Dallas: Season 2, Episode 6

Blame Game (25 Feb. 2013)

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With Drew's help, Christopher makes a startling revelation that may change the fate of Ewing Energies. The family comes together when an outsider tries to undermine them all.



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Christopher finds out JR's plot just too late to have Elena stop Drew signing a non-jail settlement. John Ross convinces Sue Ellen to seize the morality clause to foreclose the drilling loan collateral. JR manages to destroy Bobby's only leverage to counter-blackmail. Pamela reneges on her deal with John Ross. Vicente Cano escapes from the Venezuelan consulate general with armed goons to take the Ewings hostage and seizes the methane prototype, but ends up overpowered. Christopher buys a divorce and custody with 10% Ewing shares. Anne is found guilty of attempted homicide, but gets off with probation. Written by KGF Vissers

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Ann Ewing: I know that look, and the feeling behind it. One time when I went to my hairdresser, he convinced me to get some highlights. So I did, and as I was on my way home I got afraid, what if Harris didn't like it?
Emma Brown: What did he say?
Ann Ewing: Before he got home I went back and had it dyed back to the original color. But he still knew, he got furious. That was the start of him always making me feel like I was stupid for not consulting him first.
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Prelude To A Death
28 February 2013 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

While the double dealing and back stabbing is increasing to a fever pitch, it appears the war is about to come when J R's Funeral is in the next episode. There is a lot going on in this one as even JR is briefly harassing his brother Bobbie.

We are getting more towards John Ross taking over as the chief baddie but in a shrewd script move he is enlisting Sue Ellen (Mom) to help him achieve his goals. Does this mean Sue Ellen is going to become a mean mom bent on revenge when JR dies? While there is a lot of smoke and fire going on here, there should be some shifts in characters that main event will enable to happen.

One thing I am wondering for next episode- is JR going to die of natural causes or are we in store for an interesting twist on his death on the show versus Hagman's real life death? This episode reveals nothing about that. Bobby going to the empty JR's room at Southfork near the end of this episode is a nice touch.

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