Dallas

Season 13 Episode 15

Unchain My Heart

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Aired Friday 12:00 AM Jan 19, 1990 on CBS
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Cliff meets P.R. guru Stephanie Rogers, who says she'll make his political dreams come true; J.R., Cally, and John Ross go to Pride to help Miss Ellie, though Clayton has his doubts; Bobby gives April an engagement ring, but they immediately have a huge fight; James and Michelle come to termsmoreless

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    Sheree J. Wilson

    Sheree J. Wilson

    April Stevens

    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

    Ken Kercheval

    Ken Kercheval

    Cliff Barnes

    Howard Keel

    Howard Keel

    Clayton Farlow

    Matthew Faison

    Matthew Faison

    Stanton Drake

    Guest Star

    Charles Stratton

    Charles Stratton

    Clarence Melville

    Guest Star

    Jack Rader

    Jack Rader

    Pete Reuther

    Guest Star

    Margaret Michaels

    Margaret Michaels

    Jeanne O'Brien

    Recurring Role

    Jeri Gaile

    Jeri Gaile

    Rose McKay

    Recurring Role

    Omri Katz

    Omri Katz

    John Ross Ewing III

    Recurring Role

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    • QUOTES (8)

      • Phyllis: Bobby, is something wrong?
        Bobby: I'm sorry, what? Phyllis, did you see that woman?
        Phyllis: Who?
        Bobby: You're gonna think I'm crazy... but I swear I just saw Pam.

      • Michelle: You're right, men stink. At least you're financially independent. You don't have to depend on them for money.
        April: Maybe not, but I leased this office space because I thought being in the oil business would bring Bobby and I closer together. Now the thought of filling my car makes me nauseous.

      • Cliff: I'm getting all the publicity I need lately.
        Stephanie: Lately. You know, the trouble with publicity is that left unguided it can go away in hours. There's no more committee. You're yesterday's news. You get staler by the minute.
        Cliff: Huh. And yet you're interested?
        Stephanie: I love a challenge.

      • John Ross: You really worked in the fields?
        J.R.: Yep, side by side with my daddy.
        John Ross: Like I'm doing with you now.
        J.R.: Pretty much so. Now, whether you work in an office or in the fields, you're going to get dirty. But out here, the dirt's a lot cleaner.

      • Melville: Mr. Ewing, Clarence Melville, sir. Red Gardner sent me.
        J.R.: Well, you're just a kid.
        Melville: I'm twenty-five.
        J.R.: Well, that certainly makes me feel better. Heh.
        Melville: I have a Masters in chemical engineering from the University of Texas. Red Gardner's my uncle.
        J.R.: Oh, well, you know, getting dirty's just as much a part of the oil business as book learnin' and who you know. Uh, you just don't seem like you've gotten dirty for some time.
        Melville: Would it help if I rolled around on the ground a bit?

      • Michelle: So does this date save Daddy from having to give her a raise?
        James: This date is so I can enjoy myself for a change.
        Kendall: Maybe you two would like to be alone for a minute.
        James: (to Michelle's date) You know, you look like a nice guy. What are you doing with her?
        Stephen: Well, I thought I was going to be having dinner, but I guess I'm just part of a continuing drama.

      • Phone Repairman: Looking for somebody?
        McKay: I must have the wrong office. I'm looking for April Oil.
        Phone Repairman: You've got it. April Oil. Ms. Oil's in there.

      • Reporter: Now, we'll come straight to you for a three-minute interview.
        Cliff: Three whole minutes? Oh, I'm honored.
        Reporter: Well, you are the man of the hour.
        Cliff: Hour? Well, then when do I get my other fifty-seven minutes.

    • NOTES (2)

    • ALLUSIONS (1)

      • April compares Carter McKay to the Ghost of Christmas Past. This is a reference to the novel, A Christmas Carol, by Charles Dickens, in which the Ghost of Christmas Past was a supporting character.

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