In September 2012 ‘Highlight Hollywood’ interviewed Lorenzo Lamas. This was five years after Jane Wyman’s death. The subject was brought up about Jane allegedly quarrelling with other cast members. Here is what Lorenzo had to say: “Jane didn’t demand any preferential treatment and she never asked for anything that anybody else didn’t have themselves.” He went on to explain that each dressing room were the same size and all on wheels but were connected with each having their own door. “We had our privacy while we were in makeup but we were all together. All of the guest stars from Lana Turner to Kim Novak were given the same things too. Nobody was ever ‘special’ because of who they were.” Lorenzo was adamant: “If anyone on our show could have demanded a Winnebago it would have been Jane but she never did. That wasn’t her at all. She always felt the show was bigger than she was and she never had an ego. She treated everyone with respect and kindness. She never acted like a spoiled diva in any way.” The family are gathered outside the mansion, to bid goodbye to Julia. Chao-Li is ready to take her to the airport. Angela and Fr. Curtis are accompanying them, (a scene from season 6, 1986-’87): Angela: “Father could I have given Julia the impression that she wasn’t wanted here?” Fr. Curtis: “She knows how you feel, about her.” Angela: “Can’t you convince her to stay? I hate to loose her.” Fr. Curtis: “Don’t you realize Julia needs forgiveness.” Angela: “But she has been forgiven.” Fr. Curtis: “Oh no! Not until she has forgiven herself and she can’t do that here Angela.” Tony kisses Julia: “Miss you already! Lance & I are going to be alright.” Julia: “I know you will. Lance!” Lance: “Yes mom.” Julia: “I want you to work things out with your father.” Lance: “Have a nice flight mom. It’s time to go. Come on!” He links a saddened Julia to the white Rolls Royce limo. Julia leaves the valley, never to return.