Knots Landing (1979–1993)
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Sea of Love 

Claudia handles Greg's business while he's gone. Alex brings Vanessa to Claudia's, and she catches them sleeping together. Val meets with the mystery woman Mary Robeson. She says that her ... See full summary »

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Gregory Sumner
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M. 'Mack' Patrick MacKenzie
Stacy Galina ...
Kate Whittaker (credit only)
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Karen MacKenzie
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Claudia Whittaker
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Anne Matheson
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Frank Williams (credit only)
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Gary Ewing
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Paige Matheson
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Valene Ewing
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Alex Barth
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Vanessa Hunt
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Pierce Lawton
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Ted Burton
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Mary Robeson
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Claudia handles Greg's business while he's gone. Alex brings Vanessa to Claudia's, and she catches them sleeping together. Val meets with the mystery woman Mary Robeson. She says that her son Joe worked for Greg and Laura had an affair with him, and Joe is Meg's father, but Greg paid him off. Val doesn't believe her. Paige wakes up aboard a yacht. Pierce is there, and she realizes he thinks she is Margaret, his girlfriend who died. Paige manages to leave her hospital bracelet on the dock before Pierce takes off with her. Greg hires detectives, and they find the orderly who helped Pierce. He says Pierce used his van, and police find it at the Marina, along with Paige's hospital bracelet. Mack and Greg take off in a boat. They catch up to the yacht, and Mack and Greg jump on. A fight ensues. Pierce and Greg fall into the water, and Greg goes underwater. Written by GusF

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Drama | Romance

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12 March 1992 (USA)  »

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