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Dallas Season 4 Episodes:


Episode 1 - "No More Mister Nice Guy, Part 1";
Written by Arthur Bernard Lewis; Directed by Leonard Katzman; 11/7/80
J.R. is rushed to the hospital. As the police investigate, the family hopes he awakens and identifies the shooter.

Episode 2 - "No More Mister Nice Guy, Part 2";
Written by Arthur Bernard Lewis; Directed by Leonard Katzman; 11/9/80
Bobby takes over Ewing Oil while J.R. undergoes surgery. Sue Ellen wonders if she might be the shooter.

Episode 3 - "Nightmare"; Written By Linda B. Elstad; Directed by Irving J. Moore; 11/14/80
Bobby's decisions are being undermined by J.R. Miss Ellie finds the gun used. Sue Ellen's guilt causes nightmares.

Episode 4 - "Who Done It?"; Written by Loraine Despres; Directed by Leonard Katzman; 11/21/80
Sue Ellen is arrested for J.R.'s shooting and is abandoned by the Ewing family. Therapy sessions reveal who shot J.R.

Episode 5 - "Taste of Success"; Written by Robert J. Shaw; Directed by Leonard Katzman; 11/28/80
As head of Ewing Oil, Bobby sets out to buy a refinery, something that Jock and J.R. never accomplished.

Episode 6 - "The Venezuelan Connection"; Written by Leah Markus; Directed by Leonard Katzman; 12/5/80
Jock is put in the middle when J.R. looks to return to running Ewing Oil, but Bobbyh doesn't give up control.

Episode 7 - "The Fourth Son"; Written by Howard Lakin; Directed by Irving J. Moore; 12/12/80
Bobby has to deal with his first crisis when a tanker full of oil sinks.

Episode 8 - "Trouble at Ewing 23"; Written by Louis Elias; Directed by Leonard Katzman; 12/19/80
J.R. uses a threat to blow up Ewing 23 to scheme to take back control of Ewing Oil. Ray learns that he is Jock's son.

Episode 9 - "The Prodigal Mother"; Written by David Paulsen; Directed by Irving J. Moore; 1/2/81
Pam thinks she's finally found her mother.

Episode 10 - "Executive Wife"; Written by Rena Down; Directed by Leonard Katzman; 1/9/81
Pam feels neglected by Bobby's preoccupation with Ewing Oil.

Episode 11 - "The End of the Road, Part 1"; Written by Leonard Katzman; Directed by Irving J. Moore; 1/16/81
J.R. plots to take advantage of Bobby doing a Ewing Oil deal that conflicts with Jock's plans.

Episode 12 - "The End of the Road, Part 2"; Written By Leonard Katzman; Directed by Irving J. Moore; 1/23/81
J.R. flirtations with Afton at Lucy's wedding drives Sue Ellen to an old boyfriend.

Episode 13 - "Making of a President"; Written by Arthur Bernard Lewis; Directed by Gunnar Hellstrom; 1/30/81
J.R. looks for PR help to improve his image now that he's back running Ewing Oil.

Episode 14 - "Start the Revolution with Me"; Written by Rena Down; Directed by Larry Hagman; 2/6/81
J.R. looks to take revenge on the Asian government that seized Ewing Oil wells and fails to seduce his PR advisor.

Episode 15 - "The Quest"; Written by Robert J. Shaw; Directed by Gunnar Hellstrom; 2/13/81
J.R. attempts to stop Cliff's latest political ambitions.

Episode 16 - "Lover, Come Back"; Written by Leonard Katzman; Directed by Irving J. Moore; 2/20/81
Sue Ellen's learns that Dusty is alive. The cartel is revived due to J.R.s Asian dealings.

Episode 17 - "The New Mrs. Ewing"; Written by Linda B. Elstad; Directed by Patrick Duffy; 2/27/81
Donna and Ray marry. J.R. is alienated from the cartel.

Episode 18 - "Mark of Cain"; Written by Leah Markus; Directed by Larry Hagman; 3/13/81
The Ewing family is divided over the Takapa deal. Sue Ellen carries on with Clint Ogden.

Episode 19 - "The Gathering Storm"; Written by Robert J. Shaw; Directed by Michael Preece; 3/27/81
Jock threatens to sell Ewing Oil if he and Miss Ellie divorce.

Episode 20 - "Ewing vs. Ewing"; Written by Leah Markus; Directed by Irving J. Moore; 4/2/81
J.R. revs up his plan to sell out Ewing Oil, while Donna and Ray attempt to mend Jock and Miss Ellie's marriage.

Episode 21 - "New Beginnings"; Written by Arthur Bernard Lewis; Directed by Irving J. Moore; 4/10/81
Jock and Miss Ellie reconcile, which halts J.R.'s plan to sell Ewing Oil.

Episode 22 - "Full Circle"; Written by Arthur Bernard Lewis; Directed by Michael Preece; 4/17/81
Kristin returns to Dallas. Lucy and Mitch split. Cliff meets his mother.

Episode 23 - "Ewing-Gate"; Written by Leonard Katzman; Directed by Leonard Katzman; 5/1/81
The Asian oil scandal may cost him Ewing Oil and his freedom. Cliff finds a dead woman in Southfork's pool.





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