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Hot In Cleveland: Life With Lucci

Victoria's arch rival Susan Lucci comes to the ladies for support after her soap opera 'All My Children' is canceled. Joy and Melanie feel bad for her, but Victoria refuses to believe Lucci is on the level. Elsewhere, Elka talks basketball with Cleveland Cavaliers star Baron Davis.

Episode Info  

Episode number: 3x10
Production Number: 310
Airdate: Wednesday February 01st, 2012

Special Guest Stars
Susan LucciSusan Lucci
As Herself

Guest Stars
Gary Anthony SturgisGary Anthony Sturgis
As Cop
Baron DavisBaron Davis
As Himself
Destiny FernandezDestiny Fernandez
As Young Emmy
Jeanne SimpsonJeanne Simpson
As Dr. Kagan
Main Cast
Betty WhiteBetty White
As Elka Ostrovsky
Valerie BertinelliValerie Bertinelli
As Melanie Moretti
Jane LeevesJane Leeves
As Joy Scroggs
Wendie MalickWendie Malick
As Victoria Chase


The scene opens with Victoria screaming. She comes downstairs and says that Emmy’s rewrite of their script of her life makes Victoria come off as a “Mommy Dearest”. Victoria is glad that they are in Cleveland where they are forgiving. Elka says that it is too forgiving because of Barron Davis, point guard for the Cleveland Cavaliers. Melanie comes in and says that she has been bathing suit shopping. She says that Woman’s Day asks her to speak in Bermuda and it is women only. Melanie shows her choices and wants to squeeze into a skimpy bikini so that people will be jealous of her. The doorbell rings and Victoria sees that it is a delivery of flowers. Joy asks if she sent herself flowers again and Victoria says that she did. However, a familiar voice tells Victoria that they are from her. Victoria knows the voice and reveals that it is Susan Lucci. Dramatic music plays and everyone looks around. It is Elka’s new ringtone. She is experimenting with them. ..

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