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Savannah: Pearls Before The Swine

After the explosion at the cabin, Dean - and the rest of Savannah - operate under the assumption that Lane died in the fire, and he is forced to break the news to Reese. Together, they commiserate over her "death", but their closeness is misinterpreted by a snooping Peyton... Lane, however, is alive and well, still with Milly, and despite numerous attempts to escape ends up locked in the basement once again, her fate solely in the hands of Milly... Back in Savannah, Tom and Veronica are both fingered as suspects in the setup that landed Reese a conviction, and the two go out of their way to ensure the other goes down for the crime. Meanwhile, Peyton takes in the high life at the Alexander mansion, but finds herself targeted by Eleanor - although Peyton's not without a few tricks up her sleeve; and Nick continues to investigate the Centurion Emerald, while trying to remain close to Travis' former friends.

Episode Info

Episode number: 2x2
Production Number: 4096
Airdate: Monday September 23rd, 1996

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Special Guest Stars
Scott Thompson Baker
As Brian Alexander
Ted Shackelford
As Charles Alexander
Wendy Phillips
As Lucille Richards

Guest Stars
Mimi Kennedy
As Eleanor Alexander
Taurean Blacque
As Detective Michael Wheeler

Co-Guest Stars
Bart Hansard
As Thug
Mary Nell Santacroce
As Millie Lester
Ron Clinton Smith
As S.S. Savannah Bartender
Sharon Blackwood
As Matilda
Aaron Davis
As Paramedic
Elizabeth Omilami
As Supervisor
Martha Knighton
As Customer Representative
Melanie Ramsay
As TV Reporter
Scott Oliver
As Infomercial Man
Warning: Savannah season 2 episode 2 guide may contain spoilers
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