Dallas: Season 1, Episode 4

The Last Hurrah (27 Jun. 2012)

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John Ross seeks to gain an upper hand on a family member and resorts to blackmail, but J.R. decides to handle the situation his own way. Meanwhile, Christopher opens up to Bobby about his ... See full summary »



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John Ross seeks to gain an upper hand on a family member and resorts to blackmail, but J.R. decides to handle the situation his own way. Meanwhile, Christopher opens up to Bobby about his difficulty in choosing between the two women he loves. Written by TNT Publicity

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Cliff Barnes: I will never stop fighting for what is rightfully mine. And I know you are the same way.
J.R. Ewing: I'm a changed man, Cliff. Evidence of that is the fact that you're not being wheeled out of here with two broken legs.
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27 June 2012 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

Surfing through the channels from my cable TV offerings, I've seen truckers drive on ice, pawn shop owners swindle deals from desperate gamblers, Alaskan state troopers busting reckless outlaws, and Kardashians acting more and more like the entitled idiots we all know them to be... but all that "reality" doesn't come close to the the emotional charge I get from watching Dallas 2012. Reality shows---sit back and let us show you how REAL entertainment is done. Texas Style. Be sure, JR (Larry Hagman) , Sue Ellen (Linda Grey),Bobby (Patrick Duffy) and Cliff Barnes (Ken Kershavel) while being a bit long in the tooth are still as compelling as ever. And I'm sure we too, the audience, who fell in love with the show the fist time around are no spring chickens. But the young pups, John Ross (Josh Henderson) and Christopher (Jesse Metcaffe) do a great job of drawing in the 30 something demographic with their good looks and a dramatic flair to convincingly attract the obligatory female eye candy. Plot? Something about Bobby selling South Fork from under JR. Who cares? Watching JR dissing his old nemesis Cliff Barnes with those classic Texas put downs ("why Cliff Barnes has more holes in his gibberish than a Mosquito net") It's oil. It's greed. It's Blackmail. It's double crossing. My God, TV is fun again. And wait, is there a better opening TV theme than Dallas? Good call to bring that back,

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