Video Rating: 4 / 5
@chuckgan SoapNet is being replaced in January for a Disney Kids channel.
Imiss this show. Liked it way far better than Dallas.
i wish SoapNet would start shwing reruns again. can’t find it anywhere, including dvd except season one.
I didn’t realize how subliminal these credits were. Beautiful Ben spent his last season shouting, being angry, just like these credits. Poor Ben At least he put Lillimae in a headlock before he left.
I SOOOO Miss Knots Landing…
My second favorite (DALLAS being my fave)
OMG! They’re so old and putty/spackle-face now! (know-what-I-mean, Joan??)
I like this opening best of all the KL years
Val and Ben Forever! These opening Title sequences are the best of any show,I love how you get a flavor from the clips of the characters.
Great! it is nice to see how they still kept up to this intro: The image at the end of Abby at sunset and Val in her sofa. A classic! Love the music and the images of them all.
It did until they killed off Laura.
@yaniv235 I didn’t like it either! He deserved better. At least he put Lillimae in a headlock before he left.
I miss Knots Landing…
this was the last doug sheehan opening in knots landing i didnt like hoe he got out from the show
in the first season dvd release while watching the first episode joan and ted did a commentary and they both said they decided to drop the accent b/c they felt it wasn’t working
Thats not really fair,Valene kept her Southern accent for a long time on Knots its when she made it as a successful writer,the accent was toned down,she was always very Southern with Lili Mae.
Linda Gray occasionally forgot to use a Texan accent on Dallas too.
Shortly after Knots Landing went on the air the Valene character, who would no longer guest star on Dallas “lost” her southern accent and talked California.
The flute version has now been uploaded.
You’re right. There was also a dominant bell motif, too. Strangely, when the series went into syndication the flute/bell theme was replaced with the 2nd version. The only way to get it is to find a copy of the original network airings from 1986.
NOW THATS TV,I love KNOTS!!!!!
I think of this credit sequence as a “transition” one, it is when the show was shifting from being a “late 70′s/early 80′s show to being a more late 80′s/early 90′s show….. by far my least favorite version of the song…
I might have a video version that came out on TNT many years ago. I have to look at vhs tapes, otherwise, I have an audio version on tape that I recorded live when I was a teen.
If we ever get to the season six DVD release, maybe it will show up.
Yes this theme is a bit harsh liked the first two seasons theme better.
No she was still for the beginning of the next season in the show.