B&B Transcript Friday 11/2/01

The Bold and The Beautiful Transcript Friday 11/2/01


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Brooke: Deacon?

Deacon: Yeah? I'm sorry.

Brooke: No, it's okay. No harm done.

Deacon: So much for our toast, huh?

Brooke: Yeah. Well, maybe it's for the best. I mean, I'm glad that you're leaving Bridget, but I don't really think it's something to celebrate.

Deacon: No, it isn't, is it? You mind if we change the subject to something else?

Brooke: Like what?

Deacon: I don't know if it's appropriate, Brooke, but there's -- there's something I've been thinking about, something I want to say to you. I don't want to overstep my bounds, I don't want to make you feel uncomfortable, but I feel like I have to say it.

Ginger: So Rick still hasn't come home yet?

Amber: And he hasn't called, either, and he's not at the main house, and Stephanie hasn't seen him.

Ginger: Maybe he's at his mother's.

Amber: Great, great. I'm sure Brooke is just loving this. Finally, all her predictions came true. He called me trash, ginger. My husband, the father of my baby, he thinks that I'm trash.

Betsey: Wow. I'm getting pretty tired.

Julie: Oh, come on. It's too early.

Betsey: Hey, I can't help it. I had an English paper due, and I didn't get much sleep last tight.

Bridget: You know, neither did I.

Betsey: I thought you finished your paper last week.

Bridget: I did.

Julie: Don't tell me you've already started cramming for midterms?

Bridget: No.

Lisa: You were fooling around with Deacon! [Laughter]

Bridget: I was reading.

Julie: Come on, Bridget. You don't have to give us all the details. Just tell us what's it like to be with an older man?

Bridget: It's incredible, but not because Deacon's older. It's incredible because we're in love. And most of all, it's incredible because I trust him.

Bridget: When you're really committed to someone, sex isn't just sex. It's a way of expressing yourself. The way he touches me, he always knows exactly what I want. He goes so slow, it's like torture. He drives me crazy, and he knows it. He gets so close to me, breathing in my ear. I can feel his lips brushing my skin. My whole body starts to shiver. It's totally electric. And just when I can't stand it another second, he kisses me. To share that experience with your husband, it's not fooling around. It's not just sex. It's two people expressing their deepest feelings for each other. It's Deacon's way of saying "I love you." What can I say? I'm the luckiest girl in the world.

Brooke: What is it, Deacon?

Deacon: I think that Ridge is a fool.

Brooke: You do?

Deacon: Yeah. I don't think that he has any idea how special you are. I don't think any of them do. You say that they all think you're so immoral. You want to know what I think? What I see when I look at you, I see a fighter. I see a woman who has spent her entire life searching for a soul mate, and with all the difficulties and all the suffering that you've endured, somehow, you've managed to still believe that that kind of relationship exists for you. So you went for it. No apologies, no excuses. I dig that.

Brooke: You would.

Deacon: You were just following your heart. There's nothing immoral in that.

Brooke: Thorne might disagree.

Deacon: Thorne -- Thorne, Thorne. Look, you were just trying to overcome your feelings for Ridge. It didn't work out. And when it did come out, did you deny it? No. No, you embraced it, because that's the kind of person that you are -- somebody who would be willing to risk everything -- everything -- for a shot at real love.

Brooke: So were you.

Deacon: When it comes down to it, there's really only three questions worth asking, Brooke -- what's worth living for? What's worth dying for? And what's worth fighting for? The answer's the same to all of them -- love. Prestige, power, success -- come on. They don't mean anything, not unless you have the right person to share it with.

Brooke: And not just anybody.

Deacon: No. No, someone who appreciates you, someone who desires you as much as you desire him.

Brooke: Yes.

Deacon: It's called a real partnership.

Brooke: You understand.

Deacon: I want the same thing.

Brooke: I thought I had that with Ridge. It was beautiful, and it was perfect. And I thought it meant as much to him as it did to me, but it didn't. Now, after all these years, I realize that I was wrong.

Deacon: I know.

Brooke: Deacon, it's getting late.

Deacon: Do you want me to go?

Brooke: I think you should.

Deacon: Okay. I'll call you tomorrow about the divorce.

Brooke: Deacon -- thank you.

Deacon: Good night, Brooke.

Brooke: Good night, Deacon.

Thorne: Rick, look, I know that you want to protect our little sister, okay? So do I, believe me. But what if Deacon and Amber are telling the truth? What if they really are through?

Rick: That doesn't matter, okay? Amber lied to me. She threw my trust away. God, she knew how I'd react if I found out that she had crossed the line with Deacon, so she didn't tell me. It was her first reaction -- just keep her mouth shut and act like everything is okay. But everything is not okay.

Thorne: She's pregnant with your child.

Rick: How could she let this happen?

Thorne: Rick, I think she did it for you, because I think she knew how bad that you wanted this.

Rick: So she agreed to get pregnant just so I wouldn't be suspicious? What kind of a person does that?

Thorne: Rick, Amber has some problems, okay, man? There's no doubt about that. But the real question is how are you going to deal with this?

Rick: I thought I had. The last time I took Amber back, she told me that it was over with her and Deacon. She gave me her word. But this isn't just about one kiss or her feelings for another man. It's -- it's a pattern. It is a pattern of deceit and duplicity. I thought she could change. If I just -- if I just kept loving her and kept supporting her that she would stop making these mistakes, but here we are. I am tired of being disappointed, Thorne. I just can't give Amber the benefit of the doubt anymore.

Ginger: You and Rick are gonna pull out of this.

Amber: I don't know, ginger. You didn't see the look in his eyes.

Ginger: You're pregnant, Amber. I don't care how angry he is. He is not gonna abandon his family.

Amber: I know, I know. That's what I keep telling myself, that he'll come home, and he'll calm down. And when I think of all the pain that I've caused him, all the mistakes that I've made, all the lies that I've told -- what's wrong with me? Why do I keep doing this, huh?

Ginger: Come on. You're getting yourself all worked up. Think of the baby.

Amber: The baby. You know, Rick doesn't even think I want it.

Ginger: That's crazy.

Amber: Everything is just so messed up right now. I just don't know how to make it right. I love Rick. I do. And I want to have this baby, but he doesn't believe it.

Ginger: You have to talk to him.

Amber: I tried. I tried to, but he won't even listen to me.

Ginger: So try again. You can't give up.

Amber: But what if he has, huh? I mean, everybody has a breaking point. What if I pushed Rick to his? This could be the end of my relationship. I don't -- I don't know if Rick's ever gonna come back.

Deacon: You looking for somebody?

Amber: I blew it, ginger. I ruined the best thing that ever happened to me. Rick --

Rick: Ginger, I'd like to talk to Amber alone please.

Ginger: Sure. Hey, call me if you need anything, okay?

Amber: Okay. Thank God you came back. I was so worried.

Rick: Where's Eric?

Amber: He's asleep in the other room. Look, I know you want to talk, but there's something I want to show you first, okay? Look. I got that awful tattoo removed, see? It's gone. I'm so sorry. Aren't you going to say anything?

Rick: Yeah, Amber, I have something to say, but you're not going to like it.

Brooke: Deacon --

Deacon: Shh. [Whispering] come here.

Brooke: What are you doing?

Deacon: What we've both been thinking about all night long.

Brooke: I can't.

Deacon: You want me to leave?

Brooke: No.

Betsy: Deacon's not home?

Bridget: No. He must be out with the guys. I think there's, like, a boxing match on cable.

Betsey: Who are you calling now?

Bridget: My mom. She'll get worried if she calls the house and no one's home. That's weird.

Betsy: What?

Bridget: It's the machine. Hey, Mom. It's me. I'm just up at the cabin with some friends. I should be back tomorrow. I hope you're not at the office. You know what they say about all work and no play. All right. I'll call you when I get home. I love you. Huh. Where is everybody tonight?

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