The Bold and The Beautiful Transcript Friday 10/15/10
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Stephanie: (Gasps) Oh, my God.
Brooke: She's not answering.
Man: Maybe she's ignoring you.
Brooke: No, she could be sick. She could be passed out somewhere.
Man: If she's with Dayzee, she's all right.
Brooke: Dayzee? That's the girl? That's the girl that stole my friend's scarf?
Man: Is that what you think? I'm outta here.
Brooke: Oh, oh, oh, wait a minute, please. No insult intended, really. I--look, I can't find her without you. Stop. Help me, please!
Dayzee: What are you doing? Give her to me.
Stephanie: Well, I had no idea. Who knew there was a baby here?
Dayzee: I wouldn't expect you to. You already assumed you knew everything else about me.
Pam: Taylor, we are gonna go find her. I have got to talk to her.
Taylor: Brooke is with her right now.
Pam: Brooke of all people?
Taylor: Well, she's trying to help her to get treatment.
Pam: See? That's what I don't understand. Stephanie has everything that she could possibly want. She's got the kind of life that most people dream about. And she's a fighter, Taylor. She has always been a fighter, and she is damn well gonna fight this cancer!
Stephanie: Boy or girl?
Stephanie: How old?
Dayzee: 5 months.
Stephanie: And who watches her while you're out stealing?
Dayzee: I've got it covered. Are you gonna go or what?
Stephanie: This is no place for a baby.
Dayzee: Thank you. I realize that. We're waiting for an S.R.O. Single room occupancy.
Stephanie: Oh, how long do you plan on waiting? Till she's in kindergarten?
Dayzee: That's the way things work. You get on a list, and you wait your turn.
Stephanie: Has this baby been seen by a doctor?
Dayzee: A while back. She's fine.
Stephanie: Oh, you're a doctor now. Is she nursing all right?
Dayzee: (Scoffs) First you want to have me arrested. Now you want to, what, save somebody?
Dayzee: She's got formula, and they said something about rice cereal, but strained potatoes were the only thing the food bank had.
Stephanie: What, is she not taking the breast anymore?
Dayzee: (Scoffs) She's not mine.
Dayzee: She belongs to a friend of mine. She's not stolen. I--
Stephanie: How do I know that?
Dayzee: Oh, gosh. I'm taking care of her. My friend's in a program and can't have her.
Stephanie: They won't let the baby go with her into rehab?
Dayzee: No, and it's killing her. I mean, she wants to, but they don't allow babies. Besides, it'll be fine. I'm gonna take her with me once I get my studio, which will hopefully be soon.
Stephanie: So what are you gonna do? Just sort of hang around here taking care of somebody else's child?
Dayzee: We all pitch in.
Dayzee: We'll be just fine. Won't we?
Brooke: Sir, let me explain.
Man: Do not call me Sir. My name is Anthony.
Brooke: Anthony, I'm afraid my friend could die.
Anthony: You keep saying that.
Brooke: She went chasing after this Dayzee person for her scarf, of all things, and I haven't seen her since. She has stage four lung cancer.
Anthony: Look, number one...
Anthony: I refuse to let anyone talk trash about Dayzee.
Brooke: Okay. Okay. I'm sorry. I didn't mean anything by it. Really. I-I don't even know her.
Anthony: No, you don't. And number two, your friend sounds crazy.
Brooke: Yeah. (Scoffs) She is.
Anthony: Well, you're in luck 'cause crazy people are my specialty. Follow me.
Dr. Lewis: You know how she is when she makes her mind up.
Pam: What is wrong with Stephanie? How could she not feel needed? Come on, Taylor. You are a psychiatrist. Can't you do anything to get through to her?
Taylor: I have tried. I have, but I can't.
Pam: Well, try again.
Taylor: She won't listen.
Brooke: Your leg-- you okay?
Anthony: Oh, this thing is startin' to bug me again. (Sighs)
Brooke: Were you in an accident?
Anthony: No. (Groans)
Brooke: Are you a veteran?
Anthony: No. They wouldn't take me because of this foot. (Scoffs) Something that happened when I was a kid. My dad started drinkin', and started feelin' trapped, and one day, he just got up and left.
Brooke: He just left you alone?
Anthony: Yeah. Yeah. I was cryin', 'cause I wanted to go, too. You know how kids are. So he nailed my foot to the floor so I couldn't follow him. I don't remember who came or how long or any of that. I never have walked quite right. But I get around.
Brooke: Anthony, that is the most horrific story I've ever heard.
Anthony: Really? Wish I could say that.
Dayzee: Dang, you look pale.
Stephanie: I'm a little lightheaded. I guess I better get something to eat.
Dayzee: Strained sweet potatoes?
Stephanie: I'm not gonna take food out of a baby's mouth.
Dayzee: Well, somebody will be cooking something soon. So long as you're out of here before dark-- that's when the drug dealers come. They like jewelry. They have guns.
Stephanie: Do I look scared to you? I know all about the drug dealers. I know they don't live here. That I can bet money on.
Dayzee: That's right, 'cause real criminals live in apartments and fancy houses like you.
Stephanie: You're a smartass kid. I never really liked this scarf anyway.
Dayzee: Well, it's nice. I mean, it kept the flies and the sun off Tanya.
Stephanie: Take it.
Dayzee: What? Oh, no, not for all your pearls and diamonds.
Stephanie: What, am I sitting here channeling my mother? I say one thing. You say another.
Stephanie: (Sighs) (Chuckles) She sent me this scarf when my husband and I went to a party at the White House.
Dayzee: You met Obama?
Stephanie: Reagan. And I sent it back to her with a nasty note, and that was the last communication we had for 30 years.
Dayzee: You were never close?
Stephanie: You could say that. I don't know why the hell I saved it. I don't know why she saved it. Maybe you do that sort of thing-- hang onto things, you know, because... it reminds you of... (Sighs) Hurtful moments, and sometimes that's all you have.
Dayzee: I don't want to be reminded of the hurtful moments, only the good things, like what I have right now I'm my arm's reach.
Woman: Get Dayzee. Dayzee!
Woman: Oh, Dayzee! Oh, Dayzee! Oh, Dayzee, thank you. Thank you.
Anthony: I like my life the way it is.
Brooke: Do you?
Anthony: Mostly. This comes as a shock?
Brooke: Well, where do you sleep? Is it healthy? Is it safe?
Anthony: Safety is in not having anything that anybody wants. I bet you got all sorts of alarm systems everywhere you go.
Brooke: I suppose I do.
Anthony: I don't like owning stuff. (Sighs) I tried it once, and it didn't agree with me.
Brooke: Well, I never thought of being homeless that way.
Anthony: L.A. is my home. You know, if I'm gonna be labeled for what I don't have, then call me "Chore-less." Call me "Bill-less," "Tax-less," "Ulcer-less," "Paycheck-less," "Bathroom-less," "Toothbrush-less," "Chair-less." You know, there are days that I would give my good kidney just for a chair. It's a hustle the whole livelong day bein' me.
Brooke: What keeps you going?
Anthony: You'd be surprised. I bet I know more people who would give me their last dime than you do.
Brooke: (Chuckles) Yeah, you're probably right.
Anthony: You and this Stephanie, you go way back?
Brooke: Oh. (Sighs) Well, we've been enemies. We've hated each other most of our lives.
Anthony: (Laughs) Well, that's got to be a solid foundation for something.
Brooke: (Sighs) You know, we've really gotta find this girl that has your CDs. I can't wait anymore.
Anthony: How much do you trust me? And how much can I trust you?
Anthony: Look, I want you to put this on. (Grunts) And hide that purse. You're gonna need it where we're going.
Stephanie: What drugs do you do?
Dayzee: I don't do drugs.
Stephanie: I know this place, and I know these people. Believe that.
Dayzee: (Sighs) There's not much I find hard to believe.
Stephanie: Let me buy that baby a crib. She needs help, and so do you.
Dayzee: Everybody needs help. And I must need you for something that I don't know of. Or else why would you be here?
Stephanie: I need to be like you--young again, with a beautiful baby.
Dayzee: You know... (Chuckles) I used to be wanting to be somebody else, too. I-I invented this whole other girl. She was so... pretty and so good. Her mom would never run out on her. And her mom would always come home.
Stephanie: But she left?
Dayzee: She tried. She tried really hard. (Sighs) She would get cleaned up, and she would go to rehab and go to the court and get me out, and we'd be together, and it would be really good for awhile... till it wasn't.
Stephanie: (Coughs) If you have dreams, you know, you can achieve anything you want in this world.
Dayzee: Yeah, well, that's what I'm doing.
Stephanie: Then why are you staying here?
Dayzee: What kind of question is that? You take what you're given. Some of us are given the White House. Some of us are given this. I mean, if you look at it from above, it's all the same, but, I mean, you take what you're given, and you make the most of it.
Stephanie: And if you can't bear what you're given?
Dayzee: Well, then, Mama, you need to get a new set of glasses.
Dayzee: What do you see when you look out there?
Dayzee: 'Cause I see people who lost everything they loved, and they're scratching in the dirt to get it back. I see people who are so down that they can't go anywhere but up. I see recovery.
Dayzee: Was that you?
Stephanie: Glasses. (Chuckles) Glasses. I made a promise to a wonderful woman a long time ago, and I... I really meant to keep it.
Dayzee: Then what's stopping you?
Stephanie: Life. And I'm not well.
Dayzee: You're just hungry. I'll find you something.
Stephanie: No. Stage four lung cancer.
Dayzee: Well, you don't need a baby. (Laughs)
Stephanie: (Chuckles) (Coughs)
Dayzee: What you need is to get your cancer treated.
Brooke: Where are we?
Anthony: Central City east, otherwise known as skid row.
Brooke: What makes you think Stephanie would be here?
Anthony: It's kind of like a human lost and found, where Dayzee works her magic.
Stephanie: "After the verb 'To love,' 'to help' is the most beautiful verb in the world."
Stephanie: "If you can't feed 100 people, then just feed one. Mother Teresa."
Stephanie: (Thinking) What a phenomenal young woman. So much to be done. this is my town. I live 20 minutes away, yet is seems a thousand miles away. I promised I'd make a difference. Instead, when I see them, I turn away.
("Lean on me" playing)
Singer: Lean on me when you're not strong and I'll be your friend. I'll help you carry on.
Stephanie: (Thinking) What have I done with my life? What is my burden compared to theirs?
Singer: Somebody to lean on.
Brooke: Stephanie! (Gasps)
Stephanie: (Chuckles) Oh, Honey. Everything's all right now. It's all right. Honestly.
Brooke: I'm gonna get you home, okay?
Brooke: Come on.
Stephanie: No, no. You're right. I'll go to the doctor. She knows what I need. Okay?
Singer: Lean on me when you're not strong.
Singer: And I'll be your friend. I'll help you carry on.
Stephanie: Brooke, this is my friend Dayzee, and this my friend Brooke. Okay?
Stephanie: I love you.
Brooke: I love you. Let's go. (Sobs)
Singer: Lean on me when you're not strong and I'll be your friend. I'll help you carry on.
Brooke: Oh, Stephanie, your scarf!
Stephanie: That's all right. Somebody else needs it.
Singer: Till I'm gonna need somebody to lean on for it won't be long we all need somebody to lean on.
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