That’s right, bitches. It’s a Liam and Fallon caper episode.
And even when it’s against his will, he’s still kinda game. And I respect that.
Though, to be clear, doing things without consent, even when it’s a woman doing it to a man, is not cool. Do you hear that, Dominique?
I’ve gotta say, I was getting my absolute life this episode. I wrote the phrase “Fuck, I love Dynasty” in my notes more than once.
Even dear Cristal got to shine this episode.
Dynasty is my one shining light against the apocalypse that is 2020 so far.
I’m sensing a caption theme this week.
Also, I just want to say that I was almost going to suggest Kelly Rutherford would be the historical alliance president last week, but I hesitated because I thought it wouldn’t make much sense to bring her back if Steven isn’t here.
And it doesn’t. But goddamn, she is still a blast to have around.
Maybe we could bring Steven back, too, though? Just saying.
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.