As many of you know, we are doing a re-watch of the series and just saw a scene where we said, "Okay. That's just too far and we can't go along with this." Here is the scene: John Ross and Christopher are swimming in the Southfork pool and have a swimming race. John Ross wins but Christopher is quite vocal that John Ross cheated. Later on, John Ross feels guilty, and confesses to J.R. that he cheated. We really thought J.R. would take this as a teachable moment, but instead he tells John Ross that it's okay that he cheated because he won. I have to say, we all said "The writers took this one too far. I know we love to watch the Magnificent Bastard in action but telling his 10 year old son that cheating is good as long as he wins is just too much and we wish they hadn't done that." So, my question is: Can you think of any other times the writers took a character too far?