Tonight, #DallasChat Celebrates the Season

Light up the night

Lights out

You’re invited to Dallas Decoder’s next #DallasChat on Twitter, which I’ll hold Monday, December 22, from 9 to 10 p.m. Eastern time.

Since this will be our second annual holiday-themed discussion, the topic will be “A Very Merry #DallasChat II.”

If you have ideas for questions, leave them in the comments section below, tweet them to me @DallasDecoder or post them to my Facebook page. I may choose one or more questions and ask them during our discussion.

Are you new to #DallasChat? Here’s how it works: For one hour, I tweet 10 questions to my fellow “Dallas” fans. Each question is numbered and includes the hashtag #DallasChat, so your responses should include the answer number and the hashtag.

Here’s a sample exchange:

Q1. What’s on your Christmas wish list this year? #DallasChat

A1. If we can’t have “Dallas” back, can we at least have some fan fic in which Christopher lives? #DallasChat

Here are two tips:

• During the discussion, enter #DallasChat in Twitter’s search field. This will help you watch the search results so you can follow the conversation. Click “All” to see all the related tweets.

• Be sure to include #DallasChat in your tweets. This allows the other participants to see your contributions to the conversation.

This will be the final #DallasChat of the year, so I hope you won’t miss it. See you tonight!

Comments

  1. Save Dallas

  2. Merry Christmas Christopher & Andy!

  3. Shannon Steward says:

    Save Dallas! Get the CBS network to take over and bring them back!!

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