Dallas

Season 4 Episode 19

The Gathering Storm

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Aired Friday 12:00 AM Mar 27, 1981 on CBS
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Jock warns he'll sell Ewing Oil if Ellie and he divorce; Clint pushes Sue Ellen to leave J.R.; Lucy's Young Miss Dallas title demands continue to strain her marriage; Pam's suspicious of Cliff's motives

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    Victoria Principal

    Victoria Principal

    Pamela Barnes Ewing

    Larry Hagman

    Larry Hagman

    John Ross 'J.R.' Ewing

    Jim Davis

    Jim Davis

    Jock Ewing

    Barbara Bel Geddes

    Barbara Bel Geddes

    Eleanor 'Miss Ellie' Southworth Ewing

    Patrick Duffy

    Patrick Duffy

    Bobby Ewing

    Linda Gray

    Linda Gray

    Sue Ellen Ewing

    Ellen Bry

    Ellen Bry

    Jean Halliman

    Guest Star

    Cherie Beasley

    Cherie Beasley

    Judy Smith

    Guest Star

    Morgan Hart

    Morgan Hart

    Jenny Smith

    Guest Star

    Susan Howard

    Susan Howard

    Donna Krebbs

    Recurring Role

    Susan Flannery

    Susan Flannery

    Leslie Stewart

    Recurring Role

    Leigh J. McCloskey

    Leigh J. McCloskey

    Mitch Cooper

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      • J.R.: Gonna stay in bed all day?
        Sue Ellen: (taking breakfast in bed) I just might, J.R. . Do you really care anyway?
        J.R.: No, of course not. I thought you'd know that by now.
        Sue Ellen: Oh, I do. I wonder why you bothered to ask.
        J.R.: Yeah, I wonder sometimes myself.
        Sue Ellen: Have you?
        J.R.: Yeah. Mostly I wonder why I married you in the first place.
        Sue Ellen: Well, among other reasons you couldn't get me into bed unless you did. It seemed really important to you then.
        J.R.: Yeah. Now I can't seem to get you out of it.

      • (Bobby and J.R. are talking about their parents)
        J.R.: It could end in divorce. […] And if that happens, goodbye Ewing Oil.
        Bobby: We are talking about Mama and Daddy. Now, you are discussing family or Ewing Oil?
        J.R.: Frankly, I could never separate that.

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