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November 1st, 2019 under Dynasty

I grew up in NYC with Broadway. Therefore anytime anyone does a musical episode, I must see it. Whether I watch the show or not. Well, I watch Dynasty and I love the primetime soap. So when The CW sent out a screener for tonight’s episode at 9p, I had to watch it. I did not know it was a musical episode, so it was the surprise that kept on giving and giving. It is so magical, it will leave you speechless.

Fallon (Elizabeth Gillies) wants to win back Liam (Adam Huber) and she will do anything to get him back. Even risk getting arrested by trying to sneak into his bedroom to share something special with him. Sadly, his psycho mom will spoil her perfect plans.

Meanwhile back at Carrington manor, Adam (Sam Underwood) and Cristal (Daniella Alonso) are battling it out to run Blake’s (Grant Show) vineyard and wine line. Cristal is going to throw an invite-only party and Adam is going to sabotage every way he can. Including causing a rift between the newlyweds. Will it work?

I will tell you he does something that winds up messing with Fallon and she hears people singing when they are really talking. Thus, the musical episode. The first song she hears will be Tears For Fears’ Everybody Wants to Rule the World from her father and crazy brother. She will then sing Phil Collin’s Against All Odds to Liam. Only to have Sam (Rafael de la Fuente) sing The Supremes’ You Can’t Hurry Love to Her. Finally, we get a group number to Talking Head’s Burning Down the House.

After that, we find out what caused Fallon to have these delusions and someone will pay the price. Yet, we are the ones who get the rewards because this will be the trippiest hour of television this season.

Not everyone can sing, sorry, but they gave it their best effort. That makes this episode even more special than Glee. We knew those people could sing, while these actors are just having a huge blast going all out to make it the best episode possible. It truly is something to sing about. And I can’t stop singing its praises and Burning Down the House.

Whether you are a fan of the show or not, you will want to check it out. It is pretty much a standalone episode, so everyone can enjoy its wackiness. Maybe the newbies will come to love it like I do and continue watching it every week. Please do, I do not want this show to ever go away.


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