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Falcon Crest was an American primetime television soap opera which aired on the CBS network for nine seasons, from December 4, 1981 to May 17, 1990. A total of 227 episodes were produced.

The series centered around the feuding factions of the wealthy Channing/Gioberti family in the Californian wine industry. The series was set in the fictitious Tuscany Valley (modeled after the Napa Valley) just north of San Francisco.


The show was created by Earl Hamner, noted for his work on The Waltons which had just finished its last season in 1980-1981. Hamner wanted to create a family drama involving the wine industry, but CBS requested he make the show more sensational, along the lines of Dallas. They then scheduled Falcon Crest at 10PM, right after the top-rated Dallas. The Dallas-Falcon Crest one-two punch proved lucrative for CBS and Falcon Crest was a Top 20 show in the Nielsens for several years: ranking 13th in the 1981-1982 season, 8th in the 1982-1983 season, 7th in the 1983-1984 season, and 10th in the 1984-1985 season. Both shows (like The Waltons) were produced for CBS by the same company, Lorimar. Falcon Crest's heraldic theme was composed by Bill Conti, who also composed the themes to Dynasty, The Colbys and Cagney & Lacey.

The show revolved around Angela Channing (played by Academy Award-winning actress Jane Wyman), a corrupt, despotic matriarch who ruled with an iron fist over the Falcon Crest vineyards. Angela's honorable nephew Chase Gioberti (Robert Foxworth) was new to the area and had just inherited a portion of the Falcon Crest vineyards and winery from his father, Angela's brother Jason Gioberti (who died after a fall in the winery during the premiere episode). The rivalry between the established professional and the newcomer, who were tied together as blood relatives, set the tone for much of the series.

Angela's heir was her lazy playboy grandson, Lance Cumson (Lorenzo Lamas), who loved money and yearned for power but lacked Angela's discipline and determination, which was proven after she persuaded him to work in the vineyards. Her ever-tightening grip on him, eventually sent him to work for his grandfather's newspaper, The San Francisco Globe. Eventually realizing that she would not gain control over Chase's land any time soon, Angela hoped to enlarge her empire by forcing Lance into an arranged marriage with winery heiress Melissa Agretti (Ana Alicia), who was herself a selfish schemer and would cause trouble for many residents of Tuscany Valley. Other major characters introduced in the first season were Angela's daughters, Julia (Abby Dalton), who was chief winemaker and Lance's mother, and the emotionally troubled Emma (Margaret Ladd), who became friends with both Maggie and Victoria. Chase's family included Chase's sympathetic wife Maggie (Susan Sullivan), who would eventually work as a freelance writer. Chase and Maggie's grown-up son Cole (William R. Moses) fell in love with Melissa, who later rejected him due to Lance's determination to have her for himself, and daughter Vickie (Jamie Rose, later replaced by Dana Sparks) was an open-minded college girl. But none could truly rival Angela until the conniving Richard Channing (David Selby) arrived in the show's second season. Originally a powerful newspaper editor, Richard later got into the wine business and made several attempts to wrest control of Falcon Crest from both Angela and Chase. Richard was the love child of Angela's late husband, Douglas, after his affair with Chase's mother, Jacqueline, and Angela therefore despised him.


Despite its reputation as merely being "Dallas with grapes", Falcon Crest soon found its own niche amongst the prime-time dramas of the 1980s, occupying the middle ground between the two extremes of the genre — being more glamorous than Dallas yet not quite as outrageous as Dynasty. The distinctive location filming in the Napa Valley and the dry, wryly humorous tone of the scripts gave the series a personality of its own. And to this day, the series is still sought after in reruns and on DVD by thousands of fans.

The rivalry among Angela, Chase and Richard stayed at the core of the show for years, as more romantic entanglements spun around them. Lance and Cole found themselves not only caught up in their family battles, but also competing for Melissa's affections.

Like Dallas and Dynasty, Falcon Crest employed the use of memorable end of season cliffhangers to boost ratings. The 1982-1983 season climaxed with the culmination of a murder mystery whodunit plot (surrounding the death of Melissa's father, Carlo Agretti) that had spanned most of the season. The killer — Angela's daughter Julia Cumson — was confronted in front of the entire cast, only to produce a handgun. Shots were fired (and heard from outside as the camera panned away from the mansion), and that faded into the final scene of a coffin being lowered into the ground, leaving the audience to wonder who had been killed off. Other cliffhangers included a plane crash carrying most of the major characters which ended the third season, (and killed three main cast members); a bomb explosion which ended the fourth season leaving Richard and Maggie in peril, and an earthquake that ripped through the valley that ended the fifth season. The earthquake killed two major cast members. The cliffhanger of the sixth season put Melissa, Richard, Chase, Dan Fixx and Maggie's baby, Kevin, in danger. At the beginning of the seventh year it was revealed that Chase had presumably drowned in the San Francisco Bay after rescuing Maggie and Chase's baby, Kevin, though the body was never found. At the end of the seventh season, Richard had joined and ultimately turned against The Thirteen, a murderous group of wealthy businessmen who planned to ruin the United States economy. Eric Stavros was brainwashed and sent to murder Richard. Melissa was finally able to succeed in winning her battle against Angela with serious repercussions for both characters at the end of season seven and the start of season eight. In the last few moments of the season finale, Angela was seen lighting candles in a church. Then as the back of a man's head comes into view, she asks, "When are you going to tell Maggie you're alive?" It was revealed in the opening episode of Season eight the head belonged to Richard Channing. By the beginning of the ninth (and final) season, Lance, Angela and Emma were the only three members of the original season one cast, an attempt on Angela's life left her in a coma for most of the year, and the season revolved around a battle between Richard and newcomer Michael Sharpe for control of Falcon Crest. Angela returned towards the end of the season and the last scene of the series shows her toasting the land, "A toast to you Falcon Crest, and long may you live."

The series also frequently cast former Hollywood royalty in guest roles; Lana Turner, Gina Lollobrigida, Cesar Romero, Robert Stack, Cliff Robertson and Celeste Holm all appeared in Falcon Crest. Kim Novak joined the cast in 1986 and enjoyed a season-spanning story arc that was similar to her role in the classic film Vertigo. This aspect to the series seemed to be consciously embraced by the producers, who at one stage instituted a rotating guest star policy, in which her character would be revealed to be running from a murderous mob boss played by Robert Stack, who was responsible for killing Peter Stavros' real stepdaughter; Leslie Caron, Lauren Hutton, Eddie Albert, Eve Arden, Roscoe Lee Browne and Ursula Andress all made appearances during the 1987-1988 season.

Some intriguing plot developments occurred later in the series, such as the long love affair between Richard and Maggie, and the shock revelation that Angela and Richard, bitter enemies for many years, were in fact mother and son. However, with the departures of many of the core cast, the series began to lose its former sparkle. Coupled with the shifting tastes of the public in the mid 1980s, ratings began to drop (as had ratings for all of the primetime soaps of that era).

The last straw for many viewers came when Angela, who had been the pivotal character since day one, lay unconscious in a coma for most of the 1989-1990 season. This was not due to any contract negotiations as is widely believed, but due to actress Jane Wyman's ongoing health problems with diabetes. The series attempted to revitalise itself, much in the way that rival soap Knots Landing had successfully done, initially including a new version of Bill Conti's opening theme reimagined by composer Patrick O'Hearn) as the season followed the powerplays resulting from Angela's absence. A number of new characters were introduced, but failed to strike a chord with the audience. And everyone at one point or another in the ninth year took control of Falcon Crest-- eventually, even a spoiled teenager, the son of Michael Sharpe. CBS executives made the decision to end Falcon Crest at the climax of the ninth season, and Jane Wyman defied doctors' orders to return to the show for the last three episodes.

After many traumatic events over the course of nine seasons of the wine country soap (plane crashes, explosions, murders, drownings), Falcon Crest ended happily with a wedding taking place on the grounds of the mansion. Taking a walk outside, Angela delivered a speech — written by Jane Wyman herself — that brought the series to a conclusion, mentioning past characters and events but looking forward to the future. Raising a glass of champagne, Angela ended the series with "a toast to you, Falcon Crest, and long may you live."


Main Characters

Angela Channing played by Jane Wyman
      Angela Gioberti Channing Ericson Stavros Agretti is the tough, tyrannical self-styled queen of the Tuscany Valley and head of Falcon Crest Wines. Angela ruthlessly combats her enemies, determined to preserve what she sees as her birthright. Four times married, she is the mother of Julia and Emma Channing. It is eventually revealed that her nemesis Richard Channing is also her son, thought stillborn.

Chase Gioberti played by Robert Foxworth
      Former airline pilot and Vietnam veteran, Chase moves back to Tuscany Valley from New York, having inherited half of Falcon Crest from his father Jason after his death. Chase determines to make a go of running the winery, which brings him into conflict with his aunt Angela. (Seasons 1-6)

Maggie Gioberti Channing played by Susan Sullivan
      Chase's wife (and later Richard's), Maggie is a freelance writer who agrees with her husband's wish to build a new life for the family in the Tuscany Valley. A warm-hearted but resilient woman, Maggie becomes the sympathetic heroine of the series. (Seasons 1-9)

Richard Channing played by David Selby
      Shady businessman and the son of Angela's husband Douglas, Richard arrives in Tuscany Valley having inherited his father's shares in the newspaper, the San Francisco Globe and proves to be a formidable adversary of both Angela and Chase. Later, Richard is revealed to be Angela's son (thought dead at birth), and marries a widowed Maggie Gioberti. (Seasons 2-9)

Lance Cumson played by Lorenzo Lamas
      Angela's playboy grandson by Julia, whom she often uses as a henchman in her schemes. A fervent ladies' man, Lance is as amoral as he is handsome. Angela persuades him to marry Melissa Agretti so that she can merge the Agretti lands with her own, which Lance would eventually inherit. After divorcing Melissa, Lance then marries Richard's stepdaughter Lorraine, who later dies. After relationships with singer Apollonia and a second relationship with Melissa, Lance eventually marries Pilar Ortega, the vineyard foreman's daughter.

Melissa Agretti Cumson Gioberti played by Ana Alicia
      Feisty young heiress of her father's vineyard, Angela plots to have Melissa marry Lance as a scheme to bring the Agretti vineyards under her control, only to find that Melissa herself is as unscrupulous and scheming as she is. Melissa is the mother of Joseph Gioberti, following an affair with Cole. (Seasons 1-8)

Cole Gioberti played by William R. Moses
      Chase and Maggie's son, who supports his father in his new venture running the vineyards. He falls in love with Melissa Agretti, and is the father of her child, Joseph. Cole and Melissa later marry after Melissa's divorce from Lance, though their marriage is equally as brief. (Seasons 1-7)

Emma Channing played by Margaret Ladd
      Angela's emotionally fragile younger daughter, who eventually learns to resist Angela's constant attempts to control her. Much unlucky in love, her relationships with men always end in heartache or tragedy. (Seasons 1-9)

Chao-Li played by Chao-Li Chi
      Angela's faithful Chinese major domo and chauffeur.

Vickie Gioberti Hogan Stavros played by Jamie Rose (Seasons 1-3), Dana Sparks (Seasons 6-8)
      Chase and Maggie's daughter.

Julia Cumson played by Abby Dalton
      Angela's eldest daughter and the mother of Lance, Julia initially works as a wine-maker at Falcon Crest. (Seasons 1-6)

Philip Erickson played by Mel Ferrer
      Angela's crooked lawyer, and eventually second husband. (Seasons 1-3)

Terry Hartford McCarthy Ranson Channing played by Laura Johnson
      Maggie Gioberti's younger sister. Beautiful but devious, she is a former call girl who creates scandal in Tuscany Valley with her attempts to move up the society ladder. After inheriting her husband Michael's wealth following his death in a plane crash, she marries Richard Channing. (Seasons 3-5)

Pamela Lynch played by Sarah Douglas (Seasons 3-4), Martine Beswick (Season 5)
      Personal assistant to Richard Channing

Greg Reardon played by Simon MacCorkindale
      Smooth British lawyer who works for Angela. (Seasons 4-5)

Gustav Riebmann played by Paul Freeman
      Head of a sinister neo-Nazi cartel who raises hell in Tuscany Valley (Season 4)

Father Christopher Rossini played by Ken Olin
      Priest and illegitimate son of Julia Cumson (Season 5)

Peter Stavros played by Cesar Romero
      Billionaire Greek industrialist who becomes romantically involved with Angela (Seasons 5-8)

Eric Stavros played by John Callahan
      Peter Stavros' son, who marries Vickie Gioberti (Seasons 5-7)

Dan Fixx played by Brett Cullen
      Long-lost relative of the Channings (Seasons 6-7)

Frank Agretti played by Rod Taylor
      Melissa's uncle, and love interest for Angela. (Seasons 7-9)

Nick Agretti played by David Beecroft
      Melissa's cousin and Frank's son (Season 8)

Pilar Ortega/Cumson played by Kristian Alfonso
      Former teenage sweetheart of Lance Cumson and eventually his wife. Her Hispanic family works at the vineyards. (Seasons 8-9)

Lauren Sharpe Daniels played by Wendy Phillips
      Maggies 2nd cousin and Love interest for Richard Channing. (Season 9)

Michael Sharpe played by Gregory Harrison
      Maggies 2nd cousin,brother of Lauren and a Ruthless businessman who becomes an opponent of Richard Channing (Season 9)

Genele Ericson played by Andrea Thompson
      Frank Agretti's murderous sister-in-law (Season 9)

Other recurring cast

Gus Nunouz played by Nick Ramus
      Foreman at vineyard and a friend to Chase (Season 1)

Douglas Channing played by Stephen Elliott
      Angela's ex-husband and father of Richard, Julia and Emma (Season 1)

Tony Cumson played by John Saxon (Seasons 1, 6-7), Robert Loggia (Season 2)
      Julia's ex-husband and Lance's father

Father Bob played by Bob Curtis
      Catholic priest and Angela's friend, involved with several major characters throughout the series

Carlo Agretti played by Carlos Romero
      Melissa's wealthy father, and owner of the Agretti vineyards (Seasons 1-2)

Mario Nunouz played by Mario Marcelino
      Gus Nunouz's son, romantically involved with Vickie Gioberti (Seasons 1-2)

Alicia Nunouz played by Silvana Gallardo
      Wife of Gus Nunouz, and mother of Mario (Seasons 1-2)

Nick Hogan played by Roy Thinnes
      Vickie Gioberti's first husband. (Season 2-3)

Diana Hunter played by Shannon Tweed
      Personal assistant to Richard Channing who is secretly involved in the mysterious Cartel organisation (Season 2)

Darryl Clayton played by Bradford Dillman
      Film producer who works with Maggie Gioberti on a script as part of a plot by Angela (Season 2)

Katherine Demery played by Joanna Cassidy
      Woman who becomes romantically involved with Cole Gioberti (Season 2)

Sheila Hogan played by Katherine Justice
      Ex-wife of Nick Hogan (Seasons 2-3)

Linda Caproni Gioberti played by Mary Kate McGeehan
      Cole Gioberti's first wife (Seasons 2-4)

Vince Caproni played by Harry Basch
      Linda's father (Seasons 2-4)

Joel McCarthy played by Parker Stevenson
      Terry Hartford's unsavoury ex-husband (Season 4)

Lorraine Prescott played by Kate Vernon
      Stepdaughter of Richard Channing and love interest for Lance (Season 4)

Charlotte Pershing played by Jane Greer
      Maggie's biological mother who gave her up for adoption at birth (Season 4)

Connie Giannini played by Carla Borelli
      Woman with whom Chase Gioberti has a brief affair (Seasons 4-5)

Damon Ross played by Jonathan Frakes
      Brother of Cassandra Wilder, and son of Anna Rossini (Seasons 4-5)

Robin Agretti played by Barbara Howard
      Melissa's cousin, who becomes pregnant with Cole's child Hope Margaret as part of a surrogate pregnancy arrangement (Seasons 4-5)

Apollonia played by Apollonia Kotero
      Budding pop star and love interest for Lance (Season 5)

Dwayne Cooley played by Daniel Greene
      Dashing truck driver who falls for Emma Channing (Season 5)

Jeff Wainwright played by Edward Albert.
      Press agent for a book written by Maggie Gioberti, whose interest in Maggie takes on a disturbing edge (Seasons 5-6)

Li-Ying Chi played by Rosalind Chao
      Chao-Li's daughter (Season 5)

Erin Jones played by Jill Jacobson
      Mysterious woman who works for Richard Channing (Seasons 5-6)

Meredith Braxton played by Jane Badler
      Erin Jones' sister, and later assistant to Richard Channing (Season 6)

Guy Stafford played by Jeff Kober
      Hired killer involved with Kit Marlowe (Season 6)

Francine Hope played by Melba Moore
      Woman who tries to help Maggie Gioberti trace her baby (Season 6)

Gabrielle Short played by Cindy Morgan
      Love interest for Chase (Seasons 6-7)

Dina Wells played by Robin Greer
      Love interest for Lance (Seasons 6-7)

Garth played by Carl Held
      Personal assistant to Richard (Seasons 6-8)

John Remick played by Ed Marinaro
      Vietnam veteran and an old friend of Chase's (Season 7)

Carly Fixx played by Mariska Hargitay
      Dan Fixx's sister (Seasons 7-8)

Ben Agretti played by Brandon Douglas
      Son of Nick Agretti and Anna Cellini (Season 8)

Cesar Ortega played by Castulo Guerra
      Pilar Ortega's father who works on the vineyards (Season 8)

Tommy Ortega played by Dan Ferro
      Pilar Ortega's brother (Season 8)

Gabriel Ortega played by Danny Nucci
      Pilar Ortega's younger brother (Season 8)

Anna Cellini played by Assumpta Serna
      Love interest of Nick Agretti (Season 8)

Charley St. James played by Mark Lindsay Chapman
      Sleazy villain who manipulates his way into Emma's affections and tries to kill Angela to gain control of Falcon Crest (Season 9)

Ian St. James played by David Hunt
      Charley St. James' equally villainous brother (Season 9)

Sydney St. James played by Carla Gugino
      Young wife of Ian St. James (Season 9)

Danny Sharpe played by David Sheinkopf
      Headstrong young man who believes that Michael Sharpe is his father (Season 9)

Mercedes Vargas played by Martha Velez
      Aunt to Pilar Ortega/Cumson who is secretly raising Pilar's daughter (Season 8)

Walker Daniels played by Robert Ginty
      Lauren Daniels' husband (Season 9)

Special guest stars

Jacqueline Perrault played by Lana Turner
      Chase's flamboyant mother and an enemy of Angela (Seasons 1-2)

Dr. Michael Ranson played by Cliff Robertson
      Chase's cousin who works as a surgeon at the region's hospital. He later marries Terry Hartford (Season 3)

Francesca Gioberti played by Gina Lollobrigida
      Angela's Italian half-sister who visits Tuscany Valley with a claim to a share of Falcon Crest (Season 4)

Cassandra Wilder played by Anne Archer
      Cool businesswoman who makes her presence felt at Falcon Crest. Daughter of Anna Rossini, and mother of Michael Channing (Seasons 4-5)

Anna Rossini played by Celeste Holm
      A widow with a score to settle with Angela (Seasons 4-5)

Jordan Roberts played by Morgan Fairchild
      A glamorous attorney who works for Richard Channing (Season 5)

Kit Marlowe played by Kim Novak
      A shady lady who causes mayhem when she arrives in Tuscany Valley, posing as Peter Stavros' stepdaughter, Skylar Kimball. (Season 6)

Roland Saunders played by Robert Stack
      Mafioso-type criminal who briefly romances Angela and is out to kill Kit Marlowe (Season 6)

Vince Karlotti played by Marjoe Gortner
      Psychic medium who has Emma Channing under his spell (Season 6)

Nicole Sauget played by Leslie Caron
      Wealthy woman and old friend of Chase's (Season 7)

Liz McDowell played by Lauren Hutton
      Businesswoman who has dealings with Richard Channing (Season 7)

Carlton Travis played by Eddie Albert
      Villain whose business with Richard Channing turns deadly (Season 7)

Madame Malec played by Ursula Andress
      Exotic woman whom Richard Channing deals with in his efforts to rescue Vickie Gioberti Stavros from a white slave ring (Season 7)

Lillian Nash played by Eve Arden
      (Season 7)

Samantha Ross played by Ana Alicia
      Doppelganger for Melissa Agretti who becomes involved in the schemes of both Angela and Richard (Season 8)

Anne Bowen played by Susan Blakely
      Danny Sharpe's mother, and an old flame of both Richard Channing and Michael Sharpe (Season 9)

List of Episodes

Season One (1981-1982)

  1. In His Father's House (December 4, 1981)
  2. A Time for Saboteurs (December 11, 1981)
  3. The Tangled Vines (December 18, 1981)
  4. The Harvest (December 25, 1981)
  5. Tony Comes Home (January 1, 1982)
  6. Kindred Spirits (January 8, 1982)
  7. The Extortionist (January 15, 1982)
  8. Lord of the Manor (January 22, 1982)
  9. Dark Journey (January 29, 1982)
  10. Victims (February 5, 1982)
  11. For Love or Money (February 12, 1982)
  12. Family Reunion (February 19, 1982)
  13. The Candidate (February 26, 1982)
  14. House of Cards (March 12, 1982)
  15. Heir Apparent (March 19, 1982)
  16. The Good, The Bad and the Profane (April 2, 1982)
  17. Penultimate Questions (April 9, 1982)
  18. Ultimate Answers (April 16, 1982)

Season Two (1982-1983)

  1. The Challenge (October 1, 1982)
  2. The Arrival (October 8, 1982)
  3. Trouble Waters (October 15, 1982)
  4. Murder One (October 22, 1982)
  5. The Expose (November 5, 1982)
  6. Home Away from Home (November 12, 1982)
  7. The Namesake (November 19, 1982)
  8. Choices (November 26, 1982)
  9. The Vigil (December 3, 1982)
  10. Confrontations (December 10, 1982)
  11. United We Stand... (December 17, 1982)
  12. ...Divided We Fall (December 31, 1982)
  13. Pas De Deux (January 7, 1983)
  14. Above Suspicion (January 14, 1983)
  15. Broken Promises (January 21, 1983)
  16. Deliberate Disclosure (January 28, 1983)
  17. Love, Honor and Obey (February 4, 1983)
  18. Separate Hearts (February 11, 1983)
  19. The Odyssey (February 18, 1983)
  20. Ultimatums (February 25, 1983)
  21. Maelstrom (March 4, 1983)
  22. Climax (March 11, 1983)

Season Three (1983-1984)

  1. Cimmerean Dawn (September 30, 1983)
  2. Penumbra (October 7, 1983)
  3. Conspiracy (October 14, 1983)
  4. Partners (October 21, 1983)
  5. Judge and Jury (October 28, 1983)
  6. The Wages of Sin (November 4, 1983)
  7. Last Laugh (November 11, 1983)
  8. Solitary Confinement (November 18, 1983)
  9. Chameleon Charades (November 25, 1983)
  10. The Double Dealing (December 2, 1983)
  11. The Betrayal (December 9, 1983)
  12. Coup d' Etat (December 16, 1983)
  13. No Trespassing (December 23, 1983)
  14. Sport of Kings (January 6, 1984)
  15. Queen's Gambit (January 13, 1984)
  16. Bitter Harvest (January 20, 1984)
  17. Power Play (February 3, 1984)
  18. The Changing Times (February 10, 1984)
  19. The Aftermath (February 17, 1984)
  20. Tests of Faith (February 24, 1984)
  21. Little Boy Blue (March 9, 1984)
  22. The Gathering Storm (March 16, 1984)
  23. The Final Countdown (March 23, 1984)
  24. Love's Triumph (April 6, 1984)
  25. Win, Place and Show (April 13, 1984)
  26. For Better, for Worse (May 4, 1984)
  27. The Avenger (May 11, 1984)
  28. Ashes to Ashes (May 18, 1984)

Season Four (1984-1985)

  1. Requiem (September 28, 1984)
  2. Father's Day (October 5, 1984)
  3. Strangers (October 12, 1984)
  4. The Outcasts (October 19, 1984)
  5. Shadows (October 26, 1984)
  6. Lord of the Valley (November 2, 1984)
  7. The Intruder (November 9, 1984)
  8. Pain and Pleasure (November 16, 1984)
  9. The Trump Card (November 23, 1984)
  10. Tarentella (November 30, 1984)
  11. Going Once, Going Twice (December 7, 1984)
  12. The Triumvirate (December 14, 1984)
  13. Winner Take All (December 21, 1984)
  14. Suitable for Framing (December 28, 1984)
  15. Vicious Circle (January 4, 1985)
  16. Insult and Injury (January 11, 1985)
  17. Acid Tests (January 25, 1985)
  18. The Showdown (February 1, 1985)
  19. Retribution (February 8, 1985)
  20. Forsaking All Others (February 15, 1985)
  21. Recriminations (February 22, 1985)
  22. House Divided (March 8, 1985)
  23. The Trial (March 15, 1985)
  24. Justice for All (March 29, 1985)
  25. Devil's Harvest (April 12, 1985)
  26. The Decline (April 19, 1985)
  27. And the Fall (May 3, 1985)
  28. Cold Comfort (May 10, 1985)
  29. Confessions (May 17, 1985)
  30. The Avenging Angel (May 24, 1985)

Season Five (1985-1986)

  1. The Phoenix (October 4, 1985)
  2. Unfinished Business (October 11, 1985)
  3. Blood Brothers (October 18, 1985)
  4. Echoes (October 25, 1985)
  5. Ingress and Egress (November 1, 1985)
  6. Sharps and Flats (November 8, 1985)
  7. Changing Partners (November 15, 1985)
  8. Storm Warning (November 22, 1985)
  9. The Naked Truth (November 29, 1985)
  10. Inconceivable Affairs (December 6, 1985)
  11. Strange Bedfellows (December 13, 1985)
  12. False Hope (December 20, 1985)
  13. Fair Game (January 3, 1986)
  14. Conundrum (January 10, 1986)
  15. Checkmate (January 17, 1986)
  16. Collision Course (January 24, 1986)
  17. Shattered Dreams (January 31, 1986)
  18. Gambit Exposed (February 7, 1986)
  19. Finders and Losers (February 14, 1986)
  20. Flesh and Blood (February 21, 1986)
  21. Law and Ardor (February 28, 1986)
  22. Hidden Meanings (March 7, 1986)
  23. In Absentia (March 14, 1986)
  24. Unholy Alliance (April 4, 1986)
  25. Dangerous Ground (April 11, 1986)
  26. Cease and Desist (May 2, 1986)
  27. Consumed (May 9, 1986)
  28. Captive Hearts (May 16, 1986)
  29. Cataclysm (May 23, 1986)

Season Six (1986-1987)

  1. Aftershocks (October 3, 1986)
  2. Living Nightmare (October 10, 1986)
  3. The Stranger Within (October 17, 1986)
  4. Fatal Attraction (October 24, 1986)
  5. Perilous Charm (October 31, 1986)
  6. Flashpoint (November 7, 1986)
  7. Double Jeopardy (November 14, 1986)
  8. Nepotism (November 21, 1986)
  9. Slow Seduction (November 28, 1986)
  10. Maggie (December 5, 1986)
  11. Hot Spots (December 12, 1986)
  12. False Point (December 19, 1986)
  13. Missed Connections (January 2, 1987)
  14. Dark Passion (January 9, 1987)
  15. When the Bough Breaks (January 16, 1987)
  16. The Cradle Will Fall (January 30, 1987)
  17. Topspin (February 6, 1987)
  18. A Piece of Work (February 13, 1987)
  19. Dance of Deception (February 20, 1987)
  20. Hat Trick (February 27, 1987)
  21. Battle Lines (March 6, 1987)
  22. Nowhere to Run (March 13, 1987)
  23. Cold Hands (March 27, 1987)
  24. Body and Soul (April 10, 1987)
  25. Loose Cannons (April 17, 1987)
  26. The Great Karlotti (May 1, 1987)
  27. Chain Reaction (May 8, 1987)
  28. Desperation (May 15, 1987)

Season Seven (1987-1988)

  1. Opening Moves (October 2, 1987)
  2. Obsession, Possession (October 9, 1987)
  3. Redemption (October 16, 1987)
  4. The Big Bang (October 23, 1987)
  5. Dead End (October 30, 1987)
  6. New Faces (November 6, 1987)
  7. Sweet Revenge (November 13, 1987)
  8. Man Hunt (November 20, 1987)
  9. Hunter's Moon (November 27, 1987)
  10. Lovers and Friends (December 4, 1987)
  11. Across the Bridge (December 11, 1987)
  12. Twist and Shout (December 18, 1987)
  13. Rescue Me (January 8, 1988)
  14. Hornet's Nest (January 15, 1988)
  15. The Uncertainty Principle (January 29, 1988)
  16. A Madness Most Discreet (February 5, 1988)
  17. Stormy Weather (February 12, 1988)
  18. Legacies (February 26, 1988)
  19. Wheels Within Wheels (March 4, 1988)
  20. Channing vs. Channing (March 11, 1988)
  21. False Faces (March 18, 1988)
  22. Dirty Tricks (March 25, 1988)
  23. Flying Blind (April 1, 1988)
  24. Key to Angela (April 8, 1988)
  25. King's Gambit (April 15, 1988)
  26. Telling Tales (April 22, 1988)
  27. As Tears Go By (April 29, 1988)
  28. Last Dance (May 6, 1988)

Season Eight (1988-1989)

  1. Changing Times (October 28, 1988)
  2. Farewell, My Lovelies (November 4, 1988)
  3. Dust to Dust (November 11, 1988)
  4. Jeopardy (November 18, 1988)
  5. Tuscany Venus (December 2, 1988)
  6. Liars Anonymous (December 9, 1988)
  7. Life with Father (December 16, 1988)
  8. Solomon's Choice (January 6, 1989)
  9. Suspicion (January 13, 1989)
  10. There Goes the Bride (January 20, 1989)
  11. True Confessions (February 3, 1989)
  12. And Baby Makes Three (February 10, 1989)
  13. Dinner at Eight (February 24, 1989)
  14. Uneasy Allies (March 3, 1989)
  15. The Vigil (March 10, 1989)
  16. Missing Links (March 17, 1989)
  17. Resurrection (March 31, 1989)
  18. Enquiring Minds (April 7, 1989)
  19. Grand Delusions (April 14, 1989)
  20. Ties That Bind (May 5, 1989)
  21. The Last Laugh (May 12, 1989)
  22. Decline and Fall (May 19, 1989)

Season Nine (1989-1990)

  1. The Price of Freedom (September 29, 1989)
  2. Charley (October 6, 1989)
  3. Flesh and Blood (October 13, 1989)
  4. Payback (October 27, 1989)
  5. Soul Sacrifice (November 3, 1989)
  6. God of the Grape (November 10, 1989)
  7. Doctor Dollars (November 24, 1989)
  8. Luck Wave (December 1, 1989)
  9. Merry Christmas, Charley (December 15, 1989)
  10. Danny (December 22, 1989)
  11. Time Bomb (January 5, 1990)
  12. Madness Descending (January 12, 1990)
  13. Four Women (January 26, 1990)
  14. Brotherly Love (February 2, 1990)
  15. Finding Lauren (February 16, 1990)
  16. Walking Money (February 23, 1990)
  17. Vigil (March 9, 1990)
  18. Dark Streets (March 16, 1990)
  19. Crimes of the Past (April 27, 1990)
  20. The Return (May 4, 1990)
  21. Danny's Song (May 11, 1990)
  22. Home Again (May 18, 1990)

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