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That book was my opportunity to tell my story. The story about a young girl who always dreamed of growing up to be powerful and respected, just like her father. But as it turns out, I have always lacked the requisite hardware because nobody cares what a woman has to say as long as there's a man willing to give his two cents. {...} Every day I spent with you C.A helping you build that company, and all of a sudden, Adam shows up, and the prodigal son returns.
— Fallon to her father about Adam's return

Fallon Morell Carrington is the central main female protagonist and lead heroine in the television series Dynasty on The CW. She is portrayed by Elizabeth Gillies.

Fallon is a charismatic, manipulative, and fiery heiress, intelligent and business savvy as her billionaire father Blake Carrington. She knows what she wants and gets it, and she has her plans set on making a name for herself outside of her father. What first started as coming to see her father in hopes of a C.O.O. promotion at Carrington Atlantic, is soon thwarted by the news that her father will be marrying Celia Machado, and has been given the promotion instead, creating an unforgettable rivalry.

After Blake refuses to give Fallon a job of importance in his company, she teams up with Jeff Colby, her father's mortal enemy, and he offers her financial backing to be chief executive officer of Carrington Windbriar, her own company that she's starting which will also be Blake's new competition. This sets off Fallon's entry into the world as a businesswoman.[2]

Over four seasons, she launches several companies, including Morell Green Energy Corporation, Femperial Publishing, and Fallon Unlimited, all of which fail, excluding the latter. She also marries, divorces, dates, gets engaged and marries once more to Liam Ridley. She also names herself as the head of the Carrington Dynasties.


Fallon can be described as sharply intelligent, competent, charismatic, and savvy. She knows what she wants and isn't afraid to go after it, even if it means manipulating the situation to better benefit her needs. She is charismatic, outgoing, and the center of all parties. She can appear cold-hearted which is fueled by her sarcastic quips. At first, her intentions were set on becoming the C.O.O. of Carrington Atlantic, until she felt betrayed by her father and decided to switch allegiances.

Fallon wants to establish herself in the corporate world outside of her father's legacy and on her terms. Despite her hard and unflinching exterior, Fallon had a good heart and tends to choose to do the right thing over hurting someone else. For example, when Culhane's family believed that he was an executive at the company and not a limo driver, she covered for him by calling him a good vice-president.

On the flip-side, Fallon tends to talk down to the staff at The Carrington Manor and brushes off most problems as beneath her. She can be territorial and fiercely protective of her family and, subsequently, their companies. While she is riddled with trust issues, when Fallon does let someone in, she loves them unconditionally and would do just about anything for them.

Throughout Dynasty

Season 1

Heiress Fallon Carrington is unhappy to find her billionaire father Blake engaged to Cristal Flores. Fallon's plan to drive a wedge between them backfires, pushing up the wedding and securing Cristal the promotion to chief operating officer Fallon wanted for herself. Feeling underappreciated by Blake, Fallon sets herself up as his business rival, backed by Blake's nemesis, Jeff Colby. She is also sexually involved with the Carrington chauffeur, Michael Culhane.[3]

Blake blocks Fallon's use of the Carrington name for her new business venture, so she looks for leverage over him.[4] She leaks a sex video of Cristal and her former lover Matthew Blaisdel to the press.[5] After her overconfidence costs her a lucrative contract, Fallon realizes she has to accept Jeff's input as well as his money. Blake learns that Fallon leaked Cristal's video and kicks her out of the mansion.[6] Fallon is jealous that Michael is dating Kori Rucks, but their relationship withstands Fallon's meddling.[7] Exiled from the Carrington Thanksgiving celebration by Blake, Fallon appears at Michael's church congregation dinner and meets his parents.[8] Michael's relationship with Kori implodes over his lingering feelings for Fallon, who rebounds with Jeff.[9] Fallon has a falling out with her best friend, Jeff's sister Monica Colby.[10]

Fallon overcomes her reluctance to fully commit herself and her money to Jeff, but he is only marrying Fallon to secure her assets—especially her shares in Carrington Atlantic—for himself. Fallon helps Blake and Cristal turn the tables on Cristal's criminal brother-in-law Alejandro Raya[11], but is in turn abducted by Cristal's sister, Iris. Alejandro and Iris hold Fallon for ransom, and a captive Cristal helps Fallon escape.[12]

Monica manipulates Fallon into accepting Jeff's marriage proposal, but Fallon discovers Jeff's duplicity and enlists Michael to help her against the Colbys.[13] Their attempt to erase the data Jeff has stolen from the Carrington server fails, and Jeff's father CecilColby reveals to Fallon the crimes that Blake has committed against the Colbys.[14] The Carringtons proceed with preparations for Fallon's wedding to Jeff as a distraction from their second attempt to erase Jeff's server. Jeff presents Fallon with full ownership of their company Morell Co and a plan for them to exchange 25% of Carrington Atlantic and Colby. On the eve of the wedding, Fallon asks Michael to marry her at the city hall, but he refuses, not wanting something so important to be part of a Carrington plot. With Fallon and Jeff at the altar and the server still not breached, Blake tries to stop the ceremony, but Fallon shuts him down. Afterward, she reveals to the stunned Colbys and her family that the marriage is invalid because she married someone else, Liam Ridley, the night before. Jeff's claim to 25% of Carrington Atlantic is therefore null and void, but Fallon now owns 25% of Colby.[15]

Jeff and Fallon's feud goes public.[16] Blake apologizes to Fallon and Steven for manipulating them, and his long-absent ex-wife Alexis—Fallon and Steven's mother—reappears. Fallon makes overtures to connect with her mother, and Alexis tells Fallon that Blake bribed a judge to seize custody and exile her.[17] Fallon soon discovers, however, that Alexis has not been living a life of luxury abroad, but is housed in a trailer nearby, and has stayed in touch with Steven. A furious Fallon confronts Alexis, and their catfight takes them into the pool. Steven refuses to believe Fallon's claim that Alexis is trying to sabotage Steven's engagement until Fallon manipulates Alexis into confessing.[18]

Fallon agrees to a date with Liam, but cuts him loose when Alexis reveals that Liam is a journalist named Jack Lowden writing a tell-all.[19] Fallon and Cristal work together to secure leverage over Blake.[20] Intending to publicly force her father to take responsibility for an environmental scandal he covered up, Fallon is dumbstruck when Blake announces her promotion to COO in Cristal's place. Blake thwarts Fallon's plans for Carrington Atlantic. She visits Claudia looking for incriminating information on Blake, which she uses in a secret meeting with the Carrington Atlantic board.[21] Fallon is named Carrington Atlantic's CEO, while Jeff and Monica reveal their Carrington heritage as the children of Blake's half-sister, and declare their intention to force a sale of the company. The Carringtons are trapped in the burning stable house during Steven and Sam's wedding, but Michael rescues Blake, Fallon, and Sam.[22][23]

Season 2

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Fallon is seen in the season 2 trailer in her car with the news and with Culhane in the shower. In the first episode she was seen with Steven in the House where Cristal's ashes were Than Alexis came and Fallon attempted to walk away from her but when Sam came they've Got into a fight where Fallon was fighting with Alexis until Blake came in the House where he slammed the door after Alexis broke Cristal's ashes and Fallon looked sarcastically mad at her.

Season 3

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Season 4

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Fallon prepares for her impending nuptials to her fiancé Liam Ridley. Fallon throws herself into the superstitious beliefs of marriage as she desperately wants their marriage to work. She seeks to find something old, new, borrowed, and blue to complete their pre-marriage rituals. She purchases a new car, makes handkerchiefs out of Liam's father's blue designs, and is gifted an old cloak from her father that was her Grandparents. She searches for something borrowed as it has to be from a successful marriage. She refuses Alexis's diamond horse from her wedding to Jeff, though she reluctantly accepts a boutonnière from Blake's prison wedding to Cristal. She is unaware of Dominique's plans to steal the clock for herself.

That evening, they host a wedding shower at La Mirage, where Laura Van Kirk makes an uninvited appearance. Liam turns his mother away, though Laura makes an emotional plea to Fallon claiming she's changed and doesn't want to miss her sons wedding. Fallon urges Liam to hear out his mother, even though it pains her to do so because of Laura's conniving ways, before ensuring everyone is ready for their speeches. She calls Kirby to deliver a speech that Fallon wrote for her. As they adjust the microphone, the new priest enters since the former one had suddenly fallen ill. Kirby outs that the priest, Father Caleb Collins, is the one having sex with Cristal. The microphone turns on at the last second and broadcasts this news to the entire party. Arguments ensue between Blake, Cristal, Dominique, and Laura. Laura outs her sexual relationship with Blake which mortifies Fallon, only for Alexis to jump in that she, too, is having sex with Jeff. As tensions escalate, Fallon reaches a breaking point and smashes a champagne glass before proclaiming her exit.

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She reconciles with Liam who gives her napkins from the locations of every date they've ever had. He states those are their something borrowed since he's betting on them being the happy couple.[24] On her wedding day, Fallon obsesses over everything being perfect now that the wedding was forced to relocate to the Carrington Manor. She starts by picking out the perfect shoes with help from Kirby and Alexis, who urge her to consider flats due to the grass. Fallon brushes them off only to badly injure her ankle. Unable to walk properly, she defaults to asking Alexis for help in walking her down the aisle alongside Blake, as she worries her father won't be enough to support her. Blake, much to Fallon's surprise, is fine with the sudden change and leaves her to finish her song to Liam. Fallon is heartbroken to learn that Blake was only nice to her all day because he needed money to save Carrington Atlantic and his personal assets. She also learned that Alexis was scheming with Jeff to take down Blake by sabotaging his banking deals.

Fed up with her parents antics, Fallon hobbles to Liam and asks if he's okay with having a wedding somewhere completely different and last minute. He agrees so they flee to her old high school. They call Sam who had planned officiate the wedding and Kirby to witness the event. Fallon also needed her to bring her the right shoes. As they waited at the auditorium, Sam arrived with Michael Culhane in the place of Kirby since they couldn't find her. Sam officially begins the ceremony as Fallon's urging. When it comes time for the vows, Fallon opts to sing them to Liam in the form of a song she wrote, More Than Me. He is moved to tears and gives his vows to her before the ceremony is complete. Sam and Culhane leave the newlyweds who plan to drink champagne and celebrate. The happy day turns South when Evan Tate arrives with a knife and rope for Fallon. He's angry that she turned him down for Liam and reveals he was responsible for sabotaging the wedding - the priest, the faulty pipes, the florist. As she negotiates with Evan, Liam and Blake make a silent plan to save her. Blake tackles Evan and they both fall off the stage.[25]

Blake and Kirby recover in the hospital from their injuries, while Evan Tate is released from the hospital and into police custody. Fallon begins to exhibit signs of PTSD from the encounter, and throws herself into being a nurse for both Kirby and her father. She partially blames herself for what happened to them, though her inexperience at nursing leads to several catastrophes that force both her patients to fire her. In the meantime, Liam prepares for their honeymoon in Cabo, though Fallon, still afraid to leave the house, cancel the trip and turns the Manor's pool into Cabo. Their serene honeymoon is ruined when Alexis, Dominique, Jeff, and Sam interrupt the newlyweds attempts at peace. Liam, fed up with her antics, calls off their honeymoon. After a surprisingly helpful conversation with Blake, Fallon returns to Liam's side and opens up about her fear of leaving the house. She apologizes for not letting him in, as she's never had someone to support her before.[26]

The couple plans to make their grand entrance into society with an exclusive interview, though Jeff, Alexis, and Dominique's ongoing feud leads to the interviewing being canceled. Desperate for a second chance after her wedding day turned into a crime scene, Fallon enlists Sam's help in winning over the interviewer. Their antics convince the interviewer that their story will make for great TV, and agrees to reschedule. Back at the Manor, Fallon and Liam butt heads with Alexis and Jeff who still haven't solved their divorce settlement dispute. Fallon takes inspiration from her favorite sitcom I Love Lucy, and divides up the Manor into Jeff, Alexis, and shared zones. When that fails, she draws inspiration again by locking them in a room together to sort their issues. Finally tired of the constant feuding around her, Fallon decides to agree with Liam on moving out of the Manor. He knows that while she might say she wants to leave, this is her home, so she'll never be free of the Carrington clutches. She takes what he says to heart and squares off with Alexis, triumphantly telling her that she plans to tell the press tomorrow that the Carrington dynasty is not crumbling but stronger than ever, because she plans to take the reigns as head of the family. She is in the process of purchasing all the access roads to the Manor, so while Alexis might own the house and Dominique the mineral rights, she will own the only way in and out of the land. She promises that if they ever act like children again, or get in her way, the only diamonds they'll be seeing is in Russian roulette.[27]

Fallon deals with the ramifications of assuming a public role as head of the family, especially when she is forced to take on the responsibilities of a public figure. She is lectured by a child outside the library on the downfall of her family and lashes out, which creates a slew of poor press. At the same time, she set a State of the Company Address for Fallon Unlimited where she planned to announce a buyout of SmartVerse. The acquisition will make her a global player in the digital mark, which she needs to be if she wants to make Fallon Unlimited the new Carrington Atlantic. When SmartVerse sees her lashing out at the child, they call off their deal which sends Fallon into panic mode as she struggles to find a way to win them over. Simultaneously, her attempts to please everyone at the hospital by green-lighting all of their projects fails as she doesn't donate enough money, promptly annoying Adam, while Alexis withdraws from her podcast Ask Alexis. In an attempt to flood the world with positive press, she does a series of money donations with large prop checks for "any amount you need", donated from the Carrington Family Trust. She also sings happy birthday to the staff. She goes to Blake for advice on how to juggle everything, to which he recommends focusing on the important things. He also tells her that Monica and Jeff's grandmother died. Fallon hosts her State of the Company Address but cuts it short upon realizing that family is the most important thing, so she needs to be there for Monica and Jeff. She reunites with Monica and shares a sweet moment with Jeff. SmartVerse reopens negotiations as their values are family oriented, which allows the sale to go through. She invites Blake to run the SmartVerse account for her, though his enthusiasm to do more is evident.[28]

Their struggle for power becomes evident immediately when Blake oversteps by firing 29 of her Fallon Unlimited employees, all of which she forces him to hire back to avoid a wrongful termination lawsuit. She makes it clear that she tries to make the environment one that people want to be in. In the meantime, Fallon learns that Adam is planning to become chief of staff at the hospital. She commends him for being one of the little people as it makes the family more relatable. She also gives Liam some much needed advice for his writing by telling him to write stories he's passionate about. He decides to return the payment from his publisher and opts to dive back into investigative journalism to expose corruption. She supports his endeavors but is pulled away when she an email alert shows that Blake hired a headhunter for himself. Finally fed up with his antics, she interrupts his outlandish attempts at yoga to call him a terrible father with tunnel vision that only includes himself. He notes that he liked things the way they were, but she coldly told him those ways are gone and fires him. Blake returns to her side to admit his wrongdoings and is willing to try again at being her employee.[29]

Fallon found it difficult to balance her work life and personal life, especially as things progressed with Fallon Unlimited's European branch. Liam made it known he wants to spend time with her and reworked his schedule to do so, which prompts Fallon to call in his longtime friend Nash Martinez to distract Liam so she can work. Her perfect plan is derailed when the men convince her to go to karaoke, causing her to miss an important business meeting. While she sang beautifully at the karaoke and enjoys herself, she also nearly delivered a fatal blow to her impending business deal. While there, Nash attempts to kiss Fallon but she rejects him. At Adam's birthday party, she opens up to Blake about struggling to balance her two lives. He advices her to be honest and helps her get the land needed to build her overseas company. Nash attempts to blackmail Fallon into giving him an article in Fallon Unlimited, plus a room at the Manor, in exchange for keeping his silence about her begging him to come distract Liam. She decides not to be blackmailed ands goes give Nash an article about rare diseases - it just requires him to travel to the most desolate sections of the country. She combines the article with her birthday gift to Adam. She then tricks Nash into admitting his advancement on her at karaoke night in front of Liam, who she secretly works with. When Nash calls her a bitch, Liam is ready to defend Fallon until she takes the swing herself. With Nash now in exile to a remote corner of the world and her relationship with Liam stronger than ever, Blake calls Fallon into an emergency meeting. He reveals that while they secured the land in Europe, the second the deal closed all their permits for building and land were blocked. She refuses to back out as it would leave them back at square one. She questions how this is possible, to which Blake points out the timing of everything being to planned to be a coincidence. He asks if there's anyone she can think of who is sabotaging her chance to expand Fallon Unlimited.[30]

In the UK, Fallon's purchase of the land is final, while her attempt to appeal her land permits is denied. Fallon Unlimited now owns completely unbuildable land in the Scottish countryside. Blake tells Fallon that the Scotland Heritage Foundation filed a claim immediately after the sale finished, claiming that the rocks on the land were once part of an ancient castle, which means that building on the land is impossible until their investigation is over. Things look up when she notices that one of the claims co-sponsors is Colin McKnotten, an old Wharton co-ed of Fallon's, who also comes from an old and powerful family. She makes a meeting to appeal to him using their shared past and experience, as they were both members of an Acapella group that performed at the White House. However, Colin still harbors a grudge toward Fallon for exposing his cheating scandal at Wharton, which got him expelled, all so she could graduate at the top of the class. He not only refuses to drop his claim, but pursues legal action against Fallon Unlimited which will completely drain her company's assets. She, in turn, uses one of her friends in the city permit office to deny his marketing offices from being built due to code violations.

Colin than makes a condescending offer to buy back the lands for 50% of the sale price. She recruits Liam for help in exposing Colin, as she hopes that a meeting on his books is with the Governor for a bribe. They are surprised to see that Colin meets with secretary, whom he's having an affair with, despite being married to old New York money. Fallon plans to blackmail Colin with the photographs of their affair, which Liam supports. Though when she learns that an old TA from Wharton was fired over Colin's cheating scandal, as he leaked the tests Colin used to cheat, she feels guilty for not thinking about the collateral damage of exposing Colin. She makes a meeting with Colin to seemingly surrender and sell the land rights for his initial offer of 50%. However, she reveals that she already agreed to the Scotland Heritage Foundation's terms which settled the dispute. She will rebuild the castle and build her company in the fifty foot radius around the castle, per the codes that she studied during an all-nighter. While this will cost her more money, she believes it shows that she's changed. Colin vows that this isn't over but she thinks it is. To make up for the losses she'll have in rebuilding the castle, Fallon decides to make the company public a year early.[31]

Blake warns her that taking the company public could have a huge impact on the companies well-being, but she doesn't see any other choice. She plans to grease the palms of her SCC officer, Corinne, who just happens to be an old family friend of the Van Kirk's. She convinces Liam to help her arrange the perfect dinner for Corinne, learning that the woman prefers subtlety over a flamboyant show of wealth and privilege. The trio sit down for dinner as Fallon attempts to keep bringing the conversation back to work, despite Corinne drifting to Van Kirk family drama. Corinne finally states that she knows Fallon wants her review rushed, but she simply doesn't have time to push through the proposal, as her schedule is too full. Liam quickly inquires about the last time he and Corinne saw each other, which was shortly before his father's death, on Liam's eighteenth birthday. Corinne was happy to see Liam's father in such high spirits, "despite everything" that happened. Liam is confused by what she means, and she references the incident with the tankers. He believes her timeline is confused and when it becomes clear that Liam is in the dark, Corinne tells him to leave the situation be and leaves. Fallon, immersed in her own drama, worries how she'll convince Corinne to push her review through. As she plots and schemes, she notices Liam's distance and asks him what's wrong. He can't stop thinking about Corinne's coyness when the topic of his father arose.[32]


Michael Culhane

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Jeff Colby

Their relationship began while they were both in high school. They later agreed to become business partners to help found Morell Corp and became close friends. Their relationship later turned into a romance and they kissed. They nearly married, until Fallon found out he was playing her. Fallon later learns that Jeff is her half-cousin.[33]

Liam Ridley

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Liam and Fallon met outside a courthouse in the rain, where Fallon had accepted her fate of marrying a man she not only didn't love, but was unknowingly related too. Liam, a kind stranger at the time, took pity on her and asked if she were alright. She suddenly asked if he wanted to have the biggest payday of his life, and married him inside the courthouse that night. the following day, she revealed to Jeff that she knew about his scheme to get revenge on the Carrington family through her, and that their marriage was illegal due to her union with Liam. Her convoluted plan circumvented the Colby's and allowed her family to survive another day.[34] However, Fallon and Liam's relationship didn't end after their faux marriage fulfilled its purpose, and after a series of ups and downs, Fallon and Liam realized their love for each other, though the hurdles their love faced seemed to never-end. Disaster seemingly struck the happy couple when Liam was struck over the heady by Adam Carrington, which resulted in complete memory loss for the past three years.[35] He didn't remember Fallon or his relationship with her, but as time progress, regained his memory and confessed his love to her again. She ended things with her boyfriend to be reunited with Liam, her self-proclaimed true love.[36] He then proposed to her in an elaborate plan surrounded by roses, just as she had always dreamed.[37][38] They were married in a small ceremony by Sam Jones. She wrote a beautiful love song for Liam which she preformed as part of her vows. In true Carrington fashion, their wedding included an uninvited guest, a stabbing, and Blake's near paralysis.[39]

Their honeymoon was derailed by Fallon attempting to care for her wounded family, their newlywed bliss cut short when Fallon's work took priority over Liam, leading him to feel as though he had nothing to offer in their marriage. As things spiraled out of control, Fallon's new assistant Eva exploited the vulnerability in their marriage for her own gain. She planted fights, didn't deliver messages to force miscommunication, exploited vulnerable moments, planted a fake divorce lawyer message for Fallon from Liam, and set everything up so Liam would find Fallon firing Colin McNaughton while ending their one-night-stand. Because Fallon thought Liam was divorcing her, she slept with Colin but planned to tell Liam the truth, but was unable as he overheard the conversation courtesy of Eva. He packed his bags and left the manor.




  • In the original series, Fallon was the second oldest and the older sister of Steven. In the reboot, she is the youngest child of Blake and Alexis.
    • However, it was revealed in Equal Justice for the Rich that another child came after Fallon after Alexis's affair. It turns out that Amanda was Blake and Alexis's biological daughter, making her the youngest.
  • In the original series Blake was the lead character, while in the reboot, Fallon is the lead character.
  • As of May 2021, it is unclear if Fallon took Liam's last name or not. Even Elizabeth Gillies doesn't know for sure.



  1. As mentioned by Sam in Mother? I'm at La Mirage
  2. I Hardly Recognized You. Dynasty. Season 1. Episode 1. The CW.
  3. I Hardly Recognized You. Dynasty. Season 1. Episode 1. The CW.
  4. Guilt is for Insecure People. Dynasty. Season 1. Episode 3. The CW.
  5. Private as a Circus. Dynasty. Season 1. Episode 4. The CW.
  6. Company Slut. Dynasty. Season 1. Episode 5. The CW.
  7. I Exist Only For Me. Dynasty. Season 1. Episode 6. The CW.
  8. A Taste of Your Own Medicine. Dynasty. Season 1. Episode 7. The CW.
  9. The Best Things In Life. Dynasty. Season 1. Episode 8. The CW.
  10. Rotten Things. Dynasty. Season 1. Episode 9. The CW.
  11. A Well-Dressed Tarantula. Dynasty. Season 1. Episode 10. The CW.
  12. I Answer to No Man. Dynasty. Season 1. Episode 11. The CW.
  13. Nothing But Trouble. Dynasty. Season 1. Episode 13. The CW.
  14. The Gospel According to Blake Carrington. Dynasty. Season 1. Episode 14. The CW.
  15. Our Turn Now. Dynasty. Season 1. Episode 15. The CW.
  16. Poor Little Rich Girl. Dynasty. Season 1. Episode 16. The CW.
  17. Enter Alexis. Dynasty. Season 1. Episode 17. The CW.
  18. Don't Con a Con Artist. Dynasty. Season 1. Episode 18. The CW.
  19. Use or Be Used. Dynasty. Season 1. Episode 19. The CW.
  20. A Line From the Past. Dynasty. Season 1. Episode 20. The CW.
  21. Trashy Little Tramp. Dynasty. Season 1. Episode 21. The CW.
  22. Dead Scratch. Dynasty. Season 1. Episode 22. The CW.
  23. This page uses Creative Commons Licensed content from Wikipedia (view authors).
  24. That Unfortunate Dinner. Dynasty. Season 4. Episode 1. The CW.
  25. Vows Are Still Sacred. Dynasty. Season 4. Episode 2. The CW.
  26. The Aftermath. Dynasty. Season 4. Episode 3. The CW.
  27. Everybody Loves The Carringtons. Dynasty. Season 4. Episode 4. The CW.
  28. New Hopes, New Beginnings. Dynasty. Season 4. Episode 5. The CW.
  29. A Little Father-Daughter Chat. Dynasty. Season 4. Episode 6. The CW.
  30. The Birthday Party. Dynasty. Season 4. Episode 7. The CW.
  31. Your Sick and Self-Serving Vendetta. Dynasty. Season 4. Episode 8. The CW.
  32. Equal Justice for the Rich. Dynasty. Season 4. Episode 9. The CW.
  33. Dead Scratch. Dynasty. Season 1. Episode 22. The CW.
  34. Our Turn Now. Dynasty. Season 1. Episode 15. The CW.
  35. Guilt Trip to Alaska. Dynasty. Season 3. Episode 1. The CW.
  36. A Used Up Memory. Dynasty. Season 3. Episode 6. The CW.
  37. You See Most Things in Terms of Black & White. Dynasty. Season 3. Episode 13. The CW.
  38. My Hangover's Arrived. Dynasty. Season 3. Episode 20. The CW.
  39. Vows Are Still Sacred. Dynasty. Season 4. Episode 2. The CW.