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Who is Christopher's father ?

Discussion in 'Dallas original TV Series official forum' started by Digger Barnes, Jul 2, 2010.

  1. Digger Barnes

    Digger Barnes New Member

    Hi I'm new here , from the United Kingdom and currently watching the DVD's , now I'm at the start of season 5 where Kristin is found dead in the pool.

    I just wondered if it was ever revealed who is the father of baby Christopher ?

    I'm sure I've never seen these episodes as the earliest I can remember of Dallas was around 1987 ish when I was nine years old onwards...

    thanks for the help
  2. James from London

    James from London Well-Known Member

    All will be revealed by the end of the season. You don't really want us to tell you, do you?
  3. Digger Barnes

    Digger Barnes New Member

    ok , as long as we get to know thanks
  4. Bobby'sgirl

    Bobby'sgirl New Member

    His biological father was a man named Jeff Faraday who was living with Kristin in CA.
  5. James II

    James II Active Member

    J.R was also for a While
  6. SnarkyOracle!

    SnarkyOracle! Well-Known Member

    Which poster should die, I wonder.
  7. Bobby'sgirl

    Bobby'sgirl New Member

    Nice Snarky, now you're making death threats? How about just answering the question that was asked in the thread like James, JR's Son, and I did, instead of your typical pathetic bullying?
  8. JROG

    JROG Well-Known Member

    I don't get it. The original poster said they didn't want to know anymore. Did they not? Do people not read before posting?

  9. Scarlett

    Scarlett Well-Known Member

    That was how I read it. Perhaps spoiler tags would be more appropriate; if the poster changes his mind, he can click on them later. :)
  10. Bobby'sgirl

    Bobby'sgirl New Member

    Actually, no he did not. When he didn't receive THE ANSWER THAT HE ASKED FOR, he politely said, "ok , as long as we get to know thanks." So maybe YOU are the one who needs to read before criticizing those who did answer his question, huh?
  11. Bobby'sgirl

    Bobby'sgirl New Member

    I don't know how you got the impression from "ok , as long as we get to know thanks" that Digger didn't want the answer to his question anymore, but indeed if he "changes his mind", he, or anyone else that doesn't want to know, doesn't have to read the answer.
  12. Scarlett

    Scarlett Well-Known Member

    The main problem though was that the answer was so visible, you could scroll down and not realize you're getting the answer you may or may not have wanted. Spoiler tags are just a suggestion to keep things like this from happening, it's nothing to be upset over.

    Also, the original poster asked 'if it was ever revealed who is the father of baby Christopher ?', not 'who is Christopher's father'.
  13. graysonmom

    graysonmom New Member

    The name of the thread is "Who is Christopher's Father?" So I think the OP, and anyone else reading the thread should expect a spoiler, so there's no need for a spoiler tag. I think it was very nice of James from London, in the spirit of fun, to not respond with a direct answer, but I don't any of this is worth getting worked up about.
  14. Bobby'sgirl

    Bobby'sgirl New Member

    Ah Scarlett, the title of this thred IS "Who is Christopher's father?", NOT "Is is ever revealed who is the father of baby Christopher?" Had it been, my answer would have been a very simple "Yes it will be." I personally would not read a thread with a title that asks a question that I don't want to know the answer to, but I certainly wouldn't blame anyone for posting the answer to help the person who originally posted the question if I did. Reading a spoiler by mistake is indeed "nothing to be upset over."
  15. SnarkyOracle!

    SnarkyOracle! Well-Known Member

    Is there a poster out there who should potentially face a firing squad?

    Just asking.

    My curiosity is intellectual in nature.
  16. Bobby'sgirl

    Bobby'sgirl New Member

    LOL, are you sure that you really want to ask us that Snarky? You definately won't like who we'd choose.
  17. SnarkyOracle!

    SnarkyOracle! Well-Known Member

    Hmmmm... somebody's re-edited their posts to tone down some of their own rhetoric.


    But I had really considered starting a poll.
  18. Mrs. JR Ewing

    Mrs. JR Ewing Well-Known Member


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