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Episode 7 : The Namesake

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Season 2

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Richard schemes to buy a piece of county property earmarked for a park, on which he plans to build a memorial to Douglas Channing on one small part and plant a vineyard on the rest. While Chase vehemently opposes the plan, Richard plants a bomb in Nick's truck and successfully intimidates Nick to vote his way at the board of supervisors meeting. Leaving her prescribed bed rest in order to win Cole back from Katherine Demery, Melissa collapses and is taken to the hospital, where she delivers an u ...


Episodes
Episode 1 : The Challenge
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Episode 2 : The Arrival
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Episode 3 : Troubled Waters
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Episode 4 : Murder One
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Episode 5 : The Exposé
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Episode 6 : Home Away From Home
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Episode 8 : Choices
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Episode 9 : The Vigil
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Episode 10 : Confrontations
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Episode 11 : United We Stand...
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Episode 12 : ...Divided We Fall
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Episode 13 : Pas De Deux
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Episode 14 : Above Suspicion
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Episode 15 : Broken Promises
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Episode 16 : Deliberate Disclosure
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Episode 17 : Love, Honor and Obey
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Episode 18 : Separate Hearts
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Episode 19 : The Odyssey
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Episode 20 : Ultimatums
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Episode 21 : Maelstrom
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Episode 22 : Climax
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