Melrose Place

Season 7 Episode 16

Lethal Wedding 4

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Aired Unknown Nov 23, 1998 on FOX
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Following the roof incident, Ryan insults Megan and gets into a fist fight with Michael. Jane burns her wedding dress on the barbecue. Amanda sues Michael for the roof damages, tries to fire Ryan and Jane, and blames Lexi for everything. Jane sues Michael for divorce, and he responds with a countersuit. Amanda hopes to force the Mancinis to talk things out by locking them in the laundry room overnight. They wind up dredging up the past (and Jane actually says Sydney's name!). Megan tells Michael to go easy on Jane after learning that she may have breast cancer. Megan quits her job, but returns (as vice president) after Lexi begs for forgiveness. Ryan again repels Megan by gyrating onstage with the musical guest. Peter learns that his father--a spiteful man who struggled as a pro golfer--has died friendless. He hopes to avoid his father's fate by proposing to Eve. Eve arranges a wedding in her hometown, then sneaks out with Amanda to visit her grandmother. Kyle follows them, and badgers the old woman into revealing that Eve spent 15 years in prison. Lexi, unaware that Peter is about to tie the knot, calls him to profess her love. Kyle harasses Eve before the wedding. Amanda interrupts and confesses that she and Eve once committed a murder.moreless

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Sean Hennigan

Sean Hennigan

Peter's Father

Guest Star

Jeremy James Kissner

Jeremy James Kissner

Young Peter

Guest Star

Jeanette Miller

Jeanette Miller

Eve's Grandmother

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Terri Johnson

Terri Johnson

Julie

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Rena Sofer

Rena Sofer

Eve Cleary

Recurring Role

Mark L. Taylor

Mark L. Taylor

Dr. Louis Visconti

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