Dynasty (1981–1989)
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Krystle is held at Delta Rho Farms while Rita impersonates her at the mansion; Dex is captured in Moldavia; The Colby family arrives in Denver to attend Blake's party; Jeff spots Fallon among the guests.

Director:

Irving J. Moore

Writers:

Edward DeBlasio (teleplay) (as Edward De Blasio), Diana Gould (story) | 3 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
George Hamilton ... Joel Abrigore
Diahann Carroll ... Dominique Deveraux
Joan Collins ... Alexis Carrington Colby
Charlton Heston ... Jason Colby
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Krystle is held at Delta Rho Farms while Rita impersonates her at the mansion; Dex is captured in Moldavia; The Colby family arrives in Denver to attend Blake's party; Jeff spots Fallon among the guests.

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Genres:

Drama | Romance

Certificate:

TV-PG
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Country:

USA | UK

Release Date:

13 November 1985 (USA) See more »

Filming Locations:

USA See more »

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Sound Mix:

Stereo

Color:

Color

Aspect Ratio:

1.33 : 1
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Sable Colby: She's not my daughter - at least, not today, she isn't.
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movie-length episode

The ship is still sinking, and they're throwing out rafters to create a spin-off. It becomes a cast of thousands, some with promise, and others you just couldn't care about, but they're obviously going to be in the show sprouting off from this.

Let me just say, that Stephanie Beacham, Sable... the fakest, coldest character imaginable! Like yuck! Okay, so time treated her well, but convincing as a loving wife? What a cardboard character! As for that suntan, hope it's sun bronzer, as fake as your character.

There is a promising daughter named Bliss. Gee, what father would allow his daughter to be called Bliss? Think about the potential ridicule! But anyway, huge potential in that one. Another feisty, wayward kid? In the tradition of Fallon. The older daughter, Monica, seems bland, a disappointment, as is the son, introduced some episodes ago, unconvincing. As for Charlton Heston, has possibilities, but Barbara Stanwyck, hell, what were they thinking? Some legendary old grand dame, but she comes across as... boring?

The show lasts for three seasons more, so obviously, something miraculous has to happen. Or does it linger on, limping about as it does now, with a glut of excess characters introduced at the whim of the floundering storyline?

As for the regulars, the excitement level is kept high by glorious Heather Locklear, simply stunning in that divine, hip-hugging, shoulder-less Dalmatian-print dress, in the scene with her confrontation with Stephen. Catherine Oxenberg represents the sheer, soft European elegance, a forerunner of the Nineties look. These two are as different as chalk and cheese, the one almost wild, the other cool. Both imminently watchable, and the reason why I purchased the set.

Joan Collins as a nun? :0


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