CTVA US Drama - "Dallas" Season 14 (Final Season) (1990-91)

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Season 14 (1990-91)
Episode Guide compiled by The Classic TV Archive
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#################### Dallas ##################
############## season 14 1990-91 #############
################ (final season) ##############
 CBS Fridays 10:00-11:00pm Eastern
Lorimar Television production /
Warner Brothers Television, a division of Time Warner Entertainment Company,
(formerly known as Lorimar Television)
prod. nos. 446150 to 446172
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 Ernest Rettino
Executive-In-Charge of Production: R. Robert Rosenbaum
Director of Photography: Rick R. Gunter

Paris Episodes: Production Assistance Provided by Hotel Royal Monceau, Paris

14.1 (335) Dallas: APRIL IN PARIS (Paris episode)
2Nov90 CBS / prod. no. 446151
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)
(NOT Barbara Bel Geddes), Patrick Duffy, Kimberly Foster, (NOT Linda Gray), Larry Hagman, Howard Keel, George Kennedy
Ken Kercheval, Sasha Mitchell, Cathy Podewell, Barbara Stock, (NOT Charlene Tilton), Sheree J. Wilson
Starring: (opening titles)
Susan Lucci as Sheila Foley
Also Starring: (opening titles)
Clifton James as Duke Carlisle
*
(end credits)
Guest Stars:
Chelcie Ross as Dr. Wykoff, Mitch Pileggi as Morrisey, Don Starr as Jordan Lee, Michael P. Keenan as Keller, Hugh Maguire as Goldman,
Arthur Malet as Ryan, Zane Lasky as Donia, Marty Schiff as Del Greco, Ken Foree as Howard, Deborah Rennard as Sly

And:  Shannon Wilcox as Anita
Co-Starring:
Sherril Lynn Rettino as Jackie, J.T. O'Connor as Morris (previously Harris), Rita Vassallo as Mary, Michael Hofland as Chauffeur
Synopsis:
J.R. wonders how he's going to escape from the asylum.

14.2 (336) Dallas: CHARADE (Paris episode)
9Nov90 CBS / prod. no. 446152
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)
(NOT Barbara Bel Geddes), Patrick Duffy, Kimberly Foster, (NOT Linda Gray), Larry Hagman, Howard Keel, George Kennedy
Ken Kercheval, Sasha Mitchell, Cathy Podewell, Barbara Stock, (NOT Charlene Tilton), Sheree J. Wilson
Starring: (opening titles)
Susan Lucci as Sheila Foley
Also Starring: (opening titles)
Clifton James as Duke Carlisle
and: John Harkins as Control
*
(end credits)
Guest Stars:
Chelcie Ross as Dr. Wykoff, Don Starr as Jordan Lee, Mitch Pileggi as Morrisey, Michael P. Keenan as Keller,
Arthur Malet as Ryan, Zane Lasky as Donia, Hugh Maguire as Goldman, Marty Schiff as Del Greco

And: Shannon Wilcox as Anita
Co-Starring:
Clive Rosengren as Mudcat, Michael Clark as Big H, J.T. O'Connor as Larry (previously Morris & Harris)
Featuring:
Padraic Duffy as Mark Harris, Rockwood as Tattoo Artist, Boodine Balasco as Dealer, Jean Claudio as Inspector
Jacques Brunet as Phony De Rougemont, Guy Chapellier as Artist, Jean Rougerie as Captain De Rougemont
Synopsis:
Sheila kidnaps April and forces Bobby to pretend to be her husband!.

14.3 (337) Dallas: ONE LAST KISS (Paris episode)
16Nov90 CBS / prod. no. 446153
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 Leonard Katzman
*
Starring In Alphabetical Order: (opening titles)
(NOT Barbara Bel Geddes), Patrick Duffy, Kimberly Foster, (NOT Linda Gray), Larry Hagman, Howard Keel, George Kennedy
Ken Kercheval, Sasha Mitchell, Cathy Podewell, Barbara Stock, (NOT Charlene Tilton), Sheree J. Wilson
Starring: (opening titles)
Susan Lucci as Sheila Foley
*
(end credits)
Guest Stars:
Chelcie Ross as Dr. Wykoff, Don Starr as Jordan Lee, Michael P. Keenan as Keller, Hugh Maguire as Goldman
Arthur Malet as Ryan, Zane Lasky as Donia, Marty Schiff as Del Greco, Deborah Rennard as Sly

And:  Shannon Wilcox as Anita
Co-Starring:
Deborah Tranelli as Phyllis, Sherril Lynn Rettino as Jackie, Duane Davis as Tim
Featuring:
Padraic Duffy as Mark Harris, Jean Rougerie as Captain De Rougemont
Synopsis:
Cally visits JR at the asylum - and offers him a way out.

14.4 (338) Dallas: TERMINUS (final Paris episode)
23Nov90 CBS / prod. no. 446154
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 Mitchell Wayne Katzman
Directed by Irving J. Moore
*
Starring In Alphabetical Order: (opening titles)
(NOT Barbara Bel Geddes), Patrick Duffy, Kimberly Foster, (NOT Linda Gray), Larry Hagman, Howard Keel, George Kennedy
Ken Kercheval, Sasha Mitchell, Cathy Podewell, Barbara Stock, (NOT Charlene Tilton), Sheree J. Wilson
Starring: (opening titles)
Susan Lucci as Sheila Foley
Also Starring: (opening titles)
Clifton James as Duke Carlisle
and: John Harkins as Control
*
(end credits)
Guest Stars:
Don Starr as Jordan Lee, Omri Katz as John Ross Ewing, III, Deborah Rennard as Sly
And: Ramy Zada as Johnny Dancer
Co-Starring:
Dave Crowley as Pete Johnson, Dierk Torsek as Smith, Sherril Lynn Rettino as Jackie, David Carlile as Jones,
John Hoge as Ratagan, Frank Swann as Mike, The Bartender
Synopsis:
While Liz is haunted by her past, Bobby tries to rescue April.

14.5 (339) Dallas: TUNNEL OF LOVE
30Nov90 CBS /prod. no. 446155
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 Michael Preece
*
Starring In Alphabetical Order: (opening titles)
(NOT Barbara Bel Geddes), Patrick Duffy, Kimberly Foster, (NOT Linda Gray), Larry Hagman, Howard Keel, George Kennedy
Ken Kercheval, Sasha Mitchell, Cathy Podewell, Barbara Stock, (NOT Charlene Tilton), Sheree J. Wilson
Also Starring: (opening titles)
Clifton James as Duke Carlisle
and: John Harkins as Control
*
(end credits)
Guest Stars:
Peter White as Breslin, Jeri Gaile as Rose McKay, Deborah Rennard as Sly
And: Ramy Zada as Johnny Dancer
Co-Starring:
Deborah Tranelli as Phyllis, Sherril Lynn Rettino as Jackie, Pat Colbert as Dora Mae, Danone Simpson as Kendall
Featuring:
Padraic Duffy as Mark Harris, Fred Stromsoe as Garage Owner, Frank Swann as Mike, The Bartender, Jean Claudio as Inspector
Synopsis:
Cliff proposes to Liz, and Bobby begins to search for Sheila after April's funeral.

14.6 (340) Dallas: HEART AND SOUL
7Dec90 CBS /prod. no. 446156
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 Nick Havinga
*
Starring In Alphabetical Order: (opening titles)
(NOT Barbara Bel Geddes), Patrick Duffy, Kimberly Foster, (NOT Linda Gray), Larry Hagman, Howard Keel, George Kennedy
Ken Kercheval, Sasha Mitchell, Cathy Podewell, Barbara Stock, (NOT Charlene Tilton), Sheree J. Wilson
And: (opening titles)
Gayle Hunnicutt as Vanessa Beaumont
*
(end credits)
Guest Stars:
Peter White as Breslin, Jeri Gaile as Rose McKay, Deborah Rennard as Sly, David Gale as Gerhardt
Omri Katz as John Ross Ewing, III, Joshua Harris as Christopher Ewing

And: Ramy Zada as Johnny Dancer
Co-Starring:
Sherril Lynn Rettino as Jackie, Pat Colbert as Dora Mae
Featuring:
Robert Balderson as O.R.C. Member #1, Peter Gonnerau as O.R.C. Member #2, Jean Sincere as Room Service Attendant
Synopsis:
JR spies on Carter in his own home. Meanwhile, James looks for allies in a bid to bring down his father

14.7 (341) Dallas: THE FABULOUS EWING BOYS
14Dec90 CBS / prod. no. 446157
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 Michael Preece
*
Starring In Alphabetical Order: (opening titles)
(NOT Barbara Bel Geddes), Patrick Duffy, Kimberly Foster, (NOT Linda Gray), Larry Hagman, Howard Keel, George Kennedy
Ken Kercheval, Sasha Mitchell, Cathy Podewell, Barbara Stock, (NOT Charlene Tilton), Sheree J. Wilson
And: (opening titles)
Gayle Hunnicutt as Vanessa Beaumont
And John Harkins as Control
*
(end credits)
Guest Stars:
Buck Taylor as Detective Bussey, Jeri Gaile as Rose, Deborah Rennard as Sly
Omri Katz as John Ross Ewing, III, Joshua Harris as Christopher Ewing

Co-Starring:
Deborah Tranelli as Phyllis, Sherril Lynn Rettino as Jackie, Danone Simpson as Kendall, John Hoge as Ratagan
Featuring:
Frank Swann as Mike, The Bartender, Robert Chase as John, The Jeweler
Synopsis:
Liz, Cliff and Carter find themselves suspects in Johnny Dancer's murder.

14.8 (342) Dallas: THE ODESSA FILE
21Dec90 CBS / prod. no. 446158
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 Nick Havinga
*
Starring In Alphabetical Order: (opening titles)
(NOT Barbara Bel Geddes), Patrick Duffy, Kimberly Foster, (NOT Linda Gray), Larry Hagman, Howard Keel, George Kennedy
Ken Kercheval, Sasha Mitchell, Cathy Podewell, Barbara Stock, (NOT Charlene Tilton), Sheree J. Wilson
Special Guest Appearance by: (opening titles)
Barbara Eden as Lee Ann De La Vega
Also Starring: (opening titles)
Gayle Hunnicutt as Vanessa Beaumont
*
(end credits)
Guest Stars:
George O. Petrie as Harv Smithfield, Peter White as Breslin, Jeri Gaile as Rose McKay, Richard Narita as Inagaki,
Deborah Rennard as Sly, Susan Krebs as Toni Chastaine, Nick Eldredge as Doctor Banoff

Co-Starring:
Deborah Tranelli as Phyllis, Abel Franco as Casul, Evelyn Guerrero as Nancy, Miranda Garrison as Sheila, Enrique Sandino as Marquez
Featuring:
Michael Monks as Sweeper, David Benbow as Bellman #1, Mick Metropolis as Bellman #2
Synopsis:
Canessa accepts JR's proposal as he attempts to block the sail of Ewing Oil.

14.9 (343) Dallas: SAIL ON
4Jan91 CBS / prod. no. 446159
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 Michael Preece
*
Starring In Alphabetical Order: (opening titles)
(NOT Barbara Bel Geddes), Patrick Duffy, Kimberly Foster, (NOT Linda Gray), Larry Hagman, Howard Keel, George Kennedy
Ken Kercheval, Sasha Mitchell, Cathy Podewell, Barbara Stock, (NOT Charlene Tilton), Sheree J. Wilson
Special Guest Appearance by: (opening titles)
Barbara Eden as Lee Ann De La Vega
Also Starring: (opening titles)
Gayle Hunnicutt as Vanessa Beaumont
*
(end credits)
Guest Stars:
Buck Taylor as Detective Bussey, George O. Petrie as Harv Smithfield, Jeri Gaile as Rose McKay, Tom Fuccello as Dave Culver,
Omri Katz as John Ross Ewing, III, Joshua Harris as Christopher Ewing

Co-Starring:
Pat Colbert as Dora Mae, Susan Edwards as Stacey Byrnes, John Hoge as Ratagan, William Porter as Judge
(No Featuring Cast)
Synopsis:
James is upset about his mother's engagement. Cally gives JR some news after the divorce.

14.10 (344) Dallas: LOCK, STOCK AND JOCK
11Jan91 CBS / prod. no. 446160
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 Mitchell Wayne Katzman
Directed by Nick Havinga
*
Starring In Alphabetical Order: (opening titles)
(NOT Barbara Bel Geddes), Patrick Duffy, Kimberly Foster, (NOT Linda Gray), Larry Hagman, Howard Keel, George Kennedy
Ken Kercheval, Sasha Mitchell, Cathy Podewell, Barbara Stock, (NOT Charlene Tilton), Sheree J. Wilson
Special Guest Appearance by: (opening titles)
Barbara Eden as Lee Ann De La Vega
Also Starring: (opening titles)
Gayle Hunnicutt as Vanessa Beaumont
*
(end credits)
Guest Stars:
Michael Alldredge as Ray King, Joseph Malone as J.J. Carter, Buck Taylor as Detective Bussey, Peter White as Breslin, Deborah Rennard as Sly
And: Patricia Barry as Janine
Co-Starring:
Deborah Tranelli as Phyllis, Roseanna Christiansen as Teresa, Danone Simpson as Kendall
Featuring:
Fred Stromsoe as Alex, The Garage Owner, Nikki Sands as Sue, The Waitress
Synopsis:
JR is furious when Cally reveals her pregnancy by James. Michelle learns the truth about LeeAnn.

14.11 (345) Dallas: "S" IS FOR SEDUCTION
18Jan91 CBS / prod. no. 446161
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 Michael Preece
*
Starring In Alphabetical Order: (opening titles)
(NOT Barbara Bel Geddes), Patrick Duffy, Kimberly Foster, (NOT Linda Gray), Larry Hagman, Howard Keel, George Kennedy
Ken Kercheval, Sasha Mitchell, Cathy Podewell, Barbara Stock, (NOT Charlene Tilton), Sheree J. Wilson
Special Guest Appearance by: (opening titles)
Barbara Eden as Lee Ann De La Vega
Also Starring: (opening titles)
Gayle Hunnicutt as Vanessa Beaumont
*
(end credits)
Guest Stars:
Michael Alldredge as Ray King, Joseph Malone as J.J. Carter, Buck Taylor as Detective Bussey, Jeri Gaile as Rose McKay,
Ramy Zada as Johnny Dancer, Deborah Rennard as Sly, Dorothy Parke as Jill

And: Charles Frank as Paul Keats
Co-Starring:
Alan Weeks as Judge G. Thomas, Sherril Lynn Rettino as Jackie, Pat Colbert as Dora Mae, Danone Simpson as Kendall, Frank Novak as Oilman
(No Featuring Cast)
Synopsis:
The verdict is revealed at the murder trial, but Cliff holds the power to change the outcome.

14.12 (346) Dallas: DESIGNING WOMEN
1Feb91 CBS / prod. no. 446162
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 Irving J. Moore
*
Starring In Alphabetical Order: (opening titles)
(NOT Barbara Bel Geddes), Patrick Duffy, Kimberly Foster, (NOT Linda Gray), Larry Hagman, Howard Keel, George Kennedy
Ken Kercheval, Sasha Mitchell, Cathy Podewell, Barbara Stock, (NOT Charlene Tilton), Sheree J. Wilson
Special Guest Appearance by: (opening titles)
Barbara Eden as Lee Ann De La Vega
Also Starring: (opening titles)
Gayle Hunnicutt as Vanessa Beaumont
*
(end credits)
Guest Stars:
Joseph Malone as J.J. Carter, Peter White as Breslin, Jeri Gaile as Rose McKay, Richard Eatham as Frank Hilson, Joshua Harris as Christopher Ewing
Co-Starring:
Alan Weeks as Judge G. Thomas, Sherril Lynn Rettino as Jackie, Danone Simpson as Kendall
(No Featuring Cast)
Synopsis:
LeeAnn heads out of town, but not before leaving parting gift for Michelle.

14.13 (347) Dallas: 90265
8Feb91 CBS / prod. no. 446163
Exec Prods: Leonard Katzman & Larry Hagman / Supervising Producer: Howard Lakin
Co-Executive Producer: Ken Horton / Producer: Cliff Fenneman / Co-Producer: Mitchell Wayne Katzman
Written & Directed by Leonard Katzman
*
Starring In Alphabetical Order: (opening titles)
(NOT Barbara Bel Geddes), Patrick Duffy, Kimberly Foster, (NOT Linda Gray), Larry Hagman, Howard Keel, George Kennedy
Ken Kercheval, Sasha Mitchell, Cathy Podewell, Barbara Stock, (NOT Charlene Tilton), Sheree J. Wilson
(Not Barbara Eden)(Not Gayle Hunnicutt)
*
(end credits)
Guest Stars:
Dierdre Imershein as Jory, Deborah Rennard as Sly, Kelly Rowan as Dana, Shari Shattuck as Kit, Joshua Harris as Christopher Ewing
Co-Starring:
Paul Ganus as Derrick, Deborah Tranelli as Phyllis, Sherril Lynn Rettino as Jackie, Danone Simpson as Kendall
Featuring:
Fred Stromsoe as Alex, Gordon Wells as Justice of the Peace
Synopsis:
Michelle kicks out JR - and moves in with James. Meanwhile, Bobby lies in wait for Hillary in Malibu.

14.14 (348) Dallas: SMOOTH OPERATOR
15Feb91 CBS / prod. no. 446164
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 Larry Hagman
*
Starring In Alphabetical Order: (opening titles)
(NOT Barbara Bel Geddes), Patrick Duffy, Kimberly Foster, (NOT Linda Gray), Larry Hagman, Howard Keel, George Kennedy
Ken Kercheval, Sasha Mitchell, Cathy Podewell, Barbara Stock, (NOT Charlene Tilton), Sheree J. Wilson
(Not Barbara Eden)(Not Gayle Hunnicutt)
*
(end credits)
Guest Stars:
Dierdre Imershein as Jory, Charles Bateman as Senator Garrity, Shari Shattuck as Kit, Deborah Rennard as Sly, Anthony Addabbo as John,
Kelly Rowan as Dana, Nancy Warren as Kinsey Richards, Joshua Harris as Christopher Ewing

And: Barbara Luna as Carmen Esperanza
Co-Starring:
Paul Ganus as Derrick, Michael David Simms as Man #1, Michael Ted Rooney as Man #2, Sherril Lynn Rettino as Jackie
Danone Simpson as Kendall, Michael Chieffo as Station Attendant, Lloyd Battista as Ricardo Mendez, Kathleen Kinmont as Cookie
(No Featuring Cast)
Synopsis:
JR plots revenge against LeeAnn as he prepares to buy Liz's company.

14.15 (349) Dallas: WIN SOME, LOSE SOME
1Mar91 CBS / prod. no. 446165
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 Mitchell Wayne Katzman
Directed by Patrick Duffy
*
Starring In Alphabetical Order: (opening titles)
(NOT Barbara Bel Geddes), Patrick Duffy, Kimberly Foster, (NOT Linda Gray), Larry Hagman, Howard Keel, George Kennedy
Ken Kercheval, Sasha Mitchell, Cathy Podewell, Barbara Stock, (NOT Charlene Tilton), Sheree J. Wilson
(Not Barbara Eden)(Not Gayle Hunnicutt)
*
(end credits)
Guest Stars:
Dierdre Imershein as Jory, Deborah Rennard as Sly, Kelly Rowan as Dana, Padraic Duffy as Mark Harris,
Shari Shattuck as Kit, Eva La Rue as DeeDee, Joshua Harris as Christopher Ewing

Co-Starring:
Paul Ganus as Derrick, Sherril Lynn Rettino as Jackie, Danone Simpson as Kendall, Michael David Simms as Man #1, Michael Ted Rooney as Man #2
Featuring:
Graham Galloway as Surfer, Floyd Foster, Jr. as Harrigan
Synopsis:
Michelle finds marriage to James difficult. JR actions his plan to get revenge on LeeAnn.

14.16 (350) Dallas: FATHERS AND SONS AND FATHERS AND SONS
8Mar91 CBS / prod. no. 446166
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 Larry Hagman
*
Starring In Alphabetical Order: (opening titles)
(NOT Barbara Bel Geddes), Patrick Duffy, Kimberly Foster, (NOT Linda Gray), Larry Hagman, Howard Keel, George Kennedy
Ken Kercheval, Sasha Mitchell, Cathy Podewell, Barbara Stock, (NOT Charlene Tilton), Sheree J. Wilson
(Not Barbara Eden)(Not Gayle Hunnicutt)
*
(end credits)
Guest Stars:
Buck Taylor as Detective Bussey, Joseph Malone as J.J. Carter, Chris Weatherhead as Meg Callahan, Deborah Tucker as Debra Lynn,
Mary Watson as Stephanie, Omri Katz as John Ross Ewing, III, Joshua Harris as Christopher Ewing

Co-Starring:
Paul Ganus as Derrick, Sherril Lynn Rettino as Jackie, Pat Colbert as Dora Mae, William Marquez as Raoul, Danone Simpson as Kendall,
Julie Araskog as Audrey Chase, Catherine Dent as Reporter #1, Dusty Rhoads as Man, Deborah Marie Taylor as Debbie,
William Jones as Lyle, Linda Lawson as Woman #1, Kristy Talin as Kitten
(No Featuring Cast)
Synopsis:
A mysterious visitor arrives at Southfork looking for James

14.17 (351) Dallas: WHEN THE WIND BLOWS
29Mar91 CBS / prod. no. 446167
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 Patrick Duffy
*
Starring In Alphabetical Order: (opening titles)
(NOT Barbara Bel Geddes), Patrick Duffy, Kimberly Foster, (NOT Linda Gray), Larry Hagman, Howard Keel, George Kennedy
Ken Kercheval, Sasha Mitchell, Cathy Podewell, Barbara Stock, (NOT Charlene Tilton), Sheree J. Wilson
(Not Barbara Eden)(Not Gayle Hunnicutt)
*
(end credits)
Guest Stars:
Dierdre Imershein as Jory, Deborah Tucker as Debra Lynn, Deborah Rennard as Sly, Bruce Gray as David Stanley
Omri Katz as John Ross Ewing, III, Joshua Harris as Christopher Ewing

Co-Starring:
Paul Ganus as Derrick, Sherril Lynn Rettino as Jackie, Danone Simpson as Kendall, William Marquez as Raoul
Don Maxwell as Frank Jobe, Deborah Marie Taylor as Debbie
Featuring:
Ken Kerman as Guard, Carla Beachcomber as Carla
Synopsis:
JR tries his utmost to keep Debra away from James, while Carter gets revenge.

14.18 (352) Dallas: THOSE DARNED EWINGS
5Apr91 CBS / prod. no. 446168
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 Dwight Adair
*
Starring In Alphabetical Order: (opening titles)
(NOT Barbara Bel Geddes), Patrick Duffy, Kimberly Foster, (NOT Linda Gray), Larry Hagman, Howard Keel, George Kennedy
Ken Kercheval, Sasha Mitchell, Cathy Podewell, Barbara Stock, (NOT Charlene Tilton), Sheree J. Wilson
(Not Barbara Eden)(Not Gayle Hunnicutt)
*
(end credits)
Guest Stars:
Dierdre Imershein as Jory, Deborah Tucker as Debra Lynn, Tony Miller as Dr. Kessler, Omri Katz as John Ross Ewing, III
Joshua Harris as Christopher Ewing

Co-Starring:
Bill Smillie as David Slade, Sherril Lynn Rettino as Jackie, Danone Simpson as Kendall
William Marquez as Raoul, Sheldon Kurtz as Lawyer, Edson Stroll as John Kane
Featuring:
Chuckie Gravino as Jimmy Beaumont, Kevin Gravino also as Jimmy Beaumont, Norma Michaels as Babysitter, Frank Swann as Bartender
Synopsis:
Michelle goes to Cliff when she finds out about James and Debra's history.

14.19 (353) Dallas: FAREWELL, MY LOVELY
12Apr91 CBS / prod. no. 446169
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)
(NOT Barbara Bel Geddes), Patrick Duffy, Kimberly Foster, (NOT Linda Gray), Larry Hagman, Howard Keel, George Kennedy
Ken Kercheval, Sasha Mitchell, Cathy Podewell, Barbara Stock, (NOT Charlene Tilton), Sheree J. Wilson
Starring: (opening titles)
Susan Lucci (as Hillary Taylor)
*
(end credits)
Guest Stars:
Dierdre Imershein as Jory, Michael Bell as Pat Connors, Deborah Tucker as Debra Lynn, Deborah Rennard as Sly,
Shari Shattuck as Kit, Omri Katz as John Ross Ewing, III, Joshua Harris as Christopher Ewing

Co-Starring:
Sherril Lynn Rettino as Jackie, Danone Simpson as Kendall, Deborah Marie Taylor as Debbie
Featuring:
Chuckie Gravino as Jimmy Beaumont, Kevin Gravino also as Jimmy Beaumont
Synopsis:
While Michelle and Cliff aim to drive Debra out of town, Clayton returns from Europe.

14.20 (354) Dallas: SOME LEAVE, SOME GET CARRIED OUT
19Apr91 CBS / prod. no. 446170
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)
(NOT Barbara Bel Geddes), Patrick Duffy, Kimberly Foster, (NOT Linda Gray), Larry Hagman, Howard Keel, George Kennedy
Ken Kercheval, Sasha Mitchell, Cathy Podewell, Barbara Stock, (NOT Charlene Tilton), Sheree J. Wilson
Starring: (opening titles)
Susan Lucci (as Hillary Taylor)
*
(end credits)
Guest Stars:
Dierdre Imershein as Jory, Deborah Tucker as Debra Lynn, Bruce Gray as David Stanley, Shari Shattuck as Kit,
Omri Katz as John Ross Ewing, III, Joshua Harris as Christopher Ewing
Co-Starring:
Sherril Lynn Rettino as Jackie, Danone Simpson as Kendall
Featuring:
Chuckie Gravino as Jimmy Beaumont, Kevin Gravino also as Jimmy Beaumont
Synopsis:
Hillary and Michelle face off, and JR and Bobby argue over Southfork.

14.21 (355) Dallas: THE DECLINE AND FALL OF THE EWING EMPIRE
26Apr91 CBS / prod. no. 446171
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 Ken Kercheval
*
Starring In Alphabetical Order: (opening titles)
(NOT Barbara Bel Geddes), Patrick Duffy, Kimberly Foster, (NOT Linda Gray), Larry Hagman, Howard Keel, George Kennedy
Ken Kercheval, Sasha Mitchell, Cathy Podewell, Barbara Stock, (NOT Charlene Tilton), Sheree J. Wilson
Also Starring: (opening titles)
Jared Martin (as Dusty Farlow)
*
(end credits)
Guest Stars:
Dierdre Imershein as Jory, Buck Taylor as Detective Bussey, Jeri Gaile as Rose McKay, Richard Eastham as Frank Hillson,
Deborah Rennard as Sly, Omri Katz as John Ross Ewing, III, Joshua Harris as Christopher Ewing
Co-Starring:
Deborah Tranelli as Phyllis, Sherril Lynn Rettino as Jackie, Danone Simpson as Kendall, Rob Youngblood as Robert MacCubbin,
Doug Franklin as Cobb, Tom Fleetwood as Thompson
(No Featuring Cast)
Synopsis:
Michelle faces murder charged over the death of Hillary Taylor.

14.22 (356) Dallas: CONUNDRUM (Part 1)
3May91 CBS / prod. no. 446172 A
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)
(NOT Barbara Bel Geddes), Patrick Duffy, Kimberly Foster, (NOT Linda Gray), Larry Hagman, Howard Keel, George Kennedy
Ken Kercheval, Sasha Mitchell, Cathy Podewell, Barbara Stock, (NOT Charlene Tilton), Sheree J. Wilson
Also pictured on Opening Credits:
Mary Crosby, Linda Gray, Joel Grey, Jack Scalia, Ted Shackleford, Joan Van Ark, (Part 1)
*
(end credits)
Guest Stars:
Kim Johnston Ulrich as Bootsie, Leslie Bevis as Jeanne Lawrence, Patrick Pankhurst as Jason Ewing, James Callahan as Mr. Smith,
Anthony Addabbo as Jeff Peters, Katherine Justice as Alice Kingdom, Rosalind Allen as Annie Ewing, Teri Ann Linn as Kimberly Kavanaugh

Co-Starring:
Herman Poppe as Wally Ford, Tony Auer as Ted, Edson Stroll as Charlie Hass, James Newell as Walter Kingdom, Robert Neches as Bob,
Brioni Farrell as Alice Ann, Virginia Watson as Secretary, Sylvia Brooks as Carol, Deborah Marie Taylor as Debbie,
Featuring:
Stephen Held as Young Man, Kim Delgado as Stage Manager, Wayne Choo as Houseboy, Conor Duffy as Little J.R.,
Kate Horton as Little Ellie, David Katzman as Bobby, Jr.
Synopsis:
Let's find out what the world would have been like had there NEVER BEEN a J.R. Ewing! In other words, what if he had
never been born? An angel (or so it seems at the beginning) takes J.R. on a "fantasy trip" during" which they both
discover some startling surprises: Gary is a successful divorce lawyer in California, Bobby is a hustler in Las Vegas
struggling to pay alimony payments for his kids, Cally is deep in trouble, living with an abusive husband and landing
in jail probably for the rest of her life for killing him (in self-defense), there is another brother -- Jason, a
successful land developer who keeps arguing with Bobby, especially over money, Kristin ends up as a professional con
artist posing as a cop, while Ray is quite miserable at his job but very happy family-wise. Oh, yes, and there's is
Cliff Barnes who, without J.R. to fight with, keeps climbing the ladder of success all the way to .... the White House!
J.R. cannot believe any of this and keeps telling the "angel" (Joel Grey) that this just cannot be and that he "doesn't
like it!" To which the "angel" keeps saying: "Nobody said you had to like it!" That's just the way it would have been
had J.R. never been born. The two hour trip ends when J.R. wakes up and is relieved to find out it was just a dream.
But the relief is very short-lived because it doesn't look like Heaven is exactly where the "angel" came from, and it
seems that the ultimate tragedy in the life of J.R. Ewing occurs at the end.


14.23 (357) Dallas: CONUNDRUM (Part 2) (final episode)
3May91 CBS / prod. no. 446172 B
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)
(NOT Barbara Bel Geddes), Patrick Duffy, Kimberly Foster, (NOT Linda Gray), Larry Hagman, Howard Keel, George Kennedy
Ken Kercheval, Sasha Mitchell, Cathy Podewell, Barbara Stock, (NOT Charlene Tilton), Sheree J. Wilson
Also pictured on Opening Credits:
Joel Grey, Steve Kanaly (Part 2)
*
(end credits)
Guest Stars:
Kim Johnston Ulrich as Bootsie, Patrick Pankhurst as Jason Ewing, Richard Lineback as Eb, Tricia O'Neil as Barbara Barnes,
Rosalind Allen as Annie Ewing, Denise Gentile as Courtney, Katherine Cannon as Beth Krebbs

Co-Starring:
Jerry Potter as Bartender, Dan Livingston as Edgar, Christine Joan Taylor as Margaret
Featuring:
Gregory White as Kleever, John Mueller as Harry, Nicolas Read as Cliff, Jr., Tim Eyster as Jock, Mike Simmrin as Andy,
Kenyon Moad as Cally's 3 Year Old, Michael Gonda as Cally's Kid #1, Jonathan Gonda as Cally's Kid #2
Synopsis:
See Part 1

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