The Mountain

Season 1 Episode 5

Masquerade

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Aired Unknown Oct 20, 2004 on The WB
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After being fired from his job at Boundary, Eric feels betrayed so he decides to tell Travis all about David's secret. Now, Travis, hoping to get his job with the Dowlings back, uses the secret to get what he wants from David which includes control of one part of the mountain. Shelly and Sam inadvertently get Michael in trouble when they start a playful snowball fight with him which results in Colin's truck getting dirty. But this doesn't stop Michael from attending Gennie's charity masquerade party in hopes of getting closer to Shelly. Meanwhile, Gennie realizes that Robert is smitten with her and that she might be smitten with him as well.moreless

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  • At the annual Masquerade Ball for the Carver foundation David and Max continue to spar. Will and Maria continue to argue. Shelly's and Michael continue to flirt and Max helps Sam hook up with another woman. Gennie embarks on an affair with F. Robert Chapimoreless

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    After a promising start The WB's prime Time Soap Opera, "The Mountain's" fifth episode "Masquerade" continues its meandering down the slope of mediocrity. Once again the unanswered question is; will we finally see resolution of any of the many plot lines or will this series continue its seemingly endless hours of character development? Of the five episodes that have aired "Masquerade" is the most predictable and least interesting.



    This episode was cluttered by a multitude of romantic plot lines. Who will unite? Who will breakup? Who cares?



    Following this episode the series moved from Wednesday to Sunday night. If this episode portends the future this series will have difficulty reaching its thirteenth episode?moreless

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