Mar 86. Jeanne the Hooker calls Jock a good fairy. Miss Ellie calls Clayton a good man. Miss Ellie calls Aaron a good Texan. JR calls tall tales an art form in Texas. Marilee calls JR greedy not stupid. Jason calls Digger a stupid lousy drunk and a bum. Jock calls Digger a stinking drunk, the worst drunk he ever knew, hopeless and an imbecile. Benjamin calls Digger an imbecile. Barbara calls Digger a menace. Aaron calls Digger a misfit. Miss Ellie calls Digger a lunatic, a landowner and the one person who should not go near liquor. Miss Ellie calls Garrison a dope. Miss Ellie calls Pam a pack rat. Jenna calls Miss Ellie more than generous. Mark calls himself and Jenna two sides of the same coin. Jenna calls herself the one that Bobby loved. Donna calls herself a lady who knows how to shop. Jock calls himself a stranger who sees a young girl trying to save her home for her folks. Clayton calls himself a bear when he's hungry. Angelica calls the international press very, very hungry for pictures of Dimitri. Grace calls Angelica very sensitive to change. Inspector Remy calls Angelica a very elusive criminal. Inspector Remy calls Angelica's scheme far-fetched. Inspector Remy calls Martinique a peaceful place until JR and his cousin came along. JR calls sleeping with Grace a dirty filthy job but somebody's gotta do it. JR calls Grace a lovely little girl. Miss Ellie calls Sheri Simmons a silly girl and allergic to turkey. Miss Ellie calls big families a joy. Miss Ellie calls Christopher a joy. Miss Ellie calls Jock a peeping tom, a snake and a lousy bastard. Jock calls Miss Ellie not the kind to give anything away. Jock calls Harry S. Trueman a damn fool. Grace calls JR a fool. JR calls himself a proper fool, his father's son and a sentimental man. Jason calls Jock a better man than the rest of us, an old dog and some kind of white knight. JR calls Digger the man who tried to kill Jock, a failure and a coward. Inspector Remy calls JR a very rich man who made a very poor choice in business partners. Inspector Remy calls Dimitri Marinos a man who no longer exists. Pam calls Jerry a very nice man. Sue Ellen calls Jerry a remarkable man. Clayton calls Ray a lucky man. Sam's wife calls Digger the luckiest man alive at a card table. Ed calls Digger the worst oilman he's ever known. Ed calls Jason one of the best mineral men in the business. Miss Ellie calls Ewing Oil just a business, no more no less, except for the heartbreak it's brought us. Jack calls the oil business lousy. JR calls Jack a bundle of nerves. Cliff calls JR a creep. Cliff calls Pam crazy. Jenna calls Pam a terrible vindictive woman. Jason calls Amanda a loon.