Discussion in 'Dallas - The Original Series' started by Swami, Sep 12, 2016.
E - Leslie Stewart was an ettercap.
F - in retrospect, it seemed less likely that Jock was really asking JR whether his assertion that he didn't know about the impending nationalization of the Asian wells was fallacious, and more likely that he was establishing JR's ignorance of the revolution as the official Ewing cover story
G - Charlie Wade was a guttersnipe.
H - there was no need for legal stalwart Harv Smithfield or the legendary Scotty Demarest to petition for a writ of habeas corpus after Jock was arrested for the murder of Hutch McKinney, as he was immediately released on bond
I - Angelica Nero was full of indole.
J- JR Beer
K - Dandy Dandridge was a keeker.
L - perhaps the finest lager produced in America in the past several decades
M- An intoxicated Michelle Stevens would probably agree if she were a beer drinker. While we're on the letter M (and this pic), a drunk Michelle Stevens manipulated Cliff Barnes into buying half of Ewing Oil for what she paid for the whole company.
N - Johnny Dancer was a nazzard.
O - Pam's new Corvette looked like it could have been carved out of obsidian
P - James Beaumont was a palyard.
Q - in his days as Texas Senate Counsel (also during his OLM tenure), Cliff was something of a questmonger when it came to Ewing Oil
R- Mr. Bobby James Ewing enters JR's office and sees him holding a revolver.
S - Tommy McKay was a spulpin.
T - though it was to early to tell if it was a dislocation or major ligament tear, Ray had clearly suffered a major knee injury in this violent fall during the Great Texas Windstorm of 1978
U - Charlie Wade often ate untherfit sa.
V- As a visionary businessman, Guzzler Bennett saw the value of entertaining conversations at the Ewing dinner table. Pam seems vexed by this.
W - Dandy Dandridge was a wodman.
X - Jock was baffled when Sue Ellen got him and Ellie an obscure, almost xoanon-like mini-sculpture for their anniversary
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