The "Dallas" goodbye to J.R. Ewing is nearly complete.
Tuesday (Jan. 22) marks the end of filming the pivotal chapter that bids farewell to the iconic character and the actor who played him -- the late Larry Hagman -- as Season 2 of the serial's TNT reboot nears its premiere Monday, Jan. 28. Patrick Duffy and Linda Gray, who are reprising their Bobby and Sue Ellen roles in the new version, naturally have big roles in the story ... but other past staples of "Dallas" also are present.
"We just did a memorial scene at the Petroleum Club," executive producer Cynthia Cidre tells Zap2it of the episode expected to be televised in early March. "That's the more rollicking part, where people are telling funny stories about J.R. Right now, we're shooting the funeral, which is private for family only. He's being buried at Southfork, so Ray and Gary and Lucy (again »
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