Dynasty (1981–1989)
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A Love Remembered: Part 2 

Sammy Jo informs Clay of her desire for an annulment to their marriage; Dominique is roughed up by thugs threatening her to co-operate with their boss, as Gary Tilden coincidentally returns... See full summary »

Director:

Irving J. Moore

Writers:

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

Episode cast overview, first billed only:
John Forsythe ... Blake Carrington
Linda Evans ... Krystle Carrington
Gordon Thomson ... Adam Carrington
Jack Coleman ... Steven Carrington
Michael Nader ... Dex Dexter
Heather Locklear ... Sammy Jo Dean Carrington
Ted McGinley ... Clay Fallmont
Diahann Carroll ... Dominique Deveraux
Joan Collins ... Alexis Carrington Colby
Leann Hunley ... Dana Waring Carrington (credit only)
Richard Lawson ... Nick Kimball
Clyde Kusatsu ... Dr. Chen
Madison Mason ... Gary Tilden
William Beckley ... Gerard
Jose De Vega ... Private Investigator (as Jose DeVega)
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Storyline

Sammy Jo informs Clay of her desire for an annulment to their marriage; Dominique is roughed up by thugs threatening her to co-operate with their boss, as Gary Tilden coincidentally returns to Denver; Alexis confides in Blake about her charade, causing him to regain his memory and he reunited with Krystle. Written by Anonymous

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Genres:

Drama | Romance

Certificate:

TV-PG | See all certifications »
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USA | UK

Release Date:

21 January 1987 (USA) See more »

Filming Locations:

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Sound Mix:

Stereo

Color:

Color

Aspect Ratio:

1.33 : 1
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The property where Blake and Alexis are staying at in Singapore, is actually a mansion in Santa Monica, also known as the Henry Jaglom Estate and was previously used for filming the finale of the movie Beverly Hills Cop (1984). See more »

Quotes

Krystle Carrington: [phone rang while she was talking to Dex] Hello?
Jeanette: Hello, Mrs Carrington? It's Jeanette.
Krystle Carrington: Jeanette? Is everything all right?
Jeanette: Oh, yes, yes, everything's fine. I'm going to put Krystina on. She's very anxious to talk to you.
[Krystle makes appreciative sound]
Krystina Carrington: [taking over from Jeanette] Mommy!
Krystle Carrington: Hello, my darling. How are you?
Krystina Carrington: I miss you and Daddy, when are you coming home?
Krystle Carrington: Soon. Soon, sweetheart, very soon.
Krystina Carrington: Promise?
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Heather Locklear once again at her super-cute best

Yeah, yeah, yeah, everybody following my DYNASTY 'blogs' are tired of the Heather Locklear Fan Club long since, I suppose, but I have to, have to say that the girl is oh-so-pretty and oh-so- cute in this episode. No wonder Clay Fallmont comes around. If Heather Locklear be "the old ball & chain" then slip it on, I'll live in captivity, I'd really be able to bear it. Anyway, Sammy Jo is now a reflection of the true essence of dear ol' Heather... All sweetness and light. By the way, let me just mention this, I'm an old guy, I have years of experience of star- gazing, the Hollywood kind, I've slurped up info over decades. The two Hollywood celebrities I have the most respect for: (1) Cindy Crawford (2) Heather Locklear

As for this episode, it features the most awful song you could ever hope to hear, sung by that awful real-life recording star. Something like "I've flown all over the world in a plane, I've settled revolutions in Spain" yeah, the rain in Spain falls mainly on the plain and really gurgles down the drain, thank you, Dominique Deveraux, no wonder two good old white boys dashed in and broke up all that caterwauling. Only the tone-deaf would buy her records.

Like I said last week, it's refreshing to see Alexis coming off her high horse without all those ridiculous hats and veils and contrived designer outfits making her look like the Wicked Old Witch of the West. You get a much better idea of Joan Collins watching these two episodes. People, who of you know she was originally considered for the part of CLEOPATRA that then went to Elizabeth Taylor?

And the kid. Little Miss Player. Jessica. So cute. So very, very cute. In real-life, slightly older than three years, but just barely, and already giving a great performance at such a tender age. Just wanna hug that one.

As mentioned, Diahann was there, alas, but Leann Hunley, credit only.

Yeah, I don't think much of the story-line. It's kinda super-corny, but it was kinda heart-warming to see the two old lovers run towards each other. DYNASTY, the last hurrah of aging actors?


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