CTVA US Drama - "Dallas" Season 10 (1986-87)

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Season 10 (The Return of Patrick Duffy) (1986-87)
Episode Guide compiled by The Classic TV Archive
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 CBS Fridays 9:00-10:00pm Eastern
Lorimar-Telepictures production
Exec Prod: Leonard Katzman / Sup. Prod: Calvin Clements, Jr. / Produced by David Paulsen / Assoc. Producer: Cliff Fenneman
Filmed at MGM studios and on location in Texas
prod. nos. 175101 to 175128

10.1 (223) Dallas: RETURN TO CAMELOT, Part 1
26-Sep-1986 CBS / prod. no. 175101
Exec Prod: Leonard Katzman / Sup. Prod: Calvin Clements, Jr. / Produced by David Paulsen / Assoc. Producer: Cliff Fenneman
Written by Leonard Katzman & Mitchell Wayne Katzman
Directed by Leonard Katzman
Director of Photography: Robert Caramico, A.S.C.
*
Starring In Alphabetical Order: (opening titles)
Barbara Bel Geddes, Patrick Duffy (returns), Linda Gray, Larry Hagman, Susan Howard, Steve Kanaly, Howard Keel, Ken Kercheval,
Priscilla Beaulieu Presley, Victoria Principal, Dack Rambo
Also Starring: (opening titles)
Deborah Shelton (as Mandy Winger), Jenilee Harrison (as Jamie Ewing Barnes)
*
(end credits)
Guest Stars:
Shalane McCall, Deborah Rennard, Don Starr, Joshua Harris
And: Fern Fitzgerald (as Marilee Stone)
Co-Starring:
Deborah Tranelli, Sherril Lynn Rettino, Danone Simpson, Roy Jenson, Joe Bonny, Glen Lee
Featuring:
Ben January, Robert Holton, Gregg Howard, Tony Garcia, Hub Baker
Synopsis:
As Bobby emerges from the shower in Pam's house, she discovers how very long her dream was and she can't believe he's not
dead. J.R. makes a promise to Mandy to get Sue Ellen off Southfork. Ewing Oil and other companies face a crisis caused by
OPEC policies. Ray wants to start his own business. Pam and Bobby go ahead with their plan to remarry, which makes J.R. and
Cliff angry. Cliff steals a business idea from Jamie and then presents it as his own. J.R. tells Bobby that they need to get rid of Jack.

10.2 (224) Dallas: RETURN TO CAMELOT, Part 2
26-Sep-1986 CBS / prod. no. 175101
Exec Prod: Leonard Katzman / Sup. Prod: Calvin Clements, Jr. / Produced by David Paulsen / Assoc. Producer: Cliff Fenneman
Written by Leonard Katzman & Mitchell Wayne Katzman
Directed by Leonard Katzman
Director of Photography: Robert Caramico, A.S.C.
*
Starring In Alphabetical Order: (opening titles)
Barbara Bel Geddes, Patrick Duffy, Linda Gray, Larry Hagman, Susan Howard, Steve Kanaly, Howard Keel, Ken Kercheval,
Priscilla Beaulieu Presley, Victoria Principal, Dack Rambo
Also Starring: (opening titles)
Steve Forrest (as Wes Parmalee), Deborah Shelton (as Mandy Winger), Jenilee Harrison (as Jamie Ewing Barnes)
*
(end credits)
Guest Stars:
David White, Kristina Wayborn, Shalane McCall, Don Starr
And: Fern Fitzgerald (as Marilee Stone)
Co-Starring:
Deborah Tranelli, Sherril Lynn Rettino, Roseanna Christiansen
Featuring:
Pat Colbert, Anne C. Lucas, Woody Watson, Gaye Studebaker, Ben January, Robert Holton, Gregg Howard,
Starla Hagman, Blue Deckert, John L. Martin, Roy McAdams, Robert Anderson, Beau Leland, Angelia Pannell, Tamara Hext
Synopsis:
J.R. tries to talk Donna into taking up a lobbying position in Washington, and he endorses her at a public gathering. Ewing
12 is on fire after an explosion. Ray and Clayton hire Wes Parmalee (Steve Forrest). Mandy has another confrontation with
Sue Ellen over J.R. Jenna moves out of Southfork and has to face a disobedient Charlie. Sue Ellen hires a detective to spy
on J.R. and Mandy.

10.3 (225) Dallas: PARI PER SUE
3-Oct-1986 CBS / prod. no. 175102
Exec Prod: Leonard Katzman / Sup. Prod: Calvin Clements, Jr. / Produced by David Paulsen / Assoc. Producer: Cliff Fenneman
Written by David Paulsen
Directed by Michael Preece
Director of Photography: Robert Caramico, A.S.C.
*
Starring In Alphabetical Order: (opening titles)
Barbara Bel Geddes, Patrick Duffy, Linda Gray, Larry Hagman, Susan Howard, Steve Kanaly, Howard Keel, Ken Kercheval,
Priscilla Beaulieu Presley, Victoria Principal, Dack Rambo
Also Starring: (opening titles)
Steve Forrest (as Wes Parmalee), Deborah Shelton (as Mandy Winger), Jenilee Harrison (as Jamie Ewing Barnes)
*
(end credits)
Guest Stars:
George Coe, William Smithers, Derek McGrath, Deborah Rennard, Vernon Weddle, Joshua Harris
Co-Starring:
Deborah Tranelli, Sherril Lynn Rettino, Roseanna Christiansen, Danone Simpson
And: James L. Brown (as Harry McSween)
Featuring:
Pat Colbert, Anne C. Lucas, Woody Watson, Vanessa Tate, Sharon Bunn, Micahel Ross
Synopsis:
Jeremy Wendell extends a business offer to J.R. and Bobby. Donna and Cliff collaborate on the Washington lobbying effort.
Sue Ellen tells Miss Ellie that she's determined to learn to handle J.R. The detective follows Mandy. Cliff tells Jamie that
nothing works between them. J.R. tells Jack not to come to Southfork again. J.R. rescues Mandy who fears for her life. Wes
Parmalee questions Ray about his relations with the Southfork Ewings. J.R. and Bobby have a disagreement over field closings.
Cliff wants Jack's 10 percent of Ewing Oil. Ray and Donna discuss some fundamental differences between them. Sue Ellen buys
Valentines Lingerie. J.R. tries to come up with some solution to the very bad situation in the oil industry.

10.4 (226) Dallas: ONCE AND FUTURE KING
10Oct86 CBS / prod. no. 175103
Exec Prod: Leonard Katzman / Sup. Prod: Calvin Clements, Jr. / Produced by David Paulsen / Assoc. Producer: Cliff Fenneman
Written by Calvin Clements, Jr.
Directed by Leonard Katzman
Director of Photography: Robert Caramico, A.S.C.
*
Starring In Alphabetical Order: (opening titles)
Barbara Bel Geddes, Patrick Duffy, Linda Gray, Larry Hagman, Susan Howard, Steve Kanaly, Howard Keel, Ken Kercheval,
Priscilla Beaulieu Presley, Victoria Principal, Dack Rambo
Also Starring: (opening titles)
Steve Forrest (as Wes Parmalee), Deborah Shelton (as Mandy Winger), Jenilee Harrison (as Jamie Ewing Barnes)
*
(end credits)
Guest Stars:
Jim Haynie, Karen Carlson, Tom Fuccello, Shalane McCall, Joshua Harris, Deborah Rennard and Don Starr (as Jordan Lee)
And: Fern Fitzgerald (as Marilee Stone)
Co-Starring:
Deborah Tranelli, Sherril Lynn Rettino, Danone Simpson
And: James L. Brown (as Harry McSween)
Featuring:
Blue Deckert, Josef Rainer, Woody Watson, Lacy Wayne, Vince Davis, Bo Myers, Robert Holton, Ben January,
Gregg Howard, Jack Gallagher
Synopsis:
J.R. thinks that Cliff and Donna's lobbying effort is a waste of time, but Bobby publicly supports Donna. Jenna tells Pam
that she can't get over Bobby. Cliff offers Jack an incentive to sell his Ewing Oil shares to him in the future. J.R. has
his first confrontation with the detective who's been following Mandy. Ray spends time with Jenna and Charlie. Bobby asks
Ray to help Jenna in the new house. Bobby meets Wes Parmalee. Cliff and Jamie find that their marital differences are
widening. A woman named Mrs. Scottfield (Karen Carlson) asks Bobby a favor in connection with the recent explosion and fire,
and her husband's involvement in it. Miss Ellie has a feeling that she's met Wes Parmalee before. Sue Ellen wants Mandy to
be the Valentine girl. Ray tries to stop Donna from leaving for Washington. Bobby's intended help for Mrs. Scottfield comes too late
because tragedy strikes her husband. J.R. threatens the detective. Miss Ellie discovers some shocking items in Wes Parmalee's room.

10.5 (227) Dallas: ENIGMA
17Oct86 CBS / prod. no. 175104
Exec Prod: Leonard Katzman / Sup. Prod: Calvin Clements, Jr. / Produced by David Paulsen / Assoc. Producer: Cliff Fenneman
Written by Leah Markus
Directed by Michael Preece
Director of Photography: Robert Caramico, A.S.C.
*
Starring In Alphabetical Order: (opening titles)
Barbara Bel Geddes, Patrick Duffy, Linda Gray, Larry Hagman, Susan Howard, Steve Kanaly, Howard Keel, Ken Kercheval,
Priscilla Beaulieu Presley, Victoria Principal, Dack Rambo
Also Starring: (opening titles)
Steve Forrest (as Wes Parmalee), Deborah Shelton (as Mandy Winger), Jenilee Harrison (as Jamie Ewing Barnes)
*
(end credits)
Guest Stars:
George Coe, Morgan Woodward, Jim Haynie, Laurence Haddon, Deborah Rennard and Don Starr (as Jordan Lee)
Omri Katz, Joshua Harris

Co-Starring:
Deborah Tranelli, Sherril Lynn Rettino, Danone Simpson
Featuring:
Josef Rainer, Blue Deckert, Nik Hagler, Lacy Wayne, Tony Garcia, Michelle Cochran, Jan Dewitt, Lynette Gowrie
Synopsis:
Miss Ellie has a confrontation with Wes Parmalee and tells him to leave Southfork. J.R. confronts Sue Ellen about the
detective. J.R. tells Mandy they will have to keep a "low profile" in front of other people. Mandy decides to take the
Valentine girl assignment. Bobby and J.R. plan to expand Ewing Oil. Ray tries to learn the reason for Parmalee's mysterious
departure but Miss Ellie is uncooperative. Donna calls Ray from Washington and is surprised to hear Jenna on the phone.
Miss Ellie relives memories of Jock. J.R. decides to meet B.D. Calhoun. Wes Parmalee wants Ellie and Punk Anderson to believe
that he is Jock.

10.6 (228) Dallas: TROMPE L'OEIL
24Oct86 CBS / prod. no. 175105
Exec Prod: Leonard Katzman / Sup. Prod: Calvin Clements, Jr. / Produced by David Paulsen / Assoc. Producer: Cliff Fenneman
Written by David Paulsen
Directed by Michael Preece (on film) / Directed by Leonard Katzman (on copyright)
Director of Photography: Robert Caramico, A.S.C.
*
Starring In Alphabetical Order: (opening titles)
Barbara Bel Geddes, Patrick Duffy, Linda Gray, Larry Hagman, Susan Howard, Steve Kanaly, Howard Keel, Ken Kercheval,
Priscilla Beaulieu Presley, Victoria Principal, Dack Rambo
Also Starring: (opening titles)
Steve Forrest (as Wes Parmalee), Deborah Shelton (as Mandy Winger), Jenilee Harrison (as Jamie Ewing Barnes)
Sheree J. Wilson (as April Stevens)(entry)
*
(end credits)
Guest Stars:
Alice Hirson, George O'Petrie, Hunter Von Leer, Derek McGrath, Jim Haynie, Shalane McCall, Joshua Harris
Deborah Rennard and Don Starr (as Jordan Lee)
Co-Starring:
Deborah Tranelli, Sherril Lynn Rettino, Alan Jordan, Danone Simpson, Jack Mayhsll
Featuring:
Pat Colbert, Anne C. Lucas, Lorilyn Huckstep, Patrick Neil Quinn, Ben Jones, Jerry Biggs, Brent Anderson, Lance Ratliff,
Mark Witsken, Kelli Adams, Kerry Scott Knerr
Synopsis:
Punk Anderson is confused about whether Wes Parmalee could be Jock. J.R. meets B.D. Calhoun (Hunter von Leer) and explains
his plan to him. Ellie tells Wes Parmalee's story to the family and begins to be confused herself. Bobby threatens Parmalee
and J.R. tries to buy him off. J.R. has a fight with Mandy over her picture in a newspaper. Bobby tries to assure Ellie
that Parmalee is a fraud. Clayton warns Parmalee. J.R. wants to find out who owns Valentine Lingerie. Jack's ex-wife April
Stevens (Sheree J.Wilson) arrives, with some bad news for Jack's finances. Parmalee visits Ewing Oil and leaves J.R. and
Bobby puzzled.

10.7 (229) Dallas: TERRITORIAL IMPERATIVE
31Oct86 CBS / prod. no. 175106
Exec Prod: Leonard Katzman / Sup. Prod: Calvin Clements, Jr. / Produced by David Paulsen / Assoc. Producer: Cliff Fenneman
Written by Leonard Katzman
Directed by Leonard Katzman (on film) / Directed by Michael Preece (on copyright)
Director of Photography: Robert Caramico, A.S.C.
*
Starring In Alphabetical Order: (opening titles)
Barbara Bel Geddes, Patrick Duffy, Linda Gray, Larry Hagman, Susan Howard, Steve Kanaly, Howard Keel, Ken Kercheval,
Priscilla Beaulieu Presley, Victoria Principal, Dack Rambo
Also Starring: (opening titles)
Steve Forrest (as Wes Parmalee), Deborah Shelton (as Mandy Winger), Sheree J. Wilson (as April Stevens)(entry)
*
(end credits)
Guest Stars:
Morgan Woodward, Hunter Von Leer, Deborah Rennard, Omri Katz, Joshua Harris
Co-Starring:
Sherril Lynn Rettino, Danone Simpson
Featuring:
Josef Rainer, Gareth McLain, Lacy Wayne, Brad Leland, Jack Willis, Sherri Stromsoe, Marina Rice, Eli Cummins
Synopsis:
J.R. and Bobby investigate Wes Parmalee. J.R. is worried about the future of Ewing Oil if Parmalee's story holds up in court.
Jack Ewing tells Jamie about April's unexpected arrival. Pam surprises Cliff by refusing to continue her financial backing
for him. Sue Ellen's "Valentine Lingerie business develops very well. Charlie causes more problems for Jenna. Ray offers
Jenna his friendship and support. J.R. meets April Stevens. Wes Parmalee succeeds in confusing Miss Ellie again. Cliff meets
April Stevens. J.R. and B.D. Calhoun further discuss Calhoun's mission to the Middle East. Bobby wants to help Charlie but
ends up being misunderstood by Jenna. Donna asks Ray whether he's having an affair with Jenna. Sue Ellen visits Wes Parmalee.

10.8 (230) Dallas: THE SECOND TIME AROUND
7Nov86 CBS / prod. no. 175107
Exec Prod: Leonard Katzman / Sup. Prod: Calvin Clements, Jr. / Produced by David Paulsen / Assoc. Producer: Cliff Fenneman
Written by Calvin Clements, Jr.
Directed by Leonard Katzman (on film & copyright)
Director of Photography: Robert Caramico, A.S.C.
*
Starring In Alphabetical Order: (opening titles)
Barbara Bel Geddes, Patrick Duffy, Linda Gray, Larry Hagman, Susan Howard, Steve Kanaly, Howard Keel, Ken Kercheval,
Priscilla Beaulieu Presley, Victoria Principal, Dack Rambo
Also Starring: (opening titles)
Steve Forrest (as Wes Parmalee), Deborah Shelton (as Mandy Winger), Jenilee Harrison (as Jamie Ewing Barnes)
Sheree J. Wilson (as April Stevens)
*
(end credits)
Guest Stars:
Jim Haynie, George O. Petrie, Hunter Von Leer, Derek McGrath, Deborah Rennard, Omri Katz, Shalane McCall, Joshua Harris
Co-Starring:
Deborah Tranelli, Sherril Lynn Rettino, Roseanna Christiansen
Featuring:
Eli Cunmmins, Buff Shurr, Eloise Schmitt, Martin Rayner, Marina Rice,
Jac Alder, Joe Hailey, Tony Garcia, Matilda Resendes, Mark Howard
Synopsis:
Wes Parmalee talks to John Ross. Sue Ellen tells Miss Ellie that she visited Parmalee. Charlie and Jenna disagree about the
future and Bobby's role in it. Jamie catches Cliff cheating on her. J.R. and Mandy don't get along. Parmalee agrees to take
medical tests. Jamie moves out on Cliff. J.R. wants to buy "Valentine Lingerie" but Valentine refuses to disclose who the
owner is. Parmalee shocks Ellie by showing up at Bobby and Pam's wedding. Cliff comes to the wedding with April Stevens.
Marital differences between Ray and Donna become bigger. Ray's startling announcement shocks Bobby and Pam just a few minutes
before they are to get married.

10.9 (231) Dallas: BELLS ARE RINGING
14Nov86 CBS / prod. no. 175108
Exec Prod: Leonard Katzman / Sup. Prod: Calvin Clements, Jr. / Produced by David Paulsen / Assoc. Producer: Cliff Fenneman
Written by Leah Markus
Directed by Michael Preece (on film & copyright)
Director of Photography: Robert Caramico, A.S.C.
*
Starring In Alphabetical Order: (opening titles)
Barbara Bel Geddes, Patrick Duffy, Linda Gray, Larry Hagman, Susan Howard, Steve Kanaly, Howard Keel, Ken Kercheval,
Priscilla Beaulieu Presley, Victoria Principal, Dack Rambo
Also Starring: (opening titles)
Steve Forrest (as Wes Parmalee), Jenilee Harrison (as Jamie Ewing Barnes), Sheree J. Wilson (as April Stevens)
*
(end credits)
Guest Stars:
Jim Haynie, Laurence Haddon, Hunter Von Leer, Joshua Harris, Deborah Rennard, and Don Starr (as Jordan Lee)
Co-Starring:
Deborah Tranelli, Sherril Lynn Rettino, Paul Sorensen, and James L. Brown (as Harry McSween)
Featuring:
Charles Benton, Mark Howard Bernstein, Kenneth W. Page, Dee Dee Norton, Bob Chapman, Tony Garcia,
Synopsis:
Ray's shocking announcement about Jenna's pregnancy with Bobby's baby temporarily suspends the wedding and forces Miss Ellie
to announce a "slight delay" as Bobby and Pam discuss what to do next. Bobby and Pam eventually remarry, despite J.R.'s
attempts to maneuver the situation in his favor. After the wedding, Miss Ellie feels sorry for Pam while J.R. feels sorry for
Jenna. Pam and Bobby wonder how he will manage to stay away from Jenna's baby. Jenna refuses to talk to Bobby. J.R. runs into
Sue Ellen at Valentine's Lingerie. Jack has a fight with April and Cliff. J.R. learns about April's divorce settlement. The
newlyweds celebrate their marriage with Clayton and Miss Ellie. Jack turns down J.R.'s offer to buy his 10 percent of Ewing
Oil. Sue Ellen tells Parmalee to stay away from John Ross. Parmalee surprises Sue Ellen with knowledge of details from the
life of the Ewings from years ago. Bobby asks Jenna about why she kept the baby a secret from him. B.D. Calhoun gets his down
payment from J.R. on his Saudi Arabian mission. The banks give Ewing Oil a hard time because of Parmalee's claim. Miss Ellie
keeps her promise to meet with Parmalee.

10.10 (232) Dallas: WHO'S WHO AT THE OIL BARON'S BALL
21Nov86 CBS / prod. no. 175109
Exec Prod: Leonard Katzman / Sup. Prod: Calvin Clements, Jr. / Produced by David Paulsen / Assoc. Producer: Cliff Fenneman
Written by David Paulsen
Directed by Leonard Katzman
Director of Photography: Robert Caramico, A.S.C.
*
Starring In Alphabetical Order: (opening titles)
Barbara Bel Geddes, Patrick Duffy, Linda Gray, Larry Hagman, Susan Howard, Steve Kanaly, Howard Keel, Ken Kercheval,
Priscilla Beaulieu Presley, Victoria Principal, Dack Rambo
Also Starring: (opening titles)
Steve Forrest (as Wes Parmalee), Deborah Shelton (as Mandy Winger), Jenilee Harrison (as Jamie Ewing Barnes)
Sheree J. Wilson (as April Stevens)
*
(end credits)
Guest Stars:
Morgan Woodward, Alice Hirson, William Smithers, Derek McGrath, J.A. Preston, Jonathan Goldsmith, John Zaremba
James Ray, Shalane McCall, Deborah Rennard
, and Fern Fitzgerald as Marilee Stone
Co-Starring:
Sherril Lynn Rettino, Linda Gehringer
Featuring:
Anne C. Lucas, Judith Anne Jones, Brad Johnson, Maria Arita, Gregg Davis, Fred Vest
Synopsis:
Disagreements continue between Miss Ellie and Clayton over Wes Parmalee. Clayton feels he has to fight both Parmalee and
Jock's ghost. A Hollywood producer named Bruce Harvey (Jonathan Goldsmith) expresses an interest in Mandy Winger. J.R. is
concerned about Bobby's situation, with Jenna's baby on the way. The CIA warns J.R. against associating with B.D. Calhoun.
Cliff invites April to the Oil Barons' Ball. Ray tells Donna that the fate of Jenna's baby should be entirely her choice.
J.R. wants April to sell him her 5 percent of Ewing Oil. Cliff wants his $ 500,000 back from Jack. Parmalee's x-rays offer
more surprises for J.R. and Bobby. Pam and Bobby meet April Stevens. Jenna and Ray stay away from the Oil Barons' Ball. At
the ball, Parmalee shocks the oil community. Parmalee agrees to take a lie-detector test. Clayton threatens to kill Parmalee.

10.11 (233) Dallas: PROOF POSITIVE
28Nov86 CBS / prod. no. 175110
Exec Prod: Leonard Katzman / Sup. Prod: Calvin Clements, Jr. / Produced by David Paulsen / Assoc. Producer: Cliff Fenneman
Written by Calvin Clements, Jr.
Directed by Michael Preece
Director of Photography: Robert Caramico, A.S.C.
*
Starring In Alphabetical Order: (opening titles)
Barbara Bel Geddes, Patrick Duffy, Linda Gray, Larry Hagman, Susan Howard, Steve Kanaly, Howard Keel, Ken Kercheval,
Priscilla Beaulieu Presley, Victoria Principal, Dack Rambo
Also Starring: (opening titles)
Steve Forrest (as Wes Parmalee), Deborah Shelton (as Mandy Winger), Jenilee Harrison (as Jamie Ewing Barnes)
Sheree J. Wilson (as April Stevens)
*
(end credits)
Guest Stars:
Tom Bower, George O. Petrie, Jonathan Goldsmith, Shalane McCall, Deborah Rennard
Co-Starring:
Jeff Kaake, Deborah Tranelli, Sherril Lynn Rettino, Danone Simpson
Featuring:
Randy Moore, Linda Gehringer
Synopsis:
Clayton moves out on Miss Ellie. Sue Ellen shows her "Valentine's Lingerie" business to Pamela. J.R. confronts his mother
about Clayton staying at a hotel. Jenna tells Charlie that she will not abort the baby. Jenna and Charlie get along fine
again. Miss Ellie tells Ray that she's got to resolve the Parmalee problem. April plots to profit from ex-husband Jack.
Mandy is offered a Hollywood contract. Ray invites Clayton to move into his house. The Environmental Protection Agency wants
to shut down Cliff's 340. Pam shocks Jenna with an offer concerning Jenna's baby. Parmalee takes a lie-detector test and J.R.
and Bobby are shocked by the results. J.R. tells Mandy that she will never be his wife. Jamie thinks she's got the solution
to Cliff's environmental problem. Parmalee threatens to sell Ewing Oil to Jeremy Wendell.

10.12 (234) Dallas: SOMETHING OLD, SOMETHING NEW
5De86 CBS / prod. no. 175111
Exec Prod: Leonard Katzman / Sup. Prod: Calvin Clements, Jr. / Produced by David Paulsen / Assoc. Producer: Cliff Fenneman
Written by Leah Markus
Directed by Leonard Katzman
Director of Photography: Robert Caramico, A.S.C.
*
Starring In Alphabetical Order: (opening titles)
Barbara Bel Geddes, Patrick Duffy, Linda Gray, Larry Hagman, Susan Howard, Steve Kanaly, Howard Keel, Ken Kercheval,
Priscilla Beaulieu Presley, Victoria Principal, Dack Rambo
Also Starring: (opening titles)
Steve Forrest (as Wes Parmalee), Deborah Shelton (as Mandy Winger), Jenilee Harrison (as Jamie Ewing Barnes)
Sheree J. Wilson (as April Stevens)
*
(end credits)
Guest Stars:
William Smithers, Jim Haynie, J.A. Preston, Hunter Von Leer, Jonathan Goldsmith, Tom Fuccello, Sahalane McCall, Bruce Gray
Co-Starring:
Deborah Tranelli, Sherril Lynn Rettino, Roseanna Christiansen, Josef Rainer
Featuring:
Pat Colbert, Anne C. Lucas, Linda Gehringer, Robert Ginnaven, Lee B. Gideon, Alan Ackles
Synopsis:
Bobby flies down to South America to find evidence to get rid of Parmalee. Sue Ellen reveals to Mandy that she's behind
"Valentine's Lingerie." Jenna tells Bobby that she wants to cut all ties to him. J.R. tries to push Miss Ellie to declare
Parmalee a fraud but she still thinks he may be Jock. Bobby and Pam discuss her offer to Jenna regarding Jenna's baby. J.R.
is impressed with Sue Ellen's business venture. Ellie is not thrilled about Bobby's trip to South America. J.R. and Bobby
tell their mother that they will move out if she brings Parmalee to Southfork as her husband. Pam makes Cliff a business
offer. J.R. wants to abort B.D. Calhoun's mission. Miss Ellie kisses Parmalee.

10.13 (235) Dallas: BAR-B-CUED
12Dec86 CBS / prod. no. 175112
Exec Prod: Leonard Katzman / Sup. Prod: Calvin Clements, Jr. / Produced by David Paulsen / Assoc. Producer: Cliff Fenneman
Written by David Paulsen
Directed by Michael Preece
Director of Photography: Robert Caramico, A.S.C.
*
Starring In Alphabetical Order: (opening titles)
Barbara Bel Geddes, Patrick Duffy, Linda Gray, Larry Hagman, Susan Howard, Steve Kanaly, Howard Keel, Ken Kercheval,
Priscilla Beaulieu Presley, Victoria Principal, Dack Rambo (exit?)
Also Starring: (opening titles)
Steve Forrest (as Wes Parmalee), Jenilee Harrison (as Jamie Ewing Barnes), Sheree J. Wilson (as April Stevens)
*
(end credits)
Guest Stars:
Jim McMullen, Morgan Woodward, Alice Hirson, William Smithers, Derek McGrath, James Ray,
Tom Fuccello, Deborah Rennard, John Carter, Bruce Gray

Co-Starring:
Deborah Tranelli, Sherril Lynn Rettino, Peter Palmer, Fred Saxon
Featuring:
Christopher Wycliff, Mike Coady, Angie Bolling, Larry Lane, Lacy Wane,
Tony Garcia, Arthur E. Bishop, Nevin Harrison, Philip E. Rosensweig, Sybil Hill
Synopsis:
Bobby returns from South America with evidence regarding Wes Parmalee, but
it's an unexpected--and uninvited guest who provides Miss Ellie with the shocking truth.

10.14 (236) Dallas: THE FIRE NEXT TIME
19Dec86 CBS / prod. no. 175113
Exec Prod: Leonard Katzman / Sup. Prod: Calvin Clements, Jr. / Produced by David Paulsen / Assoc. Producer: Cliff Fenneman
Written by David Paulsen
Directed by Patrick Duffy
Director of Photography: Robert Caramico, A.S.C.
*
Starring In Alphabetical Order: (opening titles)
Barbara Bel Geddes, Patrick Duffy, Linda Gray, Larry Hagman, Susan Howard, Steve Kanaly, Howard Keel, Ken Kercheval,
Priscilla Beaulieu Presley, Victoria Principal, (NOT Dack Rambo)
Also Starring: (opening titles)
Sheree J. Wilson (as April Stevens)
*
(end credits)
Guest Stars:
Jim McMullen, Morgan Woodward, William Smithers, Laurence Haddon, J.A. Preston, Shalane McCall, Deborah Rennard,
Paul Tulley, Omri Katz, Joshua Harris, Tom Fuccello

Co-Starring:
Deborah Tranelli, Sherril Lynn Rettino, Roseanna Christiansen, Danone Simpson
Featuring:
Pat Colbert, Anne C. Lucas, Huck Ligget, Gordon Clark, Geof Brewer, Kimber Sissons,
Synopsis:
An angry Clayton goes on a manhunt for Wes Parmalee, and Donna makes a decision abot her marriage.

10.15 (237) Dallas: SO SHALL YE REAP
2Jan87 CBS / prod. no. 175114
Exec Prod: Leonard Katzman / Sup. Prod: Calvin Clements, Jr. / Produced by David Paulsen / Assoc. Producer: Cliff Fenneman
Written by Leonard Katzman
Directed by Jerry Jameson
Director of Photography: Robert Caramico, A.S.C.
*
Starring In Alphabetical Order: (opening titles)
Barbara Bel Geddes, Patrick Duffy, Linda Gray, Larry Hagman, Susan Howard, Steve Kanaly, Howard Keel, Ken Kercheval,
Priscilla Beaulieu Presley, Victoria Principal, (NOT Dack Rambo)
Also Starring: (opening titles)
Sheree J. Wilson (as April Stevens)
*
(end credits)
Guest Stars:
Jim Haynie, Glenn Corbett, William Smithers, Tom Bower, Hunter Von Leer, Deborah Rennard,
Joshua Harris
and Don Starr (as Jordan Lee)
Co-Starring:
Sherril Lynn Rettino and James L. Brown (as Harry McSween)
Featuring:
Josef Rainer, Pat Colbert, Judith Jordan, Anne C. Lucas, Ken Farmer
Synopsis:
Threatened by B.D. Calhoun's menacing presence, J.R. takes the necessary steps to rid himself of the mercenary.

10.16 (238) Dallas: TICK TOCK
9Jan87 CBS / prod. no. 175115
Exec Prod: Leonard Katzman / Sup. Prod: Calvin Clements, Jr. / Produced by David Paulsen / Assoc. Producer: Cliff Fenneman
Written by Mitchell Wayne Katzman
Directed by Patrick Duffy
Director of Photography: Robert Caramico, A.S.C.
*
Starring In Alphabetical Order: (opening titles)
Barbara Bel Geddes, Patrick Duffy, Linda Gray, Larry Hagman, Susan Howard, Steve Kanaly, Howard Keel, Ken Kercheval,
Priscilla Beaulieu Presley, Victoria Principal, (NOT Dack Rambo)
Also Starring: (opening titles)
Sheree J. Wilson (as April Stevens)
*
(end credits)
Guest Stars:
William Smithers, Jim McMullen, J.A. Preston, Hunter Von Leer, Deborah Rennard, Shalane McCall,
Omri Katz, Joshua Harris

Co-Starring:
Deborah Tranelli, Sherril Lynn Rettino, Roseanna Christiansen, and James L. Brown (as Harry McSween)
Featuring:
Josef Rainer, Pat Colbert, Anne C. Lucas, Alyson Croft, Henry Sutton, Andrea Walters, Signy Coleman
Synopsis:
Jeremy plots to bring down Ewing Oil, while B.D. Calhoun makes contact with an unassuming Sue Ellen.

10.17 (239) Dallas: NIGHT VISITOR
23Jan87 CBS / prod. no. 175116
Exec Prod: Leonard Katzman / Sup. Prod: Calvin Clements, Jr. / Produced by David Paulsen / Assoc. Producer: Cliff Fenneman
Written by Calvin Clements, Jr.
Directed by Larry Hagman
Director of Photography: Robert Caramico, A.S.C.
*
Starring In Alphabetical Order: (opening titles)
Barbara Bel Geddes, Patrick Duffy, Linda Gray, Larry Hagman, Susan Howard, Steve Kanaly, Howard Keel, Ken Kercheval,
Priscilla Beaulieu Presley, Victoria Principal, (NOT Dack Rambo)
Also Starring: (opening titles)
Sheree J. Wilson (as April Stevens)
*
(end credits)
Guest Stars:
Jim McMullen, Glenn Corbett, William Smithers, Hunter Von Leer, Shalane McCall, Omri Katz, Joshua Harris,
Clarence Felder, Mark Withers, Michael Champion, Deborah Rennard, Tom Fuccello

Co-Starring:
Paddi Edwards, Josef Rainer, Sherril Lynn Rettino, and James L. Brown (as Harry McSween)
(NO Featuring cast)
Synopsis:
Ewing Oil makes a financial comeback as Bobby and J.R. secure important
deals, but J.R. is too overcome with anxiety about B.D. Calhoun to savor the success.

10.18 (240) Dallas: CAT AND MOUSE
30Jan87 CBS / prod. no. 175117
Exec Prod: Leonard Katzman / Sup. Prod: Calvin Clements, Jr. / Produced by David Paulsen / Assoc. Producer: Cliff Fenneman
Written by Leah Markus
Directed by Michael Preece
Director of Photography: Robert Caramico, A.S.C.
*
Starring In Alphabetical Order: (opening titles)
Barbara Bel Geddes, Patrick Duffy, Linda Gray, Larry Hagman, Susan Howard, Steve Kanaly, Howard Keel, Ken Kercheval,
Priscilla Beaulieu Presley, Victoria Principal
Also Starring: (opening titles)
Sheree J. Wilson (as April Stevens)
*
(end credits)
Guest Stars:
Jim McMullen, William Smithers, Glenn Corbett, Hunter Von Leer, Shalane McCall, Omri Katz, Joshua Harris,
Deborah Rennard, Tom Fuccello, Brenda Strong

Co-Starring:
Deborah Tranelli, Roseanna Christiansen, Danone Simpson
Featuring:
Pat Colbert, Anne C. Lucas, Betty Bridges, Alan Wedner
Synopsis:
J.R. reveals the reason for his mysterious actions to Bobby. Ray is upset when he visits Donna in hospital
and Senatore Dowling turns up.

10.19 (241) Dallas: HIGH NOON FOR CALHOUN
6Feb87 CBS / prod. no. 175118
Exec Prod: Leonard Katzman / Sup. Prod: Calvin Clements, Jr. / Produced by David Paulsen / Assoc. Producer: Cliff Fenneman
Written & Directed by David Paulsen
Director of Photography: Robert Caramico, A.S.C.
*
Starring In Alphabetical Order: (opening titles)
Barbara Bel Geddes, Patrick Duffy, Linda Gray, Larry Hagman, Susan Howard, Steve Kanaly, Howard Keel, Ken Kercheval,
Priscilla Beaulieu Presley, Victoria Principal
Also Starring: (opening titles)
Sheree J. Wilson (as April Stevens)
*
(end credits)
Guest Stars:
Jim McMullen, William Smithers, Charles Cyphers, Hunter Von Leer, Omri Katz, Joshua Harris, Deborah Rennard
Co-Starring:
Sherril Lynn Rettino, Roseanna Christiansen, and James L. Brown (as Harry McSween)
Featuring:
Pat Colbert, Anne C. Lucas, Wren Brown, Tricia McFarlin, Jon Greene, Karen Cook
Synopsis:
Fearing for the safety of their families, J.R. and Bobby send Sue Ellen, Pam, John Ross and Christopher
off to California to escape the menacing threat of B.D. Calhoun.

10.20 (242) Dallas: OLIO
13Feb87 CBS / prod. no. 175119
Exec Prod: Leonard Katzman / Sup. Prod: Calvin Clements, Jr. / Produced by David Paulsen / Assoc. Producer: Cliff Fenneman
Written by Leonard Katzman
Directed by Steve Kanaly
Director of Photography: Robert Caramico, A.S.C.
*
Starring In Alphabetical Order: (opening titles)
Barbara Bel Geddes, Patrick Duffy, Linda Gray, Larry Hagman, Susan Howard, Steve Kanaly, Howard Keel, Ken Kercheval,
Priscilla Beaulieu Presley, Victoria Principal
Also Starring: (opening titles)
Sheree J. Wilson (as April Stevens)
*
(end credits)
Guest Stars:
Jim McMullen, William Smithers, Derek McGrath, J.A. Preston, Charles Cyphers, Shalane McCall, Omri Katz, Joshua Harris, Deborah Tranelli
Co-Starring:
Sherril Lynn Rettino, Roseanna Christiansen
Featuring:
Pat Colbert, Anne C. Lucas
Synopsis:
While Cliff Barnes questions Pam's loyalties Donna and Senator Dowling grow close.

10.21 (243) Dallas: A DEATH IN THE FAMILY
20Feb87 CBS / prod. no. 175120
Exec Prod: Leonard Katzman / Sup. Prod: Calvin Clements, Jr. / Produced by David Paulsen / Assoc. Producer: Cliff Fenneman
Written by Mitchell Wayne Katzman
Directed by Michael Preece
Director of Photography: Robert Caramico, A.S.C.
*
Starring In Alphabetical Order: (opening titles)
Barbara Bel Geddes, Patrick Duffy, Linda Gray, Larry Hagman, Susan Howard, Steve Kanaly, Howard Keel, Ken Kercheval,
Priscilla Beaulieu Presley, Victoria Principal
Also Starring: (opening titles)
Sheree J. Wilson (as April Stevens)
*
(end credits)
Guest Stars:
William Smithers, Glenn Corbett, Derek McGrath, Shalane McCall, Omri Katz, Joshua Harris,
Amy Yasbeck, John Milford, Cheryl Anderson, Bill Cort

Co-Starring:
Sherril Lynn Rettino, William Hubbard Knight, Judith Ledford
Featuring:
Oceana Marr, Patricia Allison, Frank Swann
Synopsis:
The shocking news from California raises questions of who is the true proprietor of the elusive ten percent of Ewing Oil.

10.22 (244) Dallas: REVENGE OF THE NERD (aka "Revenge of the Nerds" - plural - copyright title)
prod. no. 175121
Exec Prod: Leonard Katzman / Sup. Prod: Calvin Clements, Jr. / Produced by David Paulsen / Assoc. Producer: Cliff Fenneman
Written by Calvin Clements, Jr.
Directed by Linda Gray
Director of Photography: Robert Caramico, A.S.C.
*
Starring In Alphabetical Order: (opening titles)
Barbara Bel Geddes, Patrick Duffy, Linda Gray, Larry Hagman, Susan Howard, Steve Kanaly, Howard Keel, Ken Kercheval,
Priscilla Beaulieu Presley, Victoria Principal
Also Starring: (opening titles)
Sheree J. Wilson (as April Stevens)
*
(end credits)
Guest Stars:
Glenn Corbett, Derek McGrath, J.A. Preston, James A. Watson, Jr., Frederick Coffin, Vernon Weddle, Bill Cort,
Cheryl Anderson, Deborah Rennard, Tim Wise

Co-Starring:
Jenny Gago, Judith Ledford, Julian Barnes, Jean Paul Vignon, Deborah Tranelli, Sherril Lynn Rettino, Danone Simpson
Featuring:
Louise Baker, Pat Colbert, Anne C. Lucas, Elizabeth Edwards
Synopsis:
An ecstatic Cliff unloads a stunning bombshell on the Ewing brothers.

10.23 (245) Dallas: THE TEN-PERCENT SOLUTION
13Mar87 CBS / prod. no. 175122
Exec Prod: Leonard Katzman / Sup. Prod: Calvin Clements, Jr. / Produced by David Paulsen / Assoc. Producer: Cliff Fenneman
Written by Susan Howard Chrane
Directed by Michael Preece
Director of Photography: Robert Caramico, A.S.C.
*
Starring In Alphabetical Order: (opening titles)
Barbara Bel Geddes, Patrick Duffy, Linda Gray, Larry Hagman, Susan Howard, Steve Kanaly, Howard Keel, Ken Kercheval,
Priscilla Beaulieu Presley, Victoria Principal
Also Starring: (opening titles)
Sheree J. Wilson (as April Stevens)
*
(end credits)
Guest Stars:
Jim McMullen, Karen Carlson, William Smithers, J.A. Preston, Jonathan Goldsmith, Jerry Hardin, Frederick Coffin,
Shalane McCall, Omri Katz, Joshua Harris, Amy Yasbeck, Deborah Rennard, Gerry Gibson, Tom Ligon,

and Fern Fitzgerald (as Marilee Stone)
Co-Starring:
Jenny Gago, Sherril Lynn Rettino, Roseanna Christiansen, Danone Simpson, Bea Silvern, and James L. Brown (as Harry McSween)
Featuring:
Pat Colbert, William B. Jackson, Lynn Vakay, Kendall Conrad
Synopsis:
J.R. deviously schemes to frame Cliff Barnes for Jamie's death.

10.24 (246) Dallas: SOME GOOD, SOME BAD
20Mar87 CBS / prod. no. 175123
Exec Prod: Leonard Katzman / Sup. Prod: Calvin Clements, Jr. / Produced by David Paulsen / Assoc. Producer: Cliff Fenneman
Written by Louella Lee Caraway
Directed by Larry Hagman
Director of Photography: Robert Caramico, A.S.C.
*
Starring In Alphabetical Order: (opening titles)
Barbara Bel Geddes, Patrick Duffy, Linda Gray, Larry Hagman, Susan Howard, Steve Kanaly, Howard Keel, Ken Kercheval,
Priscilla Beaulieu Presley, Victoria Principal, Dack Rambo (returns)
Also Starring: (opening titles)
Sheree J. Wilson (as April Stevens)
*
(end credits)
Special Guest Star:
Stephen Elliott
Guest Stars:
Jim McMullen, Karen Carlson, William Smithers, Derek McGrath, Frederick Coffin, David Crowley, Shalane McCall, Deborah Rennard
Co-Starring:
Jenny Gago, Steve Kramer, Sherril Lynn Rettino, Roseanna Christiansen, Cliff Murdock
Featuring:
Pat Colbert, Tim O'Connor, Michael Kruger
Synopsis:
A surprise visitor comes to the aid of Bobby and J.R. in their never-ending
quest for the ten percent of Ewing Oil.

10.25 (247) Dallas: WAR AND PEACE
3Apr87 CBS / prod. no. 175124
Exec Prod: Leonard Katzman / Sup. Prod: Calvin Clements, Jr. / Produced by David Paulsen / Assoc. Producer: Cliff Fenneman
Written by Leah Markus
Directed by Dwight Adair
Director of Photography: Robert Caramico, A.S.C.
*
Starring In Alphabetical Order: (opening titles)
Barbara Bel Geddes, Patrick Duffy, Linda Gray, Larry Hagman, Susan Howard, Steve Kanaly, Howard Keel, Ken Kercheval,
Priscilla Beaulieu Presley, Victoria Principal, Dack Rambo
Also Starring: (opening titles)
Sheree J. Wilson (as April Stevens)
*
(end credits)
Guest Stars:
Jim McMullen, George O'Petrie, Stephen Elliott, Karen Carlson, Derek McGrath, Jonathan Goldsmith, Frederick Coffin,
Tom Fuccello, Shalane McCall, Lew Brown, Liam Sullivan

Co-Starring:
Sherril Lynn Rettino, Jay Arlen Jones
Featuring:
Blanca DeGarr, Alyson Croft, Howard Huston
Synopsis:
An intensive court battle over ten percent of Ewing Oil results in a
stunning decision, causing pandemonium in both the Ewing and Barnes' camps.

10.26 (248) Dallas: RUTHLESS PEOPLE
10Apr87 CBS / prod. no. 175125
Exec Prod: Leonard Katzman / Sup. Prod: Calvin Clements, Jr. / Produced by David Paulsen / Assoc. Producer: Cliff Fenneman
Written by Mitchell Wayne Katzman
Directed by Patrick Duffy
Director of Photography: Robert Caramico, A.S.C.
*
Starring In Alphabetical Order: (opening titles)
Barbara Bel Geddes, Patrick Duffy, Linda Gray, Larry Hagman, Susan Howard, Steve Kanaly, Howard Keel, Ken Kercheval,
Priscilla Beaulieu Presley, Victoria Principal, (NOT Dack Rambo)
Also Starring: (opening titles)
Sheree J. Wilson (as April Stevens), Deborah Shelton (as Mandy Winger)
*
(end credits)
Guest Stars:
Jim McMullen, George O. Petrie, William Smithers, J.A. Preston, Derek McGrath, Frederick Coffin, Karen Carlson,
Lew Brown, Deborah Rennard, Shalane McCall, Omri Katz, Joshua Harris

Co-Starring:
Deborah Tranelli, Roseanna Christiansen, Danone Simpson, Wayne Grace, Troy Evans, Linda Phillips, Lila Waters,
Stuart Nelson, Donald V. Allen
Featuring:
David Hess, Pat Colbert, Anne C.Lucas, Cheryl Denise Allen, David McBride
Synopsis:
Double-crossed by J.R. and April Stevens, Jeremy Wendell vows revenge on
Ewing Oil - and he may have found it in a small Texas newspaper.

10.27 (249) Dallas: THE DARK AT THE END OF THE TUNNEL
1May87 CBS / prod. no. 175126
Exec Prod: Leonard Katzman / Sup. Prod: Calvin Clements, Jr. / Produced by David Paulsen / Assoc. Producer: Cliff Fenneman
Written by Calvin Clements, Jr.
Directed by Larry Hagman
Director of Photography: Robert Caramico, A.S.C.
*
Starring In Alphabetical Order: (opening titles)
Barbara Bel Geddes, Patrick Duffy, Linda Gray, Larry Hagman, Susan Howard, Steve Kanaly, Howard Keel, Ken Kercheval,
Priscilla Beaulieu Presley, Victoria Principal, (NOT Dack Rambo)
Also Starring: (opening titles)
Sheree J. Wilson (as April Stevens), Deborah Shelton (as Mandy Winger)
*
(end credits)
Guest Stars:
Jim McMullen, George O. Petrie, William Smithers, Derek McGrath, Jonathan Goldsmith, Tom Dahlgren, Deborah Rennard,
Shalane McCall, Vince Howard

Co-Starring:
Deborah Tranelli, Sherril Lynn Rettino, Danone Simpson, Jean Paul Vignon, Eunice Christopher, Roseanna Christiansen
Featuring:
Pat Colbert, Preston Hagman, Barbara Hill
Synopsis:
Tired of J.R.'s underhanded business tactics, Bobby, Ray and Miss Ellie
"sell out" their shares of Ewing Oil to J.R.

10.28 (250) Dallas: TWO FIFTY
8May87 CBS / prod. no. 175127
Exec Prod: Leonard Katzman / Sup. Prod: Calvin Clements, Jr. / Produced by David Paulsen / Assoc. Producer: Cliff Fenneman
Written by Leonard Katzman
Directed by Michael Preece
Director of Photography: Robert Caramico, A.S.C.
*
Starring In Alphabetical Order: (opening titles)
Barbara Bel Geddes, Patrick Duffy, Linda Gray, Larry Hagman, Susan Howard, Steve Kanaly, Howard Keel, Ken Kercheval,
Priscilla Beaulieu Presley, Victoria Principal, (NOT Dack Rambo)
Also Starring: (opening titles)
Sheree J. Wilson (as April Stevens), Deborah Shelton (as Mandy Winger)
*
(end credits)
Guest Stars:
Macon McCalman, George O. Petrie, Jim McMullen, Karen Carlson, Frederick Coffin, William Smithers, J.A. Preston,
Derek McGrath, F.J. O'Neil, Kenneth Tigar, Shalane McCall, Deborah Rennard, Tom Lacy

Co-Starring:
Joseph Rainer, Deborah Tranelli, Sherril Lynn Rettino, Tom Tarpey, Roseanna Christiansen, Danone Simpson
Featuring:
Linda Gehringer, Pat Colbert, Richard Boyce, Kai Baker, Alma Washington
Synopsis:
Miss Ellie is distraught over the fate of both Clayton and Ewing Oil.

10.29 (251) Dallas: FALL OF THE HOUSE OF EWING (season 10 finale)
15May87 CBS / prod. no. 175128
Exec Prod: Leonard Katzman / Sup. Prod: Calvin Clements, Jr.(exit) / Produced by David Paulsen / Assoc. Producer: Cliff Fenneman
Written by David Paulsen
Directed by Leonard Katzman
Director of Photography: Robert Caramico, A.S.C.
*
Starring In Alphabetical Order: (opening titles)
Barbara Bel Geddes, Patrick Duffy, Linda Gray, Larry Hagman, Susan Howard (exit), Steve Kanaly, Howard Keel, Ken Kercheval,
Priscilla Beaulieu Presley, Victoria Principal (exit),
Also Starring: (opening titles)
Sheree J. Wilson (as April Stevens), Deborah Shelton (as Mandy Winger)
*
(end credits)
Guest Stars:
George O. Petrie, Macon McCalman, Jim McMullen, William Smithers, Karen Carlson, Jonathan Goldsmith, Kenneth Tigar,
Mark Schneider, Deborah Rennard, Omri Katz, Joshua Harris, and Frank McCarthy as Richard Taylor

Co-Starring:
Deborah Tranelli, Sherril Lynn Rettino, Eunice Christopher, David J. Parkington
(No Featuring cast)
Synopsis:
Bobby and Pam's dream of a serene and happy future are shattered.

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