In the two-hour, nail-biting, cliff-hanging series final, Sarah's father arrives in Los Angeles for a visit, and tries to get her to alter her behavior over her drinking and drug use. Mr. Owens then confronts and beats up Ben for abusing his daughter and finally gets Sarah checked into a rehab center. Meanwhile, a smitten Cynthia wants to reconcile with Brian, but catches him in a compromising position with Anna, while at the same time Anna tries to get herself included as a bridesmaid for Adam and Monique's wedding. But Julie, Linda and Cynthia "encourage" Anna to back out when they push her down a small flight of stairs. After Carrie resigns from the agency, she finally tells Hillary about Grayson's new models who are all ultra-high priced call girls. After Hillary threatens to blow the whistle on Grayson, she figures out that Carrie betrayed her. So, Grayson successfully gets revenge when one of her prostitutes and a strong-armed bodyguard set up Carrie in a sting, whom they drug ...
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The series planned to bring Heather Locklear's Amanda Woodward (the daughter of Linda Gray's Hillary Michaels) into a recurring role in Season 2 by setting up this story late in Season 1. However, Fox told the producers that the show had a "1%" chance of returning, so they decided to not bother because they knew they wouldn't get any more episodes to tell that story. See more
For the re-runs on E! Entertainment Network, an ending was filmed a year later after this episode's air date to wrap up the cliff-hanger left unresolved. In the new version, Grayson was accidentally shot and killed by the bullet as she dove atop her son. Julie accepted a marriage proposal from Craig. Brian and Cynthia got back together. Anna was still around apparently to cause trouble. Hillary decided to close down the agency. Sarah was still in rehab. And Carrie apparently remained trapped in Central America with no happy resolution for her baffling plot twist. See more