B&B Transcript Wednesday 11/05/03

The Bold and The Beautiful Transcript Wednesday 11/05/03

By Suzanne
Proofread by Becky

Sally: You know, I think one of you swell gentlemen ought to go out and buy some expensive cigars, because our lovely matron of honor here has a -- oh, what is that quaint expression? Ah, a bun in the oven.

[Crowd murmuring]

Brooke: How did you find out?

Jackie: Then it's true.

Massimo: Sally, I'm gonna have to ask you to leave. After all, this is my wedding.

Sally: Oh, Massimo, don't be such a party pooper. Come on. You should be thrilled. The Marone clan is growing by the hour.

Massimo: Clarke, get rid of her.

Sally: And as for you, Brooke, well, your karma is excellent, isn't it? Here you are -- beautiful, married to a handsome husband --

Clarke: Ms. Spectra, I think your car is waiting.

Sally: With a lovely family and a brand-new baby. Well, there's bad karma, too, you know.

Clarke: Right this way, Ms. Spectra.

Sally: And you are definitely due. I'll see to that!

Clarke: Come on, let's go. That's enough!

[Crowd whispering]


Jackie: So Brooke's pregnant? Oh, my god, Nicky. I mean -- you don't think -- could it be yours?

Nick: It's your wedding day, mother. We're not gonna talk about this.

Jackie: But darling, I mean, you have to admit the timing --

Nick: It is not important right now, okay?


Stephanie: Is this true?

Ridge: We didn't want to tell anyone until after the ceremony.

Massimo: My goodness. I'm gonna have another grandchild.

Brooke: Massimo, this is supposed to be your day.

Massimo: No, no, no, no. Don't you worry about that. Brooke, Ridge, this is wonderful.

Bridget: Congratulations, mom.

Brooke: Oh, thanks, honey.

Bridget: Wow. That's surprising.

Eric: Ridge, this is -- this is wonderful news.

Stephanie: I know how much you both wanted this.

Clarke: Sorry about that. I put Sally in one of the limos, and they are taking her home.

Massimo: Thank you, Clarke. Thank you very much.

Minister: Should we continue?

Massimo: Absolutely.

[Speaking Italian] let's go on with this.



Ridge: See you in a few minutes.

Brooke: Okay.

[Brooke sighs]


Jackie: Nicky, you have to talk to her. I mean, if there is even a chance that --

Nick: This is your moment, mother. Let's not keep the old man waiting.

[Harp music playing -- "traditional wedding march"]

Minister: Massimo and Jackie would like to welcome you all to their new home to witness their commitment to each other and their family. These two people were brought together by God, by the love they've been blessed to rediscover and the child he gave to them. That connection tethered Massimo and Jackie to each other across the years and the miles that separated them. It links them forever. It is an unbreakable bond, stronger than any vow they can make, any words they can say.


Deacon: I like the hat.

Sally: Oh, Deacon. You almost scared this swell hat right off my head. What are you doing here?

Deacon: Darla called me.

Sally: Darla?

Deacon: Yeah.

Sally: Where is she?

Deacon: She's gone. I --I wanted to talk to you alone.

Sally: Well, you certainly came at the right time for that. Because I am most definitely alone. I got no more company to run, my daughter's gone, and I have very few friends left in my corner.

Deacon: That's not true. Darla's very worried about you.

Sally: I know that, Deacon. But Darla can't really help me.

Deacon: No, maybe not. But I can, if you let me.


Minister: Massimo and Jacqueline, have you come here freely and without reservation to give yourselves to each other in holy matrimony?

Jackie: I have.

Massimo: I have.

Minister: And will you, Jacqueline, love and honor this man as your husband? Will you comfort him and keep him in sickness and in health, and forsaking all others, be ever faithful to him?

Jackie: I will.

Minister: Will you, Massimo, love and honor this woman as your wife? Will you comfort her and keep her in sickness and in health, and forsaking all others, be ever faithful to her?

Massimo: It will be my pleasure.

Minister: Now that you have declared your intentions before god, your family and friends, you can make your vows to each other.

Massimo: Jacqueline, these words are my pledge to you. But a promise is only as good as the determination that one does to fulfill it. I lost my chance to be with you years ago, because I didn't act. Because I didn't feel the courage to follow my heart. I suppose that could have been it, but instead, it was just the beginning. And as the years wore on, I carried your memory in my heart, as you carried a part of me with you. Our son. So, I promise you today that I will never pass up a chance to show you how much Ilove you. Every moment that we spend together, I will devote myself to you, Jacqueline, and to your happiness. Because nothing on this earth means more to me than that.

Jackie: And I pledge the same to you, Massimo. But more than just my devotion, I want to give you what I could not give you all those years ago -- the truth. And not just now, as I stand here expressing my deepest, deepest feelings to you, but in the future, when perhaps honesty may be a little more difficult. But it will be then that you will know just how much truly, truly love you. Because I won't hold back, you see. I will never, ever keep another secret from you. So, today, with the gladdest of hearts I say, "I do, I do, I do." And I always will. And in truth, I always have.

Minister: Ridge, may I have the rings? May god bless these rings which you give to each other as a sign of your everlasting union. Massimo, put this ring on Jacqueline's left hand.

Massimo: I give you this ring as a symbol of my love and fidelity.

Minister: Jacqueline, place this ring on Massimo's finger.

Jackie: I give you this ring as a symbol of my love and fidelity.

Minister: Now, we bow our heads and pray that god will protect and nurture the commitment Massimo and Jacqueline have made. Let no one divide what god has joined. Amen.

Stephanie: Amen.

Massimo: Amen.

Minister: Massimo and Jacqueline, you have pledged yourselves to each other by your vows and the exchange of rings. And now, it is my great honor to pronounce you, at last, husband and wife.


Bridget: And Massimo thinks you're the showman of the family.


Massimo: So, what do you say we let them hear something they've never heard before, huh? You know "tarantella." Okay? Ha, ha, ha. Dance with me, wife!

Jackie: Oh, my goodness. Oh.




Massimo: Come on. Come on. Come on.


Ridge: Want to go out there and try?

Brooke: Oh --

Ridge: Come on. It will do you good.

Brooke: I know something else that would do me good.

Ridge: What's that?

Brooke: You.




Oscar: This is some party, huh?

Bridget: Yeah. As long as they've waited to be together, it should be.

Massimo: Why are you just standing there?

Oscar: Oh, no. No, no, no, no, no.

Massimo: Let's go. Come on.

Bridget: Oh, god!

Massimo: That's it, Oscar. Don't forget your name is Marone.


Jackie: I wondered where you'gotten to.

Nick: You make an absolutely beautiful bride. Congratulations.

Jackie: Thank you, darling. Actually, I thought you'd be out there talking to Brooke.

Nick: Brook-- Brooke is inside, I assume, with her husband, where she belongs.

Jackie: You know, you can't ignore the subject, nick.

Nick: Mother, you know, you just got married. What do you say we enjoy it, huh?

Jackie: I am enjoying it. But I would enjoy it so much more if you'd just talk to Brooke about the baby.

Nick: It can't be my child.

Jackie: Well, if you were so sure about that, you wouldn't be out here brooding, would you?


Deacon: Sally, six months ago, I was exactly where you are right now. I was bitter, I was defeated, I didn't give a damn about the world or anyone in it. And then your daughter came along, and she changed my life. Now, you're one of the toughest broads I know. You're a survivor. You can get through this.

Sally: I'm not sure, deacon. I lost my lifeline. You know, I lost the one thing that I had that made it possible for me to keep going and survive almost anything that happened to me, that one thing. No matter what happened, no matter how bad it got, I kept going. When Macy was a little girl, her father, Adam, disappeared without a trace. But I kept going, and I raised her myself. And I kept my company going, too. And it's been like that ever since. No matter what happens, I keep pushing, I keep going. It's what's kept me alive, and it's fed my family, and it's protected all of those loyal spectra employees. And now, the company's gone. And now some mornings when I wake up, I got no place to go.

Deacon: Well, you will. What do you say to starting a new fashion house? You and me.

Sally: You mean start all over again from scratch?

Deacon: No, no. No, no, no. Start fresh. Quit pouring your energy into Brooke and Massimo and the Forresters. It's time we look to the future.

Sally: And beat them at their own game?

Deacon: Damn straight. I'm talking about a comeback, bigger, stronger than before.

Sally: You really think we can do it?

Deacon: Hey, look who you're talking to. I know we can do it.

Sally: Okay. Then we will.

Deacon: Yeah?

Sally: Yeah, we will.

Deacon: Yeah?

Sally: Uh-huh. We'll show 'em what we're made of. We'll show the whole world what sally spectra and her family is capable of.


Nick: Hey.

Brooke: Hi.

Nick: I didn't get a chance to catch you before you went down the aisle. Congratulations.

Brooke: Thanks.

Nick: Ridge must be over the moon.

Brooke: We both are. We just found out. We wanted to wait to tell everybody until after the wedding.

Nick: Right, sure. That's understandable.


Ridge: Ooh, thank you, thank you.

Samantha: Hey there.

Ridge: Hey there.

Samantha: How about a dance?

Ridge: I'd love to.


Nick: How far along are you?

Brooke: It's early yet.

Nick: Mm-hmm. What do you think, though, maybe -- a few weeks? You think it could have happened on your honeymoon?

Brooke: We're not sure.

Nick: But it could have? When you were in Puerto Vista. Is there a chance that --

Brooke: No.

Nick: You just said you weren't sure. I need to know if there's any chance that this child could be mine.

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