No Rest for the Wicked During Tonight’s #DallasChat

Dallas, Emma Bell, Emma Ryland, Kristin Shepard, Mary Crosby, TNT

Double trouble

Dallas Decoder’s next #DallasChat on Twitter will be Monday, January 26, from 9 to 10 p.m. Eastern time.

Our theme: “Witchy Women.” We’ll discuss Kristin Shepard, Emma Ryland and all the other great “Dallas” villainesses.

Here’s how #DallasChat works: During each hour-long discussion, I tweet 10 questions from my Twitter handle, @DallasDecoder. Fans respond to the questions and comment on each other’s answers, making each chat a fun group conversation.

Here’s a sample exchange:

Q1. Who is “Dallas’s” most dangerous villainess? #DallasChat

A1. Kristin gets my vote. She didn’t need a gun; she could shoot daggers with her eyes! #DallasChat

Here are three tips:

• Each #DallasChat question is numbered (Q1, Q2, etc.), so your responses should include the corresponding number (A1, A2, etc.).

• Include the hashtag #DallasChat in your tweets.

• 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.

I hope to see you tonight!

Got suggestions for #DallasChat questions? Leave them in the comments section below.


  1. I really liked how devious Katherine Wentworth. And that female private detective that Harry McSween hired to act as a “tail” on Cliff Barnes who discovered Sly was the Spy who was feeding Cliff Ewing Oil deals (albeit to save her imprisoned brother.) Man that detective was pro active, getting the evidence to Client J.R. directly was rather pro active, it saved time in having to go thru Uncle Harry, who would understandably be upset that his adoptive namesake niece thru a friend would betray J.R.

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