Blake is scheming, Jeff’s health is in question, and Fallon’s marriage is beginning to go downhill courtesy of Eva. Read on to find out what happens in Dynasty season 4, episode 20, “You Vicious, Miserable Liar.” Stay tuned for our recap of episode 21, which also aired last night.
The ultimate betrayal
Ever since the Carringtons threw Sam and La Mirage under the bus to protect their own from prying reporters having questions about Leo, Sam has had a rough time getting business. People are canceling their stay and reporters are calling him nonstop.
Because of this, he decides that maybe it’s time for him to think further about expanding the hotel by opening one in Los Angeles. Kirby is upset he didn’t tell her sooner, however, nothing is set in stone.
Sam realizes that buying a hotel is basically running from his problems. So, he decides to confront Blake and Cristal. They try to rectify the situation with empty apologies and wine tastings, which isn’t enough for Sam. They’ve tarnished his hotel brand and if they really see him as family, they wouldn’t have done that in the first place.
Fallon’s Hollywood ending
Kirby gives Fallon a magazine that helps inspire her to go to Los Angeles and fix her marriage with a mediator. She leaves Colin in charge of the office while she’s away and tells Eva not to bother her with any business-related things. As Fallon exits, Eva shoots Liam a text asking him what he’s up to.
The only way anything can get fixed is if Liam is also there, but he won’t answer any of her calls. Fallon calls the office to ask Eva if she’s heard from him at all, and Eva says he hasn’t, prying on exactly why Fallon is in Los Angeles. Fallon tells her and Eva looks more than elated. While on the phone with Fallon, she buys two tickets to see Brian Rosenthal and gives Liam a call asking him if he’d like to go with her.
When Fallon returns, Eva gives her notes of all the calls she missed while she was away. One in particular sticks out, a divorce attorney. Fallon thinks Liam must have hired him because he wants a divorce, but when Eva walks away, it’s clear she’s planting yet another seed. His missing pillow and the workers at the manor saying he was there briefly don’t help the cause. Colin appears in the office after hours because Eva needed him to drop off some files. While he’s there and Fallon’s confiding in him, things between them get hot and heavy, to say the least.
Jeff’s big investment
Jeff needs more money to get himself to Mars. At first, he asks for assistance from others to help get the funding, then he shifts to his internal assets. He’s selling off his own profitable business ventures to invest that money back into himself.
Jeff begins to think that he’s being spied on and there’s some corporate espionage going on. Culhane wonders if he’s still taking his neurotoxicity medication, which Jeff is offended by; of course, he’s still taking his medication. When Culhane leaves, he throws the bottle into his fire.