Falcon Crest

Season 7 Episode 2

Obsession, Possession

Aired Friday 10:00 PM Oct 09, 1987 on ABC - Australian Broadcasting Corporation Television



  • Trivia

  • Quotes

    • Maggie: You have me, you have Michael, you have Kevin. We're your family now.
      Richard: Yeah, but she's my mother.

    • Maggie: I want to apologise, I'm just not quite sure how to do it...
      Richard: What's wrong with I'm sorry?

    • Maggie: Have you heard Nicole Sauguet's idea for memorializing Chase? Chase Gioberti Children's Hospital.
      Angela: How philanthropic.
      Maggie: Yes, of course she's tearing down Chase's vineyard to build it.
      Angela: Well philanthropy is one thing, stupidity is another.

    • Angela: Revenge leaves a bitter taste in one's mouth, something like sour grapes. Why don't you leave it to the pros?

    • Melissa: I can't afford to be crazy anymore.

    • Richard: Family is supposed to give you love, security, they're going to help each other out, they're going to back each other up, they're not going to tell lies, they're not going to mastermind some kind of plot so they can destroy you!
      Maggie: Richard what's going on?!
      Richard: The Wicked Witch of the West. She tells more lies than the devil.

    • (Emma is trying to convince Angela to tell Richard that he is her son)
      Angela: You won't believe it.
      Emma: Of course he would, he would know in his heart that it was true.
      Richard: (sarcastically) That's right, I would know in my heart that it was true.

    • Angela: You know, Chao Li has been with me longer than any of my husbands.
      If he died, who would I have left?

    • Nicole: Chase and I were together for 5 years.
      Maggie: Well, if that's true, I'm sure it was only to save himself the 5 dollars every night.

    • Richard: (to Angela) It's not everyday you say hello to me, much less save my life so what's the big bad secret?

    • Richard: You are my mother you can not walk away from that!
      Angela: As far as I am concerned my son died forty-five years ago.
      Richard: Fine by me. After all motherhood is nothing more that a biological function.

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