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
" False Confessions " lived up to its name as not one but two confessions kept the police spinning their wheels and the guilty parties out of jail.
Bobby's Confession. I expected nothing less from Bobby. He's incredibly loyal and protective of those more
We rang the death bells for Ryland too quickly last week, as we found out in “False Confessions,” this week’s episode of Dallas , that he somehow survived the bullet Anne put into him, probably on the strength of his evilness alone. I have to figure tha more
" 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 high 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 bad, but never more