I remember (watching the episodes when they originally aired) when the Wes story started out (and previously with Ben Stivers in Season 9) there was a hugely negative reaction to the storyline. I hated it at the time - because I loved Ellie & Clayton together and the conflict between J.R & Clayton. But watching it again, without the need to wait a week and being able to binge watch, I think it was a great idea, with lots of drama and conflict - I now think it's a great shame it wasn't able to continue longer and expand. Steve Forrest gave a wonderful performance & BBG was beyond fantastic in her reaction to it all. I also seem to remember the storyline was axed mid season because the viewing audience (like me) hated the idea and execs bailed out due to the reaction (whether this is true or not I really have no idea). The idea that Wes might be Jock may have divided viewers, but the idea that a man who had never met some of the Dallas regulars, who had only heard Jock's rambling when he had "the fever" knew them on sight when he arrived in Dallas - with knowledge of the full family history, with hindsight, that was a terribly bad explanation of how he knew so much in order to do what...? So, with hindsight, how do people feel about the Wes Parmalee story now...?