Yes, DYNASTY's season 1, for example. But somehow I get the feeling you're only familiar with the "Moldavia years" since most people would define that as quintessential Dynasty.I can’t recall any moment from the show that managed to rise above its cartoon tomfoolery and be genuinely moving. There’s other kinds of things to go to for that level of emotional gratification.
How I forgot about this scene, I do not know...it has always been a favorite also. Actually that entire episode is one of my favorites, with the scene at the jewelers and then back at the house in the library...the way the camera circles around Blake and Krystle as she begins to talk about how he knew about everything all along. I love it! And Joseph telling her "I belong here, you don't."Krystle's "I loved you the best I could" speech to a drunk and sleeping Blake just before he kills Ted.
Blake and Adam in the chapel, with Blake having just heard what a monster Adam was and then having to feel sorry for him losing his child (and Adam saying he will probably lose her for his crimes) was a great scene also.I always thought Adam and Kirby weeping over their miscarried baby was sad.
While the idea was great, there was something I didn't like about this scene--it really should have been the culmination of an arc, a peak, yet...And after Adam told Blake the truth about Jeffs poisoning, Blake drove to Alexis and appologised for accusing her, having no feelings for her children and Alexis was really touched...one of Blake and Alexis`most tender scenes ever.