" Sins of the Father " juggled the players on Dallas in such a way that when they landed, former friends became enemies and enemies banded together.
Complications for Elena . When I'd heard that a family member would arrive in this episode I had more
I watch a lot of TV, so it’s rare to surprise me anymore, but the end of “Sins of the Father,” this week’s episode of Dallas , actually left me a little bit stunned. I’m used to seeing good guys go right up to the edge of doing something more
The double-episode premiere of the second season of Dallas was definitely marred by the knowledge that we won’t have America’s Favorite Villain, JR Ewing, around for much longer, but “Battle Lines” and “Venomous Creatures” prov more
'Dallas's return brought the usual catalogue of threats, revelations and poolside romances, but this second series of the reboot has a giant Stetson-shaped shadow hanging over it.
It was business as usual for both generations of Ewings... the saintly more
Welcome back to Southfork, Dallas devotees! The show, which surprised everyone this summer by being deliciously decadent fun, returns to sow more trouble among the forever-bickering Ewing clan. http://www.buddytv.com/articles/dallas-tv/dallas-season-premi more
" Venomous Creatures " had so much to love about it and it was mostly due to JR Ewing. He's the king of identifying enemies and allies and swapping them at will. Never underestimate JR.
There were certainly plenty of allies in this episode b more