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Dallas Season 12 Episodes:


Episode 1 - "Carousel"; Written by Leonard Katzman; Directed by Michael Preece; 10/28/88;
Is it adios, J.R., or is he too ornery to die? And there's another big man in Big D: Carter McKay comes to town.

Episode 2 - "No Greater Love"; Written by Simon Masters; Directed by Russ Mayberry; 11/4/88;
Moving in and moving on. J.R. returns home. Sue Ellen and John Ross leave Southfork. Cliff quits the oil business.

Episode 3 - "The Call of the Wild"; Written by Jonathan Hales; Directed by Michael Preece; 11/11/88;
On a hunting trip in the deep piney woods, J.R. stalks his prey: a backwoods belle named Cally.

Episode 4 - "Out of the Frying Pan"; Written by Mitchell Wayne Katzman; Directed by Russ Mayberry; 11/18/88;
...and into the pen. Even J.R.'s promise to marry the gal he seduced won't save him from 10 years working the chain gang.

Episode 5 - "Road Work"; Written by Arthur Bernard Lewis; Directed by Michael Preece; 12/2/88;
Cliff mulls Bobby's unexpected offer. A Southfork river runs dry. J.R. prefers bribery to busting his back on the road.

Episode 6 - "War and Love and the Whole Damned Thing";
Written by Leonard Katzman; Directed by Russ Mayberry; 12/9/88;
The Ewing sons tell Wes to buy himself a one-way ticket out of Dallas. April, Jack's greedy ex, comes to town.

Episode 7 - "Showdown at the Ewing Corral"; Writer: Mitchell Wayne Katzman; Director: Michael Preece; 12/16/88;
O promise me: J.R. promises his new bride just about anything if she'll help him get home to Southfork.

Episode 8 - "Deception"; Written by Arthur Bernard Lewis; Directed by Irving J. Moore; 1/6/89;
As the Ewing-McKay standoff heightens, Bobby learns some surprising facts about Tracy's past.

Episode 9 - "Counter Attack"; Written by Leonard Katzman; Directed by Michael Preece; 1/13/89;
Blood on the prairie. The range war hits close to home when Christopher falls victim to gunplay.

Episode 10 - "The Sting"; Written by Mitchell Wayne Katzman; Directed by Irving J. Moore; 1/20/89;
Here comes Texas-sized trouble: Cally, the Haleyville sheriff and McKay's wayward son.

Episode 11 - "The Two Mrs. Ewings"; Written by Arthur Bernard Lewis; Directed by Michael Preece; 1/27/89;
Take my wife, please. Remember how J.R. kept trying to get rid of Sue Ellen? Now it's Cally's turn.

Episode 12 - "The Switch"; Written by Leonard Katzman; Directed by Irving J. Moore; 2/3/89;
Sue Ellen gives Cally advice on the care and handling of snakes - at least the ones named J.R.

Episode 13 - "He-e-ere's Papa!"; Written by Louella Lee Caraway; Directed by Patrick Duffy; 2/10/89;
Cally wants a wedding at Southfork. Nicholas Pearce's mob-connected dad wants to know how his son died.

Episode 14 - "Comings and Goings"; Written by Mitchell Wayne Katzman; Directed by Larry Hagman; 2/17/89;
Revenge, Hollywood style. Sue Ellen's tell-all movie will expose J.R.'s despicable wheeling and dealing.

Episode 15 - "Country Girl"; Written by Arthur Bernard Lewis; Directed by Patrick Duffy; 2/24/89;
Cally makes peace with John Ross just before she announces that he'll soon be a big brother.

Episode 16 - "Wedding Bell Blues"; Written by Howard Lakin; Directed by Larry Hagman; 2/24/89;
A real tornado is no match for Ewing emotional storms: a wedding, a confession and a passel of dark warnings.

Episode 17 - "The Way We Were"; Written by Louella Lee Caraway; Directed by Patrick Duffy; 3/3/89;
After learning how Cally tricked him, J.R. decides his devious down-home bride may be just the helpmeet he's always wanted.

Episode 18 - "The Serpent's Tooth"; Written by Arthur Bernard Lewis & Howard Lakin; Directed by Mitchell Wayne Katzman; 3/10/89;
In deep with drug lords, Tommy McKay seels info on his father's oil business to a scheming J.R.

Episode 19 - "Three Hundred"; Written by Leonard Katzman; Directed by Patrick Duffy; 3/17/89;
A stalled elevator is J.R.'s ride back into Ewing Oil. April regrets dating a guy who really needs $100 grand.

Episode 20 - "April Showers"; Written by Howard Lakin; Directed by Irving J. Moore; 3/31/89;
Cliff fusses and fumes about J.R.'s return, until he learns his longtime rival is bringing a major deal with him.

Episode 21 - "And Away We Go!"; Written by Arthur Bernard Lewis; Directed by Steven Kanaly; 4/7/89;
J.R. and Cally pull off a flawless sting on Helstrom, then head off to Europe with Bobby.

Episode 22 - "Yellow Brick Road"; Written by Leonard Katzman; Directed by Cliff Fenneman; 4/14/89;
The Ewings plot in Salzburg. Cliff cuddles up with Afton in Dallas. Sue Ellen's movie is set to shoot in Hollywood.

Episode 23 - "The Sound of Money"; Written by Arthur Bernard Lewis; Directed by Irving J. Moore; 4/28/89;
All roads lead to Salzburg. J.R.'s old flame visits the Austrian city just as the brothers' new deal heats up.

Episode 24 - "The Great Texas Waltz"; Written by Howard Lakin; Directed by Linda Gray; 5/5/89;
Recruits in the war between men and women. J.R. and Vanessa, Bobby and April, Cliff and Afton, Sue Ellen and Don.

Episode 25 - "Mission to Moscow"; Written by Leonard Katzman; Directed by Michael Preece; 5/12/89;
Moscowboys: J.R. and Bobby learn a thing or two about the international oil business from their comrade counterparts.

Episode 26 - "The Reel Life"; Written by Arthur Bernard Lewis & Howard Lakin; Director: Irving J. Moore; 5/19/89;
For the first time, Sue Ellen has the upper hand in her relationship with J.R.: a little ol' movie that carries a big ol' threat.

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