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“Dallas”: Season 4, Episodes 9 – 16

Posted by therebelprince on August 12, 2009


This time around in Dallas, there’s a lot of set-up and little pay-off, although we meet several long-time players in the game. Read the rest of this entry »

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Dallas: Season 3, Episodes 18 – 25

Posted by therebelprince on July 31, 2009


Welcome back as we join the Dallas retrospective reviews, tracing the rise to the show’s most popular moment.

By the end of the show’s third season, it was apparent that J.R. Ewing was the centre of this tightknit but quarrelsome Texan dynasty and in the season’s final episodes, the odious oil man manages to make enemies of everyone in Dallas. Read the rest of this entry »

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Dallas: Season 3, Episodes 9 – 17

Posted by therebelprince on July 30, 2009


Welcome back to this week’s installment of theĀ Dallas retrospective reviews.

When “Mastectomy” aired at No. 5 in the ratings (for the show’s second time), it kicked off a spree of Top 10 episodes which would only be failed once for the remainder of the season (in “The Heiress”). Dallas was now the show on everyone’s lips, and it isn’t hard to figure out why. The show is sharp, soapy and unanimously well acted this season. Read the rest of this entry »

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Dallas: Season 3, Episodes 1 – 8

Posted by therebelprince on July 26, 2009


Welcome back to theĀ Dallas retrospective reviews. This time, we look at the show’s evolution into a bona fide hit, and how smoothly it took that success. Read the rest of this entry »

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