Below are FC scenes (season six to nine inclusive), which have much contribution from Lance. Season 1 to 5 inclusive feature in the ‘Lorenzo Lamas appreciation thread’, which is more about videos and pictures. Angela’s grandson was the narcissistic womanizing tough guy and the contrast to the early day’s Gioberti family unit, who worked together, ate together plus generally provided the nice element, to the show. Scenes from season 6 and 7 are posted this week, while 8 and 9 will be next week. Season 6 Eric Stavros arrives at Falcon Crest. He is confronting Lance about a dodgy winery deal. Lance is in the pool, with Melissa, (a scene from season 6, 1986 - ’87): Lance: “We were just discussing you Eric. Well looks like grandmother finally caught you, with your fingers in the cookie jar.” Eric: “And we both know why. Don’t we Lance?” Lance: “Melissa have Doris count the flatware when he leaves.” Melissa: “Lance will you stop it! Eric what do you want?” Eric: “You should know the kind of man you married. Slipping those cheques of Angelas’ in my room, for our little share a winery.” Lance: “Your defensiveness is getting offensive Eric.” Eric: “He is afraid of me Melissa. Afraid I will take you away from him. Weather I will do all the things in this Valley he is too weak to accomplish.” Lance jumps off his pool lounger and shouts, “that’s the buzzer!” He goes to fight the Stavros heir, while saying, “I’ll make you eat your words.” Melissa: “Eric! Eric! I think you better leave.” Eric: “Oh I’m going but if you think you’re going to chase me out of this Valley you’re wasting your time. I’m staying here!” Lance: “You know those Stavros’ are really getting to be boring. I wish Angela done a better job of picking her husband.” Melissa gives Lance a dirty look. He says to her, “what are you looking at?” She pushes him, into the pool. Lance goes to Melissa on the patio, of the Agretti mansion. He gives her the news of Angela’s arrest, over the dumping of toxic waste, (a scene from season 6, 1986 - '87): Lance: “Honey look at this! My grandmother gets arrested. Nobody tells me. I have to read about it, on the front page of the ‘New Globe’.” Melissa looks at the newspaper and replies, “you and Angela aren’t exactly on the best of terms.” Lance: “That doesn’t matter we’re family. I should have been told about this.” Melissa: “Look Angela doesn’t need your help and Richard certainly doesn’t need your help, plastering this all over the front page.” Lance glances at her, as she continues reading the ‘New Globe’. Angela wants to invest in Melissa and Lance’s winery. The supreme vintner has the Tuscany Land Corporation in her control and sees this as good leverage, to increase her holdings for the umpteenth time. The three of them are in the Falcon Crest living room, (a scene from season 6, 1986 – ’87): Lance: “Aren’t you gonna offer us a drink?” Angela: “No! I’m going to do better than that. I’m going to offer you a way out of your financial predicament.” Lance: “Okay, cut the garbage. I know you’ve done your checking. You know that we owe an awful lot of money to complete the build of that winery and we need to borrow a lot more to keep the place open.” Angela: “I’m a willing lender, providing I have an interest in your operation.” Melissa laughs: “Oh, I’m so sorry! Excuse me Angela. I’m not sure how to really take this act on the road. Ah you’d bring the house down in Vegas.” Angela: “I don’t think you’ll be laughing six months from now, when the bank comes knocking or the Tuscany Land Corporation.” Lance gets up from the sofa and so does Melissa. He says to the grape granny: “This place is beginning to stink! I wonder sometimes why do I even bother.” Angela: “Lance!” Lance: “What?” Angela watches them, as they stand in her hallway. Angela: “I’m going to keep your room open. I have a hunch you’re gonna need it.” Melissa and Lance stand outside the mansion’s front door. Melissa goes off on one again. Angela is eavesdropping, in the hallway. Lance snogs Melissa. She pushes him away while saying, “Take it to Dina!” (His latest woman on the side).