Dynasty

Season 8 Episode 13

The Interview

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Aired Monday 10:00 PM Jan 06, 1988 on ABC
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Following a night of lovemaking with Leslie, Sean hears a news report on Alexis' bid for governor. Seeing an opportunity to avenge his father's death, Sean returns to Alexis in order to curry favor. Alexis asks Sean to assume control of Colbyco so she can concentrate on the election. At the mountain cabin with Jeff and the kids, Sammy Jo contemplates her failed marriage and her inadequacies as a mother. Jeff comforts Sammy Jo and a new bond forms between them. Karen urges Dana to tell Adam that he was the father of the baby she aborted in high school. Adam is bitter when Dana finally tells him and he accuses her of murdering his child. Adam turns to Karen for solace and confides his worry that the baby she's carrying will come to a bad end. Karen reassures Adam and gives him an innocent kiss which Dana witnesses and misinterprets. Alexis sabotages Blake's televised debate and then shows up to steal his thunder. Krystle fills in for Blake and capably defends him against Alexis' political insults. Trying to think of a way to get back at Alexis, Krystle remembers Alexis' hasty marriage to Cecil Colby before he died. Krystle wonders if she can prove that he didn't die from natural causes and somehow implicate Alexis.moreless

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    Robert Harland

    Robert Harland

    James Rayford

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    Jim McKrell

    Jim McKrell

    Deselles

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    Christopher Kriesa

    Christopher Kriesa

    Dan

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    Jordan Charney

    Jordan Charney

    Bill Cochran

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    Stephanie Dunnam

    Stephanie Dunnam

    Karen Atkinson

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    Brandon Bluhm

    L.B. Colby

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