Previously, on "Who called who what and when" Dec 81. Jason calls Turner Bates dirty and a drifter. Turner Bates calls Jason drunk. Emma calls Jason dead. Julia calls Emma catatonic. Julia calls funerals upsetting. Angela calls Julia impetuous. Angela calls Jason a man of the soil. Gus calls Jason's death a mystery. Angela calls Gus unskilled. Chase calls Gus his right hand man. Chase calls Angela the Queen of the Mountain. Angela calls Chase a proud man, a stubborn man and the oldest Gioberti man in the family. Paul calls Chase the only man he ever knew who could fly a chopper like it was a fighter plane. Vicky calls Chase the homey type. Julia calls Chase a war hero. Lance calls Chase a problem. Chase calls himself a nerd. Chase calls Maggie a fine writer. Maggie calls Vicky a great plasterer and very intuitive. Maggie calls Cole nineteen years old. Chase calls Cole an archeology buff. Lance calls Cole an honest lad, a doer of good deeds and a dumb eastern preppy. Cole calls Lance a swell guy. Angela calls Lance exceedingly irresponsible and smug. Angela calls Jason's house dilapidated. Chase calls Angela's house a hornet's nest. Paul calls Chase's newfound morality insipid. Chase calls Paul the kind of guy that's got to make an entrance. Maggie calls Chase and Paul a couple of overgrown kids. Maggie calls Cole and Vicky born and bred New Yorkers. Vicky calls the Tuscany Valley the middle of nowhere. Angela calls the Tuscany Valley a small gossipy little town. Cole calls the Tuscany Valley Lance's little kingdom. Angela calls Falcon Crest a kingdom. Douglas calls Falcon Crest Angela's first love. Angela calls Douglas an early riser and a sentimentalist. Angela calls a vineyard an unforgiving mistress. Jan 82. Lance calls Tony a phoney. Lance calls himself the heir to Falcon Crest. Lance calls Falcon Crest a mad house. Chase calls himself mad as hell. Lance calls Chase one hell of a poker player. Angela calls Lance prideful. Julia calls Lance Lord of the Manor. Turner Bates calls himself King of the Road. Gus calls Turner Bates a loser. Angela calls Turner Bates dangerous. Cole calls Turner Bates kinda weird and some jerk. Cole calls Michael West some jerk who wants to put Vicky in a movie. Chase calls Michael West pathetic scum. Chase calls Rimrock Canyon awfully rough country. Chase calls Angela the Dragon Queen. Vicky calls Angela a witch. Cole calls Angela a tough lady. Maggie calls Angela a tough lady. Angela calls Maggie a very sharp New Yorker dying of boredom in the Valley. Angela calls Rome beautiful. Angela calls Macbeth delightful. Angela calls Sheriff Tobias a dunce. Angela calls kidnapping a federal offence. Diana calls Vicky the perfect fantasy girl. Cole calls Vicky Nerd Face. Mario calls himself the first person in his whole family who has ever had an opportunity to go to college. Feb 82. Julia calls Wagner's Ring Cycle too long. Vicky calls the Giobertis a little weird. Vicky calls Mario really hung up on this ethnic stuff. Chase calls Mario a liar and a coward. Maggie calls Chase very sensitive to his past. Carl calls Chase the best hope we've got. Angela calls Chase a dreamer, a wild-eyed radical and a threat to the community. Vicky calls Chase obsessed with Falcon Crest. Carlo calls Angela the lovely matriarch of Falcon Crest. Lori calls Falcon Crest awesome. Lance calls Lori the only person that's ever allowed him to feel anything. Angela calls Lori Lance's little shop girl. Angela calls Melissa Lance's obligation. Angela calls Elizabeth an obligation from the past. Julia calls Elizabeth one of Angela's pet charities. Julia calls Emma pregnant. Vicky calls Emma different. Angela calls Emma flawed. Emma calls her baby dead. Lance calls Ed McKay dead. Elliot calls Chase politically dead. Eberhardt calls Angela a dead woman. Lance calls Eberhardt a maniac. Lance calls Angela larger than life. Maggie calls Angela dangerous. Jacqueline calls Angela treacherous. Angela calls Jacqueline a ruthlessly ambitious woman. Philip calls Jacqueline a very wealthy woman and a tough opponent. Elliot calls himself an old man with an awful lot of money and no place to spend it. Chase calls himself madder than hell. Maggie calls Eberhardt angry enough and disturbed enough to kill. Mar 82. Melissa calls Cole a man of the soil. Lance calls Cole a big New York tough guy. Angela calls Cole a nobody. Angela calls Melissa a young lady of breeding. Vicky calls Melissa a man-eater. Lance calls Melissa the woman he's supposed to marry. Bill calls Cole a rotten friend. The minister calls Bill a vibrant young man with a spirt of adventure and the heart of a poet. Carl calls Bill's death a stupid ridiculous senseless accident. The minister calls death an inevitable tragedy that all of us must face. Douglas calls himself too mean to die. Angela calls Douglas a stubborn man. Philip calls Carlo the only man in the valley whose holdings remotely rival Angela's. Philip calls Chase a very single minded individual. Chase calls Emma one bizarre lady. Angela calls Emma erratic and distracted. Emma calls herself disturbed, crazy and impossible to live with. Apr 82. Philip calls Cole criminally violent. Philip calls Vicky sexually promiscuous. Lance calls Cole the clean cut type. Cole calls Lance a snake and a bastard. Lance calls himself insanely jealous. Melissa calls Lance just like everyone else at Falcon Crest. Melissa calls the Agretti vineyards second only to Falcon Crest. Melissa calls herself just as much a part of Falcon Crest as anyone. Philip calls Falcon Crest a multi-million dollar enterprise. Philip calls Angela a woman of great pride. Melissa calls Angela ruthless. Carlo calls Melissa his only child. Carlo calls Chase no fool. Angela calls Chase a fool and a fraud. Cole calls Chase a little paranoid. Maggie calls Chase a complete workaholic. Lance calls Emma a kleptomaniac. Philip calls Emma an unstable personality. Chase calls Emma practically a prisoner in her mother's house and the key to this whole thing. Douglas calls Emma a very fragile girl. Father Bob calls Douglas a strong man and an empire builder. Father Bob calls the San Francisco Globe one of the major social forces of our day. Philip calls Richard Channing Douglas's son and the primary beneficiary of the San Francisco Globe. Philip calls Martin Deering one of these do-gooders who harbour notions of justice and equality that fly in the face of tradition. Mr Lomax calls Chao Li some Chinese guy. Oct 82. Angela calls Alicia a poor darling. Alicia calls Gus a good man. Angela calls Gus's death a tragedy to all of us. Chase calls Gus the first real friend he had in the valley. Angela calls Phillip her best friend. Lance calls Phillip a handsome devil. Lance calls his marriage to Melissa a sham. Emma calls Lance rude. Emma calls Melissa two-faced. Angela calls Emma a disturbed young woman. Julia calls Emma gone. Phillip calls Emma a lot brighter than we give her credit for. Phillip calls Carlo more than a simple vineyardist. Angela calls Carlo a madman. Richard calls Carlo an old man past his prime. Carlo calls Richard a true war monger. Carlo calls Cole scum. Cole calls Carlo dead. Sheriff Robbins calls Carlo's death a straight up out and out murder. Richard calls Carlo's murder a great story. Phillip calls Richard the bastard son of Angela's ex-husband. Angela calls Richard's birth an unfortunate accident. Richard calls Angela the source of his father's marital failings and the woman who's going to help him deliver the entire California wine industry to Henri Denault. Phillip calls Henri Denault a potent trading figure who seems to be sticking his thumb into the international money market pie. Henri Denault calls newspapers economic anachronisms. Richard calls simplicity the key to genius. Mario calls his puppy Te Amo. Nov 82. Tony calls Falcon Crest a cancer. Angela calls Falcon Crest a business not a charity. Angela calls labour a commodity. Angela calls the New Globe trash. Chase calls the New Globe a scandal sheet. The New Globe calls itself a fearless champion of individual rights unfettered by special interests. Richard calls himself a sentimentalist. Chase calls Richard simple minded. Angela calls Chase shortsighted. Chase calls a murder charge a damn tough thing to be up against. Cole calls his arraignment the social event of the season. Lance calls his marriage a complete sham. Melissa calls Lance obvious, brazen and a fool. Lance calls Melissa the laughing stock of the valley and a slut. Melissa calls Cole the father of her baby. Melissa calls her baby Joseph. Julia calls Joseph a good name and solid. Dr Howell calls Joseph susceptible. Angela calls Joseph stronger than the doctors think. Chase calls Angela afraid to let herself be human. Cole calls himself left handed. Maggie calls Cole innocent. Chase calls Maggie's father short and very bald. Chase calls Maggie's screenplay darn good. Maggie calls Katherine a good deal older than Cole. Steve Barton calls Katherine an older woman and a liability. Nick calls himself old enough to be Vicky's father and Count Dracula. Miss Hunter calls Richard Prince Charming. Miss Hunter calls Chase a knight in shining armour on a holy quest. Miss Hunter calls the Tuscany Valley the product of some writer's fertile imagination. Dec 82. Melissa calls Dr Edson the best neonatalist in the world. Dr Edson calls love the best medicine of all. Melissa calls Joseph a tiny speck of life and a means to ultimately control Falcon Crest. Richard calls Joseph the key to Falcon Crest. Chase calls Richard dangerous, deceptive, violent and unpredictable. Phillip calls Richard clever and manipulative. Jacqueline calls Richard the lesser of two evils. Richard calls Jacqueline Mother. Angela calls Jacqueline a bitch. Jacqueline calls Angela the enemy. Richard calls Angela a very formidable lady. Richard calls Phillip a man of ethics and principles. Phillip calls Eric Kenderson heavily connected, eminently exploitable and a drug addict. Maggie calls herself a grandmother. Chase calls himself Prince Charming. Maggie calls Chase a wise and wonderful man. Chase calls Maggie an impulsive creature. Maggie calls Hollywood very discouraging. Vicky calls Chase's pancakes pitiful. Linda calls herself a Boston Pops washout. Jan 83. Phillip calls Amanda the woman he loves. Phillip calls Jacqueline a very private woman. Richard calls Melissa one of the more interesting women he has ever met, if only because she's so damn devious. Melissa calls Richard nothing but scum. Diana calls Richard obsessed with hurting anyone involved with Falcon Crest, whatever the cost. Angela calls Richard childish, spiteful and vermin. Melissa calls Lance just like Richard, childish, spiteful, his own worst enemy and a fool if he thinks he can divorce her. Chao Li calls Lance an outcast to this family. Julia calls Joseph the only joyful thing that's happened to this family in years. Lance calls Joseph a little bastard. Angela calls Joseph the key to the Agretti vineyards. Lance calls the Agretti vineyards vital to Falcon Crest's wines. Angela calls Lance Joseph's legal father. Cole calls Joseph his child. Melissa calls Joseph an innocent child. Melissa calls Chase the only one around here who seems to care what happened to her father. Maggie calls Chase a dime store Dick Tracy. Maggie calls Angela the Wicked Witch of the West. Angela calls Lori that little tramp in San Francisco. Melissa calls Lori that little slut and Lance's sleazy little girlfriend. Melissa calls the New Globe a sleazy little newspaper. Chase calls the New Globe a scandal rag. Richard calls the New Globe's legal department a bunch of clucking old hens. Richard calls himself damned. Richard calls Jacqueline an adulteress. Jacqueline calls Richard bitter. Jacqueline calls Vicky infatuated. Angela calls Vicky an embarrassment to everyone. Chase calls Vicky a young adult who doesn't seem to have any direction in life. Chase calls wine making an art, a ritual, a tradition and more than just land and money and power. Angela calls wine making a business, pure and simple. Angela calls Puccini a master of intrigue and passion. Feb 83. Angela calls Amanda a charming person. Phillip calls Amanda a mistake. Phillip calls himself a living breathing man with certain needs. Phillip calls us all mere performers upon the stage of life. Angela calls Phillip a bit presumptuous. Richard calls himself and Phillip an unbeatable team. Richard calls himself a bad loser. Paolo calls Richard an extortionist. Angela calls Richard the enemy. Melissa calls Angela the enemy. Melissa calls Lori that little bimbo in San Francisco. Melissa calls Cole the new crown prince of Falcon Crest. Lance calls Cole the preacher's son. Lance calls Chase Detective Gioberti. Richard calls Lance wet behind the ears. Richard calls Emma Vice President of Internal Affairs. Emma calls herself a high powered business executive and a whizz at solving problems. Emma calls Falcon Crest the same old war zone it's always been. Emma calls Maggie and Chase both stubborn and full of pride. Maggie calls Chase possessed. Chase calls Julia a mystery buff. Chase calls Angela a woman who had a lifelong feud with Carlo Agretti. Angela calls Henri Denault a Nazi. Sister Marie Therese calls Henri Denault the Dark Angel and a traitor who sold secrets to the Germans. Mar 83. Angela calls Melissa the raisin queen of the Tuscany Valley. Angela calls Nick the man with the foam rubber spine. Richard calls Henri Denault a man who symbolised American ingenuity. Fong calls Winston Fong a great man and an old man but a strong man. Fong calls Carlo a rich man, a powerful figure, but he had no heart. Sheriff Robbins calls Fong an accessory to murder. Chase calls Fong a key to many questions. Chase calls Phillip an acrobat. Richard calls Phillip a big San Francisco legal legend. Richard calls Julia Falcon Crest's master winemaker. Richard calls Chase sick and a vulture. Richard calls Sheriff Robbins a vulture, Angela Channing's puppet and a two bit sheriff. Richard calls Diana a terrible disappointment, her voracious sexual appetite aside. Richard calls the cartel a complex organisation. Richard calls Vicky the cream of the crop and the loveliest bride he's ever seen. Vicky calls Nick all she could ever ask for. Chase calls Nick a member of the family. Angela calls Chao Li a part of the family. Julia calls the family a snake pit. Chase calls Julia full of surprises. Julia calls Cole made to order and a little hothead with a history of trouble with Carlo. Jan 86. Riley calls Sudden Friendship a dandy book. Emma calls Sudden Friendship wonderful and romantic. Angela calls Sudden Friendship libellous and disappointing. Maggie calls Sudden Friendship half fact, half fiction. Greg calls himself sick to death of Jordan's half-truths. JJ calls Jordan his special little girl. Angela calls Terry a high-priced call girl and an entertaining little pest. Angela calls Melissa a cheap little conniver. Angela calls Miss Jones a presumptuous little thing. Greg calls Robin a poor thing. Maggie calls Robin a scared little girl and confused. Christopher calls himself confused about life, about love. Lance calls Christopher a threat. Melissa calls Christopher the best friend she ever had. Cole calls Melissa a tramp. Melissa calls Cole cruel. Melissa calls herself a fool. Harriet calls herself alone. Terry calls herself the next Mrs Richard Channing. Lance calls Peter the next Howard Hughes. Emma calls Dwayne the Peter Stavros of trucking. Angela calls Dwayne three classes below Emma. Dwayne calls Emma a practical woman. Richard calls Angela Spider Woman. Richard calls Terry's marriage proposal senseless. Jordan calls Terry's marriage proposal bizarre. Angela calls Terry and Richard's marriage a coalition. Chase calls himself and Richard reluctant partners. Jordan calls Richard absolutely intolerable. Richard calls Jordan Little Miss Perfect. Maggie calls Richard and Terry perfect for each other. Jordan calls JJ the perfect father, brilliant and a bastard. Jordan calls herself an ungrateful daughter. Greg calls Jordan a spoiled brat. Terry calls Greg a bore. Terry calls Richard a good looking man. Christopher calls Chase a decent man. Ralph calls JJ a powerful man. Greg calls JJ a man of principle, a pillar of the community and the ideal of every young attorney in this state. Greg calls JJ's political philosophy homespun. Greg calls politics much dirtier than he ever imagined. Angela calls politics ninety percent personality and ten percent double talk. Angela calls Chase an interloper. Angela calls Philippe headstrong. Lance calls Philippe a high stakes gambler who doesn't like to lose, especially an inheritance.