Dallas Midseason Finale Recap: Burn, Baby, Burn!

Dallas Midseason FinaleHell hath no fury like a Ewing scorned, and after Monday’s midseason finale of TNT’s Dallas, there isn’t an unscorned (or unscorched) Ewing left at Southfork.

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The finale madness began with Pamela seeing the video of John Ross and Emma having sex, setting into motion a vicious cycle of anger and blame. In addition to being furious with her husband and her supposed best friend, Pamela also lashed out at Ann and Sue Ellen for keeping the affair a secret.

She predictably tracked down John Ross and Emma during their latest hotel rendezvous, but rather than blow their brains out, she very unpredictably joined them in a threesome. (Wearing her matching green lingerie, no less!)

Their hot/confusing escapade was cut short when Pamela suddenly began seizing — John Ross discovered an empty bottle of pills in Pamela’s bag — but before you start laying flowers at her grave, the post-episode teaser revealed she’ll be back on her feet (and slapping up a storm) come August.

And in true Dallas fashion, the episode’s final moments were also the most insane. Christopher and Bobby returned home to find Southfork set ablaze with Sue Ellen passed out somewhere inside. (Looks like they’ll have to renovate the ranch, now!)

Dallas Midseason FinaleOther finale plot points in desperate need of discussion:

* For some reason, all this chaos awakened Ann’s inner hypocrite. Not only did she join Harris for a drink (way to show Sue Ellen how to stay sober!), but she also made out with her scheming ex — a fine example of fidelity for Pamela, indeed.

* Drew’s arrival in Dallas sent Elena into a full-on panic attack, and good ol’ Joaquin knew exactly how to make the situation less chaotic: Screw with her birth control! (Wait, did I say less chaotic? Scratch that.)

* Mere hours after Christopher decided to take his relationship with Heather to the next level, Bo (sort of) kidnapped Michael and took him to the rodeo — and that was before he set Southfork on fire. Basically, he’s a loving father, respectful ex-husband and all-around great guy.

What’s your take on Dallas‘ midseason finale? Drop a comment with your thoughts and theories below, then check back tomorrow afternoon for our Q&A with executive producer Cynthia Cidre.

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115 Comments
  1. Andrew Hass says:

    I thought it was a great mid-season finale for Dallas and a lot of clifffhangers and a questions to be answered.For example who set the fire at Southfork?Plus i’m sure Pamela will be fine but will she remember everything?I can’t till the Summer when the new episodes air.

  2. Ugonna Wosu says:

    the fact that John Ross truly believed Pamela wanted the threesome without questioning her(standing around uncomfortably isn’t enough), show what he expects of her as a wife #DallasTNT He has zero respect for her.

    That said, she should respect herself more. She deserved better than her ridiculous plan. Trick or not, I wouldn’t let the trash that’s been sleeping with my husband touch me. ewww.

  3. mdbchud says:

    My jaw absolutely dropped with the Pamela, John Ross, Emma scene. Classic soapy goodness. Ah Dallas, NO ONE does it better. Please TNT, keep it going for years to come!

  4. Liza says:

    OMG! That was jaw dropping awesome!!!! I can’t tell you how much I love this show and hope it continues for years!

  5. Annie says:

    His Andy! Great season finale! I was waiting for Pamela to do a Betty Broderick! Can you find out something? When Linda
    Gray agreed to do Dallas, I thought she said she never wanted to portray Sue Ellen as a drunk anymore. I realize that with Larry Hagman’s passing, the storyline may have changed, but will they keep portraying her as a slush?

    Joaquin has now made me paranoid about my birth control!

  6. debbie says:

    I did not expect to see Pamela say, “May I join you?” What will John Ross do if the two women decide that they like one another better than him?

  7. It would have been cool, if Emma was standing where John Ross was, and Pamela shooting her out the window!

  8. Frank says:

    Excellent finale … Dallas should have done finales like this for the forst 2 seasons. Classis Dallas!

  9. C'mon Baby Lightmyfire says:

    Anyone know the name of the ‘Break on Through’ Remix? I know it’s Morrison’s vocals on it, but it obviously has more modern sounds in it.

  10. Joe says:

    While I’ve been really enjoying the show, I am disappointed that they’re rehashing the Sue Ellen as a drunk storyline. And tonight makes it the second time that she’s been caught unconscious in a fire at South Fork as part of a cliffhanger (season 6 of the original series). All of this must feel like deja vu for Linda Gray, right down to being committed to the sanitarium.

    Hopefully after the next episode, they can move on and get Sue Ellen back to being the strong woman she was at the end of the original and the beginning of this show.

    • David says:

      I think that having her relapse is a very natural reaction to JR passing away. I’m sure we’ll see her get back to being the strong person she was.

  11. gin says:

    If that is true love between John Ross and Pamela, I don’t want any part of it!

  12. David says:

    I don’t like these mini seasons that TNT does. I would think that they would see better ratings if they kept this in the summer. Not that I dont like getting it earlier but 8 and 7 episodes is just too broken up. Also TNT has a really bad habit of cancelling things without notice or closure.

  13. TV Gord says:

    That threesome should get some people buzzing about Dallas again. Good move. It was hot enough that I’m surprised it didn’t bring J.R. back to life to admire the mess his boy has gotten himself into NOW! :-D

  14. ghent32 says:

    Folks, Good Ole’ JR Ewing himself would have blushed and dropped his bourbon and branch at that 3some scene. I must say one thing about “DALLAS” TNT, while most shows on TV are very predictable, Dallas is one of the more stunning shows with writing that you cannot predict. You have to commend that.

    • Birk says:

      J.R. Ewing was a classic womanizer who slept with so many women even while he was married, who’s to say if he didn’t sleep with two at the same time? LOL Now that is something I could see J.R. doing. No doubt he would chuckle at hearing that his son slept with two women at once, one of them being John Ross’s wife. I don’t think there is anything that would make J.R. Ewing blush.

  15. Lee says:

    I was a fan and watcher of the original Dallas back in the day. I was skeptical about a ‘new’ Dallas but I have to say – it is fantastic and it remains true to the overall original story line. There are two things I wish they would do more of – 1. have Ray, Lucy, and Afton on more, and 2. I wish they would show clips of JR from the original series spouting his brand of quotes and wisdom – they could do this as scenes of part of John Ross’s memory remembering his father. After all, to quote Linda Gray, ‘Dallas’ is the house that Larry Hagman built and that would be a great way of keeping his face and voice on each episode.

    Hopefully with the house burning, now they will go back to the house the way it use to be. I have a hard time getting use to the new interior, just doesn’t flow or seem right, and certainly does not seem like ‘wealth’.

    But like everyone else, my jaw dropped when Pam did what she did (the threesome). The writers of this show certainly are some of the most creative in the business today. They have a very intense writing style and I really enjoy it. Never a dull moment.

  16. shelley says:

    Good finale..but was not impressed with the threesome nonsense!

    • Don says:

      Totally agree 100%. The threesome was COMPLETELY out of character and basically trashy ridiculous. Pamela should have shot one or both of them and then it would have been consistent and A LOT more realistic than a overdose of pills and which seemed suicidal and some last minute revenge sex. Didn’t make sense.

      • Nancy says:

        I agree, I really thought the threesome was trashy and borderline porn – thought they could have done a better job for her revenge.

  17. drhenning says:

    I too am enjoyng this new Dallas and loved the old school cliffhanger… I guess compared to the original Dallas, it’s about the same amount of time to wait for the cliffhanger to be finished ( 3-4 month gap)… Hot women, hunky guys… Not sure if they would have rights to old shots of JR…

  18. mdbchud says:

    The comment about the interior of Southfork is interesting. True that it doesn’t have the flavor of the original series, however, having visited the real Southfork Ranch, I can tell you that is what it looks like on the inside exactly, room to room.

  19. Linda says:

    I want to know will we get More Pamela on Dallas with lots of Air Time . I Love Pamela and want to see more of her and Her Story lines the 2nd half .
    The 1st half was to lite on Pamela For my Liking

  20. mdbchud says:

    Oh I have a feeling we will get much more Pamela in the 2nd half of the season. I think the “three way” and overdosing was all part of a plan to get back at John Ross.

    • John says:

      Wondering what was going through Pamela’s mind when she joined John Ross and Emma in that threesome?

      According to producer Cynthia Cidre, it was all part of a larger revenge plot. “She really wanted to punish them,” Cidre explains. “She wanted them never to be able to have sex again without thinking of her vomiting on them.” And Cidre says that plan will continue as soon as Pamela’s back on her feet in August: “She’s got a little vengeance in mind. She’s done with John Ross, and tells him so.”

  21. Jay says:

    Personally speaking, it is too “obvious” to think that Bo set that fire. My money is on Pam. Some type of time release, no one would suspect her. My second guess is that Sue Ellen accidentally set it off. CAN WE PLEASE WRITE HER OFF THE SHOW, Her “woe is me” drinking stupors are starting to get Old and Tired!!!

  22. Pat says:

    Great finale, but was it Bo or Drew that set the house on fire? It is too obvious and everyone is thinking Bo, but I’m betting it was Drew. Can’t wait to August to find out. Glad Dallas is back!

  23. didi says:

    Did Pamela try to OD before she went into the threesome knowing she would have some form of attack in the middle? In regards to Elana and the holes poked in her diaphragm, all I could think was, “who still uses a diaphragm?!”

  24. JB says:

    First off, some great acting by Henderson, Grey, and Light. All three have had stellar performances.

    I’d like to see more character development so that the characters become more relatable. There is so much we don’t know that we should know about their past and what they did in the 20 years the show was off the air. For instance, who really raised John Ross? If his father was in a mental hospital and yet he grew up with Christopher at South Fork, was it Bobby? And if Nicholas was taken in and raised with Drew and Elena who grew up at Southfork, why did nobody know him. Lots of central questions like that could be answered.

    As for the interior shots at Southfork, while they may be authentic, the house looks like a Pottery Barn catalog instead of a place where a wealthy family, even a down-to-earth ranch family would live. I would suggest upgrading the furniture and decor.

    Lastly, we need to see more of Judith and let’s take her back to the manipulative controlling matron that she was at first and write this silly whore house/drug dealer chapter out as part of the CIA op cover. Judith Light was brilliant when she first appeared as Judith Ryland but her current storyline is too far fetched and bounces around too much.

    • Saabgirlatx says:

      Totally agree here. Southfork looks way too average for the Ewings. Where is the grand staircase in the entry and the parlor they used to conviene in for drinks before dinner? And didn’t JR have a huge bedroom/4 poster bed back in the original??

      I thought the diaphragm scene (huge pin btw!) and the 3way a bit odd, but if Pamela instigated the 3some and OD to sour his affair with Emma, I can hang with it.

      Josh Henderson is doing such a great job as the spawn of JR…he certainly gets a lot accomplished in a few hours, must be the vest.

  25. I was happy that Pamela finally found out! It was a good cliff hanger show! Hopefully John Ross wakes up now that both his mom and wife could be dying because of him. Love the show!!!

  26. JRWKilleen says:

    As usual, excellent job by a stellar cast! Looking forward to Season Four!

  27. Debi says:

    Call me old fashion but if I found out that my husband was cheating on me I would NOT join them for a threesome. Have some respect for yourself Pamela!!!

  28. GEP says:

    Uncertain as to why Pamela would call Sue Ellen “a weak drunk” and then try to overdose on pills as a response to John Ross’ adultery??? Linda Gray as Sue Ellen is outstanding, drunk or sober. Develop some of the characters more. It is difficult to care what happens with some of the younger characters without really understanding them.

  29. Gina says:

    I guess I’m amazed that few were turned off by the three some. I felt like porn had just hit my tv, and it wasn’t welcome. It was a cheap way to get more notice. I think most women wouldn’t want to come within 10 yards of the one who cheated with the husband, let alone that. I was sickened and it wasn’t a scene I wanted in my head. What a shame. I really enjoyed this show, but like a little kid that doesn’t know when to stop vying for attention, it went too far. I teach 7th graders. Some of them are around when their parents watch this. They were talking today, but kids tell the truth….they were grossed out. What a shame for such a long-running show!

    • Lori says:

      I totally agree !!!! A great show that turned trash in the blink of an eye !!! My favorite show turned trash !!! What a shame and I teach pre k and think what an awful world they are growing up in

    • HMW says:

      I agree. Far from being hot or sexy it was weird and gross! Even John Ross looked disgusted at first.

      • Lori says:

        Yes a show that better get its act together and not cross lines to disgust the ones that are counting on them to make great entertainment ! Isn’t there enough sicko things in this world !!!

    • Camille says:

      I AGREE! I thought it was totally unacceptable for a show with great potential!

    • Barbara says:

      THANK you, Gina !!!! But, you know what? They did it, and they got away with it … UNLESS we stop watching !!!!!!

    • Kathy says:

      I agree entirely. I was a fan of the “old” Dallas and never missed an episode. It was funny, sexy, soapy entertainment and the writers were brilliant enough to keep me coming back without stooping to porn. I wonder if these writers are up to the task. I have to wonder about Pamela snapping at Sue Ellen about her not being a sniveling drunk, then takes a bottle of pills and decides to go join her husband and mistress in their hotel room. I’d rather be the sniveling drunk, thank you.

  30. Betty says:

    Absolutely disgusting!!!The threesome was way over the top . I will no longer be watchng Dallas. I am truly disappointed in the writers, cast, & everyone involved in the show that they would sink this low.

  31. Karen says:

    I agree……thought I was watching some cheap late night porn! Do not continue on with this kind of writing or you will lose a lot of loyal viewers. Let us try to have some moral values on TV.

  32. john says:

    I was a fan of the Original and have all seasons and the 3 Telefilms on DVD. I also have the first 2 seasons of the current run on DVD. I have expressed disappointment before about the South Fork sets. I could forgive that because I know it would be expensive to create those in this day and age. However, the writing team botched the current run by A. completely disregarding JR Returns and War of the Ewings. In JR Returns (1996) Cliff tells Carter McCay he wants out of the oil business. He goes further and says He wants to find Pamela and Afton and Make a mends for his obsession with JR and the oil business. He then sells Ewing Oil back to Bobby (to stop JR but that was Bobby’s doing as much as Cliff’s). We also find Christopher getting to know Pamela

    In War of the Ewings (1998), We see Ray Krebbs in Dallas. He informs Bobby of his money issues and says he took a job to help with that. He further says he didn’t tell Jenna because he wanted her not to worry.

    Also, Remember Cliff sold Barnes Wentworth to Jeremy Wendell.

    By not using that history, the current series fails to explain what made Cliff bitter enough to be at war with Bobby and Christopher. Furthermore, when Cliff and JR Cross Paths in the current series, Cliff says “JR? Cliff Barnes, Remember me?” Well, they should remember each other since they are lifelong enemies. Also we see Christopher and Pamela married? How can that be? She is Cliff’s Daughter. Christpher is Cliff’s nephew. That makes Christopher and Pamela cousins

    We have also seen Ray and Lucy several times. I may be wrong but Ive never heard an explanation of where Jenna is. Also, at JR’s funeral, Jenna didn’t appear. However, Cally and Mandy Wenger did. There was no dialogue between Cally and John Ross. I thought that odd since Cally was his Stepmother. Also, no dialogue between Lucy and Gary. again, odd as they were related.

    The threesome was ridiculous and trashy as others have said. It does a disservice to the show’s history in my view. The fire at Southfork has also been done before. It was done in the original when Ray and JR got into a fight. Ray was angry with JR because his nephew Micky had been paralyzed in a car accident after one of JR’s shady deals. Sue Ellen drove JR’s car. She was drunk and Mickey tried to stop her. Walt Driskel rammed them thinking it was JR driving

    My point with this entire post is that at times, this reboot grows on me and at other times it disrespects the history of the franchise.

  33. Barbara says:

    Dallas CROSSED the line this time !!!! I’m done with it !!! In a ten oclock time slot, to have a threesome as clearly shown as they did this one … is unacceptable !!! That was too much !!! Over !!!!!

    • Barbara says:

      Such trash is not necessary to hold an audience !!!! I know I am not the only one that feels that way !!!!! Don’t watch stuff like this and expect your children to do better !!!!! They learn by example !!! Used to LOVE Dallas !!! And, it was always trashy .. but this … like I said .. I’m done with it. Ya’ll won’t miss me at all !!! But, I just wanted you to know how I feel !!!!! In no uncertain terms.

  34. Barbara says:

    The more I see John Ross, the UGLIER he gets !!!!! How refreshing Christopher is, and especially, when he shaved his beard. Oh well …..

  35. pan says:

    Really!? The John Ross, Pamela, Emma scene was grotesque to the nth degree!!! I blocked the screen from my view when Pamela and Emma started being affectionate with each other. I could not believe the three actors would stoop to such a level. Their characters need to be cooled down. Write Emma off the show. Put John Ross and Pamela as a married couple battling each other for power and control. Give us more of Christopher, Bobby, Ann, and Sue Ellen. Christopher and Pamela are not biological cousins as he was adopted. I would like to know if Christopher is JRs and Kristens son even though the original story line tells otherwise. As for Sue Ellen, her character is the most true-to-life as a good majority of drunks do relapse at some point. Some temporary. Some permanently. I hope the writers show her attending sessions for treatment of her alcoholism. Now that would be a great story line! Give Bobby some challenges as temp railroad commish. He needs to be on the job taking care of business instead of chasing down foes for Christopher. The rebuilding of Southfork should be a great family feud. Hope the writers make it interesting and get it right.

  36. Hue G. Rekshun says:

    Loved the threesome scene !!!!!!

  37. nora says:

    Repulsive! And I used to like the show. Now it’s gone kinky…I’m disgusted.

  38. john says:

    Barbara,

    Believe me. You re not alone. As I said before, at times, the current series grows on me and at times it totally makes me wonder what the writers think they are doing. I mean, people might think I am nitpicking when I bring up stuff like No dialogue between Cally and John Ross at JR’s funeral or Where’s Jenna etc etc And even now if we think about it. Why is Cliff still sitting in that Mexican Prison for killing JR? Bum admitted that he did it. The writers would have done better to go with that as an angle rather than this whole idea of having these clowns infiltrate Ewing Global in hopes of overthrowing a Government and controlling an American company. We had already seen that with the phony Marta Del Sol and Vincente. The ratings clearly reflect that the whole thing is off the rails.

    One more thing, the fire at Southfork made no sense. As I said before, it was done way back in this history right? For another thing, Are we supposed to believe that someone can just walk up to the home and start a fire? Where was the security? They didn’t try to stop them? Or warn anyone?

    • JDB says:

      John,

      Good point about the fire. Southfork is supposed to be locked down to protect Emma and Ann so how does someone waltz right in with a book of matches. However, if it was Bo, an employee, I guess it makes sense:

  39. LINDA GRAY IS STILL A DIVA AND THE SHOWS SUCCESS I JUST WISH HER STORY LINES WERE BETTER

  40. Georgia Sanders says:

    I thought the threesome was gross! It was like porn on regular tv!

  41. Denise says:

    ” a fine example of fidelity for Pamela, indeed” – Don’t you mean Emma?

    I guess I’m desensitized to scandalous TV, I didn’t think the threesome was all that graphic or upsetting. How can people be so upset about that one sex scene but have been watching a variety of sex scenes all season? Were they upset about the orgy when John Ross had two girls draped on him and a man was scene being treated as an animal? Or any number of John Ross/Emma or John Ross/Pamela scenes? Honestly, sex is a big part of the storylines this year, and just because two girls kissed doesn’t mean it’s the end of the world.

    • Rob says:

      Denise, my contention is that it made no sense. Was it merely to create a buzz? Perhaps. But I just can’t see a wife doing that.

    • HMW says:

      The objection isn’t about “two girls kissing”. It was the psycho look on Pamela’s face, the fact that she was utterly blindsided by the affair and hurt to the point she couldn’t speak yet decided to initiate a threesome. Really!? The whole scene was disturbing and have we really come so far that a threesome, even with fully clothed participants, is acceptable on tv? I also object to the fact although there were numerous sex scenes in this episode there was not one office scene. The old Dallas was about JR’s womanizing, yes, but it was more about the conflict within the family, control of Ewing Oil and JR’s shady business dealings.

  42. barbara says:

    I am disgusted. I was greatly disappointed. Everyone’s sleeping together. JR never disrespected his parents and southfork. The threesome was over the top and I will not be watching anymore. We are tired of Sue Ellen being drunk. We want John Ross to respect his mom. We don’t want see terrorism. This is now pornography. Goodbye Dallas.

  43. rmichellev says:

    Ann doesn’t have to avoid alcohol because of Sue Ellen; she has to avoid it because she’s a recovering addict herself. Also, I think saying she “made out” with her creepy ex-husband is a bit of an exaggeration. I was absolutely floored by the kissing between Pamela and Emma–this is definitely NOT my mother’s Dallas. I’m glad they are pushing the envelope. It’s a fact rich people have to try harder to get their thrills so I guess those three wouldn’t be the exception to that. I have to admit that at the beginning of the first season, I just couldn’t buy Josh Henderson as John Ross. That little turned-up nose of his makes him look rather elfish. However, he has since won me over. The final scene of the first season when he and Sue Ellen were having a conversation, there was a certain toss of his head combined with the perfect music that nailed the sort of man John Ross would turn out to be. He’s used that same mannerism several times this past season and it’s always effective. I’m totally mesmerized by him now. Bobby will always be the good guy everyone loves, but John Ross is the one you’d want to lose a weekend with!

  44. john says:

    This entire discussion prompted me to pull out the DVD with Dallas: The Early Years, JR Returns and War of the Ewings. In the first Dialogue between Bobby and JR, JR Tells Bobby that he wants the 2 of them to Team up and Buy Ewing Oil back. Bobby refuses of course. In the course of that JR Says “Bobby!!, Are you telling me that the thought of Cliff Barnes with his feet on top of our Daddy’s desk doesn’t make you want to puke?” Bobby responds by saying “JR, It is not our Daddy’s desk. It hasn’t been in years. Daddy is dead, the same way this feud between you and Cliff should be” The writing team might want to have a history lesson

    That formula would work today as it did 20 years ago. Going back to it is the only chance of getting a 4th season out of this

  45. Bri says:

    It seems clear to me that Pamela went with the threesome thing because she knew she’d OD and possibly die right in the middle of it. How will John Ross and Emma ever look at each other again? Pamela will be seared in their brains.
    As for Treviño and Elena, did I miss something? Why in the heck is he trying to get her pregnant? The man sabataging the birth control was a good twist on an old standby.

  46. Birk says:

    I don’t know why there are so many prudes who are unhappy with that threesome scene. TNT is a cable network, and they have to compete with other cable networks like HBO which has far more explicit scenes in their shows like True Blood or Game of Thorns. Dallas needed to step up it’s game in order to attract the younger viewers who have seen far more explicit scenes on their favorite t.v. shows on cable. This is 2014 and Dallas needs to keep up with the times. I thought it was done tastefully and had a background story yet to be revealed on why Pamela joined in.. I for one was shocked that it happened, I thought for sure she was going to pull out a gun and shoot both Emma & John Ross.. It was a classic Dallas cliffhanger, and nobody does cliffhangers like Dallas!

    • Rob says:

      Trying to get semen on a dress, and a cheated wife joining in with sex is not tasteful. The show is just gross. I probably won’t watch anymore because of it. For a bit I thought Rylan was going to get Annie in bed. Why not got to go for the ratings whether it makes sense or not.

  47. john says:

    As far as TNT competing, It’s painfully clear that Dallas is losing. Going the trash TV route is not going to save it. Nor is the up to no good Businessman route with Joaquin. The writers need to do 2 things. One Get Cliff out of that Mexican jail. Then maybe they should kill someone off. My vote in that case would be Emma or Heather. Then Let Christopher blame John Ross or the other way around and Let them carry on as Bobby and JR did. With Ryland in the Mix you can use the same formula and tweak it as needed.

    • john says:

      Besides, All through the original series, Mrs. Ellie, Pam, Sue Ellen and even Jock always worried about the bickering between Bobby and JR spilling over to John Ross and Christopher

    • JDB says:

      I kind of like the poor girl Heather moving to Southfork and struggling to fit in as was the case with Pamela Barnes and I like Emma and would love to see more of her with Grandma, the devilish Judith Light.

      Kill off the Ramos clan. I don’t care for Drew or his anorexic sister.

  48. Lisa London says:

    “– a fine example of fidelity for Pamela, indeed.” You mean Emma, right?

  49. Lisa London says:

    Best line of the episode: “One of your dalmatians get loose?” I snorted out loud.
    Ryland’s delivery was so deadpan and just as I was thinking: My oh my, Judith’s got quite the Cruella hairdo!

  50. Gina says:

    It Is true that HBO has had more explicit scenes, but I would have expected that watching True Blood, which is why I didn’t. I didnt expect it on Dallas, and it made me ill. I wont be watching it again. Stoop to name-calling and call me a prude if you like. I’d rather be that than fill my mind with that trash.
    If surviving primetime means sacrificing morals until few are left, perhaps our society isn’t so much better than that portrayed in The Hunger Games. Think about it…there is a message there….as long as people will
    watch it…..there will be those that will air it. I guess if not wanting to watch a “tastefully-done” threesome makes me a prude…have at it! Wow…..what next? That is really sad.

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