Well! What have we here? I hope she likes the flowers because the Peyton mansion looks like a jungle now - and somehow I get the feeling that's exactly where she belongs. Everybody knows about the new will and everybody acts shocked and displeased, but that doesn't stop Rodney from kissing Betty, or Steven from behaving like the cold and jealous half-brother. Steven to Rodney: "You'll never get her back!", and I think it showed the essence of his marriage. The beautiful wife, the trophy, the one thing that Rodney doesn't have (anymore). And Betty, I think she's just desperate to make their marriage work. It's almost like a Greek tragedy, no matter how hard they fight the mighty Peyton, they walk into the trap with their eyes wide open. It's so much fun watching the Cords trying to figure out what Peyton's plans are. They even plan to have him declared incompetent, because of that outrageous will, of course. I'm not sure if it's going to be as fabulous as what happened on The Colbys, but at least Steven (Colby) is far more honest about it than Sable (Colby). "I want my share. Not because I need it, because I want it". Rachel's storyline has come to an end, and that means there's no further link with Allison. Chandler's still in jail (there's always somebody in jail) but that story seems to focus on his past, and the connection with Leslie Harrington in particular. I've read in the YouTube comments that Leigh Taylor-Young had a 2 year contract and that she wanted to leave the show earlier because she was pregnant, and thus making her departure somewhat improvisatory. But honestly, what more could they have done with her? I don't know if it was intentional or not, but I really liked how they ended both the Rachel and Allison story by combining these two characters into one. "Why do you love Betty?"