The Bold and The Beautiful Transcript Thursday 1/20/11
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Nick: (Sighs) Well, it's not like those tests are goin' anywhere.
Aggie: Hey, ho, there. We're all done lookin' at the stars.
Nick: All right. How'd it go out there?
Aggie: Nice. He got to see the Big Dipper and the Little Dipper.
Jack: And we want a snack!
Nick: Well, you want a snack? Well, okay. Let's see what we can do about that. I think I have every snack known to mankind. I got--
Jack: Even popcorn?
Nick: Even popcorn. Look at that. That popcorn.
Jack: I love camping.
Aggie: (Chuckles) Camping?
Nick: Yes. We're sailors. This is how we camp. Right, Jack?
Dr. Lewis: Judy, I'm sorry you're still waiting. Dr. Rabin will be out of surgery soon, and I know he wanted to talk to you personally.
Judy: I'm fine to wait.
Dr: Lewis: Okay. You're early.
Stephanie: No traffic.
Dr. Lewis: Well, I'm covering for somebody today, so things are a bit backed up. Let me see if your C.T. results are in.
Stephanie: I'll be here.
Dr. Lewis: You know, Stephanie, meet Judy. The two of you have quite a bit in common. I'll be back.
Stephanie: Okay. Thank you, Dr. Lewis. So breast? Lung? Colon?
Dayzee: Okay, so tonight, I am meeting your biological dad?
Marcus: Uh-huh, Justin, and my mom's here as well.
Dayzee: Okay. All right.
Marcus: Yeah, well, he was hopin' I'd bring you along. He's been wanting to meet you.
Dayzee: Wanting to meet-- have you been talking about me?
Bill: Ah, you must be Dayzee.
Dayzee: Yes, thank you.
Bill: Come on in. Come on in. Marcus, welcome.
Marcus: Mr. Spencer, thank you for having us.
Marcus: Dayzee this is my dad Justin.
Dayzee: Oh, wow.
Justin: Dayzee, pleasure.
Dayzee: Nice to meet you. Thank you.
Donna: Justin called and invited me himself when he realized I was back from my trip.
Katie: Really? So you're here officially as his date?
Donna: Mm-hmm. Mm-hmm. In fact, uh, Marcus and I got together and got him a special gift.
Katie: Oh, I'm sure he'll love that.
Donna: I hope so.
Katie: The proud papas.
Donna: I don't think either would have ever imagined.
Katie: No. But they couldn't be happier.
Donna: Yeah. (Chuckles)
Stephanie: So you-- you never smoked either?
Judy: No. No. (Scoffs)
Stephanie: You know, it's funny. I've always assumed that lung cancer was the result of cigarette smoking.
Judy: It definitely increases your chances. But they are finding a lot of people who don't smoke get it, people like us. When were you diagnosed?
Stephanie: In the fall. How about you?
Stephanie: How's it going?
Judy: I'm doin' okay. You know, research is happening. They're making a lot of strides with genetic testing.
Stephanie: That's what they did for me, uh, my tumor. That's how they decided what chemo to, uh, to give me.
Judy: Oh, you're lucky. A lot of people don't get tested or even have the right mutation.
Stephanie: Yeah, I know. I-I was lucky. People still smoke. That's what I don't understand.
Judy: (Scoffs) This is what I tell people-- you smoke? Quit. You don't? Don't start. And for God's sake, at the first sign of symptoms, get it checked out. Don't wait. I mean, even a few weeks can make a difference.
Dr. Lewis: Stephanie, are you ready?
Stephanie: Yes, I am.
Dr. Lewis: Looks like Dr. Rabin is finishing up now, Judy. He'll be out shortly to discuss your next step.
Judy: Thank you. Good luck.
Stephanie: Good luck to you, too.
Nick: Thank you.
Aggie: So what else do you sailors do when you camp?
Jack: Watch movies.
Aggie: Uh-huh. What kind of exciting, manly movies do you guys have planned for tonight?
Nick: Well, guy stuff-- adventures, war movies.
Aggie: "The king and I"?
Nick: An occasional musical.
Aggie: (Laughs) I had no idea we had the same taste in movies.
Nick: Yul Brynner, you know? He's my kind of guy. I'd like Jack to be well-rounded, know a lot about different men.
Aggie: So, okay. You guys enjoy your movie, and are we still on for breakfast tomorrow?
Nick: Uh, yeah. Yeah, let's not make it too early. I have a feeling we're gonna be up pretty late here.
Aggie: Judging by the amount of sugar you got yourself, I'd agree. Do you want a little help? I could put this stuff away.
Nick: Thank you very much.
Aggie: Dr. Lewis? Who's this?
Bill: Dayzee, I've gotta tell ya, that is a very impressive story, and I want Spencer Publications to help.
Dayzee: Thank you so much. And please, come to Dayzee's. Check it out, see what we're doing.
Marcus: Yeah, you'd be impressed.
Bill: I'm gonna do that. I'm gonna come by, and I'm gonna bring my wallet.
Justin: Oh, indeed.
Donna: Hi. Hi.
Donna: How are you? It's so good to see you.
Marcus: You, too. Oh, Mom, this is Dayzee. Dayzee, this is my mom...
Dayzee: It is--
Marcus: Donna Logan.
Dayzee: Oh, it is so nice to meet you.
Donna: Oh, well, same here. I have heard a lot about you.
Marcus: What? (Chuckles) I see a pretty woman, and I start talking.
Stephanie: That Judy is, um... (laughs) a lovely lady, and boy, does she know her stuff.
Dr. Lewis: Yes, she does.
Stephanie: And I know how lucky I am.
Dr. Lewis: And your luck continues. There are no new tumor or nodules on the lungs. This oral chemo you are on, it seems to be doin' the job.
Stephanie: Well, that's great. Uh... okay, what about my so-called brain?
Dr. Lewis: No growth in size of the six mets. That's a good sign. This is good news, Stephanie.
Stephanie: (Chuckles) Okay, thank you. Thank you very much.
Dr. Lewis: Any questions?
Stephanie: Um... I still get winded.
Dr. Lewis: That's normal. Are you doing your breathing exercises?
Stephanie: Yes, I am.
Dr. Lewis: Stay at it.
Stephanie: One more thing, please. My friend Nick Marone.
Dr. Lewis: Uh, your friend... (chuckles) who doesn't return phone calls.
Stephanie: What do you mean?
Dr. Lewis: You know, I have left him two messages, and he has not called me back.
Stephanie: Well, a man with a spot on his lung-- he probably doesn't want to know if he has cancer.
Nick: Uh, Dr. Lewis, yes. She's at University Hospital. She's gonna call me about some tests I had done.
Aggie: You had your physical.
Nick: Yeah. I told you I'd do it.
Aggie: Well, good. I'm glad that you did it.
Aggie: It wasn't so bad, I'm sure. Is everything okay?
Nick: As far as I know.
Aggie: Oh. Good. So what'd she test for?
Nick: Oh, you know, stuff. X-rays, they took blood, I don't know-- whatever they look for.
Aggie: Do you want to call her?
Nick: Yeah. Yeah, I'll give her a call. I'm sure if there was a problem, she'd be calling me, right?
Aggie: I'd hope so.
Aggie: I'm really glad you finally did that.
Aggie: It wasn't a big deal. Easy, right?
Nick: Mm-hmm. Easy as pie.
Jack: We're having pie?
Nick: We're gonna have absolutely anything you want. You want pie? We're gonna have pie. (Whispering) I don't have a pie.
Aggie: (Mouthing words)
Nick: (Clears throat)
Jack: Hit me.
Nick: You sure? Because you--you gotta have to assume I have a face card under here, and that I might bust. So...
Jack: Okay, I'll stay.
Nick: Busted! (Chuckles) Way to go, buddy. Good decision.
Aggie: So what's the minimum at this table?
Nick: Five jelly beans, baby.
Aggie: Ooh. (Sighs) That's way too rich for my blood. Looks like you boys are all set. I'm gonna leave you menfolk be.
Jack: Bye, Aggie.
Aggie: Bye, Jack. Have a great time with your dad, okay? Don't overdo it. Call me if you need backup.
Nick: Eh, we're old pros at this stuff.
Aggie: Have fun.
Jack: Dad, are you gonna deal?
Donna: I really like her.
Justin: Yeah. (Chuckles)
Donna: I mean, what a change.
Donna: The last three girls he's introduced me to were all models.
Justin: Nothin' wrong with models.
Donna: No, of course. But, you know, he never had any connection with any of them.
Donna: You know, he's enjoying playing the field, but sooner or later, you want something more...
Donna: And Dayzee feels different.
Justin: I must say I'm impressed with what she's been through so far.
Donna: Well, I'm impressed with what she and Stephanie are doing.
Justin: Mm. (Chuckles)
Donna: Oh, no. Oh, no. (Chuckles)
Donna: Does that mean I'm impressed with Stephanie?
Justin: (Laughs) Oh, God.
Donna: Oh, God, how annoying. That's annoying. (Sighs)
Hope: Yes. Will you hand me that one? Thank you.
Liam: All right. Yes. Of course. Looks fancy.
Bill: Hope, you having a good time?
Hope: Uh, yes. Thank you.
Bill: I'm glad to hear it. Look, I still think you're too young to be in a serious relationship, but--
Katie: Doling out advice, sweetheart?
Bill: Uh, no, actually. I was just going to say, and I'm sure you've heard this from Liam, but I think it's important that you hear it from me-- my son doesn't have to be the world's most eligible bachelor.
Bill: If he wants to have a girlfriend, so be it. At least he picked a good one.
Liam: Thanks, Dad.
Katie: I think he might be starting to like you.
Stephanie: Whoa. Blow that someplace else. Yuck.
Nick: Good to see you.
Stephanie: (Gagging) Oh, Lord. It stinks down here. Why don't you go up on deck?
Nick: Make yourself at home. Come in.
Stephanie: (Blows raspberry) Aggie said that, um, your boy was here.
Nick: He's down below watching a movie.
Stephanie: Well, I hope the smoke dissipates before he comes back up.
Nick: (Clears throat) I get it. You think it stinks. Sorry.
Stephanie: So I guess the cat scan-- everything's okay, right? That's why you're smoking?
Nick: It's not like I'm smoking three packs of cigarettes a day. I'm having a cigar on my boat. It's what I do.
Stephanie: Oh, and your boy breathes it in. That's what he does.
Nick: He's down below. It's not like I'm blowing it in his face.
Stephanie: I'm worried about you.
Nick: Don't be.
Stephanie: You didn't call the doctor back.
Nick: (Scoffs) That's why you're here.
Stephanie: You have a spot on your lung. You're standing there puffing away on a dirty, old cigar, as though you haven't a care in the world. What is the matter with you?
Nick: Maybe deep down, I don't really want to hear what the doctor has to say.
Bill: Well, Justin, another year.
Justin: Somehow they seem to keep coming around faster.
Bill: Yeah, don't remind me.
Bill: I've had the pleasure of celebrating many birthdays with Justin, and it's fair to say that we have raised our share of Hell over the years.
Justin: Mm-hmm. Remember your 40th in Montréal?
Bill: For the most part, that's a blur. How about your 30th in Vegas?
Justin: Don't even bring up Amsterdam.
Bill: Then why are you bringing up--
Justin: Hey, hey, hey.
Bill: I told you never to bring up Amsterdam, so let's just move on, shall we?
Justin: Let's move. (Laughs)
Bill: Uh, the point is, we've had a lot of adventures-- rock climbing...
Bill: Uh, hang gliding.
Justin: Parachuting for your 34th.
Bill: All right, I'm gonna make a speech now.
Bill: From the time you joined my company to becoming my best friend, we studied together, we have travelled together. We have certainly worked together.
Bill: So I think it's only appropriate that we are experiencing fatherhood for the first time together. You know, I never imagined that spending time with our families would be more important than chasing adventure around the world, or that we would be in a house with our sons by our sides and... well, you all might want to sit down for this.
Justin: Oh, boy. (Laughs)
Bill: But I'm liking it.
Justin: Wait a minute. Wait a minute. Does that mean we're growing up?
Bill: I wouldn't get carried away, but we might be on our way there.
Justin: All right. Okay. All right.
Bill: To Justin. Happy birthday, my friend.
Justin: Thank you, sir.
Katie: To Justin.
Donna: To Justin.
Hope: To Justin.
Justin: And to Dollar Bill.
Justin: May we continue toasting our birthdays in nursing homes together.
Justin: With hot nurses.
Bill: To hot nurses.
Justin: Hot nurses.
Bill: Hot nurses.
Justin: Thank you. Thank you. Thank you for always making this a special day for me. It means a lot.
Bill: You're welcome, buddy.
Hope: And here's to Bill for being a very devoted father, whether it's to the world's most eligible bachelor or not.
Hope: Besides, it's not Bill's fault it took him so long to find a Logan girl.
Bill: All right, let's dig in.
Marcus: Hey, Mom. So did--did you bring it?
Donna: Oh, yes. Um, yeah. Oh.
Donna: I know that you said, um, no gifts. (Laughs)
Donna: But, um, Marcus and I wanted--,
Justin: Oh, come on.
Donna: No, wanted to-- we couldn't resist, soon yeah.
Justin: Come on. I'm too old for gifts.
Donna: No, no. But this is something that you should have always.
Justin: Uh, okay.
Donna: (Chuckles) You've been...so forgiving, so understanding. I wish I could... (voice breaking) give you the gift of time, go back to the day that I found out I was pregnant. There were so many decisions to make, you know? And it was unfair that I excluded you. But I can't, can't go back. So I'm hoping that this will give you a-a glimpse of what we both missed over the years. Mrs. Walton, Marcus's adoptive mother, uh, she thought that he would want these. And, um, so she sent them, and we thought that we would want to share them with you. He really did have a good upbringing, Justin. I mean, I'll never know for sure, but I... I hope that I made the best decision for all of us.
Marcus: Dad, do you like it?
Donna: Justin? Are you all right?
Nick: There. Happy now?
Stephanie: Yes, I am. Now just call the doctor.
Nick: Do you treat all the patients that come through the Stephanie Forrester Wing at your hospital like this? It must be very tiring for the patients.
Stephanie: No, I only harass you. Look, I'm here to help you get through this, okay?
Nick: Have you spoken to the doctor? Do I have cancer? 'Cause it sounds like you've spoken to the doctor.
Stephanie: As if the doctor would tell me anything. Stop it. Just call her, please.
Nick: I have a mother, Stephanie. And she lets me smoke.
Stephanie: Well, she lets you do lot of things.
Nick: (Chuckles) Look, I appreciate this. I know it comes from a loving place, but really, knock it off. I'd just like to spend this evening focusing on my son.
Nick: What do you mean "why?"
Stephanie: Do you have a premonition that you don't have a lot of time left to spend with him?
Nick: I don't have cancer.
Stephanie: Well, there's one way to know for sure there's a phone. We'll call Dr. Lewis. (Gasps) And look at that. Dr. Lewis' card. Here you go. Here's the number.
Dr. Lewis: Dr. Lewis speaking.
Nick: Dr. Lewis, it's Nick Marone getting back to you.
Dr. Lewis: Mr. Marone. I was wondering if I'd hear from you.
Nick: Uh, I'm gonna put you on speaker, if that's all right. Stephanie Forrester's with me. Are you still there?
Dr. Lewis: I am.
Nick: Um...well, Doctor, I guess you just tell me what you got. Do I have cancer?
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