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Season 14

Dallas: J.R. Returns

Nov/15/1996
J.R. makes a dramatic return to Dallas, determined to reclaim control of Ewing Oil, which is now in the hands of his archenemy, Cliff Barnes. J.R. schemes to destroy Cliff's merger with McKay whilst also attempting to reunite his family, including his ex-wife, Sue Ellen, and his son, John Ross, who are now living in England.
Guest Stars: Buck Taylor as Steve Grisham | John Hoge as Ratagan | Tracy Scoggins as Anita Smithfield | Deborah Kellner as Pamela Rebecca Cooper | Rosalind Allen as Julia Cunningham | Chris Demetral as Christopher Ewing | Deborah Rennard as Sly Lovegren | George Petrie as Harv Smithfield | Omri Katz as John Ross Ewing III | Audrey Landers as Afton Cooper
Director: Leonard Katzman

Dallas: War of the Ewings

Apr/24/1998
J.R. has a dream in which Sue Ellen and Bobby are together. J.R. plans a hostile takeover of Ewing Oil which is being run by Bobby and Sue Ellen.
Guest Stars: Tracy Scoggins as Anita Smithfield | Michelle Johnson (1) as Jennifer Jantzen | John Hoge as Ratagan

Dallas Reunion: Return to Southfork

Nov/07/2004
The special reunited original cast members Larry Hagman, Patrick Duffy, Linda Gray, Steve Kanaly, Ken Kercheval, Victoria Principal, Charlene Tilton and Mary Crosby at Southfork Ranch in Parker, Texas to reminisce about their time together on the show, as well as special tributes to Jim Davis and Barbara Bel Geddes, who was too ill to take part in the reunion but sent a telegram of good wishes to her former castmates.

It also included outtakes, bloopers, behind-the-scenes practical jokes, home movies, fan questions, and the final results of an online poll at CBS.com where fans voted for their favorite top 10 Dallas cliffhangers.
Starring Roles: Patrick Duffy as Himself | Linda Gray as Herself | Larry Hagman as Himself (Narator) | Steve Kanaly as Himself | Ken Kercheval as Himself | Victoria Principal as Herself | Charlene Tilton as Herself | Mary Crosby as Herself

335 :14x01 - April in Paris

Nov/02/1990
While on their honeymoon, Bobby and April face a surprise twist from Sheila Foley. Meanwhile, Cally begins to doubt her decision to work with James and J.R. tries to find a way to get himself out of the asylum.
Guest Stars: Don Starr as Jordan Lee | Susan Lucci as Sheila Foley | Michael Hofland as Chauffeur | Rita Vassallo as Mary | Ken Foree as Howard | Mitch Pileggi as Morrisey | Chelcie Ross as Dr. Wykoff | Clifton James as Duke Carlisle | Hugh Maguire as Goldman | J.T. O'Connor as Morris | Michael Keenan as Keller | Arthur Malet as Ryan | Zane Lasky as Donia | Marty Schiff as Del Greco | Deborah Rennard as Sly Lovegren | Shannon Wilcox as Anita | Sherril Lynn Rettino as Jackie Dugan
Director: Leonard Katzman

336 :14x02 - Charade

Nov/09/1990
After kidnapping April, Sheila forces Bobby to act as her husband. Meanwhile, James plays a risky game of high stakes poker; Cliff and Liz's relationship continues; and J.R. rounds the other inmates up to help him in tricking Morrisey into confessing.
Guest Stars: Mitch Pileggi as Morrisey | Clive Rosengren as Mudcat | Michael Clark (1) as Big H | Padraic Duffy as Mark Harris | Rockwood as Tattoo Artist | Bodine Balasco as Dealer | Jean Claudio as Inspector | Jacques Brunet as Phony De Rougement | Guy Chapellier as Artist | Jean Rougerie as Captain De Rougement | Chelcie Ross as Dr. Wykoff | Clifton James as Duke Carlisle | John Harkins as Control | Don Starr as Jordan Lee | Michael Keenan as Keller | Arthur Malet as Ryan | J.T. O'Connor as Larry | Zane Lasky as Donia | Hugh Maguire as Goldman | Marty Schiff as Del Greco | Shannon Wilcox as Anita | Susan Lucci as Sheila Foley
Director: Irving J. Moore
Writer: Howard Lakin

337 :14x03 - One Last Kiss

Nov/16/1990
April learns that she is being held against her will by Sheila. Meanwhile, an ally turns on Bobby; and Cally visits J.R. and makes an offer that would get him released.
Guest Stars: Deborah Tranelli as Phyllis Wapner | Sherril Lynn Rettino as Jackie Dugan | Chelcie Ross as Dr. Wykoff | Duane Davis as Tim | Padraic Duffy as Mark Harris | Jean Rougerie as Captain De Rougement | Shannon Wilcox as Anita | Deborah Rennard as Sly Lovegren | Marty Schiff as Del Greco | Susan Lucci as Sheila Foley | Don Starr as Jordan Lee | Michael Keenan as Keller | Hugh Maguire as Goldman | Arthur Malet as Ryan | Zane Lasky as Donia
Director: Leonard Katzman
Writer: Lisa Seidman

338 :14x04 - Terminus

Nov/23/1990
Back in control of Ewing Oil, J.R. sets out to get even with James, Sly, and Melinda Carlisle. Meanwhile, Bobby makes a daring attempt to rescue April from Sheila.
Guest Stars: David Carlile as Jones | Dierk Torsek as Smith | David L. Crowley as Pete Johnson | Ramy Zada as Johnny Dancer | Clifton James as Duke Carlisle | Francis Swann as Mike the Bartender | John Hoge as Ratagan | Sherril Lynn Rettino as Jackie Dugan | Deborah Rennard as Sly Lovegren | Omri Katz as John Ross Ewing III | Don Starr as Jordan Lee | John Harkins as Control
Director: Irving J. Moore

339 :14x05 - Tunnel of Love

Nov/30/1990
James tries to convince Cliff to go after J.R. who is using the trouble in the McKay's marriage to his advantage. Meanwhile, after the funeral Bobby begins to hunt down Sheila and turns the blame for April's death on the greed that accompanies the oil business.
Guest Stars: Danone Camden as Kendall Chapman | Clifton James as Duke Carlisle | Ramy Zada as Johnny Dancer | Padraic Duffy as Mark Harris | Fred Stromsoe as Garage Owner | Jean Claudio as Inspector | Pat Colbert as Dora Mae | Francis Swann as Mike the Bartender | John Harkins as Control | Peter White (1) as Breslin | Jeri Gaile as Rose McKay | Deborah Rennard as Sly Lovegren | Deborah Tranelli as Phyllis Wapner | Sherril Lynn Rettino as Jackie Dugan
Writer: Howard Lakin

340 :14x06 - Heart and Soul

Dec/07/1990
As Bobby continues to search for Sheila, Michelle blames Bobby for April's death. Meanwhile, James tries to find someone to take out his father; J.R. sends in a spy in the Carter's household; and Vanessa Beaumont arrives in Dallas.
Guest Stars: Jean Sincere as Room Service Attendant | Peter Gonneau as O.R.C. Member #2 | Robert Balderson as O.R.C. Member #1 | Ramy Zada as Johnny Dancer | David Gale as Gerhardt | Pat Colbert as Dora Mae | Sherril Lynn Rettino as Jackie Dugan | Joshua Harris as Christopher Ewing | Omri Katz as John Ross Ewing III | Deborah Rennard as Sly Lovegren | Jeri Gaile as Rose McKay | Peter White (1) as Breslin | Gayle Hunnicutt as Vanessa Beaumont
Director: Nick Havinga
Writer: Lisa Seidman

341 :14x07 - The Fabulous Ewing Boys

Dec/14/1990
Cliff, Liz, and Carter are named as suspects in the murder of Johnny Dancer. Meanwhile, Michelle offers to help Bobby find Sheila Foley; Cally confides in Vanessa; and J.R. and Clayton have a violent fight that leads Bobby to take action.
Guest Stars: John Hoge as Ratagan | Francis Swann as Mike the Bartender | Sherril Lynn Rettino as Jackie Dugan | Danone Camden as Kendall Chapman | Robert Chase as John the Jeweler | Deborah Tranelli as Phyllis Wapner | Joshua Harris as Christopher Ewing | Omri Katz as John Ross Ewing III | Deborah Rennard as Sly Lovegren | Jeri Gaile as Rose McKay | Buck Taylor as Detective Bussey | John Harkins as Control | Gayle Hunnicutt as Vanessa Beaumont

342 :14x08 - The Odessa File

Dec/21/1990
Bobby and Michelle travel to Odessa to find Sheila Foley and Cliff offers to help after they find a lead on her. Meanwhile, Vanessa accepts J.R.'s offer; LeeAnne De La Vega arrives in town; and Rose makes a confession.
Guest Stars: Susan Krebs as Toni Chastaine | Nick Eldredge as Doctor Banoff | Michael Monks as Sweeper | Davin Benbow as Bellman #1 | Mick Metropolis as Bellman #2 | Abel Franco as Casul | Miranda Garrison as Sheila Foley | Enrique Sandino as Marquez | Evelyn Guerrero as Nancy | Deborah Tranelli as Phyllis Wapner | Barbara Eden as Lee Ann De La Vega | Gayle Hunnicutt as Vanessa Beaumont | George Petrie as Harv Smithfield | Peter White (1) as Breslin | Jeri Gaile as Rose McKay | Richard Narita as Eugene Inagaki | Deborah Rennard as Sly Lovegren
Director: Nick Havinga
Writer: Howard Lakin

343 :14x09 - Sail On

Jan/04/1991
J.R. tries to stop the sale of Ewing Oil to LeeAnn De La Vega. Meanwhile, Cliff spirals downhill, hurting his career; James frets over his mother's engagement; and Cally delivers surprise news to J.R.
Guest Stars: William Porter as Judge | Susan Edwards as Stacy Byrnes | John Hoge as Ratagan | Pat Colbert as Dora Mae | Joshua Harris as Christopher Ewing | Omri Katz as John Ross Ewing III | Tom Fuccello as Dave Culver | Jeri Gaile as Rose McKay | George Petrie as Harv Smithfield | Buck Taylor as Detective Bussey | Gayle Hunnicutt as Vanessa Beaumont | Barbara Eden as Lee Ann De La Vega
Writer: Lisa Seidman

344 :14x10 - Lock, Stock and Jock

Jan/11/1991
J.R. is angered when he learns that James got Cally pregnant. Meanwhile, Bobby continues on the search for Sheila Foley; Cliff proposes to Liz; and Carter is named the lead suspect in the murder investigation.
Guest Stars: Roseanna Christiansen as Teresa | Danone Camden as Kendall Chapman | Joseph Malone (2) as J.J. Carter | Fred Stromsoe as Alex the Garage Owner | Nikki Sands as Sue the Waitress | Deborah Tranelli as Phyllis Wapner | Deborah Rennard as Sly Lovegren | Peter White (1) as Breslin | Buck Taylor as Detective Bussey | Michael Alldredge as Ray King | Gayle Hunnicutt as Vanessa Beaumont | Barbara Eden as Lee Ann De La Vega | Patricia Barry as Janine
Director: Nick Havinga

345 :14x11 - "S" is for Seduction

Jan/18/1991
LeeAnn and Michelle team up to try to break up J.R. and Vanessa. Meanwhile, Bobby learns Sheila's real name; and the verdict in the murder trial is delivered, but news from Cliff may change the outcome of the trial forever.
Guest Stars: Danone Camden as Kendall Chapman | Joseph Malone (2) as J.J. Carter | Ramy Zada as Johnny Dancer | Dorothy Parke as Jill | Alan Weeks as Judge G. Thomas | Frank Novak (1) as Oilman | Pat Colbert as Dora Mae | Sherril Lynn Rettino as Jackie Dugan | Deborah Rennard as Sly Lovegren | Charles Frank as Paul Keats | Barbara Eden as Lee Ann De La Vega | Gayle Hunnicutt as Vanessa Beaumont | Michael Alldredge as Ray King | Buck Taylor as Detective Bussey | Jeri Gaile as Rose McKay
Writer: Howard Lakin

346 :14x12 - Designing Women

Feb/01/1991
As LeeAnn's plot against J.R. unfolds, she skips town and leaves a surprise for Michelle. Meanwhile, Carter begins to plan his revenge after being released from prison and Bobby has dreams about April.
Guest Stars: Alan Weeks as Judge G. Thomas | Richard Eastham as Frank Hillson | Joseph Malone (2) as J.J. Carter | Danone Camden as Kendall Chapman | Sherril Lynn Rettino as Jackie Dugan | Joshua Harris as Christopher Ewing | Jeri Gaile as Rose McKay | Peter White (1) as Breslin | Gayle Hunnicutt as Vanessa Beaumont | Barbara Eden as Lee Ann Nelson De La Vega
Director: Irving J. Moore
Writer: Lisa Seidman

347 :14x13 - 90265

Feb/08/1991
J.R. is kicked out of Ewing Oil by Michelle, who moves to Southfork with James. Meanwhile, Liz and Bobby wait in Malibu for Hillary Taylor's return.
Guest Stars: Danone Camden as Kendall Chapman | Paul Ganus as Derrick | Fred Stromsoe as Alex | Gordon Wells (1) as Justice Of The Peace | Sherril Lynn Rettino as Jackie Dugan | Deborah Tranelli as Phyllis Wapner | Joshua Harris as Christopher Ewing | Shari Shattuck as Kit Marlowe | Deborah Rennard as Sly Lovegren | Deirdre Imershein as Jory Taylor | Kelly Rowan as Dana
Director: Leonard Katzman

348 :14x14 - Smooth Operator

Feb/15/1991
As Bobby comes face-to-face with Jory, Hillary's daughter, J.R. begins to plot against LeeAnn.
Guest Stars: Anthony Addabbo as John | Paul Ganus as Derrick | Michael David Simms as Man #1 | Michael Ted Rooney as Man #2 | Michael Chieffo as Station Attendant | Lloyd Battista as Ricardo Mendez | Kathleen Kinmont as Cookie | Charles Bateman as Senator Garrity | Nancy Warren as Kinsey Richards | Kelly Rowan as Dana | Deirdre Imershein as Jory Taylor | Shari Shattuck as Kit Marlowe | Deborah Rennard as Sly Lovegren | Sherril Lynn Rettino as Jackie Dugan | Danone Camden as Kendall Chapman | Barbara Luna as Carmen Esperanza
Director: Larry Hagman
Writer: Lisa Seidman

349 :14x15 - Win Some, Lose Some

Mar/01/1991
Bobby is faced with a moral dilemma when Jory is kidnapped. Meanwhile, J.R. begins his plot against LeeAnn.
Guest Stars: Padraic Duffy as Mark Harris | Paul Gannus as Derrick | Michael David Simms as Man #1 | Michael Ted Rooney as Man #2 | Graham Galloway as Surfer | Floyd Foster, Jr. as Harrigan | Danone Camden as Kendall Chapman | Sherril Lynn Rettino as Jackie Dugan | Eva La Rue as Dee Dee | Kelly Rowan as Dana | Deirdre Imershein as Jory Taylor | Deborah Rennard as Sly Lovegren | Shari Shattuck as Kit Marlowe | Joshua Harris as Christopher Ewing
Director: Patrick Duffy

350 :14x16 - Fathers and Sons and Fathers and Sons

Mar/08/1991
The men of the Ewing clan leave together on a cattle drive. Meanwhile, Carter goes after Johnny Dancer's real murderer and a surprise visitor arrives at Southfork in search of James.
Guest Stars: Chris Weatherhead as Meg Callahan | Mary Watson as Stephanie | Paul Ganus as Derrick | William Marquez as Raoul | William Jones (1) as Lyle | Linda Dawson as Woman #1 | Kristy Talin as Kitten | Julie Araskog as Audrey Chase | Joseph Malone (2) as J.J. Carter | Dusty Rhoads as Man | Buck Taylor as Detective Bussey | Deborah Tucker as Debra Lynn | Omri Katz as John Ross Ewing III | Joshua Harris as Christopher Ewing | Sherril Lynn Rettino as Jackie Dugan | Deborah Marie Taylor as Debbie | Pat Colbert as Dora Mae | Danone Camden as Kendall Chapman
Director: Larry Hagman

351 :14x17 - When the Wind Blows

Mar/29/1991
Carter is finally able to accomplish what he set out to do -- seek revenge on Johnny Dancer's real murderer, Cliff. Meanwhile, Hillary learns that Bobby had met with Jory; and J.R. tries to get James and Michelle back together.
Guest Stars: Deborah Marie Taylor as Debbie | Paul Ganus as Derrick | William Marquez as Raoul | Don Maxwell as Frank Jobe | Ken Kerman as Guard | Carla Beachcomber as Carla | Danone Camden as Kendall Chapman | Sherril Lynn Rettino as Jackie Dugan | Deirdre Imershein as Jory Taylor | Deborah Tucker as Debra Lynn | Deborah Rennard as Sly Lovegren | Bruce Gray (1) as David Stanley | Omri Katz as John Ross Ewing III | Joshua Harris as Christopher Ewing
Director: Patrick Duffy

352 :14x18 - Those Darned Ewings

Apr/05/1991
Michelle goes to Cliff for advice when she learns about James and Debra Lynn's past. Meanwhile, J.R. receives a shocking warning from his doctor.
Guest Stars: Bill Smillie as David Slade | William Marquez as Raoul | Sheldon Kurtz as Lawyer | Edson Stroll as John Kane | Chuckie Gravino as Jimmy Beaumont | Kenny Gravino as Jimmy Beaumont | Tony Miller (1) as Dr. Kessler | Norma Michaels as Babysitter | Francis Swann as Bartender | Deirdre Imershein as Jory Taylor | Deborah Tucker as Debra Lynn | Omri Katz as John Ross Ewing III | Joshua Harris as Christopher Ewing | Sherril Lynn Rettino as Jackie Dugan | Danone Camden as Kendall Chapman
Director: Dwight Adair

353 :14x19 - Farewell, My Lovely

Apr/12/1991
Michelle and Cliff team up to make Debra Lynn leave Southfork. Meanwhile, J.R. and John Ross get into an argument.
Guest Stars: Chuckie Gravino as Jimmy Beaumont | Kenny Gravino as Jimmy Beaumont | Deirdre Imershein as Jory Taylor | Danone Camden as Kendall Chapman | Deborah Marie Taylor as Debbie | Sherril Lynn Rettino as Jackie Dugan | Joshua Harris as Christopher Ewing | Michael Bell (1) as Pat Conners | Deborah Tucker as Debra Lynn | Deborah Rennard as Sly Lovegren | Shari Shattuck as Kit Marlowe | Omri Katz as John Ross Ewing III
Director: Patrick Duffy
Writer: Lisa Seidman

354 :14x20 - Some Leave, Some Get Carried Out

Apr/19/1991
James decides once and for all between Michelle and Debra Lynn. Meanwhile, J.R. and Bobby get into it over Southfork's future; John Ross decides he wants to live with Sue Ellen; and Hillary Taylor must face Michelle.
Guest Stars: Chuckie Gravino as Jimmy Beaumont | Kenny Gravino as Jimmy Beaumont | Danone Camden as Kendall Chapman | Sherril Lynn Rettino as Jackie Dugan | Joshua Harris as Christopher Ewing | Omri Katz as John Ross Ewing III | Shari Shattuck as Kit Marlowe | Bruce Gray (1) as David Stanley | Deborah Tucker as Debra Lynn | Deirdre Imershein as Jory Taylor
Director: Leonard Katzman

355 :14x21 - The Decline and Fall of the Ewing Empire

Apr/26/1991
Depressed over the loss of Southfork, J.R. must partner up with Cliff. Meanwhile, Michelle is charged for Hillary Taylor's murder.
Guest Stars: Sherril Lynn Rettino as Jackie Dugan | Danone Camden as Kendall Chapman | Richard Eastham as Hillson | Rob Youngblood as Robert MacCubbin | Doug Franklin as Cobb | Tom Fleetwood as Thompson | Deborah Tranelli as Phyllis Wapner | Joshua Harris as Christopher Ewing | Jared Martin as Steven "Dusty" Farlow | Deirdre Imershein as Jory Taylor | Buck Taylor as Detective Bussey | Jeri Gaile as Rose McKay | Deborah Rennard as Sly Lovegren | Omri Katz as John Ross Ewing III
Director: Ken Kercheval
Writer: Lisa Seidman

356 :14x22 - Conundrum (1)

May/03/1991
While contemplating suicide, J.R. has a visit from Adam who takes him on journey to see how life would be if the Ewing family had never existed.
Guest Stars: Patrick Pankhurst as Jason Ewing | Sylvia Brooks as Carol | Brioni Farrell as Alice Ann | Robert Neches as Bob | Edson Stroll as Charlie Haas | Anthony Auer as Ted | James T. Callahan as Mr. Smith | Anthony Addabbo as Jeff Peters-Sue Ellen's Agent | Katherine Justice as Alice Kingdom | Teri Ann Linn as Kimberly Kavanaugh | Wayne Chou as Gary's Houseboy | Conor Duffy as Little J.R. | Kate Horton as Little Ellie | David Katzman as Bobby Jr. | Jerry Potter as Bartender | Herman Poppe as Wally Ford | Kim Delgado as Stage Manager | Rosalind Allen as Annie Ewing | Kim Johnston Ulrich as Bootsie Ewing | Ted Shackelford as Gary Ewing | James Newell as Walter Kingdom | Deborah Marie Taylor as Debbie | Virginia Watson as Secretary | Stephen Held as Young man | Leslie Bevis as Jeanne Lawrence | Joan Van Ark as Valene Ewing | Jack Scalia as Nicholas Pearce | Joel Grey as Adam | Linda Gray as Sue Ellen Pearce | Mary Crosby as Kristin Shephard
Director: Leonard Katzman

357 :14x23 - Conundrum (2)

May/03/1991
Adam takes J.R. on an It's A Wonderful Life-esque journey just as Bobby hears a gunshot ring out from J.R.'s room.
Guest Stars: Gregory White as Kleever | John Mueller as Harry | Kenyon Moad as Cally's 3 year old | Mike Simmrin as Andy Krebbs | Denise Gentile as Courtney Ewing | Nicholas Read as Cliff Barnes Jr. | Michael Gonda as Cally's Kid #1 | Jonathan Gonda as Cally's Kid #2 | Tim Eyster as Jock Krebbs | Christine Taylor as Margaret Barnes | Dan Livingston as Edgar | Rosalind Allen as Annie Ewing | Steve Kanaly as Ray Krebbs | Katherine Cannon as Beth Krebbs | Kim Johnston Ulrich as Bootsie Ewing | Joel Grey as Adam | Patrick Pankhurst as Jason Ewing | Barbara Rhoades as Judy | Richard Lineback as Eb | Tricia O'Neil as Barbara Barnes
Director: Leonard Katzman
Warning: Dallas (1978) guide may contain spoilers
Classification: Scripted
Genre: Drama | Soaps
Status: Canceled/Ended
Network: CBS ( USA)
Airs: Fridays at 09:00 pm
Runtime: 60 Minutes
Premiere: April 02, 1978
Ended: May 03, 1991
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