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Dallas

13 Seasons

Season 13
4.6 out of 5 stars (107) IMDb 7/10

Season 13's as unlucky as a steer at a Texas barbecue for J.R. He starts by lying and cheating Ewing Oil to the brink of destruction and ends by kicking and screaming in a psychiatric hospital. In between, he tires of his pretty young wife��_

Starring:
Larry Hagman, Ken Kercheval

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Season 13

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1. Phantom of the Oil Rig

A raging J.R. Ewing is consumed with vengeance after Sue Ellen blackmails him with her threatening motion picture.

TV-NR CC Runtime: 46 minutes Release date: September 21, 1989
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2. The Leopard's Spots

Tommy claims he's changed, while plotting revenge against Bobby; a gallery owner likes Cally's paintings; J.R. makes a risky deal behind Bobby's back; Cliff finally finds Afton.

TV-NR CC Runtime: 47 minutes Release date: September 21, 1989
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3. Cry Me a River of Oil

Having gone behind brother Bobby's back in stretching Ewing Oil's reserves too thin, J.R. frantically scrambles to secure enough oil to meet a potentially deadly deadline.

TV-NR CC Runtime: 47 minutes Release date: September 28, 1989
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4. Ka-Booooom!

Seeking revenge, Tommy McKay plants an explosive device in the unsuspecting Bobby's briefcase. At her sister April's expense, Michelle connives her way into Cliff's heart.

TV-NR CC Runtime: 47 minutes Release date: October 5, 1989
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5. Sunset, Sunrise

Carter McKay and his son Tommy have a fatal confrontation and gold digging Michelle decides to play the "Cliff vs J.R." game.

TV-NR CC Runtime: 47 minutes Release date: October 12, 1989
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6. Pride and Prejudice

Despite his arrogant attitude, new Dallasite James Richard Beaumont creates quite an impression with J.R. and other members of the Ewing clan.

TV-NR CC Runtime: 47 minutes Release date: October 19, 1989
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7. Fathers and Other Strangers

Vanessa Beaumont travels to Dallas to retrieve her son James, who is deciding on whether or not to make Southfork his home. James, in an effort to immerse himself into the family, enjoys a day out in the fields with Bobby.

TV-NR CC Runtime: 47 minutes Release date: November 2, 1989
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8. Black Tide

In an emotional and volatile family gathering at the Oil Baron's club, J.R.'s delight at discovering that James is his son is short-lived upon the interruption of an even bigger bombshell.

TV-NR CC Runtime: 47 minutes Release date: November 9, 1989
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9. Daddy's Dearest

In the aftermath of the oil tanker collision, Ewing Oil finds itself under fire from the press, environmental groups, and Cliff Barnes' investigative committee.

TV-NR CC Runtime: 47 minutes Release date: November 16, 1989
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10. Hell's Fury

Cally's rosy world is shattered when she spies J.R. with a familiar other woman. Distraught over J.R.'s apparent infidelity, Cally runs to Alex for comfort.

TV-NR CC Runtime: 46 minutes Release date: November 30, 1989
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11. Cally on a Hot Tin Roof

Cally unleashes the wrath of J.R. after she angrily confronts both him and Michelle about their supposed liaison.

TV-NR CC Runtime: 47 minutes Release date: December 7, 1989
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12. Sex, Lies and Videotape

April and Bobby's relationship ices over as his reunion with Kay heats up. Cally agrees with J.R. that they should put the past behind them -- unaware of what J.R. has in store for Alex Barton.

TV-NR CC Runtime: 47 minutes Release date: December 14, 1989
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13. Tale of Two Cities

An overly honorable James ends up the victim after he puts himself in the middle of a personal collision between Cally and the philandering J.R.

TV-NR CC Runtime: 47 minutes Release date: January 4, 1990
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14. Judgment Day

As the investigative committee convenes, the fate of Ewing Oil rests with a troubled, but ambitious Cliff Barnes. Sensing the demise of the Ewings, Carter McKay swoops in for the kill and offers to buy the beleaguered company.

TV-NR CC Runtime: 46 minutes Release date: January 11, 1990
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15. Unchain My Heart

Frustrated at just being the "man of the hour", Cliff is ripe pickings for high powered public relations expert Stephanie Rogers.

TV-NR CC Runtime: 47 minutes Release date: January 18, 1990
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16. I Dream of Jeannie

A mesmerized Bobby chases after the phantom woman that could be his beloved wife Pam. J.R. resorts to a bizarre technique to enlist the aid of legendary oil wildcatter Blackie Callahan in his quest for crude in Pride, TX.

TV-NR CC Runtime: 47 minutes Release date: February 1, 1990
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17. After Midnight

Bobby finds himself becoming obsessed with Pam's look-a-like Jeanne O'Brien. April laments her break-up with Bobby while J.R. and Blackie receive the shock of their lives.

TV-NR CC Runtime: 47 minutes Release date: February 8, 1990
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18. The Crucible

Father and son come to blows when J.R. humiliates James by interceding on his behalf in a business deal.

TV-NR CC Runtime: 47 minutes Release date: February 15, 1990
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19. Dear Hearts and Gentle People

Cliff Barnes' star continues to rise in the political world -- further raising the ire of J.R. Ewing. Immersed in crushing Cliff, J.R. attempts to woo the woman behind the man -- Stephanie Rogers.

TV-NR CC Runtime: 47 minutes Release date: February 22, 1990
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20. Paradise Lost

J.R. devises an ingenious plan to rid Cally from his life. Cliff warns Stephanie to steer clear of the dangerous J.R. Ewing, unaware that she is intrigued and challenged by him.

TV-NR CC Runtime: 47 minutes Release date: March 8, 1990
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21. Will Power

J.R. is forced to resort to desperate measures when Cally vows to make their marriage work. Clayton and Ellie discover another murder -- and the leading suspect is someone they know very well.

TV-NR CC Runtime: 34 minutes Release date: March 15, 1990
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22. The Smiling Cobra

Cally and James pull closer together in an effort to fend of J.R.'s evil ways. Michelle vows to strike back at the person responsible for foiling her and April's plan for a single's club -- unaware that the culprit is a formidable force.

TV-NR CC Runtime: 47 minutes Release date: March 29, 1990
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23. Jessica Redux

J.R. is at his worst as he looks to destroy his wife, tear down Cliff Barnes' career, manipulate his son's future, and protect his mother Ellie.

TV-NR CC Runtime: 47 minutes Release date: April 5, 1990
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24. Family Plot

Cally and James are driven to vow revenge against the man they both vehemently hate -- J.R. Ewing. Aware that it was his sister Jessica who was trying to murder him, Clayton is further floored when she reveals shocking news about Dusty.

TV-NR CC Runtime: 47 minutes Release date: April 12, 1990
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25. The Southfork Wedding Jinx

Another high-spirited and unpredictable Southfork wedding plays host to April and Bobby. Cally and James begin their plan of deception to destroy J.R. and Clayton decides to petition the court to assume custody of Jessica's Weststar stock.

TV-NR CC Runtime: 47 minutes Release date: April 26, 1990
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26. Three, Three, Three Part 1

J.R., after having secretly committed himself to an insane asylum in an effort to coerce Jessica into signing over to him her shares of Weststar stock, discovers the path to her is littered with bizarre and dangerous patients.

TV-NR CC Runtime: 47 minutes Release date: May 3, 1990
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27. Three, Three, Three Part 2

J.R., sequestered in the insane asylum, overcomes having to fit in with the inmates and bedding down a notorious "Black Widow" to successfully coerce Jessica into signing over her Weststar shares to him.

TV-NR CC Runtime: 47 minutes Release date: May 10, 1990
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This to me was actually one of my favorite, if not my favorite seasons. I thoroughly enjoyed it all the way through. I know ratings dipped after Linda Gray's departure, but for me she was not the show and I loved what was there. This season had an exciting hip new main title, which now included George Kennedy and Cathy Podewell, as well as newcomers Kimberly Foster, Sasha Mitchell, and Lesley Anne Down. I neglected to mention in my last review that Charlene Tilton also returned to the main title last season and continued here as well. This season was powered by a timely storyline about a Ewing Oil Tanker crash, Bobby's marriage to April, JR's tumultuous marriage with his second wife, and the arrival of the grown son he never knew he had, James. Jessica Montfort also returns to cause trouble, and Clayton and Ellie end up involved in a scheme which will bring Dusty Farlow back later. What is exciting about this year is the setup-you have some classic members of the Ewing family alongside some new ones and new enemies, thus making the year fresh and interesting today for those who neglected it when it first aired. It is the final year for Charlene Tilton, reduced to basically just a recurring character, as well as Barbara Bel Geddes, who left somewhat unexpectedly at the end of the season. The last year is sort of a tragic one about the downfall of the family, thus this year is very interesting dramatically-it is the last time that a full Ewing house and family is present and has some hope for a good future. Perhaps written down in this review one can't see the magic of the season, but for whatever reason, for me in particular, perhaps because for me 89-90 I was 4 and 5,the nostalgia of the era sort of creeps through.Read more ›
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**NOTE - This review contains SPOILERS**

It's Season 13 of "Dallas" and JR has gotten Ewing Oil in hot water again by buying a run-down oil tanker that causes an oil spill by "accidentally" ramming a rival tanker belonging to Carter McKay (George Kennedy)!

That pretty much sums up the main business storyline in this penultimate season of the now-decayed prime-time soap. With the original, strong female leads gone (Principal, Gray and Susan Howard), the show has become too male-dominated. Since the cast and crew stopped filming in Texas as of this season, there is a sterile feeling about the show as hardly any of the action takes place at Southfork, indoors or out. It just doesn't seem like the same "Dallas" anymore--it's tired and limping along as many long-running programs do at the sputtering end of their run.

The old flame (Gayle Hunnicut) that JR reunited with last season in Europe shows up in Dallas--and her son James Beaumont (Sasha Mitchell) arrives with her and drops a bombshell: He's JR's firstborn son! Things get complicated when Cally begins turning to James when she realizes her marriage is disintegrating and to keep things interesting the writers have JR commit himself to an insane asylum in order to make contact with Clayton's deranged sister Jessica. This allows the wonderful Alexis Smith to return not having been seen since Season 7. Unfortunately, she isn't given much to do that's worthy of her talents.

With Cliff now a partner at Ewing Oil and old nemesis Jeremy Wendell out of the picture, JR's main foil is Carter McKay. The business backstabbing has become stagnant and old and Kennedy's emotional outbursts are often hammy.
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While the remaining original stars (Duffy, Hagman, Bel Geddes, and Tilton) try their best, the loss of Linda Gray at the end of the previous season left a void that could not be filled.

This, the actual season TWELVE, has a mixture of pluses and minuses which could be listed as follows:

Pros:
1) The addition of Kimberly Foster as April's sisters Michele
Foster is not only a knockout in the looks department but does a pretty credible job as the girl who will do whatever it takes to become a success.

2) The return of Alexis Smith
Even though the storyline about the mysterious murders is really too "Murder, She Wrote," it's still good to see Smith as the Clayton's loopy sister, Jessica

3) Omri Katz and Joshua Harris as youngsters John Ross and Christopher, respectively
I wonder why the two actors were not asked to reprise their roles in the upcoming TNT "re-boot" of the series but they did get to effectively show their acting mettle in this season.

4) Leslie-Anne Down as Stephanie Rogers
Down is presented as a female equal to J.R. but is underutilized, appearing in only a handful of episodes. It would have been nice if the character had been introduced earlier to see how she and Hagman would've played off each other.

5) Cathy Podewell comes into her own
Podewell, as the latest Mrs. J.R. Ewing, is quite strong as a woman who must cope with her husband's infidelities and his every effort to run her off Southfork. She really gets to show her versatility as an actress, jumping effortlessly from scorned spouse to plotting her own brand of "payback."

Cons:

1) Sasha Mitchell
Perhaps, the idea of giving J.R. a "love child" was a good one but Mitchell's acting was not up to the part.
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