Discussion in 'Dallas - The Original Series' started by Swami, Sep 12, 2016.
S - James Beaumont was a spulpin.
T - Ray Krebbs may have been good at a lot of things, but resisting temptation was not one of them
U - Tommy McKay often ate untherfit sa.
I wonder if Guzzler ever found success building those high rises down in Venezuela.
W - Alex Ward was a whillygoleerie.
X - if the success of them high rises down in Venezuela was a shirt size, it’d be an XXXL
Y - James Beaumont was a yiff-yaff.
Ewing and Bennett. The Zenith of high rise construction around the world.
A - at Bobby and Pam's remarriage, JR was Bobby's ailickie.
B - it was Bobby's 80-yard broken-field run, aided by Guzzler's key downfield block, that struck the fatal blow in the Longhorns' 14-7 win over the Colorado Buffaloes, cementing UT's position atop the UPI Coaches' Poll
C - Casey Denault was a clodpate.
D - even former Fort Worth Councilman Martin Cole's excruciatingly dull speech couldn't cool the invisible flames spontaneously igniting between impending lovers Cliff and Sue Ellen
E- James Beaumont and Michelle Stevens kiss in an elevator.
F - Vanessa "Granny" Beaumont was a fustilugs.
G - a coyly smug JR told a doting Sue Ellen that the sinking of the Venezuelan tanker full of oil Bobby had purchased was an act of God
H - Dandy Dandridge was a hobbledehoy.
I - hopped up on cheap booze delivered via mouthwash bottle, a very pregnant Sue Ellen scoured the driveway of Fletcher Sanitarium until she found a car with its keys in the ignition, a sporty late-model brown Pontiac coupe
J - Vanessa "Granny" Beaumont was a jabart.
K- Ken Kercheval
L - you could get all the essentials at the Landowne General Store - coffee, beans, bacon, shotgun shells... but the Ewing men got a bit more than they bargained for on this ill-fated trip.
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