I am glad that TNT Dallas happened.

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  1. Elizabeth Ewins

    Elizabeth Ewins Soap Chat Member

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    TNT Dallas was not perfect or even recognizable. But given the chance to not have it at all or to see it. I would have chosen to see it. It was a treasure to me to see JR.Sue Ellen and Bobby again and to see where their lives took them and to see their families lives. My biggest joy was to see JR again. This time I didn't love to hate him. This time I loved to love him. It was sad that it was for the final time. But I wouldn't have missed it. The TNT Dallas was perfect to bid a fond farewell to Dallas.
     
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    I agree. It could have been so better but I'd rather it happened than not at all.
     
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    That really sums-up my opinion too. To see Dallas in the 21st century with Larry Hagman, Patrick Duffy, Linda Gray and Ken Kercheval was worth it.
     
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    I'm glad it happened because I got to see the actors in the roles I loved seeing them in one more time. I'm glad that Larry, Linda, Patrick, and Ken came back so we had that opportunity. I know some fans didn't want them to come come back and even said they're "proud" of the ones who wouldn't come back. They have their way of thinking...but what I'm proud of is Larry Hagman giving 100% even as he was dying of cancer. He never let it hurt the quality of his acting. That's the commitment of a true legend to his work and to his fans. That's impressive.
     
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    The best thing TNT Dallas did (for me) was their explanation of what happened to Pam. It was good to know that Pam had not abandonded her family in the late 80s, but that her plan was to return to Bobby and Christopher. That she didn't make it in the end was a very sad, but more satisfying end to her storyline than in the original show. (Yes, we DID know that Pam was going to die in the original show, but I mean the fact that the Ewings finally got to know about it and that we got to know it for sure.)
     
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    Despite its many faults I loved watching Dallas in glorious High Definition. To see that grand home in this regard was how it should be. Obviously seeing Larry, Patrick, Linda and others was great.
     
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