Discussion in 'TV Forum' started by ginscpy, Jun 5, 2012.
Got Larry Hagman, Patrick Duffy and Linda Gray - plus newcomers....................
The first one wasn't much.
Dallas the geriatric years!!!
I think its pretty lame.
JR is still the only one worth watching.
So is it like a remake of the original Dallas, or an extension?
^^^ I have seen some of it and it is pretty much a continuation of the show only how things are for the characters now or at least the ones that are on the show anyways.
God bless you always!!!
P.S. And if you are wondering, no. J.R. Ewing has not changed a bit.
J.R. Ewing dead of long ago inflicted gunshot wound...
Larry Hagman dead at 81, portrayed notorious TV villain J.R. Ewing
24 Nov.`12 - Larry Hagman, who created one of American television's most supreme villains in the conniving, amoral oilman J.R. Ewing of "Dallas," died on Friday, the Dallas Morning News reported. He was 81.
The writers will configure a plot device to write him out of the show. He had already filmed six episodes.
Larry Hagman at 81 worked. Imagine that! He was working at 81. Clint Eastwood is still working at 82. Compared to liberals who want to retire at 50, unless than can retire younger than that.
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