Everyone plays the " Blame Game " but in the end not much has changed. As Sue Ellen said, J.R. is bad. Bobby is good, and the game goes on.
Thanks goodness. Would we really want it to change?
We'll start off with Annie who takes responsibility for more
I feel like “Blame Game,” this week’s episode of Dallas , could have easily been titled “Just Another Day at Southfork.” JR’s terrible choices came back to bite everyone in the butt, SueEllen let herself get manipulated by the men in her life, Bobby fel more
" Trial and Error " started off showing us Ann Ewing's strong side but will she be able to maintain that bravado when she's behind prison bars?
Not much was better than watching Annie walked determinedly into the police station with socked feet, slam h more
Time is always a wonky thing on TV, but I have to assume that the events of “Trial and Error,” this week’s episode of Dallas , must have been spread out over at least a couple of months. It’s the only way I can explain how Anne went to trial so quickly a more