Dallas

Season 13 Episode 10

Hell's Fury

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Aired Friday 12:00 AM Dec 01, 1989 on CBS
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Carter hopes to use the tanker accident to bring down Ewing Oil once and for all; Jock's letter inspires J.R.; Kay pays Bobby a surprise visit; Cally thinks J.R.'s sleeping with Michelle, which is fine with Michelle; Christopher and John Ross clash over James

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    Larry Hagman

    Larry Hagman

    John Ross 'J.R.' Ewing

    Barbara Bel Geddes

    Barbara Bel Geddes

    Eleanor 'Miss Ellie' Southworth Ewing Farlow

    Patrick Duffy

    Patrick Duffy

    Bobby Ewing

    Charlene Tilton

    Charlene Tilton

    Lucy Ewing

    Ken Kercheval

    Ken Kercheval

    Cliff Barnes

    Howard Keel

    Howard Keel

    Clayton Farlow

    Lee De Broux

    Lee De Broux

    Jack Bouleris

    Guest Star

    J. Jay Saunders

    J. Jay Saunders

    George Middleton

    Guest Star

    Ellen Geer

    Ellen Geer

    Mrs. Bouleris

    Guest Star

    Karen Kopins

    Karen Kopins

    Kay Lloyd

    Recurring Role

    Michael Wilding

    Michael Wilding

    Alex Barton

    Recurring Role

    Deborah Rennard

    Deborah Rennard

    Sly Lovegren

    Recurring Role

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      • Michelle: You think we're having an affair?
        Cally: Aren't you?
        Michelle: Excuse my manners, would you care for a drink?
        Cally: I want an answer.
        Michelle: And what if we were? It's nothing new to J.R. Ask April.

      • J.R.: I know that Cliff Barnes is trying to steamroll you people into believing that Ewing Oil was guilty for that collision. And I just wanted to thank you so much for not buying that garbage.
        Middleton: All the facts aren't in yet. When they are, I'll see if his garbage is worth anything.
        J.R.: Well, garbage is garbage, especially when it's coming out of a mouth of somebody like Cliff Barnes.

      • Lucy: Cally, what's wrong?
        Cally: He lied to me, Lucy. All the promises he made, all the times he told me he loved me. They were nothing but lies.
        Lucy: Let me guess, does this liar's initials begin with J.R.?

      • Diana Farrington: Are you sure you're not here to persuade me to see Cliff's side of things?
        McKay: I'm sure you're going to find Weststar innocent. But based on facts, not on forceful persuasion.
        Cliff: Hey, look, I'm not shoving bamboo shoots under her fingernails.
        McKay: Aren't you?
        Cliff: No, we're just having lunch.
        Diana: He's saving the bamboo shoots for dessert.

      • James: Now this, I can do.
        Michelle: Ha. Bet you didn't learn those moves in military school.
        James: Maybe a little of Europe rubbed off on me after all.
        Michelle: Oh, ho. Viva La France.
        James: Hey, you know what they say: "Make love, not war."
        Michelle: Two million Frenchmen can't be wrong.

      • John Ross: (to Christopher) And I'm really glad I don't have to hang out with you anymore, you little drip.
        J.R.: John Ross, we're having a nice evening at home.
        John Ross: We don't have to take him with us, do we Dad?
        J.R.: Ah, John Ross, we'll discuss this later.
        John Ross: No way, I won't take him. He's a tag-along, geeky creep.
        Christopher: Well, you're pond scum and toe jam mixed together.
        Bobby: You two want to go straight to bed?
        John Ross: He's too young to go with us. Why don't you go upstairs and play with your dolls?

      • John Ross: Dad, maybe James can get you a motorcyle, too, and the three of us can go out riding together.
        J.R.: Well...
        John Ross: James is a real neat guy, Cally. You should see the four-wheeler he got me.
        Christopher: You mean he got you a little red wagon? Whoopee.

      • Clayton: Well, Ellie got a call from a fellow who owns a boarding house in Pride. It seems something happened in town and he wants the new owner to have a look.
        Lucy: Oh, what is it?
        Miss Ellie: He wouldn't tell me. He said I had to take care of it.
        Lucy: Well, I hope it's not another family Grandpa rescued in Europe. They'll all be moving to Southfork.
        J.R.: That's fine by me, Lucy. We'll give 'em your room. Lord knows it'll be put to better use.

      • J.R.: Bobby, what difference does it make? The Faraway Hill's captain is a drunken sot with a lousy record ten miles long.
        Bobby: Then let him tell us that.
        J.R.: What are you talking about?
        Bobby: I think maybe it's time we paid Mr. Bouleris a visit.
        Employee: You mean you haven't talked to him yet? He's a key witness.
        J.R.: Ha, the only thing that man ever witnessed was a bunch of pink elephants dancing around inside his head.

      • Michelle: So not everyboy agrees with you?
        Cliff: There are a couple of 'em that are kinda thorns in my side. You know, always asking questions and wanting proof. But they're gonna see that Ewing Oil is guilty.
        Michelle: That is a shame. Maybe they have a connection to Ewing Oil you don't know about.
        Cliff: Diana Farrington and George Middleton? Ha ha. No, she's been on every save the whale committee. He hires the handicapped for his stores. I mean, they're such bleeding hearts, I mean, I can't believe they're not hemophiliacs.

      • James: Good news?
        J.R.: The best. We're gonna beat 'em on this, James. Nobody's gonna stop us. Least of all Barnes and that bunch of witch hunters he calls a committee.
        James: That's great. It's good to hear you talk like that.
        J.R.: Yeah, you ain't just woofin', boy. Tomorrow, I'm gonna show 'em what the Ewings are made of.

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