Dynasty (1981–1989)
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Krystle and Blake wait helplessly as the police search for Sarah and Krystina; Adam tips Neal McVane to a stock buyout by Alexis and Dirk Maurier; Nick Kimball celebrates his recent good ... See full summary »

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Adam Carrington
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Leslie Carrington
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Michael Culhane
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Krystle and Blake wait helplessly as the police search for Sarah and Krystina; Adam tips Neal McVane to a stock buyout by Alexis and Dirk Maurier; Nick Kimball celebrates his recent good fortune with a marriage proposal to Dominique; Krystle discovers an address which may lead her to Krystina. Written by Anonymous

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Drama | Romance

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Dana Waring Carrington: [rushing up] Oh, Sammy Jo, you haven't seen Adam, have you?
Sammy Jo Dean Carrington: No, I haven't. Isn't he at the office?
Dana Waring Carrington: No, I phoned. His secretary said he ran out in a rush and he hasn't come back. Oh, my God, I hope he...
Sammy Jo Dean Carrington: What?
Dana Waring Carrington: That he hasn't heard about Krystina. I mean, he's very close to the edge already.
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Krystina
2 September 2017 | by See all my reviews

Jessica Player does more than well, except for the coughing. Shame, cute kid tries hard. Cassie Yates convincing enough, especially in that last scene as she slumps down. Heather Locklear has limited screen time, but as usual, drop-dead stunning. Paul Burke gives another ultra-creepy performance as the deranged disgraced Congressman Neil McVane. If I have one complaint, it's what the script did with Blake. Normally the guy goes this way and that way when a family member is at risk, but all of a sudden, when it is little bundle of Sunshine & Joy Krystina FOR CRYING OUT LOUD he is like a tub of molasses. No way! Some script oversight there, I'm not blaming John Forsythe. Okay, no, I have a bigger complaint. Boxer Adam. Aw horse-feathers. Adam needs to go looking for a punching bag in a boxing training ring? All he needs to do is to go rile up Steven again like in the previous seasons.

I have to admit DYNASTY is one of my particular favorites. It might be way old, but it has something that modern stuff just lack. Only three to go this season. I am still well aware of how critical I was at the beginning of this season. Fun eating crow!


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