On tonight’s season 2 episode of the TNT TV show Dallas, “Love & Family,” after Pamela proves her loyalty to John Ross, he goes out on a limb to let her in on J.R.’s master plan. But when Christopher’s suspicions about her seem to be right, John Ross begins to question if his trust was misplaced, leading Pamela to show her mettle in game-changing fashion. Meanwhile, Drew confides in Elena about a dark secret that leaves her forced to choose between her family and her love for Christopher. And Bobby continues his fight to keep Ewing Energies out of Cliff Barnes’ hands.
Dallas is based on the secrets, schemes and betrayals abound within the Texas oil dynasty as the iconic elders of the Ewing family — original series stars Larry Hagman, Patrick Duffy and Linda Gray — are joined by the next generation, who give lies and ambition new meaning. In the new series, John Ross (Josh Henderson), JR and Sue Ellen Ewing’s son, is determined to drill for oil on Ewing land. Christopher (Jesse Metcalfe), Bobby’s adopted son, hopes to take the family business away from oil and toward alternative energy sources, with his fiancée (Julie Gonzalo). Complicating matters is the presence of Elena Ramos (Jordana Brewster), John Ross’s girlfriend and Christopher’s ex-fiancée. With an increasingly volatile feud brewing, the stage is set for JR to return to his nefarious ways and rekindle his own long-standing rivalry with younger brother, Bobby.
Dallas season 2, episode 13, “Love & Family,” airs Monday, April 8, at 9 p.m. on TNT. Spoiler pictures below:
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This was such an intense episode that I did not see coming! I spent most of my shift at DISH Tuesday talking about what might happen between the Ewings and Barnes Global from here, and it’s crazy how many theories we’ve come up with. I know that we’re going to find out who killed J.R. very soon, and I can’t wait! Every episode of Dallas is recorded on my DISH Hopper since it can save up to 1,250 SD or 450 HD hours of whatever I record. This means that I can continue to record full seasons of my other favorite shows, and never have to delete this epic season of Dallas to free up memory for more recordings.