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Favorite Night Time Soap Opera

We all remember Dallas. But who else out there loved to watch Falcon Crest, too? It was so cheesy.

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deleted_user
deleted_user

i loved both of those. As well as Dynasty and Knots Landing. I have the theme to Knots Landing on my cell as my ringtone.
wildstang1976
wildstang1976

dallas was my favorite but if i had to pick another it was knots landing i couldnt get into dynasty or falcon crest for some reason.
wildstang1976
wildstang1976

hey speaking of dallas any fans wanna join a group im gonna make one on the show maybe we can play trivia games and such ???

think ill try it
deleted_user
deleted_user

I was a Dynasty girl all the way. I loved that Alexis Carrington Dexter Colby (Joan Collins). I totally wanted to BE her. I especially loved her clothes and HATS.

I also loved the Dynasty spin-off, the Colbys. But I had to stop watching Dynasty when Fallon was abducted by aliens. That was too stupid for me.
deleted_user
deleted_user

I loved both Dynasty and Falcon Crest, I recently saw reruns of Dynasty on SoapNet - oh my was that really bad acting! LOL
79pounds
79pounds

falcon crest. i kept up with dallas and dynasty. but the only one i really made sure i watched was falcon crest. i'd watch that while i dressed and then i'd go out to a club. sooooo fun.
deleted_user
deleted_user

Beverly Hills 90210
vickybea
vickybea

Dallas
deleted_user
deleted_user

knots landing. i really liked it when dallas and knots crosssed over.
79pounds
79pounds

how about soap and mary hartman mary hartman. lol. what a hoot.