Melrose Place

Season 7 Episode 17

When Cheerleaders Attack

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Aired Unknown Nov 30, 1998 on FOX
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Amanda and Eve reveal their secret to Kyle. During high school, Eve's quarterback boyfriend Kent made a play for Amanda at the football stadium. He tried to rape her when she refused him. Eve saved Amanda by shoving Kent from the bleachers to his death. His family claimed that the act was premeditated, and Eve was sentenced to 20 years in prison. Eve and Amanda beg Kyle not to share the truth with Peter. Peter and Eve are married, and find a naked Lexi waiting in their room. Peter threatens Lexi when she tries to blackmail him with her knowledge of Amanda's kidnapping. Eve is haunted by nightmares about Kent. Megan and Ryan take Lexi home after she rushes the Upstairs stage in a drunken stupor. After Ryan saves her from falling off her balcony, Lexi decides to turn over a new leaf. She tries to make nice with Amanda, but later admits that this is part of a scheme. Megan considers dating Ryan. Michael learns of Jane's potential illness and offers to support her. Jane leans on him temporarily, but rejects him after getting a clean bill of health. Amanda is nearly flattened by a delivery truck, and suddenly decides she wants a baby. Amanda and Kyle find oceanfront property for sale, and Kyle gives the owner a sob story to convince him to accept their bid.moreless

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    David O'Donnell

    David O'Donnell

    Kent Damarr

    Guest Star

    Charmaine Cruz

    Charmaine Cruz

    Dr. Antoinette Moore

    Guest Star

    Joe O'Connor

    Joe O'Connor

    Michael's Attorney

    Guest Star

    Lawrence Dobkin

    Lawrence Dobkin

    Hadley

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    Terri Johnson

    Terri Johnson

    Julie

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    Rena Sofer

    Rena Sofer

    Eve Cleary Burns

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