"Knots Landing" packed plenty of drama into its decade-plus run, with more marriages, murders and scandals than you'd expect to find on a quiet Los Angeles cul-de-sac. Take our quiz to test your knowledge of the show's most memorable moments.
"Knots Landing" is a "Dallas" spinoff that focuses on Gary and Val Ewing as they move from Dallas to Los Angeles.
"Knots Landing" premiered Dec. 27, 1979, and ran until 1993.
The prime-time drama consisted of 344 episodes over 14 seasons, making it one of the longest-running series in TV history.
Val and Gary and the rest of the gang live on a cul-de-sac called Seaview Circle, located in Granada Hills, California.
Michele Lee played Karen MacKenzie in 344 episodes, making her the only character to appear in every episode of "Knots Landing."
The show originally focused on four couples, including Gary and Val Ewing, Karen and Sid Fairgate, Laura and Richard Avery and Ginger and Kenny Ward.
Sid Fairgate dies at the end of season two after his car goes over a cliff.
Karen marries Mack MacKenzie after losing Sid to a terrible car accident.
Shackelford reprised his role as Gary Ewing from "Dallas" on "Knots Landing."
After Val and Gary remarry and move to Los Angeles, their second attempt at wedded bliss ends when Abby and Gary begin an affair.
Val and Gary have three children: oldest daughter Lucy and twins Bobby and Betsy.
Val marries Ben Gibson, then later weds Danny Waleska, after she and Gary split.
At the end of "Knots Landing," Gary learns Val is still alive and reunites with her at the ocean to marry her for the third time.
Val's mom, Lilimae Clements, played by Julie Harris, moves out to Los Angeles to live with Val and Gary during season three of the show.
Abby goes to Seaview Circle to visit big brother Sid on her way to San Diego, but she likes Los Angeles so much she decides to stay.
While Gary is charged with Ciji's death, viewers later learn that Chip Roberts is the real killer.
Joshua Rush, played by Alec Baldwin, dies after trying to push Cathy Geary off a roof.
Sheridan played Paige Matheson on 181 episodes of "Knots Landing."
Former singer Michelle Philips played jet-setter Anne Matheson on the show.
Jerry Sollars from Chicago becomes Frank Williams after moving to Los Angeles, thanks to the Witness Protection Program.
Kate Whittaker was a tennis hopeful until bumping into Gary Ewing at a barbecue and breaking her arm.
Abby weds Jeff Cunningham, Gary Ewing, Charles Scott and Greg Summer, for a total of four marriages.
In its attempt to catch Gary Ewing, the Wolfbridge Group kidnaps Abby and shoots Karen at the end of season five.
In true "Knots Landing" fashion, Gary and Val are told that their twins have died at birth when the kids have actually been kidnapped and sold on the black market.
Paige accidentally kills Peter, leaving Abby to bury the body in concrete in an attempt to hide the crime.
In an effort to take out her romantic rival, Jill Bennett forces Val to swallow sleeping pills at gunpoint.
After seeing Cathy, who looks just like the dead Ciji, Chip Roberts falls back onto a pitchfork and dies.
After marrying Val, the crazy Danny tries to attack Julie and ends up falling in the pool and drowning.
Ben meets Val while working as a reporter and writing a story about Gary. He eventually falls in love with Val and marries her before fleeing to South America.
The long-running series won just one Emmy award in 1987 despite several nominations in the early '80s.