Melrose Place: Season 5, Episode 3

Moving Violations (23 Sep. 1996)

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Jane and Sydney's confrontation with Richard comes to a shocking end when Richard is killed by a policeman before he can kill them. At Peter's pre-trial hearing, Taylor is in attendance ... See full summary »

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Jane and Sydney's confrontation with Richard comes to a shocking end when Richard is killed by a policeman before he can kill them. At Peter's pre-trial hearing, Taylor is in attendance when Peter takes the witness stand after Kimberly's testimony falters, but she regains her memory at the last moment and Peter is freed. Meanwhile, Billy organizes a surprise going-away party for Alison, but gets a bigger surprise when he learns of her and Jake. Also, Michael is asked about Matt's drug use, and Samantha's not sure if she wants to live at Melrose. Written by Anonymous

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[Jane has just confirmed that Richard is finally dead]
Samantha Reilly: I don't understand, I mean, why would you stab a dead man with a broach? An antique broach. My grandmother's broach. A family heirloom.
Jane Andrews Mancini: Richard could have been faking it again.
Samantha Reilly: Again? What does that mean? You're either dead or you're alive. There's no in between... unless you're a Buddhist.
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