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Dallas
Dallas Season 1 Episodes:


Episode 1: Digger's Daughter; Written by David Jacobs; Directed by Robert Day; 4/2/78
Bobby's marriage to Pam, the daughter of Ewing Oil's biggest rival Digger Barners, upsets the family.

Episode 2: The Lesson; Written by Virginia Aldridge; Directed by Irving J. Moore; 4/9/78
Pam befriends Lucy in an effort to be accepted by the Ewing family.

Episode 3: Spy in the House; Written by Arthur Bernard Lewis; Directed by Robert Day; 4/16/78
Pam is accused of leaking Ewing Oil information when documents turn up in Cliff Barnes' possession.

Episode 4: Winds of Vengeance; Written by Camille Marchetta; Directed by Irving J. Moore; 4/23/78
As a hurricane approaches, Pam, Sue Ellen and Lucy are taken hostage by a man whose wife had an affair with J.R.

Episode 5: Barbecue; Written by David Jacobs; Directed by Robert Day; 4/30/78
At the annual Ewing barbecue, news of Pam's pregnancy increases tensions between the Ewings and Barnes'.


Dallas Season 2 Episodes:
Episode 1: Reunion, Part 1; Written by David Jacobs; Directed by Irving J. Moore; 9/23/78
J.R. tries to stop Gary and Valene from reconciling. Lucy tries to seduce Ray.

Episode 2: Reunion, Part 2 ; Written by David Jacobs; Directed by Irving J. Moore; 9/30/78
J.R. gives Gary a doomed business venture. Digger disowns Pam.

Episode 3: Old Acquaintance; Written by Camille Marchetta; Directed by Alex March; 10/7/78
Bobby's ex-girlfriend, Jenna Wade, come to Dallas and asks him for help which makes Pam jealous.

Episode 4: Bypass; Written by Arthur Bernard Lewis; Directed by Corey Allen; 10/14/78
Jock's heart attack leads to surgery. Bobby disapproves of J.R.'s business practices.

Episode 5: Black Market Baby; Written by Darlene Craviotto; Directed by Lawrence Dobkin; 10/15/78
In an effort to produce an heir before Pam, Sue Ellen considers adoption.

Episode 6: Double Wedding; Written by Jim Inman & Arthur Bernard Lewis; Directed by Paul Stanley; 10/21/78
Pam's ex-husband comes to Dallas and claims that they are still married, which J.R. looks to use to his advantage.

Episode 7: Runaway; Written by Worley Thorne; Directed by Barry Crane; 10/28/78
An argument with Jock causes Lucy to run away from home and into danger.

Episode 8: Election; Written by Rena Down; Directed by Barry Crane; 11/5/78
J.R. plots to derail Cliff Barnes' candidacy for state senate.

Episode 9: Survival; Written by D.C. Fontana & Richard Fontana; Directed by Irving J. Moore; 11/12/78
Sue Ellen and Pam fear for their husbands and their own places at the ranch when the Ewing Oil plane crashes.

Episode 10: Act of Love; Written by Leonard Katzman; Directed by Corey Allen; 11/19/78
Sue Ellen learns that she's pregnant soon after an affair with Cliff and is unsure who is the father.

Episode 11: Triangle; Written by Camille Marchetta; Directed by Vincent McEvetty; 11/26/78
Ray plans to propose to a country singer, but she falls for J.R. after he gets her a recording contract.

Episode 12: Fallen Idol; Written by Arthur Bernard Lewis; Directed by Vincent McEveety; 12/3/78
Bobby's college friend Guzzler comes to town and they plan to go into the construction business.

Episode 13: Kidnapped; Written by Camille Marchetta; Directed by Lawrence Dobkin; 12/17/78
Bobby is kidnapped and J.R. and Ray attempt a rescue.

Episode 14: Home Again; Written by Arthur Bernard Lewis; Directed by Don McDougall; 1/7/79
Miss Ellie's long presumed dead brother returns and she announces that he will take over Southfork.

Episode 15: For Love or Money; Written by Leonard Katzman; Directed by Irving J. Moore; 1/14/79
Another affair by J.R. sends Sue Ellen out of Southfork and back to her newly arrived mother and sister.

Episode 16: Julie's Return; Written by Rena Down; Directed by Les Martinson; 1/26/79
Jock rekindles a relationship with his former secretary Julie.

Episode 17: The Red File, Part 1; Written by Arthur Bernard Lewis; Director: Leonard Katzman; 2/2/79
J.R. has Cliff arrested for murder when Julie is found dead.

Episode 18: The Red File, Part 2; Written by Arthur Bernard Lewis; Director: Leonard Katzman; 2/9/79
Pam is convinced that J.R. has framed Cliff for murder so Bobby works to discover the truth about Julie's murder.

Episode 19: Sue Ellen's Sister; Written by Camille Marchetta; Directed by Irving J. Moore; 2/16/79
With Pam away, her sister Kristin goes after Bobby.

Episode 20: Call Girl; Written by Rena Down; Directed by Les Martinson; 2/23/79
When Pam befriends a former call girl, J.R. schemes to make Pam look like she's one as well.

Episode 21: Royal Marriage; Written by Camille Marchetta; Directed by Gunnar Hellstrom; 3/9/79
J.R. pushes for Lucy to marry Kit Mainwaring, which would lead to a merger with Mainwairing Oil.

Episode 22: The Outsiders; Written by Leonard Katzman; Directed by Dennis Donnelly; 3/16/79
J.R. looks to capitalize on the affair that Senator Sam Culver's wife is having with Ray.

Episode 23: John Ewing III, Part 1; Written by Camille Marchetta; Director: Leonard Katzman; 3/22/79
J.R. puts a pregnant Sue Ellen in a sanitarium because of her alcoholism. Lucy turns to drugs after her break-up.

Episode 24: John Ewing III, Part 2; Written by Camille Marchetta; Director: Leonard Katzman; 4/6/79
Sue Ellen manages to get out of the sanitarium. Bobby begins to suspect that Cliff may the fetus' father.





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