The Bold And The Beautiful Relationship Timeline: Deacon And Quinn

While one could never call the relationship between "The Bold and the Beautiful's" Deacon Sharpe (Sean Kanan) and Quinn Fuller (Rena Sofer) a great romance, they were fun while they lasted, in a sadistic sort of way. While the pair was indeed passionate, Quinn did push Deacon off a cliff and thought she killed him. She also seemed to have no problem with that.

When you take two characters who have spent their entire lives doing manipulative — and often seemingly crazy — things to get what they want, you will end up with a couple like Deacon and Quinn. Both have had to fight for everything they have. Both often have good intentions but always seem to screw up anyway. And, both often feel like outcasts in their little fictional version of Los Angeles where "B&B" takes place. Let's take a look back at the literal rocky, dark romance of Deacon and Quinn, who are probably glad they didn't end up with one another.

Quinn Fuller finds a man to keep her mind off her son

When Quinn Fuller first arrived on "The Bold and the Beautiful" scene she was obsessed with making sure her adult son, Wyatt Spencer (Darin Brooks), would win whoever his heart desired. And it turned out his heart desired Hope Logan (then played by Kim Matula), so she did everything she could to keep Hope from marrying Wyatt's half-brother, Liam Spencer (Scott Clifton). When Hope thought Liam didn't want her, she married Bill Spencer's (Don Diamont) second son and Quinn was thrilled to meet he son's new father-in-law, Deacon Sharpe.

Deacon Sharpe and his daughter were not exactly close, as she was conceived when Deacon was married to Hope's mother's oldest daughter, Bridget (then played by Jennifer Finnegan). Considering the circumstances behind Deacon and Brooke Logan's (Katherine Kelly Lang) affair, Deacon had given up on the idea of raising Hope with Brooke, but he never stopped having feelings for her. In fact, Brooke had wanted Deacon by the time Hope was a young adult torn between two men, but by then, Deacon had met Quinn and that changed everything.

Deacon and Quinn quickly fall in love and get married

It was like Deacon and Quinn had found their manipulative other halves for a little while and fell in love. When they decided to get married, they didn't let anyone stand in their way — not even Brooke, who crashed the wedding and begged Deacon not to go through with it. The audience didn't see a lot of Deacon and Quinn after that and soon Quinn told everyone the marriage was over in a flash and Deacon had left town.

However, when Deacon returned he was shocked to see that Quinn had kidnapped Liam to keep him away from Steffy Forrester (Jacqueline MacInnes Wood), the next woman Wyatt wanted. Quinn didn't realize that knocking Liam over the head would give him amnesia, but she took advantage and let him believe his name was Adam and her name was Eve and they were married. When Deacon realized what Quinn was up to, he confronted her atop a seaside cliff. Quinn wasn't going to let Deacon ruin her fantasy life with Liam, so she pushed him right off that cliff, supposedly to his death, per CBS.

Deacon lives and tries to kill Quinn

Quinn didn't bother mentioning to anyone what happened to Deacon, but she eventually had to give up Liam when Wyatt found them and Liam's memory returned. By 2016, Quinn fell for Eric Forrester (John McCook) and married him. He turned her life around and she was determined to be a good person for him, even if his family kept rejecting her. Too bad someone kept trying to make attempts on her life. It turned out to be Deacon and in 2017, he went to jail.

In 2022, after some rough patches and a very steamy affair with Carter Walton (Lawrence Saint-Victor), Quinn is still married to Eric and Deacon is out of jail. However, he and Quinn have not shared scenes since his return, as of this writing, and it looks like it is definitely over for this pair for good as Deacon has set his sights on Brooke once again.