Whether a scripting error or maybe just a chance to sneak something funny in from the writers, the Australian slag Brooke used actually translates into the following:
Well I figure that it's such a fantastic afternoon with no small children in sight, you and I could grab a sandwich and a beer and just chill. No reason to get angry hey friend. I'm not talking about getting drunk, I'm just talking about a little merry. You, me, some cheap wine and maybe some sex with a condom.
Ridge and Brooke in the final scene whilst walking along Sydney Harbor.
Ridge: It's turned out to be a very good day.
Brooke: It's G'Day.
Brooke: Yeah G'Day that's how they say it here. Come on you gotta get with it. Well I figure that it's such a beaut arvo with no ankle biters in sight, you and I could grab a sanger and a stubby and just chill. No reason to spit the dummy hey mate.
Brooke: I'm not talking about getting smashed, I'm just talking about a little mini wage. You, me, some plonk and maybe a naughty with a franger.
Ridge: I don't know what the heck you just said, but you are really something, you know that?
Brooke: I know, I know.
Ridge: Ah, my Logan.
Brooke: Forever and ever.
This episode marks twenty years of The Bold and the Beautiful.