Dallas: Season 14
Arguably the best television series ever produced, and certainly the best soap opera ever produced, Dallas had it all. Beautiful women, expensive cars, and men playing Monopoly with real buildings. It had the best trans-season cliffhanger in history that had the whole world asking "Who shot J.R.?" Dallas is an important part of American History, if not world history.
Cast View all
|Sheree J. Wilson||April Stevens Ewing|
|George Kennedy||Carter McKay|
|Larry Hagman||J.R. Ewing|
|Patrick Duffy||Bobby Ewing|
|Howard Keel||Clayton Farlow|
|Ken Kercheval||Cliff Barnes|
|Sasha Mitchell||James Beaumont|
|Kimberly Foster||Michelle Stevens|
|Cathy Podewell||Cally Ewing|
|Barbara Stock||Liz Adams|
|Sherril Lynn Rettino||Jackie Dugan|
|Danone Camden||Kendall Chapman|
|Joshua Harris||Christopher Ewing|
|Omri Katz||John Ross Ewing|
|Deirdre Imershein||Jory Taylor|
|Jeri Gaile||Rose McKay|
|Gayle Hunnicutt||Vanessa Beaumont|
|Deborah Tranelli||Phyllis Wapner|
|Buck Taylor||Detective Bussey|
|Susan Lucci||Sheila Foley / Hillary Taylor|
|Ramy Zada||Johnny Dancer|
|Barbara Eden||Lee Ann De La Vega|
Crew View all
|Irving J. Moore|
|Writer||Leonard Katzman, David Jacobs, Mitchell Wayne Katzman, Lisa Seidman, Howard Lakin, Arthur Bernard Lewis, Louella Lee Caraway, Kenneth Horton|
|Producer||Larry Hagman, Leonard Katzman, Cliff Fenneman, Mitchell Wayne Katzman, Howard Lakin, Frank Katzman, John Rettino|
|Photography||Rick F. Gunter|
|Musician||Lance Rubin, Jerrold Immel, Richard Lewis Warren, John Carl Parker|
Episodes View details
Bobby and April's honeymoon encounters an unexpected twist with the introduction of Susan Lucci's characters,Sheila Foley. James takes over operations at Ewing Oil while J.R. mulls his fate and tries to devise a way out of the insane asylum.
With April still in harms way, Bobby is forced to acquiesce to the kidnapper's demands.Yet unrealeased from the asylum, J.R. faces off with a dangeous foe. James loses more than his shirt in a high stakes poker game.
Bobby makea a daring attempt to rescue April. J.R. finally gets out of the asylum and bids farewell to both Cally and Sly.
J.R. calls on Cally to find out where James is. Bobby is furious with Jordan and has to play along with the game. Sly teams up with James to get even. J.R. returns to an empty Southfork and finds out that Sue Ellen has married Don Lockwood, and that Duke Carlisle took James at the poker game. Liz meets with McKay and bumps into Johnny Dancer. Sheila's plan nears its conclusion as the OPEC delegates arrive, but suddenly, there is gunfire....
In the aftermath of Sheila's plot, she has disappeared, and both Jordan and April are dead. Still under pressure from Control, Liz turns down Cliff's proposal. James tries to make a deal with J.R. but his attention is rejected. He gets the same short shrift from Cliff. J.R. Tries to get the Carter via Rose. Bobby sees April buried in Paris, and leaves for Dallas. When he gets back, he puts an entire detective company out to find Sheila Foley, and makes some determined action.
James is stonewalled attempting to take down J.R. Bobby tries to cope while Michelle swears revenge, blaming him for April's death. j.r is soaring with delight as Vanessa Beaumont returns to his life. Johnny Dancer butts heads with Cliff, Liz Adams and Carter Mckay: Dancer turns up dead in his hotel room.
J.R. and Vanessa try to navigate through the ruins of James Cally. Dallas police investigate Johnny Dancer's murder, Cliff is the main suspect although Caretr Mckay may know otherwise. Bobby voes to sell Ewing Oil after he and Michelle finish hunting for Sheila Foley in Odessa.
Bobby and Michelle search for Sheila Foley in Odessa, Cliff lends his assistance and they come up with some promising leads. Vanessa accepts J.R. proposal. J.R. attempts to block the sale of Ewing Oil to no avail: LeeAnn De Vega breezes into town and sweeps it out from under him.
James reacts negatively to the news of his mother's engagement. Lee Ann De La Vega and Michelle Stevens are in cahoots against J.R. Mckay gets desperate in hia efforts to recover an incriminating tape, winds up being arrested for Johnny Dancer's.
J.R. confronts James for fathering Cally's child. Cliff and Liz get engaged. LeeAnn De La Vega dissolves Ewing Oil , strikes up a partnership with J.R. LeeAnn's motives against J.R. are revealed. Bobby returns from Paris and resumes his search for Sheila Foley.
Liz helps Bobby ascertain Sheila Foley's real identify, Hillary Taylor.LeeAnn and Michelle step up their effort to disrupt J.R.'S engagement to Vanessa. Mckay is convicted of murder! Cliff drops a bombshell, admits that he killed Johnny Dancer in self defense.
LeeAnn's scheme to sabotage J.R. and Vanessa works, Vanessa heads to Vienna. Mckay is realeased from prisom and vows to pay back J.R. ,James and Michelle reunite. With revenge in hand, LeeAnn exits for South America and relinquishes ownership of Ewing Oil to Michelle Stevens!
Michelle takes control of the former Ewing Oil and promptly gives J.R. the boot. J.R. despairs over the breakup of the family. James and Michelle get hitched, for better or for worse? Bobby heads to Malibu in search of Hillary Taylor's daughter, Jory.
J.R. rekindles some of the old South Fork traditions. Bobby positions himself to capture Hilary Taylor. James and Michelle clash in tjhe midst of their scheme. Pulling strings again, J.R. orchestrates a new plan on action.
J.R. purchases an oil company from Liz Adams and extracts revenge on LeeAnn De La Vega. James learns the oil business form the master himself. Cliff is appointed Energy Czar, spilts with Liz in the process.Michelle's attempts to seduce J.R. prove unsuccessful, yet. Joel is kidnapped; Bobby must choose between saving her or brining Hillary Taylor to justice.
Bobby returns home to South Fork. Mckay learns who really killed Johnny Dancer, plots revenge in realiation of his own downfall. Cliff teams up with Michelle in order to go after J.R. once more. The Ewing boys go on a cattle drive; Bobby announces his retirement from the oil business. A skeleton from James' closet in the shape of ex love Deborah Lyn and his son Jimmy.
Mckay lowers the boom on Cliff, forces him to resign the Energy Czar position. J.R. delays Debra Lynn from seeing James, wants nothing to interfere with his avenue back in to Ewing Oil.Finally catching on to J.R.'s machinanations, Debra Lynn burts in at South Fork and proclaims to oust Michelle!
The tangled web of James and Debra Lynn begins to unravel,much to Michelle's dismay. Jory Taylor appears at South Fork and spends her time with Bobby. The future of the Ewings at Ewing Oil is in question! J.R. learns that he is indeed the father of Cally's child and makes plans to track her down.
James and J.R. clash. Clyton comes back to the states to settle some business with the boys. John Ross and Chistopher and plot to leave Dallas for Europe. J.R locates Cally but decides to leave her to live in peace. Hillary Taylor comes looking for Jory!
James splits with Michelle in order to be with Debra Lynn and their son, JIMMY. John Ross heads to Europe with Clayton, leaves J.R. on his own. Cliff finds a way to snake himself back into Ewing Oil. Hillary Taylor makes peace with Jory, faces Bobby, and Michelle goes to South Fork with a gun to shoot J.R. but finds Hilary.As she realizes its the woman who killed her sister April, she aims the gun, pulls the trigger and Hilary is DEAD.
Michelle arrested for Hillary Taylor's murder,Cliff and J.R.jockey to take control of Ewing Oil. Jory heads back to Malilbu after her mother's funeral.Carter Mckay and Dusty Farlow give J.R. a little payback. With South Fork feeling lonely and forever changed, J.R. drinks himself to obliviion and contemplates life...
Here we have it -- the conclusion of the ""Dallas"" TV series (although, thankfully, TV movies would follow). In this two-part episode, J.R. is on the brink of despair, holding a gun to his own head, when he's visited by an other-worldly type named Adam. He takes a mystical journey in the ""It's a Wonderful Life"" slant and finds out what the lives of those around him would have been like had there never been a J.R. Ewing. With a wonderful sense of humor, the writers give us a world where Gary Ewing is a successful lawyer, Cliff Barnes is vice-president of the United States (!), Cally Harper is a battered wife, Bobby Ewing is a wandering loser, Sue Ellen Shepard is a thriving actress, and the other Ewing son is named Jason -- and is a weasley little user and jerk. Finally, the two-parter -- and the series -- ends with a gunshot. Did J.R. do it? How can he, when we have reunion movies to do? Long live the king!!!!!! And, BRBTV notes, long live the brilliance of the amazing Larry Hagman!
In this two-part episode, J.R. is on the brink of despair, holding a gun to his own head, when he's visited by an other-worldly type named Adam. He takes a mystical journey in the ""It's a Wonderful Life"" slant and finds out what the lives of those around him would have been like had there never been a J.R. Ewing. With a wonderful sense of humor, the writers give us a world where Gary Ewing is a successful lawyer, Cliff Barnes is vice-president of the United States (!), Cally Harper is a battered wife, Bobby Ewing is a wandering loser, Sue Ellen Shepard is a thriving actress, and the other Ewing son is named Jason -- and is a weasley little user and jerk. Finally, the two-parter -- and the series -- ends with a gunshot. Did J.R. do it? How can he, when we have reunion movies to do? Long live the king!!!!!! And, BRBTV notes, long live the brilliance of the amazing Larry Hagman!
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|5051892025492||2||Feb 20, 2011||5 Disk set|