B&B Transcript Wednesday 12/29/04 [an error occurred while processing this directive]

The Bold and The Beautiful Transcript Wednesday 12/29/04

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By Boo
Proofread by Becky

Deacon: Would you all join me raising your glasses just one more time to Jackie? Jackie, I want to thank you so much for everything you've done for the company, and what you've done for me. You know, an opportunity like this, it really only comes along once in a lifetime. And so does a person like you.

Jackie: Thank you.

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[ Applause ]

Brooke: Hey.

Nick: Hope we didn't miss anything.

Brooke: No. This takes fashionably late to a whole new level.

Bridget: Actually, it was -- it was my fault. Nick stopped by to give Hope a Cchristmas present.

Brooke: Oh, Hope, I know.

Bridget: And he kind of spent precious time convincing me to join him.

Nick: I didn't want you to miss out.

Bridget: Mm-hmm, mm-hmm.

Nick: They can't do this in Denmark near Christmas, right, a beach party?

Bridget: Not unless you want acute hypothermia.

Brooke: My daughter, the med student.

Nick: I'm gonna get a drink. You guys want anything?

Bridget: No, thanks.

Brooke: Well, he must have been very persuasive.

Bridget: Oh, god, he was relentless. I mean, he practically shoved me out the door.

Brooke: I'm gonna go say hi to Thorne.

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Ridge: Hey, Nick.

Nick: Forrester.

Ridge: Nick Marone at a high-fashion soiree. This has got to be a first.

Nick: I'm not here because I want to be.

Ridge: Why are you here?

Nick: The old man wanted me to come to show support for my mother and her new company.

Ridge: Does it seem a little strange to you that Massimo's being such a good sport about this whole thing?

Nick: You mean the fact that deacon stole his wife and is making a six-figure income at jackie m? You mean that whole thing?

Ridge: It just really burns me to see the two of them parading around like the new king and queen of retail couture. Please don't tell me that he's still pining away for her.

Nick: Pining? I think he loves her. He's not going to let Deacon get away with this.

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Massimo: Ah.

Heather: Good evening, sir.

Massimo: Good evening, heather. So, no trouble?

Heather: None. Deacon's having a virgin Pina Colada that's not quite as virgin as he thinks it is.

Massimo: Hmm. That's good. The moment that alcohol went down his throat, it was the beginning of the end of one Mr. Deacon Sharpe. And he doesn't even realize that it's happening.

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Clarke: To Jackie M.

Thorne: No, no, no. To spectra couture.

Sally: To spectra couture by Thorne Forrester.

All: Here, here.

Darla: God, I can't believe what deacon said, but here it is in black and white. Spectra is up 23% in the month of December.

Thorne: Well, in the great words of Sally Spectra, we have arrived.

Darla: Oh, yeah.

Sally: Oh, yeah. Yeah.

Darla: Cheers.

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Eric: Ridge, I know what you're thinking. And it's no reason to overreact. Spectra has had a huge amount of publicity lately. It's not at all surprising they've had a spike in their sales. Fact is, I'm very, very happy for Thorne. I don't want you to do anything to spoil this moment for him.

Ridge: Well, what if it's more than just a moment? What if it turns out to be a trend?

Eric: Ridge, I hardly think it's a trend.

Ridge: Dad, you've given Thorne the use of Forrester's trademarked name. Now what happens if the lines get blurred to where our customers don't even know what the hell they're buying anymore?

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Amber: You see, the coolest thing about this Jackie m deal is that that's just the icing. You're my cake. You know, I mean it seems like my life is just finally coming together. I have a dream job, dream boyfriend. All I'm missing is family.

Hector: Hey, Thomas, Amber.

Thomas: Hey, Mr. Ramirez! Miss Kelly.

Hector: Listen, I wanted to thank you for your help with the toy drive at the firehouse. You know, that's one of our best community outreach programs, and without your help, it wouldn't have been such a success.

Amber: Wait, I didn't know you went over to the firehouse on Christmas.

Samantha: Oh yeah, Thomas spent the first half of the day with us.

Thomas: Yeah, well, I've done a lot of charity work with my dad's company. But to be right there with the kids and see the looks on their faces? It was such an awesome feeling. It was like instant gratification. For me and the kids.

Amber: Oh! I wish you would have told me about it. I would have loved to see you with a bunch of sweet little kids. I would've loved it.

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Deacon: Bridget? Oh, my god.

Bridget: Hi, Deacon.

Deacon: I -- I thought you were in Copenhagen. I thought you were doing the super-prestigious medical school thing I heard about?

Bridget: Oh, well, I don't know about that. But -- Christmas break.

Deacon: Right. Whatever you're doing, keep doing it. You look terrific.

Bridget: Thank you, Deacon.

Deacon: So did you bring Ozzy?

Bridget: No. No, he stayed in Copenhagen.

Deacon: Oh, yeah?

Bridget: I -- I heard about you and Jackie.

Deacon: Imagine what you had to say about that.

Bridget: It is none of my business.

Deacon: Hey, listen, you know, you and Ozzy -- none of my business. I just want you to be happy. You deserve that.

Bridget: Thanks.

Jackie: Bridget. I didn't know you were in town.

Bridget: Hi, Jackie.

Jackie: Hi. Well, sorry, I didn't want to interrupt --

Deacon: No, no, no, no.

Bridget: No. No, we -- Deacon was just saying actually how happy he is.

Ridge: Hey -- so you made it after all?

Bridget: Yeah.

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Ridge: Do you mind if I borrow her for a second? Come on.

Eric: Brooke, tell me about Bridget. I haven't had a chance to talk to her. She was so quiet at Cchristmas.

Brooke: I was going to check on her.

Eric: She's here?

Brooke: Yeah. She just stepped outside with Ridge.

Eric: I thought Bridget was going to stay home.

Brooke: She changed her mind. She came over with Nick. I'm still not sure why, especially since our host is Deacon Sharpe.

Eric: I should think that he would be the last person on earth she'd want to party with.

Brooke: Yeah. I'm going to go find her.

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Jackie: Nicky.

Nick: Hello, Mother.

Jackie: Oh, you came. Thank you, thank you. Well, now that you are finally here, do you think you could indulge your mother with a little request?

Nick: Like what?

Jackie: Well, we've got a fabulous band.

Nick: No. No, no, no.

Jackie: Oh, please? It would mean so much to me.

Nick: No. Uh-uh.

Jackie: Darling, please?

Nick: No, mother, I don't want to.

Jackie: Please, just one little song.

Nick: You give me one good reason why I should get up and sing here.

Jackie: Because you are the most important person in my life. I love him, Nicky.

Nick: Ahh. I'll sing. Don't torture me with that kind of talk.

Jackie: Thank you, thank you, thank you, thank you. And, try to be happy for us.

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Heather: Perhaps I should get back to the party so that I'll be able to witness the fireworks.

Massimo: No, no, no. Be patient, my dear. Be patient. Because I suspect that Mr. Sharpe has a rather long fuse. The important thing is, it's been lit.

Heather: He's probably already craving his next drink, and has no idea why.

Massimo: Mm-hmm. And your position as his executive assistant is going to make it a lot easier for you to give him his doses on an accelerated schedule. And then you will have a front row seat to watch him slide further and further down.

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Bridget: Thank you so much for getting me out of there.

Ridge: Hey, I'm happy to spare anyone face-time from Deacon Sharpe. Especially you. Actually, I was kind of surprised you showed up.

Bridget: Oh, I probably shouldn't have. Nick talked me into it.

Ridge: Well, I'm all for you getting out and having yourself some fun.

Bridget: I honestly feel like I don't know how to have fun anymore. Ever since things ended with Oscar, I just don't feel like myself. I feel really -- adrift.

Ridge: Adrift -- like an iceberg in a fjord.

Bridget: Ridge, I'm being serious.

Ridge: I know you are. Okay. How's this for starters? You are quite possibly the smartest Forrester of us all. You're very easy on the eyes. And, more importantly than everything, after everything you've been through, you're still the most considerate, unspoiled, generous person I have ever known. It's a phrase that is very overused, but it happens to apply in your case. You are beautiful inside and out.

Bridget: Please, just stop.

Ridge: You are.

Bridget: Just stop.

Ridge: Stop? Stop what?

Ridge: You want me stop caring about you? I'm sorry, but I can't do that. Bridget, I meant everything I said. I want someone to be wonderful to you.

Bridget: I just don't know if it's really helping me that much to hear it from you.

Ridge: Okay, okay. What can I do to help you? Tell me.

Bridget: You know, I'd -- I'd really love some water. And I don't really want to go back inside there.

Ridge: Say no more. Say no more.

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Amber: Thorne, you now have the hottest-selling line at the chicest boutique chain in town. Congratulations, mr. President. And I guess that makes you the first lady of haute couture.

Darla: Huh. I guess it does.

Thorne: Yes, it does.

Thomas: So I volunteered to Brooke to baby-sit the kids this weekend. And I love those kids, but that was a big, big mistake. I don't know if it's all the Christmas cookies or Santa's coming or what, but hope's been bouncing off the walls. And R.J., It's like maximum volume and it's always in my ear. I don't think I've slept for like two weeks.

Caitlin: Oh, I know. Just imagine if you had your own kids to take care of 24/7.

Thomas: Oh, no. No way. Not for a long time, at least. That's for sure.

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Heather: He's definitely finished his drink by now.

Massimo: Nothing may happen tonight, and that's fine. Because I want this to be a gradual process. He's not even going to realize that he's fallen off the wagon until he's hit the ground. Hard. Good luck.

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Deacon: This is great.

Jackie: Thank you. Thank you so much for indulging us. Oh, forgot. The most important -- one of us. Thank you. Yes. Thank you. Thank you. I'm going to put that on my desk so that I will remember this night always.

Deacon: I'm never going to forget this night. I feel so fantastic. I don't know what it is, I feel like I'm on fire. I've got something going through my veins.

Jackie: Dear, sweet Deacon. I have to go and find the Versace people, otherwise Donatella's gonna have my head.

Deacon: All right.

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Ridge: Here you go. Better?

Bridget: Yeah.

Ridge: You know, this is a party. Let's dance.

Bridget: Oh, you know, I'd rather just stay outside.

Ridge: Oh, that's no problem. No problem at all.

Bridget: I can't do this.

Bridget: I can't do this. I can't. I can't dance with you, ridge. I can barely talk to you.

Ridge: Why? What did I do to you, Bridget?

Bridget: You really have no idea, do you? You don't know.

Ridge: No. Please tell me.

Bridget: You just -- you got under my skin. I can't -- I can't get you out. It's like whatever I do or wherever I go or whoever I'm with -- there you are.

Ridge: Oh, my god.

Bridget: Yeah. I mean, it's definitely not right. It's the furthest thing from being right. It's sick. This is why I came home. I thought if I saw you with mom, I would see how full and deep and real your relationship was. Is. And I would be able to see that I was just making something out of nothing and I could put it all behind me and finally be happy.

Ridge: Bridget -- don't do this to yourself. You haven't done anything wrong. It's not "sick." And it certainly isn't nothing. The time I've spent with you, I've loved. It's meant everything to me. I cared very much for you. I still do. But --

Bridget: You -- you've found your soul mate. Your life moved on. But mine hasn't. I just can't get past what we had.

Brooke: Bridget? Ridge said you wanted some water.

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Bridget: Oh, yeah. Thanks, mom.

Brooke: Is everything all right?

Bridget: Yeah. It's nothing. You know, I just kind of want to be alone right now.

Brooke: Okay.

Bridget: What was I thinking? How could I? God, what's wrong with me?

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