Everyone plays the "Blame Game" on Dallas. But did anything really change this week? As Sue Ellen said, J.R. is bad. Bobby is good and the game goes on.
And thank goodness, too. Who would want it any differently?!?
We'll start off with Annie, who takes responsibility for shooting Ryland yet tries to make the jury understand why she did it. Apparently her words had affect. Even the judge thought Ryland deserved a bullet!
I was still a bit shocked that Ann could walk into the man's house, shoot him in his chest, walk out again and only get probation - but it sure made me smile. There are few characters who deserve it more than Harris Ryland... except maybe his mother.
Bobby's tact with Emma was perfect and just so in character for Bobby. Instead of pleading with her or badgering her, he offered up an olive branch. »
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