I think we missed this one. If I had to put money down I'd say JR, but I don't know - for some reason I'm also picturing Punk Anderson when he...
I believe that’s JR to Sue Ellen relatively early in the series (1st or 2nd full season) but I can’t place the exact scene
JR to Dusty in the Cotton Bowl - an old west showdown with a modern twist!
Q - gotta be quick these days on this thread or you're sure to double up on a letter before too long!
P - this fearsome criminal...
it really sounds like JR to Jock, maybe a little while after the Asian wells came in? I'm picturing Jock outside on the fake patio (it was late...
Also, as much as she's considered the 'wise matriarch' and beloved by many (I often fall into that camp), I like it when people point out that her...
yeah, as much as I love a fine "Lou's Bar & Grill" sign, that one's pretty bland compared to the cool neon 'Cocktails Backstage' one... I wonder...
was it JR to John Ross when Bobby was blind?
K - it's quite understandable - at times pretty much all of us develop a Kerchevalian fixation on the dastardly Mr. Ewing!
H - someone as hot as Pam dancing like this would bring a corpse to life, let alone a virile young man like 1978 Bobby!
D - doh! Beat to the punch by the LKP!
C - with her public profile as Miss Young Dallas and her experience on the SMU squad and as...
is that Pam (minutes before becoming a high-powered oil executive)?
Jock and Ellie may have wanted to keep the family together, but this character shouted:
I hate this family!
was that Mark Graison after he’d proposed to Pam?
I figured that must be you, LKP! I wasn’t sure if you were talking about the truck at the end or Pam at the new Braddock disco!
Yep, good ol' Willie Gust had a nice career after getting out of prison (a lenient Bobby decided not to press charges for kidnapping) with BJ and...
nope, but a similar setting, a few years earlier
close! here, I'll fill it in:
"This is going to be a real pleasure..." <smack!> "How dare you!"
something happens in between the two parts of the quote - I’d give it away if I described it with any detail, but the speaker does something to...
V - a menacing Bobby explained to the nervous, mildly corrupt file clerk Ritlin that in a state as vast as Texas, someone could go missing for...
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