Melrose Place

Season 2 Episode 27

Psycho Therapy

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Aired Unknown Apr 20, 1994 on FOX
9.5
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Jake makes amends with Billy before leaving for a weekend fishing trip. Ted continues to creep around in the crawl space above Amanda's apartment. Jo realizes that someone is in Amanda's apartment; and she and Amanda catch Ted trying to escape. Amanda refuses to allow Jo to call the police until Amanda has tied up Ted and emotionally tortured him. Billy warns Dr. Miller not to interfere in his relationship with Alison. Alison ends their sessions, but not before Dr. Miller makes an astute observation about her relationships with men. Michael learns that Dr. Levin is a client of Sydney's business, and uses this information to blackmail his boss into appointing him chief resident. Michael tells Sydney that he wants to give their marriage a chance. As they kiss, Kimberly observes them from the beach below.moreless

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  • Thrilling.

    9.5
    I have personally enjoyed almost all episodes of this show, but this is an episode that especially caught my interest. Most of the stories come either to a conclusion or yet have to get to it, but either way it keeps me hooked the entire time.



    This entire peeper stuff with Amanda was short-term, yet it was so sleazy and dangerous that I was kept nervous while Jo rushed to save Amanda. Amanda had really shown that she is as cutthroat as they come. I love that about her, and I especially love that she also has a tender side.



    The only part of the episode that I didn't enjoy as much was the Alison stuff. I'm not that into her mood changes lately. Also, the guy that plays Billy is quite a bad actor, but I find it easier to tolerate him than Alison's story.



    The best part of the episode was Michael blackmailing his doctor friend at the hospital. I enjoyed every minute of it, and the most best part of the episode was the very end when a very much alive Kimberly made a surprise appearance on the beach. I guess this is the point where things get even better for this show.moreless
  • and what a development it was...

    9.5
    The moment Kimberly came back from the dead was one of the scariest & creepiest ones ever seen on television, and without it, Melrose Place wouldn't have become The Place to Be.



    Turning Kim into the Psycho we all know and love, was a key maneuver, that unfolded the best story-arcs ever: driving Michael over and blaming poor Jane for it, the deranged Betsy-personality locking Peter & Amanda at the mental hospital, and the best of the bests: Blowing up the Apartment complex in 4 explosions from hell.



    This first of many cliff hangers was the exact thing that gave Melrose it's edgy style & feeling. Although bringing Locklear on board was good, introducing the Psycho Red-Head was the final spice the show needed.



    It's not what it looks like !

    It's worse....moreless
Christopher Gartin

Christopher Gartin

Ted Ryan

Guest Star

Erich Anderson

Erich Anderson

Dr. Dan Miller

Guest Star

Eileen Barnett

Eileen Barnett

Mrs. Levin

Guest Star

Marcia Cross

Marcia Cross

Dr. Kimberly Shaw

Recurring Role

Laura Leighton

Laura Leighton

Sydney Andrews-Mancini

Recurring Role

Carmen Argenziano

Carmen Argenziano

Dr. Stanley Levin

Recurring Role

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