CTVA US Drama - "Dallas" Season 6 (1982-83)

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Season 6 (1982-83)
Episode Guide compiled by The Classic TV Archive
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  CBS Fridays 9:00-10:00pm Eastern
Lorimar production / Filmed at MGM Studios
Executive Producer: Philip Capice/ Supervising Producer Arthur Bernard Lewis / Produced by Leonard Katzman / Associate Producer: Cliff Fenneman
Executive Production Supervisor: Edward O. Denault
prod. nos. 171101 to 171128

6.1 (104) Dallas: CHANGING OF THE GUARD
01-Oct-1982 CBS / prod. no. 171101
Executive Producer: Philip Capice/ Supervising Producer Arthur Bernard Lewis / Produced by Leonard Katzman / Associate Producer: Cliff Fenneman
Written by Arthur Bernard Lewis
Directed by Michael Preece
Director of Photography: Edward R. Plante
*
Starring In Alphabetical Order: (opening titles)
Barbara Bel Geddes, Patrick Duffy, Linda Gray, Larry Hagman, Susan Howard, Steve Kanaly, Ken Kercheval, Victoria Principal, Charlene Tilton
Also Starring: (opening credits - no picture)
Audrey Landers, Priscilla Pointer, Howard Keel as Clayton Farlow
*
(end credits)
Guest Stars:
Lois Chiles, Fern Fitzgerald, Don Starr, Karlene Crockett, Paul Carr
Co-Starring:
William H. Bassett, Sheila Frazier, Jim Weston, Phyllis Flax, Deborah Tranelli, Debbie Rennard, Danone Simpson
With:
Tyler Bannks, Maria Melendez, Roseanna Christiansen, Gay Smith, John Walker, Charles Escamilla
Synopsis:
Miss Ellie, Bobby and Lucy vote to have J.R. removed as president of Ewing Oil. J.R. learns Christopher is not his baby.
Rebecca, Afton, and Pam visit Cliff who is in a coma in the hospital. Ewing Oil gets new offices. Bobby meets oilwoman
Holly Harwood (Lois Chiles). Lucy learns she's pregnant with Roger's baby. J.R. accepts Holly's offer to run Harwood Oil.

6.2 (105) Dallas: WHERE THERE'S A WILL
8Oct82 CBS / prod. no. 171102
Executive Producer: Philip Capice/ Supervising Producer Arthur Bernard Lewis / Produced by Leonard Katzman / Associate Producer: Cliff Fenneman
Written by Leonard Katzman
Directed by Leonard Katzman
Director of Photography: Edward R. Plante
*
Starring In Alphabetical Order: (opening titles)
Barbara Bel Geddes, Patrick Duffy, Linda Gray, Larry Hagman, Susan Howard, Steve Kanaly, Ken Kercheval, Victoria Principal, Charlene Tilton
Also Starring: (opening credits - no picture)
Audrey Landers, Priscilla Pointer, Howard Keel as Clayton Farlow
*
(end credits)
Guest Stars:
Morgan Woodward, Alice Herson, Robin Strand, Fern Fitzgerald, George O. Petrie, Stephanie Blackmore, Paul Carr, Charles Napier
Co-Starring:
Jim Weston, Debbie Rennard, Deborah Tranelli, Danone Simpson
and:
Aarika Wells as Millie
With:
Maria Melendez, Kimberly Ross, Debi Sue Voorhees, Michele Rasheene, Joseph Miller
Synopsis:
J.R. tries to see Jock's will by using Serena and blackmailing Harve Smithfield's son-in-law. Cliff recovers in the hospital
and gets a visit from Sue Ellen. Ray gets a letter from Aunt Lilly about Amos Krebbs' ill health. Lucy tells Pam about her
pregnancy. Cliff leaves the hospital. Sue Ellen is having second thoughts about marrying J.R. and visits Clayton at
the Southern Cross ranch. Marilee offers Cliff a job.

6.3 (106) Dallas: BILLION DOLLAR QUESTION
15Oct82 CBS / prod. no. 171103
Executive Producer: Philip Capice/ Supervising Producer Arthur Bernard Lewis / Produced by Leonard Katzman / Associate Producer: Cliff Fenneman
Written by Arthur Bernard Lewis
Directed by Michael Preece
Director of Photography: Edward R. Plante
*
Starring In Alphabetical Order: (opening titles)
Barbara Bel Geddes, Patrick Duffy, Linda Gray, Larry Hagman, Susan Howard, Steve Kanaly, Ken Kercheval, Victoria Principal, Charlene Tilton
Also Starring: (opening credits - no picture)
Audrey Landers, Priscilla Pointer, Howard Keel as Clayton Farlow
*
(end credits)
Guest Stars:
Lois Chiles, Kate Reid, Alice Hirson, Fern Fitzgerald, George O. Petrie, Frank Martin, Dennis Limbscomb
(NO Co-Starring Cast)
With:
Tyler Banks, Esther McCarrell, Roseanna Christiansen, Robert Chapman, Charles Escamilla, Jeanne Anderson,
Karen Radcliff, John Walker, Lacy Wayne
Synopsis:
Lucy has an abortion. Cliff cautiously accepts Marilee's job offer. The Ewings get an invitation for another Oil Barons Ball.
J.R. pressures Miss Ellie to open Jock's will and tries to use an IRS agent to put pressure on Bobby. Miss Ellie decides to
socialize again. Holly Harwood rebuffs J.R.'s sexual advances. Ray gets news of Amos Krebbs' death. J.R. visits Sue Ellen
at Clayton's ranch. Clayton learns Dusty is coming back.

6.4 (107) Dallas: THE BIG BALL
22Oct82 CBS / prod. no. 171104
Executive Producer: Philip Capice/ Supervising Producer Arthur Bernard Lewis / Produced by Leonard Katzman / Associate Producer: Cliff Fenneman
Written by Leonard Katzman
Directed by Leonard Katzman
Director of Photography: Edward R. Plante
*
Starring In Alphabetical Order: (opening titles)
Barbara Bel Geddes, Patrick Duffy, Linda Gray, Larry Hagman, Susan Howard, Steve Kanaly, Ken Kercheval, Victoria Principal, Charlene Tilton
Also Starring: (opening credits - no picture)
Audrey Landers, Jared Martin,  Priscilla Pointer, Howard Keel as Clayton Farlow
*
(end credits)
Special Guest Star:
Dale Robertson
Guest Stars:
Lois Chiles, Morgan Woodward, Kate Reid, Alice Hirson, Fern Fitzgerald, Don Starr, Melody Anderson
and:
Timothy Patrick Murphy as Mickey Trotter
(NO Co-Starring Cast):
With:
Roseanna Christiansen, Wm H. Burkett, Jordan Daniels, Jeanne Evans, Jack Portman
Synopsis:
Dusty questions Sue Ellen about her and J.R. Ray and Donna go to Amos Krebbs' funeral. J.R. continues to secretly run Harwood Oil.
Dusty introduces his new wife Linda to a shocked Sue Ellen. Ray meets his rebellious cousin Mickey Trotter. Sue Ellen leaves
Southern Cross. Pressured by J.R., Punk Anderson announces the Jock Ewing Memorial Scholarship at the Oil Barons Ball. Miss Ellie
decides to have Jock declared legally dead.

6.5 (108) Dallas: JOCK'S WILL
29Oct82 CBS / prod. no. 171105
Executive Producer: Philip Capice/ Supervising Producer Arthur Bernard Lewis / Produced by Leonard Katzman / Associate Producer: Cliff Fenneman
Written by David Paulsen
Directed by Michael Preece
Director of Photography: Edward R. Plante
*
Starring In Alphabetical Order: (opening titles)
Barbara Bel Geddes, Patrick Duffy, Linda Gray, Larry Hagman, Susan Howard, Steve Kanaly, Ken Kercheval, Victoria Principal, Charlene Tilton
Also Starring: (opening credits - no picture)
Audrey Landers, Priscilla Pointer, (NOT Howard Keel)
*
(end credits)
Special Guest Star:
Dale Robertson
Guest Stars:
Kate Reid, Morgan Woodward, Timothy Patrick Murphy, Alice Hirson, Peter Hobbs, Don Starr, Kenneth Kimmins, George O. Petrie
and:
Ted Shackleford as Gary Ewing
Co-Starring:
Geoge Cooper, Robert Ackerman, Phyllis Flax
With:
Gary E. Daniels, Glenn Davis, Roseanna Christiansen, Edward Holmes, Stann Alison, Jerry Biggs, Tyler Banks
Synopsis:
Pamela urges Lucy to go back to work. Ray and Donna continue in Kansas. Ray learns Mickey is hiding a criminal conviction from his mother.
J.R. and Sue Ellen set the wedding date. Ray brings Mickey to Southfork. Bobby testifies in court about the search for Jock in South America.
The court declares Jock legally dead. The reading of Jock's will sets the stage for a yearlong battle between Bobby & J.R. for control of Ewing Oil.

6.6 (109) Dallas: AFTERMATH
5Nov82 CBS / prod. no. 171106
Executive Producer: Philip Capice/ Supervising Producer Arthur Bernard Lewis / Produced by Leonard Katzman / Associate Producer: Cliff Fenneman
Written by David Paulsen
Directed by Leonard Katzman
Director of Photography: Edward R. Plante
*
Starring In Alphabetical Order: (opening titles)
Barbara Bel Geddes, Patrick Duffy, Linda Gray, Larry Hagman, Susan Howard, Steve Kanaly, Ken Kercheval, Victoria Principal, Charlene Tilton
Also Starring: (opening credits - no picture)
Audrey Landers, Priscilla Pointer, Howard Keel as Clayton Farlow
*
(end credits)
Guest Stars:
Lois Chiles, Morgan Woodward, Ben Piazza, George O. Petrie, Paul Napier, Ray Wise, J. Patrick McNamara, Kenneth Kimmins
and:
Timothy Patrick Murphy as Mickey Trotter
Co-Starring:
James L. Brown, Robert Ackerman, Debbie Rennard, Deborah Tranelli, Donald Bishop, Danone Simpson
With:
Harry Harris, L.D. Vickers, C.M. Patrick Dennnis, Charles Rowland, Carol Sanchez
Synopsis:
As J.R. and Bobby begin the battle for control of Ewing Oil, Miss Ellie fears what it will do to the family. Lucy questions her dad's love for her.
Cliff fears J.R. will use his new influence to convince Marilee to hurt him. Ray is glad Jock's will keeps him out of Ewing Oil.  Rebecca tells J.R.
she will use her power to hurt him. Miss Ellie tells Donna that she thinks Jock hurt Gary in the will. J.R. tries to pressure Walt Driscoll (Ben
Piazza) of the Office of Land Management to get an oil variance. Rebecca buys an oil company and asks Cliff to run it. Blair Sullivan takes Lucy
back into work. Bobby gets involved in a business deal with the McLeish brothers of Canada. Pam and Bobby are happy to hear that Christopher's
adoption hearing has been set. Rebecca hopes to use the new oil company against J.R.

6.7 (110) Dallas: HIT AND RUN
12Nov82 CBS / prod. no. 171107
Executive Producer: Philip Capice/ Supervising Producer Arthur Bernard Lewis / Produced by Leonard Katzman / Associate Producer: Cliff Fenneman
Written by Howard Lakin
Directed by Michael Preece
Director of Photography: Edward R. Plante
*
Starring In Alphabetical Order: (opening titles)
Barbara Bel Geddes, Patrick Duffy, Linda Gray, Larry Hagman, Susan Howard, Steve Kanaly, Ken Kercheval, Victoria Principal, Charlene Tilton
Also Starring: (opening credits - no picture)
Audrey Landers, Priscilla Pointer, (NOT Howard Keel)
*
(end credits)
Special Guest Stars:
Dale Robertson, Nicholas Hammond
Guest Stars:
Morgan Woodward, Ben Piazza, John Larroquette, Fay Hauser, Fern Fitzgerald, Don Starr, George O. Petrie
J. Patrick McNamara, Kenneth Kimmins, Tom Fuccello, Martha Smith, Paul Carr, Ray Wise

and:
Timothy Patrick Murphy as Mickey Trotter
Co-Starring:
Paul Sorensen, James L. Brown, Jim Weston, Debbie Rennard, Deborah Tranelli, Donald Bishop, Donald Craig
With:
Robert Clarke, John Bliss, Roseanna Christainsen, J. David Moellar, Pam Lauffer,
Glenn Davis, Bob Herron, Gary E. Daniel, John Walker
Synopsis:
The battle for control of Ewing Oil gets tougher every day. Cliff becomes president of Barnes/Wentworth Oil. Ray discovers Mickey gambling with ranch
hands. Lucy works with a woman photographer. The McLeish brothers see Bobby moving too slow and go to Cliff instead but eventually Pam surprisingly
helps Bobby secure the Canadian deal. Widower Frank Crutcher offers Miss Ellie his friendship. With Cliff running an oil company, Pam is torn
between Rebecca and the Ewings. J.R. schemes to get an oil variance. Lucy's lawyer (John Larroquette) warns her that Mitch may be after some of her
money in the divorce settlement.

6.8 (111) Dallas: THE EWING TOUCH
19Nov82 CBS / prod. no. 171108
Executive Producer: Philip Capice/ Supervising Producer Arthur Bernard Lewis / Produced by Leonard Katzman / Associate Producer: Cliff Fenneman
Written by Howard Lakin
Directed by Leonard Katzman
Director of Photography: Edward R. Plante
*
Starring In Alphabetical Order: (opening titles)
Barbara Bel Geddes, Patrick Duffy, Linda Gray, Larry Hagman, Susan Howard, Steve Kanaly, Ken Kercheval, Victoria Principal, Charlene Tilton
Also Starring: (opening credits - no picture)
Audrey Landers, Priscilla Pointer, Howard Keel as Clayton Farlow
*
(end credits)
Special Guest Stars:
Dale Robertson, Nicholas Hammond
Guest Stars:
Lois Chiles, Morgan Woodward, Ben Piazza, Albert Salmi, Alice Hirson, John Larroquette, Fay Hauser,
Fern Fitzgerald, Don Starr, J. Patrick McNamara, Kenneth Kimmins, John Carter, Tom Fucello

and:
Timothy Patrick Murphy as Mickey Trotter
Co-Starring:
Paul Sorensen, Debbie Rennard, Richard Lockmuller, Hal Bokar, Morgan Jones, Tami Barber
With:
Al Berry, Tomas W. Babson, Roseanna Christiansen, Gary E. Daniel, Glenn Davis, Harold Suggs, Shanette Eccles,
Hal Fletcher, T.J. Kennedy, Joseph Rainer, Mary Davis Duncan, Jordan Daniels, Hart Sprager, Lacy Wayne, Norman Bennett
Synopsis:
J.R. blackmails Walt Driscoll and gets his variance. Miss Ellie tries to make peace with Rebecca. Christopher's adoption becomes final and the
family celebrates. Cliff gets mad at Pamela for helping Bobby secure the Canadian deal. J.R. pumps oil at full capacity despite a surplus. Ray finds
Mickey in a bar instead of working and tries to teach him a lesson of responsibility. Miss Ellie brings Frank Crutcher to dinner at Southfork.
J.R. tries to sabotage Bobby's operations.

6.9 (112) Dallas: FRINGE BENEFITS
26Nov82 CBS / prod. no. 171109
Executive Producer: Philip Capice/ Supervising Producer Arthur Bernard Lewis / Produced by Leonard Katzman / Associate Producer: Cliff Fenneman
Written by Will Lorin
Directed by Michael Preece
Director of Photography: Edward R. Plante
*
Starring In Alphabetical Order: (opening titles)
Barbara Bel Geddes, Patrick Duffy, Linda Gray, Larry Hagman, Susan Howard, Steve Kanaly, Ken Kercheval, Victoria Principal, Charlene Tilton
Also Starring: (opening credits - no picture)
Audrey Landers, Priscilla Pointer, (NOT Howard Keel)
*
(end credits)
Special Guest Star:
Dale Robertson
Guest Stars:
Morgan Woodward, Albert Salmi, Michael Prince, Fern Fitzgerald, Don Starr, Kenneth Kimmins, Jack Collins
Co-Starring:
Paul Sorensen, Ann Burk, Rodger Boyce, Dan Patterson, Carol Sanchez
(NO With Cast):
Synopsis:
Bobby's Canadian deal is delayed due to weather problems. J.R. and Sue Ellen get ready for their wedding. Pam and Sue Ellen become closer despite
the rivalry between their husbands. J.R. questions Miss Ellie about Frank Crutcher. J.R. tries to use Sue Ellen to get a refinery deal but the scheme
backfires and it's Cliff who gets the deal in the end, with Afton's help. The cartel sides with Cliff. Pam tells Bobby that Jock's will is ruining
the family and asks him to give up the battle.

6.10 (113) Dallas: THE WEDDING
3Dec82 / prod. no. 171110
Executive Producer: Philip Capice/ Supervising Producer Arthur Bernard Lewis / Produced by Leonard Katzman / Associate Producer: Cliff Fenneman
Written by Will Lorin
Directed by Leonard Katzman
Director of Photography: Edward R. Plante
*
Starring In Alphabetical Order: (opening titles)
Barbara Bel Geddes, Patrick Duffy, Linda Gray, Larry Hagman, Susan Howard, Steve Kanaly, Ken Kercheval, Victoria Principal, Charlene Tilton
Also Starring: (opening credits - no picture)
Audrey Landers, Priscilla Pointer, Howard Keel as Clayton Farlow
*
(end credits)
Guest Stars:
Lois Chiles, Morgan Woodward, Alice Hirson, Parley Baer, Tom Fuccello, Don Starr, Ray Wise
and:
Timothy Patrick Murphy as Mickey Trotter
Co-Starring:
Deborah Tranelli, Danone Simpson
And:
Doug McGrath as Gentry
With:
Rita Craffts, Charles Escamilla, Glen Wilson, Alice Ferris, Tyler Banks,
Lynn Howerton, Julie Wray, Pel Norris, Pam Bower, Lacy Wayne
Synopsis:
It's December 3, 1982 and J.R. and Sue Ellen remarry. Cartel members stay away. Mickey and Lucy meet. Ray warns Mickey to stay away from Lucy.
Jordan Lee pressures Bobby to stop J.R.'s uncontrolled pumping. J.R. makes an unsuspecting Holly sell some of her assets to his dummy corporation
named Petro State. Punk Anderson, as administrator of Jock's estate, warns J.R. to play by the rules or he'll stop him. Miss Ellie tells Clayton
he reminds her of Jock. Bobby accuses J.R. of using Jock's will to destroy Ewing Oil. Afton fears Cliff is still in love with Sue Ellen. Donna
agrees to serve on the Texas Energy Commission and gets Miss Ellie's blessing to do so, even if it means she will be the one to stop J.R.

6.11 (114) Dallas: POST NUPTIAL
10Dec82 CBS / prod. no. 171111
Executive Producer: Philip Capice/ Supervising Producer Arthur Bernard Lewis / Produced by Leonard Katzman / Associate Producer: Cliff Fenneman
Written by ?
Directed by Michael Preece
Director of Photography: Edward R. Plante
*
Starring In Alphabetical Order: (opening titles)
Barbara Bel Geddes, Patrick Duffy, Linda Gray, Larry Hagman, Susan Howard, Steve Kanaly, Ken Kercheval, Victoria Principal, Charlene Tilton
Also Starring: (opening credits - no picture)
Audrey Landers, Priscilla Pointer, Howard Keel as Clayton Farlow
*
(end credits)
Special Guest Stars:
Nicholas Hammond, E. J. Andre
Guest Stars:
Lois Chiles, Morgan Woodward, Alice Hirson, Fern Fitzgerald, Don Starr, Tom Fuccello, Parley Baer, Jon Cypher, Gerry Gibson, Ivan Bonar
and:
Timothy Patrick Murphy as Mickey Trotter
Co-Starring:
Paul Sorensen
Deborah Tranelli
Tom Tarpey
With:
Jack Dunlop, Tyler Banks, Gregg Howard, Robert W. Hilton, Lacy Wayne
Synopsis:
Cliff makes a scene at the wedding and then fights with J.R. in the pool. Rebecca encourages the cartel to put the screws to J.R. Holly reveals
to Bobby that J.R. owns 25 percent of her company. Another man tries to take advantage of Lucy. Donna fears her membership on the Texas Energy
Commission will cause more problems in the family. Bobby suspects J.R. is selling oil to an embargoed country and confronts J.R. about it.

6.12 (115) Dallas: BARBECUE THREE
17Dec82 CBS / prod. no. 171112
Executive Producer: Philip Capice/ Supervising Producer Arthur Bernard Lewis / Produced by Leonard Katzman / Associate Producer: Cliff Fenneman
Written by Arthur Bernard Lewis
Directed by Leonard Katzman
Director of Photography: Edward R. Plante
*
Starring In Alphabetical Order: (opening titles)
Barbara Bel Geddes, Patrick Duffy, Linda Gray, Larry Hagman, Susan Howard, Steve Kanaly, Ken Kercheval, Victoria Principal, Charlene Tilton
Also Starring: (opening credits - no picture)
Audrey Landers, Priscilla Pointer, Howard Keel as Clayton Farlow
*
(end credits)
Special Guest Star:
E. J. Andre
Guest Stars:
Lois Chiles, Morgan Woodward, Alice Hirson, Fern Fitzgerald, Don Starr, James Karen, Arlen Dean Snyder, Julio Medina
and:
Timothy Patrick Murphy as Mickey Trotter
Co-Starring:
Debbie Rennard, Deborah Tranelli, Bobbie Ferguson, Danone Simpson, Kirk Scott
With:
Robert Swick, Biff Yeager, Ray Walker, Glo Jenkins, Ken Farmer,
Sheila Bird, Jeanne Z. Evans, Peyton E. Park, Deborah Lynn Rogers, Lawrence Montaigne, David Sanderson
Synopsis:
Lucy rebuffs Mickey's advances. The Texas Energy Commission votes to rescind J.R.'s variance. Holly tells Bobby she suspects J.R. has been using
a dummy corporation. J.R. opens a chain of cut-rate gas stations. Estimates put the number of stations owned or controlled by J.R. in Dallas and
north-east Texas in excess of 200. Faced with J.R's cheap gas, the Texas Energy Commission rescinds its previous decision. Bobby accuses J.R. of
gaining short-term profit at the expense of Ewing Oil's long-term resources. For the first time, Bobby tells Pam that he fears he may lose
the contest with J.R. Holly tells Bobby she wants to be on his side in the battle with J.R. Angry oilmen led by Cliff and the cartel confront J.R.
at the Ewing barbecue but Bobby, Ray, and Miss Ellie stick up for the Ewing family. Miss Ellie decides to stop the battle for Ewing Oil by going
to court to break Jock's will.

6.13 (116) Dallas: MAMA DEAREST
31Dec82 CBS / prod. no. 171113
Executive Producer: Philip Capice/ Supervising Producer Arthur Bernard Lewis / Produced by Leonard Katzman / Associate Producer: Cliff Fenneman
Written by Arthur Bernard Lewis
Directed by Patrick Duffy
Director of Photography: Edward R. Plante
*
Starring In Alphabetical Order: (opening titles)
Barbara Bel Geddes, Patrick Duffy, Linda Gray, Larry Hagman, Susan Howard, Steve Kanaly, Ken Kercheval, Victoria Principal, Charlene Tilton
Also Starring: (opening credits - no picture)
Audrey Landers, Priscilla Pointer, Howard Keel as Clayton Farlow
*
(end credits)
Special Guest Star:
Donald Moffat
Guest Stars:
Lois Chiles, Morgan Woodward, Don Starr, George O. Petrie, Karlene Crockett, Paul Carr, James Karen, Julio Medina, Arlen Dean Snyder
and:
Timothy Patrick Murphy as Mickey Trotter
Co-Starring:
Paul Sorensen, Debbie Rennard, Deborah Tranelli, Joan Staley, Robert Pinkerton, Bobbie Ferguson, Danone Simpson, Daryl Lynn Wood
(NO With Cast):
Synopsis:
Miss Ellie's decision to contest Jock's will causes further divisions in the family. J.R. warns Miss Ellie he will fight her in court.
Bobby reluctantly sides with J.R. Pamela sides with Miss Ellie. Harv Smithfield refuses to represent Miss Ellie because of his legal and
moral loyalty to Jock. Bobby accuses Pam of fighting him on Miss Ellie's side. An angry J.R. confronts Clayton who visits with Miss Ellie
at Southfork. J.R.'s cut-rate gas stations get more media attention. Miss Ellie's new lawyer suggests it might be necessary to question
Jock's mental competency at the time the will was made. Cliff moves into a new place.Afton questions Cliff about marriage.

6.14 (117) Dallas: THE EWING BLUES
7Jan83 CBS / prod. no. 171114
Executive Producer: Philip Capice/ Supervising Producer Arthur Bernard Lewis / Produced by Leonard Katzman / Associate Producer: Cliff Fenneman
Written by David Paulsen
Directed by David Paulsen
Director of Photography: Edward R. Plante
*
Starring In Alphabetical Order: (opening titles)
Barbara Bel Geddes, Patrick Duffy, Linda Gray, Larry Hagman, Susan Howard, Steve Kanaly, Ken Kercheval, Victoria Principal, Charlene Tilton
Also Starring: (opening credits - no picture)
Audrey Landers, Priscilla Pointer, John Beck, (NOT Howard Keel)
*
(end credits)
Special Guest Star:
Donald Moffat
Guest Stars:
Lois Chiles, John Reilly, Fern Fitzgerald, Don Starr, Lane Davies, Scott Palmer
and:
Timothy Patrick Murphy as Mickey Trotter
Co-Starring:
Paul Sorensen, Al Checco, Debbie Rennard, Deborah Tranelli, Robert Pinkerton, Danone Simpson
With:
Pamela Bowman, John McKenzie, Lori McGinley, Randie Jean Davis, Roseanna Chritiansen, Cheri Maugans, Tyler Banks
Synopsis:
Miss Ellie has second thoughts about overturning Jock's will. Donna feels frustrated with the Texas Energy Commission and considers quitting
but Ray encourages her to stay on. The media label J.R. "the king of cut-rate gas". Pamela meets Mark Graison (John Beck) who immediately feels
attracted to her.Afton gets mad at Cliff for not taking the marriage issue seriously. J.R. gets a punch in the face from Ray over Donna's
involvement in the Texas Energy Commission. J.R. blackmails Holly over Harwood Oil business. Mark Graison uses a pretext to see Pam for breakfast.
Lucy and Mickey continue exchanging insults. Holly wants to get rid of J.R. and asks Bobby for help.J.R. and Sue Ellen appear on television where
J.R. publicly says that Bobby is too weak to run Ewing Oil. Miss Ellie decides to break Jock's will after all.

6.15 (118) Dallas: THE RECKONING
14Jan83 CBS / prod. no. 171115
Executive Producer: Philip Capice/ Supervising Producer Arthur Bernard Lewis / Produced by Leonard Katzman / Associate Producer: Cliff Fenneman
Written by Will Lorin
Directed by Bill Duke
Director of Photography: Edward R. Plante
*
Starring In Alphabetical Order: (opening titles)
Barbara Bel Geddes, Patrick Duffy, Linda Gray, Larry Hagman, Susan Howard, Steve Kanaly, Ken Kercheval, Victoria Principal, Charlene Tilton
Also Starring: (opening credits - no picture)
Audrey Landers, Priscilla Pointer, John Beck, Howard Keel as Clayton Farlow
*
(end credits)
Special Guest Star:
Donald Moffat
Guest Stars:
Morgan Woodward, Fern Fitzgerald, Don Starr, Tom Fuccello, George O. Petrie, Arlen Dean Snyder, Laurence Haddon, James Karen, Julio Medina, Fred Carney
Co-Starring:
Paul Sorensen, Charles Walker, Kristin Larkin, Milt Jamin, Roseanna Christiansen
(NO With Cast)
Synopsis:
J.R. and Bobby unite against Miss Ellie in her effort to overrule Jock's will. Pam's siding with Miss Ellie causes more tensions with Bobby.
If Miss Ellie wins in court, the old will of 15 years ago shall become effective. Sue Ellen discovers Mark Graison's obvious interest in Pamela
and tells J.R. who tries to use Mark to break Pam and Bobby up. Ray and J.R. have another confrontation. J.R. and Bobby try to convince Punk
Anderson to be on their side in the court battle over the will. Mark becomes very interested in Pam. Sue Ellen questions Pam about her marriage and
Mark. Miss Ellie testifies in court that Jock was mentally incompetent when he wrote the codicil to the will but in the end she loses the court case.

6.16 (119) Dallas: A EWING IS A EWING
28Jan83 CBS / prod. no. 171116
Executive Producer: Philip Capice/ Supervising Producer Arthur Bernard Lewis / Produced by Leonard Katzman / Associate Producer: Cliff Fenneman
Written by Frank Furino
Directed by Larry Hagman
Director of Photography: Edward R. Plante
*
Starring In Alphabetical Order: (opening titles)
Barbara Bel Geddes, Patrick Duffy, Linda Gray, Larry Hagman, Susan Howard, Steve Kanaly, Ken Kercheval, Victoria Principal, Charlene Tilton
Also Starring: (opening credits - no picture)
Audrey Landers, Priscilla Pointer, John Beck, Howard Keel as Clayton Farlow
*
(end credits)
Guest Stars:
Lois Chiles, Paul Mantee, Charles Napier, Fern Fitzgerald, Don Starr, April Clough, Arlen Dean Synder
and:
Timothy Patrick Murphy as Mickey Trotter
Co-Starring:
Debbie Rennard, Deborah Tranelli, Kristin Larkin, Anthony Miller, Robert Burleigh, John Dennis, Ion Berger
With:
Gloria Hayes, Cynthia Janos, Kristi Ferrell, Roseanna Christiansen, Dennis J. Zacker, Kurtis Woodruff, Ken Phillips
Synopsis:
Cliff plots to tempt J.R. with a political office. Mark Graison continues to try to impress Pam. J.R. gets a visit from an Air Force general
concerning Harwood Oil's cancelled contracts with the military. J.R. asks Sue Ellen to ask Clayton to refine his oil but the plan backfires
because Clayton gets mad at Sue Ellen and J.R. Bobby sees George Hicks of the Texas Energy Commission and J.R. talking and suspects Hicks has
been bought by J.R. Miss Ellie goes to Galveston to get away from it all and runs into Clayton. J.R. tries to romance Holly but she pulls a
gun on him and threatens to kill him if he ever touches her again. Miss Ellie has a good time with Clayton in Galveston. Bobby plots to play
dirty with George Hicks.

6.17 (120) Dallas: CRASH OF '83
4Feb83 CBS / prod. no. 171117
Executive Producer: Philip Capice/ Supervising Producer Arthur Bernard Lewis / Produced by Leonard Katzman / Associate Producer: Cliff Fenneman
Written by Howard Lakin
Directed by Bill Duke
Director of Photography: Jack Swain (NOT Edward R. Plante)
*
Starring In Alphabetical Order: (opening titles)
Barbara Bel Geddes, Patrick Duffy, Linda Gray, Larry Hagman, Susan Howard, Steve Kanaly, Ken Kercheval, Victoria Principal, Charlene Tilton
Also Starring: (opening credits - no picture)
Audrey Landers, Priscilla Pointer, Howard Keel as Clayton Farlow
*
(end credits)
Guest Stars:
Albert Salmi, John Reilly, Ben Piazza, April Clough, Arlen Dean Snyder, Charles Napier, Kenneth Kimmins, Jack Collins
and:
Timothy Patrick Murphy as Mickey Trotter
(NO Co-Starring Cast)
With:
Roseanna Christiansen, Tyler Banks
Synopsis:
J.R. gets suspicious of Clayton Farlow's (Howard Keel) intentions toward Miss Ellie. Hicks is questioned by Bobby about him and J.R. and denies
having ever met J.R. Ray is worried about Mickey's influence on Lucy. J.R. gets a call from Walt Driscoll who is in the Cayman Islands. Bobby
blackmails Hicks to make him change his vote on J.R.'s variance. Pam is disgusted when Bobby tells her about blackmailing Hicks. Afton receives
news of a crash of the Wentworth jet.

6.18 (121) Dallas: REQUIEM
11Feb83 CBS / prod. no. 171118
Executive Producer: Philip Capice/ Supervising Producer Arthur Bernard Lewis / Produced by Leonard Katzman / Associate Producer: Cliff Fenneman
Written by Linda Elstad
Directed by Larry Hagman
Director of Photography: Edward R. Plante
*
Starring In Alphabetical Order: (opening titles)
Barbara Bel Geddes, Patrick Duffy, Linda Gray, Larry Hagman, Susan Howard, Steve Kanaly, Ken Kercheval, Victoria Principal, Charlene Tilton
Also Starring: (opening credits - no picture)
Audrey Landers, Priscilla Pointer, John Beck, Howard Keel as Clayton Farlow
*
(end credits)
Guest Stars:
Lois Chiles, Morgan Woodward, Morgan Brittany, Arlen Dean Snyder, Ben Piazza, Fern Fitzgerald, Don Starr, Alice Hirson, Don Fuccello
Ryan MacDonald, Richard Kuss, John Ingle

Co-Starring:
Paul Sorensen, Robert Denison, Debbie Rennard, Bill Conklin, Danone Simpson
With:
Jane D'Auvray, Jack Eisman, Buddy Farmer, Roseanna Christiansen
Synopsis:
After the plane crash Rebecca dies, with Pam at her bedside. Clayton accuses J.R. of being responsible for Rebecca's death. The Texas Energy
Commission rescinds J.R.'s variance and J.R. gets mad at George Hicks who tells him he was blackmailed by Bobby. Cliff takes the blame for
Rebecca's death and seeks consolation from Afton. Katherine arrives from New York and accuses Cliff of having caused Rebecca's death. Sue Ellen
accuses Donna of being responsible for J.R.'s losing his variance. J.R. pushes his Caribbean deal. Mark Graison attends Rebecca's funeral but
J.R. stays away. Pam tells Bobby she can't live at Southfork and needs time to think, away from the Ewings.

6.19 (122) Dallas: LEGACY
18Feb83 CBS / prod. no. 171119
Executive Producer: Philip Capice/ Supervising Producer Arthur Bernard Lewis / Produced by Leonard Katzman / Associate Producer: Cliff Fenneman
Written by Robert Sherman
Directed by Patrick Duffy
Director of Photography: Edward R. Plante
*
Starring In Alphabetical Order: (opening titles)
Barbara Bel Geddes, Patrick Duffy, Linda Gray, Larry Hagman, Susan Howard, Steve Kanaly, Ken Kercheval, Victoria Principal, Charlene Tilton
Also Starring: (opening credits - no picture)
Audrey Landers, (NOT Priscilla Pointer), John Beck, Howard Keel as Clayton Farlow
*
(end credits)
Guest Stars:
Lois Chiles, Morgan Brittany, Ben Piazza, Michael Currie, Fern Fitzgerald, Don Starr, Kenneth Kimmins, Karlene Crockett, Tom Rosqui
and:
Timothy Patrick Murphy as Mickey Trotter
Co-Starring:
Paul Sorensen, Bill Zuckert, J.P. Bumpstead, Debbie Rennard
With:
Adam Taylor, Marsha Haynes, Mary Armstrong, Chuck Hicks, Barbara Treutelaar, Susan Sacker, DebiSue Voorhees
Synopsis:
Pam leaves Bobby and Southfork, to J.R.'s delight, and moves into a hotel. The cartel celebrates J.R.'s losing his variance. J.R. tells Mark Graison
(John Beck) that Pam and Bobby split up. J.R. vows to keep selling cut-rate gas , despite the loss of the variance. Mark Graison visits Pamela at the
hotel. Rebecca's will is read and Pam, Katherine, Cliff, and even Afton get their shares. Lucy and Mickey become friends. Cliff and Katherine
reconcile. J.R. and Walt Driscoll continue collaborating on the Caribbean deal. Clayton tells Sue Ellen that he used to be in love with her but now
he's seeing Miss Ellie. J.R. offers Bobby a "compromise solution" to the battle for Ewing Oil but Bobby rejects the offer. J.R. succeeds in making
Bobby look in front of the family like he wants an all-out war.

6.20 (123) Dallas: BROTHERS AND SISTERS
25Feb83 CBS / prod. no. 171120
Executive Producer: Philip Capice/ Supervising Producer Arthur Bernard Lewis / Produced by Leonard Katzman / Associate Producer: Cliff Fenneman
Written by Will Lorin
Directed by Larry Hagman
Director of Photography: Edward R. Plante
*
Starring In Alphabetical Order: (opening titles)
Barbara Bel Geddes, Patrick Duffy, Linda Gray, Larry Hagman, Susan Howard, Steve Kanaly, Ken Kercheval, Victoria Principal, Charlene Tilton
Also Starring: (opening credits - no picture)
(NOT Audrey Landers), (NOT Priscilla Pointer), John Beck, Howard Keel as Clayton Farlow
*
(end credits)
Guest Stars:
Lois Chiles, Morgan Brittany, Ben Piazza, John Reilly, Tom Fuccello
and:
Timothy Patrick Murphy as Mickey Trotter
Co-Starring:
Debbie Rennard, Deborah Tranelli, Danone Simpson
With:
Mary Armstrong, Ben Hartigan, Don Diamond, Marilyn Staley, Roseanna Christiansen
Synopsis:
J.R. could go to jail for shipping oil to Cuba. Clayton sells Southern Cross and gets closer to Ellie. Holly wants J.R. out of Harwood Oil.
J.R. gets letters of support from TV viewers. Katherine (Morgan Brittany) arranges for Bobby to see Pam and Mark Graison (John Beck) together
in a restaurant. J.R. is forced to pay $ 100,000 to Walt Driscoll's contact man. Mark Graison pursues Pam. J.R. is very happy to see Katherine
pursuing Bobby. Donna, Ray, and Dave Culver (Tom Fuccello) wonder whether J.R. could run for a seat in the US Congress if he loses the battle
with Bobby. Miss Ellie helps Clayton find a Dallas home. Bobby tells Pam again that he's determined to win Ewing Oil. J.R. tells Walt Driscoll
he's ready to sell 1 million barrels to the Cubans.

6.21 (124) Dallas: CARIBBEAN CONNECTION
4Mar83 CBS / prod. no. 171121
Executive Producer: Philip Capice/ Supervising Producer Arthur Bernard Lewis / Produced by Leonard Katzman / Associate Producer: Cliff Fenneman
Written by Will Lorin
Directed by Patrick Duffy
Director of Photography: Edward R. Plante
*
Starring In Alphabetical Order: (opening titles)
Barbara Bel Geddes, Patrick Duffy, Linda Gray, Larry Hagman, Susan Howard, Steve Kanaly, Ken Kercheval, Victoria Principal, Charlene Tilton
Also Starring: (opening credits - no picture)
Audrey Landers, (NOT Priscilla Pointer), John Beck, Howard Keel as Clayton Farlow
*
(end credits)
Special Guest Star:
E. J. Andre
Guest Stars:
Lois Chiles, Morgan Brittany, Ben Piazza, John Reilly
and:
Timothy Patrick Murphy as Mickey Trotter
Co-Starring:
Debbie Rennard, Deborah Trannelli, Doug Robinson, Patricia Richarde, Danone Simpson
With:
Danny Tolkan, Mary Armstrong, Dulcie Jordan, Joey Sheck, Tyler Banks, Kelly Edwards, Roseanna Christiansen
Synopsis:
Donna (Susan Howard) accuses Mickey (Timothy Patrick Murphy) of being interested in Lucy just for her money. Katherine (Morgan Brittany) tries
to persuade Mark Graison (John Beck) to stay close to Pamela. Clayton (Howard Keel) continues to look for a house in Dallas. Bobby and Ray uncover
J.R.'s illegal Caribbean deal. If the State Department finds out about the deal with Cuba, this could be the end of Ewing Oil. Mark continues to
see Pam. Cliff finally recovers from his depression over Rebecca's death and buys a company from Mark. J.R. considers going into politics but
Sue Ellen fears her past alcohol problems and affairs with Dusty may complicate things.

6.22 (125) Dallas: THE STING
11Mar83 CBS / prod. no. 171122
Executive Producer: Philip Capice/ Supervising Producer Arthur Bernard Lewis / Produced by Leonard Katzman / Associate Producer: Cliff Fenneman
Written by David Paulsen
Directed by Larry Elikann
Director of Photography: Edward R. Plante
*
Starring In Alphabetical Order: (opening titles)
Barbara Bel Geddes, Patrick Duffy, Linda Gray, Larry Hagman, Susan Howard, Steve Kanaly, Ken Kercheval, Victoria Principal, Charlene Tilton
Also Starring: (opening credits - no picture)
Audrey Landers, John Beck, Howard Keel as Clayton Farlow
*
(end credits)
Special Guest Star:
Henry Darrow
Guest Stars:
Lois Chiles, Morgan Woodward, Morgan Brittany, Ben Piazza, John Reilly, Russ Marin, Fern Fitgerald, Don Starr, Stephanie Blackmore
and:
Timothy Patrick Murphy as Mickey Trotter
Co-Starring:
Phil Hoover, Debbie Rennard, Kiva Lawrence
and:
Paul Sorensen as Andy Bradley
With:
Mary Armstrong, Sam De Fazio, Eric Fleeks, John D. Gowans, Roseanna Christiansen
Synopsis:
Bobby and Ray bust J.R.'s Caribbean deal and Driscoll gets arrested. Clayton Farlow meets Mark Graison. Ellie and Clayton wonder whether Pam is
getting serious about Mark. J.R. continues his affair with Serena, even after being remarried to Sue Ellen. Pam tells Bobby she doesn't feel guilty
about seeing Mark. J.R. learns he will have to go to Cuba to claim his $ 40 million. Walt Driscoll is left to rot in jail and vows revenge on J.R.
Mickey kisses Lucy for the first time. Katherine offers to help J.R. fight Cliff. Mickey brings Lucy to a motel room. J.R. confronts Bobby and Ray
about the sting. Ray bails Driscoll out of jail with J.R.'s money. Bobby has a fight with Mark over Pam. Cliff has big plans for Barnes/Wentworth.
Holly learns that both her oil and her money is in Cuba and she vows revenge on J.R.

6.23 (126) Dallas: HELL HATH NO FURY
18Mar83 CBS / prod. no. 171123
Executive Producer: Philip Capice/ Supervising Producer Arthur Bernard Lewis / Produced by Leonard Katzman / Associate Producer: Cliff Fenneman
Written by Arthur Bernard Lewis
Directed by Ernest Pintoff
Director of Photography: Edward R. Plante
*
Starring In Alphabetical Order: (opening titles)
Barbara Bel Geddes, Patrick Duffy, Linda Gray, Larry Hagman, Susan Howard, Steve Kanaly, Ken Kercheval, Victoria Principal, Charlene Tilton
Also Starring: (opening credits - no picture)
Audrey Landers, John Beck, Howard Keel as Clayton Farlow
*
(end credits)
Guest Stars:
Lois Chiles, Morgan Brittany, Ben Piazza, John Reilly, Fay Hauser, John Anderson, Kenneth Timmins, Toni McFadden, William Bryant
and:
Timothy Patrick Murphy as Mickey Trotter
Co-Starring:
James L. Brown, Deborah Tranelli, John Scott
With:
Linda Phillips, Ron Ellington Shy, Christopher Templeton, Wendy Becker, Giles Kohler, Roseanna Christiansen
Synopsis:
J.R. gets ready for his trip to Cuba. After suffering a $ 17 million loss, Holly Harwood tells Bobby that she's determined to get the Ewing brothers
out of her life. Lucy enjoys modelling again and continues to see Mickey. Clayton Farlow keeps on seeing Ellie. Bobby runs into more weather problems
on his Canadian deal. J.R. encourages Katherine to move in on Bobby. Holly declares truce with J.R. and tries to seduce him. Bobby and Pam spend a
night together but when he wants her to go back to Southfork, she tells him that the night was "just a moment", and so they break up again. J.R. tries
to force Walt Driscoll (Ben Piazza) to tell him the name of his contact man in the Caribbeans. J.R. and Sue Ellen appear on television again where he
sets the stage for his Cuban trip. Ray offers Bobby his financial support in the battle with J.R. Mark Graison continues to see Pam. Bobby tells
Donna and Ray that it's too late to save his marriage. Katherine urges Mark to take Pam to France. Holly tells Sue Ellen of her relationship with J.R.
The State Department OK's  J.R's trip to Cuba. Sue Ellen finds proof of J.R.'s marital infidelity.

6.24 (127) Dallas: CUBA LIBRE
25Mar83 CBS / prod. no. 171124
Executive Producer: Philip Capice/ Supervising Producer Arthur Bernard Lewis / Produced by Leonard Katzman / Associate Producer: Cliff Fenneman
Written by Leonard Katzman
Directed by Robert C. Thompson
Director of Photography: Edward R. Plante
*
Starring In Alphabetical Order: (opening titles)
Barbara Bel Geddes, Patrick Duffy, Linda Gray, Larry Hagman, Susan Howard, Steve Kanaly, Ken Kercheval, Victoria Principal, Charlene Tilton
Also Starring: (opening credits - no picture)
Audrey Landers, John Beck, Howard Keel as Clayton Farlow
*
(end credits)
Special Guest Star:
Henry Darrow
Guest Stars:
Lois Chiles, Mprgan Woodward, Morgan Brittany, Kate Reid, John Anderson, Alice Hirson, Hansford Rowe, Don Starr, Britt Leach
and:
Timothy Patrick Murphy as Mickey Trotter
Co-Starring:
Deborah Tranelli, Debbie Rennard, Santos Morales, Rita Rogers Aragon, Robert Pinkerton, Danone Simpson
With:
Susan Saldivar, Erwin Fuller, Thomas Thomas, Terrence Beasor, Roseanna Christiansen, Vicki Horne, Frederic Menslage
Synopsis:
J.R. goes to Puerto Rico and learns he'll have to go to Cuba to claim his $ 40 million. Mark Graison and Pamela vacation in France. Aunt Lil (Kate
Reid) misses Mickey and decides to come over from Kansas for a visit but Mickey is not too thrilled. Sue Ellen is in denial over J.R.'s relationship
with Holly. She questions Bobby about J.R. and Holly. Bobby and Cliff clash over the Canadian deal and Pam's marriage to Bobby. Punk Anderson questions
Clayton Farlow about his intentions toward Ellie. Donna also asks Ellie about her feelings for Clayton. Sue Ellen confronts Holly. Aunt Lil is
worried that Mickey and Lucy could be getting serious about each other. At the Riviera, Pam tells Mark she needs time alone. Katherine offers Bobby
her help with the Canadian deal but Cliff interferes. Sue Ellen and Clayton reconfirm their friendship. Aunt Lil tells Mickey that he and Lucy have
nothing in common. J.R. gets arrested upon his arrival in Cuba.

6.25 (128) Dallas: TANGLED WEB
1Apr83 CBS / prod. no. 171125
Executive Producer: Philip Capice/ Supervising Producer Arthur Bernard Lewis / Produced by Leonard Katzman / Associate Producer: Cliff Fenneman
Written by David Paulsen
Directed by Nicholas Sgarro
Director of Photography: Edward R. Plante
*
Starring In Alphabetical Order: (opening titles)
Barbara Bel Geddes, Patrick Duffy, Linda Gray, Larry Hagman, Susan Howard, Steve Kanaly, Ken Kercheval, Victoria Principal, Charlene Tilton
Also Starring: (opening credits - no picture)
Audrey Landers, John Beck, Howard Keel as Clayton Farlow
*
(end credits)
Guest Stars:
Lois Chiles, Morgan Brittany, Kate Reid, William Bryant, Kenneth Kimmins, Nate Esformes, Tom McFadden, Dennis Holahan
Co-Starring:
Debbie Rennard, Santos Morales, Jacquelyn Ray Selleck, Danone Simpson
With:
Minnie Mosiman, Tyler Banks, Cindy Landis
Synopsis:
J.R. gets his money in Cuba. Katherine gets mad at Cliff for not letting Bobby test the new drilling technology in Canada. Afton stands up for Cliff
and tells him that Katherine is after Bobby. Mark pressures Pam to admit her feelings for him. J.R. tells Bobby that the Cuban deal means he's
already won the battle for control of Ewing Oil. Ellie suspects Clayton has feelings for Sue Ellen and questions him about it. Bobby wants to go to
France to talk to Pam about business but he gives up the idea when he learns that Mark went to the Riviera with Pam. Ray tells Aunt Lil that he
is Jock's son. Afton tries to warn Pamela over the phone about Katherine moving in on Bobby but this leads to an argument with Cliff. Sue Ellen
finds J.R. in bed with Holly.

6.26 (129) Dallas: THINGS AIN'T GOIN' TOO GOOD AT SOUTHFORK
15Apr83 CBS / prod. no. 171126
Executive Producer: Philip Capice/ Supervising Producer Arthur Bernard Lewis / Produced by Leonard Katzman / Associate Producer: Cliff Fenneman
Written by Leonard Katzman
Directed by Gunnar Hellstrom
Director of Photography: Edward R. Plante
*
Starring In Alphabetical Order: (opening titles)
Barbara Bel Geddes, Patrick Duffy, Linda Gray, Larry Hagman, Susan Howard, Steve Kanaly, Ken Kercheval, Victoria Principal, Charlene Tilton
Also Starring: (opening credits - no picture)
Audrey Landers, Howard Keel as Clayton Farlow
*
(end credits)
Guest Stars:
Lois Chiles, Morgan Brittany, Kate Reid, Kenneth Kimmins
and:
Timothy Patrick Murphy as Mickey Trotter
Co-Starring:
Deborah Tranelli, Debbie Rennard, Patrick Dollaghan, Delores Cantu
With:
James Emery, Anne Lucas, Roseanna Christainsen
Synopsis:
Sue Ellen starts drinking again and Clayton finds her in his bed. Pamela comes back from France and questions Bobby about him and Katherine. Walt
Driscoll disappears. Ellie finds Clayton with Sue Ellen. Katherine tells Pam there's nothing going on between her and Bobby. Cliff tells J.R. he
will not let Bobby have the drill bit. Clayton tries to persuade Sue Ellen to talk to J.R. about the incident with Holly. A drunk Sue Ellen tells
Ellie that Clayton is the only man she ever loved. Cliff asks Pam to side with him on the drill bit. Sue Ellen angrily confronts J.R. about Holly.
Mickey and Sue Ellen are involved in a car accident.

6.27 (130) Dallas: PENULTIMATE
29Apr83 CBS / prod. no. 171123
Executive Producer: Philip Capice/ Supervising Producer Arthur Bernard Lewis / Produced by Leonard Katzman / Associate Producer: Cliff Fenneman
Written by Howard Lakin
Directed by Nick Havinga
Director of Photography: Edward R. Plante
*
Starring In Alphabetical Order: (opening titles)
Barbara Bel Geddes, Patrick Duffy, Linda Gray, Larry Hagman, Susan Howard, Steve Kanaly, Ken Kercheval, Victoria Principal, Charlene Tilton
Also Starring: (opening credits - no picture)
John Beck, Howard Keel as Clayton Farlow
*
(end credits)
Special Guest Star:
Barry Corbin
Guest Stars:
Lois Chiles, Morgan Woodward, Kate Reid, Alice Hirson, John Zaremba, Joe Marross
and:
Timothy Patrick Murphy as Mickey Trotter
Co-Starring:
Conrad Bachmann, John Doolittle, Deborah Tranelli, Robert Pinkerton, Michael Cornelison, Danone Simpson
With:
Myrna White, Julia Calderon, Karen Fredrik, Steven Kelley, Ed Berke, Roseanna Christiansen, Eric Farlow
Synopsis:
After the car crash, Mickey and Sue Ellen are taken to the hospital but Sue Ellen is released shortly. Mickey is in coma and may have suffered
neurological injury. Lucy blames Sue Ellen and her drinking for Mickey's condition. Pam tells Bobby that she still loves him even though she has
feelings for Mark. Clayton accuses J.R. of driving Sue Ellen back to the bottle. Bobby blames Holly for Sue Ellen's condition. Mark keeps pressuring
Pamela for a commitment. Sheriff Washburn tells J.R. that Sue Ellen had three times the legal limit of alcohol in her blood at the time of the
crash. Pam tells Christopher that she loves Bobby but can't live with him. J.R. makes Holly an offer to get out of Harwood Oil for $ 20 million. Sue
Ellen regrets having remarried J.R. At the Cattlemen's Club, Bobby asks Holly to pay the $ 20 million to J.R. in installments so as not to put him
too much ahead in the contest. Cliff encourages Pam to leave Bobby and be with Mark Graison. J.R. tells Sue Ellen that the incident with Holly is to
be blamed on the battle for Ewing Oil. Aunt Lil learns that if Mickey regains consciousness, he may remain paralyzed from the neck down for the
rest of his life.

6.28 (131) Dallas: EWING INFERNO (season 6 finale)
6May83 CBS / prod. no. 171128
Executive Producer: Philip Capice/ Supervising Producer Arthur Bernard Lewis / Produced by Leonard Katzman / Associate Producer: Cliff Fenneman
Written by Arthur Bernard Lewis
Directed by Leonard Katzman
Director of Photography: Edward R. Plante
*
Starring In Alphabetical Order: (opening titles)
Barbara Bel Geddes, Patrick Duffy, Linda Gray, Larry Hagman, Susan Howard, Steve Kanaly, Ken Kercheval, Victoria Principal, Charlene Tilton
Also Starring: (opening credits - no picture)
Audrey Landers, John Beck, Howard Keel as Clayton Farlow
*
(end credits)
Special Guest Star:
Barry Corbin
Guest Stars:
Lois Chiles, Morgan Brittany, Kate Reid, Ben Piazza, John Zaremba
and:
Timothy Patrick Murphy as Mickey Trotter
Co-Starring:
Debbie Rennard, John Devlin, Deborah Tranelli, Danone Simpson
With:
Tyler Banks, Roseanna Christiansen, Eric Farlow
Synopsis:
Ray pressures Sheriff Washburn to find the hit-and-run driver. Holly wants to pay J.R. his $ 20 million in installments but J.R. objects, rightly
detecting Bobby's hand. J.R. gets a slap in the face from Pam during an argument over her French trip. Mark convinces Pam to vote with Katherine
and give the drill to Bobby. Mickey's condition continues to be very serious and Aunt Lil even goes as far as to say that perhaps it would have
been better if he had died on the spot. J.R. tells Bobby that they should consider stopping the fight for control of Ewing Oil. Pam wants a divorce.
Clayton convinces Ellie to take a break from family problems and go away with him. Sue Ellen tells J.R. to stay away from John Ross. Katherine tries
to console Bobby after he gets the news about the divorce. Ray learns that Walt Driscoll was driving the car that hit Mickey and Sue Ellen. Ray and
J.R. engage in a terrible fight, causing a major fire at Southfork.

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