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Dallas Royce (Character)
from "Suburgatory" (2011)

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Suburgatory: Season 3: Episode 13 -- On the season finale, Tessa joins a knitting circle, and George is a little surprised by the age gap between Tessa and her new friends. Still reeling from his one-night stand, George decides to put pen to paper and writes a song dedicated to his muse.
Suburgatory: Season 3: Episode 12 -- Tessa struggles with a budget while planning Lisa and Malik's wedding.
Suburgatory: Season 3: Episode 11 -- Dallas is on a mission to help Dalia find her calling.
Suburgatory: Season 3: Episode 10 -- Tessa decides to mentor a young protegee for the Miss Chatswin pageant.
Suburgatory: Season 3: Episode 5 -- George is stunned by how much a court-mandated anger management program changes Noah; Tessa meets a cool band in the park.

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  1. "Suburgatory"
        - Stiiiiiiill Horny (2014) TV episode, Played by Cheryl Hines
        - Les Lucioles (2014) TV episode, Played by Cheryl Hines
        - Dalia Nicole Smith (2014) TV episode, Played by Cheryl Hines
        - No, You Can't Sit with Us (2014) TV episode, Played by Cheryl Hines
        - The Ballad of Piggy Duckworth (2014) TV episode, Played by Cheryl Hines
          (52 more)

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From "Suburgatory: The Chatterer (#1.3)" (2011)
Dallas Royce: Let's get involved Moms. Without P we're just T and A. See more »

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