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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 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 as intelligent and business savvy as her millionaire 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 Cristal Flores, 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 three 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, and gets engaged to Liam Ridley.

Personality

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 limi 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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Season 3

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Relationships

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.[24]

Liam Ridley

Liam first appeared in the the first season, as Sam's fake date to Fallon's wedding, but was later revealed as also being Fallon's "husband" in a convoluted plan concocted by Fallon to circumvent the Colbys' attempt for revenge on the Carringtons.[25] However, Fallon and Liam's relationship does not end after their fake marriage fulfills its purpose, and after a series of ups and downs, Fallon and Liam realize their love for each other, though hurdles between their love are never-ending. In the third season, Liam loses his memory after having been struck in the head by Adam Carrington.[26] Consequently, at first, he completely forgets Fallon and his relationship with her, but as the episodes proceed, he finally gets his memory back and confesses his love for her again.[27] Amid all the drama, Fallon also starts dating Evan Tate but eventually chooses Liam definitively. As of the end of the third season, they are engaged to be married.[28][29]

Appearances

Trivia

  • Blake wanted to name Fallon Ellen, after his mother, but the final choice went to Alexis. Fallon's middle name was revealed to be Morell in Private as a Circus and she subsequently used it as the name of her company, Morell Green Energy Corporation.
  • As revealed in I Answer to No Man, Steven and Fallon have another older sibling, a boy named Adam, who was kidnapped as a baby and was believed to be dead by their father.
  • Fallon tore her Anterior Cruciate Ligament (ACL) sometime before the start of the series. ("A Taste of Your Own Medicine")
  • Fallon loves bacon and doesn't like to miss her morning bacon.
  • She was conceived down by the lake at the Carrington Manor. ("Enter Alexis")
  • Her first baby food was white truffles. ("Enter Alexis")
  • Fallon suffers from astraphobia, the fear of thunder and lightning. ("That Witch")
  • Her favorite color is cobalt blue and her favorite flower is white lilies. ("A Used Up Memory")
  • She is allergic to fresh pineapples. ("The Caviar, I Trust, Is Not Burned")
  • Fallon, along with Sammy Jo, and Blake Carrington, are the only characters to have physically appeared in the all of the episodes of the show till date.
  • She was the lead in her middle-school musical. Blake sent his temp assistant to the play on his behalf. ("The Butler Did It")
  • Fallon has weather phobia and is terrified of rainstorms and thunder. She takes anxiety medication when major storms hit. ("That Witch")
  • Alexis was in labor with Fallon for twenty-eight hours. ("She Cancelled...")

Notes

  • 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.
  • In the original series Blake was the lead character, while in the reboot, Fallon is the lead character.

Gallery

References

  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. Dead Scratch. Dynasty. Season 1. Episode 22. The CW.
  25. Our Turn Now. Dynasty. Season 1. Episode 15. The CW.
  26. Guilt Trip to Alaska. Dynasty. Season 3. Episode 1. The CW.
  27. A Used Up Memory. Dynasty. Season 3. Episode 6. The CW.
  28. You See Most Things in Terms of Black & White. Dynasty. Season 3. Episode 13. The CW.
  29. My Hangover's Arrived. Dynasty. Season 3. Episode 20. The CW.

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