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Sex, Greed, Lust, Betrayal, Affairs, Divorces, Drugs, Wealth, Bombs, Kidnapping, Scheming plots, Murder, and some of the most beautiful vixens on the planet made for one of my favorite TV-Series I hated to s
I remember how that I loved this show I never missed an episode! If I couldn't watch it right then and I had to be gone I recorded it. This was the best show to air on the FOX network. "Melrose Place" was situated in Los Angeles it would always be focussing on twenty-somethings who lived and loved in the garden apartment complex at 4616 Melrose Place. This series was so well liked because something was always going on in the characters daily life. The beautiful vixens were the reasons I also watched you name it you had them Heather Locklear was great as the beautiful but tough ad executive Amanda and Marcia Cross was great as the beautiful but crazy Kimberly. If those two tough beautiful vixens didn't thrill you then you had Josie Bissett, Kristin Davis, Brooke Langton, Laura Leighton, Kelly Rutherford, Courtney Thorne-Smith, Jamie Luner, Alyssa Milano, and Lisa Rinna. Now talk about a man enjoying his viewing and believe me you got treated to many scenes with those vixens doing many things you name it love scenes, affairs, sexy lingerie, accidents, bound and gagged scenes never was a dull moment present with these vixens. In fact so much bed changing and sleeping around that when the show ended in 1999 just about every female character had slept with most male characters! Speaking of the male characters great performances were given by Thomas Calabro and Jack Wagner both were great as good young doctors yet cunning and deceptive. Also Grant Show (Jake) was enjoyable as a rugged motorcycle mechanic plus Andrew Shue was good as an aspiring writer (Billy). This series became a traditional soap that always had the high drama and excitement that kept you glued to the TV. I hope some network picks "Melrose Place" up and shows the reruns from start to finish, I thought that back in 1998 that The E! Network showed reruns late at night but they don't now I hope that Melrose returns! Enough said even if you haven't watched you will want to and if your like me you will want to watch it all over from season 1 to the finish "Melrose Place" was just that good.
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