I used to be on this site about 15 years ago and just rejoined. So not sure if this topic has been discussed before. However, today I was bored and started looking at the episodes on the IMDB streaming service. I remembered a scene in season 10 after JR confronts Sue Ellen when he gets the photos of her in bed with BD Calhoun. I watched the scene in which JR finally tells her that BD is after him and he doesn't want her to get hurt and just wants her to be careful. Sue Ellen, slightly in tears, makes the comment that she wonders if BD raped her. For some reason, that scene is so touching for me. I know there were a number of scenes where JR said nice things to Sue Ellen to try to woo her one way or another. But something about this scene (and a few others that follow) show the genuineness of JR's love for his wife and the mother of his child. It sort of choked me up a bit. Also the scene shortly thereafter where she watches him tuck John Ross in bed and she says to him with honest sincerity "what a wonderful father you are...to bad you aren't a good husband". Those scenes between the two of them during the BD Calhoun kidnapping are some of the most genuine and touching scenes between them in the entire series. I know this is a random comment, but I just wanted to put it out there to see if anyone else thought the same.