Dallas (1978–1991)
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JR finds out that a friend of Pam's used to be a friend of his, as well, and has no problem taking advantage of that former friendship in an attempt to put some muscle on the man who put ... See full summary »

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Ray Krebbs
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Lucy Ewing
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Ben Maxwell
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Matt Henderson
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Liz Craig
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Kit Mainwaring
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Seth Stone
Paul Sorensen ...
Andy Bradley
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JR finds out that a friend of Pam's used to be a friend of his, as well, and has no problem taking advantage of that former friendship in an attempt to put some muscle on the man who put Cliff Barnes in power as head of the OLM. Bobby and Ray cross paths with the son of another independent oil man while attempting to corner some cattle rustlers. Sue Ellen's drinking begins to get the better of her, which only infuriates JR. Written by Moviedude1

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Drama | Romance

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23 February 1979 (USA)  »

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When Bobby gets out of his car at Southfork to talk to Ray and Frank, the camera pans up and for a moment the studio lights are visible above the edge of the fake skyline. See more »

Quotes

Bobby Ewing: Ray and I got in a fight with a couple of boys in a bar last night.
Jock Ewing: I damn wish I'd been with ya!
Miss Ellie Ewing: Jock...
Jock Ewing: Well, nothing I like better than a little fight now and then.
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