Melrose Place

To Kill a Whirlybird

Season 6, Ep 14, Aired 1/5/98
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  • Episode Description
  • Michael is forced to turn over his share of the cauterizing glove company to Brett. He threatens to use his clout as chief-of-staff to have the company blackballed. Brett sends Michael notes on Dr. Shulman's stationery so that he will make unwanted romantic advances toward her. Peter goes along with the plan, and Michael is stripped of his title. Megan's relationship with Brett escalates after he assures her that he is not using her to get back at Michael. Taylor pulls out the $25,000 and convinces Kyle that she won it at the casino. They sleep together. A drunken Billy kisses Connie, who immediately phones the out-of-town Sam. A woman named Charlie stops by the apartments and tells Billy that Connie is her ex-girlfriend. She explains that Connie is scheming to win Samantha away from Billy. Amanda and Sam are involved in a helicopter crash. They are left stranded in the wilderness, as Amanda struggles to survive. Bob re-surfaces at Peter and Lexi's house. Lexi insists on easing her guilt by giving him a job and a place to stay.moreless

  • Cast & Crew
  • Jack Wagner

    Peter Burns

  • Heather Locklear

    Amanda Woodward

  • Alyssa Milano

    Jennifer Mancini

  • Kelly Rutherford

    Megan Lewis

  • Jamie Luner

    Lexi Sterling

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  • Trivia & Quotes
  • Quotes (3)

    • Peter (when Michael asks why Shulman would sent him a love note): I don't know. Maybe she's having a psychotic episode.

    • Peter (to Michael): Every time you lose a wife, you lose about fifty IQ points.

    • Jennifer: You can't cheat an honest man, Michael. Michael: And you can't ride a charley horse. So what?

    Notes (1)

    • "Don't Lose Your Head" by INXS plays over the establishing shots.

    Allusions (1)

    • To Kill a Mockingbird is a prize-winning book by Harper Lee that deals with prejudice and racism in 1930s Alabama. It was also a film starring Gregory Peck.

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