Pacific Palisades: Season 1, Episode 13

End Game (30 Jul. 1997)

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Rachel Whittaker
Kimberley Davies ...
Laura Sinclair
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Michael Kerris (as Trevor Edmond)
Jarrod Emick ...
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Kate Russo
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Beth Hooper
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Jessica Mitchell
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Joanna Hadley
Lucky Vanous ...
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Michelle Stafford's hotness is a key drawing card concerning "Pacific Palisades."
16 November 2011 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

The (alas) short-lived prime-time soap "Pacific Palisades" had a lot going for it: an attractive cast, marvelously kitschy melodrama, plenty of sex, a deliciously fast pace. Yet chief among its assets, the central reason to embrace it (and to lament the fact that it didn't last) is...Michelle Stafford. That young woman was, quite simply, the best thing to happen to prime-time soap since Jamie Luner sashayed onto the "Melrose Place" scene. With her plush, flowing brown-reddish hair, her probing, sparkling eyes, and her lush, intensely kiss-worthy lips, she certainly, definitely gave Jamie a run for her money in the allure department. Her elegant beauty, her classy charm, and her effortless vivaciousness were the factors that powered the show and made it stick in the mind, as, quite frankly, it still does. Whether she was getting it on with her always-willing husband or sparring with her rebellious younger sister (who was eventually revealed to actually be her daughter), our Michelle kept the pot boiling and the energy level high. It's been said that our girl is set to leave her popular daytime soap "The Young and the Restless." If so, it will mark a second time one of the most gorgeous, sexiest, most altogether drool-inducing she-babes has departed the airwaves.


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