'Melrose Place' Reunion Part 2: Buried Alive, 'Drunk Alison'

Entertainment Weekly brings together the hit-'90s show's cast for a special interview.
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Transcript for 'Melrose Place' Reunion Part 2: Buried Alive, 'Drunk Alison'
Amy robach is back this monday because it's another "melrose monday." It's the nighttime soap opera to watch. We teamed up with "entertainment weekly" to bring the cast again today. Amy, you are back. You have special access because of your husband, andrew shue. Once wasn't enough. We needed to come back and do the next version of the "melrose" reunion. It was so much fun interviewing my husband in his old world. And more importantly, learning the secrets behind their favorite moments. The show in his seven seasons, had dramatic soap operas, dramedy plots, some admittedly ridiculous. We had so much fun together. I loved it when we buried richard. Alive. Played by patrick muldoon. He was alive. Alive. The hand came out of the ground. I remember shovels. We had the giggles. Reporter: They were all here. Matt, kimberly, billy, allison, sydney, jo, jake, jane, and their special guest star, heather locklear as amanda. Maybe if you got your m.D. From a real college, instead of off matchbook, you would know what you were talking about. Do you have a favorite line? No, they were all good. It was hard to deliver them. Like how dare you? . I got many more choice words. All I need is aspirin. I, for one, am leaving. I loved drunk allison. Get your hand off me. I don't know why I thought we could have a conversation. You were drunk when you walked in. I remember the scene, allison got her eye sight back. Everyone was being so nas, she didn't tell anybody. Playing blind when I wasn't, that was my favorite storyline. Take it off now. Jane and sydney, josie and a, got the giggles on the set. We had the one scene, my grandma called, she's like, what's wrong? Something is wrong with grandma? I said, gram's got ammonia, not pneumonia. She goes, sit under the kitchen sink? We couldn't stop laughing. We had to have someone come in and be the other person. We couldn't look at each other. Could not finish the day together. Does michael know about this? Reporter: Doug savant takes pride in playing a gay character, one of the first on network tv, years before "will & grace." I'm proud to be part of the history of gay characters in network television. He was marginalized. But he existed. He was the only one in network television. It was an important step. We have come a long way for that. Wait, did you call him tom? Oh, matt. I was -- tom was -- tom was "desperate housewives." Reporter: I found it a little different to interview my own husband. If the show was so great and the backstage, you know, was just so much fun and everything about it was great, why did you leave acting? I wanted to move back east and be a businessman. I just had plan to meet you. I figured if I'm not back east, I'm never going to meet the love of my life, and it happened. Good answer. Nicely done. Oh, you can see why I married him. He's so sweet. What a keeper. So smooth. He is. He always knows exactly what to

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