Dallas

Season 13 Episode 6

Pride and Prejudice

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Aired Friday 12:00 AM Oct 20, 1989 on CBS
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J.R. introduces James to the Dallas social scene; Miss Ellie and Clayton investigate Pride, Texas for clues about the key; Christopher goes on his first date; April looks for a commitment from Bobby; Vanessa comes to town

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    Sheree J. Wilson

    Sheree J. Wilson

    April Stevens Ewing

    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

    Howard Keel

    Howard Keel

    Clayton Farlow

    Sasha Mitchell

    Sasha Mitchell

    James Richard Beaumont

    Tom McFadden

    Tom McFadden

    Doug Snyder

    Guest Star

    Teddy Wilson

    Teddy Wilson

    Clem

    Guest Star

    David Wiley

    David Wiley

    Sparks

    Guest Star

    Michael Wilding

    Michael Wilding

    Alex Barton

    Recurring Role

    Deborah Rennard

    Deborah Rennard

    Sly Lovegren

    Recurring Role

    Joshua Harris

    Joshua Harris

    Christopher Ewing

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    • QUOTES (7)

      • J.R.: You better keep a civil tongue in your head.
        James: You know, I came a long way to see what the shouting was all about. Frankly, I'm disappointed.
        J.R.: Because your mama was so special to me, I'm not gonna bounce your butt out of here, but you better watch what you say to me!
        James: Heh, heh, now, that's better. That's more what my mother was talking about - this rough, tough Texan. What a contract to all the polished gentlemen she knows.
        J.R.: Well, this Texan is a hell of a lot more man than those hand-kissing foreigners.

      • McKay: Oh, J.R., if you're ordering dinner, I might suggest a humble pie. You've had quite a bit of that lately, but you may want another helping.
        J.R.: You know, this place used to have a lot of class. Nowadays, they let anyone in—even turncoats like him.

      • James: I'm curious about the oil industry. And what better place to learn that Dallas?
        Cally: Well, you can learn a whole lot from J.R.
        James: If wouldn't mind, I'd like to spend some more time around your office, maybe sit in on a few meetings.
        J.R.: Yeah, that's alright with me. If you're gonna learn, learn from the master.

      • April: You're crazy about me, right?
        Bobby: Am I on a hidden camera here?
        April: Would it make a difference?
        Bobby: Well, I might keep my clothes on.

      • Kendall: And you think I'm gonna spend the night with you?
        James: Only if you want to make it a date to remember. I guarantee you'll wake up with a smile on your face.
        Kendall: Well, I do like to wake up happy.

      • Bobby: Well, McKay is not famous for his sense of humor.
        J.R.: Yeah, last time he had a good laugh was when the Titanic went down, right?

      • April: You're a cold, cruel, arrogant man.
        McKay: And you're a busy little opportunist who goes from man to man the way a bee goes from flower to flower.

    • NOTES (1)

      • Though credited Kimberly Foster (Michelle), Ken Kercheval (Cliff), and Charlene Tilton (Lucy), Deborah Tranelli (Phyllis), and Sherril Lynn Rettino (Jackie) do not appear in this episode.

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