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End Game 

J.R. becomes the focus of accumulated hatreds in Southfork. A desperate search ensues for both Miss Ellie and Jessica while the fate of Peter is left in Sue Ellen's hands.

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Sue Ellen Ewing
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Donna Culver Krebbs
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Pamela Barnes Ewing
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Lucy Ewing Cooper
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Peter Richards
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Afton Cooper
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Katherine Wentworth
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Jenna Wade (as Priscilla Beaulieu Presley)
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J.R. becomes the focus of accumulated hatreds in Southfork. A desperate search ensues for both Miss Ellie and Jessica while the fate of Peter is left in Sue Ellen's hands.

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Drama | Romance

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Goofs

In the final sequence, as the camera moves in towards the inner office of Ewing Oil, a crew member can be briefly visible on the windows to the inner office as the camera moves into the inner office. See more »

Quotes

Cliff Barnes: No I'm not finished yet.
J.R. Ewing: Sure you are tomorrow morning the janitor is to come in here and sweep you out with the rest of the trash unless of course you do the honorable thing get in the elevator go up to the roof and jump off.
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