Alexis isn’t dead, everyone. Thank God.
But she isn’t Nicolette Sheridan, anymore. And I suppose I can’t complain. If Dynasty’s really going to lean all the way into soap camp fabulosity, a good ol’ plastic surgery recasting switcheroo is on the to-do list.
I wonder who it will be?
I don’t think a shitty TV review blog (and mostly CW shows, at that) is the right place to get political, but I just want to say that as an Aussie, I was extra grateful for Dynasty bringing the quality and grace it does this episode after the last couple of days we’ve had.
It seems shallow that a CW soap opera would raise my spirits. And it is. But it did, and I’m thankful for that.
Also the gag of this episode’s ending. Oh. Mon. Dieu.