In this episode of, Fallon is feeling the cold with everyone turning their back on her. She did after all, burn all of her bridges. Steven isn't sad to see her pack up and leave the house while Jeff tells her to make an appointment if she wants to talk to him as he has things to do. With Michael and her father no longer talking to her, Fallon has nowhere else to turn. She does manage to talk Jeff into giving her one more chance. She knows they can win over a client she has been eyeing.
Cristal rips through her room as she tries to find the right thing to wear upon her return to the office as the new Mrs. Carrington. It is her first day as the COO in another episode of Dynasty that is marked with a ton of drama, cat fights and another possible death! Cristal makes her way down the stairs, coming face to face with Fallon. The two exchange words. It is killing Fallon that Cristal has her position while she struggles to find her first client. She has even lost her driver.
It's true what they say about lies and the webs we weave. In this episode of, the Carringtons spend their time chasing their own tails. They truly are their own worst enemies , especially Steven who is a magnet for murder. Dynasty Recap: Cristal's Past Comes Back To Haunt Her>>>Steven is still trying to find a solid alibi. If he can't find one he has to give the police a suspect. Fallon thinks he needs to find anyone at this point. Meanwhile, Cristal is still angry with Sam for stealing her ring.
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