Blake secures the release of Krystle and Alexis, and the families return from Moldavia; Luke is buried; Rita's boyfriend Joel is anxious to help Sammy Jo further her scheme; Alexis is ... See full summary »

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Blake secures the release of Krystle and Alexis, and the families return from Moldavia; Luke is buried; Rita's boyfriend Joel is anxious to help Sammy Jo further her scheme; Alexis is preoccupied with Galen's welfare; Fallon tells Miles she has amnesia. Written by Anonymous

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Alexis Carrington Colby: Listen to me: people we know are dead and dying. So instead of you wasting your time trying to make me take the blame, why don't we put our heads together and figure out a way of trying to get out of this hellhole?
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Catherine Oxenberg and Heather Locklear
4 May 2016 | by (South Africa) – See all my reviews

Yes, the ship, a graceful old schooner, should just have sunk, quietly, gracefully, down to the murky depths of cancelled TV series. Instead, it rumbles on, belching smoke like an old fishing steamer now, its rusting hulk an atrocity to behold.

But after what I said re Catherine Oxenberg last week, just the following: TV's very own closest-thing-to-a-Princess looks absolutely gorgeous, and as for (the character) 'His Royal Highness', he sure needs a kick up his butt, the bum! No wonder the revolutionaries deposed the lot! Heather Locklear is great, of course, but in one most unfortunate way, a bit difficult to take seriously. I don't know if I mentioned this last week, but her look was pirated by the Eighties hair bands, and all of these years later, it's as if the copycats are detracting from the original. Weird. Not that it's in any way her fault. She is damned marvelous.

Not so Diahann Caroll. What an embarrassment. Excess baggage. Series stalwart John James should also pull up his socks, whiny ol' Jeff is tediously irksome.

Of course, this happened back during the ol' square-box TV ages. I'm just saying, though.


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