Discussion in 'Dallas - The Original Series' started by Swami, Sep 12, 2016.
G- JR Ewing being proactive with a gun.
H - Dandy Dandridge was a hobbledehoy.
This always reminds me of the scene where Bobby finds J.R. in his office with the gun. They get into a yelling match, and poor Sly walks in and gets yelled at and scurries out.
During the commotion J.R.'s intercom buzzes. He pushes the "answer" button with the calmest, sweetest, "Yeeeeessss?
The way J.R. (and Larry Hagman) were able to switch gears was hilarious!
I challenge you to watch it and not laugh out loud.
It is indeed from that scene when JR was jumpy about BD Calhoun. The great chemistry between Hagman and Duffy showed in this scene.
For someone shot so many times this was one of the few times JR carried a firearm. The Dove Hunt, The Fat Lady Singeth, and Conundrum are others that come to mind.
I - Charlie Wade was irksome.
J- Jock Ewing portrait.
K - Dandy Dandridge was kooky.
L - Sue Ellen was the long suffering wife of JR.
M - Tommy McKay was a mooncalf.
N - The Ewings never went to Nevada!
Also Jenna Wade was a Nuisance, Charlie Wade was a Nonce & Luke Wade is just the Nicest person you could meet!
O - James Beaumont was decidedly ovine.
P- James Beaumont proved to be a poor excuse for a husband.
He also wasn't gonna get an Oscar for his acting skills either!
Q - James Beaumont was a quakebuttock.
R - Angelica Nero was a rullion.
S- The Ewing brothers wearing their Stetsons.
T - Angelica Nero was a thaumaturge.
U- Lady Jessica Monfort was unhinged.
V - Fred Hughes was a varmint.
W- Michelle Stevens in White.
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