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Dallas Season 9 Episodes:


Episode 1 - "The Family Ewing"; Written by Leonard Katzman; Directed by Nick Havings; 9/27/85;
Bobby's funeral brings Gary to Southfork, Sue Ellen to the nearest bar and J.R. to a profound realization.

Episode 2 - "Rock Bottom"; Written by Joel J. Feigenbaum; Directed by Michael Preece; 9/27/85;
Sue Ellen's two new friends are a bag lady and her bottle of wine. Bobby's will may benefit Cliff.

Episode 3 - "Those Eyes"; Written by Peter Dunne; Directed by Nick Havinga; 10/4/85;
J.R. wants Sue Ellen institutionalized. And he wants Pam's Ewing Oil Stock. One out of two ain't bad, J.R.

Episode 4 - "Resurrection"; Written by Hollace White and Stephanie Garman; Directed by Michael Preece; 10/11/85;
New starts: Sue Ellen finds the strength to turn down a drink. Pam finds another chance for love.

Episode 5 - "Saving Grace"; Written by Joel J. Feigenbaum; Directed by Nick Havinga; 10/18/85;
J.R.'s sins come back to haunt him when Mark vows revenge just as the Weststar honchos close in on Ewing Oil.

Episode 6 - "Mothers"; Written by Hollace White and Stephanie Garman; Directed by Michael Preece; 10/25/85;
What's a mother to do? Not much. Miss Ellie tells Sue Ellen's mother that their children have to solve their own problems.

Episode 7 - "The Wind of Change"; Written by Peter Dunne; Directed by Corey Allen; 11/1/85;
Pam holds the future of Ewing Oil in her hands - and doesn't that put a burr under J.R.'s saddle.

Episode 8 - "Quandary"; Written by Joel J. Feigenbaum; Directed by Michael Preece; 11/8/85;
Wealthy new-hottie-in-town Angelica Nero is fascinated by oilmen, including J.R.

Episode 9 - "Close Encounters"; Written by Hollace White & Stephanie Garman; Directed by Corey Allen; 11/15/85;
Ridin', ropin' and romance. When Southfork hosts a rodeo, there's plenty of action in -and out of - the arena.

Episode 10 - "Suffer the Little Children"; Written by Leonard Katzman; Directed by Michael Preece; 11/22/85;
"We have to talk about what happens now." Ray and Donna try to pick up the pieces of their lives after the rodeo accident.

Episode 11 - "The Prize"; Written by Hollace White and Stephanie Garman; Directed by Corey Allen; 11/29/85;
J.R. has Angelica investigated. Trouble at home: John Ross runs away before the judge determines custody.

Episode 12 - "En Passant"; Written by Peter Dunne and Joel J. Feigenbaum; Directed by Michael Preece; 12/6/85;
What happened to the detective J.R. hired to snoop on Angelica? And where's the letter he mailed before he disappeared?

Episode 13 - "Goodbye, Farewell and Amen"; Written by Will Lorin; Directed by Linda Day; 12/13/85;
Come home, darlin'! J.R. has a change of heart about Sue Ellen. But wait - that would mean J.R. has a heart.

Episode 14 - "Curiosity Killed the Cat"; Written by Deanne Barkley; Directed by Larry Hagman; 12/20/85;
Surprise: A package meant for Bobby contains a huge emerald. Surprise: Mandy sees J.R. leave Angelica's hotel in the wee small hours.

Episode 15 - "The Missing Link"; Written by Bill Taub; Directed by Linda Day; 1/3/86;
Women in charge. Pam goes into the emerald-mining business. Sue Ellen takes a job. Mandy plays J.R. for a sap.

Episode 16 - "Twenty-Four Hours"; Writers: Hollace White & Stephanie Garman; Director: Robert Becker; 1/10/86;
With Jamie near death and in need of a compatible blood donor, folks start hunting for her missing brother.

Episode 17 - "The Deadly Game"; Written by Bill Taub; Directed by Larry Hagman; 1/17/86;
Blood will out: When blood analysis confirms that Jack is Jamie's sister, J.R. realizes Angelica lied to him. But why?

Episode 18 - "Blame it on Bogota"; Written by Peter Dunne; Directed by Robert Becker; 1/24/86;
Pam, your emerald mine sounds like a great deal, which means J.R. must have a plan to turn it into disaster.

Episode 19 - "Shadow Games"; Written by Joel J. Feigenbaum; Directed by Roy Campanella, Jr.; 1/31/86;
Pam treks into the Colombian wilds. Back home, J.R. finds the newly competent Sue Ellen alluring.

Episode 20 - "Missing"; Written by Leonard Katzman; Directed by Michael Hoey; 2/7/86;
It's a jungle out there: Matt discovers the campsite in flames and Pam and her missing party.

Episode 21 - "Dire Straits"; Written by Joel J. Feigenbaum and Peter Dunne; Directed by Bruce Bilson; 2/14/86;
In Colombia, Mark and Cliff trust Matt with the money to ransom Pam. That may be a bad move, guys.

Episode 22 - "Overture"; Written by Hollace White and Stephanie Garman; Directed by Corey Allen; 2/21/86;
J.R. woos Sue Ellen with the offer of an exotic trip. When she balks, J.R. sets his detective on Sue Ellen's new beau.

Episode 23 - "Sitting Ducks"; Written by Susan Howard; Directed by Linda Day; 2/28/86;
J.R. and Angelica finally clue Jack in on the Marinos scam. But maybe it's J.R. who needs the clues.

Episode 24 - "Masquerade"; Written by Leonard Katzman; Directed by Larry Hagman; 3/7/86;
A secret meeting at a costume ball, spies in the shadows, lovers at odds - then the real fireworks begin.

Episode 25 - "Just Desserts"; Written by Peter Dunne and Joel J. Feigenbaum; Directed by Linda Gray; 3/14/86;
Goodbye, girls: Angelica disappears after the shooting, and Jenna decides to leave Southfork with Charlie.

Episode 26 - "Nothing's Ever Perfect"; Written by Leonard Katzman; Directed by Bruce Bilson; 3/21/86;
J.R.'s sitting in the catbird seat as undisputed boss of Ewing Oil. Life's perfect except Sue Ellen's dating another man.

Episode 27 - "J.R. Rising"; Written by Joel J. Feigenbaum and Peter Dunne; Directed by Linda Day; 4/4/86;
Back in the USA: Angelica, seeking vengeance. Back in business: matt, with a fistful of emeralds.

Episode 28 - "Serendipity"; Written by Leonard Katzman; Directed by Bruce Bilson; 4/11/86;
It's feudin' and fussin' time for Mark, Cliff, Sue Ellen and J.R. But here comes real trouble: Angelica.

Episode 29 - "Thrice in a Lifetime"; Writers: Peter Dunne & Joel J. Feigenbaum; Directed by Jerry Jameson; 5/2/86;
J.R. and Sue Ellen snuggle up. Pam and Mark prepare to wed. Angelica buys a briefcase with a surprise inside.

Episode 30 - "Hello, Goodbye, Hello"; Written by Leonard Katzman; Directed by Nick Havinga; 5/9/86;
Is this the end? J.R. faces financial ruin - and the business end of a gun.

Episode 31 - "Blast from the Past"; Writers: Joel J. Feigenbaum & Peter Dunne; Director: Michael Preece; 5/16/86;
On the morning after she marries Mark, Pam wakes up and walks into the shower scene that still gets TV fans in a lather.





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