B&B Transcript Monday 8/11/03

The Bold and The Beautiful Transcript Monday 8/11/03

By Suzanne
Proofread by Becky

Brooke: Don't look so stunned. Haven't you been saying it for years? That I'm a home-wrecker. I ruined your life. I ruined your marriage. That is what you've been saying. What makes you think I won't do it again?


Nick: Well, look at that! Wonder which one you're staring at. And don't go drawing any funny faces on mine. No mustaches, nothing like that, because everybody's gonna know that you're the one who did it.

Ridge: Actually, I was desperately trying to see some kind of resemblance here.

Nick: Between the two of us? Oh, it's there.

Ridge: Really?

Nick: Maybe not so much in the face, but the way we think. Full speed ahead, damn the torpedoes.

Ridge: Good way to be.

Nick: Sometimes.

Ridge: And the rest of the time?

Nick: Gets us in trouble. Gets the people we care about in trouble.

Ridge: If you're referring to Brooke --

Nick: You know, Forrester, you just couldn't leave well enough alone, could you? You get her an attorney, she goes on the attack, and it all falls apart on you.

Ridge: I don't see it that way.

Nick: Well, that's the way I see it. Take the wedding. If you hadn't stuck your big ol' schnozz in it, none of this would be happening. Now a little boy may lose his home.


Rick: What -- my mom's not back yet?

Amber: No. You know, she's the last chance we have to get through to Macy.

Rick: Well, what was mom going to say to her?

Amber: I don't know.

Rick: Look, Amber, I think, at this point, we need to accept that --

Amber: Accept losing our child?

Nick: No. Look, Amber, this isn't permanent.

Amber: No. Not yet.

Rick: Our son is just going on a vacation with his other dad.

Amber: His other family. That's what they'll be when they get married. That's what's gonna happen. It's only a matter of time. Unless something stops that wedding. Something has to stop that wedding.


Sally: How you doing, Deacon?

Deacon: Hey, I'm good. Just -- just so you know, this is the real deal, you know?

Sally: Yes. It's very real. Is that all right with you?

Deacon: It's more than all right. I just, uh, I don't know what to do with it.

Sally: You mean you're used to having things go ass over teakettle?

Deacon: That -- that would be the technical term, right?

Sally: Yes, that is the technical term. But you don't have to memorize it because it's not gonna happen this time.

Deacon: Knock wood, huh?

Sally: You don't have to knock wood. I'm gonna share a little secret with you. Love, when you're doing it right, is easy.

Deacon: Thank you.

Sally: Thank you. Now, I think I'd better go and check on your bride.

Deacon: Okay. Hey Sal.

Sally: Hmm?

Deacon: Tell her I love her.

Sally: I will.


Deacon: Hey, Julie.

Julie: Deacon, congratulations.

Deacon: Thank you. Wow, you clean up pretty good there, counselor.

Julie: Well, thank you. This is my friend, Brian.

Deacon: Hi, Brian. Thanks for coming.

Julie: Listen, I don't know if you want to get into this now, but I did bring along the paperwork concerning your parental --

Deacon: You know, I -- I think everyone's stressed out enough. I just want to let it go and, at least for today, hope that everyone can come together.

Julie: I understand.

Deacon: Okay, thank you. Appreciate it.


Macy: Oh, my god. You know, I didn't think anything you did could surprise me, Brooke. But this is my wedding day!

Brooke: It's not as if it was a real wedding. And it certainly isn't a real marriage.

Macy: Oh, my god, it's the same rationalization, every time! Eric and Stephanie, Ridge and Taylor, Thorne and me. You ruin our lives, but "oh, they're not real marriages."

Brooke: I'm supposed to respect this relationship?

Macy: Yes, damn it ! When people take vows before god, yes!

Brooke: You didn't do it in good faith!

Macy: You're not the judge of that!

Brooke: Oh, yes, I am, Macy. Where your marriage is concerned, I'm the judge, the jury and the executioner.


Amber: It didn't work, whatever your mom said.

Little Eric: There's daddy!

Deacon: Hey, you, come here. Oh, there's my boy! Gimme a kiss. Oh, you look so handsome. Hey, does this thing smell good?

Rick: Well, I-- I don't see mom anywhere. Maybe she's still talking to Macy.


Macy: You may want to believe that Deacon is still in love with you --

Brooke: Don't you?

Macy: No. Given the fact that he can't even mention your name without --

brooke: Bitterness? Resentment? There's a lot of unresolved issues there.

Macy: I know what you're trying to do.

Brooke: I'm trying to stop you from making a terrible mistake. You don't know what you're doing, Macy. You're marrying for all the wrong reasons. So is deacon!

Macy: You don't know the first thing about --

Brooke: I do! I know exactly what Deacon's feeling. He's hurt. He's angry. But it wouldn't take too long to turn that around.

Macy: Oh, you're sick! You're sick. You're just demented!

Brooke: You think I'm enjoying this? I'm not. But I love my daughter, and I love little Eric, and I'm not gonna let you attack them!

Macy: I'm not attacking them, I'm fighting for him. He deserves to know his father.

Brooke: Talk about rationalization. You know exactly what's happening in the custody battle. Look, I don't hate you, Macy. And I'm not even interested in hurting you, unless, of course, you give me no choice. So call off the wedding.

Sally: What are you doing here? Get out. Get out of here, Brooke, right now, before I drag you out! Can you believe that woman? I cannot believe she would be as obnoxious as that. To come in here and upset you like that. What did she say to you?

Macy: Nothing. It's -- it's not important.

Sally: Yes, it is. It's very important. Tell me. What did she say to you?


Clarke: Perfect.

Deacon: Okay, watch your head. All right. Hey, look who I found. All right, ready? The big dismount! One, two, three! Hah-ho! There we go! Judges go wild!

Clarke: You are just who I've been looking for, young man.

Deacon: Hey, Clarke's been watching these for you.

Little Eric: Thanks, Clarke.

Clarke: You're welcome.

Deacon: He's a polite kid, isn't he?

Clarke: Yes.

Deacon: Hey, listen, here's what you're gonna do. You're gonna walk into the chapel -- no, don't drop those. You're gonna walk down the aisle, right? And you're gonna pass them off to Clarke, right? You got that?

Little Eric: No problem.

Deacon: Okay. All right, that's my boy.

Clarke: Here, let's practice now.

Deacon: Hey, did you guys -- did you guys bring his stuff for the trip?

Amber: Yeah.

Deacon: Okay.

Clarke: Come on, let's practice.

Deacon: Um, why don't you -- why don't you go put it in the trunk of my car? Or I -- I could do it.

Rick: No, it's fine, Deacon. I'll take care of it.

Deacon: Thanks, Rick. Um, Amber, I think we pretty much got everything settled here. You wanna go out the chapel and grab a seat? We're gonna get started.

Amber: How could you do this?

Deacon: Hey, Clarke? Um --

Clarke: Hey, let's go -- let's go practice doing this down the aisle, okay? Hold it straight. Good. Hup, two, three, four.

Deacon: Amber, don't start freaking out on me. It's -- it's a week. That's all it is.

Amber: It's not just a week, and you know it. You want him back.

Deacon: Amber, I don't know what else I can say to reassure you.

Amber: Let us adopt him.

Deacon: Forget it.

Amber: Come on, we'll give you visitation, anything you want --

Deacon: Amber, forget it! No!

Amber: You are trying take him!

Deacon: Look at yourself. You're getting worked up here for nothing.

Amber: What -- you don't think I see? You don't think I see the way you feel, the way Macy feels?

Deacon: We love him! What do you want? You gonna hold that against us?

Amber: No, I'm just scared, okay? He's -- he's a little boy, Deacon, he wouldn't understand. He would think that I abandoned him, or I did something horrible. Please, just don't do that to him!

Deacon: Shh, it's okay. Come on. Hey, you're forgetting who you're talking to. I gave him to you, and I did it -- come on, there's no one in this world who could've done a better job of raising him.

Amber: Not even Macy? Because that is what she wants. That's what she wants -- she wants to take my place. And that's why she's marrying you --

Deacon: All right, that's enough.

Amber: Come on, why don't you just wait a couple of months? You barely even know her --

Deacon: I'm not -- I'm not gonna do this with you! I'm not doing this right now. It is my wedding day. I am not gonna do this. Just go. Go.


Ridge: I don't give a damn. He's got a contract, we're holding him to it. Now, what were you saying?

Nick: Nothing.

Ridge: Yeah, you were. You were saying it's my fault Deacon and Macy are getting married, right?

Nick: Well, the chain of events started with you, yeah.

Ridge: Is that what you've been telling Brooke?

Nick: No. No, no. She'll see it when she's ready to see it, Forrester.

Ridge: And "it" would be what?

Nick: Well, that turning to you in a crisis generally leads to more crisis.

Ridge: Mmm, you don't know Deacon Sharpe.

Nick: No, I don't.

Ridge: The way he's ripped through this family.

Nick: Look, Forrester, I'll be the first one to admit I'm an outsider. But sometimes that's what it takes to get a fresh perspective on things.

Ridge: Oh, so you think Brooke should turn to you in a crisis, then?

Nick: Oh, god, no. She does just fine on her own. I wouldn't want to take her on, would you?


Amber: Did you talk to Macy?

Brooke: Yes.

Amber: She wouldn't listen to you?

Brooke: Oh, she heard me.

Amber: So, she's going to call off the wedding, huh?

Brooke: I really don't see how she could do anything else.


Macy: She's not gonna to do this me. Not again. Will you help me get dressed, mom?

Sally: Of course, darling. Let's go.

Macy: Did you -- did you see Deacon?

Sally: Yes, just now.

Macy: How was he?

Sally: Fine. Excited. Very much in love.

Macy: Really?

Sally: Well, of course, darling. What did you expect?

Macy: No last-minute jitters?

Sally: None. Not at all. How about you?

Macy: No. No.

Sally: Macy, what is it?

Macy: Oh, god, mom -- what if I'm wrong?

Sally: Wrong about what?

Macy: Deacon. This -- this wedding.

Sally: Oh, darling, just half an hour ago, you were thrilled. You were thrilled about everything. Oh, sweetheart, it's Brooke, isn't it? What did she say to you, Macy? Tell me. What did she say? Tell me or I'll go out there and drag it out of her myself --

Macy: She said he still loves her.

Sally: Oh, god! She said Deacon still loves her?

Macy: And that if she wanted him back, she could have him.

Sally: Oh, please, I don't want to hear this. I don't want to hear another word. This is insane. How dare that woman do this? How dare she come in here and upset you like that just as you're about to get married? Macy, darling, Brooke has already taken so much away from you. Don't let her poison this. This is your day. This is your chance for happiness.

Macy: Is it? Or am I just setting myself up again?

Sally: Oh, darling -- don't do this, Macy. Don't do this to yourself. You know Brooke. You know what she's capable of. That woman is capable of saying anything or doing anything to spoil your happiness. And to keep those children away from you.

Macy: But he did cheat on his first wife.

Sally: Oh, darling, that was a long time ago. And that wasn't a real marriage anyway. Now, what are you worried about? About Deacon repeating history and cheating on you with his mother-in-law? Darling, it's not going to happen. The man is simply not my type. Okay? All right?

Macy: You are -- you're a nut.

Sally: I know, darling. And so are you. You are an absolute nut, if you let Brooke manipulate you, and spoil this wonderful day for you.

Macy: He loves me.

Sally: Of course he does. Of course he does. Now, I think it's time we got you dressed, hmm?

Macy: Okay.

Sally: Let's go. Oh, Macy, this gown is so gorgeous. But -- oh, wait a minute. Look at all these buttons. I don't know how we're gonna get this on you. We're gonna be here all night! Oh, no, what has Clarke done.


Ridge: I don't see Brooke as a damsel in distress, if that's what you're accusing me of.

Nick: No accusations here, Forrester. I'm just trying to point out a pattern.

Ridge: Oh, so, I'm the one responsible for all the drama, is that it?

Nick: I'm sure your intentions are good.

Ridge: I'm not so sure about yours, though. You'd love it, wouldn't you, if I'd turn my back on her next time she needs help? That'd work out just peachy-keen for you, wouldn't it?

Nick: It's not how it'd work for me. It's how it'd work for Brooke. Let's face it, Deacon Sharpe has a right to be this child's father. If you hadn't butted in, they probably could've worked something out by now, and Brooke wouldn't be sitting at that wedding, watching her son and her daughter-in-law lose their child. Something to think about.


[Playing Johann Pachelbel's "Canon"]

Amber: It doesn't seem like Deacon knows.

Brooke: I thought she would've told him by now.

Amber: I just want to get my son and go home.

Rick: Well, there he is.

Deacon: Come here.

[Playing Richard Wagner's "wedding march"]

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