Sue Ellen (Linda) was the highlight of Dallas TNT for me, and yet the writers really didn't do Sue Ellen's character - or Linda's incredible talent - any justice. There are so many directions the writers could have taken with the way Sue Ellen was written. I personally think it would have added another element to the series, if Sue Ellen hadn't been wrapped up in the family business and a third party in John Ross' silly relationship dramas. Obviously, Cidre and the writers failed to pay note to lots of Dallas' history but Sue Ellen's departure sent her life onto a different course and it would have been nice if they had honoured that. She could have been written (1) as part of Texas' 'celebrity' culture: the ex-wife of J.R. and Don Lockwood; a Hollywood producer with her own company; remembered for her status as Miss Texas, and somewhat involved in the fashion industry. Or, she could have been written (2) more holistically: with a career in the therapeutic profession; the C.E.O. of her own foundation to combat addiction/trauma. So, what was/would be everyone's preference in the way Sue Ellen was written; or did you like the way Sue Ellen was linked into the series?