But we know that already. We saw that in the way Ella (Katie Cassidy) looked at hot people - boys and girls - on Melrose Place. "We call her trisexual," she tells Radar Online. "It doens't matter. She's just a very sexual person. There's not much rehearsing as far as the sexuality goes. I just piece together a bunch of people in my life that sort of stood out to me in creating her. It's obvious to me. It's fun."
Last night's Melrose Place indeed opened up with more "obvious" sexuality. Auggie (Colin Egglesfield) finally showed some skin thanks to a shower scene. Thanks to flashbacks, meanwhile, we also saw his relationship with Sydney (Laura Leighton) back in their AA days.
The other big reveal on the Melrose Place episode was Violet (Ashlee Simpson-Wentz) telling Sydney that she was her daughter (they really jumped right to it, don't they?). I don't think anyone was shocked though - the hair alone were dead give-away's (pun). Moving to the other characters, as everyone predicted Riley (Jessica Lucas) and Jonah (Michael Rady) are starting to get boring, as sweet couples normally do after some time.
Speaking of sweet, Lauren (Stephanie Jacobsen) was again very sweet without trying, but I couldn't help but question the casting of the guy. Or the fact that there was no discount on account of he wasn't bad-looking at all. As for Ella, she is starting to become the center of the show, and I'm not sure if that's good or bad.
Catch more Melrose Place next week on the CW. Finally, something happens between the happy couple - and Auggie will somehow be involved. Meanwhile, Ella's job is once again on the line, and David (Shaun Sipos) has some serious accusations towards his dad. As for Violet, she continues to make her move on Auggie.