Dynasty

Season 3 Episode 16

The Mirror

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Aired Monday 10:00 PM Feb 16, 1983 on ABC
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Alexis is concerned the doctors will learn the truth behind Jeff's illness, but Adam tries to cover by ordering his office remodeled and the lethal paint compound removed. Mark and Fallon get closer in Haiti, while Kirby reveals her feelings for a hospitalized Jeff; Alexis tells Blake she is planning to orchestrate a Denver-Carrington/Colbyco. merger of both companies with her in charge. Dr. Edwards, a physician who cared for Adam in his younger days, arrives in Denver to see his former patient, a one-time drug user, which rattles Adam. In the Singapore hospital, Steven's bandages are removed and he is handed a mirror and sees his new face for the first time. Blake is stunned and Alexis is worried when the hospital reports it has found poison in Jeff's bloodstream.moreless

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    Lee Bergere

    Lee Bergere

    Joseph Aynders

    John Forsythe

    John Forsythe

    Blake Carrington

    Linda Evans

    Linda Evans

    Krystle Carrington

    Joan Collins

    Joan Collins

    Alexis Carrington Colby

    Pamela Sue Martin

    Pamela Sue Martin

    Fallon Carrington Colby

    Gordon Thomson

    Gordon Thomson

    Adam Carrington

    Frank Dent

    Frank Dent

    Workman

    Guest Star

    Patti Been

    Patti Been

    Miss Locke

    Guest Star

    Christopher O'Brien

    Christopher O'Brien

    Delivery Man

    Guest Star

    Jack Coleman

    Jack Coleman

    Steven Carrington

    Recurring Role

    John Larch

    John Larch

    Gerald Wilson

    Recurring Role

    James Hong

    James Hong

    Dr. Chen Ling

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      • Blake: Now, I don't know how you maneuvered this, Alexis, but...
        Alexis: Maneuvered? Me?
        Blake: But if you think I'm going to hold still while Jeff turns his son's birthright over to you, then you're the one who's insane.
        Alexis: Be careful, Blake. And begin to talk to me a little more civilly. You see, your grandson's share of Denver-Carrington, plus the shares Cecil worked so hard to amass, are now worth more than 50% of your company. Which means that you are now working for me.
        Blake: I'll see you in Hell before that happens.
        Alexis: That's the future. Let's continue to talk about the present. In a few days, I intend to call a meeting of both Colbyco and Denver-Carrington for SEC notification.
        Blake: SEC?
        Alexis: For SEC notification of a merger of the two companies. With guess who at the helm? I'll give you a clue. She's female. Very. She's, uh, quite beautiful, or so she's been told. Even by you. And she's smart. Perhaps even brilliant.

      • (Steven is about to see his new face for the first time)
        Steven: Tell me something, Doctor. If I don't like the results of what I see, is the next surgery on the house?
        Dr. Chen: On the house? I'm not quite familiar with that expression. Are you, Sister?
        Sister Agnes: He means with no charge.
        Dr. Chen: Oh. Well, the answer's no, Ben.
        (Dr. Chen cuts and removes Steven's bandages from his face)
        (to Sister Agnes) Some ointment, please.
        Now, are you ready for a look?
        (Dr. Chen hands Steven a mirror)
        Are you pleased?
        Steven: My eyes are the same color anyway. I just wonder if my loving wife would be able to pick me out in a crowd. Thank you, Dr. Chen, for giving me a face I'll be able to live with. I owe you a lot more than just money.

      • Adam: Tell me, Mother, why do you insist on going to the hospital instead of straight to see Blake?
        Alexis: Because there's more to this situation than who wins or loses. I know that, to you, Jeff is just a pawn. But to me, he's a fine human being, who was there when I needed him when Cecil died. He's the only one who was. And now, he's in a great deal of pain.
        Adam: If he's in pain, they'll give him a pill.
        Alexis: I'm talking about anguish. The kind of anguish that you feel when someone that you love turns against you.
        Adam: You mean Fallon.
        Alexis: Yes, Fallon. Just like her father. When he turned against me. I thought, Adam, that you of all people would have understood that. Maybe you have more of your father's blood running in your veins than I suspected.
        Adam: Then, perhaps I should go to the hospital with you. We can arrange for a transfusion.

      • Adam: Why exactly are you here?
        Dr. Edwards: I was on my way to see my sister in St. Louis. The plane lays over for about an hour, so I thought you might be happy to see your grandmother's old doctor.
        Adam: My grandmother who never was my grandmother is dead. I have a father now and a mother. And I'm on my way to see her, so you'll have to excuse me.
        Dr. Edwards: Son, maybe Kate wasn't your grandmother, but she loved you. Well, let's just say that out of respect for her memory, I wanted to see that you were still... still in good shape.
        Adam: Well, look around you, Doctor. Look around this office, at my desk, the rest of the furniture here. Do you think I'm doing all right? Does all this satisfy your sense of respect for Kate Torrance?
        Dr. Edwards: Michael...
        Adam: It's Adam!

      • Mark: You see, Fallon, a guy like me grows up looking a certain way. Learn to play good tennis, look good in shorts. Good legs. There was a girl, a teenager, who actually wrote a poem about my legs once. I was... I was embarrassed for the truth of it.
        Fallon: Which was?
        Mark: That lots of ladies are ready to judge a book by its deep-tanned cover, fighting to offer you their favors. Which you accept because it's fun and easy. Easy as pie and tennis.
        Fallon: How are things back home at La Mirage with the tennis?
        Mark: Oh, no problem. And no lessons for a couple days. Word's out that the pro has a pulled muscle. Boy, I must have really bored you right now, didn't I?
        Fallon: No, you didn't.
        Mark: Then I'd like to show you the decent guy in me. Because it is there too, even thought it doesn't show that often.
        Fallon: I can't, Mark. I have an appointment with my lawyer this afternoon. I don't know how long it'll take. Besides, I'm not really here for the local color.
        Mark: Fallon Colby came here for one reason - to be Fallon Carrington again, right?
        Fallon: Right. I wanna get it over with and get back and see my son again. Thanks anyway, I appreciate it. And that girl was right. You do have kind of poetic legs.

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