‘Dallas’ Episode Guide

Dallas, J.R. Ewing, Larry Hagman, Linda Gray, Sue Ellen Ewing

“The Wedding”

Here are Dallas Decoder’s critiques of “Dallas” episodes, movies and specials, along with “Knots Landing” episodes that feature “Dallas” characters. All titles are listed in order of their original telecasts.

 

‘Dallas’

Season 1 (1977-1978)

  1. “Digger’s Daughter,” April 2, 1978
  2. “Lessons,” April 9, 1978
  3. “Spy in the House,” April 16, 1978
  4. “Winds of Vengeance,” April 23, 1978
  5. “Barbecue,” April 30, 1978

 

Season 2 (1978-1979)

  1. “Reunion, Part 1,” September 23, 1978
  2. “Reunion, Part 2,” September 30, 1978
  3. “Old Acquaintance,” October 7, 1978
  4. “Bypass,” October 14, 1978
  5. “Black Market Baby,” October 15, 1978
  6. “Double Wedding,” October 21, 1978
  7. “Runaway,” October 28, 1978
  8. “Election,” November 5, 1978
  9. “Survival,” November 12, 1978
  10. “Act of Love,” November 19, 1978
  11. “Triangle,” November 26, 1978
  12. “Fallen Idol,” December 3, 1978
  13. “Kidnapped,” December 17, 1978
  14. “Home Again,” January 7,1979
  15. “For Love or Money,” January 14, 1979
  16. “Julie’s Return,” January 26, 1979
  17. “The Red File, Part 1,” February 2, 1979
  18. “The Red File, Part 2,” February 9, 1979
  19. “Sue Ellen’s Sister,” February 16, 1979
  20. “Call Girl,” February 23, 1979
  21. “Royal Marriage,” March 9, 1979
  22. “The Outsiders,” March 16, 1979
  23. “John Ewing III, Part 1,” March 23, 1979
  24. “John Ewing III, Part 2,” April 6, 1979

 

Season 3 (1979-1980)

  1. “Whatever Happened to Baby John, Part 1,” September 21, 1979
  2. “Whatever Happened to Baby John, Part 2,” September 28, 1979
  3. “The Silent Killer,” October 5, 1979
  4. “Secrets,” October 12, 1979
  5. “The Kristin Affair,” October 19, 1979
  6. “The Dove Hunt,” October 26, 1979
  7. “The Lost Child,” November 2, 1979
  8. “Rodeo,” November 9, 1979
  9. “Mastectomy, Part 1,” November 16, 1979
  10. “Mastectomy, Part 2,” November 16, 1979
  11. “The Heiress,” November 23, 1979
  12. “Ellie Saves the Day,” November 30, 1979
  13. “Mother of the Year,” December 14, 1979
  14. “Return Engagements,” December 20, 1979
  15. “Love and Marriage,” December 21, 1979

* “Knots Landing” Episode 1: “Pilot,” December 27, 1979

* “Knots Landing” Episode 2: “Community Spirit,” January 3, 1980

  1. “Power Play,” January 4, 1980
  2. “Paternity Suit,” January 11, 1980
  3. “Jenna’s Return,” January 18, 1980

* “Knots Landing” Episode 6: “Home is For Healing,” January 31, 1980

  1. “Sue Ellen’s Choice,” February 1, 1980
  2. “Second Thoughts,” February 8, 1980
  3. “Divorce, Ewing Style,” February 15, 1980
  4. “Jock’s Trial, Part 1,” February 22, 1980
  5. “Jock’s Trial, Part 2,” February 29, 1980
  6. “The Wheeler Dealer,” March 14, 1980
  7. “A House Divided,” March 21, 1980

 

Season 4 (1980-1981)

  1. “No More Mr. Nice Guy, Part 1,” November 7, 1980
  2. “No More Mr. Nice Guy, Part 2,” November 9, 1980
  3. “Nightmare,” November 14, 1980
  4. “Who Done It?” November 21, 1980
  5. “Taste of Success,” November 28, 1980
  6. “The Venezuelan Connection,” December 5, 1980
  7. “The Fourth Son,” December 12, 1980

* “Knots Landing” Episode 18: “Kristin,” December 18, 1980

  1. “Trouble at Ewing 23,” December 19, 1980
  2. “The Prodigal Mother,” January 2, 1981
  3. “Executive Wife,” January 9, 1981
  4. “End of the Road, Part 1,” January 16, 1981

* “Knots Landing” Episode 22: “A Family Matter,” January 22, 1981

  1. “End of the Road, Part 2,” January 23, 1981
  2. “Making of a President,” January 30, 1981
  3. “Start the Revolution with Me,” February 6, 1981
  4. “The Quest,” February 13, 1981

* “Knots Landing” Episode 26: “The Loudest Word,” February 19, 1981

  1. “Lover, Come Back,” February 20, 1981
  2. “The New Mrs. Ewing,” February 27, 1981
  3. “The Mark of Cain,” March 13, 1981

* “Knots Landing” Episode 30: “Designs,” March 26, 1981

  1. “The Gathering Storm,” March 27, 1981
  2. “Ewing vs. Ewing,” April 3, 1981
  3. “New Beginnings,” April 10, 1981
  4. “Full Circle,” April 17, 1981
  5. “Ewing-Gate,” May 1, 1981

 

Season 5 (1981-1982)

  1. “Missing Heir,” October 9, 1981
  2. “Gone But Not Forgotten,” October 16, 1981
  3. “Showdown at San Angelo,” October 23, 1981
  4. “Little Boy Lost,” October 30, 1981
  5. “The Sweet Smell of Revenge,” November 6, 1981
  6. “The Big Shut Down,” November 13, 1981
  7. “Blocked,” November 20, 1981
  8. “The Split,” November 27, 1981
  9. “Five Dollars a Barrel,” December 4, 1981
  10. “Starting Over,” December 11, 1981
  11. “Waterloo at Southfork,” December 18, 1981
  12. “Barbecue Two,” January 1, 1982
  13. “The Search,” January 8, 1982
  14. “Denial,” January 15, 1982
  15. “Head of the Family,” January 22, 1982
  16. “The Phoenix,” January 29, 1982
  17. “My Father, My Son,” February 5, 1982
  18. “Anniversary,” February 12, 1982
  19. “Adoption,” February 19, 1982
  20. “The Maelstrom,” February 26, 1982
  21. “The Prodigal,” March 5, 1982
  22. “Vengeance,” March 12, 1982
  23. “Blackmail,” March 19, 1982
  24. “The Investigation,” March 26, 1982
  25. “Acceptance,” April 2, 1982
  26. “Goodbye, Cliff Barnes,” April 9, 1982

 

Season 6 (1982-1983)

  1. “Changing of the Guard,” October 1, 1982

* “Knots Landing” Episode 55: “Daniel,” October 7, 1982

  1. “Where There’s a Will,” October 8, 1982
  2. “Billion Dollar Question,” October 15, 1982
  3. “The Big Ball,” October 22, 1982
  4. “Jock’s Will,” October 29, 1982

* “Knots Landing” Episode 59: “New Beginnings,” October 29, 1982

  1. “Aftermath,” November 5, 1982
  2. “Hit and Run,” November 12, 1982
  3. “The Ewing Touch,” November 19, 1982
  4. “Fringe Benefits,” November 26, 1982
  5. “The Wedding,” December 3, 1982
  6. “Post Nuptial,” December 10, 1982
  7. “Barbecue Three,” December 17, 1982
  8. “Mama Dearest,” December 31, 1982
  9. “The Ewing Blues,” January 7, 1983
  10. “The Reckoning,” January 14, 1983
  11. “A Ewing is a Ewing,” January 28, 1983
  12. “Crash of ’83,” February 4, 1983
  13. “Requiem,” February 11, 1983
  14. “Legacy,” February 18, 1983
  15. “Brothers and Sisters,” February 25, 1983
  16. “Caribbean Connection,” March 4, 1983
  17. “The Sting,” March 11, 1983
  18. “Hell Hath No Fury,” March 18, 1983
  19. “Cuba Libre,” March 25, 1983
  20. “Tangled Web,” April 1, 1983
  21. “Things Ain’t Goin’ Too Good at Southfork,” April 15, 1983
  22. “Penultimate,” April 29, 1983
  23. “Ewing Inferno,” May 6, 1983

 

Season 7 (1983-1984)

  1. “The Road Back,” September 30, 1983
  2. “The Long Goodbye,” October 7, 1983
  3. “The Letter,” October 14, 1983
  4. “My Brother’s Keeper,” October 21, 1983
  5. “The Quality of Mercy,” October 28, 1983
  6. “Check and Mate,” November 4, 1983
  7. “Ray’s Trial,” November 11, 1983
  8. “The Oil Baron’s Ball,” November 18, 1983
  9. “Morning After,” November 25, 1983
  10. “The Buck Stops Here,” December 2, 1983
  11. “To Catch a Sly,” December 9, 1983
  12. “Barbecue Four,” December 16, 1983
  13. “Past Imperfect,” December 23, 1983
  14. “Peter’s Principles,” January 6, 1984
  15. “Offshore Crude,” January 13, 1984
  16. “Some Do … Some Don’t,” January 20, 1984
  17. “Eye of the Beholder,” January 27, 1984
  18. “Twelve Mile Limit,” February 3, 1984
  19. “Where is Poppa?” February 10, 1984
  20. “When the Bough Breaks,” February 17, 1984
  21. “True Confessions,” February 24, 1984
  22. “And the Winner Is …,” March 2, 1984
  23. “Fools Rush In,” March 9, 1984
  24. “The Unexpected,” March 16, 1984
  25. “Strange Alliance,” March 23, 1984
  26. “Blow Up,” April 6, 1984
  27. “Turning Point,” April 13, 1984
  28. “Love Stories,” May 4, 1984
  29. “Hush, Hush, Sweet Jessie,” May 11, 1984
  30. “End Game,” May 18, 1984

 

Season 8 (1984-1985)

  1. “Killer at Large,” September 28, 1984
  2. “Battle Lines,” October 5, 1984
  3. “If at First You Don’t Succeed,” October 12, 1984
  4. “Jamie,” October 19, 1984
  5. “Family,” October 26, 1984
  6. “Shadow of a Doubt,” November 2, 1984
  7. “Homecoming,” November 9, 1984
  8. “Oil Baron’s Ball III,” November 16, 1984
  9. “Shadows,” November 23, 1984
  10. “Charlie,” November 30, 1984
  11. “Barbecue Five,” December 7, 1984
  12. “Do You Take This Woman?” December 14, 1984
  13. “Déjà Vu,” December 21, 1984
  14. “Odd Man Out,” December 28, 1984
  15. “Lockup in Laredo,” January 4, 1985
  16. “Winds of War,” January 11, 1985
  17. “Bail Out,” January 25, 1985
  18. “Legacy of Hate,” February 1, 1985
  19. “Sins of the Fathers,” February 8, 1985
  20. “The Brothers Ewing,” February 15, 1985
  21. “Shattered Dreams,” February 22, 1985
  22. “Dead Ends,” March 1, 1985
  23. “Trial and Error,” March 8, 1985
  24. “The Verdict,” March 15, 1985
  25. “Sentences,” March 29, 1985
  26. “Terms of Estrangement,” April 12, 1985
  27. “The Ewing Connection,” April 19, 1985
  28. “Deeds and Misdeeds,” May 3, 1985
  29. “Deliverance,” May 10, 1985
  30. “Swan Song,” May 17, 1985

 

Season 9 (1985-1986)

  1. “The Family Ewing,” September 27, 1985
  2. “Rock Bottom,” September 27, 1985
  3. “Those Eyes,” October 4, 1985
  4. “Resurrection,” October 11, 1985
  5. “Saving Grace,” October 18, 1985
  6. “Mothers,” October 25, 1985
  7. “The Winds of Change,” November 1, 1985
  8. “Quandary,” November 8, 1985
  9. “Close Encounters,” November 15, 1985
  10. “Suffer the Little Children,” November 22, 1985
  11. “The Prize,” November 29, 1985
  12. “En Passant,” December 6,1985
  13. “Goodbye, Farewell and Amen,” December 13, 1985
  14. “Curiosity Killed the Cat,” December 20, 1985
  15. “The Missing Link,” January 3, 1986
  16. “Twenty-Four Hours,” January 10, 1986
  17. “The Deadly Game,” January 17, 1986
  18. “Blame It on Bogota,” January 24, 1986
  19. “Shadow Games,” January 31, 1986
  20. “Missing,” February 7, 1986
  21. “Dire Straits,” February 14, 1986
  22. “Overture,” February 21, 1986
  23. “Sitting Ducks,” February 28, 1986
  24. “Masquerade,” March 7, 1986
  25. “Just Desserts,” March 14, 1986
  26. “Nothing’s Ever Perfect,” March 21, 1986

* “Movie: “Dallas: The Early Years,” March 23, 1986

  1. “J.R. Rising,” April 4, 1986
  2. “Serendipity,” April 11, 1986
  3. “Thrice in a Lifetime,” May 2, 1986
  4. “Hello … Goodbye … Hello,” May 9, 1986
  5. “Blast From the Past,” May 16, 1986

 

Season 10 (1986-1987)

  1. “Return to Camelot, Part 1,” September 26, 1986
  2. “Return to Camelot, Part 2,” September 26, 1986
  3. “Pari Per Sue,” October 3, 1986
  4. “Once and Future King,” October 10, 1986
  5. “Enigma,” October 17, 1986
  6. “Trompe L’Oeil,” October 24, 1986
  7. “Territorial Imperative,” October 31, 1986
  8. “The Second Time Around,” November 7, 1986
  9. “Bells Are Ringing,” November 14, 1986
  10. “Who’s Who at the Oil Baron’s Ball?” November 21, 1986
  11. “Proof Positive,” November 28, 1986
  12. “Something Old, Something New,” December 5, 1986
  13. “Bar-B-Cued,” December 12, 1986
  14. “The Fire Next Time,” December 19, 1986
  15. “So Shall Ye Reap,” January 2, 1987
  16. “Tick, Tock,” January 9, 1987
  17. “Night Visitor,” January 23, 1987
  18. “Cat and Mouse,” January 30, 1987
  19. “High Noon for Calhoun,” February 6, 1987
  20. “Olio,” February 13, 1987
  21. “A Death in the Family,” February 20, 1987
  22. “Revenge of the Nerd,” February 27, 1987
  23. “The Ten Percent Solution,” March 13, 1987
  24. “Some Good, Some Bad,” March 20, 1987
  25. “War and Peace,” April 3, 1987
  26. “Ruthless People,” April 10, 1987
  27. “The Dark at the End of the Tunnel,” May 1, 1987
  28. “Two-Fifty,” May 8, 1987
  29. “Fall of the House of Ewing,” May 15, 1987

 

Season 11 (1987-1988)

  1. “After the Fall: Ewing Rise,” September 25, 1987
  2. “After the Fall: Digger Redux,” September 25, 1987
  3. “The Son Also Rises,” October 2, 1987
  4. “Gone with the Wind,” October 9, 1987
  5. “The Lady Vanishes,” October 16, 1987
  6. “Tough Love,” October 23, 1987
  7. “The Last Tango in Dallas,” October 30, 1987
  8. “The Mummy’s Revenge,” November 6, 1987
  9. “Hustling,” November 13, 1987
  10. “Bedtime Story,” November 20, 1987
  11. “Lovers and Other Liars,” November 27, 1987
  12. “Brothers and Sons,” December 4, 1987
  13. “Brother, Can You Spare a Child?” December 11, 1987
  14. “Daddy’s Little Darlin’,” December 18, 1987
  15. “It’s Me Again!” January 8, 1988
  16. “Marriage on the Rocks,” January 15, 1988
  17. “The Anniversary Waltz,” January 22, 1988
  18. “Brotherly Love,” February 5, 1988
  19. “The Best Laid Plans,” February 12, 1988
  20. “Farlow’s Follies,” February 19, 1988
  21. “Malice in Dallas,” February 26, 1988
  22. “Crime Story,” March 4, 1988
  23. “To Have and to Hold …” March 11, 1988
  24. “Dead Reckoning,” March 18, 1988
  25. “Never Say Never,” April 1, 1988
  26. “Last of the Good Guys,” April 8, 1988
  27. “Top Gun,” April 15, 1988
  28. “Pillow Talk,” April 29, 1988
  29. “Things Ain’t Going So Good at Southfork Again,” May 6, 1988
  30. “The Fat Lady Singeth,” May 13, 1988

 

Season 12 (1988-1989)

  1. “Carousel,” October 28, 1988
  2. “No Greater Love,” November 4, 1988
  3. “The Call of the Wild,” November 11, 1988
  4. “Out of the Frying Pan,” November 18, 1988
  5. “Road Work,” December 2, 1988
  6. “War and Love and the Whole Damned Thing,” December 9, 1988
  7. “Showdown at the Ewing Corral,” December 16, 1988
  8. “Deception,” January 6, 1989
  9. “Counter Attack,” January 13, 1989
  10. “The Sting,” January 20, 1989
  11. “The Two Mrs. Ewings,” January 27, 1989
  12. “The Switch,” February 3, 1989
  13. “He-e-ere’s Papa!” February 10, 1989
  14. “Comings and Goings,” February 17, 1989
  15. “Country Girl,” February 24, 1989
  16. “Wedding Bell Blues,” February 24, 1989
  17. “The Way We Were,” March 3, 1989
  18. “The Serpent’s Tooth,” March 10, 1989
  19. “Three Hundred,” March 17, 1989
  20. “April Showers,” March 31, 1989
  21. “And Away We Go!” April 7, 1989
  22. “The Yellow Brick Road,” April 14, 1989
  23. “The Sound of Money,” April 28, 1989
  24. “The Great Texas Waltz,” May 5, 1989
  25. “Mission to Moscow,” May 12, 1989
  26. “The Reel Life,” May 19, 1989

 

Season 13 (1989-1990)

  1. “The Phantom of the Oil Rig,” September 22, 1989
  2. “The Leopard’s Spots,” September 22, 1989
  3. “Cry Me a River of Oil,” September 29, 1989
  4. “Ka-booom,” October 6, 1989
  5. “Sunset, Sunrise,” October 13, 1989
  6. “Pride and Prejudice,” October 20, 1989
  7. “Fathers and Other Strangers,” November 3, 1989
  8. “Black Tide,” November 10, 1989
  9. “Daddy Dearest,” November 17, 1989
  10. “Hell’s Fury,” December 1, 1989
  11. “Cally on a Hot Tin Roof,” December 8, 1989
  12. “Sex, Lies and Videotape,” December 15, 1989
  13. “Tale of Two Cities,” January 5, 1990
  14. “Judgment Day,” January 12, 1990
  15. “Unchain My Heart,” January 19, 1990
  16. “I Dream of Jeannie,” February 2, 1990
  17. “After Midnight,” February 9, 1990
  18. “The Crucible,” February 16, 1990
  19. “Dear Hearts and Gentle People,” February 23, 1990
  20. “Paradise Lost,” March 9, 1990
  21. “Will Power,” March 16, 1990
  22. “The Smiling Cobra,” March 30, 1990
  23. “Jessica Redux,” April 6, 1990
  24. “Family Plot,” April 13, 1990
  25. “The Southfork Wedding Jinx,” April 27, 1990
  26. “Three-Three-Three, Part 1,” May 4, 1990
  27. “Three-Three-Three, Part 2,” May 11, 1990

 

Season 14 (1990-1991)

  1. “April in Paris,” November 2, 1990
  2. “Charade,” November 9, 1990
  3. “One Last Kiss,” November 16, 1990
  4. “Terminus,” November 23, 1990
  5. “Tunnel of Love,” November 30, 1990
  6. “Heart and Soul,” December 7, 1990
  7. “The Fabulous Ewing Boys,” December 14, 1990
  8. “The Odessa File,” December 21, 1990
  9. “Sail On,” January 4, 1991
  10. “Lock, Stock and Jock,” January 11, 1991
  11. “‘S’ is for Seduction,” January 18, 1991
  12. “Designing Women,” February 1, 1991
  13. “90265,” February 8, 1991
  14. “Smooth Operator,” February 15, 1991
  15. “Win Some, Lose Some,” March 1, 1991
  16. “Fathers and Sons and Fathers and Sons,” March 8, 1991
  17. “When the Wind Blows,” March 29, 1991
  18. “Those Darned Ewings,” April 5, 1991
  19. “Farwell, My Lovely,” April 12, 1991
  20. “Some Leave, Some Get Carried Out,” April 19, 1991
  21. “The Decline and Fall of the Ewing Empire,” April 26, 1991
  22. “Conundrum, Part 1,” May 3, 1991
  23. “Conundrum, Part 2,” May 3, 1991

 

Sequels and Specials

* “J.R. Returns,” November 15, 1996

* “War of the Ewings,” April 24, 1998

* “Dallas Reunion: The Return to Southfork,” November 7, 2004

 

TNT’s ‘Dallas’

Season 1 (2011-2012)

  1. “Changing of the Guard,” June 13, 2012
  2. “Hedging Your Bets,” June 13, 2012
  3. “The Price You Pay,” June 20, 2012
  4. “The Last Hurrah,” June 27, 2012
  5. “Truth and Consequences,” July 4, 2012
  6. “The Enemy of My Enemy,” July 11, 2012
  7. “Collateral Damage,” July 18, 2012
  8. “No Good Deed,” July 25, 2012
  9. “Family Business,” August 1, 2012
  10. “Revelations,” August 8, 2012

 

Season 2 (2012-2013)

  1. “Battle Lines,” January 28, 2013
  2. “Venomous Creatures,” January 28, 2013
  3. “Sins of the Father,” February 4, 2013
  4. “False Confessions,” February 11, 2013
  5. “Trial and Error,” February 18, 2013
  6. “Blame Game,” February 25, 2013
  7. “The Furious and the Fast,” March 4, 2013
  8. “J.R.’s Masterpiece,” March 11, 2013
  9. “Ewings Unite!,” March 18, 2013
  10. “Guilt and Innocence,” March 25, 2013
  11. “Let Me In,” April 1, 2013
  12. “A Call to Arms,” April 8, 2013
  13. “Love and Family,” April 8, 2013
  14. “Guilt by Association,” April 15, 2013
  15. “Legacies,” April 15, 2013

 

Season 3 (2013-2014)

  1. “The Return,” February 24, 2014
  2. “Trust Me,” March 3, 2014
  3. “Playing Chicken,” March 10, 2014
  4. “Lifting the Veil,” March 17, 2014
  5. “D.T.R.,” March 24, 2014
  6. “Like Father, Like Son,” March 31, 2014
  7. “Like a Bad Penny,” April 7, 2014
  8. “Where There’s Smoke,” April 14, 2014
  9. “Denial, Anger, Acceptance,” August 18, 2014
  10. “Dead Reckoning,” August 25, 2014
  11. “Hurt,” September 1, 2014
  12. “Victims of Love,” September 8, 2014
  13. “Boxed In,” September 15, 2014
  14. “Endgame,” September 22, 2014
  15. “Brave New World,” September 22, 2014

What’s your favorite “Dallas” episode? Share your comments below.

Comments

  1. Great sie, hope to find more reviews of the original series

  2. Thank you for doing this I was unable to see most of these episodes because I was not even born yet or I was to young to even watch TV. I hope you finish with all the seasons!

    • You’re very welcome. The pleasure is mine. I hope I’m able to finish the seasons too! My goal is resume the classic critiques in the spring, after the new show’s second season has concluded.

  3. Patricia Martin says:

    Love it, keep going for a lot more years.

  4. Thank you so much for doing the reviews !!! I am a big fan since 1978 !!! Can´t wait for the other seasons !!!

  5. Anonymous says:

    I SO LOVE DALLAS MY DAD HAS A LEST THE FIRST 12 SEASONS MAYBE 13.
    I WAS BORN A EWING BUT WHEN I WAS 9 YEARS OLD I GOT TAKEN IN TO FOSTER CARE AND IN 2013 LAST YEAR WHEN IS WAS 12 YEARS OLD I WAS ADOPTED.

  6. Tnt network is a heartless network for canceling Dallas tnt you have no right to cancel Dallas you should be ashamed for canceling Dallas

  7. Dan in WI says:

    Ever consider adding links to the top of this page to take to the beginning of each season? There is a lot of scrolling otherwise.

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