Knots Landing (1979–1993)

That's What Friends Are For 

Michael and Ellen's professor tell them their program is plagiarised from a program donated by Greg, and puts them on probation. Greg tells Michael that he bought it from Johnny. Michael ... See full summary »

Director:

Lawrence Kasha

Writers:

David Jacobs (created by), Stephen Tolkin

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Cast

Episode credited cast:
Teri Austin ... Jill Bennett (credit only)
William Devane ... Gregory Sumner
Kevin Dobson ... M. 'Mack' Patrick MacKenzie
Michele Lee ... Karen MacKenzie
Donna Mills ... Abby Sumner
Ted Shackelford ... Gary Ewing
Nicollette Sheridan ... Paige Matheson
Joan Van Ark ... Valene Gibson
Pat Petersen Pat Petersen ... Michael Fairgate
Robert Desiderio ... Ted Melcher
Melinda Culea ... Paula Vertosick
Betsy Palmer ... Virginia Bullock
Rest of cast listed alphabetically:
Sam Behrens ... Danny Waleska
Paul Carafotes ... Harold Dyer
David Farentino David Farentino ... Bureau Employee
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Storyline

Michael and Ellen's professor tell them their program is plagiarised from a program donated by Greg, and puts them on probation. Greg tells Michael that he bought it from Johnny. Michael tells Greg that he is going to sue him. Paula admits to Michael she's in love with a married man, but doesn't tell him it's Mac. Paula and Karen go back to Lotus Point, but there's no sign of the oil drillers. Abby gives Nogata money to go back to Japan, but he blackmails her for more. Paige follows Nagata, and sees Ted give him a briefcase of money. She still follows, but loses him at a red light. Home, Paige sees on the news that Nagata was killed. Just then Ted comes by and tells her he was killed. Paige asks how he knew and he says he saw it on the TV in the lobby. Gary continues talking with Sally's friend. Ginny buys Val a computer, and hires Danny Waleska to teach her how to use it. He and Val go out to lunch. Written by GusF

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Genres:

Drama | Romance

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Country:

USA

Language:

English

Release Date:

13 April 1989 (USA) See more »

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Technical Specs

Sound Mix:

Stereo

Color:

Color

Aspect Ratio:

1.33 : 1
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Trivia

Several clips from The Giant Behemoth (1959) are used to represent the fictional Japanese kaiju film "Giganticus". See more »

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Features The Giant Behemoth (1959) See more »

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