Discussion in 'Dallas - The Original Series' started by Swami, Sep 12, 2016.
Y- Cliff Barnes wears a yellow flower on his lapel while a beverage is poured over his head.
Z - captivated by the TV series of the late 50s, a young Bobby would often ride out to Two Stick Pasture and pretend to be Zorro
(this photo, courtesy of Braddock High, is from a few years after he stopped doing this)
A - Vanessa "Granny" Beaumont was an Aunty Beeny.
B- Jim Davis made sure Big Jock Ewing had the best boots on Dallas.
C - Leslie Stewart was a clashbeg.
D - though he took the job reluctantly as a result of JR's shooting, Bobby certainly didn't dilly-dally around as President of Ewing Oil, making bold deals like his astonishing acquisition of the affable Jim Redfield's refinery on the Gulf - Ewing Oil's first.
E - Alex Ward was an echt.
F- Punk and Mavis Anderson were close friends of the Ewing family.
G - Charlie Wade was a grannie's mutch.
H - Sue Ellen awoke in the DFW airport parking lot, in desperate need of hydration
I- Indeed, Sue Ellen's inebriation knew no limits.
J - Angelica Nero was a jouker.
K - though there were many reasons for Gary's departure from Southfork, one significant factor was his kakorrhaphiophobia, which we saw in full bloom as he nervously spilled a glass of milk while poring over the books of the doomed company JR had set him up to run
L - Oswald Valentine was a lickspittle.
M - it was perhaps a bit unfair to Bobby that Sue Ellen commented on how Jenna bounced from man to man (in this case, the rather leathery Maynard Anderson), but it was accurate to a degree
N - Casey Denault was a nickninny.
O- Lucy and Mitch at the Oil Barons Club.
P - Tommy McKay was a plotcock.
Q- Ray Krebbs and Big Jock Ewing rode fine American Quarter Horses.
A - Alex Ward was a rantipole.
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