Quinn RAGES AGAINST Bill, LEADING A CHORUS OF HATERS.
Ruthless businessman Bill Spencer’s despicable actions against the people around him, including the people he purports to love, are finally coming back to haunt him. At long last, Bill’s victims are starting to take a stand against his tyranny and the world around him is looking bleak. An aggrieved Sally Spectra (Courtney Hope) may have been the first one to take action against Bill (Don Diamont), even literally firing warning gunshots in his office, but she’s by far the least on a list of people who’d love for Bill to permanently disappear.
His long-time enemy Ridge (Thorsten Kaye) ramps up his blustering hatred of Bill and asks Sheila Carter (Kimberlin Brown) to kill him for him!
Even one of Bill’s most loyal employees, journalist Jarrett (Andrew Collins), threatens him with retribution after Bill harshly sacks him for his perceived disloyalty.
It’s the unpredictable and often unstable Quinn (Rena Sofer) who poses the biggest threat to Bill. Learning that Wyatt (Darin Brooks) and Katie (Heather Tom) have reconciled their differences and become engaged, Quinn fears the worst when Wyatt reveals to Eric (John McCook) that Bill and Steffy (Jacqueline MacInnes Wood) had sex, thus shattering her marriage. Quinn’s renewed hatred for Bill builds and Eric becomes apoplectic with rage, yelling, “I hate this man” and saying he’d like to get rid of him. Despite calming her husband down, Quinn’s own rage spirals out of control after Wyatt reveals that his father demanded he not marry Katie and, if he does, he’ll disinherit him from the family and sue Katie for custody of Will. Labelling Bill as evil, Quinn declares that someone must stop Bill’s reign of terror.
Striking out against her ex-lover, Quinn interrupts Bill as he’s finalising plans to legally cut Wyatt and Liam (Scott Clifton) out of his will. She seethes with disgust as Bill mocks their son for “running to his mummy” and then crosses the line by making fun of Eric’s performance in bed, lasciviously suggesting that he could get Quinn into bed again anytime he wants. Threatening to testify against Bill in his custody suit for Will, Quinn promises she’s capable of anything in defence of Wyatt.
Bill only laughs in Quinn’s face and has her dragged out of his office, kicking and screaming and vowing brutal revenge against him.
Later, as Bill proposes marriage to Steffy, a shadowy figure spies the moment while hiding outside the house. Is Quinn about to strike out with a deadly blow against Bill?
“A shadowy figure spies the moment while hiding outside the house.”
Bill (Don Diamont) seems capable of anything.