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Dallas Season 10 Episodes:


Episodes 1 & 2 - "Return to Camelot, Parts 1 & 2";
Written by Leonard Katzman & Mitchell Wayne Katzman; Directed by Leonard Katzman; 9/26/86;
It was all a dream. Bobby's alive, and most everything - schemes, dreams and danger - is as it was one year earlier. Ewing Oil Field 12 exploded, and Sue Ellen and Mandy unsheathe their claws over J.R.

Episode 3 - "Pari Per Sue"; Written by David Paulsen; Directed by Michael Preece; 10/3/86;
Mandy gets the feeling that she's being followed. Cliff's itching to grab Jack's 10% share of Ewing Oil.

Episode 4 - "Once and Future King"; Written by Calvin Clements, Jr.; Directed by Leonard Katzman; 10/10/86;
The global oil patch: With a little paramilitary help, J.R. plots to cut off the world's supply of Arab crude.

Episode 5 - "Enigma"; Written by Leah Markus; Directed by Michael Preece; 10/17/86;
"Jock is dead! He died over five years ago in South America." Or did he? Wes Parmalee claims he's the missing Ewing patriarch.

Episode 6 - "Trompe L'Oeil"; Written & Directed by Leonard Katzman; 10/24/86;
The Ewing sons tell Wes to buy himself a one-way ticket out of Dallas. April, Jack's greedy ex, comes to town.

Episode 7 - "Territorial Imperative"; Written by David Paulsen; Directed by Michael Preece; 10/31/86;
Two plots thicken: J.R.'s to invade Arab oil fields and Wes's to muscle his way into the family.

Episode 8 - "The Second Time Around"; Written by Calvin Clements, Jr.; Directed by Leonard Katzman; 11/7/86;
Pam and Bobby's wedding has everything: music, flowers, a radiant bride...and a groom with a pregnant girlfriend.

Episode 9 - "Bells Are Ringing"; Written by Leah Markus; Directed by Michael Preece; 11/14/86;
J.R., bless his heart, knows how to save his brother's wedding: same groom, different bride!

Episode 10 - "Who's Who At the Oil Baron's Ball"; Written by David Paulsen; Director: Leonard Katzman; 11/21/86;
Wes stirs up a Texas tornado when he takes the stage at the Oil Baron's Ball to announce he's really Jock Ewing.

Episode 11 - "Proof Positive"; Written by Calvin Clements, Jr.; Directed by Michael Preece; 11/26/86;
Wes takes a polygraph. Pam pushes the limit with Jenna. Clayton gauges the strength of his marriage.

Episode 12 - "Something Old, Something New"; Written by Leah Markus; Directed by Leonard Katzman; 12/5/86;
Play with fire, expect to get burned. J.R.'s in deep with the Feds when news of his Saudi adventure gets out.

Episode 13 - "Bar-B-Cued"; Written by David Paulsen; Directed by Michael Preece; 12/12/86;
Is Wes truly Jock Ewing - or the lyingest polecat to his Dallas since J.R.? Bobby finds out.

Episode 14 - "The Fire Next Time"; Written by David Paulsen; Directed by Patrick Duffy; 12/19/86;
Clayton wants Wes Parmalee's hide. Jeremy Wendell wants Ewing Oil. Donna wants out of her marriage.

Episode 15 - "So Shall Ye Reap"; Written by Leonard Katzman; Directed by Jerry Jameson; 1/2/87;
J.R. walks into his office and finds a man waiting for him. A dead man. Must be a message from B.D. Calhoun.

Episode 16 - "Tick, Tock"; Written by Mitchell Wayne Katzman; Directed by Patrick Duffy; 1/9/87;
Ray and Clayton go into business together. Sue Ellen meets an attractive man who has an ominous tie to J.R.

Episode 17 - "Night Visitor"; Written by Calvin Clements, Jr.; Directed by Larry Hagman; 1/23/87;
Wake up, J.R. That tick-tick-ticking beside your bed is definitely not a clock.

Episode 18 - "Cat and Mouse"; Written by Leah Markus; Directed by Michael Preece; 1/30/87;
Ray visits Donna. Cliff and Wendell meet up. Sue Ellen spends the night with someone she can't remember.

Episode 19 - "High Noon For Calhoun"; Written & Directed by David Paulsen; 2/6/87;
J.R. finds himself and John Ross facing death when B.D. Calhoun seeks revenge - with a gun.

Episode 20 - "Olio"; Written by Leonard Katzman; Directed by Steve Kanaly; 2/13/87;
In California, J.R. recuperates from his wound while the police keep Bobby and Ray cooling their heels.

Episode 21 - "A Death in the Family"; Written by Mitchell Wayne Kaztman; Directed by Michael Preece; 2/20/87;
Jamie's death has some folks grieving - and J.R. hankering after her 10% share of Ewing Oil.

Episode 22 - "Revenge of the Nerd"; Written by Calvin Clements, Jr.; Directed by Linda Gray; 2/27/87;
Cliff has a tough time playing heartbroken widower - and an easy time trying to cash in on Jamie's estate.

Episode 23 - "The Ten Percent Solution"; Written by Susan Howard Chrane; Directed by Michael Preece; 3/13/87;
Jamie may have been murders and Cliff's a suspect. How nice, and it isn't even J.R.'s birthday.

Episode 24 - "Some Good, Some Bad"; Written by Louella Lee Caraway; Directed by Larry Hagman; 3/20/87;
Bobby and Ray come to blows over Jenna. Pam and Cliff part ways over the Wendell deal.

Episode 25 - "War and Peace"; Written by Lean Markus; Directed by Dwight Adair; 4/3/87;
As Mrs. Scottfield schemes against the Ewings, the court decides the ownership of Jamie's share of Ewing Oil.

Episode 26 - "Ruthless People"; Written by Mitchell Wayne Katzman; Directed by Patrick Duffy; 4/10/87;
Revenge has always been the name of the game in Dallas. Now wendell wants to be a player.

Episode 27 - "The Dark at the End of the Tunnel"; Written by Calvin Clements, Jr.; Director: Larry Hagman; 4/17/87
Break out the single-barrel bourbon! at last, J.R. gains control of Ewing Oil - just in time for a big DOJ investigation.

Episode 28 - "Two-Fifth"; Written by Leonard Katzman; Directed by Michael Preece; 4/11/86;
With Bobby's help, J.R. battles the Justice Department in a bid to save the empire his daddy built.

Episode 29 - "Fall of the House of Ewing"; Written by David Paulsen; Directed by Leonard Katzman; 5/5/87;
Ewing Oil teeters on the brink. Clayton faces a medical crisis. Pam drives straight into a fiery tragedy.

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