Dallas Season 3 Episodes:
Episode 1: Whatever Happened to Baby John, Part 1;
Written by Camille Marchetta; Directed by Leonard Katzman; 9/21/79
Little boy lost. The Ewings unite in grief when baby John Ross is kidnapped from the maternity ward.
Episode 2: Whatever Happened to Baby John, Part 2;
Written by Camille Marchetta; Directed by Leonard Katzman; 9/28/79
Bobby suspects Cliff Barnes, but Pam solves the kidnapping when she recalls a mysterious woman at the hospital.
Episode 3: The Silent Killer; Written by Arthur Bernard Lewis; Directed by Irving J. Moore; 10/5/79
Baby J.R. III's alluring Aunt Kristin comes to visit the newborn, but she only has eyes for J.R.II.
Episode 4: Secrets; Written by Arthur Bernard Lewis; Directed by Leonard Katzman; 10/12/79
Another little Ewing? Pam's pregnant, but her fears about the baby's health prevent her from telling Bobby.
Episode 5: The Kristin Affair; Written by Worley Thorne; Directed by Irving J. Moore; 10/19/79
J.R. keeps two events under his cowboy hat: he mortgages Southfork and puts the moves on Kristin.
Episode 6: The Dove Hunt; Written by D.C.& Richard Fontana; Director: Leonard Katzman; 10/26/79
The Southfork men go hunting - but they're the prey. Enemies from Jock's past take aim at the Ewings.
Episode 7: The Lost Child; Written by Rena Down; Directed by Irving J. Moore; 11/2/79
After a riding accident, Pam loses her baby and finds the courage to tell Bobby her heartbreaking secret.
Episode 8: Rodeo; Written by Camille Marchetta; Directed by Leonard Katzman; 11/9/79
At the rodeo, a cowboy lassoes Sue Ellen's heart and Digger Barnes sees the baby who may be his grandson.
Episode 9: Mastectomy, Part 1; Written by Arthur Bernard Lewis; Director: Irving J. Moore; 11/16/79
Jock and Miss Ellie are keeping secrets: he was married before and she may be facing a mastectomy.
Episode 10: Mastectomy, Part 2; Written by Arthur Bernard Lewis; Director: Irving J. Moore; 11/16/79
After Miss Ellie's operation, two men vie for her attention: Jock and long ago beau Digger Barnes.
Episode 11: The Heiress; Written by Loraine Despres; Directed by Leslie H. Martinson; 11/23/79
J.R. weaves a tangled web as he secretly backs Cliff's bid for Congress and keeps a spy in the campaign.
Episode 12: Ellie Saves the Day; Writer: Arthur Bernard Lewis; Director: Gunnar Hellstrom; 11/30/79
J.R.'s plan hits the fan learns he mortgaged Southfork to finance his Asian oil venture.
Episode 13: Mother of the Year; Written by Rena Down; Directed by Larry Hagman; 12/14/79
Good news for the Ewings: the Asian wells come in and Sue Ellen finally shows her baby some love.
Episode 14: Return Engagements; Written by David Jacobs; Directed by Gunnar Hellstrom; 12/20/79
It's Gary Ewing's birthday, but Miss Ellie gets the present: she's thrilled when Gary and Valene remarry.
Episode 15: Love and Marriage; Written by Leonard Katzman; Directed by Alexander Singer; 12/21/79
When Sue Ellen devotes herself to motherhood, Pam devotes more time to her job...to Bobby's dismay.
Episode 16: Power Play; Written by Jeff Young; Directed by Leslie H. Martinson; 1/4/80
Aisle be seeing you. J.R. plots to get rid of his niece Lucy by marrying her off to one of his flunkies.
Episode 17: Paternity Suit; Written by Loraine Despres; Directed by Henry Harris; 1/11/80
Who's your daddy? J.R. and Cliff square off in a paternity suit to determine who fathered Sue Ellen's baby.
Episode 18: Jenna's Return; Written by Camille Marchetta; Directed by Irving J. Moore; 1/18/80
bobby turns up the heat with old flame Jenna Wade while J.R. tries to cool down the Sue Ellen-Dusty romance.
Episode 19: Sue Ellen's Choice; Written by Camille Marchetta; Directed by Leonard Katzman; 2/1/80
D-I-V-O-R-C-E. Sue Ellen wants one, and J.R. is happy to oblige...if he gets custody of John Ross.
Episode 20: Second Thoughts: Written by Linda B. Elstad; Directed by Irving J. Moore; 2/8/80
One of J.R.'s schemes works: Cliff faces ruin. One doesn't: Jock foils his plan to get Lucy out of Dallas.
Episode 21: Divorce - Ewing Style; Written and Directed by Leonard Katzman; 2/25/80
Sue Ellen has an anniversary surprise for J.R.: a private eye snooping for proof of his infidelity.
Episode 22: Jock's Trial, Part 1; Written by Arthur Bernard Lewis; Director: Irving J. Moore; 2/22/80
After the skeleton of a murdered man is discovered at Southfork, prosecutor Cliff Barnes accuses Jock.
Episode 23: Jock's Trial, Part 2; Written by Arthur Bernard Lewis; Director: Irving J. Moore; 2/29/80
Jock's on trial for murder, but the real killer confesses...and makes another startling admission.
Episode 24: The Wheeler Dealer; Written by Barbara Searles; Directed by Alexander Singer; 3/14/80
While J.R. scrambles to save his assets in the Asian oilfields, his parents visit Jock's first wife Amanda.
Episode 25: A House Divided; Written by Rena Down; Directed by Irving J. Moore; 3/21/80
J.R. discovers what years of cheating and lying get him: two bullets in the gut. But who pulled the trigger?
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