CTVA US Drama - "Dallas" Season 7 (1983-84)

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Season 7 (1983-84)
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. 172101 to 172130

7.1 (132) Dallas: THE ROAD BACK
30Sep83 CBS / prod. no. 172101
Executive Producer: Philip Capice/ Supervising Producer Arthur Bernard Lewis / Produced by Leonard Katzman / Associate Producer: Cliff Fenneman
Written by Arthur Bernard Lewis
Directed by Nick Havinga
Director of Photography: Bradford May (entry)
*
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, Morgan Brittany, Timothy Patrick Murphy as Mickey Trotter, Howard Keel as Clayton Farlow
*
(end credits)
Guest Stars:
Kate Reid, George O. Petrie, Kay E. Kuter
Co-Starring:
John Devlin, Dan Ammerman
With:
Mary Armstrong, Stephen Nichols, Susan Watson, Ernest Emling, Ian Rosenberg, Eric Farlow,
Omri Katz, Michael Krueger, Gloria Hocking, Arthel Neville, Betty King,
Dana Gibson, David Sanderson, Anna Holbrook, Terri Oeff, Lacy Wayne
Synopsis:
Bobby comes to the rescue of Ray, J.R., Sue Ellen, and John Ross during the Southfork fire. Ray continues to blame J.R. for the car crash. Sue Ellen,
John Ross, and J.R. move into a hotel. Clayton wants to keep the news of the fire from Miss Ellie. At the hotel, Sue Ellen learns that J.R. gave
orders to room service not to give her any liquor. Pam tries to console Sue Ellen after the fire. Katherine tells J.R. that Pam filed for divorce. J.R.
tells Katherine he'd like to have her as a sister-in-law. Bobby tries to have J.R. and Ray reconciled but J.R. cleverly reminds Ray and Bobby of the
sting they pulled on Driscoll and how he went to jail because of it. Sue Ellen overhears J.R. telling Pam that it was Driscoll who caused the car
crash and she accuses J.R. of letting her think it was her. Mark is worried that the fire may bring Pam and Bob together. Sue Ellen questions Clayton
whether he'll be joining the family. Mickey wakes up from his coma. Clayton acts as a go-between for Ellie and the Ewing boys. J.R. doesn't like
Clayton's involvement and thinks he is using the fire tragedy to move in on Ellie. Bobby and J.R. want the contest for Ewing Oil stopped but Harv
Smithfield says it's not possible because that would violate Jock's will.

7.2 (133) Dallas: THE LONG GOODBYE
7Oct83 CBS / prod. no. 172102/7441
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: Bradford May
*
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, Morgan Brittany, Timothy Patrick Murphy as Mickey Trotter, Howard Keel as Clayton Farlow
*
(end credits)
Guest Stars:
Kate Reid, Joe Maross, George D. Wallace
Co-Starring:
Debbie Rennard, John Devlin, Danone Simpson
With:
Omri Katz, Mary Armstrong, Teresa Bowman, Richard Garrison, Gabriel Folse, Karen Pirkle, Eric Farlow
Synopsis:
Sue Ellen tells J.R. she wants separate bedrooms and separate lives. Bobby tells Pam the battle for Ewing Oil is over and he wants her back at the
ranch. Mickey tells Lucy at the hospital that when he gets out, he wants to marry her. Katherine is very upset to learn that Pam is seeing Bobby again.
Clayton tells Bobby that Miss Ellie wants him to guard Southfork till she gets back. Bobby fears this might complicate things if he has to leave
Southfork to save his marriage. Cliff has plans to form a consortium with Pam and Mark, so he gets very upset when he learns of Pam's planned
reconciliation with Bobby. J.R. and Catherine plot to prevent Bob and Pam from getting back together. Mark tells Pam that he will not wait much
longer for her to decide about marriage. J.R. threatens Pam to prevent the reconciliation with Bobby.

7.3 (134) Dallas: THE LETTER
14Oct83 CBS / prod. no. 172103
Executive Producer: Philip Capice/ Supervising Producer Arthur Bernard Lewis / Produced by Leonard Katzman / Associate Producer: Cliff Fenneman
Written by David Paulsen
Directed by Nick Havinga
Director of Photography: Bradford May
*
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
(opening credits - no picture)
Special Guest Star:
Christopher Atkins as Peter Richards
Also Starring:
Audrey Landers, John Beck, Timothy Patrick Murphy as Mickey Trotter, (NOT Howard Keel)
*
(end credits)
Guest Stars:
Kate Reid, Diana Douglas, Stephanie Blackmore
Co-Starring:
Debbie Rennard, Deborah Tranelli
With:
Omri Katz, Roseanna Christiansen, Nina Andro, Kenneth Pressley, Eric Farlow,
Renee Landers, Vincent Santoscoy, Tony Garcia, Steve Wise
Synopsis:
Katherine pressures Pam to leave Bobby for good. Sue Ellen thinks little John Ross needs psychological counseling. J.R. and Katherine plot to
separate Bobby and Pam. In a conversation with Katherine, J.R. makes it sound like he's not sincere about having ended the fight with Bobby for
control of Ewing Oil. The child psychologist tells Sue Ellen she should resolve her problems with J.R. Ray feels like everything bad that happened
to Mickey is his fault. J.R. seeks consolation with Serena. Katherine tricks Pam into signing a letter. She then reads the letter to Bobby,
making it look like Pam wrote it. The letter makes it sound like Pam told her lawyer that she thinks that both she and Bobby would be better off if
he would just let her go. The child psychologist recommends a day camp for John Ross. At the camp, Sue Ellen and J.R. meet Peter Richards (Christopher
Atkins) who will be taking care of little John Ross. Pam tells Katherine that she wants to go back to Bobby and not let J.R. intimidate her. But
when she meets with Bobby, he (after having read the letter) tells her that the marriage is over. Katherine's devious plan works.

7.4 (135) Dallas: MY BROTHER'S KEEPER
21Oct83 CBS / prod. no. 172104/7443
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: Bradford May
*
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
(opening credits - no picture)
Special Guest Star:
Christopher Atkins as Peter Richards
Also Starring:
Audrey Landers, John Beck, Morgan Brittany, Timothy Patrick Murphy as Mickey Trotter, (NOT Howard Keel)
*
(end credits)
Guest Stars:
Kate Reid, Glenn Corbett, Stephanie Blackmore, Tracy Scoggins
Co-Starring:
Lew Brown, Debbie Rennard, Deborah Tranelli, Walker Edmiston, Danone Simpson
With:
Omri Katz, Cynthia Leake, Roseanna Christiansen, Hugh Lampman, Harold Suggs,
Sean McGraw, Milt Jamin, Jack Axelrod, Chana Vowell, Eric Farlow
Synopsis:
J.R. encourages Bobby to take a break from Ewing business, considering the divorce he's going through. Sue Ellen is happy to see John Ross having fun
at the camp. Aunt Lil and Ray wonder how to keep Mickey from getting depressed. Sue Ellen gets her first real chance to talk to Peter Richards.
Afton, Cliff, and Mark take Pamela for a night out but when she sees Bobby with Serena's friend Diane (guest star Tracy Scoggins), she leaves the
restaurant immediately. Mickey tells Lucy she shouldn't come to the hospital so often. Ray continues to feel guilty over what happened to
Mickey. Afton is still very suspicious of Katherine's intentions. She thinks Katherine is after Bobby. Mickey tells Ray that he'd rather die than
live on a life-support system. Katherine is afraid that if Bobby shows up in court for the divorce hearing, he might change his mind. So she
discourages him from going to the court hearing. Pamela and Bobby officially get divorced (and Katherine is not the only one who is happy to see the day).

7.5 (136) Dallas: THE QUALITY OF MERCY
28Oct83 CBS / prod. no. 172105
Executive Producer: Philip Capice/ Supervising Producer Arthur Bernard Lewis / Produced by Leonard Katzman / Associate Producer: Cliff Fenneman
Written by Leonard Katzman
Directed by Nick Havinga
Director of Photography: Bradford May
*
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
(opening credits - no picture)
Special Guest Star:
Christopher Atkins as Peter Richards
Also Starring:
Audrey Landers, John Beck, Morgan Brittany, Timothy Patrick Murphy as Mickey Trotter, (NOT Howard Keel)
*
(end credits)
Guest Stars:
Kate Reid, Lois Chiles, Morgan Woodward, Joseph R. Maross, Jack Collins
Co-Starring:
John Furlong, Debbie Rennard, Deborah Tranelli, Sherril Lynn Katzman
With:
Omri Katz, Mary Armstrong, Robert Gribbin, Sherry Landrum, Rosemary Lovell, Kimberly Ross,
Suzanne Burkhead, Pamela Putman, Ursula Averett, Joseph Miller, Tony Garcia, Eric Farlow
Synopsis:
Bobby confides in Phyllis (Deborah Tranelli) about his divorce and Lucy confides in Sue Ellen about the situation with Mickey. Punk Anderson tells
Bobby and J.R. to get ready for the final audit. Mickey tells Aunt Lil and Ray to leave him alone. J.R. tells little John Ross he will get Southfork
and Ewing Oil for him. Pamela moves into Rebecca's house. Cliff offers Pam a job at Barnes/Wentworth. Cliff recruits Sly Lovegren (Debbie Rennard) as
a spy in J.R.'s office. Mickey slips into a coma and is put on a life-support system. Mark proposes to Pamela. Bobby dates Katherine Wentworth.
J.R. tells a stunned Sue Ellen that Peter Richards has a crush on her. Aunt Lil says she will not be coming to the hospital to see Mickey anymore and
watch "that machine breathe for him." Katherine meets Holly Harwood. Ray and Aunt Lil are found in Mickey's hospital room, with the respirator unplugged.

7.6 (137) Dallas: CHECK AND MATE
4Nov83 CBS / prod. no. 172106
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: Bradford May
*
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
(opening credits - no picture)
Special Guest Star:
Christopher Atkins as Peter Richards
Also Starring:
Audrey Landers, John Beck, Morgan Brittany, (NOT Timothy Patrick Murphy), Howard Keel as Clayton Farlow
*
(end credits)
Guest Stars:
Kate Reid, Lois Chiles, Glenn Corbett, Morgan Woodward, George O. Petrie, Kenneth Kimmins, Jack Collins
Co-Starring:
Debbie Rennard, John Hostetter
With:
Omri Katz, Roseanna Christiansen, Dan Ammerman, Bill Thurman, Lacy Wayne, Beth Larsen, Eric Farlow,
Michael McHugh, Tony Garrett, Tyress Allen, John Walker, Chana Vowell, Lyn Crow, Glenn Davis
Synopsis:
Ray is arrested for unplugging Mickey's life support. Aunt Lil falls into apathy. Cliff tries to pay Sly for inside information on J.R.'s deals.
Katherine tells J.R. she's only interested in Bobby. Barnes/Wentworth/Graisco is officially launched into business but Pam is mad at Cliff when she
learns that he stole a deal from J.R. Ray is released on bail and is very reluctant to accept a lawyer. Lucy goes into a rage upon seeing Ray after
the tragedy in the hospital, and accuses him of having murdered Mickey. Mark Graison fears that Ray's tragedy will pull Pam back to the Ewings. Bobby
rebuffs Holly Harwood's romantic advances. Holly says good-bye to Bobby. Donna tells Ray to pull himself together after Mickey's death. Sue Ellen
invites Peter Richards to a party at Southfork. Punk Anderson reads out Jock's letter which says that the contest was just designed to make Bobby and
J.R. respect one another as businessmen. Bobby's share of the profit on the Canadian fields comes in at the last minute and Bobby wins the contest but
it makes no difference in view of Jock's letter. Donna hires a criminal lawyer named Paul Morgan (guest star Glenn Corbett) to represent Ray at his trial.

7.7 (138) Dallas: RAY'S TRIAL
11Nov83 CBS / prod. no. 172107
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: Bradford May
*
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
(opening credits - no picture)
Special Guest Star:
Christopher Atkins as Peter Richards
Also Starring:
Audrey Landers, John Beck, Morgan Brittany, (NOT Timothy Patrick Murphy), Howard Keel as Clayton Farlow
*
(end credits)
Guest Stars:
Kate Reid, Lois Chiles, Glenn Corbett, Richard Jaeckel, Charles Aidman, Don Starr, Fern Fitzgerald, Jospeh R. Maross, Will Hare
And:
Priscilla Presley as Jenna Wade (entry)
Co-Starring:
Michael Cornelison, Steven Williams, Paul Sorensen
With:
Omri Katz, Andrea McCall, Tye Bell, Pel Norris, Buzz Welker, Ed Scanlon, Vincent Santoscoy, Tony Garcia,
Bonnie Rawn, Lily Deleon, Chana Vowell, Carolyn Grenwood, Sheree Reeves, Donna Hodges, Beth Larsen, Eric Farlow
Synopsis:
Ray is very uncooperative before the trial and Paul Morgan complains to Donna that he's not getting any information from him. Mark Graison is an
excellent polo player and Cliff is clearly impressed with his lifestyle. At the party at Southfork, Sue Ellen is clearly impressed with Peter Richards.
Bobby runs into Jenna Wade (Priscilla Presley) who works as a waitress. Bobby stands Katherine up. Paul Morgan warns Ray that his recent attempt to
kill J.R. will hurt him in court if it gets out in the open. Ray is charged with felony murder and the prosecutor demands the death penalty. Despite
the recent divorce from Bobby, Pam is clearly upset to learn that Bobby is seeing Jenna again. J.R. walks out of Ray's trial. At the trial, Bobby
testifies that Ray was a father figure to Mickey and that he loved him. Lucy Ewing testifies against Ray by saying that Mickey wanted to live.
Ray is shocked to find out that Paul Morgan decided to ask Aunt Lil to testify, and he strongly objects.

7.8 (139) Dallas: THE OIL BARRON'S BALL
18Nov83 CBS / prod. no. 172108
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: Bradford May
*
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
(opening credits - no picture)
Special Guest Star:
Christopher Atkins as Peter Richards
Also Starring:
Audrey Landers, John Beck, Morgan Brittany, Timothy Patrick Murphy as Mickey Trotter, (NOT Howard Keel)
*
(end credits)
Guest Stars:
Kate Reid, Morgan Woodward, Glenn Corbett, Richard Jaeckel, Charles Aidman
And:
Priscilla Presley as Jenna Wade
Co-Starring:
Omri Katz, Debbie Rennard, Deborah Tranelli, Steven Williams, Delores Cantu
With:
Roseanna Christiansen, Debi Sue Voorhees
Synopsis:
Aunt Lil testifies at Ray's trial and tries to take all the responsibility for Mickey's death. Pam convinces Katherine to go to the Oil Barons' Ball.
Ray is found guilty of killing Mickey Trotter and is sentenced to 5 years imprisonment, suspended for 18 months. Sue Ellen comes to J.R.'s bed but
then humiliates him by saying that she just used him sexually and that's as far as their marriage will go. Sue Ellen talks Peter Richards into going
to the ball with Lucy and Bobby talks Jenna into going with him. At the ball, J.R. is very happy to see Bobby with Jenna. Cliff tells Katherine that
Jenna's daughter Charlie could be Bobby's child. Pam and Jenna have an unpleasant exchange about Bobby. Cliff is honored as Oil Baron of the Year
and he warns J.R. that he will tell everybody "the truth" about Jock and Digger.

7.9 (140) Dallas: MORNING AFTER
25Nov83 CBS / prod. no. 172109
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: Bradford May
*
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
(opening credits - no picture)
Special Guest Star:
Christopher Atkins as Peter Richards
Also Starring:
Audrey Landers, John Beck, Morgan Brittany, Howard Keel as Clayton Farlow
*
(end credits)
Guest Stars:
Morgan Woodward, Glenn Corbett, Shalane McCall, Joe Dorsey, Tom Williams
And:
Priscilla Beaulieu Presley as Jenna Wade
Co-Starring:
Omri Katz, Debbie Rennard
With:
Debi Sue Voorhees, Vince Paterson, Beth Larsen
Synopsis:
At the Oil Barons' Ball, Cliff publicly announces that Jock stole from Digger. A terrible fist fight erupts, involving J.R., Cliff, Bobby, Ray,
Mark Graison, Peter Richards, and many other guests. Bobby and Jenna are in love again. Peter overhears J.R. telling Sue Ellen that Peter has a crush
on her. Jenna tells her daughter Charlie (Shalane McCall) that they will be seeing a lot of Bobby. Pam starts at Barnes/Wentworth. Mark Graison
continues to see Pam and wants to talk about marriage but Pam doesn't. Sly continues to spy on J.R. for Cliff Barnes. Paul Morgan tells Donna Krebbs
that Ray is not a good match for her. Cliff uses Pam's attractiveness to conclude a business deal. Peter Richards tells Sue Ellen that he should
stop being little John Ross' counselor because he doesn't want anything to happen between him and Sue Ellen. Katherine tells a stunned Bobby that
she's been in love with him eversince she saw him. She also questions Bobby about why Jenna Wade came back into his life. Donna talks Ray into going
for their second honeymoon to New York. Katherine asks J.R. to break Jenna and Bobby up. Peter Richards kisses Sue Ellen.

7.10 (141) Dallas: THE BUCK STOPS HERE
2Dec83 CBS / prod. no. 172110
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: Bradford May
*
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
(opening credits - no picture)
Special Guest Star:
Christopher Atkins as Peter Richards
Also Starring:
Audrey Landers, John Beck, Morgan Brittany, (NOT Howard Keel)
*
(end credits)
Guest Stars:
Shalane McCall, Jack Collins, Joe Dorsey
And:
Priscilla Beaulieu Presley as Jenna Wade
Co-Starring:
Omri Katz, Debbie Rennard, Deborah Tranelli, Danone Simpson
And:
James L. Brown as McSween
With:
Andrea McCall, Mary Armstrong, Don Wood, Roy McAdams, Eric Farlow, Tye Bell
Synopsis:
J.R. accuses Sue Ellen of having a relationship with Peter Richards. Bobby questions Jenna about who Charlie's father is. Mark Graison gets impatient
with Pamela. He thinks she is still emotionally tied to Bobby and she doesn't want to commit herself to Mark. Pam tells Katherine she's made a
mess of her life She thinks she lost Mark by not willing to commit herself to him. Pam tells Bobby that Jenna is not good for him. J.R. loses another
deal to Cliff Barnes and accuses Bobby of helping his ex-wife Pamela.J.R. doesn't realize he's got a spy in his office. Katherine confronts Jenna
Wade and tells her that she stands in the way of a reconciliation between Pam and Bobby. Mark buys Pam a mechanical bull so she can practice before
the rodeo. Sue Ellen tells Peter that what he feels for her is just infatuation, not real love. Jenna tells Bobby that Katherine has a crush on
him. J.R. tells detective Harry McSween (James L. Brown) to find the spy. At the charity rodeo,Jenna loses to Pam in the mechanical bull contest but
then Jenna and Bobby provocatively kiss in front of Mark, Pam, Afton, Cliff, Ray, Donna, and others. After the rodeo, Mark takes Pam to bed for
the first time.

7.11 (142) Dallas: TO CATCH A SLY
9Dec83 CBS / prod. no. 172111
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: Bradford May
*
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
(opening credits - no picture)
Special Guest Star:
Christopher Atkins as Peter Richards
Also Starring:
(NOT Audrey Landers), John Beck, Morgan Brittany, (NOT Howard Keel)
*
(end credits)
Guest Stars:
Shalane McCall, Edward Mallory
And:
Priscilla Beaulieu Presley as Jenna Wade
Co-Starring:
Omri Katz, Debbie Rennard, Deborah Tranelli, Danone Simpson, Sherril Lynn Katzman, Francesca P. Roberts
And:
James L. Brown as McSween
With:
Mary Armstrong, Lisa LeMole, Eric Farlow
Synopsis:
Pamela tells Christopher that she wishes she and Bobby were together, but in reality, she seems to be getting ever closer to Mark Graison. Cliff
Barnes keeps pressuring Sly Lovegren for more inside information on J.R.'s deals. J.R. hires a wiretap expert to check for bugs at Southfork and the
Ewing Oil offices. Jenna cautiously visits Southfork at Bobby's invitation. Ray and Donna wonder whether Jenna acts to spite Pam. Pam tells Katherine
she's not over Bobby yet. Sly gets nervous when Detective McSween comes to see J.R. Bobby gets depressed after learning Pam and Mark are lovers. J.R.
tricks Cliff and installs a bug in his office telephone. Sue Ellen tells Peter Richards she's got to break off the relationship. When J.R. learns
that Cliff's been using Sly as a spy against him, he - what else? - decides to use her to transmit false information back to Cliff. Ray and Donna
observe Bobby and Jenna growing closer.

7.12 (143) Dallas: BARBECUE FOUR
16Dec83 CBS / prod. no. 172112
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: Bradford May
*
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
(opening credits - no picture)
Special Guest Star:
Christopher Atkins as Peter Richards
Also Starring:
Audrey Landers, John Beck, Morgan Brittany, Howard Keel as Clayton Farlow
*
(end credits)
Guest Stars:
Martin E. Brooks, Shalane McCall, Alberto Morin, Christopher Albee
And:
Priscilla Beaulieu Presley as Jenna Wade
Co-Starring:
Omri Katz, Debbie Rennard, Deborah Tranelli, Peter Renaday
With:
Pat Colbert, Anne Lucas, Roseanna Christiansen, Blue Deckert, Peyton Park,
Marina Rice, Lily Deleon, James W. Mitchell, Mitch Pileggi, Gil Glasgow, Eric Farlow
Synopsis:
J.R. uses his secretary Sly Lovegren to hurt a completely unsuspecting Cliff. Bobby wants Jenna Wade (Priscilla Beaulieu Presley) to quit her job
as a waitress. Peter Richards goes out with Lucy Ewing. Katherine investigates Jenna Wade's European past and who Charlie's father is. Sly
learns that Cliff has been bluffing about helping her imprisoned brother Steve because the parole board cannot be bought. Katherine tells Pam she
needs to go to Rome, Italy to look for romance. Bobby brings Jenna to dinner at Southfork where Miss Ellie and Clayton surprise everybody with
their unexpected arrival. J.R. and Bobby meet Edgar Randolph ((Martin E. Brooks) who is a government employee from Washington, D.C. The family is
stunned to see Miss Ellie seat Clayton in Jock's old place at the dinner table. J.R. invites Pam, Mark, Afton, and Cliff to the annual Ewing
barbecue. J.R. wants Cliff to think that he's sincere about ending the Barnes-Ewing feud. Sue Ellen is upset to see Peter at the barbecue but then
they kiss. In Rome, Katherine reads Charlie's birth certificate which states Bobby Ewing as her father. Mark tells Bobby that they will never be
friends but he is sincere about being good to Pamela. Clayton announces his engagement to Miss Ellie.

7.13 (144) Dallas: PAST IMPERFECT
23Dec83 CBS / prod. no. 172113
Executive Producer: Philip Capice/ Supervising Producer Arthur Bernard Lewis / Produced by Leonard Katzman / Associate Producer: Cliff Fenneman
Written by David Paulsen
Directed by Larry Hagman
Director of Photography: Bradford May
*
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
(opening credits - no picture)
Special Guest Star:
Christopher Atkins as Peter Richards
Also Starring:
Audrey Landers, John Beck, Morgan Brittany, Howard Keel as Clayton Farlow
*
(end credits)
Guest Stars:
Don Starr, Michael Griswold, Alberto Morin
And:
Priscilla Beaulieu Presley as Jenna Wade
Co-Starring:
Omri Katz, Debbie Rennard, Deborah Tranelli, Danone Simpson, Paul Sorensen, Cathy Worthington
And:
James L. Brown as McSween
With:
Pat Colbert, Anne Lucas, Roseanna Christiansen, Kimberley Cameron, Marina Ferrier, Eric Farlow
Synopsis:
J.R. is furious about Clayton's engagement to Miss Ellie. He tells Detective McSween (James L. Brown) to investigate Clayton's background.
Ellie wants Clayton to move into Southfork. Little John Ross misses Peter Richards and wants him to come to the ranch. Sue Ellen doesn't want to be
seen with Peter. John Ross starts school. Cliff Barnes does everything in his power to find out who Edgar Randolph is and what dealings he has with
J.R. Mark Graison teaches Pamela the rules of business. Bobby wants to buy Jenna Wade a boutique but she refuses and they have an argument about it.
Clayton tries to give Ellie an engagement ring. In Rome, Katherine Wentworth keeps digging into Renaldo Marchetta and Jenna Wade's past. Peter
tells Sue Ellen that he "took care of everything" by finding an apartment for them. But Sue Ellen tells him she wants him out of her life. Clayton
asks Bobby, J.R., and Ray how they feel about his marriage to Ellie. J.R. wants Clayton to think that he will not oppose the marriage. Jenna and
Bobby cool off after the argument over the boutique. J.R. learns of Clayton's sister Jessica. Donna tells Bobby that he was insensitive in
handling Jenna. Lucy tells Sue Ellen that Peter quit school. Bobby and Jenna reconcile when he agrees to finance the boutique for her. Clayton
gets mad at J.R. for digging into his San Angelo past.

7.14 (145) Dallas: PETER'S PRINCIPLE
6Jan84 CBS / prod. no. 172114
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: Bradford May
*
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
(opening credits - no picture)
Special Guest Star:
Christopher Atkins as Peter Richards
Also Starring:
Audrey Landers, John Beck, Priscilla Beaulieu Presley, Howard Keel as Clayton Farlow
*
(end credits)
Guest Stars:
Martin E. Brooks, Lee Montgomery, Don Starr, Fern Fitzgerald, David Gale
Co-Starring:
Omri Katz, Sherril Lynn Katzman
And:
James L. Brown as McSween
With:
Pat Colbert, Al Dunlap, Louis R. Plante, Roseanna Christiansen, Anne Lucas, Julie Ronnie
Synopsis:
Sue Ellen learns from Peter's roommate that he left the dorm. Cliff wants the cartel to go in a deal with him on offshore tracks. It's Dusty's
birthday and Clayton feels down because he can't reach him. Little John Ross keeps asking Sue Ellen about Peter. J.R. reveals to the family that
Clayton has a sister, Jessica. Afton feels neglected by Cliff. Miss Ellie talks with Donna about her impending marriage to Clayton Farlow. Miss Ellie
fears that to take on the whole Ewing family (especially J.R.) may be too much to handle for Clayton. Afton walks in on Cliff having a "business
meeting" with Marilee Stone. Sue Ellen tracks Peter down but he refuses to talk. Afton goes to Pam's place after she discovers Cliff with Marilee. Pam
questions Cliff about his faithfulness to Afton. Ray tries to put Clayton's fears to rest about moving onto Southfork ranch. Jenna is excited about a
good start for her boutique. Pamela tells Bobby she's afraid that Cliff wants the Barnes-Ewing feud to start all over again. Cliff thinks Graisco
tends to be too conservative and too slow at times but he doesn't talk to Mark Graison about it. Mark gets mad at Pamela for having met with Bobby.
Sue Ellen yields to Peter Richards.

7.15 (146) Dallas: OFFSHORE CRUDE
13Jan84 CBS / prod. no. 172115
Executive Producer: Philip Capice/ Supervising Producer Arthur Bernard Lewis / Produced by Leonard Katzman / Associate Producer: Cliff Fenneman
Written by David Paulsen
Directed by Ray Danton
Director of Photography: Bradford May
*
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
(opening credits - no picture)
Special Guest Star:
Christopher Atkins as Peter Richards
Also Starring:
Audrey Landers, John Beck, Morgan Brittany, Priscilla Beaulieu Presley, Howard Keel as Clayton Farlow
*
(end credits)
Guest Stars:
Martin E. Brooks, Shalane McCall, Alberto Morin, Fern Fitzgerald
Co-Starring:
Omri Katz, Debbie Rennard, Jacqui Evans, Sherril Lynn Katzman
With:
Mary Armstrong, Roseanna Christiansen, Allan Byrns, Anne Lucas, Eric Farlow
Synopsis:
J.R. is upset to learn that Bobby met with Pamela. John Ross wants to see Peter and keeps bugging his mother about it. Sue Ellen reminds J.R. of
their "open marriage." Cliff Barnes buys Afton flowers and tries to make up after the incident with Marilee Stone. In Rome, Katherine Wentworth keeps
investigating Renaldo Marchetta. Lucy invites Peter Richards to Southfork. Sue Ellen tries to avoid meeting with Peter. Ellie questions Clayton about
his sister Jessica and his other family but he's not very willing to talk. J.R. takes his first shot at trying to influence Edgar Randolph.
Bobby, Ray Krebbs, and Peter Richards have a little "swimming contest" in the Southfork pool. Sue Ellen throws J.R. out of her bedroom yet another time.
Cliff gets excited about topping J.R.'s bid on the offshore tracks. Katherine returns from Rome but Pam refuses do discuss with her who Charlie's
father might be. Cliff encourages Marilee to invest with him. Sue Ellen tries unsuccessfully to break off with Peter. J.R. finds something in
Edgar Randolph's past with which to blackmail him.

7.16 (147) Dallas: SOME DO, SOME DON'T
20Jan84 CBS / prod. no. 172116
Executive Producer: Philip Capice/ Supervising Producer Arthur Bernard Lewis / Produced by Leonard Katzman / Associate Producer: Cliff Fenneman
Written by Leonard Katzman
Directed by Larry Hagman
Director of Photography: Bradford May
*
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
(opening credits - no picture)
Special Guest Star:
Christopher Atkins as Peter Richards
Also Starring:
Audrey Landers, John Beck, Morgan Brittany, Priscilla Beaulieu Presley, Howard Keel as Clayton Farlow
*
(end credits)
Guest Stars:
Martin E. Brooks, Shalane McCall, Fern Fitzgerald, Lee Montgomery, Christopher Albee
Co-Starring:
Omri Katz, Debbie Rennard, Deborah Tranelli, Sherril Lynn Katzman, Danone Simpson, Kate Vernon, Claudia Christian
With:
Phil Brock, Anne Lucas, John Trujillo, Leslie Jacob, Eric Farlow
Synopsis:
J.R. tries to set Bobby up by letting Cliff Barnes buy Travis Boyd's company. Donna Krebbs tells Miss Ellie that she's lucky to be marrying
Clayton Farlow. Ray and Clayton go to a cattle auction. Clayton gets rid of his doubts about moving into Southfork. Donna Krebbs warns Edgar Randolph
against J.R.'s manipulations and blackmail. Bobby and Jenna get much closer. J.R. asks Sue Ellen about having another child but she says it will
never happen. Donna and Ray push Ellie and Clayton to set a wedding date. Pam tells Marilee Stone (Fern Fitzgerald) to stay ouf Cliff's life,
particulary his love life. J.R. keeps on blackmailing Randolph. Sue Ellen is embarrassed when Peter's friends (Kate Vernon, Claudia Christian) take
her for his mother. Cliff tells Pam that he doesn't want to make any business deal without her because "blood is thicker than oil." Bobby
assures Katherine that they will always be friends. Cliff is disappointed that Sly has no information on Randolph. Peter Richards tries to convince
Sue Ellen that the age difference between them doesn't matter. Katherine sleeps with J.R. Mark Graison checks into a Houston hospital. J.R. tells
Katherine that Bobby is Charlie's father. J.R. blackmails Katherine. Miss Ellie tells Clayton she can't marry him or anyone else.

7.17 (148) Dallas: EYE OF THE BEHOLDER
27Jan84 CBS / prod. no. 172117
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: Bradford May
*
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
(opening credits - no picture)
Special Guest Star:
Christopher Atkins as Peter Richards
Also Starring:
Audrey Landers, John Beck, Morgan Brittany, Priscilla Beaulieu Presley, Howard Keel as Clayton Farlow
*
(end credits)
Guest Stars:
Martin E. Brooks, Barry Jenner, Bill Morey, Donegan Smith, Christopher Albee, Fern Fitzgerald
Co-Starring:
Omri Katz, Debbie Rennard, Sherril Lynn Latzman
With:
Pat Colbert, Anne Lucas, Roseanna Christiansen, Kevin McBride, Eric Farlow
Synopsis:
Mark Graison hides his hospital stay from Pamela. Katherine hires a private investigator to find Renaldo Marchetta. Miss Ellie persists in her decision
not to marry Clayton. Bobby makes J.R. co-sign the Travis Boyd deal. Lucy invites Peter to a party at Muriel's. Marilee Stone tells Cliff that his
sister Pamela is a problem in their relationship. Sue Ellen tells Clayton that he should not give up on Ellie. Donna finds out that Ellie's past with
Jock Ewing haunts her and prevents her from making a commitment to Clayton. Pam and Bobby reminisce about their wedding. In Atlanta, Mitch gets a
promotion. An intoxicated Clayton bursts into the Ewing residence where J.R. pulls a gun on him.

7.18 (149) Dallas: TWELVE MILE LIMIT
3Feb84 CBS / prod. no. 172118
Executive Producer: Philip Capice/ Supervising Producer Arthur Bernard Lewis / Produced by Leonard Katzman / Associate Producer: Cliff Fenneman
Written by David Paulsen
Directed by Patrick Duffy
Director of Photography: Bradford May
*
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
(opening credits - no picture)
(NOT Christopher Atkins)
Also Starring:
Audrey Landers, John Beck, Morgan Brittany, Priscilla Beaulieu Presley, Howard Keel as Clayton Farlow
*
(end credits)
Guest Stars:
Martin E. Brooks, Joanna Miles, Fern Fitzgerald, Ray Girardin, Donegan Smith
Co-Starring:
Omri Katz, Debbie Rennard, Sherril Lynn Katzman, Danone Simpson
And:
James L. Brown as McSween
With:
Aurelia Sweeney, Sena Ayn Black, Naomi Serotoff, Troy Melton
Synopsis:
J.R. uses Sly Lovegren to sell geological reports to Cliff Barnes. J.R. can't get over Miss Ellie and Clayton's marriage. Afton goes to visit Mitch
in Atlanta. Jenna tells Bobby that Charlie has fantasies about their marriage. Clayton Farlow talks with Ray Krebbs about Ellie's medical
problem which has recently begun to haunt her again. Edgar Randolph cracks under J.R.'s pressure. Mark Graison proposes to Pamela. Detective Harry
McSween digs up some "dirt" on Clayton from the time when his first wife died. Marilee Stone pressures Cliff to give her the geologicals before she
invests with him. Katherine pressures Pam to marry Mark. Edgar Randolph's wife calls Donna from Washington, concerned about her husband. J.R. questions
Sue Ellen about Clayton's past. Donna and Ray find Edgar unconscious in his hotel bathroom. Edgar tries to make it look like what happened to him was
an accident. Donna and Ray accuse J.R. of leading to Edgar's suicide attempt. Katherine determines that Renaldo Marchetta is in the United States.

7.19 (150) Dallas: WHERE IS POPPA?
10Feb84 CBS / prod. no. 172119
Executive Producer: Philip Capice/ Supervising Producer Arthur Bernard Lewis / Produced by Leonard Katzman / Associate Producer: Cliff Fenneman
Written by Arthur Bernard Lewis
Directed by William F. Claxton
Director of Photography: Bradford May
*
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
(opening credits - no picture)
Special Guest Star:
Christopher Atkins as Peter Richards
Also Starring:
Audrey Landers, John Beck, Morgan Brittany, Priscilla Beaulieu Presley, Howard Keel as Clayton Farlow
*
(end credits)
Guest Stars:
Martin E. Brooks, Alice Hirson, Glenn Corbett, Joanna Miles, Ann Gee Byrd, Shalane McCall, Fern Fitzgerald, Donegan Smith

Co-Starring:
Omri Katz, Debbie Rennard, Deborah Tranelli, Sherril Lynn Katzman
And:
Fran Bennett as Receptionist
With:
Pat Colbert, Roseanna Christiansen, Vince McKewin, Thomas Murphy,
Teresa V. Hoyos, Anne Lucas, Cindy Riegel, Randy Harrington, Bob Herron
Synopsis:
Edgar Randolph's wife Martha tries to discover what really happened to her husband, while Edgar is released from the hospital. Peter Richards
pressures Sue Ellen to make a commitment to him. Sue Ellen tells Peter that she and J.R. have separate bedrooms. Marilee Stone agrees to be Cliff's
"silent partner." Bobby buys Charlie a horse. Mark Graison pressures Pam for an answer to his marriage proposal. Afton suspects Cliff carries on his
affair with Marilee. Bobby confronts J.R. about offshore drilling and Edgar Randolph. Miss Ellie tells J.R. he should start getting along with Clayton.
Katherine locates Marchetta. Donna questions Paul Morgan about Edgar's past and reputation. Sue Ellen is hospitalized after an accident and Jenna Wade
accompanies her to the hospital. Bobby tries to talk Clayton into becoming a partner in Ewing Oil. J.R. and Peter Richards both learn that Sue Ellen
miscarried as a result of the accident.

7.20 (151) Dallas: WHEN THE BOUGH BREAKS
17Feb84 CBS / prod. no. 172120
Executive Producer: Philip Capice/ Supervising Producer Arthur Bernard Lewis / Produced by Leonard Katzman / Associate Producer: Cliff Fenneman
Written by Leonard Katzman
Directed by Nick Havinga
Director of Photography: Bradford May
*
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
(opening credits - no picture)
Special Guest Star:
Christopher Atkins as Peter Richards
Also Starring:
Audrey Landers, John Beck, Morgan Brittany, Priscilla Beaulieu Presley, Howard Keel as Clayton Farlow
*
(end credits)
Guest Stars:
Glenn Corbett, Daniel Pilon, Ann Gee Byrd, Shalane McCall, Fern Fitzgerald, Donegan Smith, Debbie Rennard
Co-Starring:
Sherril Lynn Katzman, Pat Colbert, Roseanna Christiansen, Anne Lucas
(NO With: Cast)
Synopsis:
After Sue Ellen's accident, the family is concerned about her health and the miscarriage. Donna Krebbs investigates Edgar Randolph's past with the
help of lawyer Paul Morgan. Bobby questions Jenna Wade about who Charlie's father is. Katherine Wentworth takes a trip to California in search of
Renaldo Marchetta. Peter Richards pays Sue Ellen a visit at the hospital. Cliff Barnes asks his sister Pamela to join him in the offshore drilling
venture. J.R. suspects Marilee Stone is Cliff's partner and wonders what the reasons could be. Clayton Farlow decides against investing with Ewing
Oil. Sue Ellen wonders who she got pregnant with -- J.R. or Peter. Pam talks to Sue Ellen about her pregnancy and miscarriage. Katherine finally
finds Marchetta and has a conversation with him. Mark goes overseas on business. Ray and Donna learn that Edgar Randolph was institutionalized
once. Bobby tells Jenna that he, she, and Charlie have "something very special" going. Peter wants to think he would have been the father of Sue
Ellen's baby. Sue Ellen breaks up with Peter.

7.21 (152) Dallas: TRUE CONFESSIONS
24Feb84 CBS / prod. no. 172121
Executive Producer: Philip Capice/ Supervising Producer Arthur Bernard Lewis / Produced by Leonard Katzman / Associate Producer: Cliff Fenneman
Written by David Paulsen
Directed by Paul Krasny
Director of Photography: Bradford May
*
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
(opening credits - no picture)
Special Guest Star:
Christopher Atkins as Peter Richards
Also Starring:
Audrey Landers, John Beck, Morgan Brittany, Priscilla Beaulieu Presley, Howard Keel as Clayton Farlow
*
(end credits)
Guest Stars:
Martin E. Brooks, Daniel Pilon, Tricia O'Neil, Debbie Rennard, Fern Fitzgerald, Shalane McCall, Bill Quinn, Erica Yohn
Co-Starring:
Deborah Tranelli, Danone Simpson
With:
Pat Colbert, Anne Lucas, Jennifer Barlow, Lani Golay, Eric Farlow
Synopsis:
J.R. tries to talk Marilee Stone out of doing business with Cliff. Ray and Donna take a trip to Maryland. Cliff tries to convince Pam to join him in
the offshore venture. Lucy asks Peter Richards to pose as a model with her at Southfork. Jenna Wade tells Bobby that Charlie loves him. Marchetta
shows up while Bobby and Jenna have lunch. Edgar Randolph gives J.R. secret information on the bids for the upcoming lease auction. Marchetta confronts
Jenna and Bobby. He announces he's Charlie's father and shows them her birth certificate with Bobby's name. Ray and Donna uncover Randolph's
secret from the past which J.R. has been using to blackmail him. Katherine pays Marchetta for the meeting he had with Jenna and Bobby. Charlie keeps
pressuring Bobby to marry her mother. Marilee Stone takes J.R.'s advice and pulls out of the offshore deal with Cliff. Katherine tries to keep Pam from
talking to Bobby. Jenna explains to Bobby her reasons for having listed him as the father of record on Charlie's birth certificate.

7.22 (153) Dallas: AND THE WINNER IS
2Mar84 CBS / prod. no. 172122
Executive Producer: Philip Capice/ Supervising Producer Arthur Bernard Lewis / Produced by Leonard Katzman / Associate Producer: Cliff Fenneman
Written by Arthur Bernard Lewis
Directed by Nick Havinga
Director of Photography: Bradford May
*
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
(opening credits - no picture)
Special Guest Star:
Christopher Atkins as Peter Richards
Also Starring:
Audrey Landers, (NOT John Beck), Morgan Brittany, Priscilla Beaulieu Presley, Howard Keel as Clayton Farlow
*
(end credits)
Guest Stars:
Martin E. Brooks, Morgan Woodward, Alice Hirson, Joanna Miles, Wendy Fulton, Don Starr, Fern Fitzgerald, Debbie Rennard
Co-Starring:
Omri Katz, Deborah Tranelli, Sherill Lynn Katzman, Paul Sorensen
And:
Rosanne Katon as Billie
With:
Mary Armstrong, Debi Sue Voohees, Roseanna Christiansen, Anne Lucas, Eric Farlow
Synopsis:
J.R. is upset to learn that Bobby and Jenna are having problems, and he tries to "fix" things. J.R. gets suspicious that someone is behind
Marchetta showing up at this time. Bobby spends time with Pam and Christopher. J.R. uses Edgar Randolph to get what he wants at the auction.
Ellie wants a small wedding and insists on inviting Clayton's sister Jessica but Clayton is not too happy about it. Katherine is upset to learn
that Pamela has been seeing Bobby. Ray and Donna discuss the Randolph issue and what to do next. Cliff Barnes is high bidder on Gold Canyon 340. Donna
and Ray confront Randolph about his past. Randolph plans to quit the government office. Bobby accuses J.R. of lying and going back to his old
ways of running the company. J.R. uses Marilee Stone to set Cliff up on the offshore venture. Randolph and his wife Martha violently confront J.R.
Cliff is not happy with Sly's services. J.R. overhears Sue Ellen and Peter talking about her lost baby.

7.23 (154) Dallas: FOOLS RUSH IN
9Mar84 CBS / prod. no. 172123
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: Bradford May
*
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
(opening credits - no picture)
Special Guest Star:
Christopher Atkins as Peter Richards
Also Starring:
Audrey Landers, John Beck, Morgan Brittany, Priscilla Beaulieu Presley, Howard Keel as Clayton Farlow
*
(end credits)
Guest Stars:
Dennis Patrick, Barry Jenner, Peter White, Barbara Cason, Shalane McCall
Co-Starring:
Omri Katz, Gerald Berns, Paul Lambert, Sherril Lynn Katzman, Robert Donvan, Michael Fox
With:
Roseanna Christiansen, Anne Lucas, Eric Farlow
Synopsis:
J.R. pretends he wants Peter Richards around at Southfork for little John Ross' sake. Cliff has to come up with the balance money on the offshore
track within 12 days. Miss Ellie sets a wedding date and Clayton is delighted. Charlie Wade (Shalane McCall) questions Bobby about why he's not
seeing her mother anymore. Cliff tries again to talk Pamela into a partnership with him. J.R. blackmails Katherine Wentworth to make sure that
Pam marries Mark Graison. Pam goes to Houston for a Wentworth board meeting. Ellie asks Jessica over the phone to stay at Southfork for the
wedding. Pam tells Sue Ellen and Katherine that she decided to turn Mark down. Bobby tries reconciliation with Jenna but they break up again. Sue
Ellen tells Bobby that because of Pam's feelings for him, she decided not to marry Mark. Cliff gets a phone call from Mark who is in the Middle East.
J.R. schemes to set Cliff up using banker Vaughn Leland (Dennis Patrick). Pamela meets Mark's friend Jerry Kenderson (Barry Jenner) and learns about
Mark's very serious medical problem.

7.24 (155) Dallas: THE UNEXPECTED
16Mar84 CBS / prod. no. 172124
Executive Producer: Philip Capice/ Supervising Producer Arthur Bernard Lewis / Produced by Leonard Katzman / Associate Producer: Cliff Fenneman
Written by Arthur Bernard Lewis
Directed by Nick Havinga
Director of Photography: Bradford May
*
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
(opening credits - no picture)
Special Guest Star:
Christopher Atkins as Peter Richards
Also Starring:
Audrey Landers, John Beck, Morgan Brittany, Priscilla Beaulieu Presley, Howard Keel as Clayton Farlow
*
(end credits)
Guest Stars:
Dennis Patrick, Wendy Fulton, Bill Morey, Stephanie Blackmore
And:
Alexis Smith as Jessica Montford (entry)
Co-Starring:
Omri Katz, Sherril Lynn Katzman, Robert Donovan+
With:
Roseanna Christiansen, Pat Colbert, Anne Lucas, Eric Farlow
Synopsis:
J.R. plots to frame Peter and teach Sue Ellen a lesson. Afton hates Vaughn Leland. J.R. wants a "double wedding ceremony" -- Clayton marrying Ellie,
and Bobby marrying Jenna. Katherine learns of Mark's medical problem. Peter turns Lucy down on a modeling assignment in the Caribbeans. J.R. is nice to
Peter to make him feel welcome. Peter teaches astronomy to little John Ross. Cliff borrows $ 227 million despite his comptroller's doubts about
the loan contract. Bobby admits to Jenna Wade that he can be inflexible and self-centered. Bobby tells Jenna that Pam's got a hold on him. Pam decides
to marry Mark. J.R. and Vaughn Leland put on an act in front of a completely unsuspecting Cliff to make him sign the loan papers. J.R.
promises Katherine Wentworth to give her the "blackmail tape" as soon as Pam and Mark get married. Bobby is absolutely stunned and devastated to
learn of Pam's decision to marry Mark. Jessica Montford (Alexis Smith) arrives from London and surprises J.R. with a special gift. Cliff, Afton,
Katherine, Mark and Pam celebrate the upcoming wedding. Mark has big plans for his and Pam's future. Miss Ellie is glad to discover that Jessica is
still a Texan, after all these years spent overseas.

7.25 (156) Dallas: STRANGE ALLIANCE
23Mar84 CBS / prod. no. 172125
Executive Producer: Philip Capice/ Supervising Producer Arthur Bernard Lewis / Produced by Leonard Katzman / Associate Producer: Cliff Fenneman
Written by Leonard Katzman
Directed by Larry Hagman
Director of Photography: Bradford May
*
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
(opening credits - no picture)
Special Guest Star:
Christopher Atkins as Peter Richards
Also Starring:
Audrey Landers, John Beck, Morgan Bittany, Priscilla Beaulieu Presley, Howard Keel as Clayton Farlow
*
(end credits)
Guest Stars:
Dennis Patrick, Barry Jenner, Denny Miller, Shalane McCall, Debbie Rennard
And:
Alexis Smith as Jessica Montford
Co-Starring:
Omri Katz, Sherril Lynn Rettino (not Katzman)
And:
James L. Brown as McSween
With:
Pat Colbert, Annie Gagen, Anne Lucas, Roseanna Christiansen, Eric Farlow
Synopsis:
Katherine wants to make sure that Pam doesn't change her mind about marrying Mark Graison. Sly Lovegren continues to work for Cliff Barnes.
Lucy is determined to find out what is "wrong" with Peter Richards because he refuses to date her. Jessica Montford makes her brother Clayton
uncomfortable by bringing up stories from his past in Ellie's presence. Pam tries to protect Mark from learning about his health problem. J.R. prepares
Detective McSween to do some "work" on Peter. Bobby and Mark vow not to be enemies. Despite Sue Ellen's "concern for Lucy", J.R. insists that Peter
continue to come to Southfork. Jessica reminisces about her early years with Clayton. Charlie gets along with Christopher very well. Jenna Wade
tells Bobby that she won't wait forever. Sly tells Cliff that J.R. fears Barnes/Wentworth will become bigger than Ewing Oil. Cliff is mad to learn
that Westar hit oil and and he still hasn't. Jessica and J.R. find out they have a lot in common.

7.26 (157) Dallas: BLOW UP
6-Apr-1984 CBS / Lorimar prod. no. 172126
Executive Producer: Philip Capice / Produced by Leonard Katzman
Written by David Paulsen
Directed by Patrick Duffy
Director of Photography: Bradford May
*
Starring In Alphabetical Order: (faces on opening credits)
Barbara Bel Geddes, Patrick Duffy, Linda Gray, Larry Hagman, Susan Howard, Steve Kanaly,
Ken Kercheval, Victoria Principal, Charlene Tilton.
Special Guest Star: (opening credits)
Christopher Atkins (as Peter Richards)
Also Starring: (opening credits)
Audrey Landers, John Beck, Morgan Brittany, Priscilla Beaulieu Presley, and Howard Keel
*
Guest Stars: (end credits)
Dennis Patrick, Morgan Woodward, Alice Hirson, Barry Jenner, Denny MIller, Shalane McCall
and Alexis Smith (as Jessica Montford)
Co-Starring:
Omri Katz, Walker Edmiston, Deborah Tranelli, Danone Simpson, Jack Axelrod
With:
Roseanna Christiansen, Pat Colbert, Anne Lucas, Nanci Hammond
Synopsis:
Pressured by Jerry Kenderson (Barry Jenner) , Pam tries to rush the wedding but Mark doesn't understand why. Vaughn Leland
manipulates Cliff on J.R.'s instructions. Jessica feels she doesn't fit in with the Ewings. J.R. asks Katherine for help in
buying some Wentworth land. J.R. invites Peter to a party for Jessica. Clayton picks Ray Krebbs to be his best man at the
wedding. Punk Anderson questions Jenna Wade and Bobby about whether they will get married. Through another of J.R.'s schemes,
a drunk Lucy angrily confronts Sue Ellen and Peter about their "affair" (and J.R. is a witness). J.R. tries to use the
"scandal" with Lucy to make Sue Ellen move back to his bedroom. Katherine wants Bobby to teach her about the oil business.
Donna gets suspicious of Jessica's intentions. J.R. and Jessica start discussing stopping the wedding.

7.27 (158) Dallas: TURNING POINT (aka - "Turning Points" - plural - copyright title)
13-Apr-1984 CBS / Lorimar prod. no. 172127
Executive Producer: Philip Capice / Produced by Leonard Katzman
Written by Arthur Bernard Lewis
Directed by Gwen Arner
Director of Photography: Bradford May
*
Starring In Alphabetical Order: (faces on opening credits)
Barbara Bel Geddes, Patrick Duffy, Linda Gray, Larry Hagman, Susan Howard, Steve Kanaly,
Ken Kercheval, Victoria Principal, Charlene Tilton.
Special Guest Star: (opening credits)
Christopher Atkins (as Peter Richards)
Also Starring: (opening credits)
Audrey Landers, John Beck, Morgan Brittany, Priscilla Beaulieu Presley, and Howard Keel
*
Guest Starring: (end credits)
Dennis Patrick, Donald May, Denny Miller, Shalane McCall, Debbie Rennard
and Alexis Smith (as Jessica Montford)
Co-Starring:
Omri Katz, Mark Harrison, Deborah Tranelli, John Wyler, David Wells, Danone Simpson, and James L. Brown (as McSween)
With:
Pat Colbert, Roseanna Christiansen, Anne Lucas, Dana Halsted, Ava Cadel
Synopsis:
J.R. tries to question Jessica about Clayton's past. Vaughn Leland threatens to pull the plug on money for Cliff. Clayton
warns Jessica that J.R. can be dangerous. Katherine and Bobby celebrate the successful purchase of Wentworth land by Ewing
Oil. J.R. overhears Clayton and Jessica talking about "Clayton's secret." Pam is a little disappointed that Mark wants such
a big wedding. Sue Ellen questions Pam about why she changed her mind and decided to marry Mark after all. Jenna tells Pam
that Bobby still hasn't asked her to marry him. J.R. learns that Clayton has something to hide from his past. Cliff
frantically tries to raise money, and even goes through Afton's bank books and questions the way she's been spending money.
Lucy apologizes to Peter for the scene she made, and they vow to be friends again. J.R. has a showdown with Katherine and
she vows to kill him. Clayton tells Donna and Ray that he thinks Jessica is just too direct and unpredictable. J.R. pays
oil crewmen to slow down Cliff's offshore drilling. Jessica confronts Clayton about his sale of the Southern Cross ranch.
J.R. has Peter arrested on drug possession.

7.28 (159) Dallas: LOVE STORIES
4-May-1984 CBS / Lorimar prod. no. 172128
Executive Producer: Philip Capice / Produced by Leonard Katzman
Written by Leonard Katzman
Directed by Michael Preece
Director of Photography: Robert Caramico, A.S.C.
*
Starring In Alphabetical Order: (faces on opening credits)
Barbara Bel Geddes, Patrick Duffy, Linda Gray, Larry Hagman, Susan Howard, Steve Kanaly,
Ken Kercheval, Victoria Principal, Charlene Tilton.
Special Guest Star: (opening credits)
Christopher Atkins (as Peter Richards)
Also Starring: (opening credits)
John Beck, Morgan Brittany, Priscilla Beaulieu Presley, and Howard Keel
*
Guests Stars: (end credits)
Dennis Patrick, Barry Jenner, Denny Miller, Bert Kramer, Shalane McCall, Bill Morey
and Alexis Smith (as Jessica Montford)
Co-Starring:
Omri Katz, Sherril Lynn Rettino, and James L. Brown (as McSween)
With:
Pat Colbert, Anne Lucas, Roseanna Christiansen, Debisue Voorhees, Brad Harris
Synopsis:
Mark insists on a big wedding. Katherine tells an unaware Bobby of J.R.'s "blackmail tape" and Bobby has a showdown with her.
J.R. keeps digging into Clayton's past and his wife Amy's death in San Angelo years ago. Bobby confronts J.R. about Katherine
and the tape. J.R. pressures Bobby to marry Jenna Wade. Peter is in jail and he asks Sue Ellen for help in posting bail.
Mark learns the truth about his health. Jenna accepts Bobby's marriage proposal. J.R. puts on an act in front of Peter and
Sue Ellen. Cliff admits to Pam that he's financially ruined. Pam is devastated to learn of tragedy striking Mark.

7.29 (160) Dallas: HUSH, HUSH, SWEET JESSE
11-May-1984 CBS / Lorimar prod. no. 172129
Executive Producer: Philip Capice / Produced by Leonard Katzman
Written by David Paulsen
Directed by Gwen Arner
Director of Photography: Robert Caramico, A.S.C.
*
Starring In Alphabetical Order: (faces on opening credits)
Barbara Bel Geddes, Patrick Duffy, Linda Gray, Larry Hagman, Susan Howard, Steve Kanaly,
Ken Kercheval, Victoria Principal, Charlene Tilton.
Special Guest Star: (opening credits)
Christopher Atkins (as Peter Richards)
Also Starring: (opening credits)
Audrey Landers, Morgan Brittany, Priscilla Beaulieu Presley, and Howard Keel
*
Guests Stars: (end credits)
Bill Morey, Don Starr, Debbie Rennard
and
Alexis Smith (as Jessica Montford)
Co-Starring:
Charles Parks, Edmund Penney, Sherril Lynn Rettino, and James L. Brown (as McSween)
With:
Roseanna Christiansen, Mary Armstrong, D.J. Zacker, Eric Farlow
Synopsis:
The Ewing family learns of Mark Graison's death. Bobby and Jenna hold off their announcement. Jenna fears that Mark's death
may bring Bobby and Pam together. Cliff is forced to sell his share of Barnes/Wentworth to Katherine. J.R. suspects arson
in the San Angelo fire. Pam gets a letterfrom Mark which reveals the real cause of the "plane crash." A phone call from Dusty
raises the tension between Clayton and Jessica. Clayton tells Ray and Donna the truth about Dusty and Jessica. Cliff has
another fight with Afton. J.R. goes through Jessica's diary. Pam and Bobby talk about their years together and the divorce.
Pam learns about the letter which Katherine wrote and which led to Pam and Bobby's divorce. Pam has a showdown with Katherine.
Miss Ellie and Jessica disappear and the Ewings fear Ellie is in serious danger.

7.30 (161) Dallas: END GAME [season 7 finale]
18-May-84 CBS / Lorimar prod. no. 172130
Executive Producer: Philip Capice / Produced by Leonard Katzman
Written by Arthur Bernard Lewis
Directed by Leonard Katzman
Director of Photography: Robert Caramico, A.S.C.
*
Starring In Alphabetical Order: (faces on opening credits)
Barbara Bel Geddes, Patrick Duffy, Linda Gray, Larry Hagman, Susan Howard, Steve Kanaly,
Ken Kercheval, Victoria Principal, Charlene Tilton.
Special Guest Star: (opening credits)
Christopher Atkins (as Peter Richards)
Also Starring: (opening credits)
Audrey Landers, Morgan Brittany, Priscilla Beaulieu Presley, and Howard Keel
*
Special Guest Star: (end credits)
Barry Corbin
Guest Stars:
Dennis Patrick, Shalane McCall, Don Starr, Billy Green Bush, Bill Morey, John Zaremba, Debbie Rennard
and
Alexis Smith (as Jessica Montford)
Co-Starring:
Omri Katz, Gene Ross, Deborah Tranelli, Sherril Lynn Rettino, Frank Moon, Gene Tyburn, Danone Simpson
With:
Pat Colbert, Mary Armstrong, Anne Lucas, Roseanna Christiansen, Ted Grossman, Vince Deadrick, Jr, Eric Farllow
Synopsis:
Tension rises at the Ewing residence as the search for Miss Ellie and Jessica continues. Clayton and J.R. have a fight over
Clayton's mentally unstable sister. Bobby confronts J.R. over his plotting with Jessica to stop the wedding. Cliff seeks
Jordan Lee's help in getting another crew for his offshore drilling. Ellie is rescued from Jessica's clutches. Sue Ellen
feels sorry for Pamela after Mark's death. Clayton and Ellie decide not to postpone the wedding, despite the recent events.
Clayton tries to figure out Jessica's mental state and her motive for kidnapping Ellie. Pam learns that Jenna Wade and Bobby
will be getting married. Clayton and Miss Ellie get married. Cliff is mad to learn that Pam left Dallas without saying
where she's going. Ellie and Clayton go on a cruise to the Mediterranean. Katherine makes a scene during an angry exchange
with Bobby. J.R. reveals the setup on offshore drilling to a completely stunned Cliff. Edgar Randolph reappears in Dallas
vowing revenge on J.R. Cliff throws Afton out of the apartment. J.R. reveals his scheme to frame Peter Richards, and he
blackmails Sue Ellen. Shots are fired in J.R.'s office.
 
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