B&B Transcript Tuesday 2/22/11

The Bold and The Beautiful Transcript Tuesday 2/22/11

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Ridge: So, Thomas, what kind of princess is this girl.

Thomas: I think she's third in line for the Belgian throne.

Brooke: [Gasps]

Ridge: Thomas! You know how gullible Brooke is.

Brooke: Ohh! Why don't you tell us who she is.

Thomas: Come on, it's a first date, ok?

Ridge: I'll open the door for you.

Thomas: Brooke.

Brooke: Okay, okay. Go to your room. Thomas, have a wonderful evening.

Thomas: Thank you.

Brooke: Come on, let's go. [Chuckles]

Dayzee: And make a cash drop any time there's more than $200 in the till.

Stephanie: So what? Are you going over to get some T-shirts now?

Dayzee: Oh, yeah. And Thomas might have said something about dinner.

Stephanie: Oh, another consultation. Yeah, yeah. He is real perfectionist.

Steffy: Grandmother.

Stephanie: Hi, baby doll.

Steffy: Hi. I missed you.

Stephanie: Oh, honey, I missed you, too.

Steffy: I dropped by the house twice, and Grandpa says you're never there.

Stephanie: That's because he always complains.

Steffy: Oh, the place sure looks different.

Stephanie: It does? Oh, yeah? We just did a little -- dusted since you went to Paris. Not too much.

Steffy: So I'm told.

Stephanie: Oh, this is Dayzee, my friend. This is my number one granddaughter. Can you guess who she's named after?

Dayzee: Mmm, I don't know. [Giggles] Hi, I'm very glad to meet you.

Steffy: Hi. I heard a lot about you.

Stephanie: Well, let's sit down and have some coffee.

Dayzee: Um. Actually, I really have to go. I'm sorry.

Stephanie: No, no. That's all right. Go, go, go. Your brother's making T-shirts for everybody -- designing them.

Steffy: T-shirts?

Stephanie: Yeah.

Steffy: What does he know about T-shirts? Besides wearing 'em three sizes too small.

Stephanie: [Laughs]

Dayzee: All right. Well, good to meet you.

Steffy: See you. Bye. Yeah, she seems nice.

Stephanie: Ya!

Steffy: When was the last time you saw your surgeon?

Stephanie: Dr. Rabin? Why do you ask me that?

Steffy: Because I want to know about your condition. Stop shutting me out. Tell me what's going on in your life.

Stephanie: [Scoffs] This. Best thing that ever happened to me.

Brooke: What?

Ridge: Is this by the book what we're doing here?

Brooke: What book?

Ridge: The book of respectable parenting. Is there a chapter in there about turning over half the house to your son and his date.

Brooke: Didn't you ever have a girl over to your parents' house?

Ridge: Never mind what I did.

Brooke: I don't think anything's going to exceed the bounds of propriety with us in the house.

[Doorbell rings]

Thomas: Hi.

Dayzee: Hi.

Thomas: Come on in. [Sighs] It's not an ambush.

Dayzee: Well, that's good.

Thomas: But would you mind if it were?

Brooke: He did say it was a first date.

Ridge: Maybe it's someone he thinks we won't approve of.

Brooke: I think it's Summer or Madison.

Ridge: No, he's dated them before.

Brooke: Yeah, but it's always been really casual. He was at work, and he said would you like to go out to dinner tonight.

Ridge: That's what dates are.

Brooke: A date has to be planned in advance. That's what a date is, and it requires the use of a calendar.

Ridge: No one uses a calendar any more.

Brooke: I bet it's someone he's interested in. Otherwise, he wouldn't go to all this trouble.

Ridge: He's been interested in things before -- 15 or 20 minutes at a time.

Brooke: Well, I think it's really sweet.

Dayzee: Did you do this tie dye yourself?

Thomas: Yes, I did.

Dayzee: I am impressed.

Thomas: I gave it a lot of thought. I wanted something genuine but not too flashy.

Dayzee: No, yeah. I love the color, the pattern. Stylin'.

Thomas: Plus it'll never fade, wrinkle, or shred up in the wash.

Dayzee: Way cool! Um, do you have an invoice for me?

Thomas: No, we can write it off.

Dayzee: Oh, that was not the arrangement.

Thomas: I'm sorry, I didn't think we had an arrangement.

Dayzee: Okay. So, um, is this your house or what?

Thomas: Brooke and my father's.

Dayzee: And, don't get me wrong, but isn't this seduction food?

Thomas: Brooke thinks so.

Dayzee: Yeah. [Chuckles] Thomas, this isn't exactly what I had in mind when you said dinner.

Thomas: I'm sorry. We could go out if you'd rather.

Dayzee: Yes, it would be better.

Thomas: Okay, I'll just -- I'll tell Brooke and my dad.

Dayzee: They're here?

Thomas: I should turn off the grill. I was going to fire up some steaks.

Dayzee: You're cooking.

Thomas: Yeah. If you ate enough caviar to fill up on it, you'd probably be in a salt coma.

Dayzee: [Sighs] Okay, hold on. Wait a minute. Um... I mean, if you're cooking steaks, can I watch?

Thomas: Feast your eyes.

Robert: God bless you, Mrs. Forrester. It's really great what you're doing for the community.

Stephanie: Oh, you're quite welcome, believe me. Oh, this is my granddaughter, Steffy. Steffy, this is Robert.

Robert: Pleased to meet you. I just want to say thanks.

Stephanie: Please, you don't have to say anything, and you don't have to thank me. Dayzee's name's on the door.

Steffy: Okay. How much money are you losing here every week?

Stephanie: Now, who could put a price tag on a moment like that.

Steffy: Let me just guess. Um... $6,000, $8,000?

Stephanie: Pshaw, pshaw! The place wasn't made to turn a profit immediately anyway.

Steffy: Mm. Obviously, but how long would Forrester last if you let people pay whatever they want? Okay, I understand that sometimes we do things because it makes us feel good. And sometimes there's a little risk involved like gambling or skydiving or signing up to pet a whale, but not every day. And not to the exclusion of real life.

Stephanie: Oh, you think I have my head in the sand? Honey, my life couldn't get any more real than it has been these past few months.

Steffy: Uh-huh! You and Brooke, best friends?

Stephanie: That is a little strange, you're right.

Steffy: I think it's a symptom.

Stephanie: Of what?

Steffy: Adult things.

Stephanie: [Laughs] Steffy.

Steffy: Look, Grandma. I think your life is a little upside down right now. And you're like every person who's ever latched on to yoga or macrobiotics as their salvation. Except with you, it's Dayzee.

Brooke: You really can't get it off your mind, can you? Thomas and his mystery date. It's really nice to see that everything is coming together for him.

Ridge: He was floundering for a while until the men's line took off, thanks to you and Taboo.

Brooke: Now he has a new romance, whoever she is downstairs. It's nice to see that he's excited about this woman.

Ridge: His father's son.

Brooke: In so many ways -- his looks, his talent, his winning smile.

Ridge: You forgot to mention our charm.

Brooke: Oh, I was going to say your humility.

Ridge: Mmm. Feels good, doesn't it, Logan? Our lives are moving along smoothly.

Brooke: Mm-hmm!

Ridge: What? Something's going on there.

Brooke: No, it's -- it's nothing.

Ridge: "It's nothing." Come on, I see those little worry lines. What's going on? Tell me.

Brooke: Well, I hate to borrow trouble, but things have been going so smoothly at Forrester, and now ...

Ridge: Now what?

Brooke: Steffy's back.

Ridge: Oh, no! Please don't tell me you're going to start doing that worry about my daughter thing again?

Brooke: Well, she's not too thrilled about this new-found friendship between your mother and me.

Ridge: Did she tell you that?

Brooke: Well, not in so many words but -- you know Steffy. She's not a big fan of peace and harmony between the Forresters and the Logans. I'm not looking forward to all this tension again.

Ridge: But my mother has accepted you. Your relationship has changed completely.

Brooke: But Steffy still feels that rivalry with me.

Ridge: Look, I'm CEO of this company, and I'm not going to put up with anymore of this nonsense, okay?

Brooke: Speaking from experience, your daughter is not easy to control.

Ridge: She's not going to make waves. She will do -- she will do what I ask her to.

Brooke: Are you sure about that? It's not really going to change how she feels about me.

Ridge: I think Mother's setting the tone here, and Steffy will go along with it. For the first time, I think we will all be able to work together peacefully.

Brooke: Yeah, I would like that very much.

Ridge: Me, too. [Kiss]

Dayzee: I have to say -- your steaks are really delicious.

Thomas: Thank you. I do okay at the grill.

Dayzee: Mm, the best I've had. What? It surprises you.

Thomas: What? Why are you looking at me that way.

Dayzee: I don't know what you want.

Thomas: Probably not what you think. Probably more than you think.

Dayzee: Okay. Thomas, I don't need rescuing, and I don't need anybody to buy me anything. I'm not lonely, and I'm not looking.

Thomas: Maybe that's why you're so intriguing.

Dayzee: You know, I've never known anyone with money before.

Thomas: Yeah, well. If you've got it, it can be like a buffer between you and reality. It keeps you from seeing how the world looks to a lot of people.

Dayzee: Right. Is this how you really feel or is this all part of the ambush. [Sighs] I'm sorry.

Thomas: Okay.

Dayzee: I'm sorry. I shouldn't have said that. That was uncalled for.

Thomas: No, you don't have to apologize to me. You know, I remember you singing.

Dayzee: Oh, gosh! Me and my little inner rock star.

Thomas: Yeah.

Dayzee: [Giggles]

Thomas: I remember your kindness toward Anthony, your generosity, your strength. I've never known anybody like you -- anybody that shines like you do, is what I mean.

Stephanie: It's good to see you again, Jerry. Have a nice day. You think [Giggles] that Dayzee is taking me for a ride.

Steffy: I'm sorry, but I just don't believe that someone being homeless gives a person nobility.

Stephanie: Mm-hmm. Would you give me a little credit? Dayzee happens to be one of the reasons that I'm alive today.

Steffy: That's great that she made you see that life is worth living. It's awesome. Grandmother, it's a little insulting to know that you couldn't be bothered sticking around for the rest of us.

Stephanie: Hey, that's not fair.

Steffy: The realization came -- that's all that matters. But hey, Isaac Newton got bonked in the head by an apple and then realized that it was gravity. He didn't introduce the apple to his friends or buy it a restaurant.

Stephanie: [Scoffs] That's hardly a parallel analogy.

Steffy: All I'm saying is that you're just going a little overboard with somebody you just met. I know you're upset with me for not jumping on the new bandwagon like the rest of the family.

Stephanie: No, no, but I don't want to have a quarrel with you on it.

Steffy: Grandma, I think you're scared out of your mind. Stage 4 lung cancer, who wouldn't be? But this is how you're insulating yourself from it. You keep yourself surrounded by grateful strangers, so you don't have to see the pain and the fear in the eyes of the people who really care about you and who want you around just in case this is the last month or the last week or the last day they have with you.

Stephanie: [Sighs] Okay, maybe there's a modicum of truth in that. You know me. You know I don't wear pity well, and I certainly don't get any from the people that are here. That's true.

Steffy: Of course, you don't. You're like the lottery ticket that just went off. What have they got to complain about?

Stephanie: Steffy, you don't have any right to make a judgment on my relationships.

Steffy: Grandma, look. I'm sure they love you, and who wouldn't. And I don't have a problem with you throwing around your money. Just don't kid yourself you're doing more than writing checks. There are hundreds of people throwing billions of dollars at the homeless, and guess what? It's still here.

Stephanie: Yes, it is, but is that any reason to give up on it?

Steffy: Is it any reason to give up on the people who love you? On Forrester? Grandma, that is your legacy that is just underwriting all this. You spent your whole life knowing it. Look, I'm happy for Thomas that his men's line is such a success. Maybe it'll finally put to rest all the resentment over Mom's shares of the company going to me. But frankly, Dad is putting way too many resources behind it. And look, I keep saying this over and over again, but we've got to get back to what we do best. You know, the Oscars -- you know, none of the nominees are wearing our gowns. I can't go up against Brooke all on my own. She's always going to put Hope's dopey little projects first.

Stephanie: I know. What if this is what's important to me. What if this is what feeds my soul. I know it's just making soup and sandwiches. And who knows ten years from now, nobody will probably even remember that this place was here. I've come to the conclusion that 80% of our lives is just plain futility, so why not do something that makes you happy, something that you love. That's why I'm doing this. Try and understand that.

Steffy: Mmm.

Ridge: It's too early to go to bed. I don't really feel like watching TV.

Brooke: Do you want to take a bubble bath?

Ridge: Let me ask you. What's our official opinion here about parents who spy on their kids?

Brooke: We're against it.

Ridge: I thought we would be.

Brooke: Well, in general.

Ridge: I mean, Thomas really didn't force us to stay in this room under penalty of death or anything.

Brooke: I can't justify spying for spying's sake.

Ridge: You know, I live here, too. I could decide to go downstairs to get a glass of milk or cookies.

Brooke: That is so transparent.

Ridge: Look, how do we know who to root for as parents. What if we want to invite this person to lunch someday with us or something like that?

Brooke: Oh, my, and people accuse me of being curious.

Ridge: Now, where are you going?

Brooke: I am going to get your glass of milk.

Ridge: Now, that is just so transparent.

Brooke: Not if I do it. And I'm wearing a robe, so they'll know I'm not going to stay long.

Dayzee: You know what? I should go.

Thomas: Whoa, why?

Dayzee: Because this is just -- it's me, being here with you. It's weird.

Thomas: What? Dayzee, it's not weird.

Dayzee: Yes, it is. At the end of the day, I go sleep in my world. You go home and sleep in yours.

Thomas: Come on, it's just an imaginary line. Nobody gets vaporized if you step across it.

Dayzee: Thomas, I do not want to be your walk on the wild side.

Thomas: You think you're an adventure for me? You're the opposite. I've done adventure. Dune buggies, rock climbing, ice fields in the Patagonia, kayaking in the Sea of Cortez. I always thought that if I pushed myself a little harder, made myself sweat, that maybe it would all become clear. Maybe things in life would start to matter the way things in life are supposed to matter.

Dayzee: I matter to you?

Thomas: You've captivated me like no one else has.

Dayzee: Little old me? I don't believe you. [Kiss]

Thomas: Believe me now? [Kiss]

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