Knots Landing (1979–1993)
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My Kingdom for a Horse 

Greg has Claudia and Kate stay at the ranch where he's hired extra security. Claudia sells her shares to Greg so she won't be in danger. Gary tells Kate he wants her in his life and they ... See full summary »

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Gregory Sumner
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M. 'Mack' Patrick MacKenzie (credit only)
Stacy Galina ...
Kate Whittaker (credit only)
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Karen MacKenzie
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Claudia Whittaker (credit only)
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Anne Matheson Sumner
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Gary Ewing (credit only)
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Paige Matheson (credit only)
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Nick Shillace
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Diana Fairgate
Felicity Waterman ...
Vanessa Hunt
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Det. Tom Ryan
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Marvin Beiderman
Kevin McBride ...
Myers
Mark Haining ...
Mort Tubor
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Greg has Claudia and Kate stay at the ranch where he's hired extra security. Claudia sells her shares to Greg so she won't be in danger. Gary tells Kate he wants her in his life and they kiss. Treadwell and his men beat Nick up. Anne tends his wounds and he tells her about Treadwell. A mailboy shoots Greg, but he's wearing a bulletproof vest. Tom brings Paige to his apartment so she'll be safe, and they kiss. Vanessa comes by but runs away, and Tom runs after her. Mac goes to New York and tells Karen he loves her, and that their marriage is worth fighting for. Mort tells Greg that the Burton Tech. data base is being ruined by a virus. Paige and Greg decide to fly there to see what's going on. Security guards check the plane, but one of them plants a bomb. Vanessa sleeps with Treadwell and overhears a call that the bomb will go off in 20 minutes. Vanessa calls Tom who calls the airport, but the plane has taken off. Written by GusF

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4 March 1993 (USA)  »

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The title is based upon a quote from William Shakespeare's play "King Richard III": (Act V, Scene IV): "A horse! A horse! My kingdom for a horse!" See more »

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