The Bold and The Beautiful Transcript Monday 11/9/09
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Bill: Steffy. No.
Justin: I'm glad you decided to stick around.
Donna: I'm a professional. I don't just give up on things.
Justin: Neither do I.
Donna: Look, whatever might be going on right here, I am--I'm married, and I'm committed to Eric. So can we just focus on work, please? Okay?
Donna: Okay. So, um, I-I see that numbers are down from our debut show. Uh, how do we get people to tune in?
Justin: Two words-- Pam Douglas.
Donna: (Laughs) Why would anyone be interested in what she has to say?
Justin: Well, it wasn't what she said. It was what she did-- that little dance that she did after the show. (Laughs) They're calling it "The Catwalk." It's all over the internet-- over a million hits already. Take a look at this.
("The Catwalk" theme song playing)
Pam: Meow! Meow!
Pam: Meow! Meow!
Serge: Are you dying?
Pam: (Speaking indistinctly)
Serge: That dance is the hottest thing around. Oh, wh-wh-when you do that, are you doing, like, ears or claws? (Hisses)
Pam: Cat ears!
Serge: Oh. Well--well, listen. Last night I was in west-- this club in west Hollywood, and everybody was talking about "The Catwalk."
Serge: Look how many hits you're getting! You are hot, girl! (Gasps)
Pam: (Laughs) I can't believe this. I mean, it was just a little dance that I made up. Now it's all over the internet.
Pam: I guess it's just one of those quirky little things, kind of like my crocheted bikini was.
Serge: Well, you are a trend-setting hipster, sister! (Laughs)
Pam: (Laughs) Meow!
Serge: (Hisses) (Laughs)
Nick: The contract here outlines your obligation for good prenatal care, paid for by us, of course. (Laughs)
Bridget: And we'll be there for you during all your doctor's appointments and, um, actually, anything you need.
Sandy: Thank you.
Nick: And also, the fee for your services is stated in there. We agreed upon that. There's about six pages in there also that--that states that you'll relinquish all rights to the child after its birth.
Sandy: Mm-hmm. Andrea already went over all of that with me several times. (Laughs)
Nick: Okay. Sorry about all the legal mumbo-jumbo.
Sandy: It's fine. It's to be expected.
Bridget: Well, then, I guess all we have to do now is just, um, make it official.
Bridget: Thank you.
Bridget: This is actually happening. (Laughs) Mm! We're really gonna do this. We're really gonna have a baby.
Steffy: I am-- I am so, so sorry. I should not have done that. I don't know what I was thinking.
Bill: Uh, Steffy, Steffy, Steffy, don't worry about it. It's not a big deal.
Steffy: You are my boss. I am totally inappropriate right now. Even worse, you are getting married to Katie.
Bill: Okay, listen. It--it happened. It's over. No problem.
(Cell phone beeps)
Bill: I'm sorry. I've got to go.
Donna: So it's my show, but Pam is getting all the buzz. (Sighs)
Justin: The two of you together are an unbelievable hit.
Justin: We should consider bringing Pam aboard.
Donna: No. No. Spencer Publications owns Forrester Creations. Pam works for Jackie M. Why would we bring on the competition?
Justin: Ratings. We would have an alien on if it meant good numbers.
Donna: Oh, there goes the show.
Justin: But no, without viewers, I mean, it doesn't matter what you promote.
Justin: So? Are you gonna make the call or shall I?
Donna: I'll do it. I will do it, because it won't be so hard to convince her. She lives for this stuff.
Justin: All right.
Donna: That's right. (Sighs)
Pam: Meow! One, two, three. Meow.
(Cell phone ringing)
Pam: Listen. (Humming) Meow!
Serge: Oh, this is like, uh--
Pam: Oh, hold on one second.
Serge: Oh, this is that, uh—
Pam: (Gasps) Speaking of the diva, it's Donna.
Serge: Oh, let me take it.
Pam: You're gonna take it?
Serge: Yeah. Bonjour.
Donna: Oh, um, I'm sorry. I must have the wrong number. I'm looking for Pam Douglas.
Serge: (Foreign accent) Ms. Douglas is unable to get to the phone right now. Who's calling?
Donna: It's Donna Forrester. Who's this?
Serge: Her agent.
Donna: (Whispering) Pam has an agent!
Justin: (Whispering) Just-- just get her over here now to the studio.
Donna: Okay. (Normal voice) O-Okay. Could you--could you give her a message, please? Um, could you tell her to come to Spencer Publications A.S.A.P.?
Justin: (Whispering indistinctly)
Serge: (Normal voice) Oh, my God! Um, I'll have to see if my client is available.
Donna: Is this Serge, the wedding planner?
Serge: Slash agent extraordinaire!
Donna: You've got to be kidding me.
Serge: 1,600,000 hits and counting is nothing to kid about, sister. I'll discuss with my client and see if she can take a meeting with you.
Dr. Caspary: It's great news, Bridget. The ultrasound scan of your ovaries indicates it's perfect timing to move ahead with the ovulation enhancement.
Bridget: And what about the blood work?
Dr. Caspary: Oh, your estrogen levels are exactly where we want them to be.
Bridget: Oh, that's great.
Dr. Caspary: We can begin your injections today.
Bridget: Oh, my god, Nick. Oh, thank you, Doctor. We're gonna have a baby. Oh, we're gonna have a child of our own. (Giggles)
Katie: Wow. You snuck up on me in that fast, electric car.
Bill: Okay, why did you text me to meet you all the way out here?
Katie: Well, I figured you had to see the valley at least once in your life.
Bill: Okay, so that's what this is?
Katie: Mm-hmm. Yeah.
Bill: It's hot.
(Cell phone rings)
Bill: Uh, it's New York. I've got to take this.
Katie: Yeah. Let me take that. Hi. Um, I'm sorry, but Mr. Spencer is not going to be able to talk to you right now. He'll have to call you back. Thank you. I'm confiscating your phone. We have more important things to do. We have a wedding to plan.
Katie: (Giggles) Mm.
Steffy: (Sighs) God. I can't believe I did this. (Inhales sharply) (Sighs) God, what he must think. (Scoffs) Just focus. Steffy, just focus. Focus, focus, okay? Just focus.
Brooke: Hi, Steffy.
Steffy: Brooke. Hey. (Sighs)
Brooke: Hi. Working on the Glamour campaign?
Steffy: Uh, uh, trying to.
Brooke: I just want you to know you were a pro at the photo shoot. Your father's very proud of you, and Katie’s very appreciative of everything that you're doing.
Steffy: Um, Brooke, um, speaking about Katie, uh, I-I have the proofs, and I'd love to show her.
Brooke: Oh, yeah. I'm sure she'd love to see. She's just kind of busy right now. She's planning her wedding with Bill. Bye.
Katie: I brought you here, because I wanted to show you something.
Bill: This-- this neighborhood?
Katie: Mm-hmm. But this is not just any neighborhood. That's the house I grew up in.
Bill: Wow. I really appreciate your wanting to share this with me. But what does that have to do with our wedding?
Katie: This has everything to do with our wedding and what I think would be the most perfect wedding imaginable.
Serge: Donna. Serge, Ms. Douglas's agent.
Justin: Justin Barber, producer.
Serge: Enchanté. Well, what can we do for you today?
Justin: We'd like to make Pam an offer to co-host "The Catwalk" with donna.
Serge: (Laughs) (Clears throat) And, uh, how much money are we talking about?
Pam: Well, because I'm not gonna do it for a measly 60 bucks like the last time, Mr. Barber. I got--I just want to say that right up front.
Serge: Yeah. And she will need her own dressing room, elegantly appointed, of course.
Pam: Yes, preferably with a large bearskin rug.
Serge: And a full kitchen.
Pam: Well, that's just so I can bake, you know, on my breaks, you know, to de-stress.
Serge: Oh, and you wanted your own hair and makeup.
Pam: And, Donna, no honey on the set. That--that'd be a real deal breaker for me.
Serge: Of course, she'll do the dance after every show.
Pam: And I'd like my own baking segment, Mr. Barber.
Serge: She's the next Rachael Ray. You watch.
Donna: O-okay, P-Pam, you've--you're really pushing it here, okay? The show is about fashion, not your stupid lemon bars.
Justin: I don't think we are going to be able to meet all your demands. Doesn't look like we're gonna be making a deal.
Serge: Clearly not. Pamela?
Serge: Let's get to Barneys before it closes.
Donna: Wait. Wait. Wait.
Pam: Do you, uh, you have something more you want to offer me, Donna? 'Cause we're waiting. (Laughs)
Sandy: You know, it's-- it's really nice to see a man who's so crazy about his wife.
Nick: Bridget and Jack are the most important things in my life, and we're very excited about having a chance to add to that little family.
Nick: That's something we both wanted. You know, we had a little girl once, and she didn't make it.
Sandy: Well, this time, it's gonna work out. Ev-everything is gonna go perfectly for all of us. Like Bridget said, it's meant to be.
Nick: I like to think this is Bridget’s good karma coming back to us.
Nick: You seem to know everything there is to know about us. I'd like to know a little bit more about you.
Sandy: There's not much to tell really.
Nick: I kind of doubt that.
Donna: I'll give you the best dressing room, but you're not getting a kitchen or a rug.
Pam: Well, can I at least have a microwave?
Donna: Yeah. I'll throw in a microwave.
Pam: Well, what about my baking segment?
Donna: Once a month.
Pam: Twice a month.
Justin: Does this mean we have a deal?
Serge: Seal it with a hug, ladies.
Donna: (Laughs) Oh.
Serge: And scene. Slap 'em, jack 'em.
Pam: Come on, Serge. (Humming) Meow!
Pam: (Humming) Meow!
Serge: Meow! Oh! I got your foot! I got your paw!
Pam: Meow! Meow! (Humming) Meow!
Serge: Meow! You're-- oh, already--you're--you're-- (laughs)
Nick: So how's your life, I mean, overall?
Sandy: Some bad, some good. Mostly good.
Nick: Okay. You have a family you're close with or a boyfriend?
Sandy: No. Pretty much on my own. You know, my story's not very interesting, but I'm in excellent health and what matters is I'm going to give you guys the baby that you've always wanted.
Bridget: Oh, hey.
Nick: Hey. How did it go?
Bridget: It was quick. Painful.
Nick: Oh, sorry.
Bridget: But of course, it was worth it. I'm glad you two got to spend a little time together and get to know each other a little bit. And, Sandy, I really, really hope you know how much we appreciate what you're doing for us today. You're giving Nick and me the greatest gift that we could only have ever hoped to receive. We get to have a baby because of your selflessness, oh, and your generosity. I don't know how I'm ever gonna be able to thank you.
Steffy: (Sighs) (Clears throat) Hey, Bill, um, it's Steffy. I-I really need to see you. It's important, so can you call me as soon as possible? Thanks. Bye.
Katie: I know the neighborhood isn't much, but my family shared a lot of memories here.
Bill: It's quiet, peaceful.
Katie: Yeah. Storm taught me to ride a bike up and down this street. He was so patient. He ran alongside me for hours and making sure I didn't fall. By the end of the summer, I got the hang of it. (Laughs)
Bill: Sounds like you had the all-American upbringing.
Katie: We had our struggles, but no matter how bad things got, we were always there for one another. I want to show you something. This park is one of my most treasured places. And as a little girl, I used to sit in that window for hours and look down on this park and try to imagine what my life was gonna be like.
Bill: That's why you brought me here.
Katie: I want you to know me, Bill, the real me. And so much of that comes right back to this place, and it would mean so much to me if we could get married here.
Bill: In this little park?
Katie: Yeah. I mean, this place is really special to me. I was kind of a lonely kid. I was so shy and so uncomfortable in my own skin, and I-I would I sit in that window, and I would watch my sisters go out with friends and their boyfriends, and I would just wish so badly to be them. And I just wanted to be anyone other than myself.
Bill: Those don't sound like very happy memories.
Katie: No, they weren’t. But they're a big part of--of who I am. I-I'm not that little-- little girl anymore. Now I'm the woman that you fell in love with and that you want to marry. And I just want to complete the circle here.
Katie: So what do you say? Will you marry me in this little park in the valley?
Bill: Well, uh... this is about as far from anything that I could have expected.
Bill: Or that anyone would expect of me.
Katie: Well, isn't that what you're all about? Doing the unexpected, being different...
Katie: Thinking outside the box, being daring.
Bill: Oh, somebody's working me big-time.
Katie: I'm trying. Say "yes." I promise you, it'll be the most beautiful wedding you've ever been to.
Bill: I don't care if we get married in a little park or on the bow of my yacht, although, I would prefer the yacht.
Bill: (Laughs) As long as I am looking into those beautiful blue eyes, I am good. Mrs. Bill Spencer, the day has come, and I am one lucky guy.
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