Discussion in 'Dynasty' started by tommie, Jul 8, 2018.
Actually it's Sean Rowan before he became Sean Rowan. Tony was presumably killed in a lawn mowing accident.
The real victim (unrecognizable) was Steven, it happened right after his emotional farewell speech. He never went to that offshore oil rig.
However, fake Steven (one of Steven's former boyfriends) didn't realize he was an impostor. Although he did pretend to be Steven every now and then, back in New York when both Steven's were still alive.
This explains how someone could recognize him as "Steven" after the oil rig explosion. The surgery fixed the injuries, but his face didn't really change.
I don't know how to reply with this except with an "Optimistic" tag!
Yes, it was very optimistic of me trying to make a silk purse out of a sow's ear, but I always feel the need to rescue your lame and lazy threads.
p.s. I am convinced that Tony/Sean was Joseph and Lady Ashley's love child.
I wish some one would call me a skank-whore.
You skank-whore. There. Wished granted.
It’s nice to be appreciated.
But what is it that we appreciate about Tony, apart from that picture in the first post? I'm still none the wiser and the OP is far from being helpful.
Him being a hot top? Or a hot bottom? Or versatile? Opportunities here are endless!!!
Hotness aside, Tony, like Mrs. Gunnerson and a few others, were a sign of the health of the early DYNASTY canvas, where even minor characters were given time on the screen to form some small opinion of them. Compare that with later when even characters who were given a main storyline still ended up being mere stereotypes (the Eurotrash washout, the company slut).
Hey, don't forget about (the only?) good scene of season 8, when the bunch was held hostage by Matthew and Gerard told Jeannette in an intimate moment that he loved her!
That little moment would have been so much more powerful if it were Fallon or Amanda being forced to wait on the servants.
Or if Amanda-llini would have stayed until that season finale. She might have reminisced her Hard Rock Café days...
"Mrs. Gunnerson, did you ask for a Whooper with fries?"
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