Dallas

Season 11 Episode 30

The Fat Lady Singeth

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Aired Friday 12:00 AM May 13, 1988 on CBS
7.6
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Clayton intervenes on Sue Ellen's behalf to help her get John Ross; Lucy meets Casey Denault; Ray and Jenna ponder their future together; Jordan Lee claims to have seen Pam; J.R. and Nicholas Pearce get into a violent struggle over Sue Ellen in a high-rise condo

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  • Ace!

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    This was an outstanding, excellent and brilliant cliff-hanger to a great season.



    I was flabbergasted, when Sue Ellen pick up the phone calmly after she shot her husband and seen her lover Pearce tossed over a balcony. "This is Sue Ellen Ewing; "I like to report a double murder." What a classic line.



    This is television at its very best. Modern television series have lost their ability to deliver great cliff-hangers yearly. Dallas never failed to deliver heart pounding endings that leave you shouting "Oh my God" repeatly when the closing credits appeared.



    The cliff-hanger overshadows all other plots as we await the outcome. Is JR dead? What will happen to Sue Ellen?



    Simply the best! Thank you, Leonard Katzman for great hour of entertainment.

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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

Linda Gray

Linda Gray

Sue Ellen Ewing

Ken Kercheval

Ken Kercheval

Cliff Barnes

Steve Kanaly

Steve Kanaly

Ray Krebbs

Charlene Tilton

Charlene Tilton

Lucy Ewing-Cooper

Guest Star

David Sage

David Sage

Senator Walter

Guest Star

John Posey

John Posey

Alan Bodine

Guest Star

Sheree J. Wilson

Sheree J. Wilson

April Stevens

Recurring Role

Andrew Stevens

Andrew Stevens

Casey Denault

Recurring Role

Jack Scalia

Jack Scalia

Nicholas Pierce

Recurring Role

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