Discussion in 'Dynasty' started by James from London, Nov 24, 2016.
I've always thought she liked him better than her own flesh and blood, those rats!
Listen, some of these may be empty words, but Sammy Jo was indeed a match for any man--gay or straight.
Mar 87. Dirk Maurier calls Dana and Adam a very handsome couple. Zach calls Jason and Sable the couple of the year. Jason calls Lucas a miserable man. Jeff calls Frankie miserable and desperate. Frankie calls herself bad news for every man she's ever loved. Frankie calls Phillip her husband back from the dead, dangerous and a conman. April calls Adam cute, dangerous and a mystery man. Channing calls Kolya kinda cute when he drinks. Miles calls Channing very convincing when she tells her sad stories. Adam calls Dana lovely when she accepts an apology and an opportunist out to grab a Carrington. Adam calls himself Michael Torrance, a fake and a phoney. Jason calls Phillip Hoyt Parker, a spoiler and a liar. Miles calls Phillip his long-lost uncle and a loser. Adam calls Dr Edwards a crazy old man and a liar. Adam calls Kate Torrance a liar. Alexis calls Adam a very complex young man and her handsome son. Miles calls Jeff the worst son a man could have. Phillip calls Jeff the son he never had and the only good thing that came out of this mess. Adrienne calls Zach the only person in this entire town who's had the decency or kindness to offer her help. Sarah calls Cathy all she has. Sarah calls Krystina all that she has left of Cathy. Blake calls Sarah our friend from Wyoming. Blake calls Dana a wonderful girl. Alexis calls Dana a small town girl with big ideas. Adam calls April the kind of girl that drinks nothing but champagne and a beautiful woman. Dex calls Sarah a beautiful woman inside and out. Channing calls Annabelle a beautiful lady and the kindest person she ever knew. Sarah calls Krystle the sister she never had and the closest friend left to her on this earth. Dex calls Krystle a fantastic friend. Blake calls Krystle a new friend. Blake calls Dex an old friend. Dex calls himself a very dear friend. Alexis calls herself a very good friend of the Comtesse de Vigny. Alexis calls the Comtesse du Vigny an expert on the family of Louis XV. Alexis calls Louis XV not such a great lover after all. Alexis calls Neil scum and a creep. Adam calls Neil a convicted murderer. Phillip calls himself a murderer. Monica calls Zach a killer, a user and diabolical. Monica calls Scott a sweet funny special little boy. Lucas calls Scott a little bastard. Scott calls Sable Grandma. Frankie calls Sable a saint. Sable calls Frankie a slut. Roger calls Frankie quite a woman. Roger calls Maya Kumara a very clever woman. Ben calls Clay a womaniser. Clay calls Leslie a ditz. Leslie calls Clay a jerk. Leslie calls Buck drunk and full of hatred.
Apr 87. Krystina calls Raggedy Ann her favourite doll. Clay calls Leslie his favourite drudge. Leslie calls Clay a lover in the great tradition, an engineer not a poet and a regular chatterbox. Buck calls Leslie Clay’s sister and a tramp. Clay calls Buck a drunken liar. Leslie calls herself a pretty likeable character, moody and dirty. Alexis calls Adam moody and unpredictable. The cops call Adam just another drunk, just another wise guy. Adam calls himself a student of boxing. Adam calls Dirk a corporate crook, a master of timing and a monster. Gordon Wales calls Alexis and Dirk multi-million dollar losers. Dirk calls Alexis as sure of herself as she is beautiful. Dirk calls Dex the love that can't be replaced. Dirk calls Adam the one who drinks a lot. Adam calls Neil the pig who made him betray Alexis. Neil calls revenge almost as good as sex. Neil calls Adam a pathetic fraud. Dex calls Adam and Dana’s wedding quite a bash. Dex calls Sarah incapable of hurting anyone. Blake calls Sarah a very sick woman. Adam calls Kate a sick woman with sick delusions. Gavin calls Alexis quite a woman and a gentle loving misunderstood woman. Alexis calls herself a very busy woman. Gavin calls himself Alexis’s future. Dominique calls herself a two-time loser. Steven calls himself confused. Steven calls Alexis devastated. Sammy Jo calls Danny devastated and miserable. Alexis calls Sammy Jo bad news and a fraud. Alexis calls Gavin Mr Mystery Man. Sammy Jo calls Steven the kindest gentlest man she's ever known. Dominique calls Jackie the most important thing in life to her. Leslie calls being with Clay one of the best things to happen to her in a long time.
May 87. Adam calls Alexis his beautiful mother. Blake calls Adam and Dana’s wedding beautiful. Dex calls Alexis a very lonely lady with nothing and no one in her life. Steven calls Dana what was missing in Adam’s life. Adam calls Dana the love of his life. Dex calls himself an expert in forgetting about love. Dex calls Gavin a crook and a creep. Blake calls AIDS a disease that kills. Steven calls himself as aware of the problem as Blake is.
Sep 87. Jeff calls Fallon stressed out. Matthew calls Fallon Blake’s pretty daughter that could do no wrong. Matthew calls Steven Blake’s embarrassment. Matthew calls Blake a man who steals other men’s oil, a gay basher and a fag hater. Matthew calls Sam Dexter the only decent man on the Denver Carrington board. Krystina calls Matthew a bad man. Steven calls Matthew a man of peace. Alexis calls Sean the man who saved her life. Hess calls Alexis a romantic after all. Hess calls himself a romantic too and a real softy. Matthew calls himself a scarred wanderer. Sammy Jo calls herself smaller than Leslie. Leslie calls Matthew a monster and a lunatic. Leslie calls Steven a coward. Dana calls Adam insatiable and sexist.
Oct 87. Steven calls Jeff a great guy, but if there aren’t any lines on the pad he gets very nervous. Leslie calls Dex a very popular guy around these parts. Dex calls himself and Leslie a good team. Dex calls Fallon good people. Blake calls the people the soul of a state. Blake calls Arthur Whitcomb’s land a refuge for wildlife in this state. Alexis calls Arthur Whitcomb’s land valuable timberland. Alexis calls Krystle the dutiful wife standing side by side with her husband on the political platform of life. Dex calls Alexis an angel with fruit and flowers. Alexis calls champagne and popcorn the perfect appetiser. Alexis calls Sean incredibly hostile, madly sensual and extremely intelligent. Alexis calls Q&A Magazine an obnoxious publication and a filthy rag. Alexis calls Leslie a smart girl. Leslie calls Mrs Gunnerson’s peach apple pie the food of the gods. Leslie calls Fallon a little strange. Fallon calls her alien abduction unlike anything she’s known. Fallon calls alien skin leathery. Blake calls Fallon and Jeff a welcome sight. Blake calls Hess a weasel. Blake calls Matthew insane. Alexis calls Matthew dead. Rebecca Payne calls Alexis a strong choice in the gubernatorial primary until her unfortunate accident, a genuine force in the business world, an unstable personality and an unattached woman driven to extremes in her personal life. Sean calls Alexis a beautiful powerful woman. Dr Edwards calls Dana a lovely young woman, bright and compassionate. Dana calls herself a woman that can’t have a baby. Blake calls Krystle an extraordinary woman. Bill calls Krystle quite a woman. Bill calls Blake a man whose success and power has not diminished his concern for the people and a man who is going to do great things for the state of Colorado. Blake calls himself a lucky man. Sean calls himself a renaissance man, a strong swimmer, an ungrateful wretch, reasonably attractive and nobody’s puppet. Steven calls himself a misfit and tired of apologising for who he is. Krystle calls Steven her first friend in this house. Steven calls Josh the number one quarterback, some piece of work and arrogant, a piece of work and the number one quarterback. Skip calls Josh crazy, a jerk, a second-string big shot and nothing but a big mouth with no talent.
Nov 87. Blake calls the Denver Mirror completely irresponsible. Blake calls LB and Danny two rowdy but terrific grandsons. Blake calls Steven his choice to head the company. Adam calls Blake the governor-to-be and a new grandfather-to-be. Krystle calls Blake a terrific kisser, her favourite candidate, a man of his word and a rat. Adam calls Steven a man who’s killed another man. Adam calls Sean a very lucky man. Alexis calls Blake the first man she fell in love with when she was seventeen years old. Krystle calls Alexis’s preoccupation with Blake amazing and a little sad. Alexis calls Sean cynical, romantic, a man of mystery and her new husband. Alexis calls marrying Sean fate and something that she had to do. Leslie calls Jeff a married man. Josh calls Steven the man that sleeps down the hall alone. Josh calls himself a wise guy, not exactly Mr Smooth, a jerk and the one that’s turning this team around. Dana calls Steven a little preoccupied with his football team. Fallon calls herself, Steven and Adam a neat little triangle. Fallon calls herself nobody’s little girl, not anymore. Jeff calls Fallon the impulsive girl who used to fly to New Orleans for fresh oysters and go to Kansas City for a steak. Jeff calls Leslie a very persuasive woman. Sean calls Alexis a very wealthy woman, a very lovely woman, his gorgeous señora and the mother of Adam Carrington who raped our sister. Karen calls herself the biological mother of Adam’s child. Adam calls Karen a good mother, perfect, attractive and bright. Alexis calls Leslie bright, determined and loyal to an employer who does not deserve her loyalty. Jeff calls Leslie’s fingers very sensitive. Jeff calls Miss Lindqusit a con artist. Leslie calls Dex’s ego a work of art. Dex calls Leslie a piece of work and a second-rate Carrington. Krystle calls Denver Carrington a solid corporation. Blake calls Krystle quite a woman. Adam calls Dana the only woman he will ever love. Dana calls Karen a lovely woman and very pretty. Skipper calls Sammy Jo a pretty young lady. Steven calls Sammy Jo a Josh Harris fan. Sammy Jo calls Josh a loud-mouthed, self-centred, dull-witted jock and Mr Macho. Josh calls kissing Sammy Jo wrong. Sammy Jo calls having it off with Josh wrong.
Dec 87. Harry Thresher calls himself the oil minister of Natumbe. Dex calls Harry Thresher a lowlife in a new suit and somehow connected to Sean Rowan. Sean calls Billings a small town. Blake calls Colorado a beautiful state. Blake calls drug abuse a terrible blight on our society. Steven calls mandatory drug testing wrong. Josh calls voluntary drug testing a dumb idea. Blake calls Steven his right arm and a logical choice. Adam calls Blake a bit myopic where Steven’s concerned. Fallon calls Steven headstrong. Steven calls Josh out of control, trouble none of us needs, a hell of a football player, a coke addict and damaged goods. Skip calls Josh one of his best clients. Josh calls himself a quarterback not a vice cop, a whipping boy, a damn fool and a jerk. Josh calls Skip a jerk and a loser. Josh calls Sammy Jo too dang stubborn to admit she’s in love with him. Josh calls Steven crazy and a bastard. Steven calls Dex the guy that’s supposed to deliver a pipeline on time and on budget. Dex calls himself a guy who keeps his word. Sean calls Dana a woman of her word. Alexis calls Blake a man who always keeps his word and never ever does anything wrong, a paragon of virtue, a saint among saints and the wrong man for the job. Cora calls Blake a damn good man. Steven calls a man in his life the last thing he needs right now. Alexis calls Jeff a wonderful man (and there are very few out there). Leslie calls having it off with Jeff wonderful. Jeff calls having it off with Leslie a mistake. Sammy Jo calls having it off with Josh a mistake. Krystle calls Josh’s death a terrible tragedy and a warning to all young people. Chris calls Matthew’s death a hell of a thing. Chris calls Steven good people. Leslie calls herself a good swimmer. Blake calls Jeff a good campaign manager. Jeff calls himself depressed and relieved at the same time. Sean calls himself Alexis’s humble servant. Alexis calls Sean anything but humble. Alexis calls Sammy Jo that tacky little niece of Krystle’s. Alexis calls Cora a very successful businesswoman. Cora calls Alexis very direct. Cora calls Krystle a very gutsy lady. Krystle calls Jeffrey Ames an expert lip reader. Krystle calls Alexis’s bordello tape a fraud and a lie. Blake calls Alexis’s bordello tape a cheap dirty trick. Fallon calls Alexis’s bordello tape horrible. Sean calls Alexis a woman who enjoys manipulating men, who lashes out when she doesn’t get her way. Alexis calls Dana her sweet little daughter-in-law, a little nobody and a gold digger. Alexis calls Dana’s botched abortion a dreadful secret. Alexis calls herself an independent candidate for the governor’s office of the state of Colorado. Alexis calls imitation a sign of tremendous insecurity. Fallon calls Leslie a pathetic imitation.
Jan 88. Adam calls Steven a financial wizard. Jeff calls Steven way off base. Dex calls Steven a real hard head. Steven calls Harry a crook. Fallon calls Harry a coward not a crook. Harry calls himself an entrepreneur not a bleeding heart. Alexis calls herself a woman who can take charge, a woman who can make decisions, a woman who can run this state. Mr Baker calls Blake and Alexis major business tycoons once married to each other vying for the highest office in the state. Alexis calls the Denver Mirror a very respected newspaper. Alexis calls World Finance a nasty little magazine. Alexis calls Krystle the loyal woman who just happened to come to Denver and just happened to marry one of the richest men in the country while taking dictation and God knows what else from him. A radio newsreader calls Alexis one of the wealthiest women in the country. Russ Kelton calls Alexis an eminently attractive woman, an eighties woman, a friend to women, a partner to men, a role model and a heroine. Gordon Wales calls Alexis a heroine and a sure winner. Fallon calls Alexis front page news. Gerald calls Alexis pretty handy with a cue stick. Sean calls Alexis the most beautiful thing that has ever happened to him. Karen calls the Carrington bassinet one of the most beautiful she’s ever seen. Karen calls the Carrington mansion incredible. Steven calls himself protective of Denver Carrington. Leslie calls herself a poor relation two steps above a servant. Dex calls Leslie a smouldering fire, hot and inviting. Dex calls Fallon’s Dolly Parton wig ravishing, enticing, sexy and blonde. Fallon calls Dex Dr Freud. Fallon calls the government of Natumbe unstable. Adam calls the government of Natumbe shaky. Sean calls life shaky. Sean calls Dana a damned liar. Dana calls her teenage abortion a terrible mistake. Dana calls Adam the boy she worshipped from afar. Adam calls Kirby a wonderful girl. Sean calls Leslie a very bright girl with a very bright future and even more ambitious than he thought. Steven calls Danny a very ambitious tyke. Steven calls Jeff’s new apartment a nice place. Jeff calls his new apartment a place to crash.
I have no idea who Harry is, but it's definitely a crook's name.
What the devil is going on in that episode?
Because it has a floor and a ceiling and a door? Talk about high society standards!
Harry is Harry Thresher, Sean's associate in Natumbe. He's great, very shifty and increasingly sweaty.
It is, isn't it?
Crooked cop Harry:
Rapey uncle Harry:
Ha! It's the scene where Alexis's publicist tells her she should start wearing pastels:
Treacherous Harry Tresher. Too bad for him, his secretary is far from discreet. He practically shouted the phone call announcement in Dex' ear!
I see, so it was a good news vs. bad news situation.
I wonder if he suggested mauve.
Anyway, it only goes to show how confusing these who-called-who-whats can be, out of context etcetera.
That's kind of what I like about them.
Feb 88. Alexis calls Krystle that wimp. Alexis calls Blake stodgy, pigheaded and chauvinistic with a lot of skeletons in his closet that haven’t been revealed yet. Blake calls Alexis smart and shrewd but she also happens to be self-indulgent and dishonest. Krystle calls Blake selfish and ridiculous. Krystle calls herself selfish. Jessie calls himself a dreamer. Sammy Jo calls herself a girl who grew up knowing nothing but jalopy racing. Alexis calls herself a genuine candidate with an excellent chance of being elected. Alexis calls red a very good colour. Alexis calls Leslie an important executive at Colby Co and a pretty little thing. Dex calls Leslie a frightened little girl. Sean calls Leslie paranoid. Sean calls Alexis the woman he loves, a beautiful woman and not only beautiful but forgiving. Sean calls the African mamba one of God’s deadliest creatures. Jeff calls Blake one of the most important people in his life. Steven calls Jeff the newest member of Denver Carrington’s executive committee. Sean calls Jessie Adam Carrington’s worst nightmare. Karen calls Jessie a little impulsive but he doesn’t mean any harm. Jessie calls Karen a brood mare. Jessie calls Adam unbelievable. Steven calls Adam the wise young attorney. Adam calls Jeff the man his father has always loved like a son. Adam calls Jessie some two-bit hustler, a damn fool and a threat to us and our child. The nurse calls Karen and Adam’s son eight pounds four ounces. Karen calls her son a part of her and she can’t give him up.
Mar 88. Alexis calls interviews the bane of her life. Jeff calls his life a rollercoaster. Steven calls Jeff marrying Sammy Jo a big mistake. Jeff calls having it off with Sammy Jo wonderful. Jeff calls having it off with Leslie wonderful but it wasn’t real. Jeff calls himself and Steven a couple of jerks. Dana calls herself a scapegoat. Morgan Hess calls himself a night person. Sean calls himself the son of a servant. Blake calls Sean the one that kidnapped Adam’s son. Krystle calls Blake the one who found the guns. Krystle calls Fallon the one who asked for the divorce. Krystle calls Neil the last person Blake would do business with. Alexis calls Blake a nightmare. Alexis calls Kirby a gold digger. Alexis calls Rio a silly little thing. Alexis calls herself a good sport. Sean calls Leslie a good cook. Hess calls Sean an ex-airforce pilot turned mercenary and a dangerous guy. Leslie calls Sean dangerous and violent when cornered. Adam calls Sean’s vendetta vicious. Sean calls Alexis a bitch. Sean calls Joseph the butler allowed to play billiards with his master but always reminded of his place. Blake calls Joseph more than a butler, his friend. Leslie calls Dex a great friend. Leslie calls herself the girl of Jeff’s dreams. Jeff calls Leslie crazy. Jeff calls himself one of the most cautious people Sammy Jo knows. Dex calls Alexis one of a kind, absolutely fearless and a target. Blake calls himself the target of a calculated plot to bring down his company, his campaign and his entire family. Neil calls himself an old war horse. Neil calls Adam the would-be Carrington. Dana calls Adam an honest to God blood Carrington. Leslie calls herself the poor Carrington and your basic sensual type. Neil calls Krystle the arrogant Mrs Carrington and a smart woman. Alexis calls Leslie a smart young woman, the company tramp (or should that be slut?) and a whore. Steven calls Adam very smart and a fighter. Jessie calls Adam a bastard. Dana calls Adam selfish. Mrs Wilby calls Adam unstable. Judge Langdon calls Adam out of order. Judge Langdon calls Dana out of order. Judge Langdon calls the surrogacy lawsuit a complicated case. Mrs Wilby calls the surrogacy contract a complicated document, not legal, not constitutional and not moral. Mrs Wilby calls Karen and Jessie ready, willing and able to offer the child a secure environment both with a mother and a father.
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