|Nothing But Trouble|
|Season 01, Episode 13|
|Air date||February 7, 2018|
|Written by||Jenna Richman|
|Directed by||Matt Earl Beesley|
|Viewers||0.65 million (650,000)|
Promises You Can't Keep
The Gospel According to Blake Carrington
|“||My life may be over, but I am not going down alone. I'm taking you and Steven down with me.||”|
|— Ted to Sam|
TORN BETWEEN OLD FLAMES AND NEW LIVES — After Fallon's declaration of professional - and romantic - independence, Jeff tries to reel her back in. As Cristal struggles with Blake's unorthodox moral compass, she finds herself in a gray area of her own.
On Blake's behalf, Anders bribes a prison guard to stage an attack intended to prevent Cesil from being paroled. The parole board votes against his release, but Jeff sleeps with the parole commissioner, who sets Cesil free. Monica manipulates Fallon into accepting Jeff's marriage proposal, but Fallon discovers their duplicity and enlists Michael to help her against the Colbys. Steven decides to run for city council, and lets Ted know that tales of their wild past may become public. Still using drugs and believing that Steven and Sam are romantically involved, Ted stages a scuffle with Sam and leaps out of an upper story window.
- On February 2nd, 2018 promo pictures were released for the episode 
- On February 5th, 2018 Michael Patrick Lane confirmed he would be in this episode. 
- The title of the episode was announced via press release on February 7, 2018.
- This episode features the 15 Second Opening Sequence .
- During the girl's party with Fallon, Monica says in French : "Je m'appelle Monique" ("I am called Monique"). Monique was the mispelled name used for the character when the series was launched.
- Alexis is not mentioned at all in this episode. This is only the second time (after The Best Things In Life) it happens since the beginning of the series.
- This is the last episode to air on Wednesdays. When it returned on March 9th, 2018, it started airing on Fridays.
- Second time Yoruba, one of Nigeria main language is spoken in the series; first being Rotten Things.
- Rick says the interview is for The Mirror. The Mirror was a newspaper owned by Alexis in the Original Series.
Fallon: Daddy, don't be so old-fashioned. A couple more felonies and he could be President.
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