The Bold and The Beautiful Transcript Tuesday 6/26/07
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Rick: So, I'm going to stop by the office and then go grab a bite to eat. Can I bring anything home for you?
Bridget: Mm-mmm. No thanks. I just want to close my eyes and not wake up for like 12 hours.
Rick: Exhaustion, or relief?
Bridget: Pretty much both. When Carl showed me those labels -- I can't describe to you the feeling. Up until that point, I really did think that mom's eggs were the ones that were used in Taylor's in vitro.
Rick: You said you got yourself worked up over nothing.
Bridget: Well, you were right. And now I can just relax. Mom can go ahead and get on with her life, and Taylor and Nick can have their baby in peace.
Taylor: I know you're disappointed that Brooke won't be selling her lingerie at Forrester creations, so I thought I'd give you a little fashion show of my own.
Nick: I thought you were supposed to end with the showstopper, not start with it.
Taylor: This is not the showstopper, boyfriend.
Nick: Looks like it to me.
Taylor: When we get to the showstopper, trust me, you're going to know about it.
Nick: Hey, hey. Are you sure this is okay? You know, with the baby and all?
Taylor: The baby will be just fine. You don't have anything to worry about.
Carl: They're the same. The petri dish from the fertility lab and the test tube from cryo-storage. They're identical. I told Bridget -- I told Bridget that I had proof. Proof that her mother's eggs were not used in Taylor's in vitro. But I don't have proof of anything.
Phoebe singing: Everybody loves everybody cries everybody dreams of a perfect life everybody loves every every everybody cries
Constantine: Really good.
Phoebe: Yeah? Thank you.
Constantine: Vocally, you're doing great.
Constantine: I say, if you wanted to become a back-up singer or a studio artist, you're almost there. But if you want to become a pop star --
Phoebe: Well, just tell me what I have to do.
Constantine: I think we have to work on your look a little bit.
Constantine: I'm not suggesting a Mohawk, or anything. It's just that music has become a very visual medium. Videos were just the first step. It's all about the Internet now, and you know, interaction with fans and streaming live videos. Blogs and creating a very unique image.
Phoebe: But if it's not really me -- I don't know if --
Constantine: No, it will be. Just might be a part of you, you haven't expressed yet. I'll help you. It'll be fun.
Phoebe: Okay. Let's do it. Make me over. Turn me into someone else. Oh my God.
Ashley: Oh, you better go back out and put on another face because you're not coming in here wearing that one.
Ashley: Still upset about Phoebe's involvement with Constantine?
Rick: She should be here, with us. At this meeting discussing the fragrance. I just, I don't know where her head is at right now.
Ashley: And where's yours? There's no point in trying to discuss this fragrance campaign if you can't concentrate.
Rick: No, I am here to work.
Ashley: You said that you and Phoebe are good, right? But I can see that you're frustrated so --
Rick: I am frustrated. Constantine has Phoebe's priorities all screwed up. You know, she may not know where she belongs. I do.
Ashley: So, what do you think?
Rick: They're good.
Ashley: Yeah. Do you think we should soften the filter and give it more of an ethereal feel?
Rick: It could work.
Ashley: You know, this fragrance should appeal to a broader demographic. It's not a girlish scent. It's much more sophisticated than that.
Ashley: Okay, you can go. Get out of here.
Rick: What? What are you doing?
Ashley: You're not going to be able to help me in here, so I'm going to help you. Why don't you go to the studio and show Phoebe that you do support her? She needs you. If my daughter was working with somebody that I didn't trust, I'd like to know that somebody like you was looking out for her. So just go.
Rick: Thank you.
Stylist: When we're through with you, not even your own mother's going to recognize you.
Constantine: You're in good hands, Phoebe. Very, very good hands. Val is the best in the business. You know, when the major labels are packaging a new prospect, Val's who they call.
Val: I'll tell you what, Constantine, he says you already have the whole package. See, I'm just here to uh, spice up the wrapping.
Constantine: Rock and roll has always been about, you know, creating a compelling character -- a persona, if you will.
Phoebe: Like an alter-ego?
Constantine: I mean, it's still you. Just turbo-charged. You know, a little edgier. Flashier. Sexier.
Val: Okay, come on. Let me show you. Here, take a look.
Constantine: Yeah. See, when you put on an outfit like this, it changes you. You know, it gives you power and confidence like you wouldn't have in your ordinary life. Like a super hero -- when he puts on his costume. I mean, when you step out in front of a stadium of screaming fans, you don't want to look like you're going out to buy a gallon of milk. You want to look like a rock star.
Phoebe: I know. I just, I don't know if I could ever look like that.
Constantine: Oh yes you can. And you will.
Nick: So, how's the baby?
Taylor: Rushed with endorphins. Just like mama.
Nick: Mama. Ha, ha. I like the sound of that. Mama.
Taylor: Mm-hmm. Me too. You know, as different as this pregnancy has been, the IVF and the morning sickness, it's all pretty much the same. The emotional and the physical connection I feel for this baby.
Nick: That's because you are the mother. You are the one carrying the child. You are the one making sure it thrives, because that's what mothers do.
Taylor: I know, I know. But still, it's just that I know that there's somebody else out there that shares half this baby's genes. You know, biologically --
Nick: Hey, hey, hey. Biological, shmiological. You know, when I order an omelet in the morning, I don't thank the chicken.
Taylor: Stop it.
Nick: What? I don't thank the chicken.
Taylor: I love you.
Nick: I don't thank the chicken.
Taylor: I love you so much.
Nick: I don't thank the chicken.
Taylor: Okay, that may be my service. Hold on.
Taylor: Let me just get that. I promise, I'll be right back.
Bridget: Oh, Taylor, hi. It's Bridget.
Taylor: Oh, hi Bridget.
Bridget: Hi. You've just been on my mind and I wanted to call and check on you.
Taylor: Well I'm fine. Thanks.
Bridget: How's your morning sickness?
Taylor: It's fading.
Bridget: That's wonderful. Well, I -- I don't need to keep you, I guess.
Taylor: Good night to you, too.
Nick: What was that all about?
Taylor: I have no idea.
Carl: How could I have been so wrong? How can I tell Bridget that her mother's eggs may have been used in Taylor's IVF after all?
When all is said and done you are the moon and sun my world is darker when you're gone so baby, shine shine all all my life all my life I've been waiting for a girl like you all my life all my life I've been waiting for a girl waiting for a girl like you all my life, all my life I've been waiting for a girl like you all my life all my life I've been waiting for a girl waiting for a girl like you
Rick: Phoebe? What the hell have you done to her?
Nick: Honey? Why would Bridget call to check on you?
Taylor: I don't know. I got the feeling there was something more to it, though.
Nick: There's nothing wrong, right?
Taylor: Nothing's wrong.
Nick: What you said before, about being surprised how connected you were, even though it's a donor egg -- that's not an issue, is it?
Taylor: No. I think it's -- it's probably normal. You know, for a woman to have concerns when she's carrying another woman's baby. I think it's normal. But I don't have any concerns about it. I don't. Although, I did have -- I had a bad dream. It's weird. I had a dream that the donor showed up and wanted her baby back.
Nick: Aw -- that won't happen.
Taylor: Okay, fine. Then, I don't have any concerns about our baby at all.
Nick: Our baby. It doesn't matter that the egg came from a donor, because when our baby's born, you're the one that little squirt is going to call "Mama."
[Cell phone rings]
Carl: Come on, Bridget. Pick up. Bridget, pick up. Pick up!
[Cell phone rings]
Bridget: Carl, I appreciate everything you've done for me. But you are the last person I want to talk to right now.
Rick: What is this?
Phoebe: What? It's the new me. Do you like it? What do you think?
Rick: But -- what do I think? Phoebe, I think it's not you. Is this how you get off, dressing her up like some kind of a --
Constantine: Dressing her like the hottest new artist of the year?
Phoebe: You don't like it?
Rick: Phoebe, you don't need to look like this to be a success.
Phoebe: Look, I know it's a shock, but I mean, it's just a show, you know? It's part of my persona.
Rick: Your per -- can I talk to you for a second, please? Look -- it's not like I don't think you look good.
Phoebe: Well, it's sexy, right?
Rick: You don't need all this makeup and these clothes to be sexy, Phoebe. I was just at the office, and I was looking at pictures that we're going to use for the fragrance campaign, and Phoebe, you look so beautiful. You were so natural and -- sensual. That is the image that you want to project. That's the image that we want to project. I mean, people cannot see you like this.
Phoebe: Well, I mean, I'm not going to dress like this all of the time. Just when I'm performing.
Rick: That's the thing. You can't dress like this at all. Okay, the fragrance is called "Phoebe." You are the brand.
Phoebe: That's what you're worried about? The perfume?
Rick: No. I'm not worried about the perfume. Okay, I'm worried that you're giving Constantine a little bit too much control over you. Can't you see he's trying to change you?
Phoebe: No, he's trying to help me, Rick.
Rick: Help you do what? Become a completely different person? Phoebe -- you used to take your work at Forrester Originals so seriously. What happened? I mean, you're missing meetings now, you're dressing up like it's Halloween. I'm sorry, I'm sorry. I'm not trying to hurt you. I'm not trying to shoot down your dreams.
Phoebe: But you're asking me to choose.
Rick: I think you have to.
Phoebe: I can't. I can't lose you.
Rick: That's not going to happen. You're not going to lose me. But if you keep this up, I think -- I think you're going to lose yourself.
Phoebe: No, that's not true.
Rick: Prove it to me then. Come with me. Walk out of here with me, right now.
Phoebe: You know, Constantine thinks I could really do this. And so do I. Please, don't ask me to give this up, Rick. I'm so close. Rick, no, no, no, no. Don't go.
Rick: Then come with me.
Phoebe: Rick, no. Rick, don't. Don't go. Please, don't go.
Constantine: Look, if he can't be here for you -- then let him go.
[Knocking on the door]
Bridget: I'm coming. Carl, what are you doing here?
Carl: I need to talk to you. Why didn't you answer your phone?
Bridget: Look, Carl. I'm very grateful for everything you did today, but you can't come to my house like this.
Carl: I was wrong.
Carl: I was wrong -- about the labels. They're the same.
Bridget: Right. Carl, the label on the petri dish matched the label in the fertility lab.
Carl: And cryo-storage. They got a new printer a few weeks ago. Take a look.
Bridget: Oh no. I don't want to look. Just tell me.
Carl: I don't know -- I don't know where the petri dishes came from. The eggs could be the donor's. Or they may not.
Bridget: Oh, God. No.
Carl: Bridget. I'm so sorry to be the one to tell you this, but Taylor may be carrying your mother's baby.
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