The Bold and The Beautiful Transcript Friday 8/1/08
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Nick: Nobody's home today.
(Phone rings) (Rings)
Bridget: I am on call, though. I should probably answer it. Oh, God. Mm. (Sighs) Hello?
Katie: Hey, I hope I'm not calling too early. I know you're kind of an early bird.
Bridget: Oh, no, it's okay, Katie. We're--we're awake.
Katie: I just wanted to thank you again for last night. I mean, I had such a great time, spending time with you and Jack and Nick. You really have a perfect little family.
Bridget: Well, thank you for coming. It was a very nice, relaxing evening.
Katie: And the photo-- I-I love it. It really-- it's something, and you're the best.
Bridget: Well, actually, the look on your face, the way it lit up when you opened it, and the look on Nick's face, it was all the thank-you I needed.
Katie: Well, I'll say it again. Thank you very, very much. I can't think of three people I'd rather spend time with.
Bridget: Ohh. Well, the feeling's mutual, Katie. I hope you know that.
Katie: Well, I should let you go because Dr. Patrick is gonna come in any minute.
Bridget: You're at the hospital?
Katie: Yeah, you know, it's that time. Check-up time. Whoo-hoo. (Laughs shortly)
Bridget: Right. I-I'll be there-- I'll be there right away.
Katie: Oh, no. No. No, just stay put. I'm fine. I don't--you know, you don't have to come.
Bridget: No, we-- stop arguing. You know, I just like to be there. I'm gonna be there anyway. So, um, listen, Nick wants to talk to you, uh, so I'm gonna give the phone to him. I'll see you shortly.
Nick: Hi. What's this about the hospital?
Katie: Oh, lucky me. I get to loll around while they run a whole bunch of tests.
Nick: Well, you really got the life.
Katie: Yeah, don't I? I'm the human pincushion. But I-I had a really great time at your house last night.
Nick: Well, we enjoyed it, too. Don't be a stranger.
Katie: Okay, I'll try. See ya.
Nick: So this hospital thing with Katie-- it's just strictly routine.
Bridget: It's strictly routine. They're just gonna take a battery of tests to make sure none of the meds need adjusting. And I know there's nothing to worry about, but I just want to be there when the lab results get back. I like to know that there's really nothing wrong and everything's okay.
Nick: Well, this isn't something you have to scamper right off to, is it?
Nick: Is it?
Bridget: I guess not.
Nick: Is it?
Bridget: Do you have something else in mind?
Marcus: So guess what. You're looking at the new supervisor for shipping and receiving.
Steffy: Seriously? Wow. Congratulations.
Marcus: Why, thank you.
Steffy: When did this happen?
Marcus: Yesterday. My mom wants to be surrounded by people she can trust.
Steffy: Makes sense.
Marcus: Well, not to Ridge it won't. Or maybe it will. See, a lot of people are gonna think it's favoritism.
Steffy: Only the ones who haven't seen you in action. Your new tracking system is saving us a ton of work.
Marcus: (Laughs) Hey, you remember when Eric got so mad because I went on and did it without asking anyone?
Steffy: Yeah. And then he realized how brilliant it was.
Steffy: Yeah. (Sighs) you know, my grandfather would know you earned it, Marcus, just like I do. Even if it means you're my boss now.
Marcus: Hey, I'll be easy on you, okay?
Steffy: (Laughs) sure you will.
Marcus: What? I've had bosses before, but I've never been one.
Steffy: (Laughingly scoffs)
Marcus: You're gonna have to tell me how good I'm doing.
Steffy: (Clears throat) if I stay.
Marcus: What do you mean, "If"? You're not gonna walk, are you?
Steffy: (Sighs) Marcus... (sighs) half my family was thrown out of here, including my dad. I understand Donna's reasons, but I don't think it was fair or a good idea.
Marcus: Listen, okay? Now between you and me, I agree. It wasn't necessary for her to fire anyone...
Marcus: Well, except Felicia. But Ridge was provoking her. And he was pressuring her to give him a company that isn't hers to give. He wouldn't lay off. And at a time like this, the last thing she needed was a war.
Steffy: Hmm. Marcus, my dad is a good person, and so is your mom. They're both reasonable, intelligent people. So why is this happening? You know, we need to sit them down and try to figure out some kind of solution.
Marcus: Okay, now that's a good idea.
Steffy: Yeah. We'll probably have to trick 'em to get them in the same room.
Marcus: Yeah, wait a minute, though. Um, there's something I got to deal with first-- Owen.
Steffy: You're really worried about him.
Marcus: Yeah, he's been pressuring my mom a lot. But I took care of that situation last night.
Marcus: Well, I gave him the boot. Mr. Owen Knight is gone.
Marcus: Well, at least he better be.
Steffy: Wow. You're pretty determined.
Marcus: Oh, when I want something, damn right I am.
Marcus: Mom, that's the best news you could've given me. Trust me, you are so much better without this dude. Okay. All right, you have a great day, too. All right, love you. Bye. Ha, ha! Yes! That's what I'm talking about.
Steffy: Donna let him go?
Marcus: Oh, all the way back to San Diego. Owen Knight is gone with a capital "g," baby! That's what I'm saying. You know what I'm say-- what's up, man? How's your jump rope? Iced tea? Cool. I'm sorry about that. My bad.
Steffy: I-I-it's cool. We work together. People know we're friends.
Marcus: Just friends, huh?
Steffy: Unless you know something I don't.
Marcus: Well, I know I wouldn't mind putting it on the billboard in big bright lights that you're my girlfriend.
Marcus: Well, that's kind of what you are, right?
Steffy: It's up to you. You're the boss now. (Laughs)
Marcus: Yeah, that's right, I am, huh? So that entitles me to give you orders. So are you ready for your first assignment?
Steffy: Yes, sir.
Marcus: Right. Well, I've been in L.A. for a few months now, but I still haven't been in the ocean.
Steffy: Oh, my gosh. Are you serious?
Marcus: You up for playing a little hooky?
Marcus: Let's go.
Bridget: I could stay this way forever.
Nick: We'd get bored or stiff.
Bridget: Not me. Mnh-mnh. I would miss jack growing up, though.
Nick: You're so crazy about that little boy, aren't you? (Chuckles)
Bridget: You have no idea. Some days I come home from my shift at the hospital, and I feel like I've been run over by a truck. I just take one look at him and those eyes and lips and chubby little arms reached out for me to hold him. Everything just goes away, and my heart melts. It is so easy to love that child.
Nick: Well, he loves you... a lot. And I know you love him unconditionally. And my son and I are so blessed to have you in our lives, Bridget. So blessed.
Bridget: I've been thinking, um, just, you know, thinking...
Bridget: About having a little brother or sister for Jack.
Bridget: I was wondering what his daddy would think of that.
Dr. Patrick: I've only glanced through your lab work, but so far everything looks good.
Katie: Great. I'm feeling pretty good.
Dr. Patrick: Just pretty good? Haven't been dancing down the street?
Katie: I guess I'm working up to that.
Dr. Patrick: What about emotionally? How's your mood been?
Katie: Um, I try to take things one day at a time. I have good days and bad days, and the bad days have been fewer and fewer.
Dr. Patrick: That's encouraging.
Katie: I mean, it's always there in the back of my mind-- what could happen. But on the plus side, I have fewer people calling me and offering me life insurance. (Laughs)
Dr. Patrick: Katie.
Katie: Well, I'm-- I'm trying to stay positive.
Dr. Patrick: You can't live your life expecting the worst.
Katie: I know. Because that's not a life, right? Someone told me once that life is a process. It's not an event. And the real living happens during the journey. And I think that's right. I made a promise to myself that I am going to stop clinging to things that are holding me back. I'm gonna open myself up to all kinds of possibilities. Some of my old dreams might not come true, but that doesn't mean that I shouldn't make new dreams that are just as exciting and beautiful.
Dr. Patrick: Old dreams? You wouldn't be talking about Nick Marone? My doctor told me something I never knew.
Ooooh California days California nights California days California nights you turn the sunshine on I turn the pressure off you make me smile all day and I make you crazy all night ooooh you make the oceans wave you make the mountains high you make the deserts rock you send me to the sky come on, baby oh, oh great is what you are yeah, yeah, baby yeah California California California nights
Bridget: I... (sighs) I don't know what I'm thinking. We haven't even looked at our wedding pictures yet, and here I am bringing up a baby. If you're not ready, of course, you know?
Nick: No, no, no. No, it's not that, not at all.
Nick: No, really. I-are you kidding? I would love to, um, to have a child with you and give jack someone to grow up with. You know I've always wanted to have kids, a big family, whatever. I--
Bridget: But I hear you hesitating. What is it?
Nick: Well, the pain we went through.
Bridget: Nicole. I know.
Nick: I just would never want something like that to happen again.
Bridget: I know. I know. I know. The doctor said after the miscarriage that I may have trouble carrying a baby to full term. It could be difficult.
Nick: There's nothing I would want more than to have a child with you, Bridget, but I would never ask you to risk your health, not in a million years.
Bridget: She said that it could be difficult, but she didn't say it could be impossible. It could be totally uneventful. You know, we'll never know if we don't try. I just look at everything that's gone on in my life, and I look at us. I think anything is possible. I'm willing to take that risk if you are.
Nick: Well, I love you, and, uh, I would love to give Jack a brother or a sister.
Bridget: Nick. (Sniffles) really? (Laughs) oh, God. (Sniffles) oh, I love you so much. Really?
Katie: Nick is my friend, and I owe a lot to him and to Bridget.
Dr. Patrick: I understand.
Katie: Thank you.
Dr. Patrick: So how are you doing? Any symptoms or discomfort I should know about-- old or new?
Katie: Uh, well, um, I've--I've been kind of tired lately, but that's not new. (Laughs) um, and I've--I've been kind of queasy.
Dr. Patrick: Experiencing nausea. How frequently?
Katie: I guess every day for the last couple of weeks.
Dr. Patrick: That's strange. You're not on any medication which would have that side effect.
Katie: What? What is it?
Dr. Patrick: Certain levels in your blood are elevated. Nothing conclusive.
Katie: Well, what do you think it means?
Dr. Patrick: I'd like to run another test before I answer that. Excuse me, will you? I'm going to speak to the lab. .
Summer girl when you look in my eyes tell me what you see summer girl when you lie in my arms tell me how you feel these are the times to remember when the world went away these are the moments we'll forever my love with you today ah, ah, ah, ah summer girl my summer girl
Katie: Well, what did the lab say? What did you find? Because I can tell by the look on your face that there's something wrong.
Dr. Patrick: Well, I wouldn't say wrong, just unexpected.
Katie: Okay. Well, be honest with me.
Dr. Patrick: I can sum up in two words what your condition is. You're pregnant.
Katie: No--no, that can't be.
Dr. Patrick: I had them run the test twice just to be sure. There's no doubt, Katie. You are pregnant.
(Knock on door)
Bridget: Oh, hey, I am so sorry I'm late. I got caught up--
Dr. Patrick: Hello, Bridget. I didn't realize you'd be joining us.
Bridget: Oh, yeah, I told Katie that I wanted to be here when she got her results. So--well, how is it? Is everything okay? Oh, no, what's going on? Is there a problem? Dr. Patrick? Katie? Wh-what--what is it? Tell me. Whoa.
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