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Melrose Place

Series Summary
This sudsy drama from Aaron Spelling focuses on the lives and loves of young adults in an apartment complex in Los Angeles. From the complicated scheming of scandals to the murderous plots of lovers, the residents at Melrose Place are more messed up than average folk.

Air Dates: 1992 - 1999

Genres: Drama, Romance

Network: FOX

  • Season 7, Ep. 35 : Asses to Ashes May 24, 1999

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    Seven years of sizzling sex and dirty tricks at Melrose Place come to an explosive end with both a wedding and a funeral.

  • Season 7, Ep. 34 : Dead Men Don't Shutup May 17, 1999

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    Eve recalls a traumatic moment in high school, uncovering a secret about Amanda; Megan walks in on Ryan and Terry.

  • Season 7, Ep. 33 : Lexi Gets Stiffed May 10, 1999

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    Amanda's scheme makes Peter demand a divorce from Eve; Lexi makes Tony Marlin an offer he can't refuse; Terry pursues Ryan.

  • Season 7, Ep. 32 : Floral Knowledge May 3, 1999

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    Competing against Lexi, Amanda torpedoes her relationship with Kyle and her friendship with Eve to win an account; Kyle and Jane become intimate.

  • Season 7, Ep. 31 : Bitter Homes and Guardians Apr 26, 1999

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    Amanda and Jane battle over Kyle; Michael and Lexi connive; Ryan wants to reconcile with his daughter and Megan.

critic reviews ( 3 )
fan reviews ( )
  • Hey, I make fun of Melrose Place — but I'm hypnotized by it. As warm-weather escapism, it takes all the issues facing this country, from unemployment to sexual harassment, and turns them into crises that can be solved in an hour. ... The show's most glaring flaw is that, like 90210, Melrose Place doesn't have a clue how to handle minority characters. show more

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    What you get for the most part is a "thirtysomething" minus the years, the wit, the plot complexities and the rapport between ensemble members. [8 July 1992] show more

  • While Melrose's comely denizens sometimes do indicate more about human nature than a GQ or W cover, the angst and Sturm und Drang of Melrose Place's escapades basically manifest not so much as a new p.o.v. but a change in zip codes and sideburn length. [8 July 1992] show more

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