The Bold and The Beautiful Transcript Thursday 11/12/09
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Katie: Oh, my wedding day. Somebody pinch me and tell me this is real.
Brooke: Oh, it's real, all right.
Brooke: A perfect day for a wedding in the park.
Donna: Bill's gonna be knocked out when he sees his gorgeous bride.
(Cell phone rings)
Katie: Too late to change your mind, mister.
Bill: Not a chance, though it's not too late to change your mind about where.
Katie: No, no, no, no. I want the wedding to be in the park. It's gonna be perfect and beautiful.
Bill: Okay. You're the bride. It's your day.
Katie: The next time you see me, I'll be saying "I do."
Serge: No, no, no, no, no, no, no, no. You're gonna kill it if you don't stop fluffin' it. Go get the other arrangements. I got to do everything. (Sighs) Those tablecloths aren't gonna iron themselves! People, please!
Eric: Oh, Stephanie. Thank you so much for coming. Uh, "Peter Pan" here is driving me crazy. He's got all these questions I don't know the answers to. You know, and Donna's with Katie, and I don't know what to say to these people.
Serge: Wait, wait, wait, wait, wait. Tacky?
Serge: Let's take it out back and shoot it.
Beth: Where are we going? (Chuckles)
Stephen: Well, just be careful. Just a couple more steps.
(Bicycle bell rings)
Beth: Okay. All right.
Stephen: All right. Look.
Stephen: Katie wanted me to bring you here.
Ridge: Karen? I wasn't sure if you'd be here.
Karen: Hey, half-sister of the groom. I couldn't very well be a no-show. I have to say, though, I am quite surprised that my jet-setting brother is getting marred in a park in Van Nuys?
Ridge: Yeah, well, it's what Katie wanted, so Bill agreed. I guess it must really be love.
Brooke: So is this day everything you dreamed it would be?
Katie: Oh, I don't think I ever could have dreamed anything like this. Today, I'm gonna marry the man who changed my life surrounded by the family I love in the place where I've made so many of my best memories. This is it, isn't it? This is what true happiness feels like. (Chuckles)
Brooke: The wedding in the park--I know it has a lot to do with Mom.
Katie: She raised us all by herself after Dad left. She made us feel safe and secure, and that's just what I want to do for her today. Oh, my gosh, I almost forgot. Remember that old car that she had, that convertible? I-I think it ended up on blocks in the Jansen's garage.
Brooke: The catering car?
Katie: I had it refurbished. It's gonna take us to the reception. I can't wait to see her face.
Donna: What? Oh, you are something else. (Chuckles)
Katie: Oh. And after the ceremony, it will be Mom and Dad's. I just hope she remembers.
Brooke: If Mom doesn't remember, we certainly will. The car, the old park, the neighborhood-- it's where we grew up. It's a part of us. I still remember you trying to climb that old maple tree.
Brooke: And us playing hopscotch in the street.
Brooke: Sisters lookin' out for sisters and our mom stepping in when she needed to guide us.
Katie: And our big brother pulling our pigtails and teaching us to play kick the can. (Chuckles)
Katie: That's why I wanted the wedding in the park-- for us, for Mom and for Storm.
Donna: Oh, I think Storm's looking down right now smiling.
Katie: I think you're right.
Katie: I know you are. (Chuckles)
Brooke: My God. (Chuckles)
Stephen: Well, maybe we better go now. Come on.
Beth: It was there. There. Right there. That's where we used to hang the girls' bathing suits-- on that railing there right after the hot summer day.
Stephen: You remember.
Beth: And my old Impala convertible was right there...
Beth: Full of-- of my catering stuff.
Beth: Oh, come on, let's ring the bell. Let's just see, okay? Come on.
Stephen: (Chuckles) Okay. Okay. Okay.
Woman: Beth? Stephen? Hi!
Man: I thought that was you.
Woman: How are you? How have you been?
Man: Mike and Kelly DeMartin. It's been years.
Beth: How have you been? Hi.
Stephen: Hi. Hi.
Kelly: You, well, you know, I got to tell you something. You were so good about writing letters about the girls. And then your letters stopped last year, and I worried that something had happened.
Stephen: Well, something did happen, something great. Beth and I are back together.
Kelly: Oh, that's wonderful.
Beth: And Katie is getting married today...
Beth: In that little park where we used to walk our kids in the strollers and--
Mike: Yeah, we heard. Yeah, you know, it's so nice that Katie’s remembered her roots. She's even given me a little job to do today.
Stephen: Oh, wait a minute. There's the groom. Bill! Bill, come over, and, uh, meet a couple of the neighbors.
Mike: That's my wife Kelly DeMartin. I'm Mike.
Bill: Hi, Mike, Kelly. Pleasure to meet you both.
Kelly: Mm, you, too.
Bill: You knew Katie?
Kelly: Oh, everyone did. You know, she was the most sought-after babysitter in the neighborhood. You know, you're marrying a real sweetheart. Lucky man.
Brooke: Oh, the car's here.
Brooke: It's almost time to go. (Laughs)
Katie: I-I know Bill wanted something different for this day, but I just feel if I'm gonna celebrate my future, I have to honor everything that made me who I am. (Sighs) I know he'll understand. A wedding with family is far richer than anything money can buy.
Man: Hey, good afternoon.
Karen: Hey, bro.
Bill: Karen. Thanks for being here.
Karen: Oh, well, I wouldn't miss it for the world-- your last few hours as a free man.
Bill: Ridge, I know I'm not your favorite person, but, uh, thanks for coming. And thanks especially for designing Katie’s gown. She tells me it's quite breathtaking.
Ridge: I'm just glad she's pleased.
Bill: You've made her happy, so I'm grateful.
Ridge: Like I said, I'm very happy she's happy.
Karen: So this is where the great media mogul Bill Spencer Jr. is tying the knot? Not quite as sophisticated as your yacht.
Bill: (Chuckles) Well, I wanted to whisk Katie away, but this is what she wanted.
Brooke: (Sighs) We better hurry. There's not much time.
Katie: Oh, God.
Brooke: Oh, Katie, you're gonna make such a beautiful bride.
Katie: Right now, I feel like the most beautiful woman in the world.
Brooke: Well, never forget this moment, because in front of me sits a beautiful, remarkable young lady who deserves a fairy-tale ending. May you always feel as loved and as special as you do today.
Katie: I love you, Brooke.
Brooke: I love you, too.
Justin: Mrs. Logan, it's been a long time. Uh, you probably don't recognize me in a suit. I usually was in high-tops and jeans.
Stephen: Uh, Ju-Justin.
Stephen: Justin, isn't it?
Stephen: Yeah, honey, Justin and Donna dated in high school.
Beth: Yes, of course. Hello.
Stephen: And we're so glad that you know all about Marcus.
Justin: Yeah, he's a good kid. He really is. I'm so proud of him.
Stephen: Well, you should be.
Beth: You know, I spent so many happy hours playing with my kids in this park.
Justin: Did you?
Beth: We didn't have much money, but the time we spent was precious.
Stephen: And that's the greatest regret of my life-- leaving my family, not being here to share their childhood.
Justin: Yeah, I know the feeling. (Chuckles)
Beth: Well, it's never too late to make up for lost time.
Justin: Yeah, I hope you're right. It's good seeing you.
Stephen: Good to see you, too.
Justin: All right. Take care.
Stephen: Hey, guys.
Beth: Hi, honey.
Donna: Hi. See you soon.
Stephanie: You're going to need it to get you through the day.
Eric: You're right about that. Sit down. You're stronger. How you feeling?
Stephanie: What did Thorne tell you?
Eric: Thorne told me everything.
Stephanie: (Scoffs) Big mouth. (Sighs)
Eric: You're a proud woman. You don't want anyone to ever know about what's going on in your life, huh? I've known you for a long time. It scared you, didn't it?
Stephanie: A little. But I can still shake a mean martini, and that's what counts.
Eric: Well, you're right about that. You have never wanted anyone to see you vulnerable.
Stephanie: Eric, come on. You've seen me vulnerable many, many times.
Eric: Eh, seldom. I saw you vulnerable when we went to Chicago to confront your mother about what she allowed your father to do to you. I saw it then. How's your mother? How is she?
Stephanie: Always asks for you.
Eric: (Chuckles) Good.
Stephanie: How are you doing?
Eric: (Clears throat) (Groans) This Spencer business-- I don't think it's ever gonna end. I thought that once he took over, Donna and I could go away, spend some time alone, take a trip together. But now she's-- oh, she's so busy with this TV show and Justin and--
Stephanie: Is that a problem for you?
Eric: It turns out that Justin is, uh, is Marcus' father.
Stephanie: Eric, that girl loves you.
Stephanie: But don't say I didn't tell you. You let one of them in the family, and then they multiply like rabbits.
Eric: All right, all right, all right, just be careful. She's my wife, you know.
Stephanie: Okay, so she's a pretty bunny. How's that?
Eric: No, she is, uh, caviar.
Stephanie: I wouldn't put her that high-end, honey. (Laughs)
Eric: No, no, no. Bill Spencer better be paying for this.
Stephanie: Well, the Logans-- have--have they ever paid for anything in their lives?
Eric: You know what? Let's just eat it all. Honey, would you bring some more, please? And--and--and more lemon. We're gonna need more lemon. Would you? Thank you. (Chuckles)
Justin: Your mother and I used to sit on those porch stairs doing homework.
Justin: Okay, that's what we said we were doing, okay? (Chuckles)
Marcus: Ah, yeah. (Chuckles)
Justin: Two kids so in love. I thought we'd be together forever.
Jarrett: (Sighs) Sorry I'm late. I couldn't find the park.
Bill: We're standing in it.
Jarrett: Oh. Oh. I thought this was a yard.
Bill: We should be on my yacht sailing into the sunset with the wind in Katie’s hair. Instead, we landed in Mayberry. But it's what Katie wants, so we're going to make the best of it.
Jarrett: I'm sure it's going to be perfect.
Boy: Who's that? Who's that?
Stephen: Hey, Bill. Bill, I, uh, I want to thank you for having the wedding here.
Bill: Anything to please my bride.
Stephen: The Logan girls are all about family, Bill. It's what makes the Logans tick. And now that you're gonna be part of it, I think I should warn you we're a pretty tight, fierce little group. Once you're one of us, you're one of us for life. You think you can handle that?
Bill: I think-- I think I'm honored.
Stephen: I'm trusting you with something very precious to me-- my little girl. So you take good care of her, huh?
Bill: I will... for the rest of my life.
Stephen: Welcome to the family.
Eric: A man's house is supposed to be his castle.
Stephanie: Don't let Spencer across the moat.
Eric: Not only has he invaded my business, but now he's invading my house.
Stephanie: Oh, honey.
(Cell phone rings)
Stephanie: Aha! The gatekeeper.
Eric: Yeah. (Ring)
Eric: Donna, hi.
Donna: Eric, where are you? I hope you're on your way.
Eric: No, I'm still at the house. In fact, uh, you know what? I'm gonna stay here.
Donna: What do you mean, Eric? It's my sister's wedding today.
Eric: Look, you know how I feel about Spencer. I'm not gonna come. I'm sorry, honey, but I'm--I'm gonna stay here.
Donna: What are you doing?
Justin: Lookin' for something.
Donna: Is that it?
Justin: You remember.
Justin: (Chuckles) I can't believe it's still there after all these years.
Donna: So many years ago...
Donna: After our homecoming dance.
Donna: I mean, the tree was a lot smaller then.
Justin: Well... (Sighs) It's good to know some things last forever. (Chuckles) Being back here in this neighborhood, it's as if no time has passed. You know, we could have just ditched study hall and be on our way up to Mulholland Drive at the lookout, remember?
Donna: Oh, my God. We were so crazy.
Justin: Yeah. Crazy about each other. You were my whole world, Donna.
Donna: And Eric is mine. Justin, when I love somebody, I'm--I'm faithful. There's no room in my heart for another man.
Donna: That--I-I can't change who I am.
Justin: Well, neither can I. I was always persistent on and off the court. It is how I got you all those years ago.
Justin: (Chuckles) So... if you and Eric ever...
Donna: We--we won’t. No. We're happy.
Donna: But you were the first man who ever truly made me feel loved. And because of you, I have Marcus. And for that, I'll-- you'll always have a special place in my heart.
Justin: Looks like they're gettin' started over there. I guess I should go. (Sighs)
Man: Ladies and gentlemen, the bride has arrived. Will the groom and his groomsmen take their places, please?
Bill: Where are the vows, Jarrett?
Jarrett: Oh, um--
Bill: I swear I'll send you off to Alaska to work at "The Moosehead Gazette" if you don't cough up something brilliant.
Justin: You can't have someone else write your wedding vows.
Bill: This whole neighborhood loves this woman. I have to sound like a poet.
Bill: And expressing my emotions is not my strong suit.
Justin: Bill, just speak from the heart.
Bill: I don't have a heart, remember?
(Guitar music playing)
(Wagner's "Bridal Chorus from 'Lohengrin'" playing)
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