Dallas: Season 2, Episode 4

False Confessions (11 Feb. 2013)

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J.R. works to undermine Pamela, forcing John Ross to choose between a Ewing and a Barnes. Cliff Barnes returns to meet with an unlikely visitor.



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Frank Ashkani takes JR's advice, digging up Tommy's corpse to ruin Pamela, but lover and shares-conspirator John Ross tips off Cliff Barnes, who frames foster son Frank and morally blackmails him to commit suicide. John Ross bribes the Ramos's foreman to sabotage their drilling, so they'll fail on Sue Ellen's loan, but Drew spots the ploy and fires him. Bobby falsely confesses the shooting of Harlan, who recovers but still points him out as perpetrator, instead of Anna, who would loose any chance to ever reconcile Emma. Written by KGF Vissers

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The courtroom scene where Frank Ashkani commits suicide when he swallows a cyanide pill was filmed inside the Rockwall County Courthouse. The court chamber used is an actual courtroom which was unoccupied whilst the other chambers were used for official court business. See more »

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