he would do. "You're not thinking about getting back with her and having a baby with her?" Brooke quizzed.
At Wyatt's, Steffy walked in and shouted for Ivy. Wyatt said that Ivy wasn't there. Steffy demanded that Wyatt and Ivy get rid of the video. Steffy dished that Ivy had been trying to control her and had said she owned Steffy. Steffy told Wyatt that she refused to let Ivy control her any longer.
Steffy told Wyatt that his girlfriend had been out of control. Wyatt tried to defend Ivy, but Steffy said she expected Wyatt to be reasonable while his girlfriend had been threatening to put Steffy in jail for murder or massacre her in the media.
Steffy maintained that deleting the video was the right thing to do for everyone -- to heal and move on. Wyatt defended Ivy and said Steffy's story about the rock was not supported by the video. Steffy insisted that Aly would have killed her. Steffy said there had been a rock, and she'd had to protect herself. Steffy accused Wyatt and Ivy of disliking Liam and Steffy so much that they wanted revenge. They were bitter that Liam and Steffy had ended up together.
Wyatt said it wasn't true, but Steffy asked him to help her because Ivy had changed. She was blackmailing Steffy. "Let's put this behind us. Help me get rid of that video," Steffy said. Wyatt looked thoughtful.
It couldn't be me, but it has to be me
At the loft, Ridge was glad that the morose Caroline had agreed to see him. Touching her hands, he said he'd been wrong, and he wanted her back. He was sorry for the choices he'd made the previous night. He'd only wanted to do what was best for her, but after some thought, he'd concluded that he wanted to be with her. He hoped she wanted the same thing.
Caroline didn't understand what had changed. Ridge had been torn apart inside when he'd called Caroline the previous night. He'd wanted to crawl through the phone, hold her, and tell her that it would be okay. He said they were a team and faced challenges together. He stated that it was what they were about. He hoped it was what they were still about because he wanted her back.
Caroline stared at the portrait Ridge had painted of her. Ridge said he'd always see her that way, but she murmured that she wasn't the same. He figured it was because of what he'd done He began to say how loyal she was, but she said to stop it. She couldn't hear words like that from him again, ever.
Caroline didn't know why they were talking because he'd said he couldn't give her a child. Recalling the unconditional love of his parents, he said no one knew what their hearts were capable of until they held their child for the first time, and he couldn't have her miss out on it.
Caroline looked away. When she looked back at Ridge, he was holding a straw bassinet with baby items in it. She choked back tears as she stared at it. Growing tearful, Ridge said he had to be around because their baby would be the most amazing baby in the world. "Our baby?" she repeated.
"I know I said it couldn't be me, but it has to be me," Ridge stated. He couldn't lose Caroline. He conveyed that it might not be that day, but sometime that year, they'd do it. They'd have a kid together. "We will?" the stunned Caroline replied. Agreeing, he hugged her.
At Forrester, Thomas was preoccupied with thoughts of the night with Caroline. Pam ducked her head in to remind him of a meeting in Ridge's office. Thomas wanted to know if Ridge and Caroline were in the office, but Pam didn't know. Thomas decided to pass on the meeting.
Pam left, and Brooke arrived. She could tell that Caroline was on Thomas' mind. Brooke revealed that Ridge and Caroline had broken up. Brooke relayed that Ridge wouldn't let Caroline sacrifice having children, and Thomas concluded that Ridge had sacrificed the relationship instead.
Brooke said Ridge had called to check on Caroline, who'd been upset. Brooke believed Caroline was strong, would get through it, and would find a man to give her what Ridge couldn't. Brooke figured that Caroline had people to lean on, and if anyone could help Caroline through it, it would be Thomas.
Thomas inquired about Ridge's call to Caroline the previous night. Brooke started to explain Ridge's feelings. When she stammered, Thomas suspected that Ridge had told her something no one else knew. Brooke said it was Caroline who needed a confidant. "Don't look at me," Thomas replied. Brooke didn't know why and said Caroline trusted him completely -- unless something had changed.
Brooke left, and Thomas flashed back on Caroline raging at him about their night together.
At the sky lounge, Wyatt thought of his talk with Steffy the other night. Ivy arrived with a press release about her position. Wyatt said it was what she'd wanted, and she replied that it was what Aly had wanted. Wyatt asked if Ivy had copies of the video. Ivy asked what he thought. She said it was her secret weapon against Steffy, and Ivy didn't plan to take any chances.
In the CEO's office, Steffy told Liam about her talk with Wyatt. They believed that Ivy and Wyatt were still bitter that Steffy and Liam had reunited over choosing Wyatt and Ivy. Steffy was worried that she could get arrested at any moment, but Liam said it wouldn't go down like that. She didn't believe Wyatt wanted to use the video, and she and Liam hoped Wyatt would make the right choice.
Wyatt and Ivy arrived for the meeting. Steffy explained that Ridge had said to start without him and Caroline. Liam decided he'd fill the absent Thomas in later. Liam announced that it was time to plan Ivy's first photo shoot, and he'd gotten permission to use Bill's yacht in Monte Carlo. Ivy liked the idea at first, but growing suspicious, she asked why they wanted to get her out of the country.
Steffy called Ivy paranoid. Wyatt took exception to the statement, but Steffy replied that he knew Ivy wasn't doing right with the video. Ivy said she should have gone to the police a long time back about the video, but Steffy showed her gratefulness by making demands all the time. Steffy asked where Ivy got off accusing Steffy of something she knew Steffy would never do.
Steffy insisted that everyone was sorry for Aly's death, but it had been self-defense. Ivy asked why Steffy would be so concerned about the video. Ivy answered her own question by assuming it was because Steffy wasn't so innocent and had taken Aly's life. Steffy was tired of denying murder. Ivy said that Steffy should try admitting to it because confession was good for the soul.
Steffy stated that she had nothing to confess to and hadn't wanted any of it. Ivy said she hadn't wanted any of it, either. Ivy wished Liam and Steffy would understand that Ivy was doing it to honor Aly, but instead, they were too busy trying to figure out how to get Ivy out of the country.
Ivy stormed out. Liam decided to follow her, claiming he was the one she was upset with. Alone with Steffy, Wyatt said it couldn't go on like that. Steffy told him to get rid of the video. "Or did anything I say get through to you?" she asked. He said it had -- in more ways than she knew.
Steffy asked if Wyatt would delete the video and its copies. Wyatt replied that he was considering it. Closing the door, Steffy decided that they needed to make a deal. She told Wyatt that no matter what Ivy's motives were, Ivy needed to be dealt with once and for all.
At the sky lounge, Liam located Ivy staring at her video. "Delete it. You know you want to," he said. Ivy said what she wanted was for Steffy to admit it. Liam insisted that the video didn't show everything, but Ivy replied that it would show enough to interest police. Liam claimed that he wasn't blind to Steffy like Ivy thought he was, and he wasn't blind to what Ivy was doing.
Ivy looked away in frustration, but Liam asked her to look at him. When she did, he said she was a good person, but her actions were changing and consuming her. He asked her to stop controlling Steffy's life and to heal and move on before things backfired on her.
Wyatt faces a deleting dilemma
At the loft, Caroline looked at the bassinet and asked if Ridge was sure he wanted "this." Ridge said he didn't want it. He'd already raised a family, but after the breakup, a big part of him had walked out the door along with her. All he could see in the loft had been the joy she'd brought to his life. He'd stopped thinking about what he wanted and started about what he needed.
Ridge told Caroline that he didn't want a family with her; he needed a family with her. He asked her how she felt, and she replied that she wanted it more than anything. Ridge took her into his arms.
At Forrester, Thomas flashed back to Caroline being hysterical about what had transpired between them. He received a message from Ridge, asking that Thomas meet at the loft.
Later, Thomas arrived at the loft, and Caroline tensed as Ridge said he'd called Thomas there to discuss Ridge and Caroline's relationship. Thomas claimed he'd heard from Brooke that there had been problems. Ridge wanted Thomas to hear what he was about to say because Thomas had been skeptical and correct about Ridge's conflicting feelings, age, and broken relationships.
Thomas saw the bassinet. Ridge conveyed that he and Caroline had broken up, but they were back together. Ridge wanted a family with Caroline within the next year. Thomas said it was big news, and he was really happy for Ridge. Caroline told Ridge that Thomas was busy with work and didn't have time to hear it. Ridge said Thomas wanted to hear it, and Ridge had something to say about work, too.
Ridge believed that Thomas had stepped up, and Ridge was proud of his son's work. Ridge felt proud to welcome Thomas to the design team. Thomas grinned, but Caroline's face darkened. Ridge said Thomas and Caroline were doing great work, and Ridge wanted it to continue. Caroline glared at Thomas but smiled when Ridge looked at her. She said she believed Thomas would be great.
Thomas didn't know what to say or if he deserved Ridge's trust and belief in him. Ridge replied that Thomas was Ridge's son and deserved everything. Ridge admitted to pushing Thomas, which Thomas had needed. Citing the dresses Thomas had created, Ridge said Thomas might be more talented than Ridge. Thomas thanked Ridge, and Ridge warned that he'd never say such a thing again.
Ridge was excited that he'd design with his son, just as Eric had done. Ridge had a lot of faith in his honest son, who he believed would do so much. Caroline looked as if she might vomit.
In Rick's old office, Liam and Ivy debated about the video and Liam and Steffy's motives for sending Ivy out of town. Liam said that location photo shoots were a part of the job, and Ivy should have considered that before blackmailing her way into it. He was upset because Ivy still wanted to blackmail mail Steffy -- even after Steffy had given Ivy what she'd wanted. He asked when it would end.
Ivy declared that it wouldn't end until Steffy admitted to murdering Aly, and until then, Steffy would just have to deal with it. Liam said that Ivy's actions wouldn't create justice or make Aly return. Ivy felt it was the best thing she could do for Aly, but Liam said Aly always followed rules. Ivy replied that Steffy's behavior had disgusted Aly. Liam asked if Ivy could just let them grieve and move on.
Liam conveyed that everyone was in pain over Aly's death, and Steffy was more so than Ivy knew. Ivy dismissed it, saying Steffy was just worried about getting in trouble. "Wouldn't you be?" he asked. Ivy said she would -- if she was guilty. Ivy asked why Steffy cared about the video if she was innocent. Liam claimed it was because it looked bad, and Ivy said it looked bad because it was bad.
Ivy decided that Steffy had Liam fooled and asked what that said about him. Liam told Ivy that it wasn't about making Steffy pay or justice -- it was about him and Ivy. Ivy admitted that she'd suffered a lot of loss, and she was upset with him. She felt mislead, abandoned, and unappreciated, but their relationship wasn't the issue. Steffy killing Aly was.
Exasperated, Liam said it was an accident. Ivy was tired of hearing it. He explained that Steffy was defending herself from the big-rock-wielding Aly. Ivy asserted that Steffy was lying about a rock. He didn't care if the rock was visible or not and urged Ivy to realize that Steffy wasn't a murderer. Ivy replied that what she realized was that Steffy got away with everything from stealing Liam to killing Aly.
Ivy wished Liam could see it from her view, and she wished things were different. Liam did, too, but asked Ivy not to punish Steffy for something he did. "Not everything is about you!" Ivy exclaimed. She insisted that Steffy was guilty, and Liam and Steffy should be thankful that Ivy hadn't thrown Steffy in prison. Before leaving, Ivy said he was kidding himself to think she'd delete the video.
At the beach house, Wyatt and Steffy entered. Steffy was done putting up with blackmail. Wyatt said Ivy wasn't making it easy for any of them. Steffy guessed it meant that they were doing it. He picked up a laptop, and she instructed him to hack into Ivy's account and delete the video from everything and everywhere that Ivy was storing it.
Wyatt said he hadn't agreed to do it. Steffy told him that he was wasting her time. He snickered. She said they hadn't known each other that long, but she felt a connection. Wyatt quipped that he had felt it, but she was with Liam. Steffy remarked that Wyatt had gone on to become Ivy's pawn.
Wyatt rejected the notion. Steffy said that if he didn't delete it, then he was just as much to blame. "That sucks, now, doesn't it?" he snipped. She said he had the power, and with one click, the video would be gone for good. He said "all hell" would break lose if he destroyed the video.
Steffy figured that Wyatt meant that Ivy would be upset with him, but she believed it would be the best thing for Ivy and Wyatt, who were filled with resentment. Wyatt took exception to the statement, but Steffy doubled-down on it. She said it was pouring out of his ears because Liam was with her and was vice president. Wyatt replied that it did bother him.
Steffy told Wyatt if he wanted advancement, she'd sing his praises to her father, and she wouldn't hold anything against him. Wyatt chuckled. Steffy knew he had Ivy's passwords, and she wanted the master file gone. She told Wyatt to end it once and for all and make it disappear.
Steffy asked what Wyatt was waiting for. Wyatt said that betraying Ivy was kind of a huge deal. He asked her to imagine if he'd asked her to betray "Mr. Perfect." Steffy exclaimed that it would be different; Liam would never blackmail her, and "we were married." Rolling his eyes, Wyatt quipped that no one could forget Liam and Steffy's history.
Steffy understood that Wyatt was dating Ivy but explained that Ivy was trying to take away everything Steffy had. Steffy was sure that if the video got out, she'd go to prison for something she didn't do. She was a mess about Aly's death, but she'd only had two choices -- death or self-defense. Steffy asked if he thought she was a cold-blooded murderer. Wyatt said he didn't.
Wyatt pulled up the video. As it played, Steffy swore to God that a rock had been there. She knew that he believed it, but Ivy didn't. Steffy urged him to just delete the video. Wyatt pulled up the prompt to save either save or delete the video. As he moved the cursor, Ivy arrived.
Wyatt retracted his hand from the laptop. Ivy asked what was going on. Steffy ordered him to tell Ivy. Wyatt replied that blackmailing Steffy was wrong. Ivy asked "what the hell" he was doing on her laptop and in her account. She saw what was displayed on the laptop and ordered him not to delete the video. Steffy ordered him to just press the button.