Dallas

Season 12 Episode 19

Three Hundred

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Aired Friday 12:00 AM Mar 17, 1989 on CBS
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Sue Ellen has second thoughts about her movie plans; Tommy McKay desperately needs $100,000, and April suffers from it; fate lands Bobby and J.R. in a situation where they're forced to hash out their differences

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      • J.R.: Well, there's an oil company in this town, and I mean a big one, that's been having meetings with Europeans. And these Europeans want to buy their total output at a guaranteed price for five years. And they're willing to put up earnest money—maybe half.
        Bobby: What's the name of this company?
        J.R.: (drunkenly) Well, I can't tell you that, but the initials are Carter McKay.

      • Bobby ((to J.R. while laughing): You have got more moves than the Dallas Mavericks.

      • J.R.: But you already took me back in the firm. And if you don't take me back as a full partner, you're gonna have to be putting up with all my lies and tricks and things. Hell, we both know that's what I'm gonna be doin'.
        Bobby: You know what? I actually see a logic in what you just said. And that's pretty scary.

      • J.R.: Bobby, you still don't understand me. I didn't start off wanting to hurt anybody, but I had these goals. Goals that were drummed into me when I started working for Daddy at Ewing Oil. Now see, Ewing Oil had to be the biggest, it had to be the best. Nothing came before Ewing Oil - not family, not friends, not anything. And I'd never have broken any rules if people hadn't of gotten in my way. If they just let met alone, no one would have gotten hurt.

      • J.R.: Now, come on, give me a drink.
        Bobby: Now, come on, come on, I don't know how long we're going to be in here. I could run out. I only have 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7...
        J.R.: Alright, alright, I'll buy a damn bottle. Here.
        Bobby: Well, that's different story. What do we got?
        J.R.: Twenty dollars.
        Bobby: Twenty dollars? Well, that shows you what kind of wine you're used to drinking.

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