Discussion in 'Dallas - The Original Series' started by Swami, Sep 12, 2016.
D - Willie Joe Garr was a dizzard.
E - the air was electric with anticipation as Bobby, who was noted as one of the finest cowboys in the country by the announcer, prepared to ride a bucking bronco
F- Fern Fitzgerald always gave a fantastic performance as Marilee Stone.
G - JR: "I'm going upstairs. I can't stand anymore of that name-dropping!"
Sue Ellen: "I'll be up a little later, darling. I find that man fascinating."
JR: "Next thing you know that actress's name is gonna be Farrah Fawcett-Guzzler. Never heard a man talk so much in my life. Babbles on like a blooming idiot.."
(TV writing at its finest)
H - Alex Ward was a hobbledehoy.
I- JR Ewing enjoying a glass of Iced Tea.
J - Tommy McKay was a Janus-faced juggins.
K - an old-school veteran of dozens of saloon brawls, Jock didn't need any fancy karate moves to get the job done
L- JR's last car (in the original series), his Lincoln Mark VII.
M - as a rival for the affection of the beautiful but devious Kristin, promising young banker Rudy Millington was about as much of a challenge for JR as a junior high tennis novice would have been for a prime Bjorn Borg
N - Dandy Dandridge was a numpty.
O - Ewing Oil
P - Dandy Dandridge was a puzzlegut.
Q - the Ewing family's already vast fortune almost instantly quinquiplicated when the Asian wells came in.
R - Tommy McKay was a rullion.
S- Snow on the Ewing brothers while in the Soviet Union.
T - Vanessa "Granny" Beaumont suffered from tragomaschalia.
U - as JR and Sue Ellen's family and friends unfurled the traditional 'Happy Ninth Anniversary' surprise party banner, they had no idea of the turbulence brewing just beneath the couple's happy exterior
V- JR had to act very quickly when Big Jock Ewing was stricken with a heart attack due to valvular heart disease.
W - Jock knew he had to bring his dalliances with Julie to an end before they went too far, lest he get another whipping from Miss Ellie
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