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End of the Road: Part 2 

Lucy is getting married. But the happy event is clouded by Bobby's resignation from Ewing Oil, and Miss Ellie's frustration with Jock over Gary.

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Sue Ellen Ewing
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Ray Krebbs
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Cliff Barnes
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Pamela Barnes Ewing
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Lucy Ewing
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Donna Culver
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Mitch Cooper
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Alex Ward
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Afton Cooper
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Liz Craig
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Brady York
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Lucy is getting married. But the happy event is clouded by Bobby's resignation from Ewing Oil, and Miss Ellie's frustration with Jock over Gary.

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Bobby Ewing: [after telling Jock he wants out of Ewing Oil] I want out! I almost did something today that I never would have been able to forgive myself for.
J.R. Ewing: Almost? That mean you didn't sign with Westar Oil?
Bobby Ewing: So you know about Westar, do you? Well, I can't say I'm too surprised.
J.R. Ewing: Well, Bobby... I built Ewing Oil into a power because I knew everything that was happening in Dallas. I still do. That's how you run a successful business.
Bobby Ewing: Well, maybe you're right. And maybe you can't care for the people.
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