We watched the episode "The Wheeler Dealer" last night, and I noticed how many times Dallas characters spoke a line the sounded like a straight line, but if you knew the background there was a double meaning that made the line great. The line that jumped out last night was when J.R. was pulling the cartel in on the Asian oil leases. It's important to note here that J.R. mentioned on several occasions how much he disliked Vaughn Leland. Well, good old Vaughn decided to go in on the deal, not knowing it was a setup. When he told J.R. he was buying in, J.R. gave that mischievous grin. "Vaughn, the way I feel about you. . . there's nobody I'd rather see go in on this deal." Bwhahahahaha! That magnificent bastard! Have you all noticed any other lines that have a hidden, double meaning?