B&B Transcript Friday 7/23/04

The Bold and The Beautiful Transcript Friday 7/23/04

By Suzanne
Proofread by Becky

Ridge: Megan, I said I didn't want to be disturbed.

Thorne: I got the new proofs.

Ridge: You check them?

Thorne: Yeah, I checked them.

Ridge: Like the line any better now?

Thorne: Does it matter?

Ridge: Matters to me.

Thorne: What do I know? I'm just the "paper pusher."

Ridge: You were right about this one. The objections you had. I made the changes.

Thorne: Still works.

Ridge: Thorne, I don't want this collection to come between us.

Thorne: Ridge, if you made the changes to pacify me --

Ridge: I'm not pacifying you. I don't want to pacify you. I just want to work with you. I think if we can do that, this line could be really great.


Clarke: Think of what you like about these. Stand up a little more straight, okay? Thank you. Cindy, yeah, that looks good. There's something elegant about these. Well?

Sally: Well. They're not bad. I've seen worse. So, how many have we nailed so far? 50? 100?

Babs: Ten.

Sally: Ten? You're talking about a lousy ten orders? It's finally come to this, huh, Bucky? Spectra fashions has finally produced and knocked off a dud collection.

Clarke: I told you I had my concerns when I saw the original sketches.

[ Sally sighs ]

Sally: And of course, you didn't want to offer any part of your talent to make them look a little cuter.

Clarke: Sally, I could've designed you a beautiful original Garrison collection. However, you're the knock off queen, and you wanted to go back to our roots.

Sally: Okay, Bucky, I get the picture. Well, it's pretty obvious that our roots are withering. And if this collection is the best we can do, then this company is doomed.

Clarke: All right everybody, why don't we all just go on down to the cutting room or wherever. And let's give Sally some space and time, all right?

Darla: Clarke?

Clarke: Oh, Darla. Thank god.

Darla: I need to see sally.

Clarke: Not a moment too soon. Go on in. I knew you wouldn't let her down.

Darla: Hey, Sal. I thought you might need a little cheering up.

Sally: What's this?

Darla: Something that I think would mean a lot to you.


Caitlin: You want to come in?

Rick: I should probably get going.

Caitlin: No, it's okay. My dad's at the firehouse.

Rick: So, there's nobody home?

Caitlin: Come on. You're letting all the air conditioning out. I wanted to thank you for today.

Rick: Couldn't you just thank me on the porch?

Caitlin: Not like this.

Samantha: Caitlin?

Caitlin: Mom? I didn't know you were home.

Samantha: Obviously.

Rick: I should -- I should go.

Samantha: Not until somebody tells me what's going on.

Caitlin: Nothing. It's fine. I'm okay. Rick was just bringing me home.

Samantha: Home? From where? From his place?

Caitlin: Yes. We were just hanging out, mom.

Samantha: I saw what you were doing. Do you know how old Caitlin is?

Caitlin: Mom!

Samantha: Fine. If you don't want to talk to me, you can explain it to your father.

Caitlin: No. You can't tell dad.

Rick: You know, maybe I should talk to your father and --

Samantha: Maybe you should.

Caitlin: We went for a swim. That was it! I don't know why you're making this such a big deal.

Samantha:  Caitlin, because it is a big deal. You left work early without telling anyone. I called and I couldn't find you. And you're out with an older man?

Caitlin: You're making it sound like something dirty, and it's not.

Samantha: Honey, I remember what it was like to be your age. It's easy to make mistakes.

Caitlin: We were just kissing.

Samantha: But if you get carried away --

Rick: We haven't. We didn't. And we're not going to. Look, I know where to draw the line. I want to protect Caitlin just as much as you do.

Samantha: I doubt that.

Caitlin: Stop it. God. I never should have told you anything. I thought I could trust you.

[ Samantha sighs ]

Samantha: You can.

Caitlin: Not if you're gonna tell dad. Are you?


Ridge: Thorne, we both want the same things. What's best for this company. We just disagree on what that is.

Thorne: Minor detail.

Ridge: It's a hurdle. But we can get over it. If you're willing to face the real problem here.

Thorne: And that is?

Ridge: I think you know.

Thorne: My wife.

Ridge: I said some things I probably shouldn't have. I was angry.

Thorne: I'm not the one you should be apologizing to, Ridge.

Ridge: Darla doesn't want my apology.

Thorne: How do you know that?

Ridge: Because I talked to her. At least, I tried to.

Thorne: Well, after the way you treated her, Ridge, I don't blame her.

Ridge: No, I understand her being angry. But it was more than that. She said to me, "don't underestimate me. That would be a big mistake." What do you think she meant by that?


Sally: Thank you, Darla. That's very sweet. But I'm just not in the mood to open presents right now. Later, okay?

Darla: Sure.

Sally: Actually, you know, it's very unlike me to be willing to punch a gift horse in the mouth, but --

Darla: I understand, I understand. There's a lot going on. You have a lot on your mind.

Sally: Yeah, actually, that's true. I've been thinking a lot about Saul lately. I've been thinking a lot about Saul. Remembering how he was. What a genius he was at this game. I don't think I ever really appreciated him enough.

Darla: Oh, you loved him.

Sally: Of course I loved him. Of course I did. We all loved him. But I've been remembering how useful he was, how important and how much I needed him. Particularly at times like these. You remember how he was. Him and his contacts. Saul had an army of fashion experts. Spies, the kind of spies that would make the K.G.B. green with envy. You can't buy loyalty like that. You don't find it on a resume, either. It takes years to develop that kind of thing. And I'm just afraid that Spectra Fashions is finally starting to run out of time.

Darla: Sally, you still have the same kind of people around you now. I know you're a little down now, but I'm hoping that what I brought you will put a smile on your face.


Thorne: Darla wasn't threatening you. She was sticking up for herself.

Ridge: You didn't see the way she looked at me.

Thorne: You know what? You want to work together, let's stay off the topic of my wife, okay? Because I'm not gonna let you insult her.

Ridge: I got it.

Thorne: You do?

Ridge: Yeah. I don't need another reminder.

Thorne: Ridge, give Darla a chance, okay? She's good for me, man. And she's good for this family. You'll see that.

Ridge: Tell you what, I'll keep an open mind about your wife if you keep an open mind about my designs.

[ Thorne sighs ]

Thorne: I'll try.

Ridge: So will I.


Darla: You know there's nothing I wouldn't do for you, Sal. That's never gonna change.

Sally: Thank you, sweetheart.

Darla: I may be a Forrester now, and I don't work here any more, but this is always going to be my home.

Sally: Well, you're right about that, sweetheart. This place is going to be your home, as long as the name "Spectra" is there on the door. Of course, I can't exactly promise you how long that's going to be, but --

Darla: Oh, honey. I will always be here for you, Sally. Whenever you need me.


Samantha: Caitlin, your father would want to know about this.

Caitlin: You're just going to worry him. For no reason.

Samantha: Caitlin, he trusts you.

Caitlin: Well then, that should tell you something. I am a very responsible person, and I always have been. I'm not going to do anything stupid.

Rick: You know, there's another issue here. Caitlin's job. It's an incredible opportunity, and if Hector were to overreact --

Caitlin: Rick's worried he'd pull me off the line. Honestly, I'm more worried that Ridge will pull Rick off the line.

Samantha: Wait. What does Ridge have to do with any of this?

Rick: Ridge doesn't want me seeing Caitlin, either.

Samantha: Wonderful. I just can't feel good about this.

Caitlin: Mom, just, just trust me. Okay? Please?

Samantha: All right. I won't say anything, for now.

Caitlin: Thank you.

Rick: I'm just going to go.

Samantha: Caitlin.

Caitlin: I'm just going to say good-bye. I'm sorry about that.

Rick: No, I'm sorry. This is exactly the kind of thing I wanted to avoid.

Caitlin: No, she just freaked out a little bit.

Rick: Everyone is going to react like that.

Caitlin: You can't give up now.


Clarke: Darla brought you something?

Sally: Oh. Yeah, another birthday present.

Clarke: What is it?

Sally: I don't know. She said it was something that would cheer me up.

Clarke: Well, open it. All right, I will. God. Sally.


Ridge: What do you say we take a look at these proofs? What are these?

Thorne: I must have grabbed the wrong envelope. These are the pictures from Sally's birthday party.

Ridge: Weren't you there?

Thorne: No, I was too busy.

Ridge: Just as well. We can't have our president fraternizing with the enemy.

Thorne: The enemy? She's practically my mother-in-law, Ridge

Ridge: Thorne, do I have to remind you how many collections Sally has stolen from us?

Thorne: Sally would not do that.

Ridge: This is Sally Spectra we're talking about?

Thorne: She wouldn't drag Darla into this, if that's what you're implying.

Ridge: I'm not implying anything. I just see pictures like this, it makes me a little bit nervous.

Thorne: Well, don't be, because Darla would never cross that line. Never.


Clarke: I don't believe it.

Sally: What? Let me see.

Sally: Ingénue?

Clarke: She did it.

Sally: Oh, there's got to be some mistake. "Happy birthday, Sally." Darla gave this to me.

Clarke: She said it would cheer you up.

Sally: This is Forrester's new collection.

Clarke: What did she say when she dropped it off?

Sally: She said there was nothing in the world she wouldn't do for me.

Clarke: See, it's no mistake. Darla loves you, she wants to help.

Sally: Well, I know that, Carke, but she's married to Thorne Forrester. I mean, we knock off this collection, there's going to be hell to pay.

Clarke: Well, obviously, she thinks it's worth the risk.

Sally: I don't know, Clarke. I've got to be absolutely sure about this.

Clarke: Oh, come on, Sally. Darla wouldn't do something like this without thinking.

[ Phone rings ]

Darla: Hello?

Sally: Hello, Darla. It's Sally.

Darla: Hi, Sal. Did you open my gift?

Sally: Yes, yes. I just opened it.

Darla: Did you like them?

Sally: Honey, of course. Darla, are you absolutely sure you wanted to give me these?

Darla: Of course. I knew how much they'd mean to you. That's why I took 'em.

Sally: You know, at my birthday party, I really was behaving like a drama queen there. I'm sure I made things sound a lot more serious than they were. I mean, honey, what I'm trying to say is, I was overreacting like always. You really didn't have to do this for me.

Darla: Oh, please. It’s no big deal, really. I just went to Thorne's computer, turned it on and printed them out.

Sally: Darla, honey, all I can say is you are -- you're an absolute angel. I mean, you've made a miracle for us here. I just- I don't know how to thank you. It's just a miracle.

Darla: Good. I was hoping you'd feel that way.

Sally: Thank you, honey. Thank you, Darla. I mean, this has got to be the best birthday present I've ever gotten.

Darla: Oh, you're welcome. Bye, Sal.

Sally: Amazing. I'd never have believed she had it in her.

Sally: Hello? Attention all Spectra Fashions employees, this is your fearless leader speaking. I want all of the heads of the departments in my office, on the double. This is an order.

Faith: What is it, Sally?

Sally: I wish to announce that a miracle has happened.

Employees: What?

Sally: This company is going to be successful again. A miracle has happened.

[ Laughter ]Sally:  Spectra Fashions is coming back. Bigger and better than ever.

[ Employees cheer ]

Sally: okay, now, beat it. Get back to work. What do you think I'm runnin' here? Come on, get out. It is a miracle, you know? It is manna from heaven, Clarke. Or, maybe I should say, manna from the desk of Ridge Forrester, hmm? He is never going to know what hit him. Or who.


Ridge: I heard you were in the building.

Darla: Keeping tabs on me now?

Ridge: Should I be?

Darla: You sound a little paranoid. Do I really frighten you that much?

Ridge: Thorne and I are mending fences, Darla. I don't want any more trouble with you.

Darla: Oh, but you're the great and powerful Ridge Forrester. What could I possibly do to cause any trouble for you?


Sally: Einstein. Our own little hometown genius, Bucky. She actually did it. She is still one of us.

Clarke: You sound surprised.

Sally: I am. I'm astonished. But not as surprised as the Forresters are going to be. They are in for the shock of their lives. Oh, yes.

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