Dallas

Season 11 Episode 25

Never Say Never

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Aired Friday 12:00 AM Apr 01, 1988 on CBS
6.7
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J.R. moves in on Laurel Ellis as the rest of the family rallies around Clayton; Sue Ellen becomes suspicious of Nicholas Pearce; Kay introduces Bobby to a powerful senator

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  • Second rate.

    5.0
    This was a mediocre episode. Plots that held a lot of promise at the beginning of the season are developing poorly. J.R’s attempted takeover of WestStar is just too complicated without any ending in sight. It’s crazy, J.R in bed Kimberley at the beginning to where is he is at war with her now Sue Ellen and Pearce are beginning to be unrealistic. Pearce and his family are safe, leave at that. I would prefer watching Sue Ellen and Pearce together without having to meet for the pretence of business.



    The episode is shoddy workmanship. The episode is shoddy workmanship. It had the potential to be excellent but the plots are too many and under developed and poorly executed.



    Despite this I enjoy J.R’s famous grin, Clayton facing murder changes, and Booby refusing to give a bribe. I look forward to the remainder of the season.moreless
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

Linda Gray

Linda Gray

Sue Ellen Ewing

Ken Kercheval

Ken Kercheval

Cliff Barnes

Steve Kanaly

Steve Kanaly

Ray Krebbs

Howard Duff

Howard Duff

Senator O'Dell

Guest Star

Francee Greer

Francee Greer

Secretary

Guest Star

Fritz Sperberg

Fritz Sperberg

Repoter #1

Guest Star

Sheree J. Wilson

Sheree J. Wilson

April Stevens

Recurring Role

Leigh Taylor-Young

Leigh Taylor-Young

Kimberly Cryder

Recurring Role

Karen Kopins

Karen Kopins

Kay Lloyd

Recurring Role

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    • They said that the police think Clayton paid $10,000 as blackmail money. However, if they know about the $10,000 in payments they would know that the first $6,000.00 was paid before Clayton ever met Laurel Ellis. That $6,000.00 couldn't have been payment as blackmail for something that hadn't happened yet (Clayton's relationship with Laurel).

      ......This money was lodged by Clayton via check into the account. The police didnt know what the money was for, they assumed blackmail payments. How would they know about the painting?

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