The Bold and The Beautiful Transcript Monday 7/9/01
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Deacon: You've reached the home of Mr. and Mrs. Deacon Sharpe. We can't get to the phone right now, so leave a message after the beep.
Amber: Okay. He's not at the beach house and he's not at the lair. He's not at the hospital? No, no. He's got to know that Bridget would never forgive him, and the way he was talking, he was just acting crazy.
Deacon (Thinking): Amber, Bridget isn't just a means to an end for me. These last couple of weeks, I've started developing feelings for her.
Amber (Thinking): He doesn't have feelings for her! He's in love with me. No. It's just -- it's the guilt talking, I'm sure. I mean, Bridget almost died and it was his fault, so... I'm sure he's had a good night's sleep by now and he'll come to his senses. Better let the Forrester's' know, you know, just in case. God, they're going to flip!
Stephanie: What did the doctor say?
Eric: They've upgraded Bridget's condition.
Rick: Good, good, did you get to talk to her?
Eric: No, she was still asleep.
Stephanie: What did they say about releasing her?
Rick: Nothing yet.
Eric: Well, at least she's out of danger.
Rick: In more ways than one.
Eric: Yes. For the first time since your wedding, I can breathe. And Bridget finally knows what Deacon Sharpe is all about.
Jackie: Good morning.
Jackie: I'm Jackie.
Jackie: I know. How are you feeling?
Jackie: I'll bet. I brought you another painkiller.
Bridget: Thank you.
Bridget: How long has he been here?
Jackie: All night. You know, we offered him an empty room with a real bed in it but he wanted to be with you. You know, he must be cold.
Bridget: He looks so innocent that way.
Jackie: Mm-hmm. Just like a little boy. I hear you two are newlyweds.
Bridget: The honeymoon is over.
Jackie: Was this your first fight?
Bridget: How do you know about that?
Jackie: He told us a little bit, him. He was really scared to death.
Antonio: Dr. Villagers, I came here to see you.
Dr. Villagers: Look, it's all right, Antonio. I forgot to change the message on the machine.
Antonio: Can't you just give me an hour?
Dr. Villagers: Look, I assure you this Dr. Hayes is highly qualified.
Dr. Taylor Hayes: Hello, Antonio. I'm Dr. Hayes.
Dr. Villagers: I have to get going. All right? Goodbye. Believe me, you're in excellent hands.
Dr. Taylor Hayes: Please, go ahead and have a seat. I see you didn't put down your last name.
Antonio: I'd like to remain anonymous.
Dr. Taylor Hayes: All right. So what can I do for you?
Deacon: You're awake. Are you okay?
Deacon: Do you want anything? Can I get you something to eat?
Bridget: Deacon, what are you doing here? What do you want from me?
Deacon: What do you mean, what am I doing here? This is for better and for worse. Remember?
Bridget: Please! You didn't mean that. You didn't mean anything you said to me.
Deacon: Bridget, that's not true. Look, I know a lot of it was bull but some of it was real. And some of the things that I thought were bull, they turned out to be real.
Bridget: Look, if you can't even tell the difference --
Deacon: I can now. The blinders are off. I'm a pretty stubborn guy. I don't like to lose. And when I was a kid, it used to save my ass a lot, literally. Because nobody messed with me. And they knew if I did, I'd come and come until I wore them down.
Bridget: Like you did with Amber.
Deacon: I got so fixated on that that I couldn't see that I had already won, that i had this beautiful, patient woman --
Bridget: You don't even know me.
Deacon: I was thinking about that, what you said back at the house, that you fell in love with someone you didn't even know. That you thought I was some kind of hero or something --
Bridget: God, don't remind me!
Deacon: What if I could be like that? I don't want to be like that. I can be that guy. You see, I know that I can be a good husband, if you give me another shot.
Bridget: I can't believe that you have the nerve to even ask me this!
Deacon: What do you have to lose?
Bridget: True. You didn't leave me much. I lost my pride, my self-respect, my virginity --
Deacon: Look, you can get all of that -- all right, everything but the last thing. Hey, who the hell would of ever thought that I could be such a good father? I mean, I was ready to sell my kid to the highest bidder. And then I found out how great he was, and it kicked into gear. I can do that with being a husband. I just need you to give me another chance.
Rick: Good morning! Can I get you some toast? What do you want? Peanut butter?
Stephanie: Hey, Amber.
Eric: How are you?
Amber: Not so good. I talked to Deacon last night.
Rick: Don't tell me that he's still chasing after you?
Amber: No, no. He's given up on me, he said. At least he said so.
Stephanie: Oh, good!
Amber: Maybe not. See, he said he knows that I'm not going to leave Rick, so he's going to stay with Bridget.
Eric: Stay with Bridget? I'd like to see him try!
Rick: Bridget is going to laugh in his face.
Amber: I don't think so. See, I saw her last night.
Eric: Don't tell me she's starting to forgive him.
Amber: No! At least, not yet. But you know, he has a way with her.
Eric: Oh, damn it!
Amber: You know, maybe he was just upset. He could have changed his mind by now.
Eric: If he hasn't, we'll change it for him. Come on, Rick.
Amber: What are you guys doing? Rick! Where are you going? Oh!
Antonio: Look, I don't really know how this works, but --
Dr. Taylor Hayes: Well, usually at a first session the patient tells me a little bit about himself.
Antonio: Could you please not call me that?
Dr. Taylor Hayes: What, "patient"? Ah yeah
Antonio: Yeah. I'm not sick, and I really don't like thinking of myself as if I was.
Dr. Taylor Hayes: Something's bothering you or you wouldn't be here.
Antonio: Yeah. I'm under a lot of pressure.
Dr. Taylor Hayes: What kind of pressure?
Antonio: At work.
Dr. Taylor Hayes: Work can be stressful.
Antonio: It's just, you know, I have to meet all these deadlines and I feel like to have be in tip top shape, on top of my form. And lately I haven't been. I can't sleep. I wake up with my heart pounding so fast that I can't even breathe.
Dr. Taylor Hayes: You mean like a panic attack?
Antonio: Yeah, yeah, I guess so. Is there something I can prescribe for me to relax?
Dr. Taylor Hayes: Yes, certainly I can do that. But before I feel comfortable doing that, I'd like to talk to you about what we can do about your stress.
Antonio: How about relaxation exercises? I lost a few days last week and I don't think I'm going to be able to catch up.
Dr. Taylor Hayes: What happened last week?
Antonio: I had to go out of town.
Dr. Taylor Hayes: Was this for work?
Antonio: No. I uh... I had to go out of town for a funeral.
Dr. Taylor Hayes: Oh. Who died?
Antonio: Friend of mine. A former girlfriend.
Dr. Taylor Hayes: Were you close?
Antonio: At one point.
Dr. Taylor Hayes: So maybe that could have something to do with your stress level?
Antonio: Yeah. I guess so. It was sad.
Dr. Taylor Hayes: How did she die?
Antonio: She took her own life.
Bridget: Deacon, what makes you think I want a husband, good or bad?
Deacon: A couple of days ago you seemed pretty happy to be married.
Bridget: No, I wasn't. I wasn't. I was making excuses for you, telling myself that things were going to get better. But you're not the only one whose eyes were opened. If I get married again, ever, it's going to be a lot different.
Bridget: Well, for starters my husband is going to be honest with me.
Deacon: I can do that.
Bridget: He's going to put my needs ahead of his own.
Deacon: Every single time. He's going...
Bridget: He's going to get alone long with my family.
Deacon: All right, look, Stephanie can be cool... Sometimes.
Bridget: All of them.
Deacon: Bridget, your father did try and kill me.
Bridget: Deacon, my father is a wonderful man. And anyone who wants to be in my life will treat him with respect.
Deacon: Respect? All right, I can do that.
Bridget: Why don't you just admit it, this isn't what you want.
Deacon: It is what I want. Anything that brings you back to me is what I want.
Bridget: I haven't agreed to that. I'm not even considering it.
Deacon: Yes, you are. You're considering it. You can't just walk away from -- you can, but you shouldn't.
Bridget: Why not?
Deacon: Because if you do, nothing changes. You're ashamed, I'm ashamed. It's exactly like you said, we're both pathetic. We can do better than that. Hell, I can do better than that. What if this marriage could really work? We turn it into something great. Look, if we do nothing and it doesn't work, what have you lost? What if it does? What if -- what if I come through on everything that I tell you I can. Isn't that worth taking a chance? It's going to be?
Dr. Taylor Hayes: Your ex-girlfriend committed suicide?
Antonio: She overdosed. They think that it was intentional.
Dr. Taylor Hayes: Why did she kill herself?
Antonio: She was scared.
Dr. Taylor Hayes: Scared of what?
Antonio: Ellen was terminally ill. She was afraid.
Dr. Taylor Hayes: What did she have?
Antonio: AIDS. Ellen had AIDS.
Bridget: I don't know what to say to you.
Deacon: Don't say anything right now. Just tell me that you'll consider it.
Deacon: I'm going to go. Let you get some rest. I'll see you real soon.
Bridget: What's that?
Deacon: It's nothing. Just something I got at the gift shop.
Bridget: For me?
Bridget: Can I see it?
Deacon: It's stupid, they had stuffed animals. You don't want to be treated like a kid. And they had flowers. They just die. So this kind of reminded me of you.
Deacon: It's just -- you shake it up.
Bridget: I know, I know. This reminded you of me?
Deacon: You know, I was born in Vegas, grew up there and obviously there's no snow. This is one of those things that you hear a lot about, Christmas carols, all that sort of stuff. But until you've seen it, and until you hold it in your hands, I just -- I -- till I met you, till I really got to know you, I didn't think people like you really existed. It's like you're too good to be true.
Bridget: So it's not just 'cause you had me snowed?
Deacon: Tell you what, I'll take it back.
Bridget: No, no, no. I want to keep it. It will remind me to stay on guard when I'm around you.
Deacon: Does that mean I'm going to be around?
Bridget: Well, so far you've been kind of hard to shake.
Deacon: Kind of like gum on the bottom of your shoe, right?
Bridget: Maybe that's what I'll get you from the gift shop.
Deacon: Very romantic.
Eric: Get out!
Bridget: Dad, it's okay.
Eric: You have no idea how angry I am or you wouldn't be anywhere near this girl. Now you have two seconds to get out of this room.
Deacon: Do you want me to go?
Eric: Honey? You can't seriously be considering... He almost killed you!
Bridget: He tried to stop me from driving.
Eric: Don't, don't! I can't stand to hear you try to defend him. Look, honey, look at you! Look what he did to you! Look what he did to us! He turned you against your family. He turned you against me. Just because it amused him. And I almost lost you. Do you know how scared I was?
Bridget: I'm sorry. I'm sorry.
Eric: Send him away. Send him away right now. He's going to hurt you again. He's just going to hurt you again.
Deacon: That's not true.
Eric: Shut up! Do it, honey. Do it. Right now. You just -- you just look him in the eye and you tell him you never want to see him again.
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