SOAP DISH: Cane exits Y&R; Thomas takes Douglas away from Hope on B&B

RICHMOND, Va. -- In our Soap Dish feature Fridays on CBS 6 News @ 4 p.m., resident daytime drama aficionado Cheryl Miller recaps a memorable moment from this week's "The Young and the Restless" and "The Bold and the Beautiful."

Friday's big moment on Y&R was Cane's final scene on the show with Lilly, according to the actor Daniel Goddard.

Then things continued to go downhill for Brooke and Hope on the B&B as Thomas takes Douglas to live with Eric and Quinn at the Forrester mansion.

"I miss my Daddy. He says he wants me now," Douglas tells Hope. "I love you."

In a total tear-jerker moment, Douglas then returns and gives Hope his stuffed animal, "Peanut Butter."

"I can't take [him]..., your Mommy gave him to you," Hope says.

"I know, but you're my mother, too," Douglas tells Hope. "You should have him for awhile. It will make you feel better, I promise."

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