|“||This is my face! I can't just take it off like it's some mask.||”|
— Alexis Carrington
|Life Is a Masquerade Party|
|Season 02, Episode 18|
|Air date||April 26, 2019|
|Written by||Josh Reims & Aubrey Villalobos Karr|
|Directed by||Jeff Byrd|
|Viewers||0.49 million (490,000) viewers|
How Two-Faced Can You Get?
This Illness of Mine
BEHIND THE MASK - Romantic issues surface between Fallon and Liam when she uses a public misconception to try and boost pre-sales of his soon to be released book. Meanwhile, when Sam plans a masquerade ball to roll out his new identity as a single man, Adam uses it as an opportunity to unveil the “new” Alexis to the family. 
- Elizabeth Gillies as Fallon Carrington
- Ana Brenda Contreras as Cristal Jennings
- Rafael de La Fuente as Sam Jones
- Sam Underwood as Adam Carrington
- Robert Christopher Riley as Michael Culhane
- Sam Adegoke as Jeff Colby
- Maddison Brown as Kirby Anders (credit only)
- Alan Dale as Joseph Anders
- Grant Show as Blake Carrington
- Adam Huber as Liam Ridley
- Elizabeth Gillies as Alexis Carrington
- Tony Plana as Silvio Flores
- Taylor Black as Ashley Cunningham
- Geovanni Gopradi as Roberto Flores
- Norio Nishmura as Tarkoff
- Marchelle Thurman as Debra Lang
Fallon: Mother, what have you done to yourself?
Sam: She's made herself Fallon. Wow, that is some dark...
Alexis: Shut up, everyone just shut up.
Sam: I don't know why you expect Liam to be honest with you when you are not honest with him.
Fallon: What are you talking about?
Sam: For someone who hates masks, you are the biggest mask wearer of them all. I mean, you're totally unwilling to let anyone know the true Fallon. There.
Liam: Look, I was doing the same thing. I was protecting myself. And the truth is, I started writing that book to get over you, but it turned out to be the best way to tell you how I feel. I know I'm in love with you. I have been, for awhile.
Adam: I read Liam's book. All I can say is I hope I'm lucky enough to find someone who feels that way about me.
Fallon: You can start with non-relatives.