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Dallas Season 8 Episodes:


Episode 1 - "Killer at Large"; Written by Arthur Bernard Lewis; Directed by Leonard Katzman; 9/28/84;
Reversal of Fortune: Cliff hits a gusher and Bobby is left blinded by the attempt on his life.

Episode 2 - "Battle Lines"; Written by Arthur Bernard Lewis; Directed by Nick Havinga; 10/5/84;
J.R. fumes when Donna moves into Bobby's office. Meanwhile, the Bobby-Jenna wedding is put on hold.

Episode 3 - "If At First You Don't Succeed"; Written by David Paulsen; Directed by Leonard Katzman; 10/12/84;
Cliff's accused of murder, but he has one person on his side: Pam joins her brother in a plot to ruin J.R.

Episode 4 - "Jamie"; Written by David Paulsen; Directed by Nick Havinga; 10/19/84;
An old enemy takes another stab at Bobby, and a new Ewing joins the family at Southfork.

Episode 5 - "Family"; Written and Directed by Leonard Katzman; 10/26/84;
Jamie's arrival has J.R.'s undies in a Texas-sized twist. And when J.R.'s riled up, bad things happen.

Episode 6 - "Shadow of a Doubt"; Written by Leonard Katzman; Directed by Nick Havinga; 11/2/84;
Scam or miracle? Flowers arrive for Pam - from Mark. Definitely scam: J.R. tricks Cliff - again.

Episode 7 - "Homecoming"; Written by Arthur Bernard Lewis; Directed by Gwen Arner; 11/9/84;
The honeymoon is over: Miss Ellie and Clayton arrive home and step right into a hornet's nest of trouble.

Episode 8 - "Oil Baron's Ball III"; Written by David Paulsen; Directed by Michael Preece; 11/16/84;
Another ball, another blowup. J.R. shares some news with the partygoers - news that leaves one Ewing devastated.

Episode 9 - "Shadows"; Written by David Paulsen; Directed by Gwen Arner; 11/23/84;
Old sins cast long shadows: the past haunts Clayton, Miss Ellie, Jenna and J.R.

Episode 10 - "Charlie"; Written by Leonard Katzman; Directed by Michael Preece; 11/30/84;
Charlie disappears. Did her father kidnap her? Also, Cliff enlists Mandy to spy on a smitten J.R.

Episode 11 - "Barbeque Five"; Written by Arthur Bernard Lewis; Directed by Gwen Arner; 12/7/84;
It's barbeque time again, so you know something's going to ignite. This time it's Jamie with the match and gasoline.

Episode 12 - "Do You Take This Woman..."; Written by Leonard Katzman; Directed by Michael Preece; 12/14/84;
Bobby and Jenna's wedding day dawns, but there is a detour on the way to the altar.

Episode 13 - "Deja Vu"; Written by David Paulsen; Directed by Leonard Katzman; 12/21/84;
Afraid that Jenna's desertion will bring Bobby and Pam together, J.R. does what comes naturally: cheat.

Episode 14 - "Odd Man Out"; Written by Arthur Bernard Lewis; Directed by Larry Hagman; 12/26/85;
Pam searches for Mark, hoping he may still be alive. Meanwhile, someone else is definitely - and suddenly - dead.

Episode 15 - "Lockup in Laredo"; Written by David Paulsen; Director by Patrick Duffy; 1/4/85;
Jenna is a guest of the good citizens of Laredo, charged with murder. And her memory of events is a mite hazy.

Episode 16 - "Winds of War"; Written and Directed by Leonard Katzman; 1/11/85;
Jamie moves out. Bobby hunts for Charlie and the battle begins for control of Ewing Oil.

Episode 17 - "Bail Out"; Written by David Paulsen; Directed by Michael Preece; 1/25/85;
"Got a feeling in my bones!" Cliff shows up at Ewing Oil, boasting he'll soon be taking over.

Episode 18 - "Legacy of Hate"; Written by Arthur Bernard Lewis; Directed by Robert Becker; 2/1/85;
Dark days for J.R.: Mandy dumps him, and Pam joins Cliff and Jamie's attempt to take over Ewing Oil.

Episode 19 - "Sins of the Fathers"; Written by Leonard Katzman; Directed by Larry Hagman; 2/8/85;
J.R. and Ray track down a grizzled roughneck who has startling information about Jock, Digger and Jason.

Episode 20 - "The Brothers Ewing"; Written by David Paulsen; Directed by Patrick Duffy; 2/15/85;
After years of dust-ups, Bobby and J.R. agree to fight on the same side...even if they have to fight dirty.

Episode 21 - "Shattered Dreams"; Written by Arthur Bernard Lewis; Directed by Nick Havinga; 2/22/85;
Some girls just can't get a break: Jenna has another close encounter with a dead body.

Episode 22 - "Dead Ends"; Written by Leonard Katzman; Directed by Michael Preece; 3/1/85;
Pam and Sue Ellen search for Mark in Hong Kong, J.R. decks Cliff after he insults Mandy.

Episode 23 - "Trial and Error"; Written by David Paulsen; Directed by Larry Hagman; 3/8/85;
Jenna's murder trial begins amid fears, lies, betrayals, suspicions and marital strife.

Episode 24 - "The Verdict"; Written by David Paulsen; Directed by Patrick Duffy; 3/15/85;
A surprise verdict will change Jenna's life forever - and impact everyone around her.

Episode 25 - "Sentences"; Written by Arthur Bernard Lewis; Directed by Michael Preece; 3/29/85;
Bobby does the write thing to protect Charlie. J.R. does the wrong thing (what else?) to protect Ewing Oil.

Episode 26 - "Terms of Estrangement"; Written by Peter Dunne; Directed by Alexander Singer; 4/12/85;
After conniving every which way to keep Bobby and Pam apart, J.R. now schemes to get them together.

Episode 27 - "The Ewing Connection"; Written by Arthur Bernard Lewis; Directed by Nick Havinga; 4/19/85;
It's deal time over Ewing Oil, so you know J.R.'s dealt himself a winning hand. Or has he?

Episode 28 - "Deeds and Misdeeds"; Written by David Paulsen; Directed by Michael Preece; 5/3/85;
A marriage begins: Cliff and Jamie exchange vows. Does another end? J.R. promises Mandy he'll get rid of Sue Ellen.

Episode 29 - "Deliverance"; Written by Peter Dunne; Directed by Nick Havinga; 5/10/85;
A killer confesses. Pam and Bobby pledges their love and the fight for Ewing Oil becomes a courtroom drama.

Episode 30 - "Swan Song"; Written and Directed by Leonard Katzman; 5/17/85;
Old friends return. So do old enemies. Couples find...and lose...each other. And stark tragedy revisits the Ewings.





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