Dallas: Season 1, Episode 6

The Enemy of My Enemy (11 Jul. 2012)

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John Ross is bothered by the weight of having to do his father's dirty work and decides to move into Southfork. Strife continues to grow between Ann and Bobby when it is revealed she went ... See full summary »

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John Ross is bothered by the weight of having to do his father's dirty work and decides to move into Southfork. Strife continues to grow between Ann and Bobby when it is revealed she went to her ex for help with a family problem. Rebecca approaches Bobby and Christopher with information that she believes might help save the ranch. Written by TNT Publicity

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Marta Del Sol: I have money. A lot of money. Skimmed from Vicente on Southfork's sale. We could go away together.
John Ross Ewing: I wouldn't wanna go across the street with you. Now leave, before I do somethin' we both regret.
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Simple But Complicated
12 July 2012 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

In this episode we finally start to see some of the relationship between Rebecca and Tommy. The thing is Rebecca is now torn between what she got into her relationship with Christopher for - a plot with Tommy which appears to be money oriented- and the personal feelings she has developed for Christopher.

She does help Bobby and Christopher find out that Jock left a safe deposit box with a Southfork Deed that splits the property rights and mineral rights of the ranch. She does hide this from Tommy. Then at the end of the show she finds out more about her feelings for Christopher, in a very personal and physical way.

This is more of a development episode that appears to have an explosion ahead when John Ross and JR are going to find out they can't drill for oil on South Fork and might be at the mercy of the South American Criminals they had to borrow money from to secure the purchase from Bobby.

JR is in Vegas confronting old enemy Cliff Barnes, not knowing what lies ahead back in Texas. Sue Ellen nearly sells out her ethics to help John Ross, just like Bobby's wife did to help Bobby in the previous episode.

This is a stay tuned episode, the next one is likely to start cooking. I have a feeling the new generation of women on Dallas are likely to get involved with more too.


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