CTVA US Drama - "Dallas" Season 12 (1988-89)

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Season 12 (1988-89)
Episode Guide compiled by The Classic TV Archive
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 CBS Fridays 9:00-10:00pm Eastern
Lorimar Television production
prod. nos. 177101 to 177107 and 445008 to 445026

Exec Prods: Leonard Katzman & Larry Hagman / Sup. Prod: Arthur Bernard Lewis / Co-Producers: Cliff Fenneman & Mitchell Wayne Katzman
Executive-In-Charge of Production: R. Robert Rosenbaum

12.1 (282) Dallas: CAROUSEL
28Oct88 CBS / prod. no. 177101
Exec Prods: Leonard Katzman & Larry Hagman / Sup. Prod: Arthur Bernard Lewis / Co-Producers: Cliff Fenneman & Mitchell Wayne Katzman
Written by Leonard Katzman
Directed by Michael Preece
Director of Photography: Rick R. Gunter (entry)
*
Starring In Alphabetical Order: (opening titles)
Barbara Bel Geddes, Patrick Duffy, Linda Gray, Larry Hagman, Howard Keel, Ken Kercheval, Charlene Tilton, Sheree J. Wilson,
(NOT Steve Kanaly) (NOT Priscilla Beaulieu Presley)
Also Starring: (opening titles)
George Kennedy (as Carter McKay) and William Smithers (as Jeremy Wendell)
*
(end credits)
Guest Stars:
Dakin Matthews as Detective Kane, Deborah Rennard as Sly Lovegren, William H. Bassett as Attorney Gurney, Omri Katz as John Ross Ewing, III
Joshua Harris as Christopher Ewing, and: Margaret Michaels as Pam Ewing

Co-Starring:
Sherril Lynn Rettino as Jackie, Edmund Shaff as Mr Blount, Roseanna Christiansen as Teresa
Featuring:
Josef Rainer as Dr. David Gordon, Alan Ackles as J.R.'s Doctor, Deborah Marie Taylor as Debie (now with an 'e'), Kehly Sloane as Kelly
Lacy Wayne as Pilot, Garrett Schenck as Andrew LeMay, Frank Swann as Mike, Jeff Amano as Servant, Danny Hulsey as Charlie, Dave Lowry as Pete
Synopsis:
Murder charges are filed as the families of Southfork are torn apart over the shooting of J.R. by his furious wife Sue Ellen.

12.2 (283) Dallas: NO GREATER LIFE
4Nov88 CBS / prod. no. 177102
Exec Prods: Leonard Katzman & Larry Hagman / Sup. Prod: Arthur Bernard Lewis / Co-Producers: Cliff Fenneman & Mitchell Wayne Katzman
Written by Simon Masters
Directed by Russ Mayberry
Director of Photography: Rick R. Gunter
*
Starring In Alphabetical Order: (opening titles)
Barbara Bel Geddes, Patrick Duffy, Linda Gray, Larry Hagman, Howard Keel, Ken Kercheval, Charlene Tilton, Sheree J. Wilson
Also Starring: (opening titles)
George Kennedy (as Carter McKay)
*
(end credits)
Guest Stars:
Irena Ferris as Tammy Miller, Leigh McCloskey as Mitchell Cooper, William Cort as Sawyer
Co-Starring:
Omri Katz as John Ross Ewing, III, Joshua Harris as Christopher Ewing, Deborah Tranelli as Phyllis, Roseanna Christiansen as Teresa
and:
James L. Brown as Sgt. Larry McSween
Featuring:
Elly Lindsay as Helen, John Hussey as Mr. Munroe, Maria Arita as Hostess
Synopsis:
Cliff, resolving to get out of the oil business, offers Barnes-Wentworth to Bobby and Ewing Oil.

12.3 (284) Dallas: CALL OF THE WILD
11Nov88 CBS / prod. no. 177103
Exec Prods: Leonard Katzman & Larry Hagman / Sup. Prod: Arthur Bernard Lewis / Co-Producers: Cliff Fenneman & Mitchell Wayne Katzman
Written by Jonathan Hales
Directed by Michael Preece
Director of Photography: Rick R. Gunter
*
Starring In Alphabetical Order: (opening titles)
Barbara Bel Geddes, Patrick Duffy, Linda Gray, Larry Hagman, Howard Keel, Ken Kercheval, Charlene Tilton, Sheree J. Wilson
Also Starring: (opening titles)
George Kennedy (as Carter McKay), Andrew Stevens (as Casey Denault), Cathy Podewell (as Cally Harper)
*
(end credits)
Guest Stars:
Cliff Potts as Boaz Harper, Sherman Howard as Japhet Harper, Gerrit Graham as Fred Hughes
Omri Katz as John Ross Ewing, III, Joshua Harris as Christopher Ewing, Deborah Rennard as Sly Lovegren

and:
Don Starr as Jordan Lee
Co-Starring:
Sherril Lynn Rettino as Jackie, Jeri Gaile as The Red Head
Featuring:
Lacy Wayne as Pilot, Peyton Park as Caleb, Errol McLendon as Waiter, Deborah Marie Taylor as Debie
Synopsis:
Sue Ellen, despite securing custody of her son John Ross, resigns to let him live at Southfork.

12.4 (285) Dallas: OUT OF THE FRYING PAN
18Nov88 CBS / prod. no. 445004
Exec Prods: Leonard Katzman & Larry Hagman / Sup. Prod: Arthur Bernard Lewis / Co-Producers: Cliff Fenneman & Mitchell Wayne Katzman
Written by Mitchell Wayne Katzman
Directed by Russ Mayberry
Director of Photography: Rick R. Gunter
*
Starring In Alphabetical Order: (opening titles)
Barbara Bel Geddes, Patrick Duffy, Linda Gray, Larry Hagman, Howard Keel, Ken Kercheval, Charlene Tilton, Sheree J. Wilson
Also Starring: (opening titles)
George Kennedy (as Carter McKay), Andrew Stevens (as Casey Denault), Cathy Podewell (as Cally Harper)
and William Smithers (as Jeremy Wendell)
*
(end credits)
Guest Stars:
Cliff Potts as Boaz Harper, Sherman Howard as Japhet Harper, Warren Kemmerling as Sheriff Hanks, William H. Bassett as Gurney
Omri Katz as John Ross Ewing, III, Joshua Harris as Christopher Ewing

Co-Starring:
Joseph Chapman as Roger Burke, Sherril Lynn Rettino as Jackie
Featuring:
Peyton Park as Caleb, James Harrell as Justice of the Peace, Lucky Mosley as Deputy, Ken Paige as Salesman,Deborah Marie Taylor as Debie
Kehly Sloane as Kelly, Tony Garcia as Raoul, Lacy Wayne as Pilot, Charles Carroll as Guard, Steve Novak as Bartender
Synopsis:
J.R.'s lust for the young country girl Cally Harper leads him into a dangerous situation that even his wiles,
Ewing money, power or clout can't get him out of.

12.5 (286) Dallas: ROAD WORK
2Dec88 CBS / prod. no. : 177105
Exec Prods: Leonard Katzman & Larry Hagman / Sup. Prod: Arthur Bernard Lewis / Co-Producers: Cliff Fenneman & Mitchell Wayne Katzman
Written by Arthur Bernard Lewis
Directed by Michael Preece
Director of Photography: Rick R. Gunter
*
Starring In Alphabetical Order: (opening titles)
Barbara Bel Geddes, Patrick Duffy, Linda Gray, Larry Hagman, Howard Keel, Ken Kercheval, Charlene Tilton, Sheree J. Wilson
Also Starring: (opening titles)
George Kennedy (as Carter McKay), Andrew Stevens (as Casey Denault), Beth Toussaint (as Tracey Lawton),
and William Smithers (as Jeremy Wendell)
*
(end credits)
Guest Stars:
Sherman Howard as Japhet Harper, Gerrit Graham as Fred Hughes, Brooks Gardner as Bushrod, Ken Jenkins as Captain
Omri Katz as John Ross Ewing, III, Joshua Harris as Christopher Ewing

Co-Starring:
Michael Crabtree as Floyd O'Brien, Sherril Lynn Rettino as Jackie, Jeri Gaile as The Red Head
Featuring:
Blue Deckert as Ace Hendricks, Lyle Kanouse as Sims, Julius Tennon as Henry, Robert Manning as Gus, Kehly Sloane as Kelly
Peyton Park as Caleb, Lacy Wayne as Helicopter Pilot, Larry Melton as Guard #1, Howard French as Gate Guard, Deborah Marie Taylor as Debbie (now with 2 'b's)
Rudy Young as Cowboy #1, Chris Saylors as Cowboy #2, Mimi Cochran as Bar Waitress, Wes Gilpin as Chauffeur, Darla Shelton as Cocktail Waitress
Synopsis:
While J.R. is imprisoned on a torturous chain gang, his long-time nemesis Cliff Barnes joins Bobby as a new partner in Ewing Oil.

12.6 (287) Dallas: WAR AND LOVE AND THE WHOLE DAMNED THING
9Dec88 CBS / prod. no. 177106
Exec Prods: Leonard Katzman & Larry Hagman / Sup. Prod: Arthur Bernard Lewis / Co-Producers: Cliff Fenneman & Mitchell Wayne Katzman
Written by Leonard Katzman
Directed by Russ Mayberry
Director of Photography: Rick R. Gunter
*
Starring In Alphabetical Order: (opening titles)
Barbara Bel Geddes, Patrick Duffy, Linda Gray, Larry Hagman, Steve Kanaly (returns), Howard Keel, Ken Kercheval, Charlene Tilton, Sheree J. Wilson
Also Starring: (opening titles)
George Kennedy (as Carter McKay), Andrew Stevens (as Casey Denault), Beth Toussaint (as Tracey Lawton), Cathy Podewell (as Cally Harper)
and William Smithers (as Jeremy Wendell)
*
(end credits)
Guest Stars:
Ken Swofford as Sheriff Burnside, Cliff Potts as Boaz Harper, Sherman Howard as Japhet Harper, Gerrit Graham as Fred Hughes, Warren Kemmerling as Sheriff Hanks
William H. Bassett as Attorney Gurney, Omri Katz as John Ross Ewing, III, Joshua Harris as Christopher Ewing

Co-Starring:
Sherril Lynn Rettino as Jackie, Roseanna Christiansen as Teresa, Jeri Gaile as The Red Head
Featuring:
Kehly Sloane as Kelly, Charles Beecham as The Preacher, Lacy Wayne as Pilot, Don McCoy as Bartender #1, Fred Vest as Cowboy #1
Danny Hulsey as Cowboy #2, Bo Jimeson as Cowboy #3, Crawford McConnell as Cowboy #4, James Harbour as Bartender #2
Synopsis:
A beaten and nearly broken J.R. marries the innocent Cally Harper in a desperate effort to escape the crazed clutches of her vengeful brothers.

12.7 (288) Dallas: SHOWDOWN AT THE EWING CORRAL
16Dec88 CBS / prod. no. 177107
Exec Prods: Leonard Katzman & Larry Hagman / Sup. Prod: Arthur Bernard Lewis / Co-Producers: Cliff Fenneman & Mitchell Wayne Katzman
Written by Mitchell Wayne Katzman
Directed by Michael Preece
Director of Photography: Rick R. Gunter
*
Starring In Alphabetical Order: (opening titles)
Barbara Bel Geddes, Patrick Duffy, Linda Gray, Larry Hagman, Steve Kanaly (returns), Howard Keel, Ken Kercheval, Charlene Tilton, Sheree J. Wilson
Also Starring: (opening titles)
George Kennedy (as Carter McKay), Beth Toussaint (as Tracey Lawton), Cathy Podewell (as Cally Harper)
and William Smithers (as Jeremy Wendell)
*
(end credits)
Guest Stars:
Cliff Potts as Boaz Harper, Sherman Howard as Japhet Harper, Gerrit Graham as Fred Hughes, Ken Swofford as Sheriff Burnside
Bill Wiley as Norm Peterson, Deborah Rennard as Sly Lovegren

Co-Starring:
Deborah Tranelli as Phyllis, Sherril Lynn Rettino as Jackie, Pat Colbert as Dora Mae, Dave Lowry as Pete
Featuring:
Deborah Marie Taylor as Debbie, Grover Coulson as Mr. Newland, Brad Harris as Maxson, Tony Garcia as Raoul, Lacy Wayne as Pilot
Pat Minter as Cowboy #1, Sean Hennigan as Cowboy #2, Steve Novak as Bartender, Norman Colvin as Bartender #2
Synopsis:
While newlywed J.R. struggles to escape from the dreaded Harper farm, Southfork prepares for war against the unrelenting Carter McKay and his henchmen.

12.8 (289) Dallas: DECEPTION
6Jan89 CBS / prod. no. 445008
Exec Prods: Leonard Katzman & Larry Hagman / Sup. Prod: Arthur Bernard Lewis / Co-Producers: Cliff Fenneman & Mitchell Wayne Katzman
Written by Arthur Bernard Lewis
Directed by Irving J. Moore
Director of Photography: Rick R. Gunter
*
Starring In Alphabetical Order: (opening titles)
Barbara Bel Geddes, Patrick Duffy, Linda Gray, Larry Hagman, Steve Kanaly (returns), Howard Keel, Ken Kercheval, Charlene Tilton, Sheree J. Wilson
Also Starring: (opening titles)
George Kennedy (as Carter McKay), Andrew Stevens (as Casey Denault), Beth Toussaint (as Tracey Lawton),
and William Smithers (as Jeremy Wendell)
*
(end credits)
Guest Stars:
George O. Petrie as Harv Smithfield, Gerrit Graham as Fred Hughes, Deborah Rennard as Sly Lovegren
Omri Katz as John Ross Ewing, III, Joshua Harris as Christopher Ewing

Co-Starring:
Jeri Gaile as The Red Head, Deborah Tranelli as Phyllis, Sherril Lynn Rettino as Jackie, Roseanna Christiansen as Teresa
Sean McGuirk as Bud Brewer, Danone Simpson as Kendall
Featuring:
Dan Ammerman as Al Dehner, Woody Watson as Tony Bart, Sean McGraw as Mason, Lacy Wayne as Pilot, John Hoge as Ratagan
Richard Dillard as Maitre'd, Dave Appleton as Cowboy, SCarol Sanchez as Carmen
Synopsis:
Carter McKay reveals his true intentions to the Ewings.

12.9 (290) Dallas: COUNTER ATTACK
13Jan89 CBS / prod. no. 445009
Exec Prods: Leonard Katzman & Larry Hagman / Sup. Prod: Arthur Bernard Lewis / Co-Producers: Cliff Fenneman & Mitchell Wayne Katzman
Written by Leonard Katzman
Directed by Michael Preece
Director of Photography: Rick R. Gunter
*
Starring In Alphabetical Order: (opening titles)
Barbara Bel Geddes, Patrick Duffy, Linda Gray, Larry Hagman, Steve Kanaly (returns), Howard Keel, Ken Kercheval, Charlene Tilton, Sheree J. Wilson
Also Starring: (opening titles)
George Kennedy (as Carter McKay), Andrew Stevens (as Casey Denault), Beth Toussaint (as Tracey Lawton),
and William Smithers (as Jeremy Wendell)
*
(end credits)
Guest Stars:
Irena Ferris as Tammy Miller, Ken Swofford as Sheriff Burnside, Gerrit Graham as Fred Hughes
Robert King as Dr. Proctor, Omri Katz as John Ross Ewing, III, Joshua Harris as Christopher Ewing
Co-Starring:
Jeri Gaile as The Red Head, Sherril Lynn Rettino as Jackie
Featuring:
Kehly Sloane as Kelly, Deborah Marie Taylor as Debbie, Eli Cummins as Soldier, Woody Watson as Tony Bart, Sean McGraw as Mason
Tony Garcia as Raoul, Lacy Wayne as Pilot, Brad Harris as Maxson, Michael Costello as Doctor
Synopsis:
The range war violently erupts as Bobby vows revenge after Christopher is caught in the brutal cross-fire.

12.10 (291) Dallas: THE STING
20Jan89 CBS / prod. no. 445010
Exec Prods: Leonard Katzman & Larry Hagman / Sup. Prod: Arthur Bernard Lewis / Co-Producers: Cliff Fenneman & Mitchell Wayne Katzman
Written by Mitchell Wayne Katzman
Directed by Irving J. Moore
Director of Photography: Rick R. Gunter
*
Starring In Alphabetical Order: (opening titles)
Barbara Bel Geddes, Patrick Duffy, Linda Gray, Larry Hagman, Steve Kanaly (returns), Howard Keel, Ken Kercheval, Charlene Tilton, Sheree J. Wilson
Also Starring: (opening titles)
George Kennedy (as Carter McKay), Andrew Stevens (as Casey Denault), Leigh Taylor Young (as Kimberly Cryder), Cathy Podewell (as Cally Harper),
Beth Toussaint (as Tracey Lawton), and William Smithers (as Jeremy Wendell)
*
(end credits)
Guest Stars:
Irena Ferris as Tammy Miller, George O. Petrie as Harv Smithfield, Warren Kemmerling as Sheriff Hanks
Deborah Rennard as Sly Lovegren, Omri Katz as John Ross Ewing, III, Joshua Harris as Christopher Ewing

Co-Starring:
Deborah Tranelli as Phyllis, Roseanna Christiansen as Teresa, Danone Simpson as Kendall, Nik Hagler as Mark Chase, D.A.
Featuring:
Kehly Sloane as Kelly, Midge Hill as TV Reporter, Jerry Cotten as Detective Caraway, Tony Garcia as Raoul
Lourdes Regala as Reporter #1, Michael Skipper as Reporter #2
Synopsis:
Unaware that Jeremy Wendell is the force behind Carter McKay, Miss Ellie goes ahead with her decision to sell off the sacred section forty to McKay.

 12.11 (292) Dallas: THE TWO MRS. EWINGS
27Jan89 CBS / prod. no. 445011
Exec Prods: Leonard Katzman & Larry Hagman / Sup. Prod: Arthur Bernard Lewis / Co-Producers: Cliff Fenneman & Mitchell Wayne Katzman
Written by Arthur Bernard Lewis
Directed by Michael Preece
Director of Photography: Rick R. Gunter
*
Starring In Alphabetical Order: (opening titles)
Barbara Bel Geddes, Patrick Duffy, Linda Gray, Larry Hagman, Steve Kanaly (?), Howard Keel, Ken Kercheval, Charlene Tilton, Sheree J. Wilson
Also Starring: (opening titles)
George Kennedy (as Carter McKay), Cathy Podewell (as Cally Harper), Beth Toussaint (as Tracey Lawton),
*
(end credits)
Guest Stars:
Irena Ferris as Tammy Miller, George O. Petrie as Harv Smithfield, Jonathan Goldsmith as Bruce Harvey
Eric Poppick as Jeff Salem, Omri Katz as John Ross Ewing, III, Joshua Harris as Christopher Ewing

and
Fern Fitzgerald as Marilee Stone
Co-Starring:
Doug McGrath as Mr. Nakas, Marc Siegler as Director, Lee Gideon as Chairman
Featuring:
Kehly Sloane as Kelly, Charles Dougherty as Assistant Director, J.T. O'Connor as Ypung Man
Sally Bartunek as Young Woman, Lori Harris as Woman with Gun, Paul Hewsom as Hunk
Synopsis:
The glamorous Oil Baron's Ball, Dallas' social event of the season, provides for a startling disclosure.

12.12 (293) Dallas: THE SWITCH
3Feb89 CBS / prod. no. 445012
Exec Prods: Leonard Katzman & Larry Hagman / Sup. Prod: Arthur Bernard Lewis / Co-Producers: Cliff Fenneman & Mitchell Wayne Katzman
Written by Leonard Katzman
Directed by Irving J. Moore
Director of Photography: Rick R. Gunter
*
Starring In Alphabetical Order: (opening titles)
Barbara Bel Geddes, Patrick Duffy, Linda Gray, Larry Hagman, (NOT Steve Kanaly), Howard Keel, Ken Kercheval, Charlene Tilton, Sheree J. Wilson
Also Starring: (opening titles)
George Kennedy (as Carter McKay), Cathy Podewell (as Cally Harper), Beth Toussaint (as Tracey Lawton),
*
(end credits)
Guest Stars:
Irena Ferris as Tammy Miller, Jonathan Goldsmith as Bruce Harvey, Omri Katz as John Ross Ewing, III, Joshua Harris as Christopher Ewing
Co-Starring:
Sherril Lynn Rettino as Jackie, Roseanna Christiansen as Teresa
Featuring:
Bill Bolander as Mr. Piper, Kehly Sloane as Kelly, Dave Lowry as Pete, Jim Ponds as Hot Dog Vendor,
Carlos Sanchez as Carmen, John Hoge as Detective Ratagan
Synopsis:
Determined to create a life for herself in Dallas and win over J.R., Cally turns to an unlikely source for advice - Sue Ellen.

12.13 (294) Dallas: HE-E-E-E-R-E's PAPA!
10Feb89 CBS / prod. no. 445013
Exec Prods: Leonard Katzman & Larry Hagman / Sup. Prod: Arthur Bernard Lewis / Co-Producers: Cliff Fenneman & Mitchell Wayne Katzman
Written by Louella Lee Caraway
Directed by Patrick Duffy
Director of Photography: Rick R. Gunter
*
Starring In Alphabetical Order: (opening titles)
Barbara Bel Geddes, Patrick Duffy, Linda Gray, Larry Hagman, (NOT Steve Kanaly), Howard Keel, Ken Kercheval, Charlene Tilton, Sheree J. Wilson
Also Starring: (opening titles)
George Kennedy (as Carter McKay), Cathy Podewell (as Cally Harper), Beth Toussaint (as Tracey Lawton),
*
(end credits)
Guest Stars:
Joseph Campanella as Joseph Lombardi, Jonathan Goldsmith as Bruce Harvey, Omri Katz as John Ross Ewing, III
Joshua Harris as Christopher Ewing, Deborah Rennard as Sly Lovegren, Donald Craig as Massey, Anthony Peck as Mike

Co-Starring:
Deborah Tranelli as Phyllis, Sherril Lynn Rettino as Jackie, Roseanna Christiansen as Teresa, Chazz Palminteri as Frank, Katherine Heard as Clerk
Featuring:
Kehly Sloane as Kelly, Deborah Marie Taylor as Debbie, John Hoge as Detective Ratagan
Synopsis:
J.R.'s in hot water again when Nicholas Pearce's father, ex-mobster Joseph Lombardi, comes looking for the man that killed his son.

12.14 (295) Dallas: COMINGS AND GOINGS
17Feb89 CBS / prod. no. 445114
Exec Prods: Leonard Katzman & Larry Hagman / Producer: Howard Lakin (entry) / Sup. Prod: Arthur Bernard Lewis /
Co-Producers: Cliff Fenneman & Mitchell Wayne Katzman
Written by Mitchell Wayne Katzman
Directed by Larry Hagman
Director of Photography: Rick R. Gunter
*
Starring In Alphabetical Order: (opening titles)
Barbara Bel Geddes, Patrick Duffy, Linda Gray, Larry Hagman, (NOT Steve Kanaly), Howard Keel, Ken Kercheval, Charlene Tilton, Sheree J. Wilson
Also Starring: (opening titles)
George Kennedy (as Carter McKay), Cathy Podewell (as Cally Harper), Beth Toussaint (as Tracey Lawton), and Ian McShane (as Don Lockwood)(entry)
*
(end credits)
Guest Stars:
Jonathan Goldsmith as Bruce Harvey, Newell Alexander as Senator Hunsacker, Omri Katz as John Ross Ewing, III, Joshua Harris as Christopher Ewing
and
J. Eddie Peck as Tommy McKay
Co-Starring:
Deborah Tranelli as Phyllis, Sherril Lynn Rettino as Jackie, Roseanna Christiansen as Teresa, Danone Simpson as Kendall
Featuring:
Kehly Sloane as Kelly, Deborah Marie Taylor as Debbie
Synopsis:
While Sue Ellen plans her first movie, Cally becomes a hero.

12.15 (296) Dallas: COUNTRY GIRL
24Feb89 CBS / prod. no. 445015
Exec Prods: Leonard Katzman & Larry Hagman / Producer: Howard Lakin / Sup. Prod: Arthur Bernard Lewis /
Co-Producers: Cliff Fenneman & Mitchell Wayne Katzman
Written by Arthur Bernard Lewis
Directed by Patrick Duffy
Director of Photography: Rick R. Gunter
*
Starring In Alphabetical Order: (opening titles)
Barbara Bel Geddes, Patrick Duffy, Linda Gray, Larry Hagman, (NOT Steve Kanaly), Howard Keel, Ken Kercheval, Charlene Tilton, Sheree J. Wilson
Also Starring: (opening titles)
George Kennedy (as Carter McKay), Cathy Podewell (as Cally Harper), Beth Toussaint (as Tracey Lawton), and Ian McShane (as Don Lockwood)
*
(end credits)
Guest Stars:
Newell Alexander as Senator Hunsacker, Omri Katz as John Ross Ewing, III, Joshua Harris as Christopher Ewing
Aaron Lustig as Henry Gyster, Stephen Bradley as Doctor Feffer, Deborah Rennard as Sly

and
J. Eddie Peck as Tommy McKay
Co-Starring:
Deborah Tranelli as Phyllis, Sherril Lynn Rettino as Jackie, Danone Simpson as Kendall, Sue Casey as Brenda
Abigail Shelton as Cobina, Grace Simmons as Chairperson, Mark Goldstein as Billy Swift
Featuring:
Jay Horton as Pete, Robin Lynn as Waitress, Miranda Garrison as Female Tango Dancer, D.A. Pawley as Male Tango Dancer
Synopsis:
Miss Ellie and Clayton return home, and Cally makes a surprising announcememnt.

12.16 (297) Dallas: WEDDING BELL BLUES
24Feb89 CBS /prod. no. 445016
Exec Prods: Leonard Katzman & Larry Hagman / Producer: Howard Lakin / Sup. Prod: Arthur Bernard Lewis /
Co-Producers: Cliff Fenneman & Mitchell Wayne Katzman
Written by Howard Lakin
Directed by Larry Hagman
Director of Photography: Rick R. Gunter
*
Starring In Alphabetical Order: (opening titles)
Barbara Bel Geddes, Patrick Duffy, Linda Gray, Larry Hagman, (NOT Steve Kanaly), Howard Keel, Ken Kercheval, Charlene Tilton, Sheree J. Wilson
Also Starring: (opening titles)
George Kennedy (as Carter McKay), Cathy Podewell (as Cally Harper), Beth Toussaint (as Tracey Lawton), and Ian McShane (as Don Lockwood)
*
(end credits)
Guest Stars:
Deborah Rennard as Sly, Omri Katz as John Ross Ewing, III, Joshua Harris as Christopher Ewing
and
J. Eddie Peck as Tommy McKay
Co-Starring:
John Ingle as Minister, Deborah Tranelli as Phyllis, Sherril Lynn Rettino as Jackie, Roseanna Christiansen as Teresa
Featuring:
Christopher Babson as Jackie's Date, Mark A. Michaels as Phyllis' Date
Synopsis:
Against an ominous skyline of black storm clouds, Southfork prepares for another one of its all-out,
glamorous weddings. JR marries Cally.

12.17 (298) Dallas: THE WAY WE WERE
3Mar89 CBS / prod, no. 445017
Exec Prods: Leonard Katzman & Larry Hagman / Producer: Howard Lakin / Sup. Prod: Arthur Bernard Lewis /
Co-Producers: Cliff Fenneman & Mitchell Wayne Katzman
Written by Loella Lee Caraway
Directed by Patrick Duffy
Director of Photography: Rick R. Gunter
*
Starring In Alphabetical Order: (opening titles)
Barbara Bel Geddes, Patrick Duffy, Linda Gray, Larry Hagman, (NOT Steve Kanaly), Howard Keel, Ken Kercheval, Charlene Tilton, Sheree J. Wilson
Also Starring: (opening titles)
George Kennedy (as Carter McKay), Cathy Podewell (as Cally Harper), Beth Toussaint (as Tracey Lawton), and Ian McShane (as Don Lockwood)
*
(end credits)
Guest Stars:
Don Starr as Jordan Lee, Jonathan Goldsmith as Bruce Harvey, Robert O'Reilly as Patrick O'Riley, Richard Erdman as Mr Willis,
Deborah Rennard as Sly, Omri Katz as John Ross Ewing, III, Joshua Harris as Christopher Ewing

and
J. Eddie Peck as Tommy McKay
Co-Starring:
Deborah Tranelli as Phyllis, Sherril Lynn Rettino as Jackie, Roseanna Christiansen as Teresa
Featuring:
Dickson Hughes as Waiter, Nancy Boykin as Waitress
Synopsis:
It's brotherly war when Bobby furiously confronts J.R. for ignoring their agreement to consult one another
concerning business. Sue Ellen and Don Lockwood grow close, while Tommy gets involved in drugs.

12.18 (299) Dallas: THE SERPENT'S TOOTH
10Mar89 CBS / prod. no. 445018
Exec Prods: Leonard Katzman & Larry Hagman / Producer: Howard Lakin / Sup. Prod: Arthur Bernard Lewis /
Co-Producers: Cliff Fenneman & Mitchell Wayne Katzman
Teleplay by Arthur Bernard Lewis & Howard Lakin / Story by Mitchell Wayne Katzman
Directed by Larry Hagman
Director of Photography: Rick R. Gunter
*
Starring In Alphabetical Order: (opening titles)
Barbara Bel Geddes, Patrick Duffy, Linda Gray, Larry Hagman, Howard Keel, Ken Kercheval, Charlene Tilton, Sheree J. Wilson
Also Starring: (opening titles)
George Kennedy (as Carter McKay), Cathy Podewell (as Cally Harper), Beth Toussaint (as Tracey Lawton), and Ian McShane (as Don Lockwood)
*
(end credits)
Guest Stars:
Don Starr as Jordan Lee, Jonathan Goldsmith as Bruce Harvey, Christopher Neame as Guslav Helstrom, Bo Brundin as Holgar Kuhn,
Robert O'Reilly as Patrick O'Riley, Deborah Rennard as Sly, Omri Katz as John Ross Ewing, III, Joshua Harris as Christopher Ewing
and
J. Eddie Peck as Tommy McKay
Co-Starring:
Roseanna Christiansen as Teresa, John Hoge as Ratagan
Featuring:
Christopher Carroll as Philip Teleman, Dick Winslow as One Man Band
Synopsis:
Christopher becomes jealous over Cally and JR spending so much time together.

12.19 (300) Dallas: THREE HUNDRED
17Mar89 CBS / prod. no.445019
Exec Prods: Leonard Katzman & Larry Hagman / Producer: Howard Lakin / Sup. Prod: Arthur Bernard Lewis /
Co-Producers: Cliff Fenneman & Mitchell Wayne Katzman
Written by Leonard Katzman
Directed by Patrick Duffy
Director of Photography: Rick R. Gunter
*
Starring In Alphabetical Order: (opening titles)
Barbara Bel Geddes, Patrick Duffy, Linda Gray, Larry Hagman, Howard Keel, Ken Kercheval, Charlene Tilton, Sheree J. Wilson
Also Starring: (opening titles)
George Kennedy (as Carter McKay), Cathy Podewell (as Cally Harper), and Ian McShane (as Don Lockwood)
*
(end credits)
Guest Stars:
Jonathan Goldsmith as Bruce Harvey, Deborah Rennard as Sly
and
J. Eddie Peck as Tommy McKay
Co-Starring:
Deborah Tranelli as Phyllis, Sherril Lynn Rettino as Jackie
(No Featuring Cast)
Synopsis:
Bobby and JR face each other, and Sue Ellen reconsiders her career.

12.20 (301) Dallas: APRIL SHOWERS
31Mar89 CBS / prod. no. 445020
Exec Prods: Leonard Katzman & Larry Hagman / Producer: Howard Lakin / Sup. Prod: Arthur Bernard Lewis /
Co-Producers: Cliff Fenneman & Mitchell Wayne Katzman
Written by Howard Lakin
Directed by Irving J. Moore
Director of Photography: Rick R. Gunter
*
Starring In Alphabetical Order: (opening titles)
Barbara Bel Geddes, Patrick Duffy, Linda Gray, Larry Hagman, Howard Keel, Ken Kercheval, Charlene Tilton, Sheree J. Wilson
Also Starring: (opening titles)
George Kennedy (as Carter McKay), Cathy Podewell (as Cally Harper), Beth Toussaint (as Tracey Lawton), and Ian McShane (as Don Lockwood)
*
(end credits)
Guest Stars:
Jonathan Goldsmith as Bruce Harvey, Christopher Neame as Guslaw Helstrom, Bonnie Burroughs as Alison Kincaid
Deborah Rennard as Sly, Lee Ryan as Doctor

and
J. Eddie Peck as Tommy McKay
Co-Starring:
Deborah Tranelli as Phyllis, Sherril Lynn Rettino as Jackie, John Hoge as Ratagan, Julie Hayek as Tanya Wilkinson
Luis Contreras as Columbian #1, James Ortega as Columbian #2, Brittan Taylor as Waitress
(No Featuring Cast)
Synopsis:
Tommy becomes desperate when drug dealers come after him. April admits her feelings for Bobby.

12.21 (302) Dallas: AND AWAY WE GO
7Apr89 CBS / prod. no. 445021
Exec Prods: Leonard Katzman & Larry Hagman / Producer: Howard Lakin / Sup. Prod: Arthur Bernard Lewis /
Co-Producers: Cliff Fenneman & Mitchell Wayne Katzman
Written by Arthur Bernard Lewis
Directed by Steve Kanaly.
Director of Photography: Rick R. Gunter
*
Starring In Alphabetical Order: (opening titles)
Barbara Bel Geddes, Patrick Duffy, Linda Gray, Larry Hagman, Howard Keel, Ken Kercheval, Charlene Tilton, Sheree J. Wilson
Also Starring: (opening titles)
George Kennedy (as Carter McKay), Cathy Podewell (as Cally Harper), Beth Toussaint (as Tracey Lawton), Audrey Landers (entry as Afton Cooper)
and Ian McShane (as Don Lockwood)
*
(end credits)
Guest Stars:
Don Starr as Jordan Lee, Jonathan Goldsmith as Bruce Harvey, Christopher Neame as Guslaw Helstrom, Bonnie Burroughs as Alison Kincaid
Deborah Rennard as Sly, Conroy Gedeon as Detective Rigg, Sandra Kronemeyer as Pearl

and
J. Eddie Peck as Tommy McKay
Co-Starring:
Chuck Hicks as Ben, Danone Simpson as Kendall, Crystal Carson as Elaine Eddy, Jim Hackett as Dr. Gresher,
Wayne Woodson as Bartender, John Hoge as Ratagan
(No Featuring Cast)
Synopsis:
Tracey steps in to help Tommy, and Sue Ellen casts the role of JR in her movie.

12.22 (303) Dallas: YELLOW BRICK ROAD
14Apr89 CBS / prod. no. 445022
Exec Prods: Leonard Katzman & Larry Hagman / Producer: Howard Lakin / Sup. Prod: Arthur Bernard Lewis /
Co-Producers: Cliff Fenneman & Mitchell Wayne Katzman
Written by Leonard Katzman
Directed by Cliff Fenneman
Director of Photography: Rick R. Gunter
*
Starring In Alphabetical Order: (opening titles)
Barbara Bel Geddes, Patrick Duffy, Linda Gray, Larry Hagman, Howard Keel, Ken Kercheval, Charlene Tilton, Sheree J. Wilson
Also Starring: (opening titles)
George Kennedy (as Carter McKay), Cathy Podewell (as Cally Harper), Audrey Landers (entry as Afton Cooper)
and Ian McShane (as Don Lockwood)
*
(end credits)
Guest Stars:
David Healy as Chick Harvard, Kathryn Lee Scott as Bunny Harvard, Gunnar Helstrom as Rolf Brundin, Ken Swofford as Sheriff Burnside,
Bonnie Burroughs as Alison Kincaid, Leon B. Stevens as Dr. Unger, Lillian Lehman as The Nanny,
Omri Katz as John Ross Ewing, III, Joshua Harris as Christopher Ewing

Co-Starring:
Roseanna Christiansen as Teresa, Jenna Pangburn as Pamela Rebecca Cooper
(No Featuring Cast)
Synopsis:
J.R., Cally and Bobby travel to the charmingly beautiful town of Salzburg, Austria.

12.23 (304) Dallas: THE SOUND OF MONEY
28Apr89 CBS / prod. no. 445023
Exec Prods: Leonard Katzman & Larry Hagman / Producer: Howard Lakin / Sup. Prod: Arthur Bernard Lewis /
Co-Producers: Cliff Fenneman & Mitchell Wayne Katzman
Written by Mitchell Wayne Katzman
Directed by Russ Mayberry (NOT Irving J. Moore)
Director of Photography: Rick R. Gunter
*
Starring In Alphabetical Order: (opening titles)
Barbara Bel Geddes, Patrick Duffy, Linda Gray, Larry Hagman, Howard Keel, Ken Kercheval, Charlene Tilton, Sheree J. Wilson
Also Starring: (opening titles)
George Kennedy (as Carter McKay), Andrew Stevens (as Casey Denault), Cathy Podewell (as Cally Harper)
and William Smithers (as Jeremy Wendell)
*
(end credits)
Guest Stars:
Cliff Potts as Boaz Harper, Sherman Howard as Japhet Harper, Warren Kemmerling as Sheriff Hanks, William H. Bassett as Gurney,
Omri Katz as John Ross Ewing, III, Joshua Harris as Christopher Ewing

Co-Starring:
Joseph Chapman as Roger Burke, Sherril Lynn Rettino as Jackie
Featuring:
Peyton Park as Caleb, James Harrell as Justice of the Peace, Lucky Mosley as Deputy, Ken Paige as Salesman, Deborah Marie Taylor as Debbie,
Kehly Sloane as Kelly, Tony Garcia as Raoul, Lacy Wayne as Pilot, Charles Carroll as Guard, Steve Novak as Bartender
Synopsis:
The Ewings head off to Vienna in their battle for the coveted European oil contract.

12.24 (305) Dallas: THE GREAT TEXAS WALTZ
5May89 CBS / prod. no. 445024
Exec Prods: Leonard Katzman & Larry Hagman / Producer: Howard Lakin / Sup. Prod: Arthur Bernard Lewis /
Co-Producers: Cliff Fenneman & Mitchell Wayne Katzman
Written by Howard Lakin
Directed by Linda Gray
Director of Photography: Rick R. Gunter
*
Starring In Alphabetical Order: (opening titles)
Barbara Bel Geddes, Patrick Duffy, Linda Gray, Larry Hagman, Howard Keel, Ken Kercheval, Charlene Tilton, Sheree J. Wilson
Also Starring: (opening titles)
George Kennedy (as Carter McKay), Cathy Podewell (as Cally Harper), Audrey Landers (as Afton Cooper)
and Ian McShane (as Don Lockwood)
*
(end credits)
Guest Stars:
David Healy as Chick Harvard, Kathryn Lee Scott as Bunny Harvard, Gunnar Helstrom as Rolf Brundin
Ron Canada as Dave Wallace, Omri Katz as John Ross Ewing, III, Joshua Harris as Christopher Ewing

and
Gayle Hunnicutt as Vanessa Beaumont (entry)
Co-Starring:
William Long, Jr. as Sheriff Tinsley, Crystal Carson as "Sue Ellen", Roseanna Christiansen as Teresa, Deborah Marie Taylor as Debbie
(No Featuring Cast)
Synopsis:
In the romantic city of Vienna, Vanessa Beaumont, the only woman to ever break J.R. Ewing's heart,
forces him to choose between her and his love for Cally.

12.25 (306) Dallas: MISSION TO MOSCOW
12May89 CBS / prod. no. 445025
Exec Prods: Leonard Katzman & Larry Hagman / Producer: Howard Lakin / Sup. Prod: Arthur Bernard Lewis /
Co-Producers: Cliff Fenneman & Mitchell Wayne Katzman
Written by Leonard Katzman
Directed by Michael Preece
Director of Photography: Rick R. Gunter
*
Starring In Alphabetical Order: (opening titles)
Barbara Bel Geddes, Patrick Duffy, Linda Gray, Larry Hagman, Howard Keel, Ken Kercheval, Charlene Tilton, Sheree J. Wilson
Also Starring: (opening titles)
George Kennedy (as Carter McKay), Cathy Podewell (as Cally Harper), Audrey Landers (as Afton Cooper)
and Ian McShane (as Don Lockwood)
*
(end credits)
Guest Stars:
Ron Canada as Dave Wallace, Lillian Lehman as The Nanny, Alan McRae as "J.R.", Richard Minchenberg as Jerry Zeigler
Omri Katz as John Ross Ewing, III, Joshua Harris as Christopher Ewing

and
Gayle Hunnicutt as Vanessa Beaumont
Co-Starring:
Sherril Lynn Rettino as Jackie, Eve Brent as "Miss Ellie", Crystal Carson as "Sue Ellen", Manny Suarez as The Assistant Director
(No Featuring Cast)
Synopsis:
America's most infamous capitalist, J.R. Ewing, travels to the mecca of communism, Moscow.

12.26 (307) Dallas: THE REEL LIFE (copyright title) (not "The Real Life") (season 12 finale)
19May89 CBS / prod. no. 445026
Exec Prods: Leonard Katzman & Larry Hagman / Producer: Howard Lakin / Sup. Prod: Arthur Bernard Lewis /
Co-Producers: Cliff Fenneman & Mitchell Wayne Katzman
Written by Arthur Bernard Lewis and Howard Lakin
Directed by Irving J. Moore
Director of Photography: Rick R. Gunter
*
Starring In Alphabetical Order: (opening titles)
Barbara Bel Geddes, Patrick Duffy, Linda Gray, Larry Hagman, Howard Keel, Ken Kercheval, Charlene Tilton, Sheree J. Wilson
Also Starring: (opening titles)
George Kennedy (as Carter McKay), Cathy Podewell (as Cally Harper), and Ian McShane (as Don Lockwood)
*
(end credits)
(to be verified)
Synopsis:
After their return to Dallas, April and Bobby try to keep their European romance going.

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