Dallas

Season 10 Episode 16

Tick, Tock

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Aired Friday 12:00 AM Jan 09, 1987 on CBS
7.4
out of 10
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Bobby feels Pam is overprotective of Christopher; Jeremy Wendell continues his plot to take down Ewing Oil; Ray and Clayton team in a horse-cutting business, each looking to forget their woes; Calhoun makes contact with Sue Ellen, who's unaware of his true identity

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  • Duffy Directs!

    5.0
    Too many sub-plots in this episode distract the main plot of crazy Calhourn taking revenge on JR. The episode fails to do justice to this threat. We know JR is anxious but the viewer has to imagine it.



    Patrick Duffy (Bobby Ewing) directed this episode. A splendid scene occurs when Cliff Barnes meets Wedell. The camera zooms in as two meet. I suspect a lot of time and effort was spent on this shot. I love it.



    Boddy in swimming trucks certainly is a winner with female viewers. Beautiful bodies especially when naked always draw in viewers.



    The episode ought to be stronger in the writing department like my review. Duffy as director and the music score at the end is worth watching for that alone.

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Victoria Principal

Victoria Principal

Pamela Barnes Ewing

Susan Howard

Susan Howard

Donna Culver Krebbs

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

Henry Sutton

Henry Sutton

 

Guest Star

Andrea Walters

Andrea Walters

 

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Signy Coleman

Signy Coleman

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Sheree J. Wilson

Sheree J. Wilson

April Stevens

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William Smithers

William Smithers

Jeremy Wendell

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Jim McMullan

Jim McMullan

Senator Dowling

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