Discussion in 'Dallas - The Original Series' started by Santa Swami, Sep 12, 2016.
U - James Beaumont's staple diet consisted of untherfit sa.
V - Update: Based on her Voracious...appetites, Marilee Stone just announced her engagement to (your name here) to allow for her participation in the Tundra Torque experiment.
W - Leslie Stewart lived in a wurley.
X - in earlier times, without the support network of Aunt Maggie and Pam and sometimes Cliff, Digger would have been lucky to end up in a xenodochium, cared for by strangers
Y -Mickey may not have been big, but he couldn't be called "Yella".
Z - Charlie Wade was a zumbador.
A - When Bobby Abdicated the throne at Ewing Oil, JR unsuccessfully tried to mock Bobby's accomplishments. Yet Jock wouldn't hear of it.
B - Dandy Dandridge was a blatherskite.
C - this was around the time when Jock's magnificent coiffure (seen below in its natural glory in Digger's Daughter) was replaced by a Jeb Ames-esque hairpiece as a result of Jim Davis's tragic illness
D- Dallas Decoder. Popular Dallas fan site.
E - Then there was Musty Dusty, Ever the saddle-tramp and the guy version of the Winger tramp, whose lines resonated with a forlorn Vanessa Beaumont styled whining.
F - Leslie Stewart was a fustilarian.
G - With all of the fine dining enjoyed at Dallas' finest eateries and Chinese take-outs, rarely if ever did we hear of Gastromic issues, except for maybe accusing oneself of eating too much of Ellie's and Teresa's wonderful meals on the way to the living room.
H - Angelica Nero was decidedly hystricine.
I - JR experienced acute intestinal distress after a big night on the town with the dastardly Willie Joe Garr and Jeb Ames to the disgust of Sue Ellen and especially Miss Ellie, but it was likely from overindulgence in bourbon, not overeating
J- Jerrold Immel, the composer who created the Dallas theme we all know.
K - For charcoal grills, Kingsford Original Briquettes rates as one of the best. And the Ewings use only the best.
L - it seemed like something of a liability for JR to be so dependent on Willie Joe Garr and Jeb Ames, a couple of ne'er-do-wells Jock rightly said were about as trustworthy as a pair of stepped-on rattlesnakes - and their belief in the phony codicil in JR's version of Jock's will - for muscle and clout within the Cartel.
M - the aforementioned Willie Joe Garr and Jeb Ames were moujiks.
N - I remember the first time watching this...Never knowing how many were in the cartel with Ewing Oil. Was it just these 3 pictured above plus Jordan, Andy, Seth, and Wade?
Don't know the other two sitting with "Jordan" below. Or these other two could be oilmen solely interested in the ELECTION.
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