Happy Holidays, ‘Dallas’ Fans

Dallas, Larry Hagman, Nancy Reagan

Mr. Ewing goes to Washington

The holidays are here and your Dallas Decoder is feeling warm and fuzzy. Before I sign off to spend Christmas with my family, I want to take a moment to thank everyone who reads this website.

The best part of blogging about “Dallas” is the opportunity it affords me to interact with my fellow fans. I love to read your comments and hear what you have to say about our favorite show. Your feedback always gives me something to think about, and more importantly, it inspires me to keep improving Dallas Decoder.

Posting will be light during the next few days, but I hope to pop in occasionally to share holiday treats like the photo you see here. It shows our beloved Larry Hagman getting a peck on the cheek from First Lady Nancy Reagan during a visit to the White House in December 1985.

I also plan to spend time this week on Facebook and Twitter, sharing some of my favorite Dallas Decoder posts from the past year. Hopefully you’ll enjoy revisiting these stories; maybe you’ll even see some stuff you missed the first time around. Dallas Decoder’s regular lineup of classic episode critiques, scenes of the day and “Dallas Parallels” will resume in early January, along with our Monday evening #DallasChats on Twitter.

Have a safe and happy holiday season, and once again, thank you.

Comments

  1. That C. B. is an A1 class picture of Brother J. R. & the former First Lady, still with us thank goodness!

  2. Jennifer Irons says:

    What a wonderful photo of Mrs Reagan and Larry! Hope you have a wonderful Christmas and New Year and thank you so much for the awesome #DallasChats!! See ya in 2014!!

  3. Merry Christmas, Chris! I do want to say how much I enjoy your website and all of your posts and love for Dallas. It is truly appreciated!

  4. Thank you very much. Elizabete

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