At Falcon Crest, Maggie has a premonition of her husband surrounded by a sinister group of men. Richard is awakened in his home by a contingent of FBI men who have come to question him ... See full summary »

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Richard Channing
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Lance Cumson
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Melissa Agretti (as Ana-Alicia)
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Dan Fixx
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Emma Channing
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Eric Stavros
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Chao-Li Chi (as Chao-Li Chi)
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Madame Malec
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Senator Peter Ryder
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Carly Fixx
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Garth (as Carl Held)
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At Falcon Crest, Maggie has a premonition of her husband surrounded by a sinister group of men. Richard is awakened in his home by a contingent of FBI men who have come to question him after the collapse of three foreign banks. Looks like The Thirteen's plan to destroy the world economy is beginning to take shape. Richard tells the Feds The Thirteen is out to drive the stock market into another crash. He can't prove it, though. Richard is chagrined to find the files in his office missing and his secretary replaced. Taking the FBI to The Thirteen's headquarters in New York, Richard finds that the elevator only goes to the twelfth floor. He takes them to the nearest conference room, but it's filled with toy salespeople. On a flight back to the U.S., Vickie barks at the attendants when she finds that her husband isn't with her. Eric doesn't seem to miss Vickie. Written by GusF

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15 April 1988 (USA)  »

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