Discussion in 'Dallas - The Original Series' started by Swami, Sep 12, 2016.
U - James Beaumont was an unbesit.
V- As he aged Jock Ewing found these vogue glasses helped his vision while reading.
W - Dandy Dandridge was a whillygoleerie.
X - vengeance-minded Luther Frick was most certainly not looking to visit Southfork in the spirit of the ancient Greek concept of xenia after he found JR's card near his hungover, scandalously adulterous wife Wanda in a seedy motel in Waco
Y - Alex Ward was a yuman.
Z- Was Wes Parmalee the zombie of Jock Ewing or some zero trying to swindle the Ewings?
A - though it was feared Ray may have torn his ACL in a violent fall while rounding up the cattle during the Great Texas Windstorm of '78, it seems it must have only been a sprain, as evidenced by his deft dancing at the Ewing Barbecue in the next episode
B - Lucy was Gary and Valene Ewing's burdalane.
C- In honouring the fourteenth anniversary of his passing, Howard Keel as Clayton Farlow.
D - Jeb Ames and Willie-Joe Garr were dyke-loupers.
E - fascinated after studying insects in biology class at Braddock High, Bobby decided to grow his hair into a helmetlike shape to serve as a partial exoskeleton
F - Angelica Nero was a fethock.
G - it's hard to believe a wily veteran of the oil industry like Jock could be gullible enough to believe JR's assertion that he didn't know the Asian wells were about to be nationalized
H- Ray Krebbs on horseback.
I - Angelica Nero was decidedly ill-will-ie.
J - though he was likely a fairly standard progressive Democrat (in the early years, anyway, before he became a rich buffoon), Cliff was an absolute jacobin as far as the Ewing men were concerned
K - Casey Denault was a kirnie.
L - the Ewing men put a lickin' on these Louisiana boys like they were a bunch of lollipops
(I want to find a bar with the 'Corral Special' - 12 pitchers of beer for $12!)
M- Harv Smithfield surely was on monthly retainer for his legal works for the Ewing family.
N - Digger Barnes was invariably noitled.
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