Ridge and Brooke wake up in bed together. Brooke rolls over and tells Ridge to wake up. Ridge responds, Go away, I'm dreaming. He tells Brooke that he had a dream where he met a magic genie, and the genie allowed him to pick one thing he wanted to have. He tells Brooke that she was the one thing in the world he wanted more than anything else, and now that he has her, and it wasn't a dream, he is never going to let her go. The two kiss, happy that they are now together. Ridge tells Brooke that he needs to head to work, but happily promises to come home to her, and their children later.

Bridget stops by to see Brooke and tells her that she thinks she wasn't cut out to have children and that is why she lost the baby. Bridget blames herself for everything that has happened. She tells Brooke, If I hadn't slept with Nick, your marriage would have never been on the rocks, and none of this would have happened! Brooke tells Bridget that she was meant to be with Ridge, and she never stopped loving him, just like Bridget has never stopped loving Nick.

Bridget tells Brooke she couldn't be with the man who took their company away from them. Brooke tells her I know you'll do the right thing, and tells her she loves her before leaving to go get ready to go out. Once Brooke leaves the room, Nick calls Bridget and asks her to come over. Bridget reluctantly agrees to stop by, but only for a few minutes.

Nick gives Donna an employment contract, and asks her to be a permanent part of the staff at the new Forrester. Nick tells Donna she is going to be his main model, and a spokes model when needed. He also plans to use her in some management capacities, since she stood up for him and his mother when he needed her. Excited about her new important role in the company, Donna excitedly asks Nick Where do I sign?

Bridget arrives quickly at Nick's. Bridget tells Nick that she is angry with him for what he did to her father, and that taking the company was mean and unnecessary. Nick tells her, I don't care what your family thinks. You matter to me. You matter! He goes on to tell her, I value your opinion, and I want your respect. I want to be in your life somehow, and I want you in mine! Bridget simply tells him 'Thank You and walks out.

At Forrester, Sally, Felicia, and Eric go through the office, cleaning out their personal belongings and company paraphernalia. Eric looks through some papers and sadly remarks to the two women, Our rights to use Forrester in a fashion related house, are gone. While going through a box, Sally finds an invitation to one of their best fashion shows ever, La Villa Este. Felicia looks at the invitation and hands it to Eric. He briefly reminisces about the event, and remarks that it was one of his and Stephanie's greatest moments.

Later, Ridge stops by Forrester and tells Eric he and Brooke are back together. Eric tells Ridge that he is happy for him and happy that One relationship in the family can be healthy

Taylor arrives at Stephanie's house, and Stephanie tells her that she is having marital problems. She tells Taylor I'm scared to death and I don't know why When Taylor asks about Stephanie's childhood; Stephanie describes her growing up as A Norman Rockwell painting. She then goes on to say, It was perfect, except for one thing. My father wanted a son! Stephanie tells Taylor that her father wanted a son to pass his company down to. Her sister Ann was very girly, and would always spend time with her mother, leaving her to spend time with her dad. Stephanie recalls having bruises from playing football with her dad, and him throwing the football too hard.

While in Taylor's office, Stephanie drifts off and starts to think back to other memories of her childhood. One memory was of her asking her father to read a book with her. When he refused, she got angry and broke a glass. Angry, her father told her she needed to learn to be More careful and takes his belt off in an intimidating manor. When Stephanie comes back to reality, Taylor asks her what she was thinking about. Stephanie tells Taylor My childhood was no different than any other child's! Deciding not to tell Taylor about her violent memory.