B&B Transcript Tuesday 2/3/05

The Bold and The Beautiful Transcript Thursday 2/3/05



By Boo
Proofread by Becky

 [ Phone rings ]

Ridge: Logan -- finally! I've been trying to reach you.

Brooke: I know, I'm sorry. This is the first chance I got to return your messages.

Thomas: Hey, Sad.

Ridge: Hey, there, big guy. You're coming up, too?

Brooke: We're finally on our way up. It took a while to find hope's favorite music.

Ridge: So, I hate to ask, but how was the fashion showdown?

Brooke: Thorne won. Spectra couture was a hit.

Thomas: They pretty much torched us.

Ridge: Damn.

Brooke: We knew this wasn't our best collection, but we never thought --

Ridge: So, Thorne's going to get his stock buy-out and partner up with Sally then?

Brooke: Well, that was the agreement if he beat us.

Ridge: Maybe we should just forget about this trip now and go deal with all this stuff.

Brooke: I mentioned that to Eric, but he won't hear of it.

Ridge: I can't even imagine what he must be feeling right now.

Hope: Hi, Daddy.

Ridge: Hey, sweetheart.

Hope: Are we going skiing?

Ridge: You are going to stay inside to keep your little toesies from freezing off like Bridget and Uncle Nick.

Brooke: Nick's up there?

Ridge: Yeah. They've been up in the slopes for hours.

Brooke: But it's 25 degrees outside.

Ridge: 18, actually. 10 if you count the wind chill factor.

Thomas: I knew we should've gone to Hawaii.

Brooke: I hope they're okay.

Ridge: Actually, they just showed up. Nick looks a little worse for wear, but Bridget looks okay. I'll tell her you're on your way.

Brooke: Thanks, sweetheart. I love you.

Ridge: I love you, too. Drive carefully. Bye.


Bridget: Is that mom and the kids?

Ridge: Yeah. They're on their way up the mountain. Hope was excited that you were here, for some reason.

Nick: Oh, that's nice. What about you?


Amber: You took everything from me, Ridge.

[ Knock on door ] It's about time. I was beginning to think you weren't going to show up.

Clarke: I don't know why I did. I was right in the middle of a victory celebration at Cafe Russe.

Amber: Well, come on, hurry up. Get in.

Clarke: That's it? No "congratulations"? No "way to go," "way to topple one of the biggest names in fashion"?

Amber: Yeah, yeah, that's great. But, I got more important things to think about.

Clarke: What? Like bringing down Ridge? You still haven't told me how you're going to do it.

Amber: And I'm not going to.

Clarke: Amber, what are you up to?

Amber: I'm not up to anything. I am just trying to undo what Ridge did. You know, make Thomas believe in me again, like he used to. I mean, if it wasn't for Ridge, we'd be together right now. Pretty soon, Ridge is not going to be a factor anymore.

Clarke: What are you looking at?

Amber: Here, look.

Clarke: Ridge is here.

Amber: And Bridget. And Brooke and Thomas are on their way up.

Clarke: Okay, you're starting to scare me. Amber, look, I know how you feel about Thomas --

Amber: Yeah. It's so unfair! Ridge convincing him that I am this dangerous influence and that I can't be trusted, when he's the one who's lying to his wife and trying to seduce his stepdaughter. I mean, it's just disgusting.

Clarke: Well, you're not going to get any argument from me about that.

Amber: You should be glad that I am doing this. You know, you and all of the people who have had to put up with his insults and his arrogance and his bullying -- and that's a lot of people -- should all be glad there's finally someone willing to take him on. And take him down.

Clarke: And then what, huh? You're going to end up going down with him. Come on, amber. If you start to attack Thomas' father --

Amber: I'm not going to attack him.

Clarke: Good. Great. Okay, let's pack up all this stuff and let's get out of here, huh?

Amber: No, no, no, no! Don't touch that. Don't touch that.

Clarke: What? What? Amber, what the hell have you got in there?


Nick: You don't look very happy to see me.

Ridge: I'm thrilled.

Nick: Oh. How about some cocoa?

Ridge: You drink cocoa?

Nick: Well, isn't that what you're supposed to drink on these cozy mountain getaways?

Bridget: Do you have any, actually? I would love a cup.

Ridge: I think we've got some on the stove. I'll just be a minute.

Nick: Don't forget the marshmallows. He's not being a very gracious host.

Bridget: I think your being here caught him a little bit by surprise. But he'll warm up. The question, is will we?

Nick: Oh, here, let me do this. Sit.

Bridget: No, are you sure?

Nick: No, it's okay. It's a technique. It's an acquired skill.

Bridget: Really?

Nick: Yeah.

Bridget: Hmm, wonder why they didn't teach that to us in med school.

Nick: Because you can't learn this type of thing in a book. What you have to do is, kind of coax the blood downstream, if you know what I mean. Sort of like catching a fish.

Bridget: Wow, it's really working.

Nick: Yeah. All you need is just a little stimulation, you know? Feel that?

Bridget: Okay, that's good. That's enough.

Nick: Okay, now just getting somewhere. Right there.

Bridget: No, it's starting to tickle. Okay!

Nick: At least it's not frostbite.

Bridget: Okay. No, seriously, it -- I'm ticklish there. Okay, Nick! Nick, stop it!

Ridge: Stop. When she says stop, you stop.

Bridget: Thank you.

Nick: Uh-huh. Thank you.

Bridget: He was just joking, Ridge.

Ridge: Yeah, I'm sure he was.

Nick: It may surprise you, Forrester, but two adults actually can have fun together without it being sexual. It's called friendship. You should try it sometime.

Ridge: Hmm.

Bridget: Okay, you two, come on. Just cool it. I'm going to go change clothes. Am I going to be able to do that without you two killing each other?

Nick: I'm just going to sit over here and enjoy my hot cocoa with marshmallows.

Ridge: It's all right. You go ahead. We'll be fine.

Bridget: Well, I don't want to hear any punches flying.

Ridge: You shouldn't have come here with her.

Nick: Why not? It's a chance to catch up on a little skiing, spend some nice time with Bridget.

Ridge: She doesn't need new friends.

Nick: What is with this territorial thing, Forrester? Do you have to have Bridget pining over you?

Ridge: Oh, don't be ridiculous, Nick.

Nick: Then why does it bother you that she's spending time with me?

Ridge: Because maybe I don't like her hanging out with a guy who keeps telling her that I'm dangerous to her.

Nick: Every part of you brings up a memory form the past.

Ridge: I'm not the one constantly talking about what happened between us, okay?

Nick: It doesn't have to be said, Forrester. Every time she sees you, all the wounds open up.

Ridge: Well, I can't hide from her the rest of my life, all right? She's my wife's daughter, and I'm just trying to protect her.

Nick: Okay, maybe you are. Maybe that's what you're trying to do. But don't you see, you're going about it the wrong way. You've got to put some separation between the two of you, otherwise she's never going to get over her issues when it comes to you.

Ridge: She's just supposed to do this by herself?

Nick: No, actually, I'll be there to help her.

Ridge: Oh, that's all? Just to help?

Nick: Like I told you --

Ridge: Yeah, yeah. Everybody can have friends, I know. Are you sure that's all you're looking for, Nick? Hmm?


Amber: What do you think this is, a bomb or something?

Clarke: Is it?

Amber: I am not insane, Clarke. Okay, I'm just trying to prove a point.

Clarke: Which is?

Amber: That Ridge is the real threat to this family. And he used me as a scapegoat so he could just keep doing everything he's been doing. And he's going to keep doing it if I don't stop him. He's going to keep messing with Bridget's head. He's going to keep lying to his wife. And pretty soon, he's just going to push Caitlin and Thomas right together. And who cares about Thomas' feelings, right? I mean, who cares what anybody thinks, except Ridge. You know, that's always been the way it works in Ridge's world. He's never had to pay a price for anything. He's never had to feel the pain that he shoves off onto all of us. You know, I didn't deserve what he did to me!

Clarke: I know how you feel. Okay? But I'm just not sure that revenge is the best way to accomplish your goals.

Amber: It is not about revenge. You know what? Never mind. Never mind. I'm going to do this myself. Go on. Go, go. Get out of here! Go!

Clarke: No, no, no. I'm not going to leave you like this, okay?

Amber: So you're going to help me?

Clarke: What exactly do you want me to do?

Amber: Okay, come here. I need to find this one spot. It's off of camelback trail. Rick and I, we were hiking up there a couple years ago, and we got off the trail, and we found this old, abandoned mineshaft.

Clarke: A mineshaft?

Amber: Yeah.

Clarke: That's not going to be on the map.

Amber: No, no. But I know it's in this general area. The shaft is the key to my plans.


Ridge: So, Nick, where's this friendship with you and Bridget heading?

Nick: Do I look like I have a crystal ball, Forrester?

Ridge: You must have thought about it.

Nick: Actually, I haven't.

Ridge: Maybe you should.

Nick: We like each other's company. I bring something to her, she brings something to me.

Ridge: Yeah, it's what she brings that has me worried.

Nick: Where are you going with this, Forrester?

Ridge: I'll make it real simple for you, Nick. You were once in love with Brooke and now you're hanging out with her daughter.

Nick: You're suggesting that I'm using Bridget?

Ridge: Yeah, as a substitute.

Nick: You gotta be joking.

Ridge: It may not even be conscious on your part. A lot people go to great lengths to recapture what they once had with the woman that got away.

Nick: Well, some people might, but I'm not one of them.

Ridge: I just don't want Bridget to any fallout because you still have feelings for her mother.

Nick: What Brooke and I had is over. You're married to the woman, for god sakes. You have a family. What's done is done.

Ridge: So, when you look at Bridget, you don't see Brooke?

Nick: No. No, as a matter of fact, I see something completely opposite. In a good way. I see a young, vibrant, beautiful, compassionate, generous girl, who's also a lot better than I am at skiing. But her mind, Forrester, she has a beautiful mind. This isn't something that was taught in school. It's almost yoda-like. She's got aliens as relatives and she's got a sense of humor that's light years past anybody in your family.

Ridge: Yeah, well, she must. She even gets your jokes.

Nick: You should be glad that she does. Because this isn't the same girl that I saw two months ago. She's got her funny little smile back on her face.

Ridge: So now her smile's funny?

Nick: Yeah. She's funny. She's a funny person. She's funny when she laughs. She's funny when she's not even trying to be funny.

Ridge: You know, for somebody who thinks that they're just having a friendship here, you sure go on and on about her.

Nick: What's that supposed to mean?

Ridge: You still haven't told me your intentions, Nick.

Nick: Oh, god. You just won't let this go, will you?

Ridge: No, I'm not. So you might as well confess.

[ Skis fall ]

Bridget: Oh, don't mind me. Just go back to whatever you guys were talking about. Something about intentions or --

Ridge: Yeah, Nick's intentions. He was just about to confess them to me.

Brooke: Hi! Make way. The gang's all here.

Nick: Hey, hey, hey! Perfect timing. Look at my little Eskimo.

Brooke: Well, this is a nice surprise, Nick.

Ridge: Yeah, we're just having a wonderful time.

Brooke: Oh, good. I can't wait to have some fun.

Nick: Well, that's what we plan on having. It's been a barrel of laughs so far.

Nick: And she is barreling down the slalom!

[ Hope laughs ] Whoo, watch out for the mogul. She clears the mogul like a pro. She comes swishing down into the final first position -- winner!

[ Applause and laughter ]

Brooke: All right, Picabo Street, time to change into your jammies.

Hope: Aww!

Ridge: Hey, we're all going to do it. Right, Thomas?

Thomas: Uh -- yeah, right.

Brooke: Last one there is a rotten egg.

Nick: Come on.

Hope: Come on, Uncle Nick.

Bridget: Not so fast, buster. You have some explaining to do.

Nick: About what?

Bridget: Um, Yoda? You're comparing me to Yoda?

Nick: You -- you heard me say that before?

Bridget: Yeah, I most certainly did. And why couldn't you at least compare me to one of the Amazon women on Mars?

Nick: Moon -- it's actually the Amazon women on the moon is --

Bridget: Wherever. What's so funny about my smile?

Nick: You're starting to sound a little like Forrester with all the questions, you know? Next thing you're going to be asking me is what my intentions are toward you.

Bridget: Well, lucky for you, I don't care about that.

Nick: Don't you?

Bridget: No. I don't. Unless, of course, you have something that you need to get off your chest.

Hope: Uncle Nick, P.J. Time.

Nick: Oh, coming, coming. It's P.J. Time.


Brooke: Oh, thank you.

Thomas: I'm going to go hang out in my room.

Brooke: I thought we could spend some time together.

Thomas: And do what?

Ridge: We've got a closet full of board games.

Thomas: Bored, as in b-o-r-e-D.

Ridge: Okay, what's bothering you?

Brooke: Is it because we lost the showdown?

Thomas: Yeah, I guess.

Ridge: Because Amber was there?

Thomas: No, she never showed up.

Ridge: Really? That's not like her.

Thomas: Yeah, I think she was avoiding me.

Brooke: You're not having second thoughts about breaking up with her, are you?

Ridge: I sure as hell hope not after what she did --

Thomas: I know. I know. It was wrong of her to take pictures of you and Bridget. It's just -- you don't just automatically stop loving someone because they disappointed you. You should know that better than anyone.

Ridge: You're right. It is difficult to let go. But in this case, it's worth it. Thomas, I promise you, the best thing you can do for yourself is forget about Amber.


Amber: I know exactly what he's doing. Ridge is talking to Thomas. Telling him to forget about me, to move on. Telling him that I'm just no good, that I'm just a troublemaker, a user. And it's working. It's working. And even though I know he loves me and he misses me, I can see it in his face. I'm doing everything I can to come back to you, baby.

Clarke: Maybe you don't have to do anything. Why don't you wait until he grows up, gets out of the house, can make his own decisions, huh?

Amber: As long as he trusts his father, he's never going to trust me. You know, I didn't want to come between them. I really didn't. But now, I mean, I don't have any choice any more. For Thomas' sake, and for the entire family's sake, I mean, they need to know that Ridge is the one who can't be trusted. He is the one who doesn't deserve to be a part of that family. And that's exactly what I'm going to do. You get away with everything, Ridge. You always have. But not this time. This time, you're mine.

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