In all honesty, they should've just went with Moldova. I think most Dynasty fans probably think that was Moldavia anyway.Alexis has been gone for almost 10 years, and Fallon has postcards from her from Moldavia and Denver. I love that Moldavia exists!
As flat as a cell phone.This episode seemed flat.
I do appreciate these details, but it's not substantial enough to make it an entertaining episode.I did like the postcards from Alexis, the one with Denver looked like the old Dynasty typography
Although I hadn't expected that "experience" to end so soon. I hardly connect it with OldDynasty anymore, Alexis is the last link and once I get to know her, the show will be completely its own thing.Knowing that it is a remake, (it's Dynasty, and at the same time it isn't) makes the experience somewhat different
That's how I felt the episode previous. I actually thought this one was a very slight improvement but still terrible all around as far the writing/acting goes. It's like the writers haven't actually read much, and don't aspire to write anything even remotely creative. It's all just bla... it's clichéd bla. Stuff we've seen a million times before.it was the script itself, it looked as if it was written by a 13 y/o person.
Michael said to her: "maybe you should stop blaming your mom, and try to figure out why you're so screwed up now".Fallon doesn't come across as smart, her bitchy funny schtick is dull
Wouldn't that be too obvious? I mean, it was hardly a guessing game, was it.I guess that the detective of the family killed Willy
Well I can see how a parent essentially abandoning you could screw you up. It's just that they didn't really set it up well. We are meant to put all this together because of a few references to her being bitchy in high school. She's too cheerleader in that regard.Michael said to her: "maybe you should stop blaming your mom, and try to figure out why you're so screwed up now".
And that's it: I don't see that screwed up Fallon, it's all light-hearted bitch-tralala-bitch-tralala.