Dallas (2012–2014)
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Guilt & Innocence 

Pamela's mother, Afton Cooper, returns to Dallas. Emma is put in the middle of her father and grandmother's relationship, pushing her closer to Drew.



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Episode cast overview, first billed only:
John Ross Ewing
Christopher Ewing
Elena Ramos
Ann Ewing
Harris Ryland
Emma Brown
Drew Ramos
Bobby Ewing
Sue Ellen Ewing
Ken Richards
Judith Ryland
Roy Vickers
Dr. Betty Chang


After the explosion, the family is worried most for pregnant Pamela. Christopher overrules her mother Afton Cooper to respect her explicit wish and demand surgery that might kill her as well as both his babies, but they die shortly afterward anyway. Bobby rudely refuses to cooperate with the official investigation for now, Sue Ellen's ex on the board Ken Richards tips her off it probably was a bomb. Cliff and Harlan's henchman Roy Vickers pretends Drew tampered with the bomb, but he refuses to be bribed into fleeing, obsessed with his father's drilling vision. A detective finds Pamela Barnes senior disappeared in Abu Dhabi. Harlan's mother survived the fall and pretends to make up for Emma's sake, but is caught trying to discredit him and shipped off to 'rehab'. Written by KGF Vissers

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Drama | Romance




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25 March 2013 (USA)  »

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16:9 HD
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Shows some promise with Lee Majors
26 March 2013 | by See all my reviews

It was a wise choice to add Lee Majors to the show. He's always been an excellent actor and very good at playing different types of characters. Dallas is no exception Recommend that the writers, directors and producers spend time in Texas to get familiar with Texas culture. This show lacks that realism.

The actors are excellent. They are trying to add as much realism as possible to badly written scripts.

If they would get rid of the liberal and 'anti-gun' posturing it might be a more believable show. Change Christopher's character to show a little more darker side and change John Ross's character to have a redeemable side.

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