Discussion in 'Dallas - The Original Series' started by Swami, Sep 12, 2016.
F - Alan and JR had to do some fast thinking after Lucy caught them meeting jovially in a park
G - Dandy Dandridge was a gulpin.
H - while most mentions of Jock (shown here with paid-for senator Wild Bill Orloff) tended to be hagiographic later in the series, he was initially a morally, ethically ambiguous character
I - Angelica Nero was an itch mite.
J - Digger risked a jaywalking charge to get over to one of his favorite watering holes, Kelley's Lounge, in a timely manner
K - Alex Barton was a kaynard.
L - Ed tricked Digger into violating Aunt Maggie's strict "no liquor in the house" policy
M- Miss Ellie was the Ewing matriarch.
N - Tommy McKay was a nematode worm.
O - JR met Ames and Garr at the orbicular top of the famous Reunion Tower to reassure them about the phony codicil to Jock's will allowing for drilling on Section 40
P- Almost every episode from 1978-1986 ended with the freeze frame of - Executive Producer- Philip Capice.
Q - Vanessa "Granny" Beaumont was a quakebuttock.
R - in the earliest episodes, legendary Lorimar Co-Founder Lee Rich shared the freeze frame with Mr. Capice
S - James Beaumont was a slobbering.
T- John Ross' photo as target practice for Christopher's hostilities.
U - the motion to anoint the bland but honest Martin Cole of Fort Worth as the opponent of the formidable Cliff Barnes for the Texas Senate seat was unanimous, if unenthusiastic
V - Angelica Nero was decidedly vomitous.
W- During most of the years of Dallas, Texas was represented in Washington D.C. by Senator Dave Culver. Don't tell that to Lloyd Benson, John Tower or Phil Gramm.
X - Leslie Stewart was the ultimate Xanthippe.
Y - Pam let out a yelp of delight when Bobby told her they were going together to Las Vegas to the Oilmen's Convention
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