B&B Transcript Friday 5/25/12

The Bold and The Beautiful Transcript Friday 5/25/12


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Deacon: So you're gonna get me out of here, huh?

Bill: That's what I said.

Deacon: Ah. To see my daughter.

Bill: Right.

Deacon: What kind of scam are you running? Did hope send you here

Bill: Nope.

Deacon: Well, Theo?

Bill: I sent me. Now do you want to get out or not?

Deacon: Well, now that all depends on what I have to do once I see her.

Brooke: (Sighs) last chance before I ask your dad.

Ridge: Hope's wedding gown. Ohhh. You better ask da. I... I can't do it, Logan. I'm sorry.

Brooke: I understand. I do.

Ridge: I'm just not comfortable with what it would say to Steffy. I'd like to, but... (sighs) I can't.

Brooke: It's okay. I'm sure Eric will do it.

Ridge: (Sighs)

Brooke: Don't feel bad. I never should have asked you in the first place. Your daughter and my daughter in love with the same man.

Steffy: Liam loves you.

Hope: (Sighs)

Steffy: Part of him wants to spend the rest of his life with you. And it could turn out that way. But I don't think it will. Are you prepared for that?

Hope: I'm sure I'll be fine.

Steffy: Look, um, I know you've had a tough time, and not only lately, but your whole life. And I know I haven't always acknowledged that. But what you were talking about before, about feeling abandoned, we both know what that's like. I mean... (scoffs) at least my father was kind of there for me. He tried his best. And yours, not so much. But listen, whatever happens, whatever Liam decides, we both have support. My mother is like a rock for me. And your mom, you know, as messed up as she is... she'll always be there for you. So will my dad. Look, I know I've been selfish about that in the past, but I am glad he can be the father for you that Deacon Sharpe never was.

Bill: Well, now that you mention it, there might be a little something you can do for me when you finally meet up with hope. And after all, if I go to the trouble of getting you out of here--

Deacon: Forget it.

Bill: You sure about that?

Deacon: (Scoffs) I'm not talking to you about hope.

Bill: I'm not asking you to talk, Deacon. You just have to listen. You know, like you do to the guards who run roughshod over you 24/7. But I can take you away from all that, Deacon. I can give you you freedom, and here's all you have to do. (Knock on door)

Ridge: Busy?

Steffy: Hey, dad. Come on in. Checkin' up on me?

Ridge: Maybe.

Steffy: (Sighs)

Ridge: You hanging in there? Not much time left.

Steffy: I'm, uh, I'm doing fine.

Ridge: I know you're counting on Liam changing his mind about this divorce.

Steffy: I'm not counting on anything. He'll decide if he goes through with it or he won't. But I believe in our marriage. And deep down, so does Liam.

Ridge: Well, if we can just get him to realize that before he marries hope.

Hope: Hi. Is aunt Katie in here?

Brooke: Oh, uh, she left a while ago.

Hope: Oh. She texted me, said she had some kind of news.

Brooke: Ye--

Hope: What? Is--is it bad?

Brooke: Uh... (sighs) I don't know. Yeah--no. I--

Hope: Mom, what's going on?

Brooke: (Sighs) she's pregnant.

Hope: Oh, my god! That's great. That's--that's good news, right? I mean, I--

Brooke: No, I know. I know. I'm just concerned about her health. But she convince that she's gonna be just fine.

Hope: Okay. Good. Oh, wow, bill must be in shock.

Brooke: Well, you know bill. He doesn't want anybody that he loves to get hurt-- Liam, Katie. But she did say that he's coming round to the idea.

Hope: That's good. Yeah. Maybe that means one day he'll come around to the idea of me. (Chuckles)

Deacon: This is my daughter we're talking about, you malevolent, evil piece of--

Bill: I'm offering you a get-out-of-jail-free card. Suddenly you've developed a conscience? You've never been a father to hope. Why is doing this such a big deal for you?

Deacon: You know, man, you come waltzing in here with your sissy-boy jewelry and all your gel, talking to me like you know me. Who the hell are you?

Bill: I'll give you a little insight into who I am, a little something about my personality. And I'll tell you what, it's a character flaw, and I'm really working on it. It's patience. Now do you want to get out of here or not?

Bill: So you're really happy to stay here for six more years? 'Cause me and my sissy-boy jewelry, we'll be on our way out. Enjoy the fine amenities.

Deacon: All right. Yes, I want out.

Bill: I just want to make sure I heard that properly. You want out? So we have a deal?

Deacon: Leave.

Bill: Deacon... such a tease. Six--six--six long years.

Deacon: Not interested, all right. And besides, from the looks of you, you couldn't fix a parking ticket, let alone get me out of here. Guard! (Door buzzes)

Guard: You got a problem?

Deacon: I'm done with this guy.

Steffy: Hope was here earlier.

Ridge: Uh-oh.

Steffy: Don't worry. It was very civil.

Ridge: Maybe because you're both so sure where you stand with Liam. But that will change soon, sweetheart.

Steffy: I'm prepared for whatever he decides. I can't say the same about hope. She's probably too busy planning her wedding.

Ridge: She has every reason to feel confident. Liam has told her absolutely nothing about what happened in aspen.

Steffy: Well, he loves us both. And she knows that. She shouldn't be surprised if he stops our divorce. But I guarantee you she will be. Hope just has this one-track mind. And that was always the problem in their relationship. Back then, it was hope for the future that was her main focus. And now it's her glorious Italian wedding.

Ridge: (Sighs) so you know?

Steffy: Hmm?

Ridge: Brooke asked me to design the dress.

Steffy: Of course she did.

Ridge: But I can't do it.

Steffy: Really?

Ridge: No. He is your husband, and my only daughter-- I love hope. She's very much a daughter to me, too, but I can't do it. I just don't think it would be fair to you.

Brooke: Bill will accept the idea of you and Liam. He has to. You're going to be his daughter-in-law.

Hope: Not that he acknowledges that. Steffy, either, by the way. I just saw her, and she still firmly believes in her marriage.

Brooke: She can believe that all she wants. The waiting period is almost over.

Hope: Mm-hmm.

Brooke: And then you and Liam are going to be married.

Hope: I know. And I'm so excited.

Brooke: Everything's falling into place. I talked to the florist. And oh, did you get that e-mail I sent you about the jewelry?

Hope: Yeah, I did, but I can't really make a decision right now because I don't know the neckline of my dress. Uh, you said that we would have some sketches to look over soon.

Brooke: Right. Yeah. Um, oh, gosh, your dress is gonna be beautiful.

Hope: Ridge hasn't scheduled me for any fittings.

Brooke: (Sighs) yeah.

Hope: Unless, um, you didn't ask ridge. You said that you wanted to handle it, so I just assumed...

Brooke: Well... Ridge isn't sure that he can design your wedding gown.

Hope: You mean he said no.

Brooke: Honey, he can't do that to Steffy.

Hope: No, I get it. Yeah. She's his daughter. I'm not.

Brooke: It's more than that.

Hope: No, he's gotta stay loyal to her. I get it.

Brooke: Eric can design it. It--it would be beautiful.

Hope: Yeah. Yeah. Yeah, he can. I mean, he--he designed one for me, you know, when Liam and I first got engaged, and it really was-- it was beautiful.

Brooke: And he can build on that one, or--or maybe it'll be a totally different inspiration altogether. He'll come through for you.

Hope: Yeah, because Ridge won't.

Brooke: Oh, honey.

Hope: No, mom, weddings are supposed to bring family together, especially a father and a daughter. I mean, he-- he walks you down the aisle. He gives you away. And I think maybe I should just stop hoping for that.

Warden: Mr. Spencer, I don't have time for this. (Door slams)

Bill: You may want to make time. I want Deacon Sharpe out.

Warden: Everybody wants someone out of here. It isn't gonna happen.

Steffy: (Sighs) look, I, um, I know I've been kind of a brat about this before...

Ridge: No.

Steffy: But I am glad that you've done your best to be a father figure for hope. I know. I even told her that.

Ridge: Really?

Steffy: Yeah. I mean, how can you not feel bad or her? No offense, but Brooke's never gonna win mother of the year, and her father, isn't he, like, a total mess?

Ridge: Yeah, you could say that.

Steffy: I don't really remember that much about him, but I do recall you whispering a lot when I was around.

Ridge: Well, we always tried to protect you kids as much as we could Deacon Sharpe is not worth remembering. Be glad you don't. The best thing that could have happened to hope is that he got the hell out of her life.

Hope: (Sighs) mom, I want my dad to walk me down the aisle.

Brooke: Honey, Ridge just said he can't really design your wedding gown. But if you want him to walk you down the aisle and give you away, he will do that. He'll be there for you just the way he always has been.

Hope: No, I mean my real dad, Deacon.

Brooke: What? No. No. He's out of your life.

Hope: Because of you, right?

Brooke: (Scoffs) Hon--honey, I don't even want to think about him. I can't even say his name.

Hope: Do you know where he is? I mean, do you know if he's ever tried to contact me?

Brooke: Where is all this coming from?

Hope: Dr. Barton.

Brooke: Why would she--

Hope: He just came up in therapy.

Brooke: Okay. I have kept him out of your life for a good reason.

Hope: So you've told him not to contact me?

Brooke: Don't know. It's been a long time. It's just that he ally a dangerous person. He's very destructive.

Hope: But what about when I was really little and he was still around? I mean, did he ever try to know me?

Brooke: I told him to stay away for your own good.

Hope: Mom, trust that you made the best choice you could, but... I'm through pretending like he doesn't exist. My biological father is out there somewhere, and dr. Barton thinks that I should reach out to him. And I think that that's what I want to do.

Bill: Are you saying you won't help me?

Warden: Ow could I? There are rules.

Bill: Rules. Rules. I-I know. You know, I-I am really not much of a rules guy, but you're right, there are a lot of rules in life.

Warden: What are you doing?

Bill: Rules about marriage.

Warden: Excuse me?

Bill: Lovely wife. Looks like a very sweet person. Why would you cheat-- (stammering) how old is that girl that you're seeing?

Warden: I have no idea what you're talk--

Bill: Uh, uh, uh, uh, uh. I've done my research. I have proof. And we both know I have the means to let the whole world know about it. Beautiful kids. Alimony's a bitch.

Warden: How could you possibly know?

Bill: I want Deacon Sharpe released immediately. And then the wife and kids, they don't have to know what daddy's been doing on his way home from work.

Deacon: Oh, man, you are a persistent bastard, aren't you? What are you doing back here? I told you I wasn't interested.

Bill: Deacon, you can't play coy with me.

Deacon: All right, fine. For curiosity's sake, how would you do it? How would you bust me out of here? Yeah, that's what I thought. You're ridiculous. You know what, man? You're wasting my time.

Bill: Time. Interesting choice of words, because time is something you have plenty of. If I want to get you out, you'll get out. Isn't that right, warden?

Bill: What do you say? Show our boy here a little love.

Brooke: Know you're an adult, and I can't stop you from trying to reconnect with your... biological father. But please, hope, not now.

Hope: Mom, it's the right time. I'm getting married.

Brooke: Exactly so don't ruin it for yourself. He would ruin it. You're going to Italy, and you're going to marry the man that you fought so hard for. That's what you need to think about-- you and Liam getting married and all the love that you share. Focus on that. No more thoughts about Deacon.

Bill: You're free to walk out of here.

Deacon: Sure, yeah, it's just that simple, right?

Bill: As long as you do as I say

Deacon: This is my daughter we're talking about. What makes you think that I would ever give--

Bill: You don't even know what she looks like, do you? No clue. Yes, you're--you're a hell of a daddy there, Deacon.

Deacon: She's beautiful. She, um, works with her mother, right, at Forrester?

Bill: Yeah, that she does. And, uh, she's doing quite well. She has her own clothing line. It's a big hit.

Deacon: She sounds like an incredible woman. I... probably 'cause I haven't been around to mess things up.

Bill: I'd say that's a safe bet. Your absence has certainly been plus. But that's about to change. Ready to get out?

Deacon: Look, man, what you're asking me to do-- this is my daughter. No. No. I'd rather stay in here.

Bill: All right, pretty boy. Suit yourself. It's probably for the best. I'm sure some of your homies would miss you.

Deacon: Wait. Wait! (Sighs) I'll do it. . .

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