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Dallas is an American drama television series that follows the wealthy Ewings, a family of oil and cattle ranch industrialists in Dallas, Texas. Cynthia Cidre developed the 2012 continuation of the 1978 series of the same name, created by David Jacobs, that picks up twenty years after Jacobs' 1978 series ended. The continuation series premiered on TNT on June 13, 2012 and stars Jesse Metcalfe, Josh Henderson, Jordana Brewster, Julie Gonzalo, Brenda Strong, Patrick Duffy, and Linda Gray, with Larry Hagman.[1]

As of April 14, 2014, the Dallas continuation series has aired 33 episodes, and began airing its third season in the United States on February 24, 2014.

Series overview[edit]

Season Episodes Originally aired DVD release dates
Season premiere Season finale Region 1 Region 2 Region 4
1 10 June 13, 2012 (2012-06-13) August 8, 2012 (2012-08-08) January 8, 2013 (2013-01-08) November 12, 2012 (2012-11-12) N/A
2 15 January 28, 2013 (2013-01-28) April 15, 2013 (2013-04-15) February 11, 2014 (2014-02-11) October 7, 2013 (2013-10-07) N/A
3 15 February 24, 2014 (2014-02-24)  () TBA TBA TBA

Episodes[edit]

Season 1 (2012)[edit]

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1 1 "Changing of the Guard" Michael M. Robin Cynthia Cidre June 13, 2012 (2012-06-13) 296021 6.86[2]
At Southfork Ranch, the family gathers for the wedding of Christopher Ewing, adopted son of Bobby Ewing. A past rivalry between Bobby and J.R. crosses to the next generation of Ewing men – Christopher and John Ross – which tempts Bobby to sell Southfork. Bobby discovers he has cancer and hides it from his family. Elena's feelings for Christopher return. Both Christopher and John Ross begin working on different energy projects.
2 2 "Hedging Your Bets" Michael M. Robin Cynthia Cidre June 13, 2012 (2012-06-13) 2M5801 6.86[2]
Christopher and Elena have to bury feelings to work together. J.R. uncovers John Ross' plan. Bobby and Ann deal with the news about his cancer. Elena and John Ross break up after she thinks he sent the email that broke up Christopher and her. Christopher's bride Rebecca and her brother Tommy are secretly using the Ewings for their money.
3 3 "The Price You Pay" Michael M. Robin Bruce Rasmussen June 20, 2012 (2012-06-20) 2M5802 4.76[3]
John Ross wants to impress his father. J.R. decides to move back to Southfork. Cliff Barnes comes back and tries to connect with his nephew. Rebecca has trouble betraying Christopher. Christopher and Elena kiss after Christopher finds out Bobby has cancer. Bobby and Ann get more bad news about his cancer. In the end, John Ross finds out that Rebecca sent Elena the email that destroyed Elena's relationship with Christopher.
4 4 "The Last Hurrah" Marc Roskin Taylor Hamra June 27, 2012 (2012-06-27) 2M5803 4.08[4]
Bobby and Ann plan a last barbecue at Southfork before moving. John Ross blackmails Rebecca into completing a difficult task for him. Christopher opens up to Bobby about his difficulty choosing between Elena and Rebecca. J.R. plans on cutting John Ross out of their deal, while Sue Ellen meets with Cliff Barnes, much to J.R.'s disapproval.
5 5 "Truth and Consequences" Randy Zisk Robert Rovner July 4, 2012 (2012-07-04) 2M5804 3.36[5]
Rebecca tells Christopher that Tommy sent the email to Elena. Christopher doesn't want to see Rebecca, so she tries to make peace with Ann first. Elena and John Ross reunite when he swears he had nothing to do with the deed. Bobby and Ann are trying to overrule the deed by proving that J.R. was part of it. J.R. leaves town and puts his son in charge. Christopher uses a sex tape to blackmail John Ross into helping get Southfork back. Dallas Cowboys owner Jerry Jones makes a cameo appearance as himself.
6 6 "The Enemy of My Enemy" Jesse Bochco Gail Gilchriest July 11, 2012 (2012-07-11) 2M5805 3.63[6]
Bobby and Christopher find a way to stop the drilling of oil on Southfork, thanks to Rebecca. Ann receives a heartbreaking present from her ex, which drives Bobby to the edge. J.R. tries to get into Cliff Barnes' poker game. John Ross enlists the help of Sue Ellen. John Ross receives a surprise from Veronica, which makes him fear for Elena's safety. Rebecca finds out some life-changing news.
7 7 "Collateral Damage" Steve Robin Aaron Allen July 18, 2012 (2012-07-18) 2M5806 3.88[7]
Bobby is arrested for assaulting Harris Ryland, who later asks for an apology. Christopher demands a paternity test when Elena tells him that Rebecca is pregnant. Ann is hiding a secret from Bobby. Sue Ellen tells Elena to pick a side. J.R discovers news about Cliff's driver, Frank. After Veronica becomes an increasing threat, John Ross sells her out to Vicente, resulting in her death. He is later arrested for her murder.
8 8 "No Good Deed" Michael Katleman Julia Cohen July 25, 2012 (2012-07-25) 2M5807 3.25[8]
Christopher has a background check performed on Rebecca. John Ross is beaten up by Vicente's men in prison and is sent to the hospital. To help John Ross, Sue Ellen bribes the medical examiner, which may cause trouble. J.R. visits John Ross while he sleeps. Christopher makes a deal with Vicente over his project. Rebecca is brought back into Tommy's plans when Tommy threatens to tell Christopher that they are not even related, and maybe more.
9 9 "Family Business" Steve Robin Bruce Rasmussen August 1, 2012 (2012-08-01) 2M5808 3.24[9]
J.R. returns to Southfork after John Ross is released. Bobby is incapacitated by a cerebral aneurysm. Sue Ellen's campaign for Governor of Texas is placed in serious jeopardy when Harris Ryland finds out she bribed the medical examiner to help John Ross. Frank Ashkani is revealed to be the man behind Tommy's plans to steal technology from Christopher. Christopher and John Ross seemingly decide to bury the hatchet and go into business together, forming Ewing Energies with Bobby and Elena as their partners. Lou has information on faux Marta. Rebecca and Tommy have a confrontation.
10 10 "Revelations" Michael M. Robin Story by: Cynthia Cidre and Robert Rovner
Teleplay by: Robert Rovner
August 8, 2012 (2012-08-08) 2M5809 4.29[10]
Bobby is released from the hospital after a close call and plots with Christopher, J.R. and John Ross to stop Vicente. Meanwhile, John Ross proposes to Elena. Rebecca gets help disposing of Tommy's body after killing him and starts fresh with Christopher. Ann comes up with a plan to stop Harris Ryland from blackmailing Sue Ellen. Elena and Christopher break up with John Ross and Rebecca, respectively, after finding out that they both lied. In the end, Christopher and Elena reunite. Rebecca is revealed to be Cliff Barnes' daughter, who is working with him to destroy the Ewings. A hell bent John Ross teams up with J.R. to destroy Christopher and Elena.

Season 2 (2013)[edit]

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11 1 "Battle Lines" Michael M. Robin Cynthia Cidre & Robert Rovner January 28, 2013 (2013-01-28) 2M6151 2.98[11]
Christopher seeks to gain the upper hand in his divorce from Rebecca Sutter, but a revelation turns everything on its head, causing the entire family to put their differences aside and rally together - except for John Ross, who uses J.R.'s dirty tricks to take revenge on Christopher and Elena. Meanwhile, Harris Ryland blackmails Ann, forcing her and Bobby to confront a shocking secret from her past.
12 2 "Venomous Creatures" Steve Robin Aaron Allen January 28, 2013 (2013-01-28) 2M6152 2.98[11]
Bobby discovers Ryland kidnapped Emma, raised her with his mother, and manipulated her into hating Ann. The real Rebecca wants Pamela to honor her part of their deal by revealing where Tommy is, but Pamela pays her extra to leave town. Christopher receives Tommy's cellphone, which contains two shocking voice messages. Rivalry brews between Frank and Pamela. John Ross and Pamela strike a deal and later sleep together.
13 3 "Sins of the Father" Jesse Bochco Bruce Rasmussen February 4, 2013 (2013-02-04) 2M6153 2.23[12]
Evidence points to foul play in Tommy's disappearance. Christopher tries to connect Pamela to a crime. J.R. and John Ross try to poison one family member against another. Elena's brother Drew returns to Southfork to finish what their father started and drill for oil in their family's land. Ann reaches her breaking point with Ryland and exacts revenge in a deadly way.
14 4 "False Confessions" Stephen Herek Taylor Hamra February 11, 2013 (2013-02-11) 2M6154 2.41[13]
Dallas Police arrive at Southfork and Bobby confesses to shooting Ryland to protect Ann. Drew fires Elena's drilling foreman after it is discovered that he drilled at the wrong angle. Tommy Sutter's corpse turns up and Pamela is named as a person of interest in a Dallas P.D. homicide investigation. However, it is Frank who is arrested for the crime. He pleads guilty in court, then swallows what appears to be a cyanide pill at his arraignment. John Ross meets Cliff Barnes.
15 5 "Trial and Error" Millicent Shelton John Whelpley February 18, 2013 (2013-02-18) 2M6155 2.51[14]
Ann confesses to shooting Ryland and presents evidence to the police and a month later goes to trial. Sue-Ellen asks J.R. to forgive John Ross for betraying him to Cliff Barnes. Drew is arrested for transporting stolen goods (albeit unknowingly). Ann is then found guilty of attempted murder. In the courthouse, Bobby is met by Vicente Cano who is facing an extradition hearing. Christopher decides to change his tactics with regard to Pamela.
16 6 "Blame Game" Jesse Bochco Gail Gilchriest February 25, 2013 (2013-02-25) 2M6156 2.55[15]
John Ross tries to persuade his mother to join him in his bid to take over Ewing Energies, which puts her at odds with Elena. Christopher makes a shocking discovery that could transform the fate of the company. J.R. fools Bobby. Ann gets probation. Emma is conflicted about her feelings for her mother. The Ewings unite against Vicente when he holds the family hostage and tries to get away with Christopher's methane clathrate patent.
17 7 "The Furious and the Fast" Rodney Charters Julia Cohen March 4, 2013 (2013-03-04) 2M6157 2.79[16]
J.R. is in Abu Dhabi securing oil leases. Bobby decides to fight Sue Ellen and John Ross to regain control of Ewing Energies with the help of his brother Gary. Ryland and his mother try to force Emma's hand and send her back to England. Elena decides to go into business with Drew. Pamela delays her decision on who she will align herself with until Christopher can test his methane-powered car as he is trying to win a fuel services contract with the city, with the help of former NASCAR driver Ricky Rudd. John Ross' call to J.R. is interrupted by two gunshots on the other end.
18 8 "J.R.'s Masterpiece" Michael M. Robin Cynthia Cidre March 11, 2013 (2013-03-11) 2M6158 3.56[17]
Friends and foes alike gather for J.R.'s memorial at the Dallas Petroleum Club and the funeral at Southfork. Cliff Barnes disrupts the memorial service and each member of the family says something at the funeral. Sue-Ellen admits to turning back to the bottle after spending the night in J.R.'s old room and then reads the final letter that J.R. wrote to her. Ray, Gary, and Lucy return to Dallas. Meanwhile, John Ross is looking for answers about J.R.'s death and what he was doing in Mexico. Bobby lashes out at Ann about her keeping secrets from him. Bum appears after the funeral service with a box containing items for Christopher, John Ross and Bobby.
19 9 "Ewings Unite!" Steve Robin Bruce Rasmussen March 18, 2013 (2013-03-18) 2M6159 2.67[18]
J.R.'s will is read and half his mineral rights are left to Sue-Ellen and a letter from Miss Ellie to be opened after J.R.'s death directs that half of Southfork be titled to John Ross. Bobby sells the plot of land formerly belonging to the Ramos family back to Elena and Drew. Bobby, Christopher, and John Ross meet to discuss J.R.'s "Masterpiece". Valene makes a surprise return to Dallas at the behest of Sue-Ellen. Harris Ryland and Cliff Barnes join forces and swear vengeance on the Ewings. Drew is blackmailed into sabotaging Christopher's offshore methane rig. The head of DCT is caught in a compromising position with John Ross after Barnes Global undercuts Christopher on the bid for the fuel services contract with the city, placing her political future in serious jeopardy. Christopher then blackmails her into giving him another chance at the contract. While Christopher is giving a tour of the rig, an incendiary device triggers an explosion, which could jeopardize his chances at the contract.
20 10 "Guilt & Innocence" Jesse Bochco Robert Rovner March 25, 2013 (2013-03-25) 2M6160 2.61[19]
In the aftermath of the explosion aboard Christopher's rig, everyone suffers cuts and bruises, but Pamela and her babies are left fighting for their lives. At the hospital, Pamela makes Christopher promise that the babies will be saved if her life ends up hanging in the balance. Bobby forgives Ann for her deception regarding Emma. Harris Ryland's mother suffers a broken leg after falling down the stairs at the Ryland mansion. She then tries to create a divide between Emma and Harris. Pamela's mother Afton Cooper makes a surprise return to Dallas and blames Christopher for what happened on the rig. An initial investigation places the blame on Christopher. Pamela ends up miscarrying her and Christopher's babies. Drew and Emma become closer and she talks him out of leaving town like he had originally planned. Ken Richards (Lee Majors), an old flame, re-enters Sue-Ellen's life. John Ross and Sue-Ellen agree with Bobby that the family needs to present a united front in figuring out what happened on the rig. Bobby receives news on the possible whereabouts of his ex-wife Pam.
21 11 "Let Me In" Millicent Shelton Aaron Allen April 1, 2013 (2013-04-01) 2M6161 2.60[20]
The T.E.S.H.A. investigation concludes and heavy fines are levied against the Ewings. Christopher is furious and confronts Ken Richards in a bar. John Ross goes to Pamela's condo to check on her and finds her in a drug-induced stupor. Drew is starting to have an attack of conscience about what happened on the rig. He then makes a date with Emma, but doesn't show because he is beaten up by Harris Ryland's thugs. Elena then finds him at their drilling site. He tells her that Ryland had him beaten up, but swears her to secrecy. Carlos Del Sol reveals that J.R. had Harris Ryland linked to narcotics trafficking. Sue-Ellen gives Richards an ultimatum, telling him to chose a side, which he apparently does after delivering to her a list of Governor McConaughey's contributors showing Harris Ryland as one of the biggest. John Ross copies Rebecca Wentworth's Will from Pamela's computer onto a flash drive. It is discovered that one-third of Barnes Global could go to Christopher if his mother Pamela does not turn up. The Henderson land (where Elena was drilling) is then seized by the state under the guise of Eminent Domain.
22 12 "A Call to Arms" Ken Topolsky Gail Gilchriest & Julia Cohen April 8, 2013 (2013-04-08) 2M6162 1.94[21]
As Ewing Energies is on the verge of collapse at the hands of Harris Ryland and Cliff Barnes, the Ewings have no choice but to fight back with J.R.'s Masterpiece. Ann finds drugs in Emma's dresser drawer as she is putting fresh flowers in Emma's room. Emma and Sue-Ellen then offer conflicting accounts to Ann about what happened when Sue-Ellen saw Emma at the bar. Sue-Ellen then reminds Ann that sometimes parents have to make hard choices with regard to their children. After seeing what her father did to Drew, Emma decides to end their relationship and obtains prescription painkillers from a Southfork ranch hand in exchange for sexual favors. Sheriff Derrick keeps an eye on Harris Ryland's trucks as a favor to Bobby. Pamela is forced to choose where her true loyalties lie after she becomes heartbroken over the fact that Cliff was responsible for the death of her babies. Christopher closes in on the search for his mother, Pam Ewing.
23 13 "Love & Family" Randy Zisk John Whelpley April 8, 2013 (2013-04-08) 2M6163 2.44[21]
Pamela allies herself with John Ross, but Christopher's doubt surrounding her makes him question her true allegiance. Pamela then demands and gets one-third of Barnes Global from her father and, afterwards, marries John Ross in a whirlwind ceremony. Drew shares a startling secret powerful enough to destroy her relationship with Christopher and then becomes a fugitive from justice. Elena then goes to Bobby about Drew's role in the sabotage of the Ewing methane rig. Christopher and Elena head off to Zurich, Switzerland to try and find Pam. The conflict between Cliff Barnes and Bobby escalates to the point of Bobby reaching out for help from his ex-wife, Pam Ewing. Emma spirals deeper into drug addiction and, after being pulled over for driving under the influence, she is hauled off to jail. Cliff comes to take possession of Ewing Energies, but is reminded by Bobby that the battle is not over yet.
24 14 "Guilt by Association" Jesse Bochco Taylor Hamra April 15, 2013 (2013-04-15) 2M6164 2.82[22]
In Zurich, Switzerland, Christopher and Elena continue the search for Christopher's mother, Pam, which leads to Christopher discovering Pam's husband, who claims that Pam never wants to see Christopher again. Christopher also finds out about Elena's contact with Drew and declares that he wants her to leave. Meanwhile, Sue Ellen tracks down Ken Richards and demands that he get proof of the governors involvement with the TESHA cover up. In Dallas, John Ross and Pamela discover that Cliff Barnes' plane was in Nuevo Laredo the night JR was killed and John Ross is convinced that Cliff killed J.R. Drew sets a trap for Roy Vikars by putting smuggled narcotics in his car and leading him to believe that Drew was fleeing him. Roy ends up being arrested for possession of narcotics. Bobby decides to put the last part of J.R.'s Masterpiece in motion.
25 15 "Legacies" Steve Robin Cynthia Cidre & Robert Rovner April 15, 2013 (2013-04-15) 2M6165 2.99[22]
In the season 2 finale, JR's body is exhumed, and two shell casings are removed from his chest cavity. Evidence is planted by the Ewings to frame Cliff for JR's murder, for which Cliff is arrested in Nuevo Laredo. Meanwhile, Harris Ryland is arrested in Dallas on drug charges. Elena seeks help from someone from her past, after Cliff reveals to her that years back JR switched land deeds, cheating Elena's father out of oil-rich land while the Ewings made millions of dollars. When Cliff is arrested, Christopher reveals to him that he inherited his mother's shares of Barnes Global, saying "welcome me to the board, Uncle Cliff". John Ross and Pamela also reveal to Cliff they also own one-third of Barnes Global, telling Cliff he is now the minority shareholder in his own company. After it is revealed that JR only had a few days left to live, due to cancer, Bum reveals he shot JR, because JR asked him to do it.

Season 3 (2014)[edit]

On April 30, 2013, TNT renewed Dallas for a 15-episode third season.[23] The first eight episodes of season three will be broadcast from February 24, 2014[24] through to April with the remaining seven from August 18, 2014.[25]

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26 1 "The Return" Steve Robin Cynthia Cidre & Robert Rovner February 24, 2014 (2014-02-24) 2.66[26]
Sue Ellen plans a wedding for John Ross and Pamela. John Ross and Bobby dispute over their joint ownership of Southfork, especially when it comes to a massive remodeling project. Sue Ellen cautions John Ross not to underestimate Bobby and reminds him of the importance of working together as a family. Cliff Barnes begins to plot his revenge on the Ewings from prison. Old Ramos family friend Joaquin (now calling himself Nicolas Trevino) arrives in Dallas presumably to act as Cliff Barnes's proxy. Elena returns to Dallas and secures a job with Ewing Global only to be acting as a mole planted by Cliff and Nicolas (Joaquin). John Ross tries to make a business deal with Emma, who is the acting-CEO of Ryland Transport now that her father is in prison. Christopher meets Heather (a Southfork ranchhand) for the first time.
27 2 "Trust Me" Millicent Shelton Bruce Rasmussen March 3, 2014 (2014-03-03) 1.93[27]
Sue Ellen has Bum tail John Ross to see if he is cheating on Pamela with Emma Ryland. Bum finds out that he is, but then warns him not to make the same mistakes that his father made. Pamela begins to have her suspicions about John Ross anyway. Heather lashes out at Christopher when she thinks he and Bobby are behind the efforts to drill on Southfork, but she finds out John Ross is. Christopher invites Nicolas to the Ewing barbecue in an effort to raise capital for the arctic leases. He then volunteers to go to Mexico to see what he can find about Nicolas when details about his alleged deal with Cliff Barnes don't ring true. Seismic tests supposedly determine that the Shale plates are within John Ross's surface rights on Southfork even after the Seismic tester confesses to having been bribed by John Ross. Bobby and Ann look into Harris Ryland's release from jail and find out the he is involved in a secret C.I.A. operation against the Mendez-Ochoa drug cartel.
28 3 "Playing Chicken" Jesse Bochco Gail Gilchriest March 10, 2014 (2014-03-10) 1.99[28]
Bum again warns John Ross about being discreet with Emma. He tells Sue Ellen that John Ross is not sleeping with Emma, but then recants his story, giving Sue Ellen reason to be concerned. Ryland warns Ann about the danger posed by the Mendez-Ochoa drug cartel to Emma, his mother, AND her. John Ross wins Southfork ranch hand Bo over to his side on the question of drilling on Southfork land. Nicolas (Joaquin) attempts to bribe a witness in the Cliff Barnes murder case, but he is met by Bobby when he drops off the bribe money. Emma buys a green bustier especially for John Ross who then feigns a headache when Pamela shows up later at home in an identical garment. In Mexico, Christopher meets a man who was cheated out of his share of the profits from a drug patent by Nicolas (Joaquin). He is then taken to the Trevino family compound where he is introduced to Nicolas's (Joaquin's) wife. Nicolas (Joaquin) and Elena sleep together. Bobby shows up at John Ross's drilling site with a Lesser Prairie Chicken - reminding John Ross that drilling would threaten the bird's natural habitat.
29 4 "Lifting the Veil" Bethany Rooney Taylor Hamra March 17, 2014 (2014-03-17) 1.78[29]
On the morning of his wedding to Pamela, John Ross is called into a meeting with the Texas Railroad Commissioner about his permit to drill for oil on Southfork where he instead finds Harris Ryland waiting to meet with him. Sue Ellen, expressing further concern that her son is becoming more and more like his father, asks Ann that Emma be made to move off of Southfork. Ann reminds her that it might not be safe because of the dangers posed by the Mendez-Ochoa drug cartel. Christopher returns from Mexico after meeting with Nicolas's (Joaquin's) wife who then travels to Dallas and confronts him about his relationship with Elena and blackmails him over his threat to divorce her. Drew is now hiding out on the Trevino family compound and has an attack of conscience about blowing up Christopher's methane rig. John Ross is issued his drilling permit after he discovers that the Texas Railroad Commissioner that initially denied him his permit has some strange sexual fetishes. John Ross and Pamela's wedding goes off seemingly without a hitch. Sue Ellen goes to Bobby over her concerns about John Ross's behavior. Ryland and his mother put into motion a plan to blackmail John Ross. Christopher and Heather hook up after the wedding.
30 5 "D.T.R." Rodney Charters Aaron Allen March 24, 2014 (2014-03-24) 1.79[30]
31 6 "Like Father, Like Son" Steve Robin Julia Cohen March 31, 2014 (2014-03-31) 1.82[31]
32 7 "Like a Bad Penny" Millicent Shelton Pierluigi D. Cothran April 7, 2014 (2014-04-07) 1.87[32]
33 8 "Where There's Smoke" Michael M. Robin Cynthia Cidre & Robert Rovner April 14, 2014 (2014-04-14) 2.05[33]
The crushing reality of John Ross's affair with Emma hits home as Pamela views the video sent by Nicolas. As water seeps from the bathroom at Southfork Ann and Sue Ellen find Pamela sitting on the floor with the bath overflowing, which quickly spirals into an admission from Sue Ellen and Ann that they knew of the affair for some time, but did not want to tell Pamela as it would hurt her. With Bobby finding out the revelations, he demands that Emma leave Southfork, as the spotlight is wrongly turned on her for sending the video to Pamela. Elsewhere Christopher and Heather are in a mad panic when Bo collects his son from school and goes missing, although they are later found having a father and son moment at the rodeo after Bo has assaulted five policemen and escaped vowing revenge on the Ewings; it acts to bring Christoper and Heather even closer. John Ross goes to visit Candice and realizes that Harris Ryland has been pulling her strings and paying her to set him up, along with the visit to the brothel where he was pictured with the two young girls. John Ross offers Candice a way of keeping her nice lifestyle but only if she turns the tables on Harris Ryland and gets the information John Ross needs. Following his visit to Candice he goes to the brothel to meet Judy Ryland where the game heats up and cards are put on the table with each vowing to protect their family, only John Ross doesn't realize Emma was hiding in the background listening to the whole conversation and her realizing that he only wants her for his use of Ryland Transport. Drew Ramos remains in the shadows, threatening the ruin of plans with his bullish ways to get his new found revenge on the Ewings, which causes Nicolas to contact the Cartel in order to stop Drew. Sinister relationships grow closer between Harris and Ann following the affair exposure and between Elena and Nicolas as he tries everything to keep things on target for the companies public offering, lowering himself to piercing Elena's contraceptive coil with a needle, and then having sex with her. The most surprising part of the episode is Pamela's reaction to John Ross and Emma's affair, after initial hurt and anger she catches them in the act at a hotel and she takes her coat off to reveal the same lingerie Emma is wearing, and then encourages both Emma and John Ross to join her in a threesome. During their encounter Pamela begins to fit and loses consciousness, with John Ross discovering that Pamela has taken an overdose. Sue Ellen returns to the bottle because of all of the stress of the affair and collapses at Southfork, with the camera cutting to an angry Bo driving to the ranch, with security now gone that Emma has moved out. Next flames rip through the ranch as a fire breaks out. Bobby and Christopher rush inside to try to rescue anyone trapped, when the ceiling collapses on them, leaving them in mortal danger along with Sue Ellen who is still unconscious on the floor.
34 9 "Denial, Anger, Acceptance" Steve Robin Bruce Rasmussen August 18, 2014 (2014-08-18) 1.97[34]
35 10 "Dead Reckoning"[35] Anton Cooper Julia Cohen August 25, 2014 (2014-08-25)
36 11 "Hurt"[36] Patrick Duffy Aaron Allen September 1, 2014 (2014-09-01) TBA
37 12 "Victims of Love"[37] TBA TBA TBA TBA
38 13 "Boxed In"[37] TBA TBA TBA TBA
39 14 "Endgame"[37] TBA TBA TBA TBA
40 15 "Brave New World"[37] TBA TBA TBA TBA

Ratings[edit]

Season 1[edit]

Episode number Title Original air date Ratings share
(Adults 18–49)
Viewers
(in millions)
Rank per week
on cable
1 "Changing of the Guard" June 13, 2012 (2012-06-13) 1.5[2] 6.86[2] #1[38]
2 "Hedging Your Bets" June 13, 2012 (2012-06-13) 1.5[2] 6.86[2] #1[38]
3 "The Price You Pay" June 20, 2012 (2012-06-20) 1.3[3] 4.76[3] #8[39]
4 "The Last Hurrah" June 27, 2012 (2012-06-27) 1.1[4] 4.08[4] #15[40]
5 "Truth and Consequences" July 4, 2012 (2012-07-04) 1.0[5] 3.36[5] #16[41]
6 "The Enemy of My Enemy" July 11, 2012 (2012-07-11) 1.0[6] 3.63[6] N/A
7 "Collateral Damage" July 18, 2012 (2012-07-18) 0.9[7] 3.88[7] #13[42]
8 "No Good Deed" July 25, 2012 (2012-07-25) 0.7[8] 3.25[8] #24[43]
9 "Family Business" August 1, 2012 (2012-08-01) 0.8[9] 3.24[9] #17[44]
10 "Revelations" August 8, 2012 (2012-08-08) 1.3[10] 4.29[10] #7[45]

Season 2[edit]

Episode No. Title Original air date Ratings share
(Adults 18–49)
Viewers
(in millions)
Live+3
(Total Viewers in millions)
Live+3
(Adults 18-49 in millions)
Live+3
(Adults 25-54 in millions)
1 "Battle Lines" January 28, 2013 (2013-01-28) 0.8[46] 2.98[46] 3.7[47] 1.3[47] 1.5[47]
2 "Venomous Creatures" January 28, 2013 (2013-01-28) 0.8[46] 2.98[46] 3.7[47] 1.3[47] 1.5[47]
3 "Sins of the Father" February 4, 2013 (2013-02-04) 0.6[12] 2.23[12] N/A 2.9[48] 1.2[48]
4 "False Confessions" February 11, 2013 (2013-02-11) 0.8[49] 2.411[49] 3.1[50] 1.2[50] 1.3[50]
5 "Trial and Error" February 18, 2013 (2013-02-18) 0.7[51] 2.509[51] 3.2[52] 1.1[52] 1.3[52]
6 "Blame Game" February 25, 2013 (2013-02-25) 0.7[53] 2.55[53] 3.4[54] 1.3[54] 1.5[54]
7 "The Furious and the Fast" March 4, 2013 (2013-03-04) 0.7[55] 2.79[55] 3.6[56] 1.2[56] 1.5[56]
8 "JR's Masterpiece" March 11, 2013 (2013-03-11) 0.9[57] 3.56[57] 4.6[58] 1.5[58] 1.8[58]
9 "Ewing's Unite!" March 18, 2013 (2013-03-18) 0.8[59] 2.67[59] 3.5[60] 1.4[60] 1.5[60]
10 "Guilt and Innocence" March 25, 2013 (2013-03-25) 0.7[61] 2.61[61] 3.3[62] 1.2[62] 1.4[62]
11 "Let Me In" April 1, 2013 (2013-04-01) 0.8[63] 2.60[63] 3.6[64] 1.3[64] 1.5[64]
12 "A Call to Arms" April 8, 2013 (2013-04-08) 0.6[65] 1.94[65] 3.0[66] 1.1[64] 1.3[64]
13 "Love and Family" April 8, 2013 (2013-04-08) 0.8[65] 2.44[65] 3.0[66] 1.1[66] 1.3[64]
14 "Guilt By Association" April 15, 2013 (2013-04-15) 0.8[22] 2.82[22] 3.8[67] 1.4[67] 1.8[67]
15 "Legacies" April 15, 2013 (2013-04-15) 0.9[22] 2.99[22] 3.8[67] 1.4[67] 1.8[67]

Season 3[edit]

Episode No. Title Original air date Ratings share
(Adults 18–49)
Viewers
(in millions)
Live+3
(Total Viewers in millions)
Live+3
(Adults 18-49 in millions)
Live+3
(Adults 25-54 in millions)
1 "The Return" February 24, 2014 (2014-02-24) 0.7[26] 2.65[26] 3.5[68] 1.4[68] 1.6[68]
2 "Trust Me" March 3, 2014 (2014-03-03) 0.4[27] 1.93[27] 2.7[69] 1.1[69] 0.8[69]
3 "Playing Chicken" March 10, 2014 (2014-03-10) 0.4[28] 1.98[27] 2.7[70] 0.9[69] 1.0[69]
4 "Lifting the Veil" March 17, 2014 (2014-03-17) 0.5[29] 1.77[29] 2.6[69] 0.8[69] 1.1[69]
5 "D.T.R." March 24, 2014 (2014-03-24) 0.5[30] 1.78[30] 2.6[69] 0.9[69] 1.0[71]
6 "Like Father, Like Son" March 31, 2014 (2014-03-31) 0.4[31] 1.81[31] 2.6[69] 0.9[72] 1.2[72]
7 "Like a Bad Penny" April 7, 2014 (2014-04-07) 0.5[32] 1.87[32] 2.6
8 "Where There's Smoke" April 14, 2014 (2014-04-14) 0.6[33] 2.05[33] 3.0 1.4[72] 1.1[72]
9 "Denial, Anger, Acceptance" August 18, 2014 (2014-08-18) 0.4[34] 1.97[34]

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