Peyton Place: Season 2, Episode 104

Episode #2.104 (16 May 1966)

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Lee doesn't want Ann to dig up the past and assures her Chris has forgiven her. Allison is unsure about what to do with her future. Hannah tells Betty she should not have married Steven, ... See full summary »

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Lee doesn't want Ann to dig up the past and assures her Chris has forgiven her. Allison is unsure about what to do with her future. Hannah tells Betty she should not have married Steven, but Betty responds she shouldn't live with all the secrets. Rita admits to Allison she did wanted a baby. Betty tells Steven she thinks Hannah does want to say the truth about his father and family, but is too afraid to say so. Written by matthijs_013

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