The Bold and The Beautiful Transcript Monday 5/31/10
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Stephanie: Psst! (Whispering) Are you with us?
Stephanie: What's the matter?
Stephanie: (Normal voice) Okay. Oh, I'm sorry, Hope. Go ahead.
Hope: Thank you. Okay, so I have called everyone here today because I've had this really great idea.
Brooke: Tell us, sweetheart.
Stephanie: Has it got anything to do with the Hope for the Future campaign?
Hope: Um, no, not exactly.
Ridge: Well, now you got me curious.
Hope: (Chuckles) Well, it is actually about the graduation party that I want to throw, and I need your help.
Steffy: Let me help you with that.
Oliver: I'm good, thanks.
Steffy: Yes, you are. (Sighs) What, is that new?
Steffy: Hmm, I like it. What's it say?
Oliver: It's the Chinese symbol for hope.
Steffy: Mm. Hope bought 'em for you. She branded you, huh?
Oliver: I got 'em-- one for me and one for her.
Steffy: Oh. So, what, you guys are going steady now?
(Cell phone rings)
Pam: Oh, sorry. I just need to take this.
Stephanie: It's a good thing we're not in the middle of a business meeting.
Stephen: Pam, it's Stephen Logan.
Pam: I was hoping you'd call today.
Stephen: I'm at Insomnia. Can you get away? I need to see you.
Pam: (Quietly) I canít. I'm at a meeting.
Stephen: Get out of it. We have to talk about last night... those kisses.
Pam: I'll be right there. (Clears throat) (Normal voice) Sorry.
Brooke: Are you going somewhere?
Pam: Um, no, well, yes. Actually, I'm just-- I have to pop out somewhere, but I-I'll be right back.
Stephanie: Uh, what is it?
Pam: Um, nothing.
Stephanie: Anything wrong?
Pam: No, no, no. Everything's right as rain. Hope you--you go on now about your little sock hop thingy...
Pam: And don't mind me. I-I'll be back in a jiff.
Ridge: Okay, so a graduation party, and you need our help.
Hope: Yes, I do.
Brooke: How, sweetie?
Stephanie: Uh, this... this is the whole reason that we're having this Forrester meeting?
Hope: Well, I-I'd really like to think of it as more of a family meeting.
Eric: Okay, so... (Chuckles) what--what's your idea?
Hope: Okay, well, I want to have this totally amazing, fantastic, night-to-remember party. You know, invite the whole class, make it something that they will never forget.
Brooke: Do you want to use the showroom again?
Stephanie: Oh, you'd better check the calendar. It might be available.
Hope: Well, um, I actually have another place in mind.
Hope: Um, Eric, Stephanie, I was wondering if there was any chance that we could use your place.
Brooke: Uh, don't you think that's a little bit to ask?
Hope: I know. I really--I know it is, but, you know, I was just thinking, where could we have something that's really epic? And then I thought of the Forrester mansion. It would be so phenomenal, and everyone would love it. No one else can have a party like this. Please? Please can we use your place?
Stephanie: Let me get this straight. You want to have the entire senior class there for a graduation party. Of course, there'd be no drugs, no alcohol. I don't think so.
Oliver: Steffy, there-- there's something I gotta tell you.
Oliver: It's about Hope and me.
Oliver: You should know where we're at. My feelings for Hope are real, and last night, I told her so.
Steffy: You told her...
Oliver: We told each other.
Steffy: Oh. Oh, you mean the "L" word, huh?
Oliver: That's right. I love her. She loves me.
Steffy: Wow. Thatís... that's great. That's actually a really big deal. You know, a girl never forgets her first love.
Brooke: Stephanie, don't you want to at least think about this? I mean, you can see how much it means to Hope.
Stephanie: (Sighs) I-I--yes, I do. I understand that, but look, Eric and I just got back together. I mean, the ti-- besides, you want to fill that house with a lot of kids with overactive hormones? I don't think the timing is quite right for us.
Hope: Okay, that's fine. I understand.
Ridge: Okay. Look, I have an idea. Why don't you and Dad take the night off, this night she's asking for, and go up to Big Bear and let, uh, let Brooke and I chaperone this party, all right?
Eric: You know, we could get, uh, we could get a lot of chaperones and security and, uh, and just disappear for the evening. Hope never asks anything of us, and she's asking this of us now. Come on. You only graduate from high school once in your life. Let's--let's do this for her. What do you say?
Stephanie: You are such a pushover. He is. He's such a softy. I guess that's why I love him. Okay, okay. You can have the house.
Hope: Aah! Really?
Hope: Thank you so much, Stephanie.
Stephanie: (Chuckles) Okay.
Hope: Eric, thank you so much.
Eric: You're in such trouble if you ruin it.
Hope: I know, but you guys just made my entire year. This is going to be the best graduation party ever. Thank you. Thank you. I have to go tell Oliver.
Stephanie: Okay, don't break anything.
Hope: Oh, I promise.
Stephanie: Yeah, yeah. That's what they all say.
Eric: See? She just runs off like that. Look at this.
Pam: (Whispers) Hi.
Stephen: Oh, you came.
Pam: (Normal voice) I shouldn't have.
Stephen: I am glad you did.
Pam: (Sighs) You are a bad man.
Stephen: Well, is that your opinion, or your sister's?
Pam: She would be so furious if she knew I was here with you.
Stephen: Well, then she definitely wouldn't be happy about the kiss.
Pam: Is that what you wanted to talk to me about?
Stephen: Yes. Pam, last night meant a lot to me.
Pam: Me, too. (Sighs)
Stephen: Oh. (Sighs)
Stephen: I have a-- I'm s-so relieved because I-I wasn't sure.
Pam: But it can't happen again.
Stephen: Why not?
Pam: Stephen, your wife just died. You're lonely. So am I.
Stephen: I-I asked you why it can't happen, not why it should.
Pam: I'm supposed to hate you.
Stephen: But you donít.
Pam: Well, but my sister does, and if she knew I was here with you, you know--
Stephen: Oh, no. No, she canít. She can't, Pam. No, no. You mustn't tell her. She can't know anything about us. She wouldn't understand. She would do anything to keep us apart. You have to promise me that you won't say anything.
Oliver: Hey, you.
Hope: Hi. (Giggles) Steffy.
Steffy: Congratulations. I heard you got "necklaced."
Hope: Yeah. Aren't they beautiful?
Steffy: It's cute. A little too kitschy for me.
Hope: Well, I bet you wouldn't feel that way if he gave one to you.
Steffy: Wow, girl gets the prize and an attitude.
Hope: It's not a contest, Steffy.
Steffy: Oh, especially not now, now that you and Oliver are madly in love.
Hope: Yes. Yes, we are.
Pam: You know, I think I really prefer tea to coffee. There's just something so old-fashioned about a tea bag, isn't there? I'm really kind of an old-fashioned girl myself, Stephen, especially when it comes to family and lying to them.
Stephen: I'm not asking you to lie.
Pam: You want me to keep our friendship a secret from my sister.
Stephen: Because she won't let it continue, and, Pam, I want to keep seeing you. Last night, for the first time, a ray of sunshine came into a very dark place in my life. You, Pam, were that ray of sunshine. You woke me up. You made me see that my life isn't over. I-I'm still grieving, and I loved Beth very much. But you made me see that the best way to honor her memory is to not become a-a hermit. The best way to honor Beth is to be happy. And that's what I want to be. And you can help me do that, because that's all that Beth wanted for our whole family was to be happy. So please, don't let Stephanie ruin this for you and me. Don't say anything.
Pam: All right, I wonít. You know, she's on such a high right now that I don't really want to bring her down worrying about me anyway. But, Stephen, if she hears something, and if she asks me about us--
Stephen: But she wonít. She wonít. I mean, you and me... Stephanie would never dream that.
Pam: Why--why do you have these classifieds circled? You looking for a new job?
Stephen: No, actually... (Sighs) a place to live.
Pam: Why? What about your daughters?
Stephen: Well, I-I don't want to be a burden to them, and I-I don't want to be alone, so... if I could just find someplace temporary, you know, a room or something.
Pam: A room?
Stephen: Yeah, do you-- do you know of anything like that? I mean, you know, maybe a person whose-- whose roommate moved out and needs help paying the rent? Something like that.
Pam: Yeah, actually, I do know. There's this guy down in shipping--Jerry-- and he's--he's got a little house in Norwalk, and he's looking for someone right now.
Stephen: (Stammers) That sounds great, but I was hoping for someplace in town so I could, you know, be close to my daughters.
Pam: Oh, well, I could look at "for rent" signs, you know, when I'm coming to work.
Stephen: Yeah, well, I actually need someplace today. I have to be out of my place tonight.
Stephen: Now, I know. I know. I-I should have taken care of this long ago, but... the way I've been feeling lately, sometimes just getting out of bed is a struggle.
Stephen: So I came here to get a cup of coffee and make a few calls, and then I started thinking about your lemon bars...
Stephen: And the kiss, and then I had to see you. And now I've gotta run.
Pam: Oh, but--
Stephen: I found a few listings, and they look promising. They're a little more expensive than I planned, but I can't be choosy. If I could just find a place that's temporary, someplace that I could stay while I'm figuring out what to do next...
Pam: Stay with me.
Stephen: (Sighs) No, Pam. Oh, no.
Pam: No, no, no. I-I have a spare room now 'cause Steph just moved out, so...
Stephen: That's incredibly generous, but no, I canít.
Pam: No, it would be temporary, y-you know, till you found a place.
Stephen: But it wouldn't be appropriate.
Stephen: Uh, you and me?
Pam: Well, but we're friends, and that's what friends do. They help each other out. Let me help you, Stephen.
Stephen: It wouldn't be... imposing?
Pam: No, not at all. Please.
Stephen: You've made me an offer I can't refuse.
Stephen: Pamela Douglas, you are too generous for your own good.
Stephen: I thank you. This means more to me than you know.
Oliver: It's gonna be at the Forrester estate?
Oliver: Wow, that sounds intense.
Hope: It will be intense. It will be incredible. It will be the graduation party to end all graduation parties.
Steffy: First you take over the Forrester showroom. Now you're takin' over my grandparents' home?
Oliver: You want me to deejay?
Hope: Uh, no. I mean, you can pop in every now and then if you want, but I want you there as my date.
Oliver: Count me in.
Oliver: How'd you convince Stephanie?
Hope: Well, she said no at first, and then Dad said that we could have it at our place, which, you know, was fine, but then Eric stepped in and said you only graduate once, and persuaded Stephanie to let us have it there.
Oliver: Awesome. Takin' off?
Steffy: Yeah, I would love to hear about that fond farewell, but I got more important things to do. Gotta go.
Pam: Hi, Sis.
Stephanie: Well, there you are. Where have you been? What have you been up to?
Pam: Oh, I just went out for tea with a friend.
Stephanie: You walked out of a meeting and went to go have a cup of tea?
Pam: It was hardly a meeting, Steph. It was more like a family powwow, and not even our family.
Stephanie: You upset with me?
Stephanie: Well, I know you want to be happy for me, but you're upset 'cause I'm moving out.
Pam: No, no, no, Steph. I am thrilled for you. I think this could be a really good thing for you and for me, too.
Stephanie: Mm. There's something different about you.
Pam: Really? (Chuckles) What do you mean?
Stephanie: Did Jarrett call again?
Pam: Not Jarrett. (Giggles)
Stephanie: Somebody else. A man. You met someone. Oh, honey. (Gasps) How wonderful. I'm so pleased. Where--what's he like? Who is he?
Pam: He's really nice, and he's really handsome.
Stephanie: Oh, my God.
Stephanie: (Laughs) Honey, this is fabulous. Do I know him? Did you meet him here?
Stephen: Pam, you can never tell Stephanie about us. She wouldn't understand. She'd do anything
to keep us apart, so promise me, you won't say anything.
Pam: Um, you know, Steph, I'm gonna tell you everything about him, but just not yet. This could be something really important for me, so I just don't want to jinx it. Is that okay?
Stephanie: Okay. Of course. That's great.
Stephen: (Sighs) Oh, sweetheart. I'm taking over for you now, so don't you worry. I will keep our daughters safe from Stephanie and her sister. And Pam doesn't know it, but she's gonna help me.
(Knock on door)
Stephen: (Exhales) (Clears throat)
Man: You the guy who wanted to see Mike?
Stephen: Yes. Come in, please. So... you have it?
Mike: Do you have something for me?
Stephen: Oh. Uh... here. It's all there.
Mike: Better be. Pleasure doing business with you, pal.
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