B&B Transcript Friday 4/30/04

The Bold and The Beautiful Transcript Friday 4/30/04

By Boo
Proofread by Becky

Hector: Dead? Samantha believes our daughter is dead?

Priscilla: Yes.

Hector: Is that how she justifies abandoning her? How she goes on with her life?

Priscilla: We all have our own way of coping with things. Despite what you may seem to think about samantha, she is not a heartless monster. Seeing you, talking about the child she gave up, must be very overwhelming for her.

Hector: No. There was more to it than that. There was a look in her eyes, like she truly believed her daughter died. How can that be? Sam's got to know her daughter's alive. Doesn't she?

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Ali: Here's your double espresso, Madame. Would you like anything else? Um, maybe a piece of that cheesecake you love so much? Caty? Hey, is something wrong?

Caitlin: Oh, I just -- I have a lot on my mind.

Ali: Well, I have a break in a little bit. You wanna talk about it?

Caitlin: Not really. But thanks anyway, Ali.

Ali: Well, I'll be around if you change your mind.

Samantha: Um, an espresso, please. No, actually -- I'm not planning to go home anytime soon. Make it a double. I'll be up there. Mind if I sit?

Caitlin: Oh, no, of course not, Sam. Please have a seat.

[ Caitlin sighs ] So, what brings you here?

Samantha: I needed a pick-me-up.

Caitlin: Yeah, me, too.

Samantha: At this rate, we're gonna be up all night.

Caitlin: Fine by me. Sleeping is the last thing I want to do right now.

Samantha: Why's that? Caitlin, you're obviously upset. Did something happen?

Caitlin: Well, after I went home from being at the office with you, I couldn't stop thinking about my mom. I don't know. Maybe it was all that talk about my birthday and Mother's day. But I'm even having these dreams about her. And they really freak me out.

Samantha: Has this ever happened before?

Caitlin: It used to happen all the time when I was a kid, but I thought that I was past all that.

Samantha: I guess there's some things you just never get over.

Caitlin: But it's been worse than ever lately, and I don't understand why. Sam, I miss my Mom so much, it actually hurts.

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Thorne: All right, guys, that's perfect. Bring up the other chair and table, and make sure it goes right here, okay? Oh, and I want you to find the biggest spotlight in the building to highlight this -- "Thorne Forrester, President."

Man: You got it.

Stephanie: Hi.

Eric: Well, looks like you're making yourself at home.

Thorne: Well, I've got to admit, it feels pretty good.

Stephanie: It's the perfect fit.

Thorne: Well, I'm gonna make you two very proud. I promise you that.

Stephanie: Honey, we're already proud of you.

Thorne: Well, you ain't seen nothing yet, mother. I cannot believe that this is my office. Right across the hall from my old man. I mean, who would have figured, me and Dad running this business together?

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Thomas: Dad, I -- heard about Nick and Brooke. I know they're engaged, in Hawaii. It must be killing you.

Ridge: I don't want to talk about it.

Thomas: Just know if you ever do want to talk about it, I miss Brooke, and the girls do, too. We all miss her. So we kind of understand what you're going through. I'm so sorry, Dad.

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Thorne: Finally.

Stephanie: Finally what?

Thorne: I'm finally out of Ridge's shadow, and I'm getting my chance to shine.

Eric: Thorne, I hope you haven't felt --

Thorne: Dad, I have felt nothing but grateful to be a part of this family. But things have changed now, and I'm your firstborn son. And now I'm going to get my chance to show you what I can do. And with the two of us running this company, the Forrester glory days are back. And the best is yet to come.

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Thomas: Here you go, Dad. I figured you probably haven't eaten in a while.

Ridge: Thanks.

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Samantha: Thanks. What kind of dreams do you have about your mom?

Caitlin: Well, they're always the same. At first, she's holding me, and it just -- it feels so good. And we stay like that for a while. I can smell her, I can hear her breathing. But then when I look up at her, she's gone. I can't see her face. And that's when I wake up crying for my mom. It happens every time. I feel like my heart is in my throat, and I can't breathe, like I'm about to die.

Samantha: Oh, you poor thing.

Caitlin: I thought it was all behind me. I have to put it all behind me. Because I'm never going to know what it feels like to have my Mom hold me. And that's all there is to it.

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Priscilla: What do you think? Of course she knew her daughter was alive. She gave birth to the child, for heaven's sakes.

Hector: Gave birth to her, and then gave her to me. But you were the one who actually brought me the baby, along with the adoption papers. So what you're saying is, Samantha didn't have the guts to do it herself?

Priscilla: She was already dealing with too many things. She was trying to get on with her life.

Hector: A life that didn't include me, or her own child. That's what you told me.

Priscilla: Like I said, she was overwhelmed.

Hector: No, she was grieving. She was heartbroken over her child.

Priscilla: Of course she was.

Hector: You said Sam didn't want to be with us. But that's not the Sam that I saw tonight.

Priscilla: Try not to be so hard on Samantha. After all, she was just a baby herself back then. Certainly too young to be dealing with motherhood.

Hector: That was your worst nightmare, wasn't it? Having a pregnant teenage daughter. The shame of it all. That's why you left L.A. I'll never forget the look on your face. You would have done anything to keep me out of her life. When Sam gave birth to our baby, you told her she died, didn't you? Answer me, Priscilla. Does Sam really think our baby is dead?

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Samantha: I think your mother would be very proud of you.

Caitlin: I sometimes wonder what she would think of me, what I'm doing with my life. To have just one minute with her --

Samantha: What?

Caitlin: Nothing. I just feel really bad for putting all of this on you, Sam. You must think I'm really strange.

Samantha: Not at all. I know what it feels like to long for someone who's gone.

Hector: Answer me, damn it. When Caitlin, your granddaughter, was born, you were there, right?

Priscilla: Of course, I was there.

Hector: Then Sam should have known her daughter was born. She should have known she was alive.

Priscilla: Haven't we already been over this?

Hector: No, I don't think we have. You see, obviously Sam thinks her daughter is dead, so either she's in complete denial, or she's been lied to. Which is it, Priscilla? Either you tell me, or I'm going straight to Sam.

Priscilla: Fine. You want the truth? Yes, I was there for the delivery. Samantha had a planned c-section, but she didn't know it was planned. She thought there were complications. Then before she woke from the surgery, I took the baby.

Hector: And Sam?

Priscilla: She never knew. I told her the child had died in childbirth. Then I gave you the baby, and tried to pick up the pieces of my daughter's life. Not that there were very many left over, thanks to you.

Hector: Oh, my god.

Priscilla: So that is your truth. That's why Samantha thinks her child is dead. That's why she never contacted you. All the more reason for you to stay away from us.

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Eric: Thorne, I have to say, this is a side of you I've never seen before.

Thorne: Dad, I feel eight feet tall, like I can do anything.

Eric: Like introducing my new collection? You and I have a lot of work to do here. We have to book domestic advertising space.

Thorne: Done.

Eric: We have to coordinate our release schedules with international.

Thorne: Done.

Eric: Competitive intelligence.

Thorne: I'm on top of it. Dad, I've told you, I've got it all covered.

Stephanie: You two are having too much fun. I'm out of here. I'll see you at home. Keep up the good work, honey.

Thorne: Thanks, Mom.

Eric: I'm glad you're excited about this, Thorne. I am, too.

Thorne: Dad, that's an understatement. You know, between the two of us, I always hoped that this would happen. Of course, I guess every kid does, huh? Working side by side with his Sad.

Eric: You're finally coming into your own.

Thorne: I just needed your faith and your confidence.

Eric: You have it.

Thorne: Yeah, well, now I have a daughter and a family, and I have to come through for them. And it's happening, you know? My life is finally coming together in every way.

Eric: You deserve this, Thorne.

Thorne: Thanks, Dad. Thanks.

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Thomas: Whoa, Dad. Where are you going?

Ridge: Home.

Eric: Yeah.

Ridge: Looks like a tornado hit this place.

Eric: Ridge, I'm surprised to see you.

Ridge: Yeah? I just wanted to thank you.

Eric: For what?

Ridge: That little present you left me earlier.

Eric: What? Oh, oh! Oh, the sketchpad, and the pencils, and --

Ridge: Yeah, yeah. All those, yeah. It turns out that that was exactly what I needed.

Eric: Really?

Ridge: Yeah.

Eric: Well, I thought it might be.

Ridge: With Nick and Brooke engaged, and over there in Hawaii, I figured I could either go over there and beat him to a pulp, or I could put my energies into something constructive.

Eric: Into your creativity.

Ridge: Yeah.

Eric: Your artistry.

Ridge: Yeah.

Eric: Hmm. You are an artist, Ridge. Come on, you're not a sailor.

Ridge: Yeah. I have something for you.

Eric: Really? It wouldn't be designs, would it? Well, come on, don't keep me in suspense. Let me see.

Ridge: I'm a little rusty.

Eric: Oh, wow. Look at that. Well, this is -- this is breathtaking, Ridge.

Ridge: Yeah?

Eric: Sensual. Clearly inspired. My God, these are really gonna put Logan on the map.

Ridge: I don't think so.

Eric: What do you mean, you don't think so? Brooke's going to go nuts over these. Are you kidding? They're phenomenal.

Ridge: There's something about these that really screams Forrester Creations, don't you think?

Eric: What are you saying?

Ridge: I'm saying that even though I have Massimo Marone's blood flowing through my veins, in my heart, I've only had one Father. You're the man who raised me, was there for me, taught me so much of what I know. I want to come back, to Forrester. To be a team with you again, like we used to be. I think you're at the top of your game, dad, and I want to be right there, designing with you.

Eric: Wow. It's almost too much to hope for, and now -- and now, here you are.

Ridge: I want this again. I want to come back to where I grew up. And I realize I've put you through a hell of a lot the last while.

Eric: Don't you do that. Don't you -- don't you apologize. Just to hear you say those words, that you want to come back here to Forrester, means more to me than anything. Anything.

Ridge: I want to come back here to my old office. I want to be right across the hall from you. I think you are at the top of your game, dad, and I want to be right there beside you. The two of us running this place just like we used to. But I need to know that you want this, too.

Eric: Of course I want it. I've wanted this for so long. Ridge, of course I want you back here. It means so much to me to hear you say those words. And now you're back home. My number one son, back where he's supposed to be.

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Priscilla: I did what I thought was the best for my daughter. And for better or worse, it's done.

Hector: Oh, no, it's not. Not for Caitlin. She needed a mother, and she could have had one. My God, do you have any idea what you've taken from my daughter? How much she has suffered? What she has been through? How different our lives would have been if it weren't for you?

Priscilla: Perhaps. But you can't get the years back, Hector. Your child is grown, and so is mine. Life goes on. And there is nothing we can do now.

Hector: The hell there isnít. I'm gonna put an end to your lies right now. I'm gonna tell Samantha the truth about her daughter.

Priscilla: No. Hector, don't you dare! Hector, come back --

Hector: You can't stop me!

Stephanie: What is this all about?

Hector: I was about to commit a murder.

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