Dallas

Season 13 Episode 27

Three, Three, Three (2)

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Aired Friday 12:00 AM May 11, 1990 on CBS
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In the sanitarium, J.R. finally gets Jessica to sign over her Weststar voting rights; Cliff tries to convince Liz to stay in Dallas; Liz and McKay reach a mutual understanding about keeping quiet about their shared past; Cally and James obtain their long-awaited revenge against J.R.

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SUBMIT REVIEW
    Larry Hagman

    Larry Hagman

    John Ross 'J.R.' Ewing

    Ken Kercheval

    Ken Kercheval

    Cliff Barnes

    Sasha Mitchell

    Sasha Mitchell

    James Richard Beaumont

    George Kennedy

    George Kennedy

    Carter McKay

    Cathy Podewell

    Cathy Podewell

    Cally Harper Ewing

    Harold Gould

    Harold Gould

    Dr. Wexler

    Guest Star

    Stephen Mendel

    Stephen Mendel

    Walter Berman

    Guest Star

    Liam Sullivan

    Liam Sullivan

    Mark Allen

    Guest Star

    Alexis Smith

    Alexis Smith

    Lady Jessica Montfort

    Recurring Role

    Shannon Wilcox

    Shannon Wilcox

    Anita

    Recurring Role

    Michael Keenan

    Michael Keenan

    Keller

    Recurring Role

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    • QUOTES (8)

      • James: Funny, you look right at home here.
        J.R.: Well, enjoy it while you can, but I'm gonna destroy both of you. You're gonna regret the day you ever met me, boy.
        James: No threats, J.R.
        J.R.: This is not a threat, this is a guarantee. Now, you get me the hell ouf of here, you little bastard!
        James: No way, Daddy. It's payback time and you're in here for good.
        J.R.: What?!
        Orderly: Easy, Mr. Ewing.
        J.R.: He's got my release papers!
        James: Not anymore. (James rips up the papers)
        J.R.: Huh?! What are you?!...
        Orderly: Get him out of here! (Orderlies take J.R. away)
        J.R.: I'm not gonna... What you are you doing to me?!
        James: Enjoy your stay!

      • James: I've got your release papers right here.
        J.R.: Yeah? What's going on?
        James: Oh, there's another paper you have to sign first.
        J.R.: What are you up to, boy?
        James: Just sign this property settlement and I'll take your release papers to the office. I'll pre-date it, just like you did.
        J.R.: Why, you little turncoast. You're no son of mine.
        James: Obviously, I am. I'm doing exactly what you'd do.

      • James: You really think of everything, don't you?
        J.R.: Well, if you wanna be where I am, you have to.
        James: Yeah, well, right now, where you are is a high-security sanitarium.

      • Dr. Wexler: You know, we've never really discussed your paranoia?
        J.R.: What paranoia?
        Dr. Wexler: This feeling that people are out to get you. Did you feel that way about your wife?
        J.R.: What the hell are you talking about?
        Dr. Wexler: What is it that people are trying to do to you?
        J.R.: They're trying to take Ewing Oil away from me. Hell, they all hate me! Is that paranoid?!

      • Keller: (whispering) I bet you're gonna sneak out again, just like last night.
        J.R.: You saw me?
        Keller: Don't worry, I'm not gonna tell anybody. But I think you should buy a shawl.
        J.R.: (sighs) God, blackmailed, even in here.

      • J.R.: Oh, my God, it's morning! I gotta get out of here.
        Anita: No, don't go. I'm getting in the mood again.
        J.R.: When aren't you in the mood?

      • Liz: You have a one-track mind.
        Cliff: I'm talking about you staying in my guest room with no strings attached.
        Liz: And I'm talking about your obsession with money, not sex.
        Cliff: I thought you told me cheap men turned you on.

      • J.R.: You wouldn't happen to have a pair of scissors or a knife around here, would you?
        Anita: Are you kidding? The only thing they let me have are a pair of crayons to write with.

    • NOTES (1)

      • Barbara Bel Geddes (Miss Ellie), Charlene Tilton (Lucy), Lesley-Anne Down (Stephanie), Patrick Duffy (Bobby), Kimberly Foster (Michelle), Howard Keel (Clayton), and Sheree J. Wilson (April) do not appear in this episode.

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