B&B Transcript Tuesday, May 7, 2024

Bold & The Beautiful Transcript


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[ Relaxing music ]

Deacon: Honey, you’re struggling, I know, to believe what you’re seeing.

Hope: I mean, it– this doesn’t make sense, dad. I– I came over to try to– to convince you to stop spreading that theory about sheila, and…

Finn: It’s true. Hope, my mom is back with us.

Deacon: She never left. She was here the whole time.

Finn: It’s amazing. A miracle.

Steffy: And you think this is a good deal?

Carter: Yeah. Yeah, I think we should sign. With some clarifications with the numbers first.

Steffy: Well, knowing bill, he’s made this purposefully murky.

Carter: Exactly why scheduled the meeting with liam instead.

Steffy: Smart man.

Liam: Hey.

Carter: There he is. Right on cue.

Liam: Yeah, I know. On cue. Very late, on cue.

Steffy: Liam, I have questions.

Liam: Oh, of course you do. Can I ask a question first? Did finn ever call you back?

Carter: Okay, this should… this should work for us. Unless there’s anything I’m missing.

Steffy: You, miss something? Please. Why do you think you have the job that you do?

[ Carter chuckles ]

Carter: All right, we’ll get everything signed and over to your legal department later today.

Liam: Very nice. You’re not going to regret it.

Steffy: Rarely do when we do business with spencer.

Liam: Hey, that’s settled. Uh, you never answered my question. Did finn call you back?

Carter: If you two need a moment, I can–

Steffy: No, no, no. It’s fine. Liam is aware that I’ve been worried about finn. How deacon’s getting into his head with all of these crazy conspiracy theories.

Carter: Crazy is an understatement.

Steffy: I think deacon’s going to stop with this stupid nonsense.

Liam: Yeah? Why?

Steffy: Because hope is going to talk to him. And honestly, I– I think my father is right. I think hope is the only one that can shut him down. Hopefully, it’s soon because I cannot hear deacon go on and on about sheila’s toes anymore.

Hope: This is insane.

Deacon: Yeah, I know.

Hope: So, steffy did kill someone that night. Just not…

Finn: Not my mom.

Deacon: Yeah, I was right. I mean, I knew what I saw at the crematorium. Ten toes.

Hope: Okay, so– so you– you you tricked this sugar woman into getting plastic surgery?

Sheila: You know, hope, it was a desperate time in my life. I’m not trying to justify. I mean, what happened back then really was terrible. But sugar, she was… she was a tortured woman before, but– but after…

Finn: She chained her up. In an abandoned warehouse. She wanted to kill steffy and frame sheila.

Hope: This is just all… this is all too much. Okay, um… so, dad, everything– everything you were saying about sheila being alive, it was– it was true.

Deacon: Yeah. You know what else was true? That sheila’s a changed woman. She’s worthy of my love. And finn’S. And it would mean the world to me if you could start to accept that.

Finn: He’s right, hope. Auntie, you can’t put that right in the dishwasher.

Liam: Well, one thing about deacon is he respects hope’s opinion. I don’t imagine the guy takes advice from too many people, but hope’s got clout with him. And so if she’s there right now, there’s a good chance this could be over soon.

Steffy: Well, I prefer hope shutting this down the moment it happened, but…

Carter: Hey, if hope fails for some reason, we’ll try with someone else. And we’ll keep trying because eventually someone will get deacon to shut up and stop spouting these ridiculous theories about sheila being alive.

Liam: I mean, that’s the thing, right? If it were just affecting him, we’d all probably be laughing about this right now. But it’s not just affecting deacon, and that’s what he has to understand. He’s actually hurting people with this conspiracy theory.

[ Phone chiming ] Nobody more than you.

Carter: Oh, I gotta go. Fingers crossed, right? Stay positive. Can’t wait to hear what hope has to say about it.

Steffy: Thanks, carter.

Liam: See you, man.

[ Door closes ] Well, you wanna vent? You wanna scream? You wanna throw something? I’m here.

Steffy: Honestly, I just don’t want to talk about sheila anymore. I mean, she’s dead. Why can’t we just forget about her?

Sheila: You really believe in me, don’t you?

Sheila: Yeah, I do. Look, I– I now see the work that you’ve been doing. You’ve proven it to me.

Sheila: This– this is all I’ve wanted. I mean, to feel like I belong, that I’m accepted and loved because I have tried and I have failed my entire life and no one has ever given me another chance until now. It’s like I– I finally have what I’ve been searching for my entire life.

Hope: I am sure this was a very harrowing experience for you, sheila. And I can obviously see how relieved and happy my father and finn are, understandably. But I still have my concerns. Although, dad, I do want you to know how proud I am of you and finn for rescuing sheila and getting her the help that she needed. She was a victim in all of this, but are we really so convinced that she’s not the same woman capable of murder? Does this experience really give her–

Deacon: Honey, look, sheila risked her life to protect steffy and the kids from sugar. Protect, not harm. No manipulation, no evil intent.

Finn: She did everything she could to save steffy and the kids. She even… I mean, she offered her own life instead.

Deacon: Look, I’ve known it all along, but I believe it even more now. Sheila’s a changed woman.

Sheila: Look, hope, you– you don’t have to believe that yet. It’s okay. But you will. You will believe it one day. Right now, I am just thankful– I’m thankful that these two do. And as much as I would love to sit here and have you say the most amazing things about me, I… I was hoping you’d want to get some fresh air with me. After being chained up in that dark, dirty warehouse, I– I just– I want to see daylight and feel the breeze on my face.

Deacon: Absolutely. As long as you’re up to it.

Sheila: I am.

Deacon: Well, all right then. So, if you two will excuse us, sheila and I have some daylight to go attend to.

[ Sheila chuckles ]

Deacon: All right.

Sheila: All right. Hope, finn and– and deacon, they are right about me. They really are. And I want to thank you. Thank you, baby, for believing in me.

[ Hope scoffs ]

Hope: How? How?

Finn: I know. I know. Warn me if you’re going to faint again. ()

Sheila: You have no idea how much I missed this, longed for this. The daylight, breathing in this fresh air. I– being in that warehouse, I wasn’t sure I’d ever take a breath of fresh air again, but thanks to you, I am.

Deacon: It’s a beautiful thing.

Sheila: Breathing? Yeah. Yeah, it is.

Deacon: I meant you. It’s just beautiful to see you, you know, enjoying life’s simple pleasures. We should all learn to do more of that.

Sheila: You know what? Anybody can. They just need to be chained up for a few weeks.

Deacon: Maybe a little too soon. I know what I said about your reform. I see it. Finn sees it. Everybody else is going to come around eventually. It never made sense to me that you went after steffy. I feel terrible that I didn’t act on those impulses earlier. I should have–

Sheila: No, no, no, no. You thought you saw me. You saw my face. At least that’s–

Deacon: Sheila, she looked exactly like you, but I still should have known that it wasn’t you. I should have known that you never would have attacked steffy.

Steffy: Is it too much to ask to never mention sheila again? Just forget about her existence?

Liam: No argument here.

Steffy: I need to erase that night. I can’t even think about it anymore. Me defending myself, grabbing the knife, and then you have deacon who’s just saying all these idiotic things.

Liam: Hey, hey, hey. Listen for a second. Listen. I know that sheila’s still hanging over you. And– and I know that deacon’s overactive imagination is not helping, but this is all, it’s a process, right? It’s all slowly phasing out.

[ Steffy exhales loudly ] But there is no sheila anymore. She’s gone. She’s gone for good.

Hope: Look, if I’m freaking out about what a total shock that was, I mean, I– I actually fainted upon seeing sheila. I mean, I can only imagine what is going on with you. I mean, you thought she was gone forever. You thought you’d never have another opportunity to and now…

Finn: Yeah, it’s surreal. I mean, I thought deacon was delusional. I mean, we all did, right? I mean, even after I learned about sugar and what she looked like, it was– it– it was still hard to let myself believe.

Hope: Until you saw her for yourself.

Finn: Yeah, um…

[ Hope laughs in disbelief ] This really complicates things, doesn’t it?

Hope: Uh-huh.

[ Finn sighs ] Oh, yeah, just… just a little bit. But, um, I don’t know, finn, I am happy for you.

Finn: Thanks. And I know some people might…

Finn: Yeah.

Hope: Well, look, I’m– I’m not going to judge you for this, okay? So, like, if you ever need someone to talk to, a safe place to share your feelings and..

Finn: Thank you. Right now, I just, I don’t know, I feel, um… yeah, I feel a sense of relief and– and joy. I mean, I thought she was gone. I thought my mother died trying to hurt my wife, but sheila didn’t do that. And– and now I’ve… I’ve got this– this new opportunity. I mean, do you realize what a sense of relief that is? I mean, look, the woman who gave birth to me, she’s alive.

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Sheila: Hey, you’ve got nothing to apologize for.

Deacon: I should have gone down to the cops. I should have demanded they open an investigation.

Sheila: No, no, no. Shh. You’re my hero. You saved my life.

Deacon: Well, technically, it wasn’t me. It was you. You and those nine toes because that missing digit saved you.

Sheila: And here, everyone said I was crazy.

Deacon: Yeah, well, you were. I mean, of all the insane things you’ve done, and there have been about a zillion of them, that’s the most insane so far. So far. Because I’m sure you’re probably going to keep surprising me. Aren’t you? Yeah.

Sheila: Because I do like to keep things interesting.

Deacon: It’s because you’re my little hurricane. You’re my wild little hurricane blowing around, causing all sorts of trouble. And I wouldn’t have it any other way.

Sheila: What are you saying? What, you’re saying you like cleaning up after me?

Deacon: I do. And I hope to do it for the rest of my life.

Sheila: Deacon…

Deacon: Sheila, I never thought I needed anyone until you. You and your magical missing toe.

[ Sheila laughs ] I don’t give a damn what anyone thinks. I believe in you. I believe in us. Marry me, sheila.

Steffy: Thank you, liam. I actually do feel a little better. Probably the first time since… since our wedding. When sheila revealed that she was finn’s biological mother.

Liam: Yeah, it’s been a little tense for you ever since then.

Steffy: Yeah, but now with her dead, I’m realizing a lot. I can finally breathe again. I don’t have to look over my shoulder. I don’t have to hire guards. Finn and I are finally free of her.

Finn: You know what I just can’t get over? Besides the obvious that, you know, steffy didn’t kill sheila.

Hope: Which would obviously have a big impact on you.

Finn: Yeah, yeah, it does. I’m not going to deny that. But, I mean, what she did, it was heroic. I mean, no, and that means a lot to me. She tried to stop sugar from hurting steffy and the kids. I mean, she offered her own life. And I’m not saying that the past doesn’t matter. And I’ve forgotten about the horrible things that she did. But people, they do change. I mean, they can reform.

Hope: I– I would love to wholeheartedly agree with you, finn, but there are still some issues that I’m struggling with here. And I think most people probably will for quite some time. Um… maybe there is another side of things where you and my dad might be right and sheila really has changed.

Finn: She has. And now, you know, not having to have this pit in my stomach because my mother died at the hands of my wife, I have a little bit of hope. And there’s reason to think that there’s a way to have her in my life. And having her back now, I mean, I want to encourage that growth. I don’t want to lose that opportunity again.

Hope: Well, for your sake, I, um… I hope that some day steffy will be able to see your side of things.

Finn: Okay, look, I’m not kidding myself. I know it’s going to take some serious convincing. And there’ll need to be a major mind shift for steffy to see sheila in a new light. But I think if she can just come to understand the situation and see how much sheila has reformed, and see the concern sheila has for her safety, I mean, at the very least, she’s going to be relieved that she didn’t kill my birth mother, right? Steffy, she’s– she’s going to come around. She believes in thomas. Man, life is too short. I– I want to have my birth mother in it and I’m determined to make that happen. I don’t want to waste this opportunity.

Finn: Thanks, um… I don’t know, thanks for– thanks for just listening to me and understanding. I– I need that. More than ever.

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