Discussion in 'Dynasty' started by GillesDenver, Mar 6, 2019.
They look like an undercover cop duo.
HUSKY & BITCH
The list is obviously written by someone who doesn't know the show. A catfight or a Kissinger appearance is not a storyline. Adam's poison paint and the doll on the roof are.
If those two look THAT ugly, it clearly must be a picture from the awful REUNION.
Should that be a book for the Dynasty Books Thread, if someone could create the cover?
Yes the alien stuff was silly but also the Krystal/Rita storyline. I have never liked doppleganger storylines where someone impersonates an individual and that person's loved ones never figure out there is something is wrong. Linda Evans even did not like that storyline.
I LOVE the Rita/Krystle story as well as the ufo/alien story!
The best was yet to come...
Although the UFO/alien storyline storyline should have happened on FC.
Something like this? I'd read it.
BITCH: Get the hell out of my office!
HUSKY: It's my office too!
BITCH: Why does everything always have to be about you-you-YOU?
A catfight ensues.
Who plays the gruff but lovable lieutenant who always loses his cool and pounds his desk when Husky and Bitch don't do everything by the book?
Blake. Obviously. He'd also scream, "What the devil?!" a lot.
Captain Brady. Their snitch is streety chanteuse Millie Cox, owner of a ghetto piano bar.
His shirt sleeves are always rolled up and his necktie is askew.
Millie usually refers to Husky as "Sugar", we eventually learn that's because of the time she went undercover as nightclub singer "Sugar Cane".
An Aaron Spelling/Quinn Martin co-production.
Lloyd Bochner once guest starred as a Hollywood mogul who beat up prostitutes.
Pamela Bellwood appeared as a suburban housewife who supplemented her income by working as a call girl; she would crimp her hair before turning tricks.
Katie Kurtzman guest starred as a teen runaway who was lured into prostitution.
Pamela Sue Martin guest starred as a "good kid from a nice family" who suffered amnesia and hallucinations of UFOs after smoking marijuana.
Joan Collins spoke with an American accent for all seven seasons but did get to speak with a British accent during a ratings sweeps episode when she had a dual role of a glamorous socialite whose jewels were stolen. The socialite was eventually revealed as the culprit; she committed insurance fraud.
Angie Dickinson was offered, but refused, the role of Husky choosing to star in "Police Woman" instead. Jessica Walter was on the shortlist for "Bitch".
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