B&B Transcript Friday 6/20/03

The Bold and The Beautiful Transcript Friday 6/20/03

By Suzanne
Proofread by Becky

Macy: And -- and this. Every baby has got to have one of these.

Deacon: What is this thing?

Macy: It's a -- it's a bottle warmer. You use it to warm up breast milk.

Deacon: Where am I suppose to get breast milk from?

Macy: Hopefully, Brooke will pump some.

Deacon: I don't -- I don't think she's breast-feeding anymore, Macy.

Macy: Oh, well, that's okay. I got plenty of formula, too.

Deacon: This is -- this is amazing. None of this would have been possible without you.

Macy: Well, if you haven't noticed, I happen to care about you.

Deacon: I noticed.

Macy: And I -- I think that you have a right to spend time with your kids, no matter what the Foresters or their lawyers say.

Deacon: You know, these people -- they -- they got a lot of heavy artillery. I mean, they've got money. They've got power. They've got respectability.

Macy: And you've got the most important thing -- blood. You're hope and little Eric's father. You love your kids. You have rights.

Deacon: You're right.

Macy: I know m right. And you do not want to take me on.

Deacon: I guess not.

Macy: So you go over there, and you pick up that phone, and you demand to see your kids.

Deacon: You know, Macy, I think little d's gone for the weekend. I think Amber and Rick took him to an amusement park or something.

Macy: All right. Well, then you call Brooke, and you tell her that you're on your way to pick up Hope.

Deacon: That's exactly what I'm gonna do. Thank you.

[Phone rings]

Brooke: Don't tell me you're wimping out, Captain Payne. Hello?

Deacon: Brooke, it's Deacon.

Brooke: What do you want?

Deacon: I want to see hope.

Brooke: Deacon --

Deacon: Brooke -- I know that we've had our differences. But -- come on, I got a right to see my kid.

Brooke: We already went over this. I don't think it's a good idea.

Deacon: Brooke, she's my daughter, too.

Brooke: Since when have you had these paternal longings?

Deacon: I've always had them. You -- you put a stop to me seeing hope, all right? You said it was in her best interest.

Brooke: And you agreed.

Deacon: Well, I changed my mind. There's -- there's a lot that's changed in my life. And -- look, I want my daughter to know her father.

Brooke: So what am I supposed to do? Just turn over my child to you?

Deacon: I know how to take care of a baby.

Brooke: Do you?

Deacon: Brooke -- please? Come on, give me this chance. I love this little girl. I'll take good care of her.

Brooke: I don't know, Deacon.

Deacon: Brooke, I promise. You won't be sorry.

Brooke: All right. You can see her.

Deacon: Okay. I'll be right over.


[Doorbell rings]

Nick: Hey. Ready for our run? Let's go.

Brooke: Nick, I can't.

Nick: Oh, don't tell me we got more dramas with the dressmaker.

Brooke: No, with Deacon Sharpe.

Nick: Deacon Sharpe? Deacon Sharpe -- that name rings some kind of bell. Oh, I met him at Marone industries. Actually, it was the day you were getting married. He didn't have a lot of nice things to say about Forrester.

Brooke: Well, I'm sure he didn't.

Nick: He didn't have anything bad to say about you, though. Giving you trouble?

Brooke: Deacon and I share a history.

Nick: Oh. It sounds a bit ominous.

Brooke: Complicated.

Nick: Ugh, well, that's never good.

Brooke: Well, in this case, it certainly isn't.

Nick: Well, please, fill me in our your history.

Brooke: Well, he was married to my daughter, Bridget.

Nick: Really? Oh, so that makes you the big, bad mother-in-law, huh?

Brooke: Oh, yes, I was definitely bad.

Nick: Okay, so you're the ex-mother-in-law. What's he want from you?

Brooke: Time with Hope.

Nick: Little young, isn't she?

Brooke: Young enough to be his daughter.

Nick: Daughter? You mean, you and Deacon?

Brooke: Deacon is Hope's father.

Brooke: It was a really low point in my life when I turned to Deacon. I thought his and Bridget's marriage was over. Not that that's any excuse, of course.

Nick: Well, you don't have to make excuses to me.

Brooke: You must think I'm --

Nick: A walking soap opera? Well, we all are in our own way, aren't we?

Brooke: So you're not completely turned off?

Nick: Not completely. Here's the thing about mistakes, though -- sometime we have to learn to live with them.

Brooke: And accept the fact that Deacon is the father of my child.

Nick: You know, he didn't really seem like such a bad guy when I met him.

Brooke: Well, you don't know him. He's -- he's pretty bad. He's an alcoholic. He loses his temper quite easily, and he can't hold down a job.

Nick: Does he love his child?

Brooke: I think he does. But he's never spent a minute alone with her.

Nick: Maybe it's time. Every child needs their father.

Brooke: Yeah. If it was anybody but Deacon.

Nick: But it's not.

Marta: Say "bye-bye, mommy."

Brooke: Bye-bye? Where are you going?

Marta: I was going to take Hope to the park.

Brooke: Oh, the park. Yes, that's a great idea.


Sally: Macy, what's going on? I just ran into the doorman, and he told me that Deacon Sharpe was up here.

Macy: Yeah. He was -- he was here to see me.

Sally: To see you? Why would Deacon come here to see you?

Macy: Because we're friends.

Sally: Friends? Since when? You barely know each other. What do the two of you possibly have in common?

Macy: Sobriety. We met at an AA meeting.

Sally: Macy -- you gotta remember, you are in a very, very vulnerable state right now, and a man like Deacon Sharpe might very well try to take advantage of that.

Macy: Mom, you don't know him like I do, okay? He's been very good to me, and I just want to return the favor.

Sally: Okay, fine. Wait a minute. What is all of this?

Macy: It's for the baby.

Sally: Baby? What baby?

Macy: Deacon's.

Sally: Deacon's baby?

Macy: Yeah. He has a little girl. And he wanted to spend some time with her, so I told him he could bring her over here. He just went to Brooke's to get her.

Sally: To Brooke's? What does Brooke have to do with Deacon's baby? Oh, I see. Little girl, huh? Little Hope?

Macy: Deacon is her father.

Sally: Honey, you are dropping more bombs on me than a B-52.

Macy: I know. I know, mother. I was blown away, too. But not at Brooke's part in this. She destroyed one daughter's life, and now she's trying to destroy another's. Not to mention Deacon's. She's trying to keep Deacon and Hope apart.

Sally: I see. And you're determined to keep that from happening?

Macy: I won't let that happen.


Brooke: Okay, I packed an extra bottle and some sunscreen, so stay out as long as you want. Okay?

Marta: If I left it up to Hope, we wouldn't be back until dark. She loves the park.

Brooke: Well, you better get going.

Marta: What about her nap?

Brooke: If she misses it, we'll just put her to bed early. Okay? So go. Scoot. Deacon?

Deacon: Hey, Hope. Now she wasn't going out without daddy, now was she?

[Giggles and squeals]


Sally: Macy -- darling, iI want you to listen to me very carefully. Being around a baby after what you've just been through is not going to be easy. Are you absolutely sure you want to do this?

Macy: Mom, I can't avoid babies for the rest of my life. They're everywhere.

Sally: Yes. But they're only in your home if you want them to be.

Macy: I want them to be.

Sally: This is Brooke's baby we're talking about. And when I think what that woman has already taken from you, I could scream.

Macy: I know. I know. I know. My whole future. When she took Thorne from me, I was still able to get pregnant. If she hadn't done that, we would have started a family, and -- and I'd have children today.

Sally: Then why are you doing this, darling? It isn't good for you. You need to concentrate on taking care of yourself now.

Macy: It's only for a couple of hours.

Sally: It's much more than that.

Macy: You're right. It is.

Sally: Then, please, don't do it.

Macy: I have to. I am not gonna let Brooke take away from Deacon everything that she's taken away from me.


Brooke: Deacon, I didn't realize you were coming so soon. Marta was just gonna take Hope to the park.

Deacon: You guys were gonna go to the park? Oh, that sounds like fun. Well, you know, maybe we can stop there for a little while before we go on. Hey, mommy did tell I was coming by, didn't she? Huh?

Brooke: Deacon, about that --

Deacon: Brooke, please, don't worry about a thing. I got diapers. I got baby formula. I got a portable crib. I got a car seat.

Brooke: You know, those things are really tricky to install. Why don't you just stay here and play with hope here?

Deacon: Brooke, I checked with a guy. He said that I put the thing in right. Everything's gonna be cool, all right? I promise you, she's gonna be safe with me. Besides, it looks like you got company. How you doing, Nick? I didn't recognize you there. It looks like we both found a razor.

Nick: Good to see you again.

Deacon: You, too. Are you guys going for a run?

Nick: I guess that's up to Brooke.

Deacon: I didn't realize you two were --

Nick: We're not.

Deacon: Sorry.

Brooke: Not that it's any of your business. Is that what you're doing here, Deacon? You're trying to worm your way back into my life?

Deacon: No. I'd say my worming days are pretty much over. I got it through my thick head that that ship sailed. Sorry.

Brooke: What do you want?

Deacon: I want time, Brooke. I want time with my daughter. I already missed so much. So, Marta, you got everything in there for me? Mucho gracias. I'll tell you what, we'll be back in a few hours.

Brooke: Two. Two hours.

Deacon: Okay. Two. Go bye-bye, mommy. Bye-bye, mommy.

Brooke: I love you. Bye.

Deacon: Okay. Nick, take care of yourself.

Brooke: Oh, god.

Nick: She'll be okay. So will you.


[Music box playing]

[Doorbell rings]

Deacon: Honey, we're home. Almost.

Macy: Well, you can call this home any time you want.

Deacon: Thanks.

Macy: So -- Brooke didn't give you a hard time, huh?

Deacon: Well, she tried, but I held my ground.

Macy: Good. I'm glad -- for you and this little one. Oh.

Deacon: There's so much I want to do with her. I don't even know where to start.

Macy: Small. Just start small.

Deacon: That's a good idea. You know, just holding her like this, it just feels --

Macy: I know.

Deacon: You know, Macy, none of this would have been possible without you.

Macy: I didn't do anything.

Deacon: You've done more than I could ever thank you for.

Macy: You know what? You can thank me by enjoying, just savoring every precious moment that you have with Hope.

Deacon: Yeah.

Macy: In fact, you can -- you can start right now. I'll just let you two -- let you two be alone.

Deacon: Wait, hey, Macy -- don't go.


Nick: Well, I imagine you're feeling a little stress right now, huh? You know what? They say the best thing for stress is exercise -- run, something like that. What do you say?

Brooke: I don't think anything's gonna help me right now.

Nick: Hey. Are you starting trust me a little bit? Just a little? Don't answer that. Come here. I wanna show you something. Just sit down.

Brooke: Oh, goodness.

Nick: Put these up here. And we have to take these off.

Brooke: Ah, they might be a little dirty.

Nick: Well, I have spent many a day and nights on rigs no bigger than a bathtub with five men. I can handle your perfectly powdered piggies.

Brooke: What are you going to do to them?

Nick: It's not what I'm going to do to them. It's what I'm going to do to you.

Brooke: Oh, I'm liking this less and less.

Nick: Well, see, that's where the trust -- the keyword is "trust" -- comes in. Because you will like this more and more.

Brooke: Hmm, maybe you're right.

Nick: Mm-hmm. Just relax, enjoy.

Brooke: Mmm. You're really good.

Nick: That's what they tell me.

Brooke: Where'd you learn to do this anyway?

Nick: China. It's called reflexology. It's a way of relieving stress through pressure points. Yeah, see, every organ in your body is connected to a pressure point in your foot. And in order to relieve that stress, you have to find the pressure point and apply the pressure. It puts the organ back in balance.

Brooke: Oh, oh, oh, oh.

Nick: You see this one right here? That one's connected to your liver. And that one to your spleen. There's the kidney.

[Brooke moans] and you know what this one's connected to?

Brooke: What?

Nick: Your heart.


Macy: Are you -- are you sure?

Deacon: Yeah, I'm sure. I want you to stay. Yeah, we both do, don't we? What? Yeah, yeah, we both do. I mean, if you want to.

Macy: Yeah, sure.

Deacon: Okay. Well, let's -- let's sit down and play pat-a-cake or dolls or whatever you do with little girls. I'm lost, so --

Macy: Okay. Well, pat-a-cake -- pat-a-cake's good, I guess.

Deacon: Okay. All right. You know, I spent some time with my son. But, I gotta tell you, this whole girl thing is -- I don't know -- it's like a new ball game or tea party or whatever.

Macy: You'll be great.

Deacon: Yeah. Well, it's still nice having a woman around.

Macy: Well, it's -- it's nice being here.

Deacon: Hey, you wanna hold her? Hmm?

Macy: Oh -- yeah, yeah.

Deacon: Okay. Come here.

Macy: That's okay?

Deacon: Yeah.

Macy: Oh, my goodness. Oh, my goodness. Hey. Oh, my goodness. How's that taste? Hey.


Brooke: I'm sorry, Nick. I just can't get my mind off Hope. What if Deacon leaves the country with her or something? Or what if he just turns away and something horrible happens?

Nick: I'm sure Hope is in very good hands.


Macy: Yes. Oh.

Deacon: Isn't she something?

Macy: Oh, yeah. She's beautiful. She's absolutely beautiful. Oh.


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