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1. Dallas: J.R. Returns (1996 TV Movie)

120 min | Drama

6.6
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Years after J.R. Ewing lost Ewing Oil and apparently committed suicide, we learn that he is alive and well. He returns to Dallas, and plots what could be his greatest scheme: Bringing his ... See full summary »

Writers: Arthur Bernard Lewis, Leonard Katzman | Director: Leonard Katzman | Stars: Rosalind Allen, Chris Demetral, Patrick Duffy, Linda Gray

2. Walker, Texas Ranger (1993–2001)
Episode: War Zone (1995)

Action, Crime, Drama

6.9
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While Walker deals with the death of a close friend, he must also track down and catch a group of men wearing clown masks to rob banks.

Creators: Albert S. Ruddy, Leslie Greif, Paul Haggis, Christopher Canaan | Director: Michael Preece | Stars: Chuck Norris, Clarence Gilyard Jr., Sheree J. Wilson, Noble Willingham

3. Walker, Texas Ranger (1993–2001)
Episode: Badge of Honor (1994)

Action, Crime, Drama

7.4
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Creators: Albert S. Ruddy, Leslie Greif, Paul Haggis, Christopher Canaan | Director: Michael Preece | Stars: Chuck Norris, Clarence Gilyard Jr., Sheree J. Wilson, Noble Willingham

4. Walker, Texas Ranger (1993–2001)

43 min | Action, Crime, Drama

5.3
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Walker, a martial artist, and his partner Trivette are Texas Rangers. They make it their business to battle crime in Dallas and all around the State of Texas.

Creators: Christopher Canaan, Leslie Greif, Paul Haggis, Albert S. Ruddy | Stars: Chuck Norris, Clarence Gilyard Jr., Sheree J. Wilson, Noble Willingham

5. Dangerous Curves (1992– )

60 min | Drama

6.3
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Creators: Leonard Katzman, David Paulsen | Stars: Lise Cutter, Michael Michele, Aaron Chadwick, Ellen Locy

6. Dallas (1978–1991)
Episode: 'S' Is for Seduction (1991)

Drama

6.5
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J.R. contemplates romancing Lee Ann in his effort to win back Ewing Oil, unaware that he's falling into her trap.

Writers: David Jacobs, Howard Lakin | Director: Michael Preece | Stars: Patrick Duffy, Kimberly Foster, Larry Hagman, George Kennedy

7. Dallas (1978–1991)
Episode: 90265 (1991)

Drama

6.7
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Lee Ann De La Vega sells Ewing Oil to Michelle Stevens. Michelle then fires J.R., Phyllis and Sly. Bobby enlists the help of Liz Adams to find Hillary Taylor. He finds out Hillary's daughter Jory is in Malibu and goes to find her.

Writers: David Jacobs, Leonard Katzman | Director: Leonard Katzman | Stars: Patrick Duffy, Kimberly Foster, Larry Hagman, Sasha Mitchell

8. Dallas (1978–1991)
Episode: Designing Women (1991)

60 min | Drama

6.0
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Lee Ann continues her sly seduction of J.R., taking the final steps in her elaborate plan to drastically change his personal and professional life forever.

Writers: David Jacobs, Lisa Seidman | Director: Irving J. Moore | Stars: Patrick Duffy, Kimberly Foster, Larry Hagman, George Kennedy

9. Dallas (1978–1991)
Episode: Farewell, My Lovely (1991)

60 min | Drama

6.9
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J.R. finds out that Cally's baby is his and hires a detective to find her. James faces increased pressure to choose between Debra Lynn and Michelle. Cliff and Michelle hatch a plan to send ... See full summary »

Writers: David Jacobs, Lisa Seidman | Director: Patrick Duffy | Stars: Patrick Duffy, Kimberly Foster, Larry Hagman, Michael Bell

10. Dallas (1978–1991)
Episode: Fathers and Sons and Fathers and Sons (1991)

Drama

6.7
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Bobby and J.R. get a respite from their troubles when they take their sons -- James Richard, John Ross, and Christopher -- on an authentic Southfork cattle drive.

Writers: David Jacobs, Arthur Bernard Lewis | Director: Larry Hagman | Stars: Patrick Duffy, Kimberly Foster, Larry Hagman, George Kennedy

11. Dallas (1978–1991)
Episode: Lock, Stock and Jock (1991)

Drama

6.2
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A forgotten moment from J.R.'s past returns to haunt him as Lee Ann takes control of Ewing Oil and plots with Michelle to destroy every facet of J.R.'s life.

Writers: David Jacobs, Mitchell Wayne Katzman | Director: Nick Havinga | Stars: Patrick Duffy, Kimberly Foster, Larry Hagman, George Kennedy

12. Dallas (1978–1991)
Episode: Sail On (1991)

Drama

6.5
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Things go from bad to worse for J.R. when Ewing Oil slips further from his grasp and James makes a shocking announcement about Cally in the midst of J.R.'s engagement toast to Vanessa.

Writers: David Jacobs, Lisa Seidman | Director: Michael Preece | Stars: Patrick Duffy, Kimberly Foster, Larry Hagman, George Kennedy

13. Dallas (1978–1991)
Episode: Smooth Operator (1991)

60 min | Drama

6.0
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Bobby gets a jolt of adrenaline when he learns that Sheila Foley will be in town soon, but he can't ignore his growing involvement with his unsuspecting ally, Jory, Sheila's daughter.

Writers: David Jacobs, Lisa Seidman | Director: Larry Hagman | Stars: Patrick Duffy, Kimberly Foster, Larry Hagman, Sasha Mitchell

14. Dallas (1978–1991)
Episode: Some Leave, Some Get Carried Out (1991)

60 min | Drama

7.0
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At her daughter Jory's request, Hillary Taylor, aka Sheila Foley, agrees to meet with Bobby at Southfork, unaware of the danger that lurks there.

Writers: David Jacobs, Leonard Katzman | Director: Leonard Katzman | Stars: Patrick Duffy, Kimberly Foster, Larry Hagman, Howard Keel

15. Dallas (1978–1991)
Episode: The Decline and Fall of the Ewing Empire (1991)

60 min | Drama

7.1
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J.R., nearing a breakdown from recent losses, faces another major defeat when a vengeful enemy from his past returns with unwelcome news. In other developments, Cliff is shocked to learn that his nemesis is now his business partner.

Writers: David Jacobs, Lisa Seidman | Director: Ken Kercheval | Stars: Patrick Duffy, Kimberly Foster, Larry Hagman, George Kennedy

16. Dallas (1978–1991)
Episode: Those Darned Ewings (1991)

Drama

6.6
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The whole family finds out about James' former wife and child. J.R. gets a terrible health report from his doctor. Jory stops by the ranch to confide in Bobby. John Ross is jealous because of all the attention that James' baby is getting.

Writers: David Jacobs, Kenneth Horton | Director: Dwight Adair | Stars: Patrick Duffy, Kimberly Foster, Larry Hagman, Danone Camden

17. Dallas (1978–1991)
Episode: When the Wind Blows (1991)

Drama

6.4
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J.R. treads lightly as he keeps Debra Lynn, the woman who claims to be James' wife, at bay while manipulating James into returning to his current wife, Michelle.

Writers: David Jacobs, Louella Lee Caraway | Director: Patrick Duffy | Stars: Patrick Duffy, Kimberly Foster, Larry Hagman, George Kennedy

18. Dallas (1978–1991)
Episode: Win Some, Lose Some (1991)

Drama

6.1
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Southfork experiences another turbulent marriage and this time J.R. plays referee as James and Michelle duke it out. Meanwhile, Liz bargains to sell her company to J.R. in exchange for Cliff's appointment as the government's energy czar.

Writers: David Jacobs, Mitchell Wayne Katzman | Director: Patrick Duffy | Stars: Patrick Duffy, Kimberly Foster, Larry Hagman, Ken Kercheval

19. Dallas (1978–1991)
Episode: A Tale of Two Cities (1990)

60 min | Drama

6.4
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An overly honorable James ends up the victim after he puts himself in the middle of a personal collision between Cally and the philandering J.R.

Writers: David Jacobs, Arthur Bernard Lewis | Director: Leonard Katzman | Stars: Barbara Bel Geddes, Patrick Duffy, Kimberly Foster, Larry Hagman

20. Dallas (1978–1991)
Episode: After Midnight (1990)

Drama

6.8
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Bobby finds himself becoming obsessed with Pam's look-a-like Jeanne O'Brien. April laments her break-up with Bobby while J.R. and Blackie receive the shock of their lives.

Writers: David Jacobs, Howard Lakin | Director: Ken Kercheval | Stars: Barbara Bel Geddes, Lesley-Anne Down, Patrick Duffy, Kimberly Foster

21. Dallas (1978–1991)
Episode: April in Paris (1990)

Drama

6.0
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Bobby and April's long awaited, romantic honeymoon in Paris is interrupted by Sheila Foley, an enigmatic, well-to-do woman, while J.R.'s frustration mounts when he realizes all escape routes from the mental institution are blocked.

Writers: David Jacobs, Leonard Katzman | Director: Leonard Katzman | Stars: Patrick Duffy, Larry Hagman, Cathy Podewell, Sheree J. Wilson

22. Dallas (1978–1991)
Episode: Charade (1990)

Drama

6.5
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Bobby becomes embroiled in a dangerous game of charades with Sheila Foley in an effort to rescue his kidnapped bride, while J.R. faces a life threatening situation in the asylum.

Writers: David Jacobs, Howard Lakin | Director: Irving J. Moore | Stars: Patrick Duffy, Larry Hagman, George Kennedy, Ken Kercheval

23. Dallas (1978–1991)
Episode: Dear Hearts and Gentle People (1990)

Drama

6.5
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Cliff Barnes' star continues to rise in the political world -- further raising the ire of J.R. Ewing. Immersed in crushing Cliff, J.R. attempts to woo the woman behind the man -- Stephanie Rogers.

Writers: David Jacobs, Louella Lee Caraway | Director: Irving J. Moore | Stars: Barbara Bel Geddes, Lesley-Anne Down, Patrick Duffy, Kimberly Foster

24. Dallas (1978–1991)
Episode: Family Plot (1990)

Drama

6.6
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Cally and James are driven to vow revenge against the man they both vehemently hate -- J.R. Ewing. Aware that it was his sister Jessica who was trying to murder him, Clayton is further floored when she reveals shocking news about Dusty.

Writers: David Jacobs, Lisa Seidman | Director: Patrick Duffy | Stars: Barbara Bel Geddes, Lesley-Anne Down, Patrick Duffy, Larry Hagman

25. Dallas (1978–1991)
Episode: Heart and Soul (1990)

Drama

5.5
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Despondent about April, Bobby turns his back on Ewing Oil, while J.R. gets a surprise visit from the only woman he has ever loved. Meanwhile, Michelle is furious with Bobby for returning to Dallas without April.

Writers: David Jacobs, Lisa Seidman | Director: Nick Havinga | Stars: Patrick Duffy, Kimberly Foster, Larry Hagman, Howard Keel

26. Dallas (1978–1991)
Episode: I Dream of Jeannie (1990)

Drama

6.8
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A mesmerized Bobby chases after the phantom woman that could be his beloved wife Pam. J.R. resorts to a bizarre technique to enlist the aid of legendary oil wildcatter Blackie Callahan in his quest for crude in Pride, TX.

Writers: David Jacobs, Lisa Seidman | Director: Cliff Fenneman | Stars: Barbara Bel Geddes, Lesley-Anne Down, Patrick Duffy, Kimberly Foster

27. Dallas (1978–1991)
Episode: Jessica Redux (1990)

Drama

6.5
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J.R. is at his worst as he looks to destroy his wife, tear down Cliff Barnes' career, manipulate his son's future, and protect his mother Ellie.

Writers: David Jacobs, Leonard Katzman | Director: Irving J. Moore | Stars: Barbara Bel Geddes, Lesley-Anne Down, Patrick Duffy, Kimberly Foster

28. Dallas (1978–1991)
Episode: Judgment Day (1990)

60 min | Drama

6.5
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As the investigative committee convenes, the fate of Ewing Oil rests with a troubled, but ambitious Cliff Barnes. Sensing the demise of the Ewings, Carter McKay swoops in for the kill and offers to buy the beleaguered company.

Writers: David Jacobs, Amy Tebo | Director: Patrick Duffy | Stars: Barbara Bel Geddes, Patrick Duffy, Kimberly Foster, Larry Hagman

29. Dallas (1978–1991)
Episode: One Last Kiss (1990)

Drama

6.1
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J.R. relies on fellow patients in the asylum as he schemes to secure his freedom, while Bobby turns to his cyclist friends in a last ditch effort to rescue his imperiled bride.

Writers: David Jacobs, Lisa Seidman | Director: Leonard Katzman | Stars: Patrick Duffy, Kimberly Foster, Larry Hagman, Howard Keel

30. Dallas (1978–1991)
Episode: Paradise Lost (1990)

Drama

6.5
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J.R. devises an ingenious plan to rid Cally from his life. Cliff warns Stephanie to steer clear of the dangerous J.R. Ewing, unaware that she is intrigued and challenged by him.

Writers: David Jacobs, Lisa Seidman | Director: Patrick Duffy | Stars: Barbara Bel Geddes, Lesley-Anne Down, Patrick Duffy, Kimberly Foster

31. Dallas (1978–1991)
Episode: Terminus (1990)

Drama

6.5
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Still playing the charade, Bobby attends an important oil industry reception with Sheila, unaware of the ominous events about to change his life forever. Meanwhile, back in Dallas, J.R. ... See full summary »

Writers: David Jacobs, Mitchell Wayne Katzman | Director: Irving J. Moore | Stars: Patrick Duffy, Kimberly Foster, Larry Hagman, Howard Keel

32. Dallas (1978–1991)
Episode: The Crucible (1990)

60 min | Drama

6.8
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Father and son come to blows when J.R. humiliates James by interceding on his behalf in a business deal.

Writers: David Jacobs, Leonard Katzman | Director: Larry Hagman | Stars: Barbara Bel Geddes, Lesley-Anne Down, Patrick Duffy, Kimberly Foster

33. Dallas (1978–1991)
Episode: The Fabulous Ewing Boys (1990)

Drama

6.0
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With the hoodlum Johnny Dancer dead, Carter McKay, Cliff Barnes, and Liz Adams all are likely murder suspects. In other developments, J.R. courts Vanessa, but his hold on her may be tenuous.

Writers: David Jacobs, Leonard Katzman | Director: Michael Preece | Stars: Patrick Duffy, Kimberly Foster, Larry Hagman, Howard Keel

34. Dallas (1978–1991)
Episode: The Odessa File (1990)

Drama

6.3
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Venezuelan oil magnate Lee Ann De La Vega attempts to cast a spell over J.R. Ewing when she maneuvers to buy his precious Ewing Oil. Despite J.R.'s vehement objections, Bobby decides to rid himself of the oil company.

Writers: David Jacobs, Howard Lakin | Director: Nick Havinga | Stars: Patrick Duffy, Kimberly Foster, Larry Hagman, George Kennedy

35. Dallas (1978–1991)
Episode: The Smiling Cobra (1990)

Drama

6.0
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Cally and James pull closer together in an effort to fend of J.R.'s evil ways. Michelle vows to strike back at the person responsible for foiling her and April's plan for a single's club -- unaware that the culprit is a formidable force.

Writers: David Jacobs, Howard Lakin | Director: Cliff Fenneman | Stars: Barbara Bel Geddes, Patrick Duffy, Kimberly Foster, Larry Hagman

36. Dallas (1978–1991)
Episode: The Southfork Wedding Jinx (1990)

Drama

7.0
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Another high-spirited and unpredictable Southfork wedding plays host to April and Bobby. Cally and James begin their plan of deception to destroy J.R. and Clayton decides to petition the court to assume custody of Jessica's Weststar stock.

Writers: David Jacobs, Howard Lakin | Director: Irving J. Moore | Stars: Barbara Bel Geddes, Lesley-Anne Down, Patrick Duffy, Kimberly Foster

37. Dallas (1978–1991)
Episode: Three, Three, Three: Part 1 (1990)

Drama

6.3
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J.R., after having secretly committed himself to an insane asylum in an effort to coerce Jessica into signing over to him her shares of Weststar stock, discovers the path to her is littered with bizarre and dangerous patients.

Writers: David Jacobs, Leonard Katzman | Director: Leonard Katzman | Stars: Barbara Bel Geddes, Lesley-Anne Down, Patrick Duffy, Kimberly Foster

38. Dallas (1978–1991)
Episode: Three, Three, Three: Part 2 (1990)

Drama

6.8
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J.R., sequestered in the insane asylum, overcomes having to fit in with the inmates and bedding down a notorious "Black Widow" to successfully coerce Jessica into signing over her Weststar shares to him.

Writers: David Jacobs, Leonard Katzman | Director: Leonard Katzman | Stars: Barbara Bel Geddes, Lesley-Anne Down, Patrick Duffy, Kimberly Foster

39. Dallas (1978–1991)
Episode: Tunnel of Love (1990)

Drama

6.5
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The charade played out, Bobby returns from his honeymoon in Paris, a changed man and alone.

Writers: David Jacobs, Howard Lakin | Director: Michael Preece | Stars: Patrick Duffy, Larry Hagman, Kimberly Foster, Howard Keel

40. Dallas (1978–1991)
Episode: Unchain My Heart (1990)

Drama

6.5
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Frustrated at just being the "man of the hour", Cliff is ripe pickings for high powered public relations expert Stephanie Rogers.

Writers: David Jacobs, Bryce Zabel, Jackie Zabel | Director: Irving J. Moore | Stars: Barbara Bel Geddes, Lesley-Anne Down, Patrick Duffy, Kimberly Foster

41. Dallas (1978–1991)
Episode: Will Power (1990)

60 min | Drama

5.7
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J.R. is forced to resort to desperate measures when Cally vows to make their marriage work. Clayton and Ellie discover another murder -- and the leading suspect is someone they know very well.

Writers: David Jacobs, Kenneth Horton | Director: Larry Hagman | Stars: Barbara Bel Geddes, Patrick Duffy, Kimberly Foster, Larry Hagman

42. Dallas (1978–1991)
Episode: And Away We Go! (1989)

60 min | Drama

6.2
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Bobby's love affair with Tracey is shattered when Carter McKay vows to avenge the thrashing his beloved son, Tommy, suffered at the hands of Bobby.

Writers: David Jacobs, Arthur Bernard Lewis | Director: Steve Kanaly | Stars: Barbara Bel Geddes, Patrick Duffy, Linda Gray, Larry Hagman

43. Dallas (1978–1991)
Episode: April Showers (1989)

Drama

6.9
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The Ewing brothers are back in business together and set their sights on the biggest oil deal in history at the expense of Carter McKay and Weststar. April comes between Bobby and Tracey ... See full summary »

Writers: David Jacobs, Howard Lakin | Director: Irving J. Moore | Stars: Barbara Bel Geddes, Patrick Duffy, Linda Gray, Larry Hagman

44. Dallas (1978–1991)
Episode: Black Tide (1989)

Drama

6.6
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In an emotional and volatile family gathering at the Oil Baron's club, J.R.'s delight at discovering that James is his son is short-lived upon the interruption of an even bigger bombshell.

Writers: David Jacobs, Howard Lakin | Director: Michael Preece | Stars: Patrick Duffy, Kimberly Foster, Larry Hagman, Howard Keel

45. Dallas (1978–1991)
Episode: Cally on a Hot Tin Roof (1989)

60 min | Drama

6.8
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Cally unleashes the wrath of J.R. after she angrily confronts both him and Michelle about their supposed liaison.

Writers: David Jacobs, Howard Lakin | Director: Larry Hagman | Stars: Patrick Duffy, Kimberly Foster, Larry Hagman, George Kennedy

46. Dallas (1978–1991)
Episode: Comings and Goings (1989)

Drama

6.5
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Sue Ellen launches into pre-production with writer Don Lockwood on the epic film that she hopes will finally bring ruin to the mighty J.R. Ewing.

Writers: David Jacobs, Mitchell Wayne Katzman | Director: Larry Hagman | Stars: Barbara Bel Geddes, Patrick Duffy, Linda Gray, Larry Hagman

47. Dallas (1978–1991)
Episode: Counter Attack (1989)

60 min | Drama

6.9
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The range war violently erupts as Bobby vows revenge after Christopher is caught in the brutal cross-fire. J.R., Bobby, Clayton, Ray, and their mercenaries mount forces to destroy McKay and his men and save Southfork.

Writers: David Jacobs, Leonard Katzman | Director: Michael Preece | Stars: Barbara Bel Geddes, Patrick Duffy, Linda Gray, Larry Hagman

48. Dallas (1978–1991)
Episode: Country Girl (1989)

Drama

6.6
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Against an ominous skyline of black storm clouds, Southfork prepares for another one of its all out, glamorous weddings.

Writers: David Jacobs, Arthur Bernard Lewis | Director: Patrick Duffy | Stars: Barbara Bel Geddes, Patrick Duffy, Linda Gray, Larry Hagman

49. Dallas (1978–1991)
Episode: Cry Me a River of Oil (1989)

60 min | Drama

6.6
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Having gone behind brother Bobby's back in stretching Ewing Oil's reserves too thin, J.R. frantically scrambles to secure enough oil to meet a potentially deadly deadline.

Writers: David Jacobs, Lisa Seidman | Director: Dwight Adair | Stars: Barbara Bel Geddes, Patrick Duffy, Kimberly Foster, Larry Hagman

50. Dallas (1978–1991)
Episode: Daddy Dearest (1989)

Drama

6.9
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In the aftermath of the oil tanker collision, Ewing Oil finds itself under fire from the press, environmental groups, and Cliff Barnes' investigative committee.

Writers: David Jacobs, Mitchell Wayne Katzman | Director: Irving J. Moore | Stars: Barbara Bel Geddes, Patrick Duffy, Kimberly Foster, Larry Hagman