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WRITTEN BY: Casey Hutchison





At Michael’s Home, Emily comes home from partying with her friends at a concert. When she arrives home, Michael enters. The two sit on the couch discussing how Emily’s night was. Emily then brings up her mother, Marty. Michael and Emily talk about Marty, and what she did by leaving Emily to drown. Emily then reveals that she is ready to forgive her mother, and Michael ponders on whether he is ready to do the same, or not.





Sasha goes to visit her mother at the Sumner Home. This interrupts Meg and Kate’s girls night. When asked what Sasha is doing there, she tells her mother that she wonders why she had to break her father’s heart in the way she did. This leads to a heart to heart on what was really going on in their marriage. Kate tries to reveal in the best way she can to Sasha that the two were just growing further and further apart. Upon leaving, Sasha reveals that she will do everything she can to get her parents back together.





At the Fairgate Home, Karen is delighted to see her son, and reconnect with him. They talk about Eric’s time in Saudi Arabia, and how great it was to really explore a different world. Eric then brings into the conversation his strange encounter with his brother. Karen has many questions on why things became strange. Eric then reveals an important part of history that Michael got wrong (the killing of Linda). Karen then goes on to say that it was probably nothing. When Eric leaves, Karen wonders if this could be a real thing to worry about. However, she decides to just put it on her shoulder, and she goes off to bed.





At Abby’s Home, Abby is getting ready for bed, when she hears the doorbell ring. She goes down the stairs, and to the door. Upon opening the door, she is shocked to see Olivia. She immediately goes into an embrace with her daughter. Later, Olivia reveals that she is back to make a fresh start for herself. A whole new life. Abby vows to help her.



Due to a high success rate, "Knots Landing" has been renewed for a second season.


The second season will see the addition of six characters.


The second season will also consist of 13 new episodes!



Season 1 only has eight episodes left. The mid season finale will be episode 5, which is set to be titled as "Dinner Party"




WRITTEN BY: Casey Hutchison

DIRECTED BY: Casey Hutchison

SPECIAL GUEST STAR: Charlene Tilton as Lucy




EMILY: What did you want to see me about?


KATE: I made a stupid mistake.


ABBY: I can’t do this with you.


DOUGLAS: Would you go out with me?


LUCY: What do you need to tell me, mama?






It’s a new day for the residents of Seaview Circle. Gary and Val are standing on the sidewalk, in front of their house.


GARY: Are you nervous?


VAL: A little. But, telling Lucy right away will be good. We can deal with the emotions that she will present, and we can move on.


A limo starts down the road.


GARY: Here she comes.


Gary and Val put on smiles, as the limo pulls up to the home. Lucy steps out.


LUCY: (excitedly) Mom! Dad!


Gary and Val hug Lucy.


LUCY: I’m so happy to see you two.


GARY: The feelings are mutual.


The limo driver takes Lucy’s bags to the curve.


LIMO DRIVER: Which house?


VAL: Just put them in ours. Well, let’s go.


The limo driver gets the bags, as he, Gary, Val, and Lucy walk into the home.



At the Sumner home, Meg hands Eli a bowl of cereal.


MEG: Hurry up, honey. Can’t miss the bus.


ELI: Okay, mom.


Meg pours two cups of coffee. She goes over to Kate, who is dressed in her pajamas, and sitting at the island. Meg stays standing, as she hands Kate a cup of coffee. Meg takes a sip of her coffee, as does Kate.


MEG: How are you feeling?


KATE: Like a complete bitch.


MEG: Why do you say that?


KATE: I made a stupid mistake.


MEG: Kate, Brian didn’t love you. You did the right thing in deciding to come here, and not be with him anymore. Good for you,


KATE: Let’s hope it was the right thing.



Outside of the Cunningham Home, Karen knocks on the door.


DIANA: Mom, maybe she doesn’t want to come with us. Maybe, she just wants to sleep in today. I wouldn’t blame her.


KAREN: Diana, she said she wanted to come.


DIANA: I took off work for this. She better come.

KAREN: I can’t thank you enough for skipping that video call with that Versace person.


Diana laughs.


KAREN: What?


DIANA: Still the same mom.


Karen laughs in reply, and knocks on the door again. Abby finally answers, wrapping her robe around herself, and tying it.


DIANA: Finally, you answer.


ABBY: Hi, ladies. Can I help you with something?


KAREN: Abby, did you forget? You said you were going to visit Sid with me, today. Diana even decided to come along.


ABBY: I can’t do this with you.


KAREN: What do you mean? You were so ready to do this with me, yesterday.


ABBY: I just have a lot to do.


DIANA: So, do I. I am still going. Come on, Abby. We really want you to come with us. It would mean a lot to my mom and me.


ABBY: I’m very flattered, but no thank you.


DIANA: Why not? At least give us an explanation.


ABBY: I can’t. Drop it.


Abby then slams the door in their faces. The two ladies are caught off guard.


Inside the Cunningham Home, Abby goes to the couch. She sits down, and grabs a wine bottle. She drinks straight out of the bottle.


ABBY: This was the reason. (sighs) It’s about time I took time off to drink.


Abby takes a swig,



Back outside, Karen and Diana drive off in Karen’s car. Meanwhile, across the street, Douglas is taking out the trash. Sasha walks up to him.


SASHA: Hey. I just got your text.


DOUGLAS: Thanks for coming over.


SASHA: So, what’s up? Your text did sound a tad urgent.


DOUGLAS: It kind of is urgent.


SASHA: Is this about your mom?


DOUGLAS: No. It is about you.


SASHA: Okay, put a hashtag before weird.


DOUGLAS: (sarcastically) L-O-L. Anyways, I just have one question, then you can fade off into your day if you want.


SASHA: Fine, what’s the question?


DOUGLAS: Would you go out with me?



At Michael’s Home, Emily comes down the stairs, and goes into the living room. Michael, and another guy are in the living room.




EMILY: Hey dad.


MICHAEL: Thank you for coming so quickly.


EMILY: What did you want to see me about?


MICHAEL: I have someone that you would probably like to meet.


EMILY: Who’s that?


The other man in the room turns around.


EMILY: Dad, who is this?

MICHAEL: This is my brother, Eric. Your uncle.


EMILY: Oh my gosh! I didn’t even recognize you, Uncle Eric!


Eric and Emily embrace.


ERIC: I haven’t seen you since you were a baby.


EMILY: I didn’t even know you were back from Saudi Arabia.


ERIC: I am. For good.


EMILY: Seriously?


ERIC: You bet.


EMILY: That’s awesome! I’m so excited!


ERIC: Hey, do you mind letting me talk to your father for a little bit?


EMILY: No problem. I’m gonna go meet some friends, anyways. Bye.


Emily gives Michael a kiss on the cheek.


EMILY: Bye, Dad. Love you.


Emily and Eric hug. She exits through the door.


ERIC: So, how are you doing?


MICHAEL: Good, but let's skip the formalities. I have something to ask you.


ERIC: What is that?


MICHAEL: Are you scared?


ERIC: Michael, why would I be scared?


MICHAEL: Because, Brian lives across the street.


ERIC: You think I would be scared of Brian, because he killed my ex-wife? Linda did that to herself, and I forgave Brian a long time ago.


MICHAEL: I’m just saying, no one truly ever gets over that.


ERIC: Well, I have.


MICHAEL: Only time will tell, brother. Only time will tell.



Outside, over at the Matheson Home, Douglas puts the lid on the trash.


SASHA: That is quite the question to ask, Douglas.


DOUGLAS: It was worth a shot.


SASHA: Listen, you are really cute, but we have known one another since you and your mom moved back here. I think of you as a brother.


DOUGLAS: Why is that?


SASHA: I told you. You are like a brother to me. I would expect you to hang out with me at the movies. Not take me on a date there.


Sasha starts to walk away, but Douglas steps her.




She turns back.


DOUGLAS: Is there anyways I can change that?


SASHA: We’ll just have to wait and see.


Sasha continues to walk away. A smile comes across Douglas’ face. Emily walks up to him.


EMILY: Hey, Doug.


DOUGLAS: Hey, Em. What’s going on?


EMILY: I was hoping that I could get your help with something.


DOUGLAS: What’s that?


EMILY: Well, my uncle Eric just returned from Saudi Arabia, and I would like to throw him a huge party. Like, a welcome home party.





WRITTEN BY: Casey Hutchison

DIRECTED BY: Casey Hutchison




SASHA: Are you and mom really getting a divorce?


DOUGLAS: Will you ever be happy again?


VAL: I have something to tell you.


KAREN: Is our marriage still a marriage?






Nighttime has fallen upon California. At the Matheson Home, Paige enters with a couple of grocery bags in hand. She goes over, and sets them on the counter. She begins putting the groceries away. Her son, Douglas, enters. He begins helping put them away.


PAIGE: Hey, sweetheart. How was your day?


DOUGLAS: Busy. I have been working so many cars today.


PAIGE: Hey, you are a good boss.


DOUGLAS: Thanks. I just didn’t think when I got Knots Landing Motors, that it would be this much work to take care of.


Paige gets a bottle of water. She also gets one for Douglas.


PAIGE: Thanks for helping me put those groceries away.


DOUGLAS: Of course. (sighs) So, how was therapy today?


PAIGE: Same old. Same old. Dr. Matthews asked me questions, and I replied. (sighs) That’s all it is for me. But, it helps.


DOUGLAS: I’m glad it helps. Hey, I have a questions for you.


PAIGE: What’s that?


DOUGLAS: Listen, I have been thinking about this question a lot. So, I want you to know, that it isn’t just coming out of the blue.


PAIGE: Dougie, what’s going on?


DOUGLAS: Will you ever be happy again?



At an elegant restaurant, Mack and Karen are seated by a hostess. The hostess gives them menus, and silverware.


HOSTESS: A waiter will be with you shortly.


The hostess walks off. Karen and Mack begin looking through their menus.


KAREN: I am so glad that we got the chance to do this. It overjoys me that you got the chance to get pulled away from work.


MACK: It overjoys me that you agreed to this dinner.


KAREN: I thought a night away from work drama would do us good.


MACK: Being away from work always does a marriage good.


KAREN: I like to think so. So, I have another reason for coming here.


MACK: What is that?


KAREN: Mack, with all of the work that we have been doing lately, I feel like I have...,; we have, gotten a little distant.


MACK: What are you saying, Karen?


KAREN: Is our marriage still a marriage?



At Gary’s and Val’s Home, Val pulls up to the driveway. She turns off her car, but sits in the vehicle for a second. She is pondering what she will tell Gary about her cancer. She is wondering how he will react to the news.


She then decides to get out. Val walks to the door. She opens the door, and enters the home. Val sets her purse and keys down on a nearby table. She sets the door, and Gary enters.


GARY: Hey babe.


Gary and Val walk to one another, and Gary gives her a kiss.


VAL: Hi, Gary.


GARY: Did you stop by the store?


Val goes to the closet, and hangs up her coat.


VAL: Sorry, I forgot.


She turns back to Gary.


GARY: Oh, that’s fine. Hey, are you okay? You seem off.


VAL: Do I? I didn’t even notice that I was off.


GARY: Valene, I think you do. What’s going on?


VAL: It’s nothing, Gary. Don’t worry about it.


GARY: Tell me something. Is this about your checkup at the hospital?


Val flops down on the couch.


VAL: (sighs) You know me so well.


Gary calmly sits next to Val.


VAL: I have something to tell you.


GARY: What happened?


VAL: The doctor delivered me some horrific and shocking news.


GARY: You’re scaring me, honey. What did he say?


VAL: He told me that my blood work revealed something he does not see every day. He then went on to tell me that I have Primary Peritoneal Cancer.


Gary is completely thrown off guard.



Meanwhile, at Brian’s and Kate’s Home, Brian and Kate walk down the stairs. Kate has a duffle bag in hand.


KATE: How long is Sasha supposed to be out with her friends?


BRIAN: Is that all you can think about? Our daughter coming into our home, and seeing her mother leaving her father?


KATE: Of course I am worried about that. Sasha’s feelings matter.


BRIAN: They do. You are completely right. Plus, I don’t think she would like to know that her mother is having an affair.


KATE: An affair. Now you are making accusations.


BRIAN: Kate, I heard that phone call. You said to the person on the other side of that line that you love them so much.


KATE: That was Meg, you jackass.


BRIAN: Meg Sumner?

KATE: Yeah. Meg and I have been friends since day one of meeting. She and I have become very close. So, I will be living with her and her son, Eli.


BRIAN: How dare you do this to me.


KATE: How dare you wreck this marriage.


BRIAN: I didn’t wreck this marriage!


KATE: Yes you did!


While the two continue to bicker, Sasha enters.


SASHA: Will you two shut up!


Brian and Kate stop fighting, and turn to Sasha.


SASHA: What is going on here? I go out with friends, and I return to hear my parents throwing down? What is happening?


BRIAN: Honey, we need to tell you something.


SASHA: I think I know what is happening here. Mom’s bag is packed. You two are fighting. That only leaves one question.


KATE: Sasha…


SASHA: Are you and mom getting a divorce?



Back at the elegant restaurant, Karen and Mack are drinking some champagne, and having their appetizer.


KAREN: Have you considered my question?


MACK: Yes, I have. I came to one conclusion.


KAREN: And, what conclusion would that be?


MACK: That our marriage is still a marriage. We love one another, we care for one another, and we mean our vows.


KAREN: Yes, we do. I love you so much.


MACK: I love you too, Karen.


KAREN: So, Abby and I are going to Sid’s gravesite tomorrow.


MACK: Good. I think she needs to get out a little.


KAREN: I think she does,too. She doesn’t seem like the old Abby anymore. She doesn’t seems like Abby at all.


MACK: No, she doesn’t.


KAREN: Now, I know old Abby sometimes wasn’t the best person, but she was active. She was active in everything. I think I could get her back to that.


MACK: That would be nice.


KAREN: Could you maybe offer her job?


MACK: You want me to offer Abby a job?


KAREN: Yes, I do.


MACK: Okay. I can only start her at an entry level.


KAREN: Fine with me.


Mack and Karen clink their glasses.



Back at the Matheson Home, Paige sits at the island.


PAIGE: That is a pretty loaded question, son.


DOUGLAS: I think that it is a very honest question.


PAIGE: Can I give you some advice?


DOUGLAS: Sure, mom.


PAIGE: People can be happy, if they make their life that way.


DOUGLAS: Are you making your life that way?


PAIGE: I’m trying.


DOUGLAS: I know having Greg around always made you happy. Even when you fought over serious issues in life.


PAIGE: Are you talking about when Greg didn’t want any children? If so, I won’t get into that with my son. That is too much to take on.


DOUGLAS: That’s why you adopted me. You wanted what Greg wasn’t willing to give you. I understand that.


PAIGE: I’m glad you do. Anyways, enough about that. Have you eaten any dinner?




PAIGE: How about we go out tonight. Just the two of us.


DOUGLAS: That’d be nice, mom.


PAIGE: Wonderful. I’ll get my purse, and we can go.





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    WRITTEN BY: Casey Hutchison

    DIRECTED BY: Casey Hutchison

    SPECIAL GUEST STAR: Lisa Edelstein




    PAIGE: Greg’s death has taken a toll on me.


    ABBY: I don’t know how I feel about that.


    GARY: That was Lucy.


    BRIAN: Are you telling me that our marriage is over?






    An aerial view of California is shown. The camera cuts to a skyscraper, as morning dawns upon Knots Landing. Paige is sitting down with a therapist (Lisa Edelstein).


    DR. MATTHEWS: How are you feeling today, Paige? Have you been taking that sleeping medication that I prescribed?


    PAIGE: I am doing as well, as I can be. (sighs) I have been taking the prescribed medication, but I still can’t sleep.


    DR. MATTHEWS: Why do you think that is?


    PAIGE: Greg’s death has taken a toll on me. At one point, he was a man I loved, and then out of nowhere, he is murdered by some ex-enemy.


    DR. MATTHEWS: Are you still afraid of the man who shot Greg?


    PAIGE: If you are asking if I still have the nightmare of him coming after me, and my son Douglas, then yes; I am afraid.


    DR. MATTHEWS: Let’s talk about Douglas. While you were away from California, and apart from Greg, you adopted this sweetheart of a boy. You moved back, started to reconcile with Greg. You told me that Douglas even became friends with Greg, and started to think of him as a father. Then, Greg dies. What kind of a toll has that taken on Douglas?


    PAIGE: A big one. My Dougie is a strong boy. He just got home from college, and we are grieving together. We are grieving together, big time.


    DR. MATTHEWS: Do you feel as if he is the only person that you can lean on?


    PAIGE: You bet I feel that way.



    At Brian and Kate’s Home, Brian enters. He is holding the mail from this morning, and is on the phone. He sits the mail down on the counter, but the phone remains in use.


    BRIAN: Sorry, I had to come home early. I know. You can take it out of my check. I just have things to do, for my family. We are grieving the loss of a family friend. Goodbye.


    Brian hangs up the phone, and starts up the stairs.


    He goes up to his room, and hears Kate talking on the phone.


    KATE (V.O.): Listen, no one will ever find out. I just love you so much. I am ready to leave Brian. I just want out of this loveless marriage. He won’t touch me, let alone talk. Our daughter, Sasha, is the only thing I look forward to.


    Kate hears a squeak.


    KATE: I think he’s home. Bye.


    Brian steps into the room. Kate begins to kiss him, but he holds back.


    KATE: Honey, is everything okay? You seem, distant.


    BRIAN: I heard everything, Kate. When were you planning to tell me that you are leaving me?


    Kate is in utter shock.



    At the Cunningham Home, Abby is having tea with Karen.


    ABBY: I am so glad that we have started to do these things.


    KAREN: I am too. In a way, Greg’s death has brought the whole cul-de-sac closer together. It feels like old times, again.


    ABBY: Old times? Backstabbing, affairs, lying? Those old times.


    The ladies have a subtle laugh.


    KAREN: Seaview Circle is quite the place to live.


    ABBY: Yes, it is.


    KAREN: How are you doing with all of this?


    ABBY: I’m fine. I mean, sure, it was a hard thing to go through, but I’m fine. How are you doing with all of this? Especially having Meg in your life.


    KAREN: I’m good, and Meg has her son. She knows what she has to do for Eli.


    ABBY: I love that boy.


    KAREN: I do too. And, she got him through in vitro. What a story that is. Hey, I have a proposition for you. I hope you consider it.


    ABBY: What is it?


    KAREN: How would you like to come visit Sid’s gravesite with me tomorrow morning?


    ABBY: I don’t know how I feel about that.


    KAREN: You can say no. Just a thought.


    ABBY: (sighs) You know what? Let’s do it. It has been an awfully long time since I last visited my brother, to talk. I’m game for it.


    KAREN: Wonderful.


    The women clink their glasses together.



    At Gary and Val’s, Gary hangs up his phone, as Val enters.


    VAL: Who was that, Gary?


    GARY: That was Lucy.


    VAL: How is our sweet girl?


    GARY: She’s good. She delivered some news to me.


    VAL: What’s that?


    GARY: She just bought a house here.


    VAL: Really?


    GARY: Yes.


    VAL: (laughs) Oh, that’s fantastic!


    Gary and Val embrace with smiles.


    They then go to the couch to sit down.


    VAL: I had no idea she was going to leave Dallas and Southfork.


    GARY: I didn’t either.


    VAL: Do you think this could have to do with Christopher passing?


    GARY: I think that is part of it. She took that very hard, as did all of us Ewings. I think she just needs to have a fresh start.


    VAL: I think you’re right. When is she arriving?


    GARY: Tomorrow.


    VAL: Oh, I’m so excited!


    Val curls up to Gary.



    Back at Paige’s therapist office, Paige looks out the window, as her therapist continues to sit in her chair, and take notes.


    DR. MATTHEWS: With your son growing up, is a full relationship still there, or did you need Greg’s death to reconnect you two?

    PAIGE: I didn’t need Greg’s death. But, this did reconnect us. Dougie and I have been falling apart, when it comes to communication.


    DR. MATTHEWS: Why do you think that is?


    Paige turns back to her therapist, and paces.


    PAIGE: Life, like you said. He is getting older. He doesn’t need his mommy there 24/7 to guide him anymore. He is his own person.


    DR. MATTHEWS: Does that make you upset?


    PAIGE: Of course, it does. I’m his mother. Mothers always have an obligation to fulfill a checklist, to make sure that their baby is safe. I raised that boy from the time he was two months old. I’m still raising him.


    DR. MATTHEWS: Before we end things here today, I want you to walk away with this question. Do you feel as if you have a bigger obligation to Douglas, more than normal, because he did not know his true parents?



    Afternoon has fallen upon Knots Landing. Meanwhile at The Cunningham Home, Abby pours Karen a fresh cup of tea.


    KAREN: Thank you.


    ABBY: Of course.


    KAREN: Now, I don’t want you to feel pressured.


    ABBY: Karen, I said it was a wonderful idea. I know that it will be.


    KAREN: Okay. Listen, I hope we can start to do this more often.


    ABBY: I hope so too.


    KAREN: So, I heard a little rumor.


    ABBY: There’s the old Seaview Circle you were referring too. So, what is this little rumor that you heard about me, as of recently?


    KAREN: I heard you were dating someone.


    ABBY: Oh, I was, but that was scrapped.


    KAREN: How come you didn’t tell me?


    ABBY: I did not want to burden you.


    KAREN: You can burden me anytime you would like. I still consider you a sister, Abby. I will always consider you as such.


    Abby reaches across the table. Her and Karen link hands.


    ABBY: Thank you.



    Back at Brian’s and Kate’s Home, Brian and Kate back away from one another.


    BRIAN: Are you telling me that our marriage is over?


    KATE: I just need time alone.


    BRIAN: Time alone spells over, when it comes to a marriage.


    KATE: Not always.


    BRIAN: Y…


    KATE: Look at your mother.


    BRIAN: Listen, why are you leaving me?


    KATE: It has been no secret. You have not touched me in months. You have not looked at me, taken me somewhere special in months. I don’t live like that. I need to be loved, Brian. I need passion in my life. I need a man who is all in for me. You are not presenting that to me, in any way possible.


    BRIAN: Kate, I love you with all of my heart. I have been busy, but the one thing I count on at the end of the day, is knowing that I have a beautiful wife at home waiting for me.


    KATE: I love you too, but you don’t show me love, anymore. That is why I am ending this for now. You say you love me, but you don’t show it. You would be absolutely insane to say that you did show it to me.


    BRIAN: We have been through so much. We have raised a daughter together. We have been married for twenty five years, and you just want to throw that away, because I didn’t take you to Red Lobster and a movie one night.


    KATE: It is more than one night! The last time we had sex was two years ago! I can’t live like that! Brian, a good couple knows when to be physical, when to go on a date. Most importantly, a good husband knows when to tell his wife she is beautiful.


    BRIAN: I’m not gonna give up on you.


    KATE: Looks like you’re gonna have to.



    At Jefferson Memorial Hospital, Val enters. She is on her phone, as she stops off of the elevator. She walks up to the front desk.


    VAL: Yes. No problem. I will stop by the store. Love you too, Gary.



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