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Season 8 (The Donna Reed Season)(entry #8.7) (1984-85)
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. 173101 to 173130
Donna Reed as Ellie Ewing Farlow (entry #8.7) (replacing Barbara Bel Geddes who was ill)

8.1 (162) Dallas: KILLER AT LARGE
28Sep84 CBS / prod. no. 173101
Executive Producer: Philip Capice / Produced by Leonard Katzman
Written by ??
Directed by Leonard Katzman
Director of Photography: Robert Caramico, A.S.C.
*
Starring In Alphabetical Order: (faces on opening credits)
(NOT Barbara Bel Geddes)
Patrick Duffy, Linda Gray, Larry Hagman, Susan Howard, Steve Kanaly, Howard Keel
Ken Kercheval, Priscilla Beaulieu Presley, Victoria Principal, Charlene Tilton.
Special Guest Star: (opening credits)
Christopher Atkins (as Peter Richards)
Also Starring: (opening credits)
Audrey Landers, Morgan Brittany
*
(end credits)
Guest Stars:
Gerald Gordon, Mitchell Ryan, Fern Fitzgerald, Debbie Rennard, Shalane McCall, Dennis Haysbert
Martin E. Brooks.
Co-Starring:
Sherril Lynn Retino, Jenny Gago
With:
Casey Sander, Randy Tallman, Karen Radcliffe, J.T. O'Connor, Jesse Baca, Chris Hendrie,
Paul Osborne, Jill Scroggin, Cora Cordona, Mark Walters, Rose Ann Holloway.
Synopsis:
Afton finds Bobby shot in J.R.'s office. Lucy suspects J.R. framed Peter. Ray tries to warn J.R. against Randolph. Sue Ellen and J.R. have a new
"marital arrangement" after the showdown with Peter. Lucy, J.R., and Sue Ellen rush to Dallas Memorial where Bobby undergoes an operation. J.R.
realizes the killer was after him. Tract 340 comes in and Cliff is delighted. Bobby is blinded by the bullet wound. Marilee is angry with J.R.
after Cliff strikes oil. Afton suspects Cliff shot Bobby. Jenna and Pam meet by Bob's hospital bed. An attempt is made on J.R.'s life. Afton leaves
Cliff. Pam stops Katherine from going into the hospital to see Bobby. Marilee seduces Cliff. Bobby is skeptical about J.R. "watching" Ewing Oil
business while he's away. J.R. and Bobby learn that the killer is still at large.

8.2 (163) Dallas: BATTLE LINES
5Oct84 CBS / prod. no. 173102
Executive Producer: Philip Capice / Produced by Leonard Katzman
Written by Arthur Bernard Lewis
Directed by Nick Havinga
Director of Photography: Robert Caramico, A.S.C.
*
Starring In Alphabetical Order: (faces on opening credits)
Patrick Duffy, Linda Gray, Larry Hagman, Susan Howard, Steve Kanaly, Howard Keel
Ken Kercheval, Priscilla Beaulieu Presley, Victoria Principal, Charlene Tilton.
Special Guest Star: (opening credits)
Christopher Atkins (as Peter Richards)
Also Starring: (opening credits)
Morgan Brittany
*
(end credits)
Guest Stars:
Dennis Patrick, Mitchell Ryan, Gerald Gordon, Don Starr, Debbie Rennard, Shalane McCall, Omri Katz.
Co-Starring:
Deborah Tranelli, Paul Sorensen, Danone Simpson, Michael Laskin, Jenny Gago.
With:
Pat Colbert, Anne Lucas, Casey Sander, Jim McQueen, Michele Rusheene, Jack Portman, Marina Rice, Jesse Baca, Eric Farlow.
Synopsis:
J.R. suspects Cliff Barnes in the shooting of Bobby and he pressures police to find answers fast. Vaughn Leland tries to patronize Cliff but he
threatens to file a complaint against Vaughn about unfair banking. Pam questions Cliff about his marrying Afton. Bobby asks Ray and Donna to check
the office phones for bugs. Bobby tells Jenna they can't get married until he regains his sight. Sue Ellen is touched by J.R.'s brotherly loyalty
during Bobby's incapacitation. Cliff and Sly have an honest exchange about J.R.'s setup. Bobby fears J.R. will take advantage of his absence at Ewing
Oil and he asks Donna to watch over things for him at the office. J.R. asks Sue Ellen whether it was her who tried to kill him. Sue Ellen reveals to
J.R. that there was no "affair" with Peter Richards. Pam tells Bobby about Katherine's devious trick in writing the letter which led to their divorce.
Donna and J.R. draw their battle lines, as do Pamela and Jenna. Cliff celebrates his offshore strike with Jordan Lee and Andy Bradley. J.R. and
Cliff make another scene at the Oil Barons. J.R. is really worried that his scheme to set Cliff up on the offshore tracts backfired. Bobby asks Clayton
not to tell Miss Ellie about his blindness just yet. J.R. has Cliff arrested on attempted murder and Pam is left completely shocked.

8.3 (164) Dallas: IF AT FIRST YOU DON'T SUCCEED
12Oct84 CBS / prod. no. 173103
Executive Producer: Philip Capice / Produced by Leonard Katzman
Written by David Paulsen
Directed by Leonard Katzman
Director of Photography: Robert Caramico, A.S.C.
*
Starring In Alphabetical Order: (faces on opening credits)
Patrick Duffy, Linda Gray, Larry Hagman, Susan Howard, Steve Kanaly, Howard Keel
Ken Kercheval, Priscilla Beaulieu Presley, Victoria Principal, Charlene Tilton.
Special Guest Star: (opening credits)
Christopher Atkins (as Peter Richards)
Also Starring: (opening credits)
Morgan Brittany, Deborah Shelton
*
(end credits)
Guest Stars:
.Joanna Miles, George O.Petrie, Gerald Gordon, Mitchell Ryan, Shalane McCall, Omri Katz,
Bill Morey, Debbie Rennard

Co-Starring:
Sherril Lynn Retino, Jenny Gago
And:
James L. Brown as McSween
With:
James Newell, Roseanna Christiansen, Norman Bennett, Norma Young, Michelle Rusheene,
Marina Rice, Vernon Grote, Lee Gideon, Bob McCleary, Vince Deadrick,Sr., Ron Burke.
Synopsis:
J.R. tells Bobby about Cliff's arrest. Cliff is released on bail. J.R. reveals to Bobby how he set Cliff up on the offshore drilling. Cliff admits
to Pam that he wanted to kill J.R. Sue Ellen invites Donna Krebbs for dinner and is reprimanded by J.R. Donna and J.R. have a confrontation about
her "filling in" for Bobby at Ewing Oil. Jenna Wade is mad at J.R. for bugging Bobby's phone and for the shooting. Pam vows to continue the
Barnes-Ewing feud. Sue Ellen tells Jenna the story of her and Dusty Farlow. J.R. tries to sabotage Donna's work at Ewing Oil. Martha Randolph confronts
J.R. about what he did to her husband. J.R. feels like he has turned everybody against him, and he turns to Sue Ellen. Pamela and Sue Ellen have
a terrible fight over the Barnes-Ewing feud and Cliff's alleged shooting of Bobby. After striking oil big time, Cliff has an invasion of salesmen in
his office. Bobby gets impatient with his eyesight problem. Lucy visits the place where her mother used to work as a waitress. Pam and Cliff get a lot
closer. A woman named Mandy Winger (Deborah Shelton) comes up with an alibi for Cliff who is subsequently cleared of all charges. J.R. senses trouble
when the Ewings learn of the death of Jock's brother Jason in Alaska. A sleeping Bobby gets a revengeful visitor at the hospital.

8.4 (165) Dallas: JAMIE
19Oct84 CBS / prod. no. 173104
Executive Producer: Philip Capice / Produced by Leonard Katzman
Written by David Paulsen
Directed by Nick Havinga
Director of Photography: Robert Caramico, A.S.C.
*
Starring In Alphabetical Order: (faces on opening credits)
Patrick Duffy, Linda Gray, Larry Hagman, Susan Howard, Steve Kanaly, Howard Keel
Ken Kercheval, Priscilla Beaulieu Presley, Victoria Principal, Charlene Tilton.
Special Guest Star: (opening credits)
Christopher Atkins (as Peter Richards)
Also Starring: (opening credits)
Morgan Brittany, Deborah Shelton, Jenilee Harrison (entry)
*
(end credits)
Guest Stars:
Randolph Mantooth, Kathleen York, Shalane McCall
Co-Starring:
Deborah Tranelli, Danone Simpson, Jenny Gago
With:
Rosaeanna Christiansen, Vince Deadrick, Sr., Eric Farlow, Ron Burke, Kiva Lawrence, Norman Bennett, James Harrell, Norma Young,
Tyress Allen, Ken Oakes, Ray Redo, Bobbie Candler, Alan Ackles, Marina Rice, Bob Holton, Mary Mallard, Frank Swann.
Synopsis:
Bobby confronts deadly danger in his hospital room. Bobby's assailant is caught. J.R., Cliff, and Pam discover that Katherine is mentally disturbed.
Lucy works as a waitress. Bobby's eyesight comes back and he's released from the hospital. Cliff romances Mandy Winger. Donna buys a small oil
company but Ray is not too thrilled about it. Cliff suspects Katherine skipped bail. J.R. tries to "explain" to Bobby the bugs in his office. Ray
discovers Lucy's new job. J.R. fears he may have been underestimating Cliff. J.R. and Pamela have an unpleasant exchange about her dating so soon
after Mark Graison's death. Jason Ewing's daughter Jamie (Jenilee Harrison) arrives at Southfork.

8.5 (166) Dallas: FAMILY
26Oct84 CBS / prod. no. 173105
Executive Producer: Philip Capice / Produced by Leonard Katzman
Written by Leonard Katzman
Directed by Leonard Katzman
Director of Photography: Robert Caramico, A.S.C.
*
Starring In Alphabetical Order: (faces on opening credits)
Patrick Duffy, Linda Gray, Larry Hagman, Susan Howard, Steve Kanaly, Howard Keel
Ken Kercheval, Priscilla Beaulieu Presley, Victoria Principal, Charlene Tilton.
Special Guest Star: (opening credits)
Christopher Atkins (as Peter Richards)
Also Starring: (opening credits)
Morgan Brittany, Jenilee Harrison
*
(end credits)(not verified)
Guest Stars:
Co-Starring:
With:
Synopsis:
J.R. is very suspicious of Jamie's intentions. The Ewings question Jamie about her family. Sue Ellen insists that Jamie stay at Southfork. Eddie
Cronin (Fredric Lehne) comes to Lucy's defense at the place where she works. Bobby can't get over Pam, which naturally irritates J.R. Jamie feels
embarrassed taking gifts from Sue Ellen and Jenna. J.R. "tests" Jamie by asking her questions about the oil business. Jenna is very happy after her
first night at Southfork. Cliff gets a very attractive offer from Jeremy Wendell (William Smithers) of Westar but Pam is not too thrilled. J.R.
confronts Jamie once again and tries to buy her off. Sue Ellen meanwhile is happy to be around Jamie. J.R. wants Sue Elen to "spy" for the family and
find out whether Jamie is really a Ewing. Pam is suspicious of Westar's offer to Cliff and she questions Wendell about it. Jenna gets suspicious
about whether Jamie is for real. Cliff uses Mandy Winger to find out about Wendell's intentions. The Ewing family lawyer Harv Smithfield (George O.
Petrie) investigates Jamie and reports to J.R. and Bobby. Sly Lovegren continues to feed information to Cliff. Pamela is shocked to see Mark Graison's car.

8.6 (167) Dallas: SHADOW OF A DOUBT (aka "Shadow of Doubt" - copyright title)
2Nov84 CBS / prod. no. 173106
Executive Producer: Philip Capice / Produced by Leonard Katzman
Written by Leonard Katzman
Directed by Nick Havinga
Director of Photography: Robert Caramico, A.S.C.
*
Starring In Alphabetical Order: (faces on opening credits)
Patrick Duffy, Linda Gray, Larry Hagman, Susan Howard, Steve Kanaly, Howard Keel
Ken Kercheval, Priscilla Beaulieu Presley, Victoria Principal, Charlene Tilton.
Special Guest Star: (opening credits)
Christopher Atkins (as Peter Richards)
Also Starring: (opening credits)
Deborah Shelton, Jenilee Harrison
*
(end credits)
Guest Star:
Christopher Stone, William Smithers, Kathleen York, Rick Jason, Shalane McCall, Omri Katz, Debbie Rennard
And:
Fredric Lehne as Eddie Cronin
Co-Starring:
Sherril Lynn Rettino, Danone Simpson, Norman Bennett, Irma P. Hall, David Stump
With:
Eric Farlow, Roseanna Christiansen, Randy Moore, Bob Magruder, Jim Ponds, Jeannae Anserson, Stephan Mazurek,
Cherilyn James, Bill Heneveld, Marina Rice, Lacy Wayne
Synopsis:
Pam is determined to find out what's going on with Mark Graison's car and other disturbing "signs." J.R. learns of Wendell's offer to Cliff. Donna,
Ray, Jenna, and Bobby celebrate Donna's little oil venture. J.R. risks spoiling the good relations with Sue Ellen because of his suspicions of
Jamie and constant confrontations with her. J.R. tricks Cliff out of the deal with Wendell. Bobby and Jenna make wedding plans. Bobby meets Mandy
Winger. Lucy has a fight with Eddie Cronin's girlfriend. Wendell tries to come up with a new strategy after being turned down by Cliff. Mandy is used
by Cliff for housekeeping duties. Pam receives flowers with Mark's name.

8.7 (168) Dallas: HOMECOMING
9Nov84 CBS / prod. no. 173107
Executive Producer: Philip Capice / Produced by Leonard Katzman
Written by Arthur Bernard Lewis
Directed by Gwen Arner
Director of Photography: Robert Caramico, A.S.C.
*
Starring In Alphabetical Order: (faces on opening credits)
Patrick Duffy, Linda Gray, Larry Hagman, Susan Howard, Steve Kanaly, Howard Keel
Ken Kercheval, Priscilla Beaulieu Presley, Victoria Principal, Charlene Tilton.
Special Guest Star: (opening credits)
Christopher Atkins (as Peter Richards)
Also Starring: (opening credits)
Deborah Shelton, Jenilee Harrison
And:
Donna Reed as Ellie Ewing Farlow (entry #8.7) (replacing Barbara Bel Geddes who was ill)
*
(end credits)
Guest Stars:
Christopher Stone, Kathleen York, Barry Jenner, Omri Katz, Michael Alldredge
And:
Fredric Lehne as Eddie Cronin
Co-Starring:
Sherril Lynn Rettino, Norman Bennett, Hugh Lampman, Marina Rice, Brad Williams.
With:
Roseanna Christiansen, Bill Covert, Dean Anthony, Toni Washington, Billie Carroll, Catherine Morrow,
Rody Kent, Shannon Davidson, Maggie Egan, Tony Garcia.
Synopsis:
J.R. warns Bobby against Pam and Cliff's combined power after Pam inherits Mark Graison's wealth. Donna Krebbs is excited about her oil venture.
Pamela tells Jerry Kenderson about Mark's suicide letter. A cable announces the return of Ellie and Clayton. J.R. and Bobby realize that life will be
different at Southfork -- with Clayton around. J.R. and Bobby have a fight over Jock's portrait. Mandy Winger overhears Sue Ellen talking to Jamie
about Cliff and J.R. Pam is determined to find out whether Mark was actually on the plane when it exploded. Ellie Ewing Farlow (Donna Reed)
meets her niece Jamie Ewing. Eddie Cronin discovers Lucy's secret : she's a Ewing. Clayton feels uncomfortable, with the family talking about Jock so
much. Ray and Donna worry over Clayton adjusting to Southfork and reminders of Jock Ewing.

8.8 (169) Dallas: OIL BARONS' BALL II
16Nov84 CBS / prod. no. 173108
Executive Producer: Philip Capice / Produced by Leonard Katzman
Written by David Paulsen
Directed by Michael Preece
Director of Photography: Robert Caramico, A.S.C.
*
Starring In Alphabetical Order: (faces on opening credits)
Patrick Duffy, Linda Gray, Larry Hagman, Susan Howard, Steve Kanaly, Howard Keel
Ken Kercheval, Priscilla Beaulieu Presley, Victoria Principal, Donna Reed (entry on titles), Charlene Tilton.
Special Guest Star: (opening credits)
Christopher Atkins (as Peter Richards)
Also Starring: (opening credits)
Deborah Shelton, Jenilee Harrison
*
(end credits)
Guest Stars:
Morgan Woodward, Christopher Stone, Kathleen York, William Smithers, Omri Katz, Debbie Rennard, Don Starr, Michael Alldredge
And:
Fredric Lehne as Eddie Cronin
Co-Starring:
Deborah Tranelli, Sherril Lynn Rettino, Norman Bennett
With:
Roseanna Christiansen, Sandi Fish, Sami Chester, Bruce Worrilow, Jean Blanchard, Kimberly Wilson, Marina Rice,
Eric Farlow, Tony Garcia, Dane Neslon, Shannon Davidson, Catherine Morrow, Stan Miller, Nancy Ellison, Laurence Cohen.
Synopsis:
Wendell invites Cliff Barnes to sit at the Weststar table at the Oil Barons' Ball. Sly Lovegren needs a break from work and from interacting
with Cliff. Miss Ellie confides in Donna Krebbs about Clayton's adjustment to Southfork. Bobby tells Pam she's overreacting to the recent "events"
concerning Mark Graison. Eddie Cronin investigates Lucy's past. Bobby and Jenna set a wedding date. Bobby wants to spare Pam a wedding announcement
at the ball. J.R. tries to get Jamie a job. Ellie tries to make Clayton comfortable and she orders new bedroom furniture. J.R. is impressed by
Mandy Winger. Cliff is worried about Pam's emotional state. Pam is upset again about Bobby and Jenna marrying. At the Oil Barons' Ball J.R. makes a
surprise announcement and Pam feels devastated.

8.9 (170) Dallas: SHADOWS
23Nov84 CBS / prod. no. 173109
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)
Patrick Duffy, Linda Gray, Larry Hagman, Susan Howard, Steve Kanaly, Howard Keel
Ken Kercheval, Priscilla Beaulieu Presley, Victoria Principal, Donna Reed, Charlene Tilton.
Special Guest Star: (opening credits)
Christopher Atkins (as Peter Richards)
Also Starring: (opening credits)
Deborah Shelton, Jenilee Harrison
*
Special Guest Star: (end credits)
Daniel Pilon
Guest Stars:
Kathleen York, Christopher Stone, Shalane McCall, Michael Alldredge, Martin Cassidy
And:
Fredric Lehne as Eddie Cronin
Co-Starring:
Deborah Tranelli, Danone Simpson
With:
Pat Colbert, Anne C. Lucas, Roseanna Christiansen, Anthony Charles, Fred Stevens, Eric Farlow,
Gregg Davis, Sheila Bird, Frank Swann, Bren Plaistowe, Marina Rice, Lacy Wayne
Synopsis:
Jenna is excited about the upcoming wedding. Bobby is mad at J.R. for making the wedding announcement at the ball. Donna and Miss Ellie are
worried over Clayton's adjustment to Southfork. Pam covers up her real feelings about Bobby in front of him. J.R. hires a private eye to
investigate Mandy Winger. Sue Ellen and Jamie spend time together but Jamie is bored and wants a job. Ellie wonders whether Clayton went to Houston on
purpose, to stay away from Southfork. Pam is determined to find out what happened to Mark Graison. Lucy dates Eddie Cronin. J.R. eases up on picking
on Jamie. Renaldo Marchetta shows up and asks Jenna for a meeting. Sue Ellen wants J.R. to hire Jamie at Ewing Oil. Marchetta tells Jenna he wants
Charlie in his life. Jenna learns of the number Katherine Wentworth pulled with Charlie's birth certificate. J.R. and Miss Ellie argue over Jock's
portrait which she eventually takes down.

8.10 (171) Dallas: CHARLIE
30Nov84 CBS/ prod. no. 173110
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)
Patrick Duffy, Linda Gray, Larry Hagman, Susan Howard, Steve Kanaly, Howard Keel
Ken Kercheval, Priscilla Beaulieu Presley, Victoria Principal, Donna Reed, Charlene Tilton.
Special Guest Star: (opening credits)
Christopher Atkins (as Peter Richards)
Also Starring: (opening credits)
Deborah Shelton, Jenilee Harrison
*
Special Guest Star: (end credits)
Daniel Pilon
Guest Stars:
William Smithers, Shalane McCall, Michael Alldredge
And:
Fredric Lehne as Eddie Cronin
Co-Starring:
Sherril Lynn Rettino, Danone Simpson,
With:
Anne C. Lucas, Sean McGraw, Bob Ginnavin, Lacy Wayne, Suzannah Williams, Shannon Davidson
Synopsis:
Miss Ellie gets suspicious about Lucy being away from home so often. Clayton finds Jock's portrait gone from Southfork. Bobby and Jenna fear
that Marchetta will tell Charlie he's her father. Pam has a new hope of finding Mark after a piece of the plane is found. J.R. and Wendell discuss
doing business together. Cliff is upset to learn that Sly is on a leave of absence. Bobby confronts Marchetta. Charlie learns about Marchetta and
disappears. Marchetta denies having taken Charlie. J.R. introduces himself to Mandy Winger. Cliff asks Mandy to meet with J.R. for him. Eddie and
Lucy have a fight after he tells her that he knows she's a Ewing. Lucy tells Clayton he's not her grandfather. Ray finds Charlie. Pamela is convinced
that Mark Graison survived the crash.

8.11 (172) Dallas: BARBECUE FIVE
7Dec84 CBS / prod. no. 173111
Executive Producer: Philip Capice / Produced by Leonard Katzman
Written by Arthur Bernard Lewis
Directed by Gwen Arner
Director of Photography: Robert Caramico, A.S.C.
*
Starring In Alphabetical Order: (faces on opening credits)
Patrick Duffy, Linda Gray, Larry Hagman, Susan Howard, Steve Kanaly, Howard Keel
Ken Kercheval, Priscilla Beaulieu Presley, Victoria Principal, Donna Reed, Charlene Tilton.
Special Guest Star: (opening credits)
Christopher Atkins (as Peter Richards)(exit)
Also Starring: (opening credits)
Deborah Shelton, Jenilee Harrison
*
Special Guest Star: (end credits)
Daniel Pilon
Guest Stars:
William Smithers, Barry Jenner, Ronnie Claire Edwards, Fern Fitzgerald, Shalane McCall, Omri Katz
And:
Fredric Lehne as Eddie Cronin
Co-Starring:
Deborah Tranelli, Danone Simpson, Bryan Bourg.
With:
Eric Farlow, Donald Snell, Ben January, Sandra Gilpin, Marina Rice, Tom Key
Synopsis:
Jamie starts working at Ewing Oil. Jerry Kenderson tries to talk Pamela out of pursuing Mark's "trail." Jenna thinks Charlie should meet her father.
Cliff uses Mandy Winger to spy on J.R. Pam consults a psychic. Mandy tries to press J.R. for information on his deals with Wendell. J.R. is upset to
learn that Sue Ellen bought Jamie a car. Bobby gets nervous when Jenna and Charlie meet with Marchetta. Pam tells Miss Ellie about her renewed hopes for
finding Mark. Lucy and Eddie Cronin reconcile. Marchetta tells Jenna that he will remarry her. Marilee Stone and Jamie make a scene at the Ewing barbecue.
Ray and Donna argue over Donna's oil company. Miss Ellie meets Eddie Cronin. Jamie presents a document challenging the legal status quo of Ewing Oil.

8.12 (173) Dallas: DO YOU TAKE THIS WOMAN...
14Dec84 CBS / prod. no. 173112
Executive Producer: Philip Capice / Produced by Leonard Katzman
Written by Leonard Katzman
Directed by Gwen Arner
Director of Photography: Robert Caramico, A.S.C.
*
Starring In Alphabetical Order: (faces on opening credits)
Patrick Duffy, Linda Gray, Larry Hagman, Susan Howard, Steve Kanaly, Howard Keel
Ken Kercheval, Priscilla Beaulieu Presley, Victoria Principal, Donna Reed, Charlene Tilton.
Special Guest Star: (opening credits)
(NOT Christopher Atkins)
Also Starring: (opening credits)
Deborah Shelton, Jenilee Harrison
*
Special Guest Stars: (end credits)
Daniel Pilon
Guest Stars:
George O.Petrie, William Smithers, Shalane McCall, Madison Mason
And:
Fredric Lehne as Eddie Cronin
Co-Starring:
Deborah Tranelli, Sherril Lynn Rettino, Danone Simpson, Corlis Collins
With:
Eric Farlow, Roseanna Christiansen, LaGena Lookabill, Gary Mitchell Gram, John Elliott, Cindy Padula,
Warren Farlow, Lyn Odom, Gloria Hocking, Tony Morris, Marina Rice, Howard Fisher.
Synopsis:
J.R. wants to throw Jamie out of Southfork. Sue Ellen volunteers to talk to Jamie while the Ewings debate what to do about her document. Marchetta
gives Charlie a gift from his mother. Pamela hires an investigator to search for Mark Graison in clinics in different countries. Cliff tries to
get Jamie to show him the document. Harv Smithfield warns J.R. what will happen if Jamie's document holds up in court. Pam puts up an ad in the
paper asking for information about Mark. Charlie disappears and Jenna doesn't show up for the wedding.

8.13 (174) Dallas: DEJA VU
21Dec84 CBS / prod. no. 173113
Executive Producer: Philip Capice / Produced by Leonard Katzman
Written by David Paulsen
Directed by Leonard Katzman
Director of Photography: Robert Caramico, A.S.C.
*
Starring In Alphabetical Order: (faces on opening credits)
Patrick Duffy, Linda Gray, Larry Hagman, Susan Howard, Steve Kanaly, Howard Keel
Ken Kercheval, Priscilla Beaulieu Presley, Victoria Principal, Donna Reed, Charlene Tilton.
Also Starring: (opening credits)
Deborah Shelton, Jenilee Harrison
*
Special Guest Star: (end credits)
Daniel Pilon
Guest Stars:
James Cromwell, Shalane McCall, Burke Burnes, Sarah Cunningham
And:
Fredric Lehne as Eddie Cronin
Co-Starring:
Ted Toll, Deborah Tranelli, Sherril Lynn Rettino, Danone Simpson, Lou Felder, Mark Tymchyshym
With:
Kirk Scott, John Lasell, Dorothy Dells, Eve Muller, Richard Molnar, Lynn Odom, Michael Downing, Lillian Prather, Beth Larsen, Howard Fisher.
Synopsis:
The bride doesn't show up so the wedding between Bobby and Jenna is off. Cliff travels to Aunt Maggie's with Mandy Winger. J.R. and Bobby try to
find Jenna and Marchetta (Daniel Pilon). J.R. fears that Pam might come back into Bobby's life. J.R. and Cliff work together to keep Bobby and Pam apart.
Bobby tries to understand why Jenna ran out on him again. J.R. plots to keep Pam out of Dallas. Marchetta reveals to Jenna his plan involving her and
Charlie. Pam decides to travel to the Caribbean to search for Mark Graison. Cliff changes his strategy on Pam's wild-goose chase of Mark. Bobby finds
Jenna with Marchetta and learns the shocking truth.

8.14 (175) Dallas: ODD MAN OUT
28Dec84 CBS / prod. no. 173114
Executive Producer: Philip Capice / Produced by Leonard Katzman
Written by Arthur Bernard Lewis
Directed by Larry Hagman
Director of Photography: Robert Caramico, A.S.C.
*
Starring In Alphabetical Order: (faces on opening credits)
Patrick Duffy, Linda Gray, Larry Hagman, Susan Howard, Steve Kanaly, Howard Keel
Ken Kercheval, Priscilla Beaulieu Presley, Victoria Principal, Donna Reed, Charlene Tilton.
Also Starring: (opening credits)
Deborah Shelton, Jenilee Harrison
*
Special Guest Star: (end credits)
Daniel Pion
Guest Stars:
Michael McRae, Omri Katz, Tom Fuccello, Burke Byrnes
And:
Fredric Lehne as Eddie Cronin
Co-Starring:
Deborah Tranelli, Danone Simpson, Mary Betten
With:
Pat Colbert, Timothy J. Cutt, Anne C. Lucas, Don Banning, Gail Cameron, Gilles Kohler, Eric Farlow
Synopsis:
J.R. continues to see Mandy Winger. Bobby drinks to forget what happened with Jenna Wade. Marchetta holds Jenna against her will. Clayton and Miss
Ellie argue over her handling of Bobby's crisis. J.R. tries to poison Bobby's mind against Pam. Lucy continues to date Eddie Cronin. Donna can't
find anything in Sam Culver's files concerning Jamie's document. Pam travels to the Caribbean to search for Mark. J.R. tries to find Jenna but
Bobby wants to forget her. Ray and Donna consult Dave Culver about Jamie's document. Pam is convinced that Mark is alive. J.R. pressures Jamie to
destroy her document. Marchetta is murdered and police find Jenna with his body.

8.15 (176) Dallas: LOCKUP IN LAREDO
4Jan85 CBS / prod. no. 117115
Executive Producer: Philip Capice / Produced by Leonard Katzman
Written by David Paulsen
Directed by Patrick Duffy
Director of Photography: Robert Caramico, A.S.C.
*
Starring In Alphabetical Order: (faces on opening credits)
Patrick Duffy, Linda Gray, Larry Hagman, Susan Howard, Steve Kanaly, Howard Keel
Ken Kercheval, Priscilla Beaulieu Presley, Victoria Principal, Donna Reed, Charlene Tilton.
Also Starring: (opening credits)
Deborah Shelton, Jenilee Harrison
*
Special Guest Star: (end credits)
Stephen Elliott
Guest Stars:
James Cromwell, Omri Katz, Stephanie Blackmore, Val De Vargas, Beau Billingslea
And:
Fredric Lehne as Eddie Cronin
Co-Starring:
Sherril Lynn Retino, Joe Nesnow
With:
Vince McKewin, Roseanna Christiansen, Leslie Rivers, Frank Pangborn, Antony Henderson, Sid Conrad, George H. Derby, Julie Rhodes, Eric Farlow.
Synopsis:
Jenna is arrested for the murder of Marchetta. Pam decides to go on to Jamaica to look for Mark Graison. Bobby learns why Jenna couldn't marry him.
Scotty Demarest (Stephen Elliot) is hired to represent Jenna. Lucy and Eddie discuss starting a construction business. Jenna pleads not guilty and
is denied bail. Bobby has a hard time getting Jenna out of jail. Bobby tries to locate Charlie with Scotty's help. Donna and Ray embark upon going
through Sam Culver's papers. Jamie sees J.R. with Serena and uses that against him in front of Sue Ellen. J.R. plots to take Mandy away from
Cliff. Mandy tells Cliff that J.R. has more class. J.R. has a confrontation with Jamie who threatens to use her document.

8.16 (177) Dallas: WINDS OF WAR
11Jan85 CBS / prod. no. 173116
Executive Producer: Philip Capice / Produced by Leonard Katzman
Written by Leonard Katzman
Directed by Leonard Katzman
Director of Photography: Robert Caramico, A.S.C.
*
Starring In Alphabetical Order: (faces on opening credits)
Patrick Duffy, Linda Gray, Larry Hagman, Susan Howard, Steve Kanaly, Howard Keel
Ken Kercheval, Priscilla Beaulieu Presley, Victoria Principal, Donna Reed, Charlene Tilton.
Also Starring: (opening credits)
Deborah Shelton, Jenilee Harrison
*
Special Guest Star: (end credits)
Stephen Elliott
Guest Stars:
Gail Strickland, George O. Petrie, Shalane McCall, Omri Katz
And:
Fredric Lehne as Eddie Cronin
Co-Starring:
Sherril Lynn Rettino, Danone Simpson
With:
Anne C. Lucas, Eric Farlow
Synopsis:
Jamie leaves Southfork, to J.R.'s delight. Clayton warns J.R. that Jamie will use her document against him. Jenna Wade's fingerprints are found on
the murder weapon. J.R. tries to "explain" the incident with Serena to Sue Ellen. Jenna gets more nervous about finding Charlie. Cliff wants to find
Jamie. Lucy and Eddie sign the papers on their construction partnership. Bobby is contacted by a woman claiming to have Charlie. Mandy Winger feels
unhappy being with Cliff. Pam returns from her fruitless search for Mark Graison but doesn't give up. Donna and Ray bring some news about Jamie's
document which gets J.R. worried. J.R. tells Mandy that Jamie's document is fake. J.R. wants to spend more time with Mandy. Jamie says good-bye to Sue
Ellen who almost turns to the bottle again. After the argument with Jamie, Sue Ellen takes a fresh look at her life. Bobby gets Charlie released.
Cliff and Jamie team up against J.R. and Bobby.

8.17 (178) Dallas: BAIL OUT
25Jan85 CBS / prod. no. 173117
Executive Producer: Philip Capice / Produced by Leonard Katzman
Written by David Paulsen
Directed by Michael Preece
Director of Photography: Robert Caramico, A.S.C.
*
Starring In Alphabetical Order: (faces on opening credits)
Patrick Duffy, Linda Gray, Larry Hagman, Susan Howard, Steve Kanaly, Howard Keel
Ken Kercheval, Priscilla Beaulieu Presley, Victoria Principal, Donna Reed, Charlene Tilton.
Also Starring: (opening credits)
Deborah Shelton, Jenilee Harrison
*
Special Guest Star: (end credits)
Stephen Elliott
Guest Stars:
James Cromwell, George O. Petrie, Shalane McCall, Dean Santoro, Clyde Kusatsu, Val De Vargas, Burke Byrnes, Beau Billingslea
And:
Fredric Lehne as Eddie Cronin
Co-Starring:
Deborah Tranelli, Sherril Lynn Rettino, Danone Simpson, Joe Nesnow
With:
Pat Colbert, Roseanna Christiansen, Anne C.Lucas
Synopsis:
Bobby takes care of Charlie Wade after she is released by Veronica. Miss Ellie fears that Ewing Oil will fall into the hands of outsiders if Jamie
succeeds. Jamie and Cliff hire a lawyer to examine their claim to Ewing Oil. Pam learns that Mark Graison has been seen in Hong Kong. Cliff makes a
scene at Ewing Oil in front of J.R., Clayton, Donna, Ray, and Harv Smithfield. Mandy has a fight with Cliff and turns to J.R. Jenna is
released on bail and reunites with Charlie. Jenna doesn't want a wedding until the trial is over. Pam meets Jamie Ewing. Pam refuses to join Cliff
and Jamie in their legal fight for Ewing Oil. Bobby and J.R. unite against Cliff and Jamie. Pam tells Bobby she has fantasies about them being
together. Sue Ellen warns Jenna against Bobby's "real side." Pam tells Bobby the real reason why she wanted to marry Mark. Pam is furious upon
learning who plotted to send her on the wild-goose chase to the Caribbean.

8.18 (179) Dallas: LEGACY OF HATE
1Feb85 CBS / prod. no. 173118
Executive Producer: Philip Capice / Produced by Leonard Katzman
Written by Arthur Bernard Lewis
Directed by Robert Becker
Director of Photography: Robert Caramico, A.S.C.
*
Starring In Alphabetical Order: (faces on opening credits)
Patrick Duffy, Linda Gray, Larry Hagman, Susan Howard, Steve Kanaly, Howard Keel
Ken Kercheval, Priscilla Beaulieu Presley, Victoria Principal, Donna Reed, Charlene Tilton.
Special Guest Star: (opening credits)
Christopher Atkins (as Peter Richards)
Also Starring: (opening credits)
Deborah Shelton, Jenilee Harrison
*
Special Guest Star: (end credits)
Stephen Elliott
Guest Stars:
George O. Petrie, Kathleen York, Morgan Woodward, Rosemary Forsyth, Dean Santoro, Burke Byrnes
And:
Fredric Lehne as Eddie Cronin
Co-Starring:
Deborah Tranelli, Sherril Lynn Rettino, Danone Simpson
With:
Larry Cedar, Roseanna Christiansen, Sarah Partridge, Lise Cutter, Eric Farlow
Synopsis:
Pam confronts J.R. about her Caribbean trip and joins Jamie and Cliff in the legal battle for Ewing Oil. Jenna can't wait to marry Bobby. Facing
problems at Ewing Oil, J.R. opens up to Sue Ellen. Mandy Winger resents Jamie being with Cliff so much. Veronica's sister tells the story of
Renaldo. Clayton tries to talk Jamie out of going ahead with the lawsuit. Bobby violently confronts J.R. about Pam's pointless search for Mark. Eddie
Cronin and his girlfriend Betty are after Lucy's money. Mandy walks out on Cliff. Punk helps J.R. and Bobby locate witnesses from the 1930s. Miss
Ellie urges Sue Ellen to stand by J.R. in the upcoming battle for control of Ewing Oil. Cliff and Jamie start their lawsuit and try to get an
injunction to freeze Ewing Oil's assets.

8.19 (180) Dallas: SINS OF THE FATHERS (aka "Sins of the Father" - singular - copyright title)
8Feb85 CBS / prod. no. 173119
Executive Producer: Philip Capice / Produced by Leonard Katzman
Written by Leonard Katzman
Directed by Larry Hagman
Director of Photography: Robert Caramico, A.S.C.
*
Starring In Alphabetical Order: (faces on opening credits)
Patrick Duffy, Linda Gray, Larry Hagman, Susan Howard, Steve Kanaly, Howard Keel
Ken Kercheval, Priscilla Beaulieu Presley, Victoria Principal, Donna Reed, Charlene Tilton.
Also Starring: (opening credits)
Deborah Shelton, Jenilee Harrison
*
Special Guest Star: (end credits)
Stephen Elliott
Guest Stars:
Kathleen York, George O. Petrie, Eddie Firestone, Shalane McCall, Omri Katz,
John Carter, Harvey Vernon, Dean Santoro, Beau Billingslea

And:
Fredric Lehne as Eddie Cronin
Co-Starring:
Danone Simpson
With:
Anne C. Lucas, Roseanna Christiansen, Pat Colbert, Tony Romano, Steve Jones, Sherril Lynn Rettino
Synopsis:
Pamela defends Bobby against Cliff's accusations. Ray dislikes Cliff Barnes and defends Jock's memory in the face of Cliff and Jamie's lawsuit. Pam has
a fight with Bobby over who was behind her pointless Caribbean trip. J.R. wants to see Mandy more often. Cliff and Jamie get a temporary injunction
against Ewing Oil but the victory is very short-lived. Cliff denies his involvement in Pam's search for Mark in the Caribbean. Mandy leaves Cliff.
Jenna Wade's case is not getting any stronger before the trial and she fears she may go to prison. J.R. and Ray locate the roughneck from the old
picture. Lucy and Eddie's construction project starts. The roughneck comes up with shocking evidence concerning Jock, Digger, and Jason, and the
Ewings are stunned.

8.20 (181) Dallas: THE BROTHERS EWING
15Feb85 CBS / prod. no. 173120
Executive Producer: Philip Capice / Produced by Leonard Katzman
Written by David Paulsen
Directed by Patrick Duffy
Director of Photography: Robert Caramico, A.S.C.
*
Starring In Alphabetical Order: (faces on opening credits)
Patrick Duffy, Linda Gray, Larry Hagman, Susan Howard, Steve Kanaly, Howard Keel
Ken Kercheval, Priscilla Beaulieu Presley, Victoria Principal, Donna Reed, Charlene Tilton.
Also Starring: (opening credits)
Deborah Shelton, Jenilee Harrison
*
Special Guest Star: (end credits)
Stephen Elliott
Guest Stars:
Eddie Firestone, Kathleen York, Omri Katz, John Carter
And:
Fredric Lehne as Eddie Cronin
Co-Starring:
Sherril Lynn Rettino, Danone Simpson
With:
Pat Colbert, Mary Armstrong, Eric Farlow
Synopsis:
Clayton has a fight with J.R. over the meeting with Cliff and the roughneck. Before Jenna's trial, kids at school make problems for Charlie.
Sue Ellen refuses to give J.R. emotional support in the fight for Ewing Oil. Ray, J.R., and Bobby unite against Cliff and Jamie. J.R. plots to
purchase wasteland in case Cliff gets his hands on Ewing Oil. Mandy disappears from J.R.'s life. The Ewing brothers debate what to do to stop
Cliff and Jamie. Donna is worried over Ray's involvement in the fight for Ewing Oil. Sue Ellen agrees to accompany Pam to Hong Kong in search of Mark
Graison. Lucy and Eddie's construction business moves along. Ray, J.R., and Bobby ask Clayton for help in protecting Ewing Oil against Cliff and Jamie.
Miss Ellie sides with Clayton against her children.

8.21 (182) Dallas: SHATTERED DREAMS
22Feb85 CBS / prod. no. 173121
Executive Producer: Philip Capice / Produced by Leonard Katzman
Written by Arthur Bernard Lewis
Directed by Nick Havinga
Director of Photography: Robert Caramico, A.S.C.
*
Starring In Alphabetical Order: (faces on opening credits)
Patrick Duffy, Linda Gray, Larry Hagman, Susan Howard, Steve Kanaly, Howard Keel
Ken Kercheval, Priscilla Beaulieu Presley, Victoria Principal, Donna Reed, Charlene Tilton.
Also Starring: (opening credits)
Deborah Shelton, Jenilee Harrison
*
Special Guest Star: (end credits)
Stephen Elliott
Guest Stars:
Gail Strickland, Kathleen York, Don Starr, Omri Katz, Erik Holland
And:
Fredric Lehne as Eddie Cronin
Co-Starring:
Sherril Lynn Rettino, Danone Simpson
With:
Wayne Armstrong, Louis R. Plante, Roseanna Christiansen, Max Thayer, Cis Rundle, Christopher Kriesa,
Philip Kahn, Bruce Baron, Margaret Ma, Joey Sheck, Eric Farlow.
Synopsis:
J.R. confides in Mandy and tries to get Cliff out of her life. Miss Ellie vows to stay at Southfork with Clayton through the troubled times. Donna
argues with Ray over his involvement in the fight for Ewing Oil. Veronica Robinson contacts Bobby. On her way to Hong-Kong, Pam feels she's still
attached to Bobby. Cliff tries to figure a way to make sure Jamie stays on his side. The venue of Jenna's trial is changed to Dallas. Lucy learns she's
been sharing Eddie with his girlfriend Betty. Cliff offers Jamie a job. J.R.'s plan to win over Mandy backfires. Lucy confronts Eddie and tells him off.
Pam gets her hopes up for finding Mark in Hong-Kong. Clayton proposes a truce to Ray. Veronica is found dead and Jenna's hopes are shattered again.

8.22 (183) Dallas: DEAD ENDS
1Mar85 CBS / prod. no. 173122
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)
Patrick Duffy, Linda Gray, Larry Hagman, Susan Howard, Steve Kanaly, Howard Keel
Ken Kercheval, Priscilla Beaulieu Presley, Victoria Principal, Donna Reed, Charlene Tilton.
Also Starring: (opening credits)
Deborah Shelton, Jenilee Harrison
*
Special Guest Star: (end credits)
Stephen Elliott
Guest Stars:
Fern Fitzgerald, Debbie Rennard, Don Starr, Burke Byrnes, Sam Anderson, Dean Santoro, Ben Cooper, Erik Holland
And:
Fredric Lehne as Eddie Cronin
Co-Starring:
Deborah Tranelli, Sherril Lynn Rettino
With:
Pat Colbert, Anne C. Lucas, Roseanna Christainsen, Nora Masterson, Philip Chan, Sam Lam, David Price.
Synopsis:
Bobby refuses to believe that Veronica died of natural causes. Barnes/Wentworth hires Jamie as a drilling expert. Ray and J.R. investigate Jason
Ewing's past. In Hong Kong, Pam suspects J.R. may be behind her trip. Cliff tries to rush his lawyer in the lawsuit against the Ewings. Police
say Veronica died of a drug overdose. J.R. wants to have a fresh start with Mandy. Despite an initial setback, Pam is determined to find Mark in Hong
Kong. Cliff tries to get closer to Jamie. Ray explains to Donna his reasons for siding with J.R. Sly Lovegren returns to Ewing Oil. Bobby and Jenna
locate a man from Veronica's flight. Marilee Stone makes up with Jamie. Cliff insults Mandy and gets a punch from J.R. Pam is disappointed in Hong Kong.

8.23 (184) Dallas: TRIAL AND ERROR
8Mar85 CBS / prod. no. 173123
Executive Producer: Philip Capice / Produced by Leonard Katzman
Written by David Paulsen
Directed by Larry Hagman
Director of Photography: Robert Caramico, A.S.C.
*
Starring In Alphabetical Order: (faces on opening credits)
Patrick Duffy, Linda Gray, Larry Hagman, Susan Howard, Steve Kanaly, Howard Keel
Ken Kercheval, Priscilla Beaulieu Presley, Victoria Principal, Donna Reed, Charlene Tilton.
Also Starring: (opening credits)
Deborah Shelton, Jenilee Harrison
*
Special Guest Star: (end credits)
Stephen Elliott
Guest Stars:
Rosemary Forsyth, Virginia Kiser, Allan Miller, Shalane McCall, Don Starr, Debbie Rennard, Dave Shelley
(NO Co-Starring:)
With: Pat Colbert, James Edgcomb, Timothy J. Cutt, Wesley Thompson, Sam Lam,
Heidi Hagman, Philip Chan, Don Banning, Tom McCoy, Eric Farlow.
Synopsis:
Sue Ellen consoles Pam in Hong-Kong after her dreams of finding Mark Graison are shattered. Mandy Winger fears a deeper involvement with J.R.
Christopher misses Pamela and is consoled by Bobby. Ray and Donna Krebbs have a big fight after she strikes oil. Pam continues to suspect that J.R.
is behind her Hong-Kong trip. J.R. is seriously worried that Jenna Wade may go to prison and he wants to keep Bobby and Pamela apart. Bobby is forced
to testify at Jenna's trial. Donna and Ray have serious marital problems and she moves into Southfork. Veronica's sister refuses to testify at
Jenna's trial. Pam accepts that Mark is dead.

8.24 (185) Dallas: THE VERDICT
15Mar85 CBS / prod. no. 173124
Executive Producer: Philip Capice / Produced by Leonard Katzman
Written by David Paulsen
Directed by Patrick Duffy
Director of Photography: Robert Caramico, A.S.C.
*
Starring In Alphabetical Order: (faces on opening credits)
Patrick Duffy, Linda Gray, Larry Hagman, Susan Howard, Steve Kanaly, Howard Keel
Ken Kercheval, Priscilla Beaulieu Presley, Victoria Principal, Donna Reed, Charlene Tilton.
Also Starring: (opening credits)
Deborah Shelton, Jenilee Harrison
*
Special Guest Star: (end credits)
Stephen Elliott
Guest Stars:
Rosemary Forsyth, Allan Miller, Barbara Rhoades, Michelle Johnson, Virginia Kiser,
Nicholas Pryor, Omri Katz, Debbie Rennard, Bill Morey, Victor Campos, Conroy Gedeon

Co-Starring:
Sherril Lynn Rettino, William Edward Phipps.
With:
Pat Colbert, Wesley Thompson, Heidi Hagman, Roseanna Christiansen, Anne C. Lucas, Nanci Hammond, Eric Farlow.
Synopsis:
Pam and Sue Ellen decide to stop over on the way from Hong-Kong. Ewing 17 is shut down for contaminating drinking water and J.R. plots to set up the
head of the Texas Energy Commission. Bobby pressures Veronica's sister Anne to testify for Jenna. Ray wants Donna back home. Anne cooperates with Bobby
to some extent. Pam and Sue Ellen return to Dallas. Miss Ellie gets a breakdown at the trial. Bobby tries to console Pam but Jenna is upset seeing
them together upclose. Mandy refuses to continue to see J.R. as long as he remains married to Sue Ellen. A verdict is pronounced in Jenna's murder trial.

8.25 (186) Dallas: SENTENCES
29Mar85 CBS / prod. no. 173125
Executive Producer: Philip Capice / Produced by Leonard Katzman
Written by Arthur Bernard Lewis
Directed by Michael Preece
Director of Photography: Robert Caramico, A.S.C.
*
Starring In Alphabetical Order: (faces on opening credits)
Patrick Duffy, Linda Gray, Larry Hagman, Susan Howard, Steve Kanaly, Howard Keel
Ken Kercheval, Priscilla Beaulieu Presley, Victoria Principal, Donna Reed, Charlene Tilton.
Also Starring: (opening credits)
Deborah Shelton, Jenilee Harrison
*
Special Guest Star: (end credits)
Stephen Elliott
Guest Stars:
Virginia Kiser, Allan Miller, Nicholas Pryor, Shalane McCall, Laura Malone, Fern Fitzgerald, Marj Dusay, Debbie Rennard, Dean Santoro
And:
Fredric Lehne as Eddie Cronin (exit)
Co-Starring:
Sherril Lynn Rettino, Deborah, Tranelli,
With:
Carole Kean, Anne C. Lucas, James Lough, Mary Armstrong, Heidi Hagman, Pat Colbert, Jack Lightsy, Eric Farlow
Synopsis:
J.R. blackmails the head of the Texas Energy Commission. Pam tells Cliff that she finally accepted Mark Graison's death. Charlie has a tough life,
with her father dead and her mother found guilty of manslaughter. Pam consoles Bobby after the verdict in Jenna's trial. Cliff and Jamie get a
lot closer. Bobby makes a shocking announcement in court during Jenna's sentencing. Jamie tells Sue Ellen about her and Cliff. Sue Ellen learns for
the first time about J.R. and Mandy Winger. Eddie and Lucy's partnership is dissolved and he leaves Dallas. Pam thinks Bobby lied to her about
Charlie's paternity. Sue Ellen confronts J.R. about Mandy and threatens divorce. A court date is set in Jamie and Cliff's lawsuit against the
Ewings. J.R. has a surprise meeting with Pam about her, Bobby, and the future. Bobby and Scotty Demarest question a stewardess about Veronica. Ray
advises Lucy to contact Mitch. J.R. succeeds in manipulating the Texas Energy Commission's head into making trouble for Cliff's Gold Canyon 340.
In prison, Jenna makes a surprise announcement to a shocked Bobby.

8.26 (187) Dallas: TERMS OF ESTRANGEMENT
12Apr85 CBS / prod. no. 173126
Executive Producer: Philip Capice / Produced by Leonard Katzman
Written by Peter Dunne
Directed by Alexander Singer
Director of Photography: Robert Caramico, A.S.C.
*
Starring In Alphabetical Order: (faces on opening credits)
Patrick Duffy, Linda Gray, Larry Hagman, Susan Howard, Steve Kanaly, Howard Keel
Ken Kercheval, Priscilla Beaulieu Presley, Victoria Principal, Donna Reed, Charlene Tilton.
Also Starring: (opening credits)
Deborah Shelton, Jenilee Harrison, Dack Rambo (entry)
*
Special Guest Star: (end credits)
(NOT Stephen Elliott)
Guest Stars:
Gail Strickland, Lyman Ward, Rod Arrants, Omri Katz, Stacy Keach, Sr., Ben Cooper, Debbie Rennard, Barry Sattels, Laura Malone
And:
Paul Gleason as Lt. Lee Spaulding (entry)
Co-Starring:
Buck Young, Sherril Lynn Rettino
With:
Pat Colbert, Tom McCoy, Anne C. Lucas, Roseanna Christiansen, Debisue Voorhees, Ted Richards, Brett Clark.
Synopsis:
J.R. plots to have Pam and Bobby get back together. Cliff fears his offshore operation may be shut down. The airline comes up with breakthrough
evidence in Jenna's case. J.R. is offered information on the lawsuit. Mandy Winger tells J.R. off. J.R. has an angry confrontation with Sue Ellen and
Clayton. Cliff proposes to Jamie. Sue Ellen and Donna wonder about "the curse of Ewing men." J.R. gets Bobby thinking about going back to Pam.
Jamie's brother Jack (Dack Rambo) appears and offers J.R. a deal. Jenna's case is reopened but Bobby faces a problem with Jenna herself. Lucy
succeeds in contacting Mitch.

8.27 (188) Dallas: THE EWING CONNECTION
19Apr85 CBS / prod. no. 173127
Executive Producer: Philip Capice / Produced by Leonard Katzman
Written by Arthur Bernard Lewis
Directed by Nick Havinga
Director of Photography: Robert Caramico, A.S.C.
*
Starring In Alphabetical Order: (faces on opening credits)
Patrick Duffy, Linda Gray, Larry Hagman, Susan Howard, Steve Kanaly, Howard Keel
Ken Kercheval, Priscilla Beaulieu Presley, Victoria Principal, Donna Reed, Charlene Tilton.
Also Starring: (opening credits)
(NOT Deborah Shelton), Jenilee Harrison, Leigh McCloskey (entry), Dack Rambo
*
Special Guest Star: (end credits)
(NOT Stephen Elliott)
Guest Stars:
Nicholas Pryor, George O. Petrie, Shalane McCall, Omri Katz, Barry Sattels, John Zaremba,
And:
Paul Gleason as Lt. Lee Spaulding
Co-Starring:
Sherril Lynn Rettino, Myra Turley, Harry Stephens, Susan Bjurman.
With:
Eric Farlow, Shirley Marchant, Trent Dolan, Roseanna Christiansen.
Synopsis:
J.R. tells Bobby and Ray about Jack's deal. Jamie is very upset after seeing Jack. Sue Ellen continues in her therapy group. Lucy meets with
Mitch in Atlanta. Jack reveals his deal to the Ewing brothers. Pam and Bobby reminisce about old times and kiss. Cliff's Gold Canyon 340 continues
to be shut down and Cliff is mad at the head of the Texas Energy Commission. John Ross has a medical emergency. Cliff tries to find Jack.
The Ewing brothers sign a deal with Jack Ewing. Cliff rushes his marriage to Jamie. Donna learns she's pregnant. Police spot a suspect who probably
killed Veronica. J.R. makes Sue Ellen feel guilty about John Ross' medical emergency and she turns to alcohol again.

8.28 (189) Dallas: DEEDS AND MISDEEDS
3May85 CBS / prod. no. 173128
Executive Producer: Philip Capice / Produced by Leonard Katzman
Written by David Paulsen
Directed by Michael Preece
Director of Photography: Robert Caramico, A.S.C.
*
Starring In Alphabetical Order: (faces on opening credits)
Patrick Duffy, Linda Gray, Larry Hagman, Susan Howard, Steve Kanaly, Howard Keel
Ken Kercheval, Priscilla Beaulieu Presley, Victoria Principal, Donna Reed, Charlene Tilton.
Also Starring: (opening credits)
Deborah Shelton, Jenilee Harrison, Leigh McCloskey, Dack Rambo
*
Special Guest Star: (end credits)
(NOT Stephen Elliott)
Guest Stars:
Susan French, John Larch, Shalane McCall, Omri Katz, Debbie Rennard, Don Starr.
And:
Paul Gleason as Lt. Lee Spaulding
Co-Starring:
Rance Howard, Cynthia Leake, Gregory Itzin, Sherril Lynn Rettino.
With:
Gene Ross, Alan McRae, Sarah Partridge, Roseanna Christiansen, Eric Farlow.
Synopsis:
Sue Ellen feels guilty over John Ross' operation and starts drinking again. Bobby and J.R. argue over Sue Ellen and the crisis with John Ross. Pam
helps Cliff sign a deal with Jordan Lee but has second thoughts immediately, after realizing that Cliff wants to defeat the Ewings. J.R. plots to have
Sue Ellen leave Southfork and replace her with Mandy Winger. The Ewing brothers get skeptical about Jack's promises. Police arrest a suspect in Jenna's
case. Cliff and Jamie get married. J.R., Bobby, Ray, and Jack travel to California to try and stop Cliff and Jamie's claim on Ewing Oil. Lucy visits
Mitch in Atlanta and is very proud of his position in the hospital. Lucy also briefly meets Mitch's girlfriend. Donna tells Clayton she's pregnant.
Clayton offers Donna his help in her problems with Ray. In California, the Ewing brothers learn they need to talk to Jock's first wife Amanda. Cliff
is very happy that his tract 340 pumps again. Pam suspects that Cliff doesn't really love Jamie. Amanda comes up with documents that may save Ewing Oil.

8.29 (190) Dallas: DELIVERANCE
10May85 CBS / prod. no. 173129
Executive Producer: Philip Capice / Produced by Leonard Katzman
Written by Peter Dunne
Directed by Nick Havinga
Director of Photography: Robert Caramico, A.S.C.
*
Starring In Alphabetical Order: (faces on opening credits)
Patrick Duffy, Linda Gray, Larry Hagman, Susan Howard, Steve Kanaly, Howard Keel
Ken Kercheval, Priscilla Beaulieu Presley, Victoria Principal, Donna Reed, Charlene Tilton.
Also Starring: (opening credits)
Jared Martin (as Dusty Farlow), Deborah Shelton (as Mandy Winger), Jenilee Harrison (as Jamie Ewing),
Leigh McCloskey (as Mitch Cooper), Dack Rambo (as Jack Ewing),
*
Special Guest Star: (end credits)
Daniel Pilon
Guest Stars:
George O. Petrie, John Larch, Rod Arrants, Shalane McCall, Dean Santoro,
Sam Anderson, Fern Fitzgerald, Debbie Rennard, Don Starr, Harvey Vernon

Co-Starring:
Sherril Lynn Rettino, Michael Canavan, Deborah Tranelli, Rhonda Shear.
With:
Roseanna Christiansen, Anne C. Lucas, Mary Armstrong, Robert Clarke, Gene Whittington, Pat Colbert, James Parkes, Eric Farlow.
Synopsis:
John Ross recovers after the surgery. Miss Ellie tells J.R. he should show Cliff the new evidence in the lawsuit. Police question the suspect in
Jenna's case. J.R. asks Cliff to drop the lawsuit. Bobby and Pam vow love for one another. Ray gets excited about nailing Cliff in court and Donna
doesn't like it. Donna conceals her pregnancy from Ray. The suspect confesses to having murdered Marchetta. Mitch asks Lucy to move in with
him. The Ewings win the case against Cliff and Jamie. J.R. promises Mandy Winger to put Sue Ellen away into "the hands of professional medical help."
Jenna is released and the Ewings throw a big victory party.

8.30 (191) Dallas: SWAN SONG (season 8 finale)
17May85 CBS / prod. no. 173130
Executive Producer: Philip Capice / Produced by Leonard Katzman
Written by Leonard Katzman
Directed by Leonard Katzman
Director of Photography: Robert Caramico, A.S.C.
*
Starring In Alphabetical Order: (faces on opening credits)
Patrick Duffy, Linda Gray, Larry Hagman, Susan Howard, Steve Kanaly, Howard Keel
Ken Kercheval, Priscilla Beaulieu Presley, Victoria Principal, Donna Reed (exit), Charlene Tilton (exit).
Also Starring: (opening credits)
Jared Martin (as Dusty Farlow), Deborah Shelton (as Mandy Winger), Jenilee Harrison (as Jamie Ewing),
Leigh McCloskey (as Mitch Cooper), Dack Rambo (as Jack Ewing),
*
(end credits-not verified)
Synopsis:
Sue Ellen gets drunk at the Ewing victory party. Donna tells Ray about her pregnancy. J.R. reassures Mandy Winger that the problem with Sue Ellen will
be resolved. Jenna can't wait to get married and Bobby is confused about who he should marry. Sue Ellen assures Clayton and Miss Ellie that she
stopped drinking. Mitch and Lucy remarry. Cliff considers an annulment of his marriage to Jamie. Dusty reappears. Pam tells Bobby he has to marry
Jenna. J.R. asks Sue Ellen to agree to end their marriage. Bobby proposes to Pam. Jamie surprises Cliff during their conversation about annulment.
Sudden tragedy strikes Bobby.

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