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Dallas Season 6 Episodes:


Episode 1 - "Changing of the Guard"; Written by Arthur Bernard Lewis; Directed by Michael Preece; 10/1/82;
J.R. is removed as president of Ewing Oil and learns that he's not Christopher's father. Cliff fights for his life.

Episode 2 - "Where There's a Will"; Written and Directed by Leonard Katzman; 10/8/82;
J.R. schemes to get a preview of Jocks's will, while Sue Ellen considers whether she really wants to marry him.

Episode 3 - "Billion Dollar Question"; Written by Arthur Bernard Lewis; Directed by Michael Preece; 10/15/82;
J.R. has the IRS visit Bobby. Lucy deals with her pregnancy. Miss Ellie decides to reenter the social scene at the Oil Baons Ball.

Episode 4 - "The Big Ball"; Written and Directed by Leonard Katzman; 10/22/82;
J.R. continues to secretly run Harwood Oil. Miss Ellie decides to have Jock declared legally dead.

Episode 5 - "Jock's Will"; Written by David Paulsen; Directed by Michael Preece; 10/29/82;
Jock's will reveals the fate of Ewing Oil. J.R. and Sue Ellen pick a wedding date.

Episode 6 - "Aftermath"; Written by David Paulsen; Directed by Leonard Katzman; 11/5/82;
J.R. and Bobby begin to battle for control of Ewing Oil.

Episode 7 - "Hit and Run"; Written by Howard Lakin; Directed by Michael Preece; 11/12/82;
Cliff takes over Barnes-Wentworth and Pam is torn over her loyalties between the Barnes and the Ewings.

Episode 8 - "The Ewing Touch"; Written by Howard Lakin; Directed by Leonard Katzman; 11/19/82;
J.R. gets underhanded while competing with Bobby. Christopher's adoption is finalized.

Episode 9 - "Fringe Benefits"; Written by Will Lorin; Directed by Michael Preece; 11/26/82;
J.R. does want to see Miss Ellie socializing with men, while Pam begs Bobby to end the competition for Ewing Oil.

Episode 10 - "The Wedding"; Written by Will Lorin; Directed by Leonard Katzman; 12/3/82;
J.R. and Sue Ellen's wedding day arrives.

Episode 11 - " Post Nuptial"; Written by David Paulsen; Directed by Michael Preece; 12/10/82;
Cliff gets into a fight with J.R. Bobby thinks J.R. is engaging in illegal oil sales.

Episode 12 - "Barbecue Three"; Written by Arthur Bernard Lewis; Directed by Leonard Katzman; 12/17/82;
Cliff and the cartel confront J.R. at the annual barbeque. Miss Ellie decided to stop the family fight over Ewing Oil

Episode 13 - "Mama Dearest"; Written by Arthur Bernard Lewis; Directed by Patrick Duffy; 12/31/82;
Bobby and J.R. are unhappy about Miss Ellie's decision to contest Jock's will.

Episode 14 - "The Ewing Blues"; Written and Directed by David Paulsen; 1/7/83;
Miss Ellie has second thoughts about contesting Jock's will. Pam meets Mark Graison.

Episode 15 - "The Reckoning"; Written by Will Lorin; Directed by Bill Duke; 1/14/83;
The battle over Jock's will goes to court. J.R. hopes to use Mark Graison to split Bobby and Pam.

Episode 16 - "A Ewing Is a Ewing"; Written by Frank Furino; Directed by Larry Hagman; 1/28/83;
Cliff plots to get J.R. to run for political office and out of the oil business.

Episode 17 - "The Crash of '83"; Written by Howard Lakin; Directed by Bill Duke; 2/3/83;
Bobby blackmails Hicks to stop J.R., who is worried that Clayton will undermine his standing with Miss Ellie.

Episode 18 - "Requiem"; Written by Linda Elstad; Directed by Larry Hagman; 2/11/83;
Rebecca fights for her life after the plane crash.

Episode 19 - "Legacy"; Written by Robert Sherman; Directed by Patrick Duffy; 2/18/83;
Pam leaves Southfork. J.R. offers Bobby a deal over Ewing Oil. Clayton admits to dating Miss Ellie.

Episode 20 - "Brothers and Sisters"; Written by Will Lorin; Directed by Larry Hagman; 2/25/83;
Katherine plots to get Bobby to see Pam with Mark. Clayton sells Southern Cross and moves closer to Southfork.

Episode 21 - "Caribbean Connection"; Written by Will Lorin; Directed by Patrick Duffy; 3/4/83;
Bobby and Ray move to halt J.R.'s deal to sell oil to Cuba.

Episode 22 - "The Sting"; Written by David Paulsen; Directed by Larry Elikann; 3/11/83;
Bobby and Ray succeed in halting J.R.'s Cuban oil deal. Katherine office to help J.R. fight Cliff.

Episode 23 - "Hell Hath No Fury"; Written by Arthus Bernard Lewis; Directed by Ernest Pintoff; 3/18/83;
J.R. plans to travel to Cuba. Weather threatens Bobby's Canadian deal. Ray offers his help in the Ewing Oil fight.

Episode 24 - "Cuba Libre"; Written by Leonard Katzman; Directed by Robert C. Thompson; 3/25/83;
J.R. goes to Puerto Rico. Katherine moves on Bobby while Pam and Mark are on a French vacation.

Episode 25 - "Tangled Web"; Written by David Paulsen; Directed by Nicolas Sgarro; 4/1/83;
J.R. goes to Cuba to get his $40 million back. Miss Ellie confronts Clayton about his relationship with Sue Ellen.

Episode 26 - "Things Ain't Goin' Too Good at Southfork";
Written by Leonard Katzman; Directed by Gunnar Hellstrom; 4/15/83;
J.R.'s infidelity causes Sue Ellen to start drinking again. Pam returns from France and asks Bobby about Katherine.

Episode 27 - "Penultimate"; Written by Howard Lakin; Directed by Nick Havinga; 4/29/84;
Mickey is left in a coma by the car accident. Lucy blames Sue Ellen, while Clayton blames J.R. for her drinking again.

Episode 28 - "Ewing Inferno"; Written by Arthur Bernard Lewis; Directed by Leonard Katzman; 5/6/84;
Pam seeks a divorce. Ray and J.R. fight, which starts a fire at Southfork.





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