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Melrose Place: Strange Bedfellows

Alison finds out that Steve is leaving for Europe in a few days and gives her a new jeep and confesses his feelings to her. Alison joins him for a weekend on his ranch but ends up cooling things with him because she wants to reconcile with Billy. Jake forces Palmer to confess to fraud on tape. After Palmer is able to convince Amanda that Jake set him up, she dumps him and plots to evict him. Michael falls out of bed and Sydney refuses to help him until he says sorry for his past actions. Billy and Amanda sleep together.


Episode Info


Episode number: 2x14
Production Number: 2393046
Airdate: Wednesday December 15th, 1993

Director: Nancy Malone
Writer: Dee Johnson


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Guest Stars
Laura LeightonLaura Leighton
As Sydney Andrews
Recurring
Melanie SmithMelanie Smith
As Celia Morales
Recurring
Parker StevensonParker Stevenson
As Steve McMillan
Recurring
Sam AndersonSam Anderson
As Agent Hill
Recurring
Wayne TippetWayne Tippet
As Palmer Woodward
Recurring
Debra PortDebra Port
As Woman #1
Kirk B.R. WollerKirk B.R. Woller
As Delivery Man
Sara MelsonSara Melson
As Billy's Date
Theresa Lee (2)Theresa Lee (2)
As Woman #3
Wendy ScherdorfWendy Scherdorf
As Woman #2
Main Cast
Thomas CalabroThomas Calabro
As Michael Mancini
Heather LocklearHeather Locklear
As Amanda Woodward
Josie BissettJosie Bissett
As Jane Andrews Mancini
Andrew ShueAndrew Shue
As Billy Campbell
Grant ShowGrant Show
As Jake Hanson
Courtney Thorne-SmithCourtney Thorne-Smith
As Alison Parker Hanson
Doug SavantDoug Savant
As Matthew Fielding Jr.
Daphne ZunigaDaphne Zuniga
As Jo Beth Reynolds
Music
ArtistSong TitlePlayed When
Patty SmythNo Mistake 


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