B&B Transcript Monday 11/4/02

The Bold and The Beautiful Transcript Monday 11/4/02

By Suzanne
Proofread by Becky

Jack: Brooke, I mean it. Get out. Get out now!

Brooke: Jack, Taylor and I were friends.

Jack: Friends? Friends? You tried to steal her husband. You call that friends? You've been doing that all along. That's why you're here!

Brooke: No. No!

Ridge: Kristen, would you watch the girls?

[ Kristen and Stephanie speaking under their breath ]

Stephanie: Jack, please. You're creating a terrible scene here.

Ridge: What's the problem?

Jack: It's this woman. That is the problem.

Brooke: I don't understand. What have I done?

Jack: What haven't you done? You throw yourself all over him! You've got no morals, no honor, no nothing!

Stephanie: Oh, Jack. Just calm down. Let's all calm down, please? Please?

Jack: Get her out, Ridge. Get her out now.

Ridge: Oh, Jack. Brooke, look. I don't mind if you stay. I want you to stay.

Brooke: No, no, really. It's okay. I don't want to be thrown out of here, so I'm gonna leave. Jack, I am really sorry for your loss, and I'm sure you miss Taylor very, very much. But Taylor's death was painful for all of us.


Megan: No, no, no. You stay here. I'll go.

Clarke: I'm sorry. I don't think I heard you right.

Mark: I think you did.

Clarke: You called me "Dad."

Mark: Yes.

Clarke: Mark? My god, look at you. I haven't seen you since -- you must hate me.

Mark: Why? Because you don't recognize your own son? Or because I haven't heard from you since I was a little kid?

Clarke: I'm sorry. But Mark, you have to understand something. You know, things were not right between your mother and me for a very long time, and -- who knows what she told you about me. And I don't blame you for being angry. You know, if I were you, I would hate me, too.

Mark: How could I hate you? You're my father.


Eric: I know this is a very trying time for everyone. We're mourning. I'm afraid we will be mourning for quite some time to come. But this day isn't only about us showing our grief. This day is also about the opportunity to share our good fortune. We were all of us very lucky to have known Taylor for as much and as well as we did. I want to start this ceremony by urging everyone, as Taylor urged her family every day, to be grateful. Of course we have to mourn the loss of this life. But we can also honor and appreciate the gifts that Taylor brought to us, and remember her with affection and gratitude and celebrate the extraordinary life that she lived.


Clarke: Look, Mark, you have every right to be angry with me.

Mark: According to mom, you're a heartless bastard.

Clarke: That sounds like Margo. Unfortunately, it sounds like me, too. You know, I'm not gonna lie to you. I could have been there, I could have come to you. I could have been a father. But I was too young. I was too reckless. I was far too ambitious for my own good. And you know what? You were better off without me in your life.

Mark: She didn't want me to come back here to l.A.

Clarke: But you didn't listen, did you?

Mark: I couldn't pass up the opportunity.

Clarke: The opportunity to meet me?

Mark: No, Dad. I wanted you to know that I was okay. Not that you even care.

Clarke: Of course I care. You know, I have thought about you over these years.

Mark: Right, right. You thought about me. Just not enough to call me, or to write me, or to even send me an e-mail?

Clarke: I didn't think you wanted anything to do with me.

Mark: Well, you were wrong. I am your son -- your blood. And you may not have been part of my life, Dad, but you're part of who I am. And nothing will ever change that, whether we like it or not.


Jack: Thank you, Eric.

Stephanie: That was lovely, honey.

Eric: Jack, do you want to say something?

Stephanie: It's a sad day -- a really sad day. And no one would have understood that better than Taylor, which is why we loved her. She had such a keen insight into the human condition and all that it encompassed. She inspired you. Anyone that ever spent any time with Taylor really came to understand how pure of heart she was. She uplifted you just by her presence. She was more than just my son's wife or the mother of my grandchildren. She was a daughter to me. She was my dearest and best friend. And I will miss her -- I'll miss her more than I can say.


Clarke: So, that's it. You just wanted to stop by and say "Hi."

Mark: Yeah. Yeah, pretty much.

Clarke: That's all? You don't want to take a swing at me? Accuse me of ruining your life?

Mark: Dad, you made a few mistakes, all right? You weren't there for me when I was growing up. But you know what, you can make it up to me now.

Clarke: How?

Mark: This should do it.

Clarke: What's this?

Mark: It's my phone number. If you get a little time, maybe you can give me a call. We can get together -- get to know each other.

Clarke: I'd like that.

Mark: Yeah, so would I. Dad.

Clarke: Son.


Kristen: I wanted to mention how Taylor helped me, too. Me and my husband, Tony. She counseled him through the most difficult period in his life. And she gave him the courage and the hope to go on. And because of her strength and her wisdom, we have a beautiful marriage and family. Your mother was a miraculous person. She had a way of making everyone around her feel safe and happy. And now, even though she is gone, she leaves us her memories, her ideals, and you -- her beautiful children.

Ridge: I want to thank you all for being here today, for all your kind words and all the love and support that you've given me and my family. I also want to thank you for all your genuine appreciation you've all had for Taylor. She touched a lot of lives. None as much as my own. Taylor was my wife, my soulmate. The mother of my children. She was also my friend, counselor and sometimes my conscience. She always seemed to know the right thing to do. She never, ever hesitated to help somebody who needed help. She always looked for the good in people. Wanted to see the best in them. I know she brought out the best in me. Taylor, quite simply, changed my life. She gave it a purpose way beyond what ambition I ever had. She gave me three beautiful, amazing kids and so many incredible happy, loving years. Now, I just pray to god that her memory and her spirit will help me get through this. I loved her so damn much. I don't know what happened. I just don't know what happened here, I -- Steffy and Phoebe would like to honor their mother, remember her with a song that was her -- one of her favorites.

Girls: Somewhere out there beneath the pale blue light someone's thinking of me and loving me tonight

somewhere out there someone's saying a prayer

that we'll find one another in that big somewhere out there

somewhere out there if love can see us through then we'll be together somewhere out there

out where dreams come true

Ridge: That was beautiful.

Steffy: Good-bye, mommy. I love you.

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