Dynasty (1981–1989)
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The Aftermath 

Those surviving the massacre in Moldavia are separated and held at the palace as the terrorists assume power; Krystle and Alexis are imprsioned in the palace dungeon; Sammy Jo reveals her ... See full summary »

Director:

Robert Scheerer

Writers:

Edward DeBlasio (teleplay) (as Edward De Blasio), Diana Gould (story) | 2 more credits »
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Cast

Episode cast overview, first billed only:
John Forsythe ... Blake Carrington
Linda Evans ... Krystle Carrington / Rita Lesley
John James ... Jeff Colby
Pamela Bellwood ... Claudia Blaisdel
Gordon Thomson ... Adam Carrington
Jack Coleman ... Steven Carrington
Michael Nader ... Dex Dexter
Catherine Oxenberg ... Amanda Bedford Carrington
Michael Praed ... Prince Michael of Moldavia
Emma Samms ... Fallon Carrington Colby
Heather Locklear ... Sammy Jo Dean Carrington
Maxwell Caulfield ... Miles Colby
Diahann Carroll ... Dominique Deveraux
Joan Collins ... Alexis Carrington Colby (credit only)
Joel Fabiani ... King Galen of Moldavia
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Those surviving the massacre in Moldavia are separated and held at the palace as the terrorists assume power; Krystle and Alexis are imprsioned in the palace dungeon; Sammy Jo reveals her scheme to Rita; Fallon, suffering from amnesia, reacts to seeing the name Colby. Written by Anonymous

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Drama | Romance

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TV-PG
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Country:

USA | UK

Release Date:

25 September 1985 (USA) See more »

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Stereo

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Color

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1.33 : 1
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Trivia

Theodore Bikel, who plays bearded Moldavian revolutionary leader Warrick, was best known for two iconic stage roles. He was Tony nominated as Baron von Trapp in the original Broadway production of The Sound of Music, and also racked up a total of more than 2,000 appearances as Tevye in various live productions of Fiddler on the Roof. See more »

Quotes

Luke Fuller: I'm going to die, Steven.
Steven Carrington: I don't want to hear that, do you understand?
Luke Fuller: I know it, and you know it, so let me just say what I'm going to say. Try not to forget me, what we had, too soon.
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the fall of Dynasty
27 April 2016 | by RavenGlamDVDCollectorSee all my reviews

I know this happened way back in 1985, I know there are three more seasons, I am watching this belatedly on DVD. These are my thoughts today on Season 6 Episode 1.

The ship is sinking. There is no way it can stay afloat. The great Moldavian massacre got one unnecessary cast member taken care of, but why did they not get rid of 'the singing sensation' as well? The new Fallon cannot hold a candle to the original. Blake looks good, but Jeff looks so washed out (okay, so it fits in with his loser of a character) and the show's only reason for existence is Heather Locklear's performance as scheming Sammy Jo.

The wheels really came off this show. They fired Al Corley and we have to live with seeing a surgically remade Steven? They lost Pamela Sue Martin, and we have to live with the poor imitation? It's bad enough Fallon became a watered-down character since the grand old Season 1 days when it was a wonderfully politically-incorrect show, with Fallon having 'a tongue like a buggy whip' and Blake giving his anti-gay speech. Hell, those were the days! What we have here is a shoddy mess. We have revolutionaries that are absolute pansies. Ever heard of revolutionaries who'd let the capitalist captives walk around wearing their expensive jewelry? They'd have ripped it off their necks for the glorious cause. Instead, they allow them to openly conspire, and barge into Herr Kommandant's office, even.

Emma Samms is way too bland here to be the shadow of the shadow of Pamela Sue Martin. Fallon, in the absence of Pamela, should have rested in peace.

Catherine Oxenberg also let the side down in this episode, not your fault, baby, I'm sure, but for the most part she looked lie a common extra instead of the small screen goddess she was last season.

Like I said, there's one bright point, Heather Locklear, who keeps the spark of interest aflame. The others are a buncha losers, the show should have been canned.


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