CTVA US Drama - "Dallas" Season 13 (1989-90)

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Season 13 (1989-90)
Episode Guide compiled by The Classic TV Archive
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 CBS Fridays 9:00-10:00pm Eastern
Lorimar Television production /
Warner Brothers Television, a division of Time Warner Entertainment Company,
(formerly known as Lorimar Television)
Exec Prods: Leonard Katzman & Larry Hagman / Supervising Producer: Howard Lakin
Co-Executive Producer: Ken Horton / Producer: Cliff Fenneman / Co-Producer: Mitchell Wayne Katzman
Associate Producers: Frank W. Katzman, John Rettino
Executive-In-Charge of Production: R. Robert Rosenbaum
Director of Photography: Rick R. Gunter
prod. nos. 445601 to 445626

13.1 (308) Dallas: PHANTOM OF THE OIL RIG
22Sep89 CBS / prod. no. 445601
Exec Prods: Leonard Katzman & Larry Hagman / Supervising Producer: Howard Lakin
Co-Executive Producer: Ken Horton / Producer: Cliff Fenneman / Co-Producer: Mitchell Wayne Katzman
Associate Producers: Frank W. Katzman, John Retino
Written by Howard Lakin
Directed by Irving J. Moore
*
Starring In Alphabetical Order: (opening titles)
Barbara Bel Geddes, Patrick Duffy, Kimberly Foster (entry), (NOT Linda Gray), Larry Hagman, Howard Keel, George Kennedy
Ken Kercheval, Cathy Podewell, Charlene Tilton, Sheree J. Wilson
*
(end credits)
Guest Stars:
Michael Wilding as Alex Barton, Lance Le Gault as Al Halliday, Gunnar Hellstrom as Rolf Brundin, Don Starr as Jordan Lee,
Joey Aresco as Boomer, Cliff Bemis as Mr. Shaughnessy, Thom McFadden as Doug Snyder, Jack Rader as Pete Reuther,
Deborah Rennard as Sly, Joshua Harris as Christopher Ewing, Ben Rawnsley as Patterson

and
J. Eddie Peck as Tommy McKay
Co-Starring:
William Forward as Gary Brenner, Deborah Tranelli as Phyllis, Sherril Lynn Rettino as Jackie, Pat Colbert as Dora Mae,
Danone Simpson as Kendall, Deborah Marie Taylor as Debbie
(No Featuring Cast)
Synopsis:
A raging J.R. Ewing is consumed with vengeance after Sue Ellen blackmails him with her threatening motion picture.

13.2 (309) Dallas: THE LEOPARD'S SPOTS
22Sep89 CBS / prod .no. 445602
Exec Prods: Leonard Katzman & Larry Hagman / Supervising Producer: Howard Lakin
Co-Executive Producer: Ken Horton / Producer: Cliff Fenneman / Co-Producer: Mitchell Wayne Katzman
Associate Producers: Frank W. Katzman, John Retino
Written by Leonard Katzman
Directed by Michael Preece (NOT Irving J. Moore)
*
Starring In Alphabetical Order: (opening titles)
Barbara Bel Geddes, Patrick Duffy, Kimberly Foster, (NOT Linda Gray), Larry Hagman, Howard Keel, George Kennedy
Ken Kercheval, Cathy Podewell, Charlene Tilton, Sheree J. Wilson
Also Starring: (opening titles)
Audrey Landers (as Afton Cooper)
*
(end credits)
Guest Stars:
Michael Wilding as Alex Barton, Andrew Prine as Harrison Van Buren, III, Ron Canada as Dave Wallace, Fern Fitzgerald as Marilee Stone,
Joey Aresco as Boomer, Cliff Bemis as Mr. Shaughnessy, Jack Rader as Pete Reuther, Craig Richard Nelson as Lee Miller
Deborah Rennard as Sly, Paul Eiding as Father Malllory, James Harper as Walter Kazmayer

and
J. Eddie Peck as Tommy McKay
Co-Starring:
Ben Rawnsley as Patterson, Deborah Tranelli as Phyllis, Sherril Lynn Rettino as Jackie, Danone Simpson as Kendall, Hal Riddle as Mr. Deavers,
Tom Lahm as Tom, Brian Moore as Mr. Edwards, John Trip as Howie, Layla Bias Galloway as Housekeeper
Featuring:
Rueben Grundy as Hotel Clerk, Julie Tea as Hostess
Synopsis:
Miss Ellie and Clayton go to New England to resolve the mystery of the key

13.3 (310) Dallas: CRY ME A RIVER OF OIL
29Sep89 CBS / prod. no. 445603
Exec Prods: Leonard Katzman & Larry Hagman / Supervising Producer: Howard Lakin
Co-Executive Producer: Ken Horton / Producer: Cliff Fenneman / Co-Producer: Mitchell Wayne Katzman
Associate Producers: Frank W. Katzman, John Retino
Written by Lisa Seidman
Directed by Dwight Adair
*
Starring In Alphabetical Order: (opening titles)
Barbara Bel Geddes, Patrick Duffy, Kimberly Foster, (NOT Linda Gray), Larry Hagman, Howard Keel, George Kennedy
Ken Kercheval, Cathy Podewell, Charlene Tilton, Sheree J. Wilson
(NO Also Starring: (opening titles)
*
(end credits)
Guest Stars:
Michael Wilding as Alex Barton, Lance Le Gault as Al Halliday, Gunnar Hellstrom as Rolf Brundin, Don Starr as Jordan Lee,
Joey Aresco as Boomer, Cliff Bemis as Mr. Shaughnessy, Thom McFadden as Doug Snyder, Jack Rader as Pete Reuther,
Deborah Rennard as Sly, Joshua Harris as Christopher Ewing, Ben Rawnsley as Patterson

and
J. Eddie Peck as Tommy McKay
Co-Starring:
William Forward as Gary Brenner, Deborah Tranelli as Phyllis, Sherril Lynn Rettino as Jackie, Pat Colbert as Dora Mae,
Danone Simpson as Kendall, Deborah Marie Taylor as Debbie
(No Featuring Cast)
Synopsis:
Having gone behind brother Bobby's back in stretching Ewing Oil too thin,
J.R. frantically scrambles to secure enough oil to meet a potentially deadly deadline.

13.4 (311) Dallas: KA-BOOOOOM!
6Oct89 CBS / prod. no. 445604
Exec Prods: Leonard Katzman & Larry Hagman / Supervising Producer: Howard Lakin
Co-Executive Producer: Ken Horton / Producer: Cliff Fenneman / Co-Producer: Mitchell Wayne Katzman
Associate Producers: Frank W. Katzman, John Retino
Written by Louella Lee Caraway
Directed by Michael Preece
*
Starring In Alphabetical Order: (opening titles)
Barbara Bel Geddes, Patrick Duffy, Kimberly Foster, (NOT Linda Gray), Larry Hagman, Howard Keel, George Kennedy
Ken Kercheval, Cathy Podewell, Charlene Tilton, Sheree J. Wilson
(NO Also Starring: (opening titles)
*
(end credits)
Guest Stars:
Michael Wilding as Alex Barton, Lance Le Gault as Al Halliday, Joey Aresco as Boomer, Gloria Henry as Mrs. Ona Evander,
Jeri Gaile as Rose Daniels, 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:
William Forward as Gary Brenner, Deborah Tranelli as Phyllis, Sherril Lynn Rettino as Jackie, Pat Colbert as Dora Mae,
Roseanna Christiansen as Teresa, Danone Simpson as Kendall, Deborah Marie Taylor as Debbie, Sally Champlin as Secretary
(No Featuring Cast)
Synopsis:
Seeking revenge, Tommy Mckay plants an explosive device in the unsuspecting Bobby's briefcase.

13.5 (312) Dallas: SUNSET, SUNRISE
13Oct89 CBS / prod. no. 445605
Exec Prods: Leonard Katzman & Larry Hagman / Supervising Producer: Howard Lakin
Co-Executive Producer: Ken Horton / Producer: Cliff Fenneman / Co-Producer: Mitchell Wayne Katzman
Associate Producers: Frank W. Katzman, John Retino
Written by Howard Lakin
Directed by Dwight Adair
*
Starring In Alphabetical Order: (opening titles)
Barbara Bel Geddes, Patrick Duffy, Kimberly Foster, (NOT Linda Gray), Larry Hagman, Howard Keel, George Kennedy
Ken Kercheval, Sasha Mitchell (entry), Cathy Podewell, Charlene Tilton, Sheree J. Wilson
Also Starring: (opening titles)
Beth Toussaint (as Tracey Lawton)
*
(end credits)
Guest Stars:
Michael Wilding as Alex Barton, Lance Le Gault as Al Halliday, Fern Fitzgerald as Marilee Stone, Cliff Bemis as Mr. Shaughnessy,
Joey Aresco as Boomer, Art Koustik as Police Captain, Deborah Rennard as Sly

and
J. Eddie Peck as Tommy McKay
Co-Starring:
Evelyn Guerrero as Nancy, Deborah Tranelli as Phyllis, Sherril Lynn Rettino as Jackie, Danone Simpson as Kendall, Del Hinkley as Minister
Featuring:
James Edward Thomas as Newscaster, Henry Kaiser as Weatherman
Synopsis:
Carter Mckay and his son Tommy have a fatal confrontation.

13.6 (313) Dallas: PRIDE AND PREJUDICE
20Oct89 CBS / prod. no. 445606
Exec Prods: Leonard Katzman & Larry Hagman / Supervising Producer: Howard Lakin
Co-Executive Producer: Ken Horton / Producer: Cliff Fenneman / Co-Producer: Mitchell Wayne Katzman
Associate Producers: Frank W. Katzman, John Retino
Written by Leonard Katzman
Directed by Michael Preece
*
Starring In Alphabetical Order: (opening titles)
Barbara Bel Geddes, Patrick Duffy, Kimberly Foster, (NOT Linda Gray), Larry Hagman, Howard Keel, George Kennedy
Ken Kercheval, Sasha Mitchell, Cathy Podewell, Charlene Tilton, Sheree J. Wilson
(NO Also Starring: (opening titles)
*
(end credits)
Guest Stars:
Michael Wilding as Alex Barton, Thom McFadden as Doug Snyder, Teddy Wilson as Clem, Deborah Rennard as Sly
Joshua Harris as Christopher Ewing, David Wiley as Sparks

and:
Gayle Hunnicutt as Vanessa Beaumont
Co-Starring:
Deborah Tranelli as Phyllis, Sherril Lynn Rettino as Jackie, Danone Simpson as Kendall,
Deborah Marie Taylor as Debbie, Amanda Vlastas as Ivy
(No Featuring Cast)
Synopsis:
Despite his arrogant attitude, new Dallasite James Richard Beaumont creates
quite an impression with J.R. and other members of the Ewing clan.

13.7 (314) Dallas: FATHERS AND OTHER STRANGERS
3Nov89 CBS / prod. no. 445607
Exec Prods: Leonard Katzman & Larry Hagman / Supervising Producer: Howard Lakin
Co-Executive Producer: Ken Horton / Producer: Cliff Fenneman / Co-Producer: Mitchell Wayne Katzman
Associate Producers: Frank W. Katzman, John Retino
Written by Lisa Seidman
Directed by Irving J. Moore.
*
Starring In Alphabetical Order: (opening titles)
Barbara Bel Geddes, Patrick Duffy, Kimberly Foster, (NOT Linda Gray), Larry Hagman, Howard Keel, George Kennedy
Ken Kercheval, Sasha Mitchell, Cathy Podewell, Charlene Tilton, Sheree J. Wilson
(NO Also Starring: (opening titles)
*
(end credits)
Guest Stars:
Hank Rolike as Neal, Bea Silvern as Sarah Ewing, Deborah Rennard as Sly, Joshua Harris as Christopher Ewing
and:
Gayle Hunnicutt as Vanessa Beaumont
Co-Starring:
Deborah Tranelli as Phyllis, Sherril Lynn Rettino as Jackie, Pat Colbert as Dora Mae, Danone Simpson as Kendall,
Julian Gamble as Stanley, James Newell as Vice President #2, Deborah Marie Taylor as Debbie, Nora Masterson as Vice President #1
Featuring:
Jan Merlin as Jacob, Barbara Beckley as Naomi, Gayle Hagen as Gertrude, Gisela Kovach as Eva, Jeff Skier as Waiter, Sylvia Brooks as Judith
Synopsis:
Vanessa Beaumont travels to Dallas to retrieve her son James, who is deciding on whether or not to make South fork his home.

13.8 (315) Dallas: BLACK TIDE
10Nov89 CBS / prod. no. 445608
Exec Prods: Leonard Katzman & Larry Hagman / Supervising Producer: Howard Lakin
Co-Executive Producer: Ken Horton / Producer: Cliff Fenneman / Co-Producer: Mitchell Wayne Katzman
Associate Producers: Frank W. Katzman, John Retino
Written by Howard Lakin
Directed by Michael Preece
*
Starring In Alphabetical Order: (opening titles)
Barbara Bel Geddes, Patrick Duffy, Kimberly Foster, (NOT Linda Gray), Larry Hagman, Howard Keel, George Kennedy
Ken Kercheval, Sasha Mitchell, Cathy Podewell, Charlene Tilton, Sheree J. Wilson
(NO Also Starring: (opening titles)
*
(end credits)
Guest Stars:
Lance Le Gault as Al Halliday, Jack Rader as Pete Reuther, Fred Holliday as Atherton, Deborah Rennard as Sly
and:
Gayle Hunnicutt as Vanessa Beaumont
Co-Starring:
Deborah Tranelli as Phyllis, Sherril Lynn Rettino as Jackie, Pat Colbert as Dora Mae, Danone Simpson as Kendall
Dick McGarvin as Refinery Owner, Scott LaRose as Comedian, Deborah Marie Taylor as Debbie
Featuring:
Glenn Hirsch as Reporter #1, Tim Hutchinson as Reporter #2
Synopsis:
J.R.'s delight at discovering that James is his son is short-lived upon the interruption of an even bigger bombshell

13.9 (316) Dallas: DADDY DEAREST
17Nov89 CBS / prod. no. 445609
Exec Prods: Leonard Katzman & Larry Hagman / Supervising Producer: Howard Lakin
Co-Executive Producer: Ken Horton / Producer: Cliff Fenneman / Co-Producer: Mitchell Wayne Katzman
Associate Producers: Frank W. Katzman, John Retino
Written by Mitchell Wayne Katzman
Directed by Irving J. Moore
*
Starring In Alphabetical Order: (opening titles)
Barbara Bel Geddes, Patrick Duffy, Kimberly Foster, (NOT Linda Gray), Larry Hagman, Howard Keel, George Kennedy
Ken Kercheval, Sasha Mitchell, Cathy Podewell, Charlene Tilton, Sheree J. Wilson
(NO Also Starring: (opening titles)
*
(end credits)
Guest Stars:
Michael Wilding as Alex Barton, George O. Petrie as Harv Smithfield, Fern Fitzgerald as Marilee Stone, Craig Littler as Senator Polkinghorne,
Fred Holliday as Atherton, Omri Katz as John Ross Ewing, III, Deborah Rennard as Sly

Co-Starring:
James Bartz as Reporter #1, Deborah Tranelli as Phyllis, Sherril Lynn Rettino as Jackie, Archie Lang as Senator Lee,
Buck Young as Senator Cawley, Danone Simpson as Kendall, Deborah Marie Taylor as Debbie
Featuring:
Roger La Rue as Congressman, Dan Livingston as Reidel, Patty Toy as Reporter #2
Synopsis:
In the aftermath of the oil tanker collision, Ewing Oil finds itself under
fire from the press, environmental groups and Cliff Barnes' investigative committee.

13.10 (317) Dallas: HELL'S FURY
1Dec89 CBS / prod. no. 445610
Exec Prods: Leonard Katzman & Larry Hagman / Supervising Producer: Howard Lakin
Co-Executive Producer: Ken Horton / Producer: Cliff Fenneman / Co-Producer: Mitchell Wayne Katzman
Written by Lisa Seidman
Directed by Patrick Duffy
*
Starring In Alphabetical Order: (opening titles)
Barbara Bel Geddes, Patrick Duffy, Kimberly Foster, (NOT Linda Gray), Larry Hagman, Howard Keel, George Kennedy
Ken Kercheval, Sasha Mitchell, Cathy Podewell, Charlene Tilton, Sheree J. Wilson
Also Starring: (opening titles)
Karen Kopins (as Kay Lloyd)
*
(end credits)
Guest Stars:
Michael Wilding as Alex Barton, Lee de Broux as Jack Bouleris, J. Jay Saunders as George Middleton, Deborah Rennard as Sly,
Ellen Geer as Mrs. Bouleris, Omri Katz as John Ross Ewing, III, Joshua Harris as Christopher Ewing

And:
Leslie Bevis as Diana Farrington
Co-Starring:
Bill McIntyre as Billy Joe Bates, Deborah Tranelli as Phyllis, Sherril Lynn Rettino as Jackie, Roseanna Christiansen as Teresa,
Archie Lang as Senator Lee, Danone Simpson as Kendall, Matt McKenzie as Mark Randazzo, John C. Colton as Bernard Gaynes
(No Featuring Cast)
Synopsis:
Cally's rosy world is shattered when she spies J.R. with a familiar other woman.

13.11 (318) Dallas: CALLY ON A HOT TIN ROOF
8Dec89 CBS / prod. no. 445611
Exec Prods: Leonard Katzman & Larry Hagman / Supervising Producer: Howard Lakin
Co-Executive Producer: Ken Horton / Producer: Cliff Fenneman / Co-Producer: Mitchell Wayne Katzman
Written by Howard Lakin
Directed by Larry Hagman
*
Starring In Alphabetical Order: (opening titles)
Barbara Bel Geddes, Patrick Duffy, Kimberly Foster, (NOT Linda Gray), Larry Hagman, Howard Keel, George Kennedy
Ken Kercheval, Sasha Mitchell, Cathy Podewell, Charlene Tilton, Sheree J. Wilson
Also Starring: (opening titles)
Karen Kopins (as Kay Lloyd)
*
(end credits)
Guest Stars:
Michael Wilding as Alex Barton, J. Jay Saunders as George Middleton, Tom Fuccello as Dave Culver, Deborah Rennard as Sly
And:
Leslie Bevis as Diana Farrington
Co-Starring:
Bill McIntyre as Billy Joe Bates, Sherril Lynn Rettino as Jackie, Archie Lang as Senator Lee, Danone Simpson as Kendall,
Ed Quinlan as Charles Farrington, James Newell as Vice President #2, John Hoge as Ratagan, Deborah Marie Taylor as Debbie
Nora Masterson as Vice President #1, Marla Maples as Maggie, Stephen Branigan as Brick
Featuring:
Rick Johnson as Roger, Deprise Brescia as Lolita #1, Tiffany Ann as Lolita #2
Synopsis:
Cally unleashes the wrath of J.R. after she angrily confronts both him and Michelle about their supposed liaison.

13.12 (319) Dallas: SEX, LIES AND VIDEOTAPE
15Dec89 CBS / prod no. 445612
Exec Prods: Leonard Katzman & Larry Hagman / Supervising Producer: Howard Lakin
Co-Executive Producer: Ken Horton / Producer: Cliff Fenneman / Co-Producer: Mitchell Wayne Katzman
Written by Leonard Katzman
Directed by Cliff Fenneman
*
Starring In Alphabetical Order: (opening titles)
Barbara Bel Geddes, Patrick Duffy, Kimberly Foster, (NOT Linda Gray), Larry Hagman, Howard Keel, George Kennedy
Ken Kercheval, Sasha Mitchell, Cathy Podewell, Charlene Tilton, Sheree J. Wilson
Also Starring: (opening titles)
Karen Kopins (as Kay Lloyd)
*
(end credits)
Guest Stars:
Lee de Broux as Jack Bouleris, Jeri Gale as Rose Daniels, J. Jay Saunders as George Middleton, Deborah Rennard as Sly,
Robert Pierce as Medic #1, Danny Goldring as Dick Atlesley, Omri Katz as John Ross Ewing, III, Joshua Harris as Christopher Ewing

And:
Leslie Bevis as Diana Farrington
Co-Starring:
Bill McIntyre as Billy Joe Bates, Deborah Tranelli as Phyllis, Sherril Lynn Rettino as Jackie, Jon Menick as Mr. Stocker,
Dan Gerrity as Bartender Mike, Archie Lang as Senator Lee, Danone Simpson as Kendall, Barbara Perry as Ms. Perkins
Synopsis:
April and Bobby's relationship ices over as his reunion with Kay heats up.

13.13 (320) Dallas: A TALE OF TWO CITIES
5Jan90 CBS / prod. no. 445613
Exec Prods: Leonard Katzman & Larry Hagman / Supervising Producer: Howard Lakin
Co-Executive Producer: Ken Horton / Producer: Cliff Fenneman / Co-Producer: Mitchell Wayne Katzman
Written by Arthur Bernard Lewis
Directed by Leonard Katzman
*
Starring In Alphabetical Order: (opening titles)
Barbara Bel Geddes, Patrick Duffy, Kimberly Foster, (NOT Linda Gray), Larry Hagman, Howard Keel, George Kennedy
Ken Kercheval, Sasha Mitchell, Cathy Podewell, Charlene Tilton, Sheree J. Wilson
NO Also Starring: (opening titles)
*
(end credits)
Guest Stars:
Jeri Gaile as Rose McKay, Gloria Henry as Mrs. Evander, John Makon as Captain Holgar, Gregory Walcott as Com. Jedediah Joyce
And:
Leslie Bevis as Diana Farrington
Co-Starring:
Bill McIntyre as Billy Joe Bates, Sherril Lynn Rettino as Jackie, Spencer Garrett as Ensign Malley, Evelyn Guerrero as Nancy,
Audre Johnston as Mrs. Harding, Dianne Turley Travis as Mrs. Wilson
Featuring:
Carla Beachcomber as Carla, Gordon C. Greene as Desk Clerk, Paul Ivy as Art Patron
Synopsis:
An overly honorable James ends up the victim after he puts himself in the middle of a personal collision between Cally and the philandering J.R.

13.14 (321) Dallas: JUDGMENT DAY (not verified)
12Jan90 CBS / prod. no. 445614
Directed by Patrick Duffy
Synopsis:
As the investigative committee convenes, the fate of Ewing Oil rests with a troubled, but ambitious Cliff Barnes.

13.15 (322) Dallas: UNCHAIN MY HEART
19Jan90 CBS / prod. no. 445615
Exec Prods: Leonard Katzman & Larry Hagman / Supervising Producer: Howard Lakin
Co-Executive Producer: Ken Horton / Producer: Cliff Fenneman / Co-Producer: Mitchell Wayne Katzman
Written by Jackie Zabel & Bryce Zabe
Directed by Irving J. Moore
*
Starring In Alphabetical Order: (opening titles)
Barbara Bel Geddes, Lesley-Anne Down (entry), Patrick Duffy, Kimberly Foster, (NOT Linda Gray), Larry Hagman, Howard Keel, George Kennedy
Ken Kercheval, Sasha Mitchell, Cathy Podewell, Charlene Tilton, Sheree J. Wilson
NO Also Starring: (opening titles)
*
(end credits)
Guest Stars:
Margaret Michaels as Jeanne O'Brien, Jeri Gaile as Rose McKay, Matthew Faison as Stanton Drake, Charles Stratton as Clarence Melville
Jack Rader as Pete Reuther, Fred Holliday as Atherton, Omri Katz as John Ross Ewing, III

Co-Starring:
Deborah Tranelli as Phyllis, Sherril Lynn Rettino as Jackie, Pat Colbert as Dora Mae, Danone Simpson as Kendall,
Freddie Dawson as Floor Director, John Gowans as Owner #1, Ken Smolka as Baker, Brittain Frye as Gary, Edward Jackman as Phone Repairman,
Timothy O'Hagan as Stephen Daitch, Richard Gallery as Ralph, Deborah Marie Taylor as Debbie
Featuring:
Louis Rivera as Delivery Boy, Ken Katsumoto as Waiter
Synopsis:
Frustrated at just being the "man of the hour," Cliff is ripe pickings for high-powered public relations expert Stephanie Rogers.

13.16 (323) Dallas: I DREAM OF JEANNIE
2Feb90 CBS / prod. no. 445616
Exec Prods: Leonard Katzman & Larry Hagman / Supervising Producer: Howard Lakin
Co-Executive Producer: Ken Horton / Producer: Cliff Fenneman / Co-Producer: Mitchell Wayne Katzman
Written by Lisa Seidman
Directed by Cliff Fenneman
*
Starring In Alphabetical Order: (opening titles)
Barbara Bel Geddes, Lesley-Anne Down, Patrick Duffy, Kimberly Foster, (NOT Linda Gray), Larry Hagman, Howard Keel, George Kennedy
Ken Kercheval, Sasha Mitchell, Cathy Podewell, Charlene Tilton, Sheree J. Wilson
Also Starring: (opening titles)
Denver Pyle (as Blackie Callahan)
*
(end credits)
Guest Stars:
Margaret Michaels as Jeanne O'Brien, John Shepard as Andy Gilmore, Chris Weatherhead as Meg Callahan, Matthew Faison as Stanton Drake,
Troy Evans as Warden Beckman, Bruce Gray as Richard Mertz, Leslie Neale as Sheryl Thompson, Dennis Robertson as Fred Morton,
Omri Katz as John Ross Ewing, III, Joshua Harris as Christopher Ewing

Co-Starring:
Sherril Lynn Rettino as Jackie, Joe Faust as Gordon Wickstrom, John Hoge as Ratagan, Deborah Marie Taylor as Debbie, Ron Ray as Doorman
No Featuring Cast:
Synopsis:
A mesmerized Bobby chases after the phantom woman that could be his beloved ex-wife Pam.

13.17 (324) Dallas: AFTER MIDNIGHT
9Feb90 CBS / prod. no. 445617
Exec Prods: Leonard Katzman & Larry Hagman / Supervising Producer: Howard Lakin
Co-Executive Producer: Ken Horton / Producer: Cliff Fenneman / Co-Producer: Mitchell Wayne Katzman
Written by Howard Lakin
Directed by Ken Kercheval
*
Starring In Alphabetical Order: (opening titles)
Barbara Bel Geddes, Lesley-Anne Down, Patrick Duffy, Kimberly Foster, (NOT Linda Gray), Larry Hagman, Howard Keel, George Kennedy
Ken Kercheval, Sasha Mitchell, Cathy Podewell, Charlene Tilton, Sheree J. Wilson
Also Starring: (opening titles)
Denver Pyle (as Blackie Callahan)
*
(end credits)
Guest Stars:
Margaret Michaels as Jeanne O'Brien, Claude Earl Jones as Duke Carlisle, Shawn Modrell as Melinda Carlisle,
Richard Narita as Eugene Inagaki, Leslie Neale as Sheryl Thompson

Co-Starring:
Deborah Tranelli as Phyllis, Sherril Lynn Rettino as Jackie, Danone Simpson as Kendall, Patti Been as Wife, Ed Berke as Husband
Featuring:
John McKinney as VIP #1, Stephen Landis as VIP #2
Synopsis:
Bobby finds himself becoming obsessed with Pam's look-alike Jeanne O'Brien.

13.18 (325) Dallas: THE CRUCIBLE
16Feb90 CBS / prod. no. 445618
Exec Prods: Leonard Katzman & Larry Hagman / Supervising Producer: Howard Lakin
Co-Executive Producer: Ken Horton / Producer: Cliff Fenneman / Co-Producer: Mitchell Wayne Katzman
Written by Leonard Katzman
Directed by Larry Hagman
*
Starring In Alphabetical Order: (opening titles)
Barbara Bel Geddes, Lesley-Anne Down, Patrick Duffy, Kimberly Foster, (NOT Linda Gray), Larry Hagman, Howard Keel, George Kennedy
Ken Kercheval, Sasha Mitchell, Cathy Podewell, Charlene Tilton, Sheree J. Wilson
No Also Starring: (opening titles)
*
(end credits)
Guest Stars:
Margaret Michaels as Jeanne O'Brien, Claude Earl Jones as Duke Carlisle, John Larch as Arlen/ Atticus Ward,
Charles Cooper as Curley Morrison, Eddie Firestone as Robert "Rabbit" Hutch, Shawn Modrell as Melinda Carlisle,
Richard Narita as Eugene Inagaki, Omri Katz as John Ross Ewing, III, Joshua Harris as Christopher Ewing
Co-Starring:
Deborah Tranelli as Phyllis, Sherril Lynn Rettino as Jackie, Bill Saito as Hiro Tanaka,Kirk Scott as Mr. Spangler,
Deborah Marie Taylor as Debbie, Nancy Priddy as Virginia
Synopsis:
Father and son come to blows when J.R. humiliates James by interceding on his behalf in a business deal.

13.19 (326) Dallas: DEAR HEARTS AND GENTLE PEOPLE
23Feb90 CBS / prod. no. 445619
Exec Prods: Leonard Katzman & Larry Hagman / Supervising Producer: Howard Lakin
Co-Executive Producer: Ken Horton / Producer: Cliff Fenneman / Co-Producer: Mitchell Wayne Katzman
Written by Louella Lee Caraway
Directed by Irving J. Moore.
*
Starring In Alphabetical Order: (opening titles)
Barbara Bel Geddes, Lesley-Anne Down, Patrick Duffy, Kimberly Foster, (NOT Linda Gray), Larry Hagman, Howard Keel, George Kennedy
Ken Kercheval, Sasha Mitchell, Cathy Podewell, Charlene Tilton, Sheree J. Wilson
No Also Starring: (opening titles)
*
(end credits)
Guest Stars:
K. Callan as Amy Stevens, John Larch as Arlen Ward, Eddie Firestone as Robert "Rabbit" Hutch,
Stephanie Blackmore as Serena Wald, Deborah Rennard as Sly, Daryl Roach as Detective Marshall

Co-Starring:
Deborah Tranelli as Phyllis, Sherril Lynn Rettino as Jackie, Roseanna Christiansen as Teresa, Read Morgan as Hap Moody, Biff Yeager as Politician #1,
Danone Simpson as Kendall, Edwin Fuller as Politican #2, Deborah Marie Taylor as Debbie, Andrew Amador as Newscaster
(No Featuring Cast)
Synopsis:
Cliff Barnes' star continues to rise in the political world -- further raising the ire of J.R. Ewing.

13.20 (327) Dallas: PARADISE LOST
9Mar90 CBS / prod. no. 445620
Exec Prods: Leonard Katzman & Larry Hagman / Supervising Producer: Howard Lakin
Co-Executive Producer: Ken Horton / Producer: Cliff Fenneman / Co-Producer: Mitchell Wayne Katzman
Written by Lisa Seidman
Directed by Patrick Duffy
*
Starring In Alphabetical Order: (opening titles)
Barbara Bel Geddes, Lesley-Anne Down, Patrick Duffy, Kimberly Foster, (NOT Linda Gray), Larry Hagman, Howard Keel, George Kennedy
Ken Kercheval, Sasha Mitchell, Cathy Podewell, Charlene Tilton, Sheree J. Wilson
No Also Starring: (opening titles)
*
(end credits)
Guest Stars:
K. Callan as Amy Stevens, Don Galloway as Patrick Knelman, John Larch as Arlen Ward, Lisa Slaon as Beth Rutgers, Eugene Robert Glazer as Phil Rogers,
Stephanie Blackmore as Serena Wald, Deborah Rennard as Sly, Joseph G. Medalis as Rand, Jerry Potter as Ken Morton, Barney McFadden as Bruce Burns,
Daryl Roach as Detective Marshall, Len Wayland as Lefty Simmons, Omri Katz as John Ross Ewing, III, Joshua Harris as Christopher Ewing

Co-Starring:
Taaffe O'Connell as Honey North, Pat Colbert as Nora Mae, Tom Finnegan as Ed Connors, Deborah Marie Taylor as Debbie, Mick Regan as Scott Rutgers
Featuring:
Dean Briggs as Sales clerk, Kurt Andon as Maitre D', Daniel Wilson as Scott, Jr.
Synopsis:
J.R. devises an ingenious plan to rid Cally from his life.

13.21 (328) Dallas: WILL POWER
16Mar90 CBS / prod. no. 445621
Exec Prods: Leonard Katzman & Larry Hagman / Supervising Producer: Howard Lakin
Co-Executive Producer: Ken Horton / Producer: Cliff Fenneman / Co-Producer: Mitchell Wayne Katzman
Written by Kenneth Horton
Directed by Larry Hagman
*
Starring In Alphabetical Order: (opening titles)
Barbara Bel Geddes, Lesley-Anne Down, Patrick Duffy, Kimberly Foster, (NOT Linda Gray), Larry Hagman, Howard Keel, George Kennedy
Ken Kercheval, Sasha Mitchell, Cathy Podewell, Charlene Tilton, Sheree J. Wilson
No Also Starring: (opening titles)
*
(end credits)
Guest Stars:
K. Callan as Amy Stevens, Don Galloway as Patrick Knelman, John Larch as Arlen Ward, Claudette Nevins as Lizzie Burns, Taffe O'Connell as Honey North,
Stephanie Blackmore as Serena Wald, Daryl Roach as Detective Marshall, Patrick Cronin as Al Ludecello, Deborah Rennard as Sly, Mary D'Arcy as Nancy Ann,
Eric Poppick as Dave, Frank Papia as Reynolds, Omri Katz as John Ross Ewing, III, Joshua Harris as Christopher Ewing

Co-Starring:
Deborah Tranelli as Phyllis, Sherril Lynn Rettino as Jackie, Pat Colbert as Dora Mae, Tessa Richarde as Katie Lynn, Diana James as Carol Sue,
Danone Simpson as Kendall, Kirk Scott as Spangler, John Hoge as Ratagan, Deborah Marie Taylor as Debbie, Paige Pengra as Gate Attendant,
Nancy Priddy as Virginia
(No Featuring Cast)
Synopsis:
J.R. is forced to resort to desperate measures when Cally vows to make their marriage work.

13.22 (329) Dallas: THE SMILING COBRA
30Mar90 CBS / prod. no. 445622
Exec Prods: Leonard Katzman & Larry Hagman / Supervising Producer: Howard Lakin
Co-Executive Producer: Ken Horton / Producer: Cliff Fenneman / Co-Producer: Mitchell Wayne Katzman
Written by Howard Lakin
Directed by Cliff Fenneman
*
Starring In Alphabetical Order: (opening titles)
Barbara Bel Geddes, Lesley-Anne Down, Patrick Duffy, Kimberly Foster, (NOT Linda Gray), Larry Hagman, Howard Keel, George Kennedy
Ken Kercheval, Sasha Mitchell, Cathy Podewell, Charlene Tilton, Sheree J. Wilson
No Also Starring: (opening titles)
*
(end credits)
Guest Stars:
Don Galloway as Patrick Knelman, John Larch as Atticus Ward, Stephanie Blackmore as Serena Wald, Jerry Potter as Ken Morton,
Tony Rizzoli as Schmidt, Len Wayland as Lefty Simmons, Omri Katz as John Ross Ewing, III, Joshua Harris as Christopher Ewing

Co-Starring:
Dick McGarvin as Newscaster, Kirk Scott as Mr. Spangler, Deborah Marie Taylor as Debbie, John Cassese as Personal Trainer
(No Featuring Cast)
Synopsis:
Cally and James pull closer together in an effort to fend off J.R.'s evil ways.

13.23 (330) Dallas: JESSICA REDUX
6Apr90 CBS / prod. no. 445623
Exec Prods: Leonard Katzman & Larry Hagman / Supervising Producer: Howard Lakin
Co-Executive Producer: Ken Horton / Producer: Cliff Fenneman / Co-Producer: Mitchell Wayne Katzman
Written by Leonard Katzman
Directed by Irving J. Moore
*
Starring In Alphabetical Order: (opening titles)
Barbara Bel Geddes, Lesley-Anne Down, Patrick Duffy, Kimberly Foster, (NOT Linda Gray), Larry Hagman, Howard Keel, George Kennedy
Ken Kercheval, Sasha Mitchell, Cathy Podewell, Charlene Tilton, Sheree J. Wilson
Also Starring: (opening titles)
Alexis Smith (as Jessica Montfort)
*
(end credits)
Guest Stars:
Richard Narita as Eugene Inagaki, Daryl Roach as Detective Marshall, Omri Katz as John Ross Ewing, III, Charles Kahlenberg as Dr. Kohler
Co-Starring:
Deborah Tranelli as Phyllis, Sherril Lynn Rettino as Jackie, Roseanna Christiansen as Teresa, Michael Francis Clarke as Policeman
Armand Asselin as Mouse, John Hoge as Ratagan, Pierre Mannasse as Andre, Deborah Marie Taylor as Debbie
Synopsis:
Evil J.R. is at his worst as he looks to destroy his wife; tear down Cliff Barnes' career; manipulate his son's future; and protect his mother Ellie.

13.24 (331) Dallas: FAMILY PLOT
13Apr90 CBS / prod. no. 445624
Exec Prods: Leonard Katzman & Larry Hagman / Supervising Producer: Howard Lakin
Co-Executive Producer: Ken Horton / Producer: Cliff Fenneman / Co-Producer: Mitchell Wayne Katzman
Written by Lisa Seidman
Directed by Patrick Duffy
*
Starring In Alphabetical Order: (opening titles)
Barbara Bel Geddes, Lesley-Anne Down, Patrick Duffy, Kimberly Foster, (NOT Linda Gray), Larry Hagman, Howard Keel, George Kennedy
Ken Kercheval, Sasha Mitchell, Cathy Podewell, Charlene Tilton, Sheree J. Wilson
Also Starring: (opening titles)
Alexis Smith (as Jessica Montfort)
*
(end credits)
Guest Stars:
Don Galloway as Patrick Knelman, Richard Narita as Eugene Inagaki, Stephanie Blackmore as Serena Wald, Deborah Rennard as Sly
Daryl Roach as Detective Marshall, Omri Katz as John Ross Ewing, III, Joshua Harris as Christopher Ewing

Co-Starring:
Sherril Lynn Rettino as Jackie, Danone Simpson as Kendall, Michael Francis Clarke as Policeman
(No Featuring Cast)
Synopsis:
Cally and James are driven to vow revenge against the man they both vehemently hate -- J.R. Ewing.

13.25(332) Dallas: THE SOUTHFORK WEDDING JINX
27Apr90 CBS / prod. no. 445625
Exec Prods: Leonard Katzman & Larry Hagman / Supervising Producer: Howard Lakin
Co-Executive Producer: Ken Horton / Producer: Cliff Fenneman / Co-Producer: Mitchell Wayne Katzman
Written by Howard Lakin
Directed by Irving J. Moore
*
Starring In Alphabetical Order: (opening titles)
Barbara Bel Geddes, Lesley-Anne Down, Patrick Duffy, Kimberly Foster, (NOT Linda Gray), Larry Hagman, Howard Keel, George Kennedy
Ken Kercheval, Sasha Mitchell, Cathy Podewell, Charlene Tilton, Sheree J. Wilson
(No Also Starring: (opening titles)
*
(end credits)
Guest Stars:
K. Callan as Amy Stevens, George O. Petrie as Harv Smithfield, Jay Gerber as Rosemont, Jeri Gaile as Rose McKay, Stephen Mendel as Walter Berman,
Al Pugliese as Orderly, Deborah Rennard as Sly, Anne Gee Byrd as Nurse Richardson, Omri Katz as John Ross Ewing, III, Joshua Harris as Christopher Ewing

and:
Barbara Stock as Liz Adams
Co-Starring:
Roseanna Christiansen as Teresa, John Hoge as Ratagan, Deborah Tranelli as Phyllis, Sherril Lynn Rettino as Jackie, Danone Simpson as Kendall
Featuring:
Alf Powers as Tailor, Gene Knight as Minister, Cameron as Stripper
Synopsis:
Another high-spirited and unpredictable South fork wedding plays hosts to April and Bobby.

13.26 (333) Dallas: THREE - THREE - THREE, Part 1
4May90 CBS/ prod. no. 445626
Exec Prods: Leonard Katzman & Larry Hagman / Supervising Producer: Howard Lakin
Co-Executive Producer: Ken Horton / Producer: Cliff Fenneman / Co-Producer: Mitchell Wayne Katzman
Written by Leonard Katzman
Directed by Leonard Katzman
*
Starring In Alphabetical Order: (opening titles)
Barbara Bel Geddes, Lesley-Anne Down, Patrick Duffy, Kimberly Foster, (NOT Linda Gray), Larry Hagman, Howard Keel, George Kennedy
Ken Kercheval, Sasha Mitchell, Cathy Podewell, Charlene Tilton, Sheree J. Wilson
Also Starring: (opening titles)
Alexis Smith (as Jessica Montfort)
*
(end credits)
Guest Stars:
Harold Gould as Dr Wexler, Mitch Pileggi as Morrisey, Shannon Wilcox as Anita, Jeri Gaile as Rose McKay, Liam Sullivan as Mark Allen,
Michael P. Keenan as Keller, Zane Lasky as Donia, Hugh Maguire as Goldman, Arthur Malet as Ryan, Marty Schiff as Del Greco, Deborah Rennard as Sly

and:
Barbara Stock as Liz Adams
Co-Starring:
Sherril Lynn Rettino as Jackie, Chuck Hicks as Don, Duane Davis as Tim, Larry Gurney, Jr. as Larry
(No Featuring Cast)
Synopsis:
J.R., after having secretly committed himself to an insane asylum in an effort to coerce Jessica into signing over
to him her shares of Weststar stock, discovers the path to her is littered with bizarre and dangerous patients.

13.27 (334) Dallas: THREE - THREE - THREE, Part 2 (season 13 finale)
11May90 CBS / prod. no. 445626
Exec Prods: Leonard Katzman & Larry Hagman / Supervising Producer: Howard Lakin
Co-Executive Producer: Ken Horton / Producer: Cliff Fenneman / Co-Producer: Mitchell Wayne Katzman
Written by Leonard Katzman
Directed by Leonard Katzman
*
Starring In Alphabetical Order: (opening titles)
Barbara Bel Geddes (exit), Lesley-Anne Down (exit), Patrick Duffy, Kimberly Foster, (NOT Linda Gray), Larry Hagman, Howard Keel, George Kennedy
Ken Kercheval, Sasha Mitchell, Cathy Podewell, Charlene Tilton (exit), Sheree J. Wilson
*
(end credits)
Guest Stars:
Harold Gould as Dr Wexler, Shannon Wilcox as Anita, Stephen Mendel as Walter Berman, Liam Sullivan as Mark Allen, Michael P. Keenan as Keller,
Ken Foree as Howard, Arthur Malet as Ryan,Deborah Rennard as Sly, Zane Lasky as Donia, Hugh Maguire as Goldman, Marty Schiff as Del Greco

and:
Barbara Stock as Liz Adams
Co-Starring:
Duane Davis as Tim, Katsy Chappell as Attendant #1, J.T. O'Connor as Harris, Larry Gurney, Jr. as Larry
Synopsis:
Liz and McKay decide to keep quiet about their past. In the glorious tradition of their classic season-ending cliffhangers,
the series once again leaves their viewers hanging for another summer, as J.R. is dragged screaming, into an asylum!

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