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  1. Zara

    Alert! The brilliance of the Rita storyline completely underrated by angry fans!

    Everyone were so causal about Krystle being impersonated by a woman who even had her voice! -At least, we now know the woman's name. Rita Lesley. -Poor Krystle. -Well, sh*t happens.
  2. Zara

    Alert! The brilliance of the Rita storyline completely underrated by angry fans!

    Poor Krystle. Since she met the Carringtons, she was raped, shot at and lost a baby, almost made into ashes, kidnapped and had to cry in an attic for weeks, and finally she lost it and played spin the plate in the dinning room. No wonder the woman needed alone time in the Swiss Alps. When she...
  3. Zara

    Nick Toscanni was supposed to come back for Krystle in season 7's cliffhanger

    To me it was obvious Nick had strong feelings for Krystle. Why else show him kissing Fallon but thinking and wishing it was Krystle instead? That wound't been necessary if only using her for getting back at Blake or was a shallow avenger. I think he found it more perfect when he fell in love...
  4. Zara

    Let's talk about Linda Evans' acting

    LE was as most beautiful and soulful in her acting in season 1 and 2. A perfect Krystle even though she hadn't nailed the part quite yet, but this "insecurity" was also what made it better a part from love scenes with Blake/men, too awkward. Krystle's innocence was captured like no one else...
  5. Zara

    Nick Toscanni was supposed to come back for Krystle in season 7's cliffhanger

    Since I am a huge Nick T. fan, I would have loved that idea. :) I always liked Krystle's and Nick's chemistry, and come on, everything that makes Blake eavesdrop is good drama. Nick more had the villain look Matthew lacked. And Nick coming back had made the show darker, which soaps need from...
  6. Zara

    How evil is Blake's mother?

    Blake's mother was as messy as the whole Carrington clan. First Blake came from one of Denver's oldest and most respectable families, then Blake hit oil and became rich like in "new money" with the accompanied lack of understandings of "the laws" in that world, which was one of the reasons Cecil...
  7. Zara

    Continuity Errors

    Isn't the kitchen like "behind" the dining room? I always imagine it being a rather cramped room at the back of the house and not having direct link to the dinning room, and you walk right out in the garden if you use the door Alexis came through when living at her studio.
  8. Zara

    Continuity Errors

    Not exactly errors: But when Blake is missing after the oil rig explosion, why does Krystle need Steven to buy her the air plane ticket? She begs for it like it can only be done through Steven. When in season 2 she buys her own ticket perfectly over the phone. And Blake even being on the rig...
  9. Zara

    Re-watching the DYNASTY-verse ... alphabetically!

    I think it's called Dynasty poetry from a brilliant fool. Think of it as upper class stories from Dynasty's own Rose Nylund.
  10. Zara

    Deidre Hall as Krystle?

    I guess I've always known Krystle was faithful to the end... Yeah, that and not planning/knowing the seasons to come/last season were symptomatic for Dynasty. I would give up TR to see B's&K's true ending; them leaving for their private paradise and letting the kids battle it out in infinity...
  11. Zara

    Continuity Errors

    Some time after: Alexis to Krystle: Didn't you hear me? You must still have mud in your ears. Lol.
  12. Zara

    Why did DYNASTY writing go bad?

    Family drama that felt coerced. The first seasons were more like you would expect. Alexis left the family side and then she and Blake interacted mostly in business. Maybe the natural progression if you don't intend to let them reminisce sex/love-wise. I'm not sure. Strange was, Blake was...
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    Why did DYNASTY writing go bad?

    The scene where Alexis is praying in church shows Alexis how well she knows herself. Can you imagining JR in a similar scene? Alexis had real depth and much of her behavior stemmed from the lessons life had involved her in and not from some compulsive need to do evil. Alexis could be vulnerable...
  14. Zara

    Why did DYNASTY writing go bad?

    @Jock's Ghost: Exactly. K never realized just how much she needed Alexis, not Blake. LOL. I would have loved more movies in the 90's. I thought about it the other day; Alexis didn't do enough bitchy deeds to be a real bitch. She was more a stirrer in the somewhat overfilled glas. Sometimes...
  15. Zara

    Why did DYNASTY writing go bad?

    Wrong.
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    Why did DYNASTY writing go bad?

    When Alexis came in, at first it was awesome tv. But then they decided to shift the focus from family to business. Among it Krystle lost big on this. The first three seasons have a closer feeling and Krystle is really integrated in her struggle and we follow this understanding. We learn a lot...
  17. Zara

    Catherine Oxenberg's daughter and the cult that brands and starves

    I googled CO, and I would never have recognized her in a movie. I had to see her name. She doesn't look like Amanda anymore..She looks grown up and different.
  18. Zara

    Al Corley reenacts Steven's last scene

    To be so particular. Ted never felt gay to me. Maybe closet gay. Steven felt more gay than Ted, and Steven fought it all the way.
  19. Zara

    Best comment about Dynasty ever?

    I saw this excellent comment on a Dynasty-video on YouTube (when Blake gives flowers to Krystle because he deflowered her). First I thought our Snarky had posted it. It bears Snarky's Dynasty insight and way with words, but then I realized it was far too positive about Dynasty/Blake/Krystle to...
  20. Zara

    Al Corley reenacts Steven's last scene

    Dynasty happened in a place far, far away. The best show TV will ever see. So the bosses of the network visited the making of the scenes to make sure there wasn't any touching? Priceless!
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