The Bold and The Beautiful Transcript Wednesday 12/26/12
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Pam: Um, you don't think that maybe there's a few too many red ones?
Kristen: What? Red is a great Christmas color, Pam.
Felicia: Where is Dad's famous high-test eggnog when we need it?
Thorne: Oh, come on. You know this can't be easy for her without Mother.
Felicia: Where is the father of us all, anyway?
Thorne: I don't know.
Kristen: Ask Rick. Maybe he knows.
Stephanie: I'll be right there. I'll be looking over your shoulder. Oh, baby girl. Baby girl. I'll be that little bluebird perched right there, just for you. Just for you, baby girl.
Eric: This is perfect. Thank you. Were you able to, uh...?
Waiter: Uh, well, strictly speaking, Sir, I'm obliged to say your request is against the rules of the house. But...
Eric: Good. Thank you.
Waiter: And your guest will be arriving when, Mr. Forrester?
Eric: I'm sure she's already waiting.
Bill: It is really cold where he lives -- super cold. And he doesn't see anybody all year long. Well, except for these midgets that wear these ugly green suits. And they work for him. Don't ask. You don't want to know.
Katie: Did you tell Liam what time we're gonna eat?
Bill: After Karen and Danielle get here.
Bill: Okay, so, where was I? Oh, yeah. Now, on Christmas Eve, he is driven around the globe by a bunch of flying beasts. And they bring boys and girls all this useless junk that is either broken or lost by New Year’s Eve. And he has the worst business model ever created. And the only way to opt out is by being really naughty.
Bill: Now, here's the important part. And this is really important. Good stuff, like trust funds, comes from mommies and daddies, not rosy-cheeked strangers.
Brooke: The tree's looking amazing.
Kristen: Well, all right, you guys. It looks good. Come on. Rick, plug it in.
Thorne: Oh, yeah!
Felicia: It's pretty.
Brooke: We should have left some for Steffy and Thomas and Taylor to do.
Felicia: (Chuckles) You know what? They've been decorating the pediatric ward all day. They're fine.
Brooke: Oh, okay. Good.
Tony: Is Hope coming?
Brooke: Well, Stephanie volunteered for us to serve dinner at the homeless shelter, and I just wasn't up for it, so she's down there with her friends.
Caroline: Do we know which group Liam went with?
Pam: Hey, everyone! The most amazing thing just happened.
Rick: Yeah? And what's that?
Pam: I saw her. The bluebird. I saw her!
Pam: No, no. Stephanie told me that she was gonna come back as a bluebird. And she did it!
Kristen: You saw a bluebird?
Pam: Yes! I did! A-and I know that it was her.
Thorne: Well, then it was her.
Pam: Don't just say that, Thorne.
Felicia: Pam, we believe you.
Pam: You do. Thank you! It was her!
Marcus: Ho, ho, ho, everybody. Look what I found outside, huh.
Pam: Hi, Guys. Merry Christmas.
Marcus: Oh, hi.
Dayzee: Merry Christmas to you.
Felicia: Merry Christmas.
Marcus: Hey, Darling.
Rick: Marcus, Dad's not with you?
Marcus: No. What, he's not here with you guys?
Pam: Well, um... Eric asked me to see that you all have a wonderful, big Christmas dinner and, um, a beautiful evening. But... h-he's not gonna be with us tonight.
Felicia: Pam, why not?
(Ice cubes clinking)
Eric: Merry Christmas, my love.
Pam: Eric just wanted to be... alone.
Rick: That's a bad idea.
Thorne: Pam, where is he?
(Violin playing "Danny Boy")
Oh, Danny boy the pipes the pipes are calling from glen to glen and down the mountainside. The summer's gone and all the roses falling. It's you, it's you must go and I must bide
Lisa: Hi. I'm Lisa.
Chloe: I'm Chloe.
Susan: I'm Susan.
Máiréad: I'm Máiréad.
All: And we're Celtic Woman.
Felicia: Pam, tell us.
Rick: We're not gonna sit around here eating lemon bars, no matter how good they are, while our dad's miserable.
Pam: Well, I'm just trying to follow orders, you know, trying to make the evening as nice for you all as I can.
Thorne: Pam, Pam, just tell us where he is.
Pam: But I can't. But I promised him.
Pam: I know, but I-I just did. I mean, it's just...
Rick: Come on, just spill it, Pam.
Dayzee: Thorne, where are you going?
Pam: I don't know why he -- no, no, don't eat those before dinner, Thorne. What are you doing? What are you doing?! Thorne, you're gonna --
Felicia: We need to know!
Pam: No! Please!
Felicia: Are you gonna tell us? No?
Pam: Sweetheart, you're gonna break the mirror! Please don't! Don't.
Felicia: You gonna tell us? Pam?
Thorne: We're not kidding now. Where is Dad?
Pam: I'll tell you. Look... I didn't want him to go away. I did everything I could. I begged him not to go, but he wouldn't listen to me.
Kristen: Pam, just tell us. Where is our father?
Celtic Woman singing: I'll be home for Christmas you can count on me please have snow and mistletoe and presents by the tree Christmas eve will find me where the love light gleams I'll be home for Christmas if only in my dreams if only in my dre-e-e-e-e-e-ams
Celtic Woman singing: Have yourself a merry little Christmas let your heart be light from now on, our troubles will be out of sight Have yourself a merry little Christmas make the yuletide gay from now on, our troubles will be far away Far away Here we are as in olden days happy golden days of yore faithful friends who are dear to us gather near to us once more
Hang a shining star upon the highest bo-o-o-o-ugh have yourself a merry little Christmas now Have yourself Have yourself A merry little Christmas no-o-o-o-w
Bill: When I thought I was going to lose you, I... I had a conversation with him.
Katie: You prayed.
Bill: Well... negotiated. Thankfully, he came through for me.
Katie: He came through for all of us.
Celtic Woman: Well, it's been so wonderful being here in the States, especially in one of our favorite cities, beautiful L.A. We've actually seen more sunshine here in the past month than we have back in Ireland in our whole lives. (Chuckles) And, of course, we've made some very special friends here. And I think we have one of them in the audience tonight.
Celtic Woman: So we would like to take a moment now and call to mind those near and dear to us who can't be with us for the holidays this year.
Celtic Woman: I'm dreaming of a white Christmas just like the ones I used to know
Pam: Don't hate me.
Brooke: We didn't want you to be alone.
Eric: I wasn't.
Celtic Woman: To hear sleigh bells in the snow
Felicia: We all miss her, Daddy. Please don't make us miss you, too.
Eric: No. Of course not. Of course not. You're right. You're right. I just -- I-I wanted --
Rick: What we want is the best for you, Dad, and if you want us to leave, we can do that.
Eric: The people I love most in the whole world? No.
Celtic Woman: Be white
Eric: You all got here just in time.
(Instrumental version of "Somewhere Over the Rainbow" plays)
Celtic Woman and the Forresters: I'm dreaming of a white Christmas just like the ones I used to know. May your days be merry and bright and may all your Christmases be white. I'm dreaming of a white Christmas with every Christmas card I write. May your days be merry and bright and may all your Christmases be white. May your days be merry and bright and may all your Christmases be whi-i-i-i-i-te
(Instrumental version of "Somewhere Over the Rainbow" plays)
Stephanie: Merry Christmas, everyone.
From our family to yours...
All: Happy holidays!
(Cheers and applause)
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