Discussion in 'Dallas - The Original Series' started by Bill Dilks, Jun 1, 2019.
This sounds like Cliff Barnes
I'm thinking Mitch.
Once we know, I'll repost Guzzler's from above.
It's Jock, as he meets JR and Maynard Anderson.
"I don't know, strange boy!"
Jock about Mitch?
Here's Guzzler's that we skipped over:
"What am I now, a bowl of chili?"
there were some other good quotes from that scene - I might throw out another one later in the thread (hint!), but here's one I found amusing (and also a good 'k' word for ABC of Dallas), from Jock (who also seemed a bit amused) to Maynard: "I heard your wife caught you in the kip with Jenna Wade" - getting right to the point, eh, Jock?
a hint on the 'chili' one - it took place in a car!
This thread is a heckuva lot harder than I thought I would be...
it can’t get much earlier in the series!
Was it in the car on the way home during the opening scene? Can't remember what caused the comment.
yep - when Pam started in on Bobby for just being the 'road man' at Ewing Oil instead of an executive
I should've known that!
"You live with vipers, you become a viper"!
Cliff Barnes to Pam.
"Do you want a root beer?"
hm, it's pretty close to Jock to Digger in Barbecue, "you can have a soda pop", but no cigar
Is this the Morgan Fairchild Jenna?
that's a good guess, but @Bill Dilks got it above - Pam to Bobby in the pilot.
(Jenna #1 says hi to us here on Soapchat!)
"Would Jock have given in?"
"Jock? Jock would've told him to go to the devil"
I meant the Jenna Jock was referring to when he used that awesome word "kip."
yep, that's her waving (to Bobby) through the T-top of the gold Firebird in the picture above!
Ok, so that Jenna is more of a....libertine than the Priscilla Presley one?
Rita Briggs to Sue Ellen as they meet to discuss Sue Ellen buying the baby.
"I've known Cliff Barnes all my life, and he's capable of many things...but not killing his wife!"
Let's look at this picture that Guzzler posted.
Dallas is a city on the move! Look first at the gold Firebird. It has the T-Tops so that people can see you while you are on the move.
And lets go across the lanes, one at a time, shall we?
The next lane over is a Chevrolet El Camino. Nothing more Texas than an El Camino. A car in the front and a truck in the back.
And let's go another lane over. You'll notice a pickup truck with a topper on back. When you want a pickup but you need to keep things out of the weather, you put them under that topper.
And the most Dallas thing of all-- the gold Firebird has a trailer hitch on back so you can take all your toys with you!
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