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Episode # 7264 ~ Rick unleashes his fury when Ridge convinces Eric to make a change; Caroline shares an intimate detail about their baby with Ridge.
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Brooke: I do not want your husband, Katie.
Katie: He's the love of your life, Brooke. Of course you want him!
Brooke: Have I made one move on Bill?
Katie: You're here in my home, meeting secretly with my husband. In my home, Brooke.
Bill: Brooke did not arrange this, Katie. I did.
Katie: You lied to me.
Bill: I told you I had a meeting outside the office, and I did. A meeting about you with your sister, because we are both very concerned about.
Katie: I told you. You don't have to be concerned about me.
Bill: Katie... we have a problem.
Katie: The only problem we have is Brooke.
Rick: Give me a hand with this?
Ridge: The picture of mother stays.
Rick: I'm looking for a little bit of support here.
Ridge: What do you want him to do? Turn his back on his wife?
Eric: All right. Stop this. Both of you.
Rick: I let Ridge take the portrait down for the cocktail party. The party's over. It's time for it to go back up on the wall.
Ridge: You let me take it down? No, no, no. It was time for this one to go up, and now it stays up.
Rick: This is insulting. It's just wrong. I need you to stand with me on this one, dad.
Rick: Looking for a little support here, dad.
Ridge: It doesn't look like you're getting it.
Eric: Look, this is useless, the two of you carrying on like this.
Ridge: It is useless. Rick, this is her house. It will always be her house. Right, dad?
Rick: He's not your dad.
Ridge: Oh, come on. That line stopped working years ago.
Rick: Well, it's true. He's not your son. He's just a bully who took over the corporation, stole my job from me. How much are you gonna let him get away with?
Ridge: Hello, Caroline. Welcome to the party.
Caroline: Is that what this is?
Ridge: Uh, Rick has a problem with the picture.
Rick: Oh, well, I'll find a place for Stephanie's portrait.
Ridge: Yeah? Where are you gonna put it? In the garage? This is her throne. This has nothing to do with Maya.
Rick: This is not a negotiation. Maya's portrait goes back on the wall. That's the end of it.
Eric: I'm sorry, son. We'll find a place for Maya's portrait. Stephanie stays above the fireplace.
Rick: Unbelievable. Maya! Maya!
Maya: What? What is it?
Rick: Grab your things. We're leaving.
Bill: Katie, you're not yourself. You've had too much to drink.
Katie: I'm not drunk.
Bill: I didn't say that you were drunk. But you're not thinking straight. Brooke is not here to --
Katie: I saw it.
Bill: You saw what?
Katie: I saw it. I heard it. I heard you whispering with my husband. I saw the looks you were giving him. You were coming on to him. I've been here before.
Bill: Katie, there -- we were not whispering. We were having a discussion, a discussion about you, out of mutual concern for your drinking.
Katie: Oh, my God! I don't have a drinking problem! She wants you to think that I have a drinking problem! Because then she can have these secret meetings with you and this intimate connection with you. This is what she does. Don't let her do it. Don't let her do it, please.
Bill: Katie, you have to stop this.
Katie: Don't defend her. I don't need that from you.
Bill: What you need is some water and a cup of coffee.
Katie: Right. That's right. Because everything I say is because of the booze. It can't just be me. God, you must be loving this.
Brooke: Not one bit. Your anger, your insults -- yes, maybe at one point, I did deserve that, but not anymore. I am here for you, Katie, not for Bill.
Katie: And this is my biggest problem. Because I want to believe you. And you know that. I've loved you. I've trusted you. I've looked up to you. And that was my mistake, because you turned on me and you took him from me.
Brooke: Oh --
Katie: You --
Brooke: No, that is not how it happened.
Katie: You took him from me. Because that's what you do. You take and you take and you take, especially when it comes to men, but not this time, Brooke. Because this time, Bill and I are good. We are solid. We have a beautiful family, and I will not let you take that from me.
Brooke: Katie, please.
Katie: Get out. Just get out! Your little rendezvous with my husband is over. Leave.
Eric: Rick, Rick. Don't do this. You're overreacting. This is your home, I know. But it's a family home, too. And you have to face the fact that your brother's right. When Thorne, Kristen, Felicia come through that door, they want to see Stephanie's portrait above the fireplace. I want them to see that, too. Maya's portrait can go anywhere else in the house -- in the den, in the bedroom, anywhere you want.
Maya: Babe, it's okay with me. It's like I said. If your father wants that portrait up over the fireplace again, it's fine.
Rick: It's not fine. This isn't about Stephanie. It's about Ridge always getting whatever the hell he wants.
Ridge: All right, all right, all right. Can you admit just one thing? Can you admit that it was the wrong thing to do to take her picture down in the first place? Dad didn't say anything because this happens to you. This is what you do. This has nothing to do with you. Or Maya. This has to do with me putting things in the right order.
Rick: Yeah, according to you, but no one else. You know, dad, I'm gonna have the movers come collect our things.
Eric: Don't do this. Don't do this.
Rick: What do you mean don't do this? I can't live like this. I can't have him lording over me, calling all the shots.
Eric: That's not what's happening here.
Rick: Of course, it's what is. He's in charge of the company. He's in charge of all of our lives. Well, he's not in charge of this guy.
Ridge: Then he should go.
Rick: Oh, I am going, but I'll be back, Ridge. I'll be back as soon as this -- this beautiful portrait here is hanging on that wall. We're out of here.
Bill: Will's asleep? Katie?
Katie: I'm still trying to figure out why you thought it was a good idea to bring Brooke to our home with our son.
Bill: Katie, come on.
Katie: I -- it's not appropriate. I'm not okay with it.
Bill: Brooke is your sister.
Katie: Why did you lie to me about meeting with her?
Bill: I didn't lie to you.
Katie: You weren't completely honest. Because you knew that I would be very upset knowing that she was here alone with you in our home.
Bill: Which is precisely why I didn't tell you. Brooke has her own drinking problem. Who better to talk about yours?
Katie: I don't have a drinking problem!
Bill: Then give it to me.
Katie: I'm just trying to take the edge off. I'm trying to cope with this.
Bill: To cope with what?
Katie: [Chuckles] Do you want to know why I want this right now? Because I'm being forced to ask questions that I'm not really sure I want to know the answers to. Do you want to be here? We have...a beautiful family and a beautiful life together, but is it enough? Am I enough for you? Do you want me? Or do you want my sister?
Brooke: So, to what do I owe this unexpected pleasure?
Rick: We moved out of dad's house.
Ridge: Well, maybe we should throw on some steaks.
Caroline: Or literally anything else, because they keep that fridge stocked.
Eric: No, no. Nothing for me. I'm not really hungry.
Ridge: You got to eat, and you don't want to upset this one.
Ridge: Hey, it's not your fault. And you know what? Maybe it's good for Rick to be out on his own for a while.
Eric: He has been pretty sheltered. I'll admit that.
Ridge: And you'll get your house back. I never liked the idea of you being in the guest house, anyway.
Eric: I'm pretty comfortable out there. I like it.
Eric: Besides, without her -- without her here, it's not quite the same, you know?
Caroline: You're not alone, Eric. She's still here, and so are we.
Eric: I appreciate that.
Ridge: What if Caroline and I moved in here?
Ridge: Yeah, why not?
Eric: Well, you know Rick. I mean, he could change his mind he could come back and say, "it's my house. It's where I live."
Ridge: No. He -- he doesn't have a sense of humor. He's always serious. He never changes his mind.
Eric: I thought you liked Venice and you liked that whole bohemian artist thing. You loved it.
Ridge: No, it's -- it's nice, but we could use the space. And now we have someone else coming to join us, so...
Eric: No. You don't have to do that. Not for me.
Ridge: Oh, we're -- we're not doing it for you. We're partly doing it for you, but also the idea of raising a child here, in the place where his or her dad was raised -- that's -- that's -- that's kind of cool. I think she would like it. I know I didn't ask you before. It -- it makes sense. What do you say? We have a midwife and -- and -- and we were planning a home birth, so I mean, if -- if this is really happening, that means that our -- our little one could just start life here.
Ridge: Come on. Look at you. It's pretty fitting, right? All of us here together -- holiday parties and all that stuff. Come on. What do you say?
Eric: I hated how Rick left here today. I did not like what he said to me and how he felt. It -- it just didn't feel right. But we do know him, and once he makes up his mind, he's probably not going to, uh, change it. So...if Rick's not gonna live here, then I suppose, uh... that'd be great. I think maybe she'd like it, too.
Ridge: That's an incredible lady.
Brooke: Honey, there is plenty of room here.
Rick: Are you sure?
Brooke: Yes! I would love for you and Maya to live here.
Maya: Brooke, that's incredibly generous of you, but Nicole --
Brooke: Okay, well, she can stay, too. And then, when the baby comes... [Gasps] Oh! This is such a fabulous idea!
Rick: You want to know the best part? No Ridge. I am so tired of that man running our lives.
Brooke: Well, then it is settled. [Laughs] Welcome home!
Rick: Thanks, Mom.
Caroline: Where's your dad?
Ridge: Guest house.
Caroline: Oh, so we're all alone.
Ridge: Uh-huh. The first evening of many like this.
Ridge: Come sit.
Caroline: Okay. Put these shoes down.
Caroline: [Chuckles] [Sighs] Are you good with this?
Ridge: With us moving in here? Yeah, best decision I've made in a long time. What about you?
Caroline: Yeah, I mean, living in your childhood home? I-I-I really couldn't be happier about that.
Ridge: Venice was nice, but this -- I mean, there's so many -- so many things, you know? I-I just -- I want -- I want to share this place with you.
Caroline: You are being so gooey. And you better be careful. Because a lot of people live here, and they might hear you. [Chuckles] Including...Thomas. He really does want to mend his relationship with you.
Ridge: So do I. And maybe this is the right thing to do, you know? I mean... that's what you want, right? Peace here, in this house. And I want that, too. How about you? You good with that?
Caroline: Yes, I'm very good with that.
Ridge: And soon...
Ridge: ...We're gonna have another member.
Ridge: Little boy or girl. [Laughs]
Caroline: Do you have a preference?
Ridge: I don't. I just want him, her to be healthy. Anything you give me is gonna be just perfect.
Caroline: Mm. So, I kind of have something I got to tell you.
Caroline: The, uh -- the E.R. doctor made a little-to-major boo-boo.
Ridge: Well, you got that goofy look on your face, so I know it's not serious. What is it?
Caroline: [Laughs] It's kind of serious.
Caroline: Yeah. He revealed the gender.
Ridge: He did what?
Caroline: Yeah. So, it's kind of cool, 'cause, like, now I know something and you don't.
Ridge: Stop, stop, stop. What, what, what?
Caroline: I'm sorry. Did you -- did you want to know the gender of this baby?
Caroline: Oh. Hmm.
Ridge: So, what? Boy? Girl? What? Both? Twins? Triplets? It doesn't really matter. I would like to know.
Caroline: Okay. Ridge Forrester, you, sir...
Caroline: ...Are the proud father of...a... son.
Caroline: Mm-hmm. Yep.
Ridge: A little boy?
Caroline: Yes. We're having a boy, a little boy.
Ridge: We -- we're -- we're gonna raise a little boy.
Ridge: Another grandson running around. You're giving me a son.
Bill: You're my wife. I love you.
Katie: You loved Brooke once.
Bill: Katie, don't do that.
Katie: And Brooke -- you know -- well, you know how she feels about you, because she said it to your face. And, God, I wish I had never heard those words come out of her mouth. [Sighs] I want you to know that... you have an open door. I won't cling to you like some insecure child. If you -- if you want her --
Bill: All right. Stop it! Enough! You don't want to hear this, but you're going to. This is what's talking. This. It isn't you.
Katie: It is me. Ever since I heard her say those words, I feel like everything's slipping away. I feel like I'm slipping away.
Bill: I want you back on your antidepressants.
Katie: I don't -- I don't need antidepressants.
Bill: Yes, you do.
Katie: I -- my depression was postpartum. That was a long time ago. I've been fine for a long time.
Bill: Katie, depression can be a lifelong battle. I don't want you going back to that place.
Bill: I don't want you going back there. I won't let it happen. Will needs his mother. I need my wife. And we are losing you. We're losing you to fear -- fear driven by alcohol.
Katie: You're not losing me. You could never lose me. I am afraid. And I do feel vulnerable, but -- but you and will -- I love you so much. You are the most important thing in the world to me. And I-I can't stand the thought of something threatening that.
Bill: Nothing is threatening us. Nothing will threaten us. I won't let it happen.
Katie: You have to mean it if you say it.
Bill: Of course, I mean it, Katie.
Katie: [Crying] Just hold me, please. Please, hold... [Sniffles] Please just tell me that I'm as important to you as you are to me. I'm afraid. I'm afraid... because I need you so much. Because I don't want to live without you. [Crying]
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