Synopsis by Hal Erickson
In Part One of the TV-movie adaptation of Dominick Dunne's An Inconvenient Woman, we saw how billionaire businessman Jason Robards compromised his marriage and reputation by falling for poverty-stricken waitress Rebecca DeMornay. In Part Two, Ms. DeMornay is confronted by Robards' outwardly understanding wife Jill Eikenberry. Distressed that her handpicked husband would choose so common a bedmate, Ms. Eikenberry quietly plots revenge. What follows is murder on the part of Robards, and blackmail on the part of one of the ladies. After its initial two-part network debut, An Inconvenient Woman was boiled down to one single 126-minute movie for syndication and videocassette.
extramarital-affair, tycoon, blackmail, murder, revenge, waiter, wife