B&B Transcript Wednesday 8/8/07

The Bold and The Beautiful Transcript Wednesday 8/8/07

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Stephanie: Thank you.

Andy: Well, I still don't get what I have to do with any of this.

Stephanie: Oh, she's available.

Andy: And what makes you think that I'm still available?

Stephanie: I didn't see a wedding ring. So, I thought you might just be -- look, you're a really handsome man. She's crazy for handsome men. Believe me, I think you might be just what the doctor ordered. Need I say more?

Nick: Hey, Mom, he is quite a looker, huh?

Taylor: She is certainly that.

Nick: Honey, pictures don't lie. As you can see right here, he is definitely a "he", the way he's showing his "yo ho ho." Right, Bridget?

Bridget: Actually, the way that fetus is positioned; we can't really tell what the gender is. You know, baby Marone -- is being private about his or her private parts. So, maybe by the time of the next ultrasound, he or she won't be so shy about it.

Bridget: Carl, what are you doing?

Carl: Geez, I didn't realize, I thought the room was empty.

Bridget: Oh, no it's -- it's not -- I'm here with a patient.

Carl: I'll just put these supplies over here and vamoose.

Bridget: Oh --

Carl: Oops.

Bridget: Yeah, I'll --

Carl: I'll clean this up right away.

Bridget: Um, well, listen, I guess our visit is over unless there are any other questions.

Nick: You know, I do have a question, actually. Wasn't there some sort of test you do for beautiful pregnant women over 35 -- wasn't there a procedure or a test --

Taylor: I think he's practically memorized the entire pregnancy manual.

Bridget: Uh, yeah, it sounds like it. I think you're referring to the amnio.

Nick: That's it. The amnio. You know, I might be wrong about that. Because it's a donor egg and it's from a younger woman, I guess we really don't have to run that test. Is that correct?

Bridget: Carl -- that's actually not completely true. We could run the test just in case there are any complications or abnormalities that arise later. So, you know, Carl, I think we should give Mrs. Marone some privacy.

Carl: Sure, Doc, it's just that since they're both here, don't you think we should --

Bridget: Now, Carl. Thanks.

Nick: That was weird.

Thorne: We'll see if this is the year. That's it.

[Phone vibrating]

Donna: Let me guess. Stephanie. What has she done?

Brooke: Nothing. But I'm sure she would have tried if Ridge hadn't been there.

Donna: So, you got to see the kids? She didn't -- she didn't stand over you with a stopwatch?

Brooke: No, actually it was wonderful except when it came time to say good-bye.

Donna: This is all Stephanie's fault. I promise you she is going to regret do -- sis, I got to go. I love you.

Thorne: Champagne for the beautiful lady.

Donna: Thank you.

Thorne: You know, I wanted our trip to Vegas to be special. And it has been. But then, I'm kind of sensing that you don't want to be here together. I'm wrong?

Andy: So, tell me, are you in the match making business?

Stephanie: No, although some people might think I am at this particular moment. It's just that -- my ex-daughter-in-law is going through a difficult time. Her marriage is over, she's lost custody of the kids. She needs someone to bring some warmth into her life.

Andy: Okay, but why me?

Stephanie: Fate. You're at the right place at the right time. And you seem like a decent fellow. As I've said before, you're very attractive and I would be willing to bet that she still has your name and your phone number on that cocktail napkin.

Donna: I should have thought about this before we -- before -- it just -- now that we're here, I'm just realizing --

Thorne: Realizing what?

Donna: This is all it's ever going to be. Sneaking around so your family doesn't find out. I know a fling is enough for some women. But I already told you, I'm not like that. And I know your mother thinks I am a tramp, but --

Thorne: You know what? Stop, please, okay? My mother's wrong. Don't worry about my mother.

Donna: Don't worry? I'm a Logan, you're a Forrester. It's not like we can ever spend our lives together.

Thorne: My mother does not run my life.

Donna: That woman pulls the strings of everyone in your family. And you cross her, and you will pay the price -- just like my sister has. Stephanie has taken away her children. And she'll take you away from me, too. And I can't go through that kind of heartache.

Bridget: Carl, what in God's name were you thinking? What were you about to say to them?

Carl: Well, what were you thinking, not pushing an amnio, when we both know there's a chance that the embryo implanted in to Taylor came from your mother, and not from some 22-year-old donor?

Bridget: No -- I do not believe that there was a mix-up, Carl.

Carl: But if you could have just tested the DNA, compared it with your mother somehow --

Bridget: But Taylor's DNA is also in the amniotic fluid, so that test would have proved nothing.

Carl: I'm just saying --

Bridget: I know what you're just saying, but I really need you to stop. Taylor's baby came from the donor, not from my mother. Do you hear me? Please do not bring this up again.

Nick: I really wasn't planning on working tonight, but when we got home, Taylor got a call from a patient, went into the office, so --

Brooke: So instead of sitting at home twiddling your thumbs, you decide you would check up on me.

Nick: First of all, I don't "Twiddle." And secondly, I'm not checking up on you. You're an employee who's been distraught.

Brooke: You're checking up on me.

Nick: I did want to know how your visit with the kids went, if you want to talk about it.

Brooke: That's all I want to talk about. It's all I think about, spending time with Hope and R.J. Making every second count that I spend with them. Just seems so empty here -- my life without the kids

Andy: Okay, let's just say I do look her up. Don't you think she might be kind of freaked out? I mean, some guy she met two weeks ago in a bar, tracks her down, calls her up --

Stephanie: Well, you'd have to go about it just the right way. Um, you could send her flowers, buy her a gift --

Andy: Something romantic.

Stephanie: Or you come at it from the point of view that you want to apologize in person for spilling the drink. Yes?

Andy: That's it.

Stephanie: Okay. Nothing ventured, nothing gained. Andy, it was delightful talking to you.

Andy: It was a pleasure to meet you.

Stephanie: Have a nice evening. Thanks Pete.

Andy: Pete, who is that lady?

Pete: That was Stephanie Forrester. She's head of Forrester Originals, the fashion company. Pop, pop!Quiz, quiz!

Thorne: Hey --

Donna: No, Thorne -- just please -- just stop. It's not like we can ever be together. Not the way our families feel about each other.

Thorne: Listen to me. It doesn't matter how they feel, okay? It's how we feel. That's what counts.

Donna: If only that were true.

Thorne: Honey, please listen to me.

Donna: No -- I'm not going to. Because I know what will happen. All my life I've felt second best. But when -- when I'm with you -- when we're together, it's like -- it's like I feel like I'm the only woman alive. Like what I say and what I feel really matter.

Thorne: And it does matter, Donna. You matter. And you matter to me. More and more and more. Listen to me, we're good together. We are. Look, I never -- I never imagined that this would happen either. Okay, and I know it's happening fast. But if you think I'm going to let you walk out of here because you're a Logan, or because of my damn mother, no. We deserve happiness. You do, I do, and my little girl does.

Donna: But that's just it. Aly has already lost Darla, Taylor -- do you really want her getting close to another woman that your mother is just going to push away? That's why we have to say good-bye now. Before it gets any further.

Thorne: No, it's not going to end like this. I'm not going to let it end like this. You hear me? I'm not going to let you walk out of my life.

Stephanie: Oh, hi, I just thought I'd take the chance that you -- you know you were still here. Are you through for the day?

Taylor: Well, yeah, I thought I was, but then I had somebody show up at the last minute. She just left.

Stephanie: Do you have a moment?

Taylor: That depends.

Stephanie: I want to talk about Thorne. I told him, you know, what you said had transpired at the bikini, and he got very defensive with me. He's also -- he's gone away someplace with some girl that I don't know and -- of course, he's still a little upset with me about the things I have said regarding Brooke.

Taylor: Oh, yeah, I saw that interview. That was quite a hatchet job.

Stephanie: I didn't say anything but the truth.

Taylor: The point is, why say anything at all on television? I mean, it's like aggravating a rattlesnake. Why do you want to torment her? She just lost her children. Wasn't that enough for you? And why can't you just leave it alone?

Stephanie: I am not to blame for this. It was child protective services and the courts that took the children away. And they are the ones that are going to decide when and if the children come back. You know it -- it all depends on Brooke, doesn't it? If she can keep her clothes on. Of course, knowing her libido, it'll be a great big if.

Brooke: I was just about to turn in. Can't you come back tomorrow?

Andy: Just doing my job, ma'am.

Brooke: I know, it's just -- did you say it was a package?

Andy: Are you expecting something from work or from a friend?

Brooke: From work, yeah. Expecting something from Clarke. I'll buzz you right in.

Andy: Thank you.

[Doorbell rings]

Brooke: Wow, that was fast.

Andy: They don't call us express delivery for nothing.

Taylor: Stephanie, believe it or not, Brooke is not going to do anything to jeopardize getting her children back, and that includes having sex with anybody.

Stephanie: Only because the court and child protective services are watching her like a hawk. I mean they -- she knows they have certain expectations. But I know her. Some guy will appear on the scene -- and therapist or no therapist, children or no children, she will not resist the temptation.

Taylor: You think that analysis of her is very fair?

Stephanie: Well you above all people -- you know that Brooke puts her needs above everything and everybody. Ridge and Nick are taken, aren't they? So she's going to have to find some guy to fill the void. Somebody will come in, she'll fall madly in love, and -- and those kids will take a backseat again. Mark my words.

Andy: Here you go. Something wrong?

Brooke: Uh -- no. It's just, I wasn't really expecting this package.

Andy: What'd you think it was?

Brooke: A coworker was going to send me these big bolts of material so that I could check it out. You know what, it's okay. Don't worry about it. I'll find you a tip.

Andy: Great place. Decorate it yourself?

Brooke: What?

Andy: Very cozy. Great place to raise a couple kids.

Brooke: How'd you know I had kids?

Andy: Oh, I'm sorry. I just assumed from the picture. Did I say something wrong?

Brooke: No.

Andy: I bet they're the lights of your life.

Brooke: My kids are everything to me.

Andy: You know, forget about the tip. Thanks anyways. I'll just show myself out if you don't mind.

Brooke: Oh, thanks.

Andy: You have a good night now.

Brooke: Okay. "From your secret admirer."

[Bird chirping]

Donna: Please, Thorne, just -- stop. It's hard enough as it is.

Thorne: I want to make it impossible. I don't want to lose you, Donna.

Donna: I don't want to lose you either. But there are just -- there are too many obstacles.

Thorne: We can get around them.

Donna: I don't see how. Not with your mother --

Thorne: Forget about my mother, okay? This is about us. Something totally unexpected. A woman who just falls into my world -- and then saves me from myself. Donna, I'm serious. I was messed up -- I was. I was medicating myself. Only there's no amount of booze or medication that can do for me what you did in a few days. Donna, I'm starting to heal, and I'm ready to get past the grief and the loss. And that is because of you.

Donna: You are just the dearest man. That's why this is such agony. But the longer we spend together, the harder it's going to be to walk away when your mother finds out. And that's when all hell is going to break loose. And I don't want that for you, or your little girl. You've both been through enough. Do I wish we could just spend time together like any couple? Well, of course I do. But we are kidding ourselves if we think that that can happen. Which is why I can't share that bed with you. As much as I want to make love to you -- over and over again. I just -- I can't. I'm sorry. I am so sorry.

Thorne: No, no. It doesn't have to be this way, okay? There is another way! Marry me, Donna. Be my wife.

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