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Elena finally confronts the Ewings about what J.R. did to her father and for framing Cliff. Sue Ellen, Pamela and Ann are shocked over the truths Elena exposes, realigning relationships and... See full summary »

Director:

Patrick Duffy

Writers:

David Jacobs (created by), Cynthia Cidre (developer) | 1 more credit »
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Cast

Episode cast overview, first billed only:
Jesse Metcalfe ... Christopher Ewing
Josh Henderson ... John Ross Ewing
Jordana Brewster ... Elena Ramos
Julie Gonzalo ... Pamela Rebecca Barnes
Brenda Strong ... Ann Ewing
Mitch Pileggi ... Harris Ryland
Emma Bell ... Emma Brown
Juan Pablo Di Pace ... Nicolás Treviño
Patrick Duffy ... Bobby Ewing
Linda Gray ... Sue Ellen Ewing
Ken Kercheval ... Cliff Barnes
Marlene Forte ... Carmen Ramos
Kevin Page ... Bum
Antonio Jaramillo ... Luis
Max Ryan ... Victor Des Lauriers
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Elena finally confronts the Ewings about what J.R. did to her father and for framing Cliff. Sue Ellen, Pamela and Ann are shocked over the truths Elena exposes, realigning relationships and forcing Bobby to re-examine the steps he took to implement J.R.'s master plan. Meanwhile, Nicolas' plan to steal Ewing Global for the cartel moves forward, setting the stage for a new battle. Written by Anonymous

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Drama | Romance

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Language:

English

Release Date:

1 September 2014 (USA) See more »

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Stereo

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16:9 HD
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This marked Patrick Duffy's first directorial effort since 1998. See more »

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Excellent acting, as usual!
1 September 2014 | by heyjulesSee all my reviews

I loved the emotion that several of the characters had to show this week, and Josh adds just the right amount of humor to all the drama. The writers have a great way of twisting us around the characters and truly never knowing what to expect: When we see Emma looking spiteful and vindictive we don't like her, then when we see her vulnerable it makes us have pity on her and hope she will be able to get out of her mess; or wanting Pamela to be in wedded bliss with John Ross, but knowing she is working up some kind of retaliation after everything she dealt with this episode. So happy that Bobby and Sueellen still get great story lines for themselves. They are excellent actors and deserve their time along with all the newer characters. Great episode!


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