The Bold and The Beautiful Transcript Wednesday 4/20/11
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Eric: Don't worry about a thing while you're gone. I'll keep letting Ridge think he's in charge.
Brooke: And you'll check R.J.'s homework every night?
Hope: Yes, I will. I'm sure he'll be a brat about it.
Brooke: Just don't let Katie do it. I love her dearly, but a little authority goes to her head.
Hope: Okay. (Chuckles)
Eric: Well, you'll have your laptop. You can check it by webcam.
Eric: Yeah, Hope and I will make a list while you're gone-- e-everything you need to know about the 21st century.
Hope: Mm, yeah, don't worry.
Brooke: (Laughs) Very funny. (Laughs)
Taylor: Here you go. Don't forget his.
Thomas: Oh, thank you.
Taylor: Ridge, do you really think this is a good idea? You know, the last time we let a child go off to Australia, that was Phoebe, and we had already lost a lot of time with her from being there, and--
Ridge: Taylor, Taylor, she loved Sydney, and they loved her.
Thomas: Right, but she wasn't flying alone with Brooke, was she, Mom?
Taylor: All right, I know I've been outvoted, and I'm supposed to be all right with this trip, but let the record show that I am far from it.
Justin: I'll tell accounting to have it ready by Friday. Coffee?
Bill: No. I stay away from the caffeine.
Justin: Ahh. Brandy?
Bill: God forbid I have alcohol on my breath.
Justin: What, are you getting ready to go to a funeral?
Bill: Worse. Couple's counseling.
Justin: Oh, wow.
Thomas: (Chuckles) Whoa.
Steffy: Mm, don't come back sounding like Crocodile Dundee, all right?
Thomas: What? I thought, uh, women love the Australian accent on men.
Steffy: Uh, yeah, we do, but not on my brother, 'cause that's really weird.
Taylor: I have to go, too. I-I've got a new patient coming in today. Have a safe trip, okay?
Thomas: It will be, okay?
Taylor: All right.
Thomas: Bye, Mom.
Taylor: All right.
Thomas: So... advice, warnings, orders?
Ridge: Make me proud.
Thomas: (Chuckles) You might not believe this, but it's the first thing on my mind in almost everything I do.
Ridge: I think you and I just need to go a little easier on each other. That's all.
Thomas: Yeah. Thank you for believing in me, Dad.
(Knock on door)
Thomas: Oh, did you get my message?
Ridge: Okay, International is sending over your press schedule as well as your hotel and limo confirmations for Sydney, so, um, I'll just go see if they're there.
Thomas: Okay. (Chuckles) (Sighs)
Dayzee: Well, looks like things are better with you and your dad.
Thomas: Yeah. You know, sometimes I forget what kind of a guy he is he's rat. I should probably stop doing that.
Dayzee: Yes, you should. So, um, who's this new girl Sydney?
Thomas: Oh, yeah, you know, it's this girl-- met online.
Dayzee: Mm-hmm. Another link in your "Chain, chain, chain of fools."
Thomas: Yeah, the usual.
Dayzee: (Laughs) Let's see, Australia-- that is only slightly closer than Mars.
Thomas: Well, it's only for a few days.
Dayzee: Yeah, but doesn't it take few days to get there?
Thomas: Are you gonna miss me?
Dayzee: (Sighs) I'm thinking.
Thomas: Come here. (Chuckles) Are you gonna say good-bye to me nicely, or what?
Dayzee: Mm, how nicely?
Thomas: Well, let's see. You're my girlfriend, right?
Dayzee: Which one?
Thomas: The one who's smarter than I am and an all-around better person.
Dayzee: You know what? You might think more of yourself if you think of yourself less often.
Thomas: You see what I mean?
Dayzee: Are you gonna give me another kiss? We don't have all day.
Thomas: Mm. Mm.
Brooke: (Clears throat)
Dayzee: (Clears throat)
Brooke: Hi, um, I just wanted to bring you your copy of the travel documents.
Dayzee: I was on my way out. (Chuckles) Call me if you want when you get back.
Thomas: Not before?
Dayzee: Not before 8:00 and not after 9:00, 'cause I like to party.
Brooke: Bye, Dayzee.
Dayzee: Bye. (Chuckles)
Brooke: Well, things seem to be going petty well here.
Thomas: She's so great. How could it not be?
Madison: Your press packet for Sydney.
Thomas: All right.
Madison: We boxed 500 of them, but I thought you'd like to see one.
Madison: I'm really excited for you.
Thomas: (Chuckles) Thank you, Madison.
Madison: And one more thing?
(Knock on door)
Taylor: You're early.
Katie: Yeah, um, should I wait outside?
Taylor: No, no, come on in.
Katie: I just wanted to have a moment with you so we could talk. Bill, um, he doesn't have a lot of confidence in therapy.
Taylor: Well, why should he? What has therapy ever done for him?
(Knock on door)
Taylor: Come in.
Bill: I see why the waiting room was empty.
Taylor: Katie got here just a few minutes ago, and, um, is there anything you would like to talk to me about beforehand as well?
Bill: Sure. But I think it's important that we do this the right way. So allow me to... assume the position. (Sighs) Ahh, okay. That's better. I didn't want to be here I'm doing this for Katie.
Taylor: Good. So, I-I-I have a couple of prescriptions I-- I need to call in, and so, um, I'll be right back.
Bill: You warned her about me, didn't you?
Katie: Yeah, well, I thought she should know that you're not exactly enthusiastic about being here.
Bill: (Sighs) But I am here.
Katie: I missed you. I missed you so, so much.
Bill: I haven't changed the locks, Katie.
Brooke: (Sighs) That son of yours. (Laughs)
Ridge: I thought you were his biggest fan.
Brooke: Something must have happened when I wasn't looking. Since when did he become certain of women?
Ridge: About the same time that people started realizing he looked kinda like me.
Brooke: Mm. I bet you're subjected to a lot of temptations when I'm not around.
Ridge: Oh, I'm tempted to get more work done.
Brooke: (Giggles) So are you gonna behave?
Ridge: Haven't I always?
Brooke: Oh, yes you are so perfect. You weren't always the best boyfriend, but this husband/father thing-- I think it's your calling.
Ridge: Don't you forget it either.
Brooke: I love you.
Ridge: I love you, too. You stay safe, and you come home as soon as possible.
Brooke: Mm. Did I ever tell you how happy you make me?
Ridge: No. Tell me again.
Ridge: Tell me.
Brooke: You make me happy.
Ridge: Tell me.
Brooke: You make me happy.
Ridge: I'm not real crazy about these promos for Hope for the Future.
Hope: Okay. What don't you like?
Eric: Well, the-- the music is too grating. You know.
Ridge: Oh, please. Your taste in music died with Frank Sinatra.
Eric: It did not. I love the Beatles. I've always liked Madonna.
Ridge: You always liked pictures of Madonna. Come on. Can we brainstorm some ideas here for this campaign, Pop?
Eric: (Chuckles) All right.
Steffy: Uh, you know, I think I'm a little busy to concentrate on P.R.
Ridge: Sweetie, you did fabulous work in that position. I hope you're going to continue with it.
Steffy: You know, um... (Sighs) Honestly, I'm not so sure.
Ridge: Can you two give Steffy and me some time to talk here, please?
Hope: Mm-hmm. Sure.
Bill: (Sighs) So how are things at Brooke's?
Katie: Fine. She's going to Sydney.
Bill: She and Ridge have a good life, don't they? I'm not his biggest fan, but, uh, he's consistent-- forgives her anything.
Katie: Yeah, they've had their problems.
Bill: But they never seem to be in doubt about where they belong.
Katie: I don't have doubts, Bill.
Bill: It seems that you do, Katie.
Katie: No. Thank you for doing this. I know it's hard for you, and I know you're only doing it for me. But it will feel so good to walk out of here today and go home with you.
Brooke: Andy, Michael, thank you for dropping everything on such short notice to fly us around the world.
Michael: It's always a pleasure, Mrs. Forrester.
Thomas: Well, it looks like we have stowaway. Somebody needed to be here to check the catering order.
Andy: I think we can let the tower know that we're fully booked and ready to go.
Thomas: Thank you.
Thomas: So did the food order happen to meet with your approval?
Summer: I don't think you'll using any muscle mass on your trip. (Chuckles)
Summer: And, of course, Pam sent some lemon bars.
Thomas: (Laughs) Great. They'll probably have to be to be quarantined in Sydney.
Summer: Oh, and she told me to give you something else.
Summer: Text me something nice in Australia.
Thomas: I will.
(Plane engines start)
Ridge: So what's goin' on, Sweetheart?
Steffy: I don't know. I'm just trying to sort my life out a little bit.
Ridge: That's gotta be fascinating.
Steffy: Yeah, it is. Yeah, it's really fascinating.
Steffy: Look, I just... I don't want you to think that I feel unappreciated.
Ridge: Do you? Because you certainly aren't.
Steffy: Dad, I love this company. You know, owning 25%, I know I'll never want for anything. And, yeah, it's a great feeling. But it's only fair for you to know that, um, I'm not sure if my future will always be at Forrester.
Ridge: What does that mean? Are you interviewing with other companies? Is there somebody else you'd rather work with? +
Taylor: All right, so I suppose... (Sighs) It would be reasonable to start at what brings you here.
Bill: Go ahead. It's your show.
Katie: Oh, I don't think so, Sweetheart.
Bill: (Whispers) Okay. (Sighs)
Taylor: You leaving?
Bill: (Normal voice) Nope. Am I required to sit?
Taylor: No, not at all. That's your prerogative. You can walk around if you like. Um, you said that you were here at Katie's request. I'm just wondering what it is you're hoping to accomplish.
Bill: I am hoping to accomplish getting my wife back in our home where she belongs.
Katie: I want that, too. I want things to go back to the way they were. We just have a few things to work out.
Taylor: Bill, why do you think it's important to Katie to have you come here and talk?
Bill: Everybody has their price. This was hers.
Katie: Wow, that's hardly fair.
Bill: Katie thinks there's something wrong with me.
Katie: I don't think--
Bill: You don't think there's something wrong with me? Then why are we here?
Katie: Go on.
Bill: I am not your... average guy. Katie knew that when she married me. What's changed? I haven't. It's the way Katie looks at me. That's the difference. So what do you think, Doc? Can you fix us?
Bill: All right, so what advice do you have for us, Doc? We're both very anxious to, uh, get this resolved, aren't we?
Taylor: Uh, resolve what?
Bill: The separation.
Taylor: Which came about how?
Bill: Well, I, uh, you know, I-I think we don't need to look back, right? We need to, uh, focus on the future.
Taylor: Well, that's kind of like saying, "Just fly the plane, even though, you know, the wing's on fire."
Bill: I fail to see the similarity.
Katie: I think what Taylor is trying to say is that she can't help us unless she knows what we need help with.
Bill: (Sighs) As you know, I am a task-oriented person. I don't see any point in--in wasting the good doctor's time with who said what, who did what, whose feelings got hurt, who ran for the door.
Katie: Yes, but we want this to work, right? I mean, we need this to work, don't we?
Bill: Then I think we should, uh, talk about Katie's fear of violence. I'm sure you know that Katie was shot by her brother and that he then killed himself.
Taylor: But has there been any violence between the two of you?
Katie: No, absolutely not.
Bill: I wouldn't say that.
Bill: I think there is a certain amount of, uh, violence or, uh, abuse in the fact that the woman that I love keeps running out on me knowing how that makes me feel. I think there is, uh, violence or at least, uh, coercion being told that our marriage isn't about for better or worse, for richer, for poorer. It is about the power to force me to participate in this blab-all-your-feelings nonsense that I have no respect for. Ultimatums aren't violent, Katie? Well, tell that to somebody who doesn't use them on a daily basis to put the screws to people in business. I love my wife, and I want her back, but I have my limits, too.
Andy: And sorry for the bumpy ride, Folks. This tropical depression, uh, it may be a tropical storm now, took a direction nobody expected. If we can't get above it, we'll go around it. Meanwhile, best stay in your seats with your seatbelts fastened, and I'm afraid dinner service will be delayed.
Thomas: You know, if anybody told me yesterday that I'd be flying to Sydney with you, I wouldn't believe 'em.
Brooke: Remember this about your father-- he doesn't always say the right thing, but he always does the right thing.
Brooke: Besides, if he told us any earlier, I mean, how many women would have come out of the woodwork to kiss you good-bye?
Thomas: (Chuckles) Brooke, I like women. That's why I like to dress them.
Thomas: It's just like this puzzle I'm always trying to solve. You know, the way-- the way they sit, eat, movements they make... (Sighs) It intrigues me.
Brooke: So what about Dayzee?
Thomas: (Sighs) She's special... very special.
Brooke: I think she is.
Thomas: All right, hang on. We're gonna ride this out.
Brooke: Oh, my God.
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