Join Us Jan. 18 for ‘The Best of #DallasChat’

Dallas, J.R. Ewing, Larry Hagman

Best at everything

Dallas Decoder’s next #DallasChat on Twitter will be Monday, January 18, from 8 to 9 p.m. Eastern time.

Our theme will be “The Best of #DallasChat III.” Once again I’ll ask favorite questions from previous discussions.

Are you new to #DallasChat? Here’s how it 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, freewheeling group conversation.

Here’s a sample exchange:

Q1. Who is your favorite “Dallas” character? #DallasChat

A1. J.R. Ewing, of course! He’s the most fascinating character in TV history, and Larry Hagman portrayed him beautifully. #DallasChat

Here are three more 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 you can participate. See you there!

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

Comments

  1. Elizabete says:

    Chris, my favorite Dallas character is Bob Ewing!

  2. What a delicious grin Christopher Barnes Ewing! I don’t know about u boy, but I can sense a scheme coming real soon like! Only hope Brother J.R. lets me assist him!

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