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Brooke discusses plans for the new lingerie line, Scandal. She wants to use photos of Ridge and her caught in compromising positions for their ad campaign, with the slogan, "If you can't stand the heat, get out of the bedroom." Bridget asks Brooke to tell her that she's not going after Ridge again. She's stunned when Brooke admits that she is. She'll never be happy with anyone but Ridge. Brooke denies chasing Ridge, and points out that she's being honest about her feelings. Bridget worries that the entire family is going to come down on Brooke, especially Stephanie. When Kristen reveals that Clarke stopped by, she is surprised by Eric's sudden tolerance of her ex-husband. Eric is relieved to hear that Tony hasn't returned Kristen's phone calls. Eric wants Kristen to have the life she deserves, and neither he nor Tony will let her settle for less. Eric promises Kristen that she'll get through this, and her family will help. Kristen wonders if Eric is right and she's just clinging to a fantasy. Tony is stunned when Clarke informs him that he proposed to Kristen. Clarke urges Tony not to reach out to Kristen because she's trying hard to get over him. Later, Kristen appears in Tony's office and says that she can't stand being away from him. Kristen cries as Tony takes her in his arms, and tells him how much she loves him.

Source: CBS

Episode Info

Episode number: 15x115
Production Number: 3627
Airdate: Thursday August 30th, 2001

Writer: Bradley Bell

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