The Bold and The Beautiful Transcript Monday 9/24/12
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Bill: You can do this, Katie. Come on. Keep breathing. Deep breaths.
Katie: What is that? What is--what's happening?
Dr. Meade: Kate, you need to calm down.
Bill: Would you do something?
Katie: Bill, the baby-- what the--what--
Dr. Meade: You need to try and relax. We need to get your hear rate down. You need to take long, deep breaths.
Katie: Is the baby?
R. Meade: Okay? Breathe.
Bill: Come on, Katie.
Woman: It's climbing, doctor.
Bill: Look at me. Look at me.
Bill: You've gotta calm down, baby. Come on. Breathe. Breathe. Breathe. There you go. There you go. Damn it, do something.
Bill: There you O. Come on, Katie. Come on. You can do this. You can do this.
Liam: Y-y-you-- you are crazy. (Whispers) you're crazy! (normal voice) You know that?
Steffy: Oh, part of my charm.
Liam: Knock, knock.
Steffy: Who's there?
Liam: A sight for sore eyes
Steffy: Yeah, you certainly are.
Liam: Okay, I should have thought that through, 'cause I-I meant you. But...
Steffy: Uh-huh. (Sighs)
Steffy: Nothing. Nothing. I, uh, I'm just glad you're here.
Liam: Pretty impeccable timing, huh?
Steffy: Yeah. You got that right.
Steffy: I missed ya, cowboy.
(Knock on door)
Thomas: Hey, mom.
Taylor: Hey. I was, uh, looking for Steffy, but she's not in her office, but I'm glad to find you here. Mwah.
Thomas: Well, you can be the first one to see. This is, uh, Hope's new line. What do you think?
Taylor: (Gasps) that is beautiful, Thomas.
Thomas: Thank you.
Thomas: Did you say you were looking or Steffy?
Thomas: Well, she was just at her place. I was just there checking up on her, see what's going on with the whole Liam situation.
Taylor: Mm. She seem okay to you?
Thomas: Well, she hadn't really heard from Liam-- said he's taking it pretty slow. I don't know. I just hope the guy makes a decision already and doesn't make my sister sit around and wait for him again.
Taylor: Mm, I have a good feeling she won't have to.
Steffy: So what's up?
Liam: Nothing. Been a while.
Steffy: Yeah, I noticed.
Liam: I-I should have... been in touch.
Steffy: Yeah, you were-- you were dealing with a lot.
Liam: How about you?
Steffy: Me, too.
Liam: I'm sorry.
Steffy: You--you don't have to apologize to me. Look, my--my feelings for you are unconditional. I love you, whether you like it or not.
Liam: Well, you drive a hard bargain.
Steffy: I know. I almost always get what I want.
Bill: Keep breathing. Deep breaths, Kate.
Katie: I'm trying.
Bill: I know you are. You're doing good.
Dr. Meade: Let's get her some ice packs. We're gonna try and cool you down. Hopefully that'll slow the heart.
Bill: Ice packs? How about something from the 21st century?
Dr. Meade: Being a heart transplant patient makes Katie's pregnancy and delivery very high risk. We don't want to give her any medication that might harm the baby.
Katie: I'm scared, bill.
Bill: I know.
Woman: The baby's heart rate is normal.
Bill: Baby, you see? The heart rate's normal. Everything's good. He's doing good.
Katie: We have to stop the labor. The baby's not ready.
Dr. Meade: No, no, no. The baby is fine. The steroids that we gave you if we have to deliver will help his lungs mature. He's fine.
Bill: Katie, our baby's a champ. He's champ. He's doing fine. Now we have to focus on you, okay?
Dr. Meade: Your husband's right, Katie. You need to stay calm and relaxed and keep your heart rate level. If it hits 140, it could be very dangerous for you and for the baby.
Bill: Okay, Katie, that means you have to breathe. You have to take deep breaths, and you have to calm down. You can do it.
Bill: Come on. Look at me.
Bill: Breathe. Breathe.
Steffy: Well, I'm hoping that my mother didn't completely scare you off.
Liam: (Laughs) no, she's just being protective.
Steffy: Yeah, it's in her blood--giving unsolicited psychological advice, even to some people who don't really need it.
Liam: (Scoffs) No, no, trust me. Trust me. I needed it.
Steffy: You know, the cool thing about mm is-- is hat she makes you feel okay with whatever you're feeling.
Liam: You know, she's pretty incredible. And I'm--and I'm-m not talking just as a shrink, as--as a mother.
Steffy: Yeah. Yeah, I'm lucky to have her.
Liam: She finally helped me see something-- that unless I can completely let go, I'm gonna stay closed off to other possibilities.
Steffy: Is that how you feel?
Liam: The truth is| I-I'm still pretty messed up. But, go, it's good to see you.
Steffy: I suppose I should, uh, I should thank my mom for meddling.
Liam: Maybe we both should.
Steffy: Yeah, I think so.
Thomas: So you went to see Liam, huh? What did he say?
Taylor: Uh, well, he was a little guarded at first, but we had a nice talk.
Thomas: So you think it'll help Steffy?
Taylor: Went there to help Liam, maybe, um, open his eyes a little bi.
Thomas: (Sighs) Steffy said Liam's been in kind of a weird place lately. It seemed like she didn't even know what to make of him.
Taylor: He's been going through some... changes. And, um, if he can just let go of Hope once and for all, then your sister and--and Liam could really have a chance to have a normal, healthy relationship.
Thomas: Well, I hope you're right. But I just got done talking with Steffy, and, uh, she's not so sure Liam's done with Hope.
Taylor: Well, after everything that's happened, I think she's being wise to be cautious.
Thomas: She wants to believe in him more than anything. She's just been disappointed so many times. I think she's afraid to get her hopes up again, you know, in case Liam's not ready.
(heart monitor beeping)
Bill: You're doin' great, Katie. Keep it up.
Dr. Meade: Dr. Caspary's out of surgery. She's on her way.
Bill: Is she stabilizing?
Dr. Meade: Her heart rate is still very high.
Katie: (Sighs) dr. Caspary.
Dr. Caspary: I'm sorry. I got here as fast as I could. This wasn't part of the plan, huh?
Dr. Meade: She's having light intermittent contractions.
Dr. Caspary: (Sighs)
Bill: Light? She--she's in incredible pain.
Dr. Caspary: Contractions usually get more intense as labor progresses.
Dr. Meade: We're having trouble keeping her heart rate down.
Dr. Caspary: I see. The baby looks good. Dr. Meade, you'll fill me in?
Bill: What can I do for you?
Katie: Just hold my hand. (Sighs) I don't want to be here. This wasn't supposed to happen.
Bill: I know, baby.
Katie: I just want the contractions to stop. It's too-- it's too soon for the baby
Bill: Well, the doctor said that sometimes the contractions stop on their own, so we're just gonna hope that happens.
Katie: Are you okay?
Bill: I'm okay. I'm just worried about you.
Katie: This isn't just happening to me. It's happening to you, too it's okay to be scared. (Sighs) I love this baby so much. I'm not gonna let anything happen to him. We're both-- we're both gonna be fine.
Bill: You promise?
Katie: I'm not gonna leave you, bill.
Bill: I'm sorry, Katie.
Katie: No, don't.
Bill: No, I'm sorry. I let you down. I never meant to hurt you.
Katie: Don't. Don't. Just--not now. It's--it's okay.
Bill: It's not okay. I love you. And we have to get through his.
Bill: I can't lose you.
Katie: (Groans) oh, god.
Bill: There you go.
Bill: You did it. You're okay.
Katie: That was a bad one. They are getting worse.
Dr. Caspary: Well, there's still a chance your body will stop the contractions on its own. Your body has beaten the odds already, Katie. That you've been able to carry a healthy baby this far along without having any adverse effects from the anti-rejection drugs-- that's a miracle.
Bill: She won't take anything that might hurt the baby.
Dr. Caspary: We're gonna keep you and the baby safe. We're not out of the woods. I'll be honest. But as long as we can keep you relaxed, keep that heart rate well comfortably below 140, we won't have to administer any beta blockers or do an emergency c-section.
Katie: (Sighs) So I just have to stay calm.
Dr. Caspary: Yes. Doctor's orders.
Katie: Okay. (Sighs)
Bill: Thanks, doctor.
Bill: Don't tell me there isn't more we can do.
Dr. Meade: We're doing everything we can.
Bill: I'll fly in the best cardiologist in the world.
Dr. Meade: That's not true, Mr. Spencer. We're very limited in what we can do right now.
Bill: My wife and our child are fighting for their lives. There's gotta be something else we can do.
Dr. Meade: Say a prayer.
Bill: Yeah, I don't do that
Dr. Meade: It might be a good time to start.
Steffy: You weren't kidding, were you?
Liam: About what?
Steffy: Well, you-- how torn up you are.
Liam: Oh, does that... hurt you?
Steffy: Hey, I'M... you know, I'm a realist. I know how much you love Hope.
Liam: I still... uh, sorry. Nothing. Never mind. (Sighs)
Steffy: You still can't believe it's over, huh? She loves you, Liam.
Steffy: Of course she loves you. I just--I don't understand why she just can't get beyond the silly rules and regulations.
Liam: That's the thing. To her, it's not silly.
Steffy: Oh, yeah, I know. (Sighs) Boy, do I know. And I think you know that, too. It's really hard for you to let o, isn't it?
Liam: I'm trying.
Steffy: Maybe too hard?
Liam: You're so damn cool.
Liam: You are. Thank you for being so cool about everything.
Steffy: Well, you know. I'm your friend, first and foremost. I'm gonna be there for you no matter what.
Liam: You always, always give me exactly what I need-- uh, space and time to sort things out.
Steffy: Look, it's really gonna take time to-- to let things go. But you will. You're gonna be free, Liam. And you know, maybe... we'll get back together. But I'll know when you've ready.
Dr. Caspary: Katie, you with me?
Katie: Mm, where's bill?
Dr. Meade: Something's going on. B.P. is going through the roof.
Dr. Caspary: Katie? Can you hear me?
Dr. Meade: Katie, you need to calm down.
Katie: The baby.
Dr. Caspary: Another contraction.
Woman: Her heart rate's climbing. We're at 134. 135.
Dr. Caspary: Where's Mr. Spencer?
Dr. Meade: Have everyone prep and stand by for an emergency c-section.
Dr. Caspary: Katie, stay with me. Katie. Katie, come on.
Bill: So let's assume for the sake of this conversation that you exist. I'm confronted with a situation ha... beyond my control, and I don't like things I can't control. I suppose you know that. I believe there's nothing I can't accomplish. It's both a blessing and a curse. On the one hand, it's gotten me to where I a-- My competitive nature, a certain degree of mental acuity. Thank you for that. On the other hand, when you're in my position, everyone comes to me to solve their problems. I suppose you call ??ate. That's what I do every day, all day. I-I fix problems. People walk into my office and they ask for help-- professionally, sometimes personally.
Bill: But I don't do that.
Bill: I don't ask for help. I consider it a sign of weakness. And I abhor weakness, most of all in myself. But here I am in your office asking you for help because this is bigger than me. I can't fix it. Not only can't I fix it... I may be responsible for creating it. I need you. I need you to fix it. So do I. My wife and my son-- they're fighting for their laves. My Katie, she-- she's pure goodness| and she's trusting in you to get her and our son through this pregnancy safely. My son, he-- he's innocent. He's just pure innocence. Well, I'm neither good nor innocent. So here's the deal. Take me. Lave them alone. What did they ever do to you? Nothing. Take me. Damn it, take me! (Sobs)
Dr. Meade: You should be with .
Bill: Dr. Meade, what is it? Is it Katie? Is he all right? Is she all right?!
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