B&B Transcript Monday 5/10/04

The Bold and The Beautiful Transcript Monday 5/10/04

By Boo
Proofread by Becky

Priscilla: I know how upset you are, Samantha. Tell me what I can do to make it up to you.

Samantha: Is it just that simple for you? You do something wrong, and you make it right. That your teenage daughter gets pregnant, and you get rid of the baby. That's not how normal people think, Mother. You're sick.

Stephanie: I think you need some time to talk to each other alone --

Samantha: No, Stephanie. Please. I need you here. The Forresters have been more family to me than my own ever was, and now I understand why.

Priscilla: I'm still your mother, Samantha. No amount of wishful thinking is going to change that.

Samantha: You don't have a clue what it means to be a Mother. You were supposed to protect me, to love me.

Priscilla: That's precisely why I did what I did.

Samantha: What, that you lied to me, and that you lied to Hector? That you robbed me of my child all of these years, out of love?

[ Priscilla sighs ]

Priscilla: I can understand why this would be hard for you to understand, but this is the truth.

Samantha: Since when have you ever told the truth? You told me that my baby -- my precious little daughter was dead. You saw the hell that I was going through. And knowing that you could have spared me that pain, that you could put her back in my arms, you still never said a word.

Priscilla: I almost did -- many, many times. But I was afraid if I had told you what I had done, you would never forgive me.

Samantha: I'll never forgive you for not telling me. I can't stand to look at you. Get out.


Caitlin: Dad?

Hector: Oh, sweetheart, I didn't mean to wake you.

Caitlin: Oh, that's all right. I couldn't sleep anyway.

Caitlin: I have these designs I want to show Samantha, this woman I'm working with at Logan Designs.

Hector: You really like working over there, don't you?

Caitlin: Mm-hmm. It's awesome. I mean, I don't really know Samantha that well, but for some reason I feel like I've known her forever. Does that make any sense?

Hector: Perfect.

Caitlin: Is everything all right?

Hector: Never better. I have something amazing planned for your birthday tomorrow.

Caitlin: No, Dad, I told you, I don't want to celebrate it.

Hector: Trust me on this one, Caity. This is going to be your best birthday yet.


Jackie: Deacon, what are you doing?

Deacon: Surfing the net here. Okay, we need to figure out what we need to read the paternity test. Then we can get busy figuring out who the hell this kid's father is. What are you doing?

[ Jackie laughs ]

Jackie: Surfing is not my sport.

Deacon: Jackie, you'd better consider getting yourself a wetsuit. Because if we don't get to the bottom of this real soon -- honey, I'm afraid you are headed for a wipeout.


Hector: Hopefully, this surprise will more than make up for postponing your celebration.

Caitlin: I was actually kinda glad we put it off. It felt kinda weird having my birthday on Mother's day.

Hector: Because it reminds you of losing your Mom.

Caitlin: Yeah. Like I said, I don't really feel like celebrating this year. It just makes me sad thinking of her. And I know that it makes you sad, too.

Hector: This year is going to be different.

Caitlin: No, I'd rather just forget about it.

Hector: Not a chance. Caitlin, tomorrow's going to be such a special day. For you, for Jimmy -- for all of us.

Caitlin: What do you have up your sleeve?

Hector: An arm.

[ Caitlin laughs ]

Caitlin: No -- hey, Dad! Come on. What's the big surprise?

Hector: Good things come to those who wait, all right?

[ Caitlin sighs ]

Caitlin: Okay.

Hector: And this one couldn't happen to a sweeter girl.

Caitlin: I love you, Dad.

Hector: I love you, too, sweetheart. Now get some rest, okay?

Caitlin: Okay.

Hector: Because tomorrow is a very big day.

Caitlin: Oh, okay. Good night.

Hector: Good night.

[ Hector sighs ]


Stephanie: Priscilla, give her some time alone.

Priscilla: I'm not going anywhere, darling, until I make you understand why I made the choice that I did, as deplorable as it may seem now.

Samantha: Taking my child should never have been a choice.

Priscilla: It may not seem like anything you'd understand now. But all I was doing was giving you a chance to have a life.

Samantha: I had a life, Mother, with a man that I loved, and a child that I wanted, and you snatched it all away!

Priscilla: I wanted you to have all that -- love, a family -- just not as a teenager.

[ Samantha laughs ]

Samantha: So because it didn't fit into your timetable, that gave you the right to take it away? Why don't you be honest for just once in your life, Mother. You weren't protecting me. It was about you. It's always been about you. And that's all you have now.


Deacon: Jackie, I'm doing this for your own good. You got a good head on those pretty shoulders. I want you think real carefully about the ramifications of keeping this secret.

Jackie: Yeah? Like what?

Deacon: I don't know. Like, ah, what if something happens to the kid down the road?

Jackie: Oh!

Deacon: I'm not the grim reaper here, but I am a realist. If he goes to the hospital and they take a blood test -- come on, with all the technology they have now, the entire secret blows up.

Jackie: Yeah, but it could still blow up in my face if I tell them now --

Deacon: We are talking about a much bigger disaster! Come on, look, by this time, Nick is bonded with this kid. They've spent years together. They're attached. You not only -- Jackie, you not only have ruined your son's life, he'll never speak to you again.


Massimo: Dominick, your mother and I were only trying to help. Believe me. But I promise you, from now on, we will keep our nose out of your business.

Nick: I know you just want to be a good father, but you don't have to try so hard. You already are.

Massimo: Well, that certainly is nice to hear. But I wish your brother felt the same way.

Nick: Ridge is mad at me, not you.

Massimo: Oh, that's what I thought, until --

[ Massimo sighs ] He gave me back his Marone ring. We're not in a very good place right now, I'm afraid.

Nick: I didn't mean to tear this family apart like this. I'm sorry.

Massimo: No, no, Dominick, you have nothing to feel guilty about. You are doing what is best for your son, and that is honorable! And Ridge -- well, Ridge will come to see that.

Nick: Well, I hope you're right. You know, I can be a real "Payne" sometimes, don't you think?

Massimo: Oh, come on.

Nick: No? Well, I for one am tired of being a "Payne" -- in the neck, or any kind for that matter.

Massimo: What are you talking about?

Nick: What do you think of the name Nick Marone?

Massimo: Wait a second. Are you saying -- ?

Nick: I'd like to carry on the family name. I'd like my son to carry the name on as well.

Massimo: Oh, god, Dominick. You have no idea how badly I have wanted that. Have you, my son and my grandson, to take on the family name -- oh, god! I just didn't want to pressure you.

Nick: I appreciate that.

Massimo: But now that you brought it up, I would like to case my vote on your son's first name. If you don't mind, all right? Now, see, this is what I think. I think that Dominick Marone, Jr. Has a nice ring to it. What do you say?

Nick: Junior?

Massimo: Yeah.

Nick: Maybe I ought to pass that by Brooke first.

[ Massimo laughs ]

Massimo: Oh! Who would've ever guessed it, huh -- two old salts standing around, coming up with a name for your son -- my grandson of all things.

Nick: I think this kid's making me soft.

Massimo: No. No, Dominick. No, not at all. What this kid is doing is making you stronger. He's changing your life, for the better.


Jackie: Okay, okay, okay! You have made your gruesome point, all right? But how do you plan to get the samples anyway to run another bloody paternity test?

Deacon: Come here. Check this out. Listen. Although this is not the preferred method, you can still get results by taking a hair from one of the potential father's scalps. You then extract the DNA or something from the follicle.

Jackie: Oh, okay. Oh! So you're going to start pulling hairs from Nick and Ridge's heads?

Deacon: It says that "if only one of the potential fathers is available, you can still get a conclusive result." And so, we just need one potential daddy, one potential hair. You know what occurs to me is that Nick has been under a tremendous amount of stress lately. I'm sure he's gotten a few new gray hairs. We wouldn't want to tarnish that golden boy image.

Jackie: Oh.

Deacon: Jackie -- Jackie, listen. You can do this. You can do this. All you have to do is discreetly pull a hair -- it can be gray, it can be blond.

Jackie: Oh, god.

Deacon: Come on. All you gotta do is, you know, play the pestering mother routine. That shouldn't be too hard. He's never gonna know what hit him. Or plucked him.

[ Jackie sighs ]

Jackie: Can't I just take one from his pillow?

Deacon: No, no, no, no, no, no! It's gotta be a live follicle. Now here's the tricky part -- we have to get the original results. We have to be able to match it from Nick's hair to the baby's DNA.

Jackie: Well, that's impossible, isn't it? I mean, we can't just march into Dr. Paxson's old office and demand the paternity test results.

Deacon: All right, all right. You might be right about that. We may have to -- we might have to be a little more creative.


Priscilla: How can you think my motives were purely selfish, when I have helped you gain so much? Just look at what you've been able to achieve since then. You've become a world-renowned interior designer, not to mention traveling around the world.

Samantha: Because nothing ever felt like home. Because I was searching for something that was missing from my life. I was desperately trying to fill this hole in my heart. Do you even know what that is, mother -- a heart? I always thought there was something wrong with me. I didn't date. I never seemed to love. When you knew what I needed -- my family was here all along. How could you take that away from your own daughter?

Priscilla: You're not the only one who has suffered. I left my life in Los Angeles and moved across the country, so I could give you a fresh start.

Samantha: Am I supposed to feel sorry for you?

Priscilla: I just want you to understand that it hasn't been easy for me, either.

Samantha: I will never understand your sick, twisted mind. Or how you could do the things that you did to me -- to my child -- to hector. Never.

Priscilla: Not a day has gone by that I didn't think about what I had done. The damage that I have caused. And it has weighed very heavily on my heart. And yes, I do have one.

Samantha: So that's supposed to be your pathetic attempt at an apology?

Priscilla: I regret what I have done, more than I can say. But that was a long time ago. Things were different then. It was a different time. And I hope that I'm a different person now. That being said, I think it's time to put it everything behind us and move on.

Samantha: Just like that.

Priscilla: The sooner we move on, the better. I assume you're going to see your daughter tomorrow. I'd like to be there. Perhaps I can help.

Samantha: No. I don't want you to inflict any more of your so-called "help" on my daughter. You're not family to me anymore.

Samantha: I have a new family -- the one that you kept from me. And I want you to stay away from them. And while you're at it, stay the hell away from me, too!

Priscilla: Samantha! Please, don't shut me out of your life!

Samantha: You told me that my daughter was dead. But she isn't. You're the one who is dead. Good-bye, mother.

Priscilla: She doesn't mean that. She's just emotional.

Stephanie: No, Priscilla. I'm afraid not. I don't think she's ever gonna forgive you.


[ Phone ringing ]

Samantha: Hello?

Hector: Hi, it's me. I'm glad you're home.

Samantha: Not a moment too soon.

Hector: Are you okay?

Samantha: Yeah, I just saw my mother.

Hector: Oh, no.

Samantha: Yeah. We really had it out. Pretty ugly.

Hector: Well, you don't have to worry about your mother any more. Okay, she's part of our past. And we are moving towards the future -- our future, with our daughter.

Samantha: That sounds so good.

Hector: We're all here waiting for you, Sam. We're going to talk to Caitlin first thing tomorrow and start making up for lost time.

Samantha: There's nothing I want more.

Hector: Me, too. Good night.


[ Jackie chuckling ]

Jackie: No. No, no, no, no. This is your idea, Deacon. Me -- ? I'm quite happy with the way things are.

Deacon: Are you? I mean, really? Wouldn't you like to get out from underneath this burden and just kick back and enjoy Nick and Brooke living a life together not based on a lie? Jackie, I'm not doing this to hurt you. Hell, I'm doing this to help you. All right, I'm going to get busy tracking down the baby's DNA make up. You make with the plucking, all right?

Jackie: Why? I mean, why, Deacon, are you really, really doing this for me?

Deacon: Because you're about the only friend I've got. And I care about Brooke still, okay? So, you know, I care about my daughter. And if Nick does turn out to be the father I got a hell of a better shot at spending time with my kid then the Forrester’s are ever going to give me.

Jackie: You're right. He could never keep you away from Hope.

Deacon: Okay, then, all right? Then we have to get this done, now, for everybody.

Jackie: What if Ridge is the father? My god, what will it do to Nicky?


[ Nick singing ]

Row, row, row your boat gently down the stream

when you meet your old man I hope that you don't scream

Nick: Dominick Marone, Jr. Definitely has a ring to it.

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