Dallas Burning Questions: Season 3, Week 11

Bobby Ewing, Dallas, Elena Ramos, Jordana Brewster, Juan Pablo Di Pace, Nicolas Trevino, Patrick Duffy, TNT

What now?

Here are the questions we’re pondering as we await tonight’s telecast of “Hurt,” TNT’s latest “Dallas” episode:

What will Elena do? In “Dead Reckoning,” the previous episode, Nicolas (Juan Pablo Di Pace) made Drew’s death look like a suicide, then stood by and watched as Carmen and Elena (Marlene Forte, Jordana Brewster) received the news that Drew killed himself. Later, when an arson investigation revealed Drew set the Southfork fire, Elena told Carmen about J.R.’s swindle, as well as her scheme with Nicolas to get justice for their family. After Carmen told Elena that John Ross (Josh Henderson) is carrying around a mysterious letter from J.R., Elena seduced John Ross, snuck into his wallet and found the note that outlines the Ewings’ plan to frame Cliff (Ken Kercheval). Now that Elena has the evidence she needs to nail the Ewings, what will she do with it?

How will the Ewing women react? If the truth about J.R.’s masterpiece finally comes out, what will the women of Southfork say? How will the newly sober Sue Ellen (Linda Gray) respond to the news that J.R. was dying of cancer and staged his own death? Will Ann (Brenda Strong) be angry at Bobby (Patrick Duffy) for keeping secrets from her? Perhaps most importantly: What will Pamela (Julie Gonzalo) do when she learns her estranged husband John Ross, her ex-husband Christopher (Jesse Metcalfe) and Bobby conspired to frame Cliff for J.R.’s “murder”?

What will happen to the Ewing men? The Ewing men are having a pretty rough go of it lately. Bobby and Ann are separated, Pamela told John Ross their marriage is over and selfless Christopher said a bittersweet goodbye to Heather (AnnaLynne McCord), who plans to take Michael (Dallas Clark) and leave Dallas to join Bo (Donny Boaz) in Israel, where he’ll have surgery to repair his spinal cord — paid for by Christopher. If Elena spills the beans on J.R.’s masterpiece, will things go from bad to worse for Bobby, John Ross and Christopher?

Who’ll wind up with control of Ewing Global? Pamela told Sue Ellen she won’t divorce John Ross because she doesn’t want him to wind up with her shares of Ewing Global. Meanwhile, Nicolas continued to plot with Luis (Antonio Jaramillo) to take over the company, and Emma (Emma Bell) did some scheming of her own. She blamed Harris (Mitch Pileggi) for getting Drew mixed up with the rig explosion, then met with Luis and told him to get her father tossed back in jail. Should Harris be worried?

What “Dallas Burning Questions” are on your mind? Share your comments below and watch TNT’s “Dallas” tonight.


  1. Things are going to be rough. Sue Ellen may have some sort of connection with Pamela and Ann has always been friendly towards Pamela. I do not know if that is enough for Pamela to overlook the fact that it was their children that betrayed her. I really want to know if Pamela will take up Sue Ellen’s offer to her to stay at her house. Cliff Barnes is going to have his daughter back and Elena. I have a feeling that Elena and Nicolas will need Cliff Barnes to save them from the drug cartel. Christopher is going to be needed at Ewing Global. I wonder how the relationship between Harris Ryland and Cliff Barnes is going to play out.

  2. Pamela Barnes swindled the Ewings when she lied and faked her identity as Rebecca Sutter and married Christopher Ewing. Then, she hooked up with John Ross and helped catch Cliff down in Mexico. Even if Cliff didn’t shoot JR, he gave the orders to bow up the oil rig, which resulted in the death of his grandchildren. At this point, the only one coming out on top is JR, and he’s six feet under. There is no one to root for on this show. Sad.

  3. I think this episode will be the start of preparing for the finale I for one have enjoyed the last few Dallas episodes and I know this one will be right up there for the rest. I am excited to see Elena expose the truth and I believe it will be a set up to take off over the next 4 episodes we have left, Dallas is getting so good it needs another season, this is not a remake or the 1980 this is 2014 and I think Dallas has done the best it can, however I just hope after this season some changes will be made to shift this show to gain a stronger rating core of supporters.

  4. I saw this episode in a bar over a glass of J.R. Ewing Bourbon last night, does anybody not lie in this family? Mind u it makes 4 better ratings!

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