Oct 89. April calls Tommy dangerous. April calls Michelle a user. Michelle calls Cliff rich. Kendall calls Cliff cheap. Tommy calls Rose a cheap little trick, a cheap little opportunist and trash. McKay calls April a busy little opportunist who goes from man to man the way a bee goes from flower to flower. Cliff calls April a little overprotective but a good friend. McKay calls Rose an old friend. JR calls McKay a turncoat. JR calls himself a hell of a lot more man than any of those hand-kissing foreigners. April calls JR the only person to give her the time of day when she first got here. April calls herself and JR quits, socially and professionally. Michelle calls April hell on high heels, St April Queen of Goodness and Light and America’s number one den mother. Alex calls Cally the hottest new artist in America and a wonderful dichotomy of talented artist and naive simple girl-woman. The news guy calls Yellow Springs, Ohio the first community in America to devote more than half their budget to the support of environmental issues. Clayton calls Pride, Texas a bustling community when the oil was flowing but right now it doesn’t even rate a zip code. John Ross calls England the place where all those people got their heads chopped off. Christopher calls John Ross a real jerk. JR calls Cliff a jerk. April calls Cliff a man whose brains have moved south of his belt buckle. April calls McKay a cold cruel arrogant man. McKay calls Rose’s flapjacks the best he’s ever had in his life bar none. Tommy calls Rose’s flapjacks light as a feather. Mr Brenner calls Tommy capable of almost anything. Tracey calls Tommy dead and gone. Tracey calls McKay full of rage and vengeance. Tracey calls herself McKay’s last chance and he knows it. McKay calls James crazy. James calls JR a rough tough raw Texan. JR calls monogamy not exactly second nature to him. Marilee calls fidelity an overrated virtue. Marilee calls Cally young and sweet. Miss Ellie calls April a sweet and thoughtful girl. Miss Ellie calls Cally a fine young girl. Cally calls Sue Ellen and April sophisticated powerful rich women. Cally calls April and Marilee women who use their bodies to trick men. James calls Sly a very unusual woman. JR calls James a cocky little kid and twenty-one or twenty-two. Cally calls Alex thirty-five or so, sort of good-looking in an artistic kind of way, well-mannered and what you might call refined. April calls herself a hundred years old. JR calls Marilee a little too old to go running about without her clothes on. Bobby calls Ivy a little too old for Christopher. Bobby calls Christopher too young to even spell romantic, much less be it. Christopher calls Southfork humungous. Christopher calls Ivy kind of nice. Cally calls Vanessa real nice. James calls Sly’s walk really nice.