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Dallas Season 6

Power, wealth, sex... and glorious extravagance. They all find a home in the sprawling saga of the Ewing clan in Dallas.

Revel in the saga that held the world in thrall for more than a decade. Led by the man everyone loves to hate, J.R. Ewing (Larry Hagman), the members of this family stop at nothing in their pursuit of power, wealth and revenge in a feud that started 40 years ago over an empire in oil and the love of a woman.

Episode guide

  1. 01 - Changing of the Guard

    J.R. is the focus of everyone's wrath at Southfork. J.R. is blamed by the other Ewings, as well as Afton and Rebecca, for driving Cliff to suicide. Bobby has his own reasons for being furious with J.R. after being blackmailed by him over Christopher. Lucy has other worries as she waits for the results of a pregnancy test and Miss Ellie wants J.R. out as president of Ewing Oil.

  2. 02 - Where There's a Will

    J.R. schemes to get an advance look at Jock's will after discovering his father's wishes have sealed it until it can be revealed to the entire family. Still feeling guilty about Cliff Barnes, Sue Ellen wants time to think about re-marrying J.R., so she visits Clayton at the Southern Cross. Afton is disturbed when Cliff rejects her attempts to look after him and Marilee Stone offers him a position with her company. Ray and Donna get disturbing news from Kansas about Amos Krebbs while Bobby digs in at Ewing Oil and Miss Ellie reconsiders attending the Oil Barons Ball.

  3. 03 - Billion Dollar Question

    J.R. tries to push his mother and Bobby into a decision that would open Jock's will. Bobby and J.R. agree that it is time their mother gets out and meet old friends. Donna and Ray's long delayed honeymoon is postponed when they have to go to Kansas for Amos Krebb's funeral. Pam's concern for Lucy's depression prompts her to tell Bobby about his niece's condition and J.R. uses John Ross as a pawn to win Sue Ellen back.

  4. 04 - The Big Ball

    The Oil Baron's Ball opens up a new era for Miss Ellie. Sue Ellen is shocked when Dusty shows up at the Southern Cross while she is there visiting Clayton. Lucy decides she must get on with her life and put the past behind her. Ray tries to take a hand with his rebellious young cousin while he and Donna are in Kansas. J.R. and Bobby realize that the Ewings will be alienated from the oil cartel if Cliff Barnes works with Marilee Stone.

  5. 05 - Jock's Will

    The Ewing clan gathers at Southfork to hear the contents of Jock's will. Miss Ellie realizes that there is little hope of Jock ever returning so she takes her own advice about "moving on". Ray and Donna are called back from Kansas and Gary Ewing flies in from Knots Landing to a warm reception from his mother and Bobby but both Lucy and J.R. greet him unpleasantly. In spite of Jock's best intentions, the will again splinters the Ewing family.

  6. 06 - Aftermath

    With Jock's will pitting them against each other, J.R. and Bobby prepare to do battle to prove who is the best man and entitled to Ewing Oil. Miss Ellie is in the middle as her two sons square off and Ray is happy that he is now on par financially with Donna. Afton tries desperately to lift Cliff out of his despondency and to accept an offer from his mother even though it could put him on a collision course with J.R.

  7. 07 - Hit and Run

    J.R. and Bobby take different routes in their efforts to outdo each other for Ewing Oil. J.R. again is up to his old tricks to gain the advantage over his brother in their rivalry. Bobby gambles on a risky business proposition and Rebecca makes Cliff president of Barnes/Wentworth Oil. Pam pleads with her mother to call off her vendetta against J.R. which has all of the Ewing women worried.

  8. 08 - The Ewing Touch

    J.R.'s and Bobby's true colors emerge as they jockey for position in their race for Ewing Oil. Members of the Ewing family experience varied emotions when Ellie invites a gentleman friend to dinner. Lucy has trouble relating to an attentive client and Ray decides he has to take a stronger hand with Mickey. Cliff blames Pam for his losing out on a good business proposition and J.R.'s shady deeds accelerate as he races to beat out Bobby for Ewing Oil.

  9. 09 - Fringe Benefits

    J.R. Ewing and Cliff Barnes vie for the same oil refinery, with either Sue Ellen or Afton holding the trump card to win the deal for her man. Sue Ellen unhappily suspects that J.R. has used her in dealing with the lecherous Thruman while Afton realizes what she must do to help Cliff win over J.R. in the most important opportunity of his career. Miss Ellie questions J.R. about his tactics in pumping oil at full capacity and rejects the idea that there is anything serious between her and Frank Crutcher.

  10. 10 - The Wedding

    The Ewing feuds are temporarily put aside as guests gather at Southfork for a wedding. Lucy is the only family member who refuses to attend J.R.'s wedding, the drama of which is heightened as Cliff Barnes and Afton attend. With Ellie's blessing, Donna agees to a position on the Energy Commission to help its chances in committee. Ellie expresses her frustration at the split Jock's will has created in the family.

  11. 11 - Post Nuptial

    The heated emotions at the wedding of J.R. and Sue Ellen are quenched in the Southfork swimming pool. Cliff Barnes makes his presence at the wedding unpleasant and the celebration ends in a melee of flying fists and tangled emotions. While the new J.R. Ewings are on their honeymoon, Bobby discovers that J.R. is possibly engaged in activities which could bring down the mighty Ewing empire and disgrace the family name.

  12. 12 - Barbecue Three

    The annual Ewing barbecue ends in turbulence. J.R. pulls the dirtiest trick yet in his fight with Bobby for Ewing Oil, which angers the cartel and frustrates the new oil commission. When the barbecue is used as a battlefield for the opposing factions, the fracas unites the Ewings against the other oilmen. Afterwards, Miss Ellie realizes that she must take a hand in the feud that is splintering her family.

  13. 13 - Mama Dearest

    Miss Ellie explores the possibility of breaking Jock's will to save her family in spite of opposition from J.R. and Bobby. Pam supports Miss Ellie's position, which upsets Bobby, while Sue Ellen goes along with her husband's wishes. Bobby is frustrated in his desire to get more oil and more profits, while J.R. becomes a media hero as a result of his plentiful oil and cheap gasoline. Holly realizes she has put herself in a difficult position with J.R.'s interest in her company and Donna comes up against heavy opposition in the Energy Commission.

  14. 14 - The Ewing Blues

    Miss Ellie faces a hard decision when she must decide to tarnish Jock's memory or see her family disintegrate because of his will. Pam supports her mother-in-law's determined stand, which creates a breach between her and Bobby, and she finds a strong ally in Mark Graison. J.R. and Sue Ellen further alienate themselves when they go on television defending his position in the industry and in Ewing Oil. Donna is discouraged when the energy commission gives in to J.R. and Ray gives her much needed support, which leads to blows with J.R.

  15. 15 - The Reckoning

    The hearing to overturn Jock's will causes great emotional pain for Miss Ellie as well as further setting in motion other undercurrents in the Ewing Family. If Jock's latest will is ruled invalid an earlier one will leave Ewing Oil to Ellie with Ray and Gary without their trusts. J.R. attacks Pam for butting in and gets Sue Ellen to try and get Pam to support Bobby's position against his mother.

  16. 16 - A Ewing is a Ewing

    The race for profits between J.R. and Bobby Ewing continues in the aftermath of the court's ruling on Jock's will. Miss Ellie escapes from the tension at Southfork with a trip to Galveston where she runs into an irate Clayton, still smoldering from J.R.'s use of Sue Ellen to get his excess crude refined at his refinery. Bobby discovers energy commission member George Hicks has ties with J.R. and Holly Harwood gets to know the real J.R. as the both use threats to establish a new working relationship with each other.

  17. 17 - Crash of '83

    Bobby is forced to emulate his brother, J.R., in dirty dealing which turns his stomach and disgusts Pamela. J.R. modestly denies he has political aspirations as he desperately searches for a refinery to continue the cheap gasoline production which is making him a popular hero. Rebecca vows to use all of the Wentworth influence to prevent him from acquiring a refinery and Cliff discovers that Afton had an affair with Thurman.

  18. 18 - Requiem

    Cliff Barnes blames himself after the crash of the Wentworth company plane in which his mother had taken his place as a passenger. Rebecca's accident is the latest episode casued indirectly by the ongoing war between her son and J.R. Ewing. J.R. is stunned when the energy commission rescinds his variance to pump oil and he quickly makes contact with Driscoll to establish a Caribbean oil deal.

  19. 19 - Legacy

    Cliff Barnes blames himself after the crash of the Wentworth company plane in which his mother had taken his place as a passenger. Rebecca's accident is the latest episode casued indirectly by the ongoing war between her son and J.R. Ewing. J.R. is stunned when the energy commission rescinds his variance to pump oil and he quickly makes contact with Driscoll to establish a Caribbean oil deal.

  20. 20 - Brothers and Sisters

    Bobby and Pam find their strained relationship stretched even further as each is the target of another's plotting. With Katherine interested in Bobby and Mark pursuing Pam the separated pair find it difficult to reach each other. Miss Ellie finds helping Clayton find a new home in Dallas after the sale of the Southern Cross satisfying, much to the discomfort of J.R.

  21. 21 - Caribbean Connection

    Bobby discovers evidence proving that J.R. is illegally shipping oil to an embargoed country. As Bobby plots to put a knot in J.R.'s Caribbean connection, J.R. again considers running for public office with Sue Ellen concerned that her past might damage her husband's chances for election. Holly again goes to Bobby for advice but J.R. coerces her into doing his bidding in spite of Bobby's counsel. Mickey gets Lucy involved with his misunderstandings with Donna and Ray while Ray rushes to help Bobby pin down J.R.'s involvement in the illegal oil shipments.

  22. 22 - The Sting

    Bobby springs his trap on J.R. equalizing the two brothers in the race for Ewing Oil unless J.R. can neutralize the harm done by Bobby to his Caribbean deal. Katherine offers to supply information to J.R. to help in their common rivalry with Cliff Barnes as well as Bobby. The cartel is happy to see Cliff back on his feet which is due largely to Pam and Mark Graison. Driscoll vows revenge on J.R., as does Holly Harwood, and J.R. faces the fact that they are but two on a long list.

  23. 23 - Hell Hath No Fury

    J.R. and Bobby are both victims when Holly and Katherine plot to spoil their marriages for different reasons. Bobby has an opportunity to get out of the Canadian deal which is being held up and Cliff waits to grab it if he does. Bobby tells Pam that he will not quit the fight for Ewing Oil and Ray offers him monetary support.

  24. 24 - Cuba Libre

    J.R. finds the Ewing name doesn't mean much in Cuba when he arrives there to negotiate his and Holly's oil shipments. While J.R. is away, Sue Ellen confronts Holly to disprove his infidelity and Mickey's mother visits Southfork at Donna and Ray's invitation. Bobby and Cliff accidentally meet and have a confrontation about the Canadian deal as well as Bobby's troubled marriage. Miss Ellie and Clayton are the subjects of much speculation.

  25. 25 - Tangled Web

    J.R.'s Cuban deal sets up a string of events involving Bobby, Pam, Sue Ellen, and Holly. Bobby's illusions about the even race he is having with J.R. for Ewing Oil is shattered by a box of Cuban cigars. He also finds out that Pam is in France with Mark, where they are discovered by friends from Dallas. Afton defends Cliff and orders Katherine out of their house. Ray confesses to Aunt Lil that Jock was his father.

  26. 26 - Things Ain't Goin' Too Good at Southfork

    Sue Ellen returns to her old habits after she discovers J.R. in Holly's bedroom. She staggers to Clayton for help and Miss Ellie can't understand when she finds them together. Pam returns to confront Bobby and faces the decision to either help her husband in his fight for Ewing Oil and possibly lose him forever or not to help him and perhaps lose him to Katherine. Lucy and Mickey try to help Sue Ellen with tragic results.

  27. 27 - Penultimate

    Lucy bitterly blames Sue Ellen for the accident which has injured Mickey. The Ewing clan gathers at the hospital where Sue Ellen and Mickey have been taken after the car crash on the Southfork road. Lucy blames Sue Ellen for her drunken driving while Ray blames himself for bringing Mickey to Texas from his Kansas home. Clayton confronts J.R. for the actions which drove Sue Ellen back to seeking refuge in a bottle, while Bobby blames Holly for the intrigue she set up which has shattered Sue Ellen's faith in J.R.

  28. 28 - Ewing Inferno

    Ray feels that J.R. was responsible for Sue Ellen and Mickey's accident and his rage leads to a sequence of events with possibly tragic consequences for everyone in Southfork. Ray feels that he has failed by not protecting Mickey and offers a large reward for information about the hit and run driver who caused the accident but is not prepared when he finds the truth. Clayton urges Miss Ellie to take a vacation from her troubled family and Pam tells Bobby that she is going to help him win Ewing Oil but is going to divorce him. J.R. finally realizes what the fight for the company is costing the Ewings and the price may be more than even he can afford.