The Bold and The Beautiful Transcript Thursday 10/14/10
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Stephanie: Such a funny thing, isn't it, you know, when you think about it? Life--I mean, we're born. We live this physical existence, and then... and then you die and what have we done in between? You worry and you fret over nothing. Why can't we just make up our minds to be happy and help ease other people's lives?
Brooke: But you have.
Stephanie: But I made a lot of trouble for you, and I'm sorry.
Stephanie: (Coughs) I am.
Brooke: Oh, Stephanie, please, let me take you to the hospital. I think you're getting worse.
Stephanie: Is that her? Is that the kid that took my scarf? I think it is. I'm gonna get my scarf.
Taylor: I know Stephanie is your patient, and I refuse to believe that she's as far gone as her mother was when she came to see you.
Dr. Lewis: And you know, if she were my patient, I couldn't discuss her with you.
Taylor: She's already told me that she has lung cancer, stage four. And I know she's refusing treatment. She doesn't want anyone to know because she doesn't want anyone to tell her that she should fight. Could you please just talk to me about her condition, about lung cancer and what that means, what can and can't be done? Anything. I... (sighs) maybe I can help her. Maybe I can convince her to get treatment. Dr. Lewis, you don't want to lose her either, do you?
Stephanie: That's her down there, I'm telling you. I bet you she's gonna se my scarf.
Brooke: We don't know that.
Stephanie: She probably sells a lot of stolen things, CDs, stuff like that. My scarf. My scarf! Hey! I just want the scarf.
Stephanie: Brooke, give me some money, quick. Come here. Give me some money.
Brooke: Stephanie, no! Let's get out of here. Stephanie, I know it was your mother's, but still...
Stephanie: It's mine. Don't you understand? She gave it to me. I gave it back, but that's another story.
Stephanie: How far could she have gotten? (Coughs)
Brooke: (Sighs) Okay, look. If you really want to look for her, we'll do it in the car, all right?
Stephanie: Huh? The car?
Stephanie: Oh. Uh, okay. All right.
Brooke: You know what I'm gonna do? I'm gonna sit you down right here. Come on, let's go.
Brooke: We're gonna sit here, and you are going to wait right here for me while I go get the car. Do not move.
Stephanie: Where would I go?
Brooke: I mean it. I'll be right back.
Woman: Hey! Hey!
Pam: Is the pharmacy on this floor?
Man: Down the hall, and hang a left.
Pam: To the left. Thank you.
Dr. Lewis: Are these the scan and x-ray?
Man: For Mrs. Stephanie Forrester.
Dr. Lewis: Thank you.
Taylor: (Sniffles) It's worse than I thought.
Dr. Lewis: It's true. The statistics aren't good.
Taylor: Refusing treatment might actually be a rational choice. (Sniffles)
Dr. Lewis: If our statistics were worth a damn, and I'm not convinced that they are. (Sighs) The mets are small and well-defined.
Taylor: What did the oncologist say?
Dr. Lewis: He wants to do a genetic workup, but she won't come in.
Taylor: She won't listen to you? She won't ask any questions?
Dr. Lewis: Not really. Just her daughter-in-law.
Taylor: What are the chances of her having a 5-year survival rate?
Dr. Lewis: Less than 5%.
Pam: My sister is dying?
Woman: Hey. Don't I know you?
Woman: You live down here.
Stephanie: No, I-I don't know you.
Woman: No, I remember you. I never forget a face.
Stephanie: Will you help me? Will you please help me? I'm out of gas, and I'll pay you money. I can give you money if you help me.
Woman: She has money. She's got money.
Stephanie: No, no, no, no. No, no, no, no, no, that's not what I...
Man: Yeah, lady. Open the door, and give us the money, and we'll help you out.
Stephanie: My God, she can't still be down there after all those years.
Brooke: (Scoffs) Stephanie? Oh, great.
Man: (Speaking indistinctly)
Brooke: Excuse me. Sir?
Man: I'm sorry.
Man: La la you grab me more than my heart can stand I like, I like it
Brooke: Excuse me.
Man: I like it, girl
Man: You make me feel like a brand-new man I like it. Thank you kindly.
Man: What can I do for you?
Brooke: Did you see a woman, an older woman? She has short white hair, and she was wearing a gray jacket.
Man: Yeah, right over there.
Brooke: Yeah, yeah, she was sitting right over there. Did you see where she went?
Man: Sorry, no.
Brooke: Are those yours?
Man: Yep. Not studio-recorded, but not bad.
Brooke: I saw somebody else selling these.
Man: Mm-hmm. Ah, for less, you mean?
Brooke: A young woman, maybe 20 years old.
Man: You know, I got a lot of friends. I got a whole lot of friends I got more than one. Ain't it about time for lunch?
Dayzee: Really? I'm not invisible.
Stephanie: (Coughs) (Coughs) Gotcha!
Pam: I don't understand.
Taylor: Pam, I think she's clinically depressed, and she just doesn't know it.
Pam: But she's not depressed, Taylor. She's happier than she's ever been in her life. Didn't you see her at her birthday party, going down that slide? And then she invited the whole family on a yacht trip together.
Pam: That's because... she thinks she's running out of time. Is she, doctor?
Dr. Lewis: It's pointless to speculate about the odds without seeing how she'll respond to treatment.
Pam: Okay. Well, how soon are we gonna know that?
Taylor: Stephanie decided she doesn't want treatment.
Pam: What?! Before she even knows whether it would do her any good?
Dr. Lewis: See, part of the problem is your sister wasn't sick when she was diagnosed. And being treated means being sick.
Taylor: She's starting to feel sick now.
Taylor: And she still doesn't want to change her mind.
Pam: I guess she thinks none of us is worth living for. (Scoffs) And neither is she.
Brooke: Damn it, where are you?
Stephanie: Don't worry about me. I'll get myself home.
Man: Sounds like your missing person's found?
Brooke: No, no, she won't tell me where she is.
Man: Well, we all want to go a little missing every now and then. Have a nice day, ma'am.
Brooke: Wait, excuse me she's really ill.
Man: I'm sorry, ma'am. The law can't help you out with that.
Man: How many times do I have to tell you you can't sell to the public without a vendor's license?
Man: I wasn't selling anything, officer.
Man: All right, you've been in this spot long enough, don't you think?
Brooke: Officer, he's not bothering anybody.
Man: I feel for that guy.
Man: He's supposed to be doing something about me, and the world cannot figure out what. You still want to know about that friend of mine?
Man: Let's go.
Dayzee: You really are crazy, aren't you?
Stephanie: So this is where you sleep, huh?
Dayzee: For now.
Stephanie: Until the morning, and they, uh, hustle you out of here. (Chuckles) I know how this works. And I know you. You're one of those people that thinks that she's entitled to whatever her little sticky fingers brushes onto to keep, right? (Coughs)
Dayzee: Whoa, whoa, you know, you don't look so hot. You should probably sit down before you fall down.
Stephanie: I'm fine. I'm fine. (Coughs)
Dayzee: Yeah, well, the ambulance doesn't come around here if it can help it, so, you know, take a seat.
Stephanie: (Coughs) (Coughs) (Coughs) You're not so tough without your broken bottle, are ya?
Dayzee: Well, I'll tell you what. You call for backup, and so will I, and we'll see who gets it first.
Dayzee: Oh. Don't go passing out on me. That's all I need. You want some?
Stephanie: I don't need a drink.
Dayzee: It's just water. Okay, if you want to have a heat stroke.
Stephanie: (Sighs) Ohh.
Dayzee: Whoa. You okay?
Stephanie: I just need a minute.
Pam: If the tumor are in Stephanie’s brain, couldn't they be affecting the way that she's thinking about everything?
Dr. Lewis: I feel her decision to refuse treatment is more emotional than cognitive. You know her better than I do, of course.
Taylor: Well, she-- she really hasn't discussed it with either one of us. But I think she feels used up. I think this diagnosis came at a time in her life when she feels like her work is finished. She's raised her children. She's made the company successful. And she doesn't need it anymore.
Pam: But life isn't just a project that you take on a-and then decide to call it a day.
Taylor: But to Stephanie, usefulness is everything.
Dr. Lewis: She's lived an extraordinary life. She's done things, seen things, been places many of us only dream about. And now that she thinks she's facing death, she feels it's her duty to handle it in the same unflinching, extraordinary way.
Pam: (Chuckles) God. She wants to be in control, even of this. Ohh! She's so like mother.
Dr. Lewis: Nobody's in control of dying. Your mother had the two of you to watch out for her.
Taylor: And the only person Stephanie is letting in is Brooke.
Man: Sorry. You get into a habit of eating fast.
Brooke: Yeah, before somebody tells you to move on, huh?
Brooke: All right, I'll get you seconds, but right now I really want to find the girl that is selling your CDs.
Brooke: Because my friend is with her, or looking for her.
Man: Sorry. We don't rat each other out.
Brooke: No, no, I am not the police.
Man: You want something.
Brooke: Yes, I am afraid. She is my friend.
Man: Don't be afraid.
Brooke: She's ill. She is very, very ill.
Man: Listen, nothing's gonna happen to your lady in the gray jacket, not if she's where I think she is.
Stephanie: So you steal things and sell 'em, huh?
Dayzee: Well, I was doing really good until today.
Stephanie: What do they call you?
Dayzee: None of your business. And I don't steal.
Stephanie: Why do you live here then?
Dayzee: It's none of your business either.
Dayzee: You know, you better watch your mouth. I've been really nice. And the police, they don't come around here after dark.
Stephanie: You're a punk kid. You think the world owes you a living. Well, I certainly am not gonna interfere with your high finance here. I just want the scarf. Do you understand?
Dayzee: You threw it away.
Stephanie: It blew away.
Dayzee: (Chuckles) You know, I wouldn't be alive if not for the stuff people throw away.
Stephanie: It blew off while I was on a roller coaster. Okay. I lost it. You found it. I'll tell you what. I'll give you a reward. Would that be all right? Here, I have something, actually. Hold on. That's worth 20, maybe 25 times what that scarf is worth. The diamonds are real.
Dayzee: Yeah, and so are the handcuffs they'll put on me when I try and pawn them. No, thank you.
Stephanie: You're messing with the wrong person. I am not afraid of you. Do you understand that? And I don't give a good you know what about your hard-luck story. You have never in your little life ever met anybody with less to lose than me. I just want the scarf. Why can’t... (coughs) you comprehend that?
Woman: Stop it. Stop taking my stuff. You're always taking my stuff. Stop taking it! Leave me alone. You always gotta try to take something from me. You stop it! Stop. Give me my stuff back.
Stephanie: (Gasps) Oh, my God.
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