Critique: ‘Dallas’ Episode 135 — ‘My Brother’s Keeper’

J.R. goes through “My Brother’s Keeper” trying to buck up Bobby, who’s feeling down as his divorce date approaches. In a memorable scene, the brothers go out for a night on the town, where J.R. arranges for Bobby to bump into a call girl he hired to take Bobby’s mind off his troubles. Does it […]

Critique: ‘Dallas’ Episode 119 — ‘A Ewing is a Ewing’

The most unsettling moment in “A Ewing is a Ewing”: Holly Harwood arrives for an after-hours meeting at J.R.’s office, where he chastises her for telling one of Harwood Oil’s top customers that J.R. has become a silent partner in the company. Holly expresses regret — not for letting the cat out of the bag, […]

The Art of Dallas: ‘Where There’s a Will’

Serena and J.R. (Stephanie Blackmore, Larry Hagman) complete another scheme in this 1982 publicity shot from “Where There’s a Will,” a sixth-season “Dallas” episode.

Dallas Scene of the Day: ‘Where There’s a Way, There’s a Will’

In “Where There’s a Will,” a sixth-season “Dallas” episode, John (Robin Strand) is dressing in the Ewing condo while Serena (Stephanie Blackmore) lounges in bed. SERENA: You’re not leaving already? JOHN: Gotta get home. SERENA: Don’t be silly. It’s still early. JOHN: It’s nearly 10. SERENA: Aren’t you enjoying yourself? JOHN: [Sits on bed] Are […]

Critique: ‘Dallas’ Episode 105 — ‘Where There’s a Will’

Larry Hagman has no scenes with his main co-stars in “Where There’s a Will,” but this is still a terrific hour of “Dallas.” The fun comes from watching J.R. scheme to sneak a peek at Jock’s will before the document is unsealed for the rest of the family. Usually when J.R. hatches a plot like […]