The Bold and The Beautiful Transcript Friday 9/25/09
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Stephanie: (Scoffs) Oh. (Sighs)
Stephanie: "Painful headache. No cause." (Grunts)
Stephanie: Well, I don't have a headache, so it couldn't have been a stroke.
Pam: Oh, the, uh, leftover champagne-- I was just wondering what I should do with it.
Pam: The champagne. You know, from the party. I-I just hated to throw it out. I can't imagine what this stuff costs. What you, uh, what you doing?
Stephanie: What do you want, Pam?
Pam: Well, I-I just told you.
Stephanie: Well, tell me again. I guess I wasn't focused.
Pam: The leftover champagne from the party-- I-I just didn't know if I should--
Stephanie: Pam, I don't care what you do with it. You can drink it. You can throw it away. You can use it for cooking. You can do whatever you want. I don't care. (Sighs)
Pam: Gotta ask.
Stephanie: What? Don't you ask me anything about how I feel! For God sakes. That's all everybody does is ask me how I feel.
Donna: It's true, Justin. Marcus-- he's your son.
Justin: (Sighs) A son. I have a son.
Justin: You and I share a child?
Justin: (Sighs) All these years, and never I knew.
Donna: I couldn't tell you. My God, I did-- I didn't want to ruin your life.
Justin: Ruin my life?
Donna: You had a basketball scholarship. It meant everything to you.
Justin: It didn't mean everything, Donna. I loved you.
Donna: I know. I know, and that's why I couldn't tell you, Justin. My God, 'cause I loved you, too, but we were-- we were in high school. And you had so many-- so many opportunities in front of you, and I couldn't mess up your life.
Steffy: I'm gonna get help, okay? I'm gonna get help. I'm gonna call. You're gonna be all right.
Owen: Excuse me, but, uh, is this seat taken?
Steffy: All yours.
Owen: All mine. (Laughs)
Owen: So what's goin' on?
Steffy: Mm, the same old.
Owen: Oh, come on. I saw you staring into your coffee cup like there was a bug floatin' in it.
Owen: What's up?
Steffy: Look, I have a lot on my mind.
Owen: Yeah? Like what?
Steffy: Uh, sometimes it's, um, just hard to know what the right thing to do is.
Pam: I'm worried about you, Steph.
Pam: You know how much I depend on you.
Stephanie: Honey, I will always be here to take care of you.
Pam: Well, that's what I want to make sure of. That's why I'm concerned.
Stephanie: But concerned about what? What is it you seem to think is wrong with me?
Pam: Well, I think you're working way too hard.
Stephanie: Now don't you worry your little head about anything, okay? When have I ever not been able to function?
Pam: I just want to make sure that it stays that way.
Stephanie: Oh, really? Okay. Well, your big sister will be here to take care of you for a long, long, long time.
Stephanie: Mm-hmm. I promise.
Justin: When did you find out you were pregnant?
Donna: The day that you found out about your basketball scholarship. Do you remember that day? How--how excited you were?
Justin: Of course I do.
Donna: When you told me, I-- I was so torn. I-- I loved you, and I wanted to think that maybe we could somehow work it out and raise a child and have a happy life. I knew how much you wanted to play ball. My god, Justin, all those years of--of work-- of work and dedication. I didn't want to take that away from you. You were good. You were so good. You could have been a star.
Donna: (Sobs) So I-I didn't tell you. I'm sorry. Please-- please don't hate me.
Owen: Oh, yeah. The right thing to do. I know all about that question.
Steffy: Oh, yeah. Yeah, you do.
Steffy: Actually, how is that going?
Owen: I'm workin' on it. I'm, uh, trying to get back to the way that things once were.
Steffy: Things aren't quite the same?
Owen: Well, you know what? Too much information.
Steffy: Oh, yeah. Jackie's past. I'm guessing it still bothers you?
Owen: Well, I mean, I-- come on, I try not to let it. But it just--
Steffy: Yeah, but how could you help it?
Owen: Well, I mean, you helped put a lot of things into perspective. I mean, come on. It was a lifetime ago, right?
Steffy: Yeah, you know, you're right.
Steffy: And you don't even know what she was facing, so...
Owen: Yeah, and what Jackie and I have now, it's-- well, I mean, it's incredible. So... look, but anyways, you helped me a lot, and I really, really appreciate that, so thank you.
Steffy: Good. Good, I'm--I'm glad.
Owen: So now why don't I return the favor? Come on. You helped me. So how about I help you?
Steffy: Oh, uh--
Owen: Come on. Seriously, I can tell that there's something going on behind those beautiful eyes of yours. So why don't you tell me what it is? Talk to me.
Steffy: (Sighs) I'm, um, I'm worried about my grandma.
Stephanie: Okay, okay, okay.
Pam: (Sighs) What were you working on when I came in?
Stephanie: Uh, uh, working on?
Pam: Yeah, at your computer.
Stephanie: Huh? Oh, I-I-I was just kinda surfing the internet.
Pam: Well, it looked like you were doing a little more than surfing the internet the way you were staring at it.
Stephanie: Please don't interrogate me.
Pam: Steph, this document.
Pam: Well, that's what Whip needs you to sign. He mentioned this to me.
Stephanie: Oh, he'll get it.
Pam: No, but he--he wanted me to send it by courier today.
Stephanie: I'll do it. I'll get it to him later, okay?
Pam: Why not sign it now?
Stephanie: Don't press me on this! I'll sign it when I'm damn good and ready to do it.
Pam: Where were you last night? I came by Taylorís to see you, and you'd gone somewhere without your cell phone or your wallet. You never do that.
Stephanie: Why are you making a federal case out of all of this?
Pam: Where were you, Steph? What happened?
Stephanie: Look, I'm not gonna get into this with you. Go on. Get back to work. Just go on. Go back.
Pam: (Gasps) Oh, my God. A stroke? (Gasps)
Owen: So you're worried about your grandmother?
Steffy: She's going through something.
Owen: Well, whatever it is she's going through, it's like some supercharged energy thing. My God, you should see her at Jackie M. She doesn't even stop moving.
Owen: I've never seen anyone like that.
Steffy: Yeah, but where does she get that energy? Is it--is it creativity or something else?
Owen: Well, like what?
Steffy: I don't know. Like, um, like an escape. Having to prove yourself. Refusing to look at something that you actually need to look at.
Owen: Okay, so what? You think that Stephanieís doing that?
Steffy: Well, she's gone through a lot-- losing her husband to a younger woman, being tossed out of the company she spent her whole life building.
Owen: Yeah, but she's got us now. I mean, she's got Jackie M. I mean, she's even said it herself that we're like her, you know, we're pretty much her second family.
Steffy: Yeah, and that's the one thing she can cling to. (Sighs) I just, um, I hope she doesn't lose grip, you know?
Owen: Yeah. Listen, Stephanie is one lucky woman, come on, to have a granddaughter like you, somebody who really cares.
Steffy: How could anyone not care about their grandmother?
Owen: Oh, come on. Trust me. You would be surprised. There's a lot of people who donít. But it takes someone who's, I don't know, somebody who's sensitive and perceptive, somebody who doesn't always put themselves first. And that's you. I've seen it. I mean, I've-- I've benefited from it firsthand.
Steffy: (Clears throat) Well, uh, thank you. Thank you. I just hope I can help my grandma. She thinks she's invincible.
Steffy: But she's not.
Stephanie: (Sighs) You think I've had a stroke. Please, don't be ridiculous.
Pam: Steph, you're mixing up words. You dropped that coffee cup. Now the document--
Stephanie: Stop. I-- that was an accident. It happens. People drop things all the time.
Pam: Then why are you reading up on strokes?
Stephanie: Why are--
Pam: You don't do that kind of thing for kicks.
Stephanie: Why are you badgering me?
Pam: Because I've seen it before, Steph, with mother. She had the same symptoms-- mixing up her words, dropping things. But she got better, and so will you.
Stephanie: Stop this right now.
Pam: Ridge's birthday. When is it?
Pam: Your oldest son is having a birthday soon. Tell me when it is.
Stephanie: Why don't you look it up on your calendar.
Pam: No, I want you to tell me, Steph.
Stephanie: You are insulting me, and I'm not gonna play this game with you. If you want to pick a fight with me, you be careful, because whenever you pick a fight, you always lose, remember?
Justin: Hate you? How could I ever hate you?
Donna: Then you understand?
Justin: Why you didn't tell me about Marcus? Of course I understand. Donna, the sacrifice-- I just wish you didn't have to go through it alone.
Donna: It was the worst-- worst time in my life.
Justin: Why didn't you call me? You knew how I felt. We were kids, but my love for you was powerful, Donna.
Donna: My God, how could I have been so wrong?
Justin: Hey, no. Look at me. When you do something out of love, it is never wrong.
Donna: I gave away our child. I-I thought he'd be better off with stable parents.
Justin: Yeah, and he was. Look at him. He's mature, sensitive, charismatic. We owe a lot to the people that brought him up. He is a magnificent young man.
Donna: (Laughs) Yeah. And best of all, he's come back to me.
Justin: He's come back to both of us. (Sighs) Our son. I want to know him. I want to be a father to Marcus. What is it?
Donna: (Sighs) There's a pro-- a problem.
Justin: A problem? What kind of problem?
Donna: Marcus told me that he-- he doesn't want to know his biological father.
Justin: Marcus said that? He doesn't want to know who his father is?
Donna: He's happy, Justin.
Donna: He's probably happier than he's ever been in his life. He--he and Eric are so close. Eric-- Eric wants to adopt him.
Justin: Your husband wants to adopt my son?
Donna: Please, you've got to understand. It's--
Donna: Look, this is the first time in his life that he has had stability. I-it's a dream come true for him, Justin. Please. Please, tell me-- tell me how you're feeling.
Justin: It's just so ironic that I find out I have a kid by a woman I once loved only to learn that he's gonna be gone again? (Sighs)
Donna: I'm--I'm sorry. It's why I-I thought it was best that you--you didn't know.
Justin: No. Don't say that. God blessed us with a child. He brought him back to us. It was meant that I know. I am happy beyond words that you have given me a son. It's given me such a great joy. (Sighs) Thank you, Donna. (Sighs) Thank you for my son.
Justin: (Sighs) We didn't bring him up, but we're all here now at the same time, the same place. And I am thrilled beyond words...
Justin: That we have a son. There is nothing more that you could have done. I want to get to know him, Donna. But if that is not what he wants--
Donna: I don't know. I don't know. I don't know what's the right thing to do.
Donna: I-- I'll make-- I'll make an introduction, okay? I'll make an introduction, but I-I can't promise you anything.
Justin: (Sighs) Okay. (Laughs)
Donna: (Laughs) Okay.
Justin: All right. (Sighs)
Marcus: Um... (Clears throat) uh, I'm sorry. I, um, I didn't mean to inter... rupt.
Marcus: Um, no, is he... is he, um--
Marcus: Is this my father?
Pam: I want to help you, Steph.
Stephanie: Well, you canít.
Pam: Because you won't let me.
Stephanie: No, because I'm not sick.
Pam: How are you gonna get better if you won't admit that there's anything wrong? Everyone is noticing, Steph.
Stephanie: Yeah, well, everyone is wrong. You know, if you keep saying to someone over and over again they're sick, they could end up being sick. Is that--is that what you want?
Pam: Of course not.
Stephanie: Yeah, besides, you know you're delusional. I mean, come on, all the stuff with Donna? The cabin, the bear, the honey, all of that stuff. You could have gone to jail, but you didn't, and you know why?
Pam: Because of you.
Stephanie: That's right. Because I save you every time. Now who got you the job here?
Pam: You did.
Stephanie: Yeah. And after everything that I have done for you, you're standing there trying to convince me that my life's about to end. Well, thank you very much.
Pam: A stroke is not a death sentence, Stephanie!
Stephanie: Drop it! Go! Go! I want you to leave.
Pam: You've had a lot of stress and tension...
Pam: In your life recently, Steph. You've lost your husband! You lost your home, your company. Maybe you're trying to prove something to the world right now, or prove something to yourself. I don't know what you're doing. But you're sick, Steph. You are sick, and you gotta be careful. If you ignore these warning signs, you could die. Yes, you have always taken care of me. But now it's my turn. I want to take care of you. So if you've had a stroke--
Stephanie: Don't say it! I want you to leave. Do you understand? I want you to leave.
Pam: Okay. All right. Um, just sign this little document for me please...
Pam: And I will be out of your hair.
Stephanie: Okay, I'll sign it.
Stephanie: Okay! I--
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