Falcon Crest

Deliberate Disclosure

Season 2, Ep 16, Aired 1/28/83
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  • Episode Description
  • During breakfast, Lance presents the paper for Melissa to see and thinks he is off the hook. However, Melissa knows that Richard printed this because she would not sell him her father's property. When Angie learns that Richard's evidence is from the paternity results that Lance gave him, Angie denounces Lance's inheritance. At home, Cole, referring to the same article, thinks Melissa finally told the truth about Cole's fatherhood to Joseph. Although Cole's murder charges were dropped, Chase knows they will never hear the end of this until Carlo Agretti's murderer is found. At the hospital, Angie visits Elliot McKay, who, although quite ill, defiantly rejects Angie's offer to buy his vineyard. In town, Vickie meets Nick, who professes his love for her. At The Globe, Melissa confronts Richard about the newspaper article and when Richard refuses to print a retraction, Melissa threatens to sue him for libel. Richard welcomes the extra publicity.moreless

  • Cast & Crew
  • Susan Sullivan

    Maggie Gioberti Channing (1981-1989)

  • Jane Wyman

    Angela Channing

  • Robert Foxworth

    Chase Gioberti (1981-1987)

  • Lorenzo Lamas

    Lance Cumson

  • William R. Moses

    Cole Gioberti (1981-1986)

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  • Trivia & Quotes
  • Quotes (3)

    • Richard: I just want to tell you in person how much I look forward having you for a neighbour, Angela. Angela: Good fences make good neighbors. You stay out of my way. Richard: I knew I could count on your warm welcome.

    • Maggie: Is something the matter? Chase: Well, I was just up at Falcon Crest… Vickie: That explains it!

    • Lance: All I know is what I read on the papers. Angela: Well, try this as a headline: Angela Channing’s grandson, Lance Cumson, disinherited.

    Notes (1)

    • German episode title: "Deutliche Warnung", meaning "Clear Warning"

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