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    Silver Screen legend Mickey Rooney dead at 93

    Type: Article | Date: Monday, Apr 7, 2014

    Once one of the biggest movies stars in the world

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    Best and Worst of Darren Aronofsky's 'Noah'

    Type: Gallery | Date: Monday, Mar 31, 2014

    Connelly is an Oscar winning actress and has been superb in films such as Aro...

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    Round-Up: 13 Traumatizing #SadToy Ideas From Twitter

    Type: Article | Date: Thursday, Feb 6, 2014

    These concepts are messed up. And I love it!

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  • Requiem for a Dream - Blu-ray Disc

    Type: Event | Date: Tuesday, Sep 8, 2009

    Based on the novel by Hubert Selby Jr., this gritty drama concerns four people trapped by their addictions. Harry (Jared Leto), and his best friend Tyrone (Marlon Wayans) are impoverished heroin addicts living in Coney Island, NY, while Harry's girlfriend Marion (Jennifer Connelly) is a fellow addict trying to distance herself from her wealthy father. Harry dreams of scoring a pound of smack, from which he could make enough money to open a clothing boutique with Marion, but so far he and his friends can barely scrape by supporting their own habits. Meanwhile, Harry's mother Sara (Ellen Burstyn), who spends her days watching television, is told she has the opportunity to appear on her favorite game show; wanting to lose enough weight to fit into her favorite red dress, she visits a sleazy doctor who gives her a prescription for amphetamines. Soon Sara has a drug habit of her own that is spiraling out of control. Requiem for a Dream was directed by Darren Aronofsky, who also co-wrote the screenplay with Selby; it was Aronofsky's second feature, following his acclaimed independent film Pi. ~ Mark Deming, All Movie Guide

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    Watch: Kanye West, Lindsay Lohan, Jared Leto in 30 Seconds to Mars' new video

    Type: Article | Date: Tuesday, Oct 29, 2013

    Short film is a love letter to L.A., featuring Superman, porn stars and Selena Gomez

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  • Dallas: The Complete Seasons 1-12

    Type: Event | Date: Tuesday, Jan 19, 2010

    Includes:Dallas: Triangle (1978) Dallas: Election (1978) Dallas: Double Wedding (1978) Dallas: Bypass (1978) Dallas: Reunion, Part II (1978) Dallas: Barbecue (1978) Dallas: Fallen Idol (1978) Dallas: Kidnapped (1978) Dallas: Digger's Daughter (1978) Dallas: Lessons (1978) Dallas: Spy in the House (1978) Dallas: Winds of Vengeance (1978) Dallas: Reunion, Part I (1978) Dallas: Old Acquaintance (1978) Dallas: Black Market Baby (1978) Dallas: Runaway (1978) Dallas: Survival (1978) Dallas: Act of Love (1978) Dallas: Love and Marriage (1979) Dallas: Rodeo (1979) Dallas: Whatever Happened to Baby John? Part I (1979) Dallas: Whatever Happened to Baby John? Part II (1979) Dallas: The Silent Killer (1979) Dallas: Secrets (1979) Dallas: The Kristin Affair (1979) Dallas: The Dove Hunt (1979) Dallas: The Lost Child (1979) Dallas: Mastectomy, Part I (1979) Dallas: Julie's Return (1979) Dallas: The Red File, Part I (1979) Dallas: The Red File, Part II (1979) Dallas: Sue Ellen's Sister (1979) Dallas: Call Girl (1979) Dallas: Royal Marriage (1979) Dallas: The Outsiders (1979) Dallas: John Ewing III, Part I (1979) Dallas: John Ewing III, Part II (1979) Dallas: Home Again (1979) Dallas: For Love or Money (1979) Dallas: Return Engagements (1979) Dallas: Ellie Saves the Day (1979) Dallas: The Heiress (1979) Dallas: Mastectomy, Part II (1979) Dallas: Mother of the Year (1979) Dallas: Power Play (1980) Dallas: No More Mister Nice Guy, Part II (1980) Dallas: A House Divided (1980) Dallas: Jenna's Return (1980) Dallas: Sue Ellen's Choice (1980) Dallas: Second Thoughts (1980) Dallas: Paternity Suit (1980) Dallas: Divorce - Ewing Style (1980) Dallas: Jock's Trial, Part I (1980) Dallas: Jock's Trial, Part II (1980) Dallas: The Wheeler Dealer (1980) Dallas: No More Mister Nice Guy, Part I (1980) Dallas: Nightmare (1980) Dallas: The Fourth Son (1980) Dallas: The Venezuelan Connection (1980) Dallas: Who Done It? (1980) Dallas: Taste of Success (1980) Dallas: Trouble at Ewing 23 (1980) Dallas: Waterloo at South Fork (1981) Dallas: Showdown at San Angelo (1981) Dallas: Little Boy Lost (1981) Dallas: The Sweet Smell of Revenge (1981) Dallas: The Big Shutdown (1981) Dallas: Blocked (1981) Dallas: The Split (1981) Dallas: The Prodigal Mother (1981) Dallas: Executive Wife (1981) Dallas: End of the Road, Part I (1981) Dallas: Making of a President (1981) Dallas: Mark of Cain (1981) Dallas: The Gathering Storm (1981) Dallas: Ewing vs. Ewing (1981) Dallas: New Beginnings (1981) Dallas: Full Circle (1981) Dallas: Ewing-Gate (1981) Dallas: Missing Heir (1981) Dallas: Gone, But Not Forgotten (1981) Dallas: Start the Revolution With Me (1981) Dallas: The Quest (1981) Dallas: Lover, Come Back (1981) Dallas: The New Mrs. Ewing (1981) Dallas: End of the Road, Part 2 (1981) Dallas: Starting Over (1981) Dallas: Five Dollars a Barrel (1981) Dallas: Blackmail (1982) Dallas: Vengeance (1982) Dallas: The Prodigal (1982) Dallas: The Maelstrom (1982) Dallas: The Phoenix (1982) Dallas: Denial (1982) Dallas: Barbecue Two (1982) Dallas: Fringe Benefits (1982) Dallas: The Ewing Touch (1982) Dallas: Hit and Run (1982) Dallas: Aftermath (1982) Dallas: Jack's Will (1982) Dallas: The Big Ball (1982) Dallas: Billion Dollar Question (1982) Dallas: Where There's a Will (1982) Dallas: Changing of the Guard (1982) Dallas: Mama Dearest (1982) Dallas: Barbecue Three (1982) Dallas: Post Nuptial (1982) Dallas: The Wedding (1982) Dallas: The Investigation (1982) Dallas: Acceptance (1982) Dallas: Goodbye, Cliff Barnes (1982) Dallas: My Father, My Son (1982) Dallas: Anniversary (1982) Dallas: The Search (1982) Dallas: Head of the Family (1982) Dallas: Adoption (1982) Dallas: The Ewing Blues (1983) Dallas: The Reckoning (1983) Dallas: Requiem (1983) Dallas: The Crash of '83 (1983) Dallas: A Ewing is a Ewing (1983) Dallas: Legacy (1983) Dallas: Caribbean Connection (1983) Dallas: Hell Hath No Fury (1983) Dallas: The Road Back (1983) Dallas: The Quality of Mercy (1983) Dallas: Check and Mate (1983) Dallas: Ray's Trial (1983) Dallas: Morning After (1983) Dallas: The Oil Barron's Ball (1983) Dallas: The Buck Stops Here (1983) Dallas: To Catch a Sly (1983) Dallas: Barbecue Four (1983) Dallas: Past Imperfect (1983) Dallas: The Long Goodbye (1983) Dallas: The Letter (1983) Dallas: My Brother's Keeper (1983) Dallas: Ewing Inferno (1983) Dallas: Penultimate (1983) Dallas: Things Ain't Goin' Too Good at Southfork (1983) Dallas: Tangled Web (1983) Dallas: Cuba Libre (1983) Dallas: The Sting (1983) Dallas: Brothers and Sisters (1983) Dallas: Turning Point (1984) Dallas: And the Winner Is... (1984) Dallas: Fools Rush In (1984) Dallas: The Unexpected (1984) Dallas: Peter's Principles (1984) Dallas: Offshore Crude (1984) Dallas: Some Do... Some Don't (1984) Dallas: Eye of the Beholder (1984) Dallas: Twelve Mile Limit (1984) Dallas: Strange Alliance (1984) Dallas: Odd Man Out (1984) Dallas: Deja Vu (1984) Dallas: Do You Take This Woman... (1984) Dallas: Barbecue Five (1984) Dallas: Charlie (1984) Dallas: Shadows (1984) Dallas: Oil Baron's Ball III (1984) Dallas: Homecoming (1984) Dallas: Shadow of a Doubt (1984) Dallas: Family (1984) Dallas: Jamie (1984) Dallas: If At First You Don't Succeed (1984) Dallas: Battle Lines (1984) Dallas: Killer at Large (1984) Dallas: Hush, Hush, Sweet Jessie (1984) Dallas: End Game (1984) Dallas: Where is Poppa? (1984) Dallas: When the Bough Breaks (1984) Dallas: True Confessions (1984) Dallas: Love Stories (1984) Dallas: Blow Up (1984) Dallas: Winds of War (1985) Dallas: Curiosity Killed the Cat (1985) Dallas: Goodbye, Farewell and Amen (1985) Dallas: En Passant (1985) Dallas: The Prize (1985) Dallas: Lockup in Laredo (1985) Dallas: The Ewing Connection (1985) Dallas: Terms of Estrangement (1985) Dallas: Sentences (1985) Dallas: The Verdict (1985) Dallas: Trial and Error (1985) Dallas: Dead Ends (1985) Dallas: Shattered Dreams (1985) Dallas: The Brothers Ewing (1985) Dallas: Sins of the Fathers (1985) Dallas: Close Encounters (1985) Dallas: Quandary (1985) Dallas: The Winds of Change (1985) Dallas: Mothers (1985) Dallas: Saving Grace (1985) Dallas: Resurrection (1985) Dallas: Those Eyes (1985) Dallas: Rock Bottom (1985) Dallas: The Family Ewing (1985) Dallas: Suffer the Little Children (1985) Dallas: Swan Song (1985) Dallas: Deliverance (1985) Dallas: Deeds and Misdeeds (1985) Dallas: Bail Out (1985) Dallas: Legacy of Hate (1985) Dallas: Blast From the Past (1986) Dallas: Twenty-Four Hours (1986) Dallas: Blame it on Bogota (1986) Dallas: J.R. Rising (1986) Dallas: Serendipity (1986) Dallas: Nothing's Ever Perfect (1986) Dallas: Just Desserts (1986) Dallas: Masquerade (1986) Dallas: Sitting Ducks (1986) Dallas: Overture (1986) Dallas: Dire Straits (1986) Dallas: Missing (1986) Dallas: Shadow Games (1986) Dallas: Return to Camelot, Part 1 (1986) Dallas: Return to Camelot, Part 2 (1986) Dallas: Pari Per Sue (1986) Dallas: Once and Future King (1986) Dallas: Enigma (1986) Dallas: Trompe l'Oeil (1986) Dallas: Territorial Imperative (1986) Dallas: The Second Time Around (1986) Dallas: Bells Are Ringing (1986) Dallas: Who's Who at the Oil Baron's Ball? (1986) Dallas: Proof Positive (1986) Dallas: Something Old, Something New (1986) Dallas: Bar-B-Cued (1986) Dallas: The Fire Next Time (1986) Dallas: Hello, Goodbye, Hello (1986) Dallas: Thrice in a Lifetime (1986) Dallas: The Deadly Game (1986) Dallas: The Missing Link (1986) Dallas: Fall of the House of Ewing (1987) Dallas: Ruthless People (1987) Dallas: High Noon for Calhoun (1987) Dallas: War and Peace (1987) Dallas: After the Fall: Digger Redux (1987) Dallas: After the Fall: Ewing Rise (1987) Dallas: So Shall Ye Reap (1987) Dallas: Tick, Tock (1987) Dallas: Night Visitor (1987) Dallas: A Death in the Family (1987) Dallas: Revenge of the Nerd (1987) Dallas: The Ten Percent Solution (1987) Dallas: Some Good, Some Bad (1987) Dallas: Mummy's Revenge (1987) Dallas: Daddy's Little Darlin' (1987) Dallas: Brother, Can You Spare a Child? (1987) Dallas: Brothers and Sons (1987) Dallas: Lovers and Other Liars (1987) Dallas: Bedtime Stories (1987) Dallas: Hustling (1987) Dallas: Last Tango in Dallas (1987) Dallas: Tough Love (1987) Dallas: The Lady Vanishes (1987) Dallas: Gone With the Wind (1987) Dallas: The Son Also Rises (1987) Dallas: Cat and Mouse (1987) Dallas: Olio (1987) Dallas: The Dark at the End of the Tunnel (1987) Dallas: Two-Fifty (1987) Dallas: It's Me Again (1988) Dallas: Brotherly Love (1988) Dallas: Farlow's Follies (1988) Dallas: Crime Story (1988) Dallas: War and Love and the Whole Damned Thing (1988) Dallas: Road Work (1988) Dallas: Out of the Frying Pan (1988) Dallas: The Call of the Wild (1988) Dallas: No Greater Love (1988) Dallas: Carousel (1988) Dallas: The Fat Lady Singeth (1988) Dallas: Things Ain't Goin' So Good at Southfork, Again (1988) Dallas: Pillow Talk (1988) Dallas: Top Gun (1988) Dallas: Last of the Good Guys (1988) Dallas: Never Say Never (1988) Dallas: Dead Reckoning (1988) Dallas: To Have and to Hold (1988) Dallas: Showdown at the Ewing Corral (1988) Dallas: Malice in Dallas (1988) Dallas: The Best Laid Plans (1988) Dallas: Anniversary Waltz (1988) Dallas: Marriage on the Rocks (1988) Dallas: Deception (1989) Dallas: The Switch (1989) Dallas: Comings and Goings (1989) Dallas: Reel Life (1989) Dallas: Mission to Moscow (1989) Dallas: The Great Texas Waltz (1989) Dallas: The Sound of Money (1989) Dallas: Yellow Brick Road (1989) Dallas: And Away We Go! (1989) Dallas: April Showers (1989) Dallas: Three Hundred (1989) Dallas: The Serpent's Tooth (1989) Dallas: The Way We Were (1989) Dallas: Wedding Bell Blues (1989) Dallas: Country Girl (1989) Dallas: He-e-ere's Papa! (1989) Dallas: The Two Mrs. Ewings (1989) Dallas: Counter Attack (1989) Dallas: The Sting (1989) Dallas: Triangle No synopsis available. Dallas: Election No synopsis available. Dallas: Double Wedding No synopsis available. Dallas: Bypass No synopsis available. Dallas: Reunion, Part II No synopsis available. Dallas: Barbecue No synopsis available. Dallas: Fallen Idol No synopsis available. Dallas: Kidnapped No synopsis available. Dallas: Digger's Daughter No synopsis available. Dallas: Lessons No synopsis available. Dallas: Spy in the House No synopsis available. Dallas: Winds of Vengeance No synopsis available. Dallas: Reunion, Part I No synopsis available. Dallas: Old Acquaintance No synopsis available. Dallas: Black Market Baby No synopsis available. Dallas: Runaway No synopsis available. Dallas: Survival No synopsis available. Dallas: Act of Love No synopsis available. Dallas: Love and Marriage No synopsis available. Dallas: Rodeo No synopsis available. Dallas: Whatever Happened to Baby John? Part I No synopsis available. Dallas: Whatever Happened to Baby John? Part II No synopsis available. Dallas: The Silent Killer No synopsis available. Dallas: Secrets No synopsis available. Dallas: The Kristin Affair No synopsis available. Dallas: The Dove Hunt No synopsis available. Dallas: The Lost Child No synopsis available. Dallas: Mastectomy, Part I No synopsis available. Dallas: Julie's Return No synopsis available. Dallas: The Red File, Part I No synopsis available. Dallas: The Red File, Part II No synopsis available. Dallas: Sue Ellen's Sister No synopsis available. Dallas: Call Girl No synopsis available. Dallas: Royal Marriage No synopsis available. Dallas: The Outsiders No synopsis available. Dallas: John Ewing III, Part I No synopsis available. Dallas: John Ewing III, Part II No synopsis available. Dallas: Home Again No synopsis available. Dallas: For Love or Money No synopsis available. Dallas: Return Engagements No synopsis available. Dallas: Ellie Saves the Day No synopsis available. Dallas: The Heiress No synopsis available. Dallas: Mastectomy, Part II No synopsis available. Dallas: Mother of the Year No synopsis available. Dallas: Power Play No synopsis available. Dallas: No More Mister Nice Guy, Part II No synopsis available. Dallas: A House Divided No synopsis available. Dallas: Jenna's Return No synopsis available. Dallas: Sue Ellen's Choice No synopsis available. Dallas: Second Thoughts No synopsis available. Dallas: Paternity Suit No synopsis available. Dallas: Divorce - Ewing Style No synopsis available. Dallas: Jock's Trial, Part I No synopsis available. Dallas: Jock's Trial, Part II No synopsis available. Dallas: The Wheeler Dealer No synopsis available. Dallas: No More Mister Nice Guy, Part I No synopsis available. Dallas: Nightmare No synopsis available. Dallas: The Fourth Son No synopsis available. Dallas: The Venezuelan Connection No synopsis available. Dallas: Who Done It? No synopsis available. Dallas: Taste of Success No synopsis available. Dallas: Trouble at Ewing 23 No synopsis available. Dallas: Waterloo at South Fork No synopsis available. Dallas: Showdown at San Angelo No synopsis available. Dallas: Little Boy Lost No synopsis available. Dallas: The Sweet Smell of Revenge No synopsis available. Dallas: The Big Shutdown No synopsis available. Dallas: Blocked No synopsis available. Dallas: The Split No synopsis available. Dallas: The Prodigal Mother No synopsis available. Dallas: Executive Wife No synopsis available. Dallas: End of the Road, Part I No synopsis available. Dallas: Making of a President No synopsis available. Dallas: Mark of Cain No synopsis available. Dallas: The Gathering Storm No synopsis available. Dallas: Ewing vs. Ewing No synopsis available. Dallas: New Beginnings No synopsis available. Dallas: Full Circle No synopsis available. Dallas: Ewing-Gate No synopsis available. Dallas: Missing Heir No synopsis available. Dallas: Gone, But Not Forgotten No synopsis available. Dallas: Start the Revolution With Me No synopsis available. Dallas: The Quest No synopsis available. Dallas: Lover, Come Back No synopsis available. Dallas: The New Mrs. Ewing No synopsis available. Dallas: End of the Road, Part 2 No synopsis available. Dallas: Starting Over No synopsis available. Dallas: Five Dollars a Barrel No synopsis available. Dallas: Blackmail No synopsis available. Dallas: Vengeance No synopsis available. Dallas: The Prodigal No synopsis available. Dallas: The Maelstrom No synopsis available. Dallas: The Phoenix No synopsis available. Dallas: Denial No synopsis available. Dallas: Barbecue Two No synopsis available. Dallas: Fringe Benefits No synopsis available. Dallas: The Ewing Touch No synopsis available. Dallas: Hit and Run No synopsis available. Dallas: Aftermath No synopsis available. Dallas: Jack's Will No synopsis available. Dallas: The Big Ball No synopsis available. Dallas: Billion Dollar Question No synopsis available. Dallas: Where There's a Will No synopsis available. Dallas: Changing of the Guard No synopsis available. Dallas: Mama Dearest No synopsis available. Dallas: Barbecue Three No synopsis available. Dallas: Post Nuptial No synopsis available. Dallas: The Wedding No synopsis available. Dallas: The Investigation No synopsis available. Dallas: Acceptance No synopsis available. Dallas: Goodbye, Cliff Barnes No synopsis available. Dallas: My Father, My Son No synopsis available. Dallas: Anniversary No synopsis available. Dallas: The Search No synopsis available. Dallas: Head of the Family No synopsis available. Dallas: Adoption No synopsis available. Dallas: The Ewing Blues No synopsis available. Dallas: The Reckoning No synopsis available. Dallas: Requiem No synopsis available. Dallas: The Crash of '83 No synopsis available. Dallas: A Ewing is a Ewing No synopsis available. Dallas: Legacy No synopsis available. Dallas: Caribbean Connection No synopsis available. Dallas: Hell Hath No Fury No synopsis available. Dallas: The Road Back The fire that trapped J.R. Ewing (Larry Hagman), his wife, Sue Ellen (Linda Gray), their son, John Ross (now played by Omri Katz), and J.R.'s half-brother, Ray (Steve Kanaly), in the Southfork mansion at the end of Dallas' sixth season is still raging as season seven begins. ~ Hal Erickson, All Movie Guide Dallas: The Quality of Mercy No synopsis available. Dallas: Check and Mate No synopsis available. Dallas: Ray's Trial No synopsis available. Dallas: Morning After No synopsis available. Dallas: The Oil Barron's Ball No synopsis available. Dallas: The Buck Stops Here No synopsis available. Dallas: To Catch a Sly No synopsis available. Dallas: Barbecue Four No synopsis available. Dallas: Past Imperfect No synopsis available. Dallas: The Long Goodbye No synopsis available. Dallas: The Letter No synopsis available. Dallas: My Brother's Keeper No synopsis available. Dallas: Ewing Inferno No synopsis available. Dallas: Penultimate No synopsis available. Dallas: Things Ain't Goin' Too Good at Southfork No synopsis available. Dallas: Tangled Web No synopsis available. Dallas: Cuba Libre No synopsis available. Dallas: The Sting No synopsis available. Dallas: Brothers and Sisters No synopsis available. Dallas: Turning Point No synopsis available. Dallas: And the Winner Is... No synopsis available. Dallas: Fools Rush In No synopsis available. Dallas: The Unexpected No synopsis available. Dallas: Peter's Principles No synopsis available. Dallas: Offshore Crude No synopsis available. Dallas: Some Do... Some Don't No synopsis available. Dallas: Eye of the Beholder No synopsis available. Dallas: Twelve Mile Limit No synopsis available. Dallas: Strange Alliance No synopsis available. Dallas: Odd Man Out As Bobby deals with Jenna's marriage to Marchetta, J.R. tries to steer him away from Pam. ~ Matthew Tobey, All Movie Guide Dallas: Deja Vu After leaving Bobby at the alter, Jenna remains nowhere to be found. Meanwhile, Pam sees an opportunity to reconcile with Bobby. ~ Matthew Tobey, All Movie Guide Dallas: Do You Take This Woman... Bobby and Jenna's wedding day arrives, but someone else may come between them before they exchange "I do's." ~ Matthew Tobey, All Movie Guide Dallas: Barbecue Five J.R. receives some troubling news. Meanwhile, there may be wedding bells in store for Marchetta. ~ Matthew Tobey, All Movie Guide Dallas: Charlie The recently arrived Marchetta makes clear his intentions to fight for Charlie. ~ Matthew Tobey, All Movie Guide Dallas: Shadows As Pam attempts to get over Bobby, there's potential love in the air for Lucy and Eddie. ~ Matthew Tobey, All Movie Guide Dallas: Oil Baron's Ball III News of Bobby and Jenna's engagement reaches Pam. Meanwhile, jealousy rears its head at newlyweds Ellie and Clayton. ~ Matthew Tobey, All Movie Guide Dallas: Homecoming Changes at rival Barnes/Wentworth prove to be cause for concern on J.R.'s part. ~ Matthew Tobey, All Movie Guide Dallas: Shadow of a Doubt In spite of J.R., Sue Ellen decides to take Jaime in. Meanwhile, Pam gets some encouraging news. ~ Matthew Tobey, All Movie Guide Dallas: Family Jaime's arrival in town and shocking claims creates a rift between J.R. and Sue Ellen. ~ Matthew Tobey, All Movie Guide Dallas: Jamie After Bobby survives another attack, a stranger arrives in town and drops a bombshell. ~ Matthew Tobey, All Movie Guide Dallas: If At First You Don't Succeed While Bobby is still reeling from being shot, the gunman makes an attempt on J.R.'s life. ~ Matthew Tobey, All Movie Guide Dallas: Battle Lines As the investigation into Bobby's shooting continues, Donna fills in for him at the company. ~ Matthew Tobey, All Movie Guide Dallas: Killer at Large As the seventh season begins, Bobby is recovering from a gunshot wound while the assailant remains on the loose. ~ Matthew Tobey, All Movie Guide Dallas: Hush, Hush, Sweet Jessie No synopsis available. Dallas: End Game No synopsis available. Dallas: Where is Poppa? No synopsis available. Dallas: When the Bough Breaks No synopsis available. Dallas: True Confessions No synopsis available. Dallas: Love Stories No synopsis available. Dallas: Blow Up No synopsis available. Dallas: Winds of War Despite her claims of innocence, evidence mounts against Jenna. Meanwhile, Bobby finally locates Charlie. ~ Matthew Tobey, All Movie Guide Dallas: Curiosity Killed the Cat Cliff tries to convince Mandy that J.R.'s dalliance with her may be short-lived; Jack fails to show up for an important lunch date; Ellie becomes concerned about Clayton's distraction. ~ TV Guide, All Movie Guide Dallas: Goodbye, Farewell and Amen J.R. asks Sue Ellen to comply with his request for John Ross's sake; Pam plans a vacation with Mark; Jenna tells Jack they should stop seeing each other; Clayton conceals a business decision from Ellie. ~ TV Guide, All Movie Guide Dallas: En Passant J.R. tries to influence the judge in the custody battle for John Ross; Sue Ellen clashes with her mother over future plans; J.R.'s detective is held captive in Greece; Pam makes a decision about the co-venture. ~ TV Guide, All Movie Guide Dallas: The Prize Angelica pushes for a quick close to her deal with Ewing Oil, but Pam opposes the venture; J.R. learns why Jack's participation is critical to the deal; and John Ross disappears during his parents' custody battle. ~ TV Guide, All Movie Guide Dallas: Lockup in Laredo When Jenna is accused of murder, she struggles to prove her innocence. Meanwhile, J.R.'s behvior rubs Jaime the wrong way. ~ Matthew Tobey, All Movie Guide Dallas: The Ewing Connection J.R., Bobby and Ray contemplate the offer made by Jack. Meanwhile, John Ross unexpectedly falls ill. ~ Matthew Tobey, All Movie Guide Dallas: Terms of Estrangement To get the upper hand against Cliff, J.R. does an about-face regarding Pam and Bobby. Meanwhile, a mystery-man comes forward with valuable information. ~ Matthew Tobey, All Movie Guide Dallas: Sentences J.R. uses blackmail to get the company out of hot-water with the state. Meanwhile, Bobby works to free Jenna. ~ Matthew Tobey, All Movie Guide Dallas: The Verdict Bobby works to prove Jenna's innocence. Meanwhile, the company is punished for an environmental violation. ~ Matthew Tobey, All Movie Guide Dallas: Trial and Error As Jenna's trial begins, Bobby is called to testify. Meanwhile, Pam comes to a realization about Mark. ~ Matthew Tobey, All Movie Guide Dallas: Dead Ends Jamie takes a job at rival company Barnes Wentworth. Meanwhile, Pam and Sue Ellen search for Mark in Hong Kong. ~ Matthew Tobey, All Movie Guide Dallas: Shattered Dreams With both his family and business crumbling around him, J.R. looks to Mandy for comfort. ~ Matthew Tobey, All Movie Guide Dallas: The Brothers Ewing When Cliff regains the upper hand, J.R. looks to Sue Ellen for solace, but is rebuffed. ~ Matthew Tobey, All Movie Guide Dallas: Sins of the Fathers When Cliff battles Ewing Oil in court, J.R. takes measures to protect the company. ~ Matthew Tobey, All Movie Guide Dallas: Close Encounters Angelica's flirtations arouse Jack's curiosity; Donna takes a bad fall at a rodeo; Patricia instructs Sue Ellen to stay away from Dusty; J.R. asks Jack to work for Ewing Oil. ~ TV Guide, All Movie Guide Dallas: Quandary J.R. hopes to squeeze Pam out of Ewing Oil; Ray is deeply affected by an encounter with a child who has Down syndrome; Dusty claims he's back in Dallas for good. ~ TV Guide, All Movie Guide Dallas: The Winds of Change At the Oil Baron's Ball, Pam's announcement may affect the future of Ewing Oil. Meanwhile, Donna and Ray get some agonizing news; and J.R. vows to start over on his own. ~ TV Guide, All Movie Guide Dallas: Mothers Mark explains why he reentered Pam's life; Sue Ellen's mother arrives to straighten out her daughter's life; Jack admits his attraction to Jenna; and Pam makes a decision about her son's shares in Ewing Oil. ~ TV Guide, All Movie Guide Dallas: Saving Grace Jeremy Wendell's offer tempts Miss Ellie, but J.R. urges his partners not to sell to an outsider; Dusty refuses to abandon Sue Ellen, who's been institutionalized; a stranger shadows Pam. ~ TV Guide, All Movie Guide Dallas: Resurrection No synopsis available. Dallas: Those Eyes Sue Ellen is found in a police-station drunk tank; J.R. plots to keep Pam out of Ewing Oil, while Jeremy Wendell (William Smithers) plans his own strategy for Ewing Oil; and J.R. locks horns with Dusty. ~ TV Guide, All Movie Guide Dallas: Rock Bottom The Ewings gather for the reading of Bobby's will; J.R.'s rejection sends Sue Ellen on the skids; Cliff offers to help Pam oversee Christopher's inheritance; and J.R. involves himself with Mandy (Deborah Shelton). ~ TV Guide, All Movie Guide Dallas: The Family Ewing The Ewings mourn the loss of Bobby, and Pam blames herself for his death. Meanwhile, Dusty admits his love for Sue Ellen; Miss Ellie welcomes Gary (Ted Shackelford) to Southfork. ~ TV Guide, All Movie Guide Dallas: Suffer the Little Children Sue Ellen's fight for custody of John Ross brings threats from J.R.; Ray tries to comfort Donna; J.R. means to learn more about Angelica and Dimitri Marinos; Cliff reconciles with Jamie and Pam. ~ TV Guide, All Movie Guide Dallas: Swan Song The 90-minute seventh season finale finds tragedy looming as Sue Ellen's drinking problem gets more out of control, and Bobby gets caught up in a love-triangle. ~ Matthew Tobey, All Movie Guide Dallas: Deliverance While J.R. goads Cliff into taking legal action, Bobby attempts to coerce a confession from a killer. ~ Matthew Tobey, All Movie Guide Dallas: Deeds and Misdeeds With Sue Ellen hitting the bottle again, J.R. becomes hopeful that their marriage will soon end. Meanwhile, Cliff and Jamie tie the knot. ~ Matthew Tobey, All Movie Guide Dallas: Bail Out When Jenna is released on bail, Bobby reveals his feelings for her remain. Meanwhile, Mandy confronts J.R. ~ Matthew Tobey, All Movie Guide Dallas: Legacy of Hate Realizing their common interests, Cliff, Jaime and Pam team up. Meanwhile, Mandy has misgivings about her recent activities. ~ Matthew Tobey, All Movie Guide Dallas: Blast From the Past Pam and Mark prepare to marry---and a man who looks like Bobby (played by Patrick Duffy) turns up. Meanwhile, J.R.'s plan to outwit Angelica may come too late to save his life and Jack's, and may also jeopardize Sue Ellen. ~ TV Guide, All Movie Guide Dallas: Twenty-Four Hours The search for Jack becomes a matter of life and death; Jenna blames herself for Jamie's condition; Pam comes up with an alternative when J.R. refuses to continue backing Matt; Donna decides to work with handicapped children. ~ TV Guide, All Movie Guide Dallas: Blame it on Bogota Pam and Cliff are lured into investing in a worthless mine; Angelica resents having to share her profits with J.R.; Sue Ellen enjoys the company of Dr. Kenderson (Barry Jenner); J.R. learns of Miss Ellie's indebtedness. ~ TV Guide, All Movie Guide Dallas: J.R. Rising J.R. moves to buy back shares of the Marinos deal; Ray's criminal record may impede the adoption; Kenderson gives Sue Ellen an ultimatum; Matt makes a valuable discovery in Colombia; Angelica returns to the U.S. seeking revenge. ~ TV Guide, All Movie Guide Dallas: Serendipity Cliff and the cartel suspect a setup in the Marinos deal; Angelica is taken into police custody; Donna and Ray invite Tony to Southfork; J.R. promises to maintain a truce in the Barnes-Ewing feud; Sue Ellen breaks off with Kenderson. ~ TV Guide, All Movie Guide Dallas: Nothing's Ever Perfect J.R. breaks off with Mandy to pursue Sue Ellen; Ray and Donna decide to adopt Tony (Solomon Smaniotto); Pam has reservations about selling Bobby's legacy; Angelica plots revenge against J.R. and Jack. ~ TV Guide, All Movie Guide Dallas: Just Desserts In Martinique, a search is launched for Angelica; Grace ends her romance with Jack. Meanwhile, Jenna announces she's leaving Southfork; Donna and Ray consider adoption; Pam makes a decision about Christopher's share of Ewing Oil. ~ TV Guide, All Movie Guide Dallas: Masquerade Jack makes up with Grace and is introduced as Dimitri Marinos at the masquerade ball; Garrett and J.R. begin to suspect Angelica, who grows distrustful of Grace; Pam considers leaving Ewing Oil. ~ TV Guide, All Movie Guide Dallas: Sitting Ducks Pam returns from Colombia and defends her performance at Ewing Oil; J.R. heads for Martinique and reveals the plan to Jack ; Ray takes an interest in a hearing-impaired child; news of Lucy's wedding disturbs Jenna. ~ TV Guide, All Movie Guide Dallas: Overture Matt comes close to confessing that J.R. was behind the Colombian trip; Kenderson realizes J.R. wants Sue Ellen back, while J.R. plots to undo his rival; Grace struggles with her feelings for Jack; Jenna pleads for help. ~ TV Guide, All Movie Guide Dallas: Dire Straits In Colombia, Mark, Cliff and Matt await instructions from Pam's abductors; Jack wonders why the oil conference is so important to Angelica; J.R. thinks he has solved the mystery of Dimitri Marinos; Donna tells Jenna to seek professional help. ~ TV Guide, All Movie Guide Dallas: Missing J.R. raises a search party at the ambushed campsite in Colombia; Cliff and Mark blame Matt (for Pam's misfortune; Mandy refuses to continue spying on J.R. for Cliff; Grace (Merete Van Kamp) seduces Jack. ~ TV Guide, All Movie Guide Dallas: Shadow Games Matt and Pam journey to the mine in Colombia; J.R. draws the cartel into the Marinos deal; Jenna is increasingly distracted by Bobby's death; Nicholas (George Chakiris) brings news that threatens the Martinique scheme. ~ TV Guide, All Movie Guide Dallas: Return to Camelot, Part 1 Pam awakens from a fitful dream only to discover Bobby in her life again; the price of oil plummets; J.R. finds grounds for divorce; Cliff rallies independent oil producers. ~ TV Guide, All Movie Guide Dallas: Return to Camelot, Part 2 J.R. urges Donna to lead the independent oil lobby, and at Southfork he tells Jenna to stick around in case plans change for Bobby and Pam; an explosion shuts down a Ewing oil field; Ray welcomes a new ranch foreman Wes Parmalee (Steve Forrest). ~ TV Guide, All Movie Guide Dallas: Pari Per Sue To embarrass J.R., Sue Ellen goes into business manufacturing erotic clothing; Cliff goes after Jack's Ewing Oil interests; friction develops between Miss Ellie and Clayton after she meets with Wes Parmalee; Donna's Washington work further separates her from Ray. ~ TV Guide, All Movie Guide Dallas: Once and Future King Miss Ellie's discovery at Wes Parmalee's bunkhouse brings on disbelief and fear; J.R. schemes to save the ailing oil industry, while Sue Ellen's plan to embarrass him takes effect; Pam makes a key decision in her life; Charlie rebels at home. ~ TV Guide, All Movie Guide Dallas: Enigma Miss Ellie orders Wes off Southfork, but can't bring herself to reveal his claims to anyone but Punk; Ray looks for answers after tracking down Wes; J.R. learns that Sue Ellen had him and Mandy followed; Sue Ellen employs a pinup girl in her new business. ~ TV Guide, All Movie Guide Dallas: Trompe l'Oeil Miss Ellie stuns the family with news of Wes's claims; Pam plans her wedding; Sue Ellen's efforts to destroy J.R. and Mandy's affair prove successful; B.D. Calhoun (Hunter von Leer) convinces J.R. that oil prices will rise; Jack's scheming ex-wife (Sheree J. Wilson) comes to Dallas. ~ TV Guide, All Movie Guide Dallas: Territorial Imperative J.R. and Bobby investigate Parmalee, whose claims could change the control of Ewing Oil; Sue Ellen's advertising campaign for Valentine's Girl is a success; Jenna fears she may be developing an ulcer; Cliff meets Jack's ex-wife. ~ TV Guide, All Movie Guide Dallas: The Second Time Around On Pam and Bobby's wedding day, Ray unleashes his anger at Bobby; Wes refuses to leave Southfork until Miss Ellie agrees to a later meeting. Meanwhile, Cliff arrives with April on his arm. ~ TV Guide, All Movie Guide Dallas: Bells Are Ringing Bobby and Pam face a decision about their marriage; Ewing Oil's credit line is frozen after the bank learns that Wes may in fact be Jock; Miss Ellie has a secret meeting with Wes; April schemes with Cliff against Jack. ~ TV Guide, All Movie Guide Dallas: Who's Who at the Oil Baron's Ball? The ghost of Jock Ewing haunts Clayton as he asks Miss Ellie if she believes Wes's claims; Sue Ellen strikes a deal with a Hollywood producer; April gets an interesting proposal from J.R.. ~ TV Guide, All Movie Guide Dallas: Proof Positive Wes is pressured into taking a lie-detector test to prove he's Jock Ewing; April hopes to cash in on her former marriage to Jack; Pam's proposition upsets Jenna; Jamie reaches a decision. ~ TV Guide, All Movie Guide Dallas: Something Old, Something New Bobby decides to retrace his father's accident in South America; Miss Ellie reluctantly meets Wes for dinner; J.R. tries to bow out of his scheme with B.D. Calhoun (Hunter von Leer); Mandy (Deborah Shelton) learns the identity of her benefactor. ~ TV Guide, All Movie Guide Dallas: Bar-B-Cued Bobby returns with evidence from South America, but it's Miss Ellie who is given the truth from an unexpected guest; J.R. gets reassuring news about B.D. Calhoun and the Middle East; and Donna meets an influential senator (Jim McMullan). ~ TV Guide, All Movie Guide Dallas: The Fire Next Time Clayton goes on a manhunt; Donna returns to Dallas to settle her marriage; J.R. believes the Middle East situation is at rest; and Cliff is tempted by Jeremy Wendell's devious business proposition. ~ TV Guide, All Movie Guide Dallas: Hello, Goodbye, Hello J.R. is forced to pass up a lucrative deal; Sue Ellen moves back into J.R.'s bedroom; Clayton grows suspicious of Ben; Ray's Aunt Lil (Kate Reid) testifies at the adoption hearing; Angelica has some documents forged; Mandy attempts to entice J.R.; an enemy stalks J.R. ~ TV Guide, All Movie Guide Dallas: Thrice in a Lifetime J.R. makes a hefty promise to win back Sue Ellen; an older cowboy (Steve Forrest) is hired on at Southfork; Tony's decision thrills Donna and Ray; guests receive invitations to Pam and Mark's wedding; the oil glut puts J.R. in financial trouble. ~ TV Guide, All Movie Guide Dallas: The Deadly Game Jamie's condition remains critical; J.R. has second thoughts about Angelica after verifying Jack's parentage; Clayton gets the promise of financial relief; Marilee Stone (Fern Fitzgerald) buys into the Marinos deal; Pam plans a visit to the Colombian emerald mine. ~ TV Guide, All Movie Guide Dallas: The Missing Link J.R. accuses Pam of informing Cliff about his equipment scheme; Sue Ellen starts a new job; Pam meets Matt Cantrell (Marc Singer), an associate Bobby subsidized in an emerald-mining operation; Ellie learns of Clayton's financial troubles. ~ TV Guide, All Movie Guide Dallas: Fall of the House of Ewing Another tragedy shatters Pam and Bobby's happiness; J.R. fights for his life amid the impending loss of Ewing Oil; and a confrontation erupts between Sue Ellen and Mandy. ~ TV Guide, All Movie Guide Dallas: Ruthless People Jeremy Wendell finds ammunition for revenge in a newspaper article implicating the Ewings in terrorist activities; Mandy returns as the Valentine Girl; Ray goes to Washington for the birth of his child. ~ TV Guide, All Movie Guide Dallas: High Noon for Calhoun J.R. and Bobby take their families to California to escape B.D. Calhoun, but J.R. has a showdown with the terrorist; crime doesn't pay for April; Cliff becomes embroiled in a risky deal; Senator Dowling entertains Donna. ~ TV Guide, All Movie Guide Dallas: War and Peace A court battle over Ewing Oil brings a stunning decision---and pandemonium; Sue Ellen considers bringing Mandy back to Valentine's; Charlie brings both joy and anxiety to Ray's household; and Donna goes into labor. ~ TV Guide, All Movie Guide Dallas: After the Fall: Digger Redux Cliff befriends a drunk who reminds him of his late father; investment banker Nicholas Pearce (Jack Scalia) offers to help Sue Ellen with her lingerie business; obstacles interfere with J.R.'s quest to regain power in the oil industry; Clayton's excessive activity concerns Miss Ellie. ~ TV Guide, All Movie Guide Dallas: After the Fall: Ewing Rise The Ewing clan awaits news of Pam's fate. ~ TV Guide, All Movie Guide Dallas: So Shall Ye Reap Cliff reconsiders Jeremy Wendell's proposition; April has a fortuitous meeting with Wendell; J.R. takes steps to rid himself of B.D. Calhoun; and Jenna decides to sever ties to Bobby. ~ TV Guide, All Movie Guide Dallas: Tick, Tock B.D. Calhoun makes contact with an unsuspecting Sue Ellen; Ray tries to bury himself in his work with Clayton in the horse-cutting business; Pam's behavior toward Christopher worries Bobby; Wendell plans to ruin Ewing Oil. ~ TV Guide, All Movie Guide Dallas: Night Visitor J.R. has anxieties about B.D. Calhoun and Bobby has suspicions about J.R., who's become overly concerned about the company security system; Ray puts his friendship with Jenna on hold to pursue the custody fight for his unborn child, but Donna is unexpectedly rushed to a Washington hospital. ~ TV Guide, All Movie Guide Dallas: A Death in the Family Bad news from California raises the question of who owns that 10 percent of Ewing Oil; J.R. and April quietly search for Jack; Sue Ellen closes her lingerie operation in Los Angeles and renews her love for J.R.; and Christopher and John Ross play a deadly game. ~ TV Guide, All Movie Guide Dallas: Revenge of the Nerd Cliff drops a bombshell on the Ewing brothers; April seeks comfort from the men in her life; the custody battle concludes, with some painful decision-making by Ray; the Calhoun affair continues to haunt J.R. ~ TV Guide, All Movie Guide Dallas: The Ten Percent Solution J.R. schemes to frame Cliff for Jamie's death; Cliff desperately tries to raise money to pay back Jeremy Wendell; Donna snubs the persistent Senator Dowling; and the widow of a former Ewing employee plots revenge. ~ TV Guide, All Movie Guide Dallas: Some Good, Some Bad A visitor aids Bobby and J.R. in their quest for the 10 percent of Ewing Oil; Pam learns of Cliff's sly business deals; Ray and Jenna reach an understanding; a surprise awaits Bobby at Ray's. ~ TV Guide, All Movie Guide Dallas: Mummy's Revenge Clayton undergoes surgery; Cryder's wife becomes the subject of a secret investigation by J.R.; Ray confides in Charlie (Shalane McCall) concerning his proposal to Jenna; and Sue Ellen rejects April as a business partner. ~ TV Guide, All Movie Guide Dallas: Daddy's Little Darlin' Bobby braces for a custody battle; J.R. plans to teach Casey a lesson while hoping to strike a deal with Kimberly's father; Clayton (Howard Keel) becomes intrigued by the model in a painting; Ray gives Charlie's boyfriend a stern warning. ~ TV Guide, All Movie Guide Dallas: Brother, Can You Spare a Child? Bobby seeks legal counsel to fight Lisa; Sue Ellen arranges a dinner with the Cryders (Leigh Taylor-Young, John Calvin); Casey makes plans against J.R.; Ray and Jenna surprise Charlie and her boyfriend; Miss Ellie plans philanthropic endeavors without Clayton. ~ TV Guide, All Movie Guide Dallas: Brothers and Sons Ray and Jenna get married; Christopher learns the identity of Lucas's father; Cliff and Dandy receive unbelievable news; April's investigation of Nicholas meets strong resistance; and Lisa's relationship with Christopher may destroy Bobby. ~ TV Guide, All Movie Guide Dallas: Lovers and Other Liars When Cliff shuts down the rig, Dandy holds oil workers hostage; J.R. pursues Kimberly (Leigh Taylor-Young); Sue Ellen learns of J.R.'s philandering; Ray asks for Bobby's blessing for his forthcoming marriage; Lisa gives Christopher a ride home from school. ~ TV Guide, All Movie Guide Dallas: Bedtime Stories Ray and Jenna share their news with the Ewings; Bobby severs ties with Lisa; J.R. woos Kimberly despite renewed happiness in his marriage; Cliff shuts down Dandy's drilling project. ~ TV Guide, All Movie Guide Dallas: Hustling J.R. conveniently "bumps into" Cryder's wife Kimberly (Leigh Taylor-Young); April plunges into an investigation of Nicholas Pearce; Casey secretly entertains potential members of a new cartel; and Jenna comes to a decision about Ray's proposal. ~ TV Guide, All Movie Guide Dallas: Last Tango in Dallas Bobby hears news regarding Pam as he and Christopher (Joshua Harris) befriend an ice skater; J.R. gets valuable inside information about Weststar; Cliff drills for oil on land he knows is dry; Nicholas tries to lure April into his financial web; and Jenna ponders a serious question from Ray. ~ TV Guide, All Movie Guide Dallas: Tough Love Bobby meets a mysterious woman (Amy Stock) while trying to restore order to his life; J.R. double-crosses an old friend; Casey does business with Marilee Stone (Fern Fitzgerald); and Sue Ellen meets with a familiar investor. ~ TV Guide, All Movie Guide Dallas: The Lady Vanishes Bobby and Cliff search for Pam; J.R. welcomes a woman from his past, plus good news from Casey; and Jenna reevaluates her feelings for Ray. ~ TV Guide, All Movie Guide Dallas: Gone With the Wind Bobby is hit with more bad news as he enters Pam's hospital room; J.R. urges Casey Denault (Andrew Stevens) into underhanded action; Nicholas Pearce accompanies Sue Ellen on a business trip; Cliff searches for Dandy (Bert Remsen); and Ray arranges for Bobby to meet his son. ~ TV Guide, All Movie Guide Dallas: The Son Also Rises The Ewings are in turmoil after a veiled figure enters Pam's hospital room and Christopher (Joshua Harris) disappears from the ranch; J.R. finds a potentially advantageous partner in Casey Denault (Andrew Stevens); Ray and Charlie reach an understanding. ~ TV Guide, All Movie Guide Dallas: Cat and Mouse B.D. Calhoun continues to terrorize J.R., who tells Bobby the reason for his; Sue Ellen fails to come home one evening; Ray flies to Washington; and Cliff provides Wendell with information. ~ TV Guide, All Movie Guide Dallas: Olio J.R. may face legal troubles for his involvement with B.D. Calhoun; Bobby takes the reins at Ewing Oil, but J.R. continues to do the dirty work---through April; and Pam and Cliff feud over Pam's loyalties. ~ TV Guide, All Movie Guide Dallas: The Dark at the End of the Tunnel The Southfork families are in turmoil over news from Washington; J.R.'s underhanded business tactics prompt Bobby, Ray and Miss Ellie to turn over their shares of Ewing Oil; Sue Ellen tests J.R.'s loyalties; April retaliates for past humiliations; and Pam finally confronts Jenna. ~ TV Guide, All Movie Guide Dallas: Two-Fifty J.R. defends himself and the company against Justice Department charges as Miss Ellie worries about the fate of Clayton and Ewing Oil; Mandy reveals the reason for her return; Wendell continues to rally against the Ewings. ~ TV Guide, All Movie Guide Dallas: It's Me Again J.R. demands a show of faith from Kimberly; Jenna reveals hidden feelings for Bobby; Clayton meets the model (Annabel Schofield) in his new painting; Ray catches Charlie and Randy in a compromising situation. ~ TV Guide, All Movie Guide Dallas: Brotherly Love Bobby plots to regain the name of Ewing Oil; the relationship between Sue Ellen and Nicholas heats up; Casey begins dating Sly (Deborah Rennard); J.R. sends Lisa packing and blackmails April; and Miss Ellie is comforted by Clayton. ~ TV Guide, All Movie Guide Dallas: Farlow's Follies Miss Ellie retreats into a drunken rage after seeing Clayton with Laurel; Kimberly and J.R.'s scheme backfires; April reveals a potentially dangerous confession to Bobby. ~ TV Guide, All Movie Guide Dallas: Crime Story April's mischievous undertaking gets her in trouble with thugs; Nicholas's behavior puzzles Sue Ellen; J.R. influences Cliff to hang on to his Weststar shares; Bobby's business relationship with Kay Lloyd (Karen Kopins) turns pleasurable; an ex-lover pleads with Laurel to return to London. ~ TV Guide, All Movie Guide Dallas: War and Love and the Whole Damned Thing No synopsis available. Dallas: Road Work No synopsis available. Dallas: Out of the Frying Pan No synopsis available. Dallas: The Call of the Wild No synopsis available. Dallas: No Greater Love No synopsis available. Dallas: Carousel No synopsis available. Dallas: The Fat Lady Singeth J.R. wages war against Bobby, Sue Ellen and Nicholas; Lucy meets the calculating Casey Denault ; Ray and Jenna make a decision about their future; and Cliff learns startling news about Pam. ~ TV Guide, All Movie Guide Dallas: Things Ain't Goin' So Good at Southfork, Again Lucy Ewing-Cooper returns to Southfork; Jenna returns to an empty house; Sue Ellen attempts to regain custody of John Ross; and J.R. schemes against Wendell. ~ TV Guide, All Movie Guide Dallas: Pillow Talk J.R. threatens that Sue Ellen will never see her son again; Miss Ellie comes to a decision over Clayton's involvement at Southfork; Bobby and Kay build a meaningful relationship; Ray tries to shake loose from Connie; and Cliff offers his gas line to Wendell. ~ TV Guide, All Movie Guide Dallas: Top Gun J.R. prepares to assume control of Weststar; Sue Ellen learns Nicholas's whereabouts; Clayton learns of J.R.'s sexual blackmail plot; Bobby plays second fiddle to Kay's career; and Connie plays a practical joke on Ray. ~ TV Guide, All Movie Guide Dallas: Last of the Good Guys J.R. finds evidence that could clear Clayton of the murder; Kimberly recruits an unlikely ally in her fight against J.R.; Ray dines with Connie (Michele Scarabelli). ~ TV Guide, All Movie Guide Dallas: Never Say Never Clayton's arrest gives J.R. an opportunity to manipulate Laurel; Kay introduces Bobby to Sen. O'Dell; Kimberly and Dr. Styles appeal to Cliff for help; Ray gets an unexpected visitor; Miss Ellie and Clayton face the prying eyes of Dallas. ~ TV Guide, All Movie Guide Dallas: Dead Reckoning Miss Ellie learns of Clayton and Laurel's tryst; Bobby's romance with Kay blossoms; Ray helps a damsel in distress; and Casey meets another of J.R.'s victims -- Cliff. ~ TV Guide, All Movie Guide Dallas: To Have and to Hold Thugs pressure April into revealing Nicholas's identity; J.R. prepares to fight Dr. Styles, but Kimberly fears for her father's failing health; Miss Ellie gives Clayton a piece of her mind; Cliff calms his frazzled nerves with drugs; Ray and Jenna deal with Charlie's irresponsibility. ~ TV Guide, All Movie Guide Dallas: Showdown at the Ewing Corral No synopsis available. Dallas: Malice in Dallas Christopher's long-awaited custody trial pits Lisa (Amy Stock) against Bobby; J.R. takes the heat for his involvement with Lisa; April's snooping reveals Nicholas's true identity; a troubled Miss Ellie flees Southfork; a friend urges Laurel to take advantage of Clayton's assets. ~ TV Guide, All Movie Guide Dallas: The Best Laid Plans J.R. and Kimberly concoct a surprise for Sue Ellen; Lisa's disappearance may cancel the trial; Laurel is tracked down by a man from her past; Miss Ellie gets the shock of her life; and Charlie seeks help from Bobby. ~ TV Guide, All Movie Guide Dallas: Anniversary Waltz Bobby suspects who is behind Lisa's custody battle; J.R. faces competition to regain Ewing; April ignores warnings about Nicholas; and Clayton forgets his wedding anniversary. ~ TV Guide, All Movie Guide Dallas: Marriage on the Rocks Sue Ellen mixes business with pleasure in her liaison with Nicholas; J.R. corners Cliff in his plan to take over Weststar; Ray breaks the ice with Charlie; Clayton lunches with Laurel. ~ TV Guide, All Movie Guide Dallas: Deception No synopsis available. Dallas: The Switch No synopsis available. Dallas: Comings and Goings No synopsis available. Dallas: Reel Life No synopsis available. Dallas: Mission to Moscow No synopsis available. Dallas: The Great Texas Waltz No synopsis available. Dallas: The Sound of Money No synopsis available. Dallas: Yellow Brick Road No synopsis available. Dallas: And Away We Go! No synopsis available. Dallas: April Showers No synopsis available. Dallas: Three Hundred No synopsis available. Dallas: The Serpent's Tooth No synopsis available. Dallas: The Way We Were No synopsis available. Dallas: Wedding Bell Blues No synopsis available. Dallas: Country Girl No synopsis available. Dallas: He-e-ere's Papa! No synopsis available. Dallas: The Two Mrs. Ewings No synopsis available. Dallas: Counter Attack No synopsis available. Dallas: The Sting No synopsis available.

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  • Taxi: The Final Season

    Type: Event | Date: Tuesday, Dec 22, 2009

    Includes:Taxi: Scenskees from a Marriage, Part 1 (1982) Taxi: Scenskees from a Marriage, Part 2 (1982) Taxi: Alex the Gofer (1982) Taxi: Jim's Inheritance (1982) Taxi: Elaine and the Monk (1982) Taxi: Crime and Punishment (1982) Taxi: Travels with My Dad (1982) Taxi: Get Me Through the Holidays (1982) Taxi: Zena's Honeymoon (1982) Taxi: The Shloogel Show (1982) Taxi: Louie's Revenge (1982) Taxi: Alex Goes Off the Wagon (1982) Taxi: Louie and the Blind Girl (1983) Taxi: Tony's Baby (1983) Taxi: Arnie Meets the Kids (1983) Taxi: Alex Gets Burned by an Old Flame (1983) Taxi: A Taxi Celebration, Part 1 (1983) Taxi: A Taxi Celebration, Part 2 (1983) Taxi: A Grand Gesture (1983) Taxi: Alex's Old Buddy (1983) Taxi: Louie Moves Uptown (1983) Taxi: Sugar Ray Nardo (1983) Taxi: Simka's Monthlies (1983) Taxi: Jim's Mario's (1983) Taxi: Scenskees from a Marriage, Part 1 In this first episode of a two-part story, a severe strain is placed upon the marriage of Latka (Andy Kaufman) and Simka (Carol Kane). It seems that, during a heavy winter storm, Latka is trapped in a cab with attractive female driver Cindy (Allyce Beasley). And when wife Simka (Carol Kane) discovers how her husband and his companion (who assumed that they would not survive the night) managed to "keep warm," Latka finds himself out in the cold. How can this marriage be saved? Well, it seems that there's this curious custom from the "old country"... ~ All Movie Guide Taxi: Scenskees from a Marriage, Part 2 In the conclusion of a two-part story, a snowstorm has left the marriage between Latka (Andy Kaufman) and Simka (Carol Kane) skating on thin ice. Still smoldering over the events that occurred when Latka and female cabbie Cindy were stuck in the same cab on a cold winter night, Simka wonders if she and her husband can ever patch things up again. There is no alternative but to turn to an old custom from the couple's native country -- which decrees that Simka must sleep with one of Latka's co-workers to even things out! ~ All Movie Guide Taxi: Alex the Gofer In need of extra money, Alex (Judd Hirsch) takes a second job as general factotum -- or "gofer" -- for a small theatrical troupe. The company's egotistical producer and director have no qualms about mistreating and humiliating Alex, but he seems to take it in stride; he'd always wanted to work in the theater, and this is his chance. Only when another cabbie alerts Alex to the fact that he's being played for a fool does the worm even consider turning -- thereby setting up the surprising conclusion of this episode. ~ All Movie Guide Taxi: Jim's Inheritance The chances of burned-out cabbie Reverend Jim (Christopher Lloyd) passing any sort of competency test is roughly equivalent to a snowball's chance of surviving in hell, but that's just what he must do in this episode. Upon learning that his late father has left him three-and-a-half million dollars in his will -- but with certain very rigid conditions: Jim must prove he is of sound mind, and fast! He must also dress and act like something resembling a normal human being, and for help in this matter he turns to the most "normal" people he knows: Alex (Judd Hirsch)...and Louie (Danny DeVito)? ~ All Movie Guide Taxi: Elaine and the Monk Former Fridays regular Mark Blankfield guest stars as Zifka, a monk who hails from the same foreign land as Latka (Andy Kaufman) and Simka (Carol Kane). Though bound to a lifelong vow of silence and sacrifice, Zifka is allowed one day every ten years to "cut loose" and indulge in all worldly pleasures.. This leads to an exhilarating night on the town for Zifka and Elaine (Marilu Henner) -- but will this 24-hour period of reckless abandon lead the merry monk to renounce his vows? ~ All Movie Guide Taxi: Crime and Punishment Allen Garfield (billed as Alan Goorwitz) guest stars as Mr. Rutledge, the owner of the Sunshine Cab Company. Upon learning that someone in the garage is stealing spare auto parts, he demands that the guilty party step forward. Since that party is light-fingered dispatcher Louie (Danny DeVito), who lacks the guts to own up to his own misdeeds, there is but one way out: Louie persuades assistant dispatcher Jeff (Thom Koutsoukos) to take the rap -- with jaw-dropping results. ~ All Movie Guide Taxi: Travels with My Dad Tony (Tony Danza) is apprehensive about his upcoming reunion with his father Angie (Donnelly Rhodes), a merchant seaman who was largely absent while his son was growing up; however, the meeting goes off quite well. In fact, Angie has magnanimously arranged for Tony to take a job aboard his ship, which is bound for Singapore. While Tony certainly could use a scenery change, is he prepared to forsake his friends and his lifestyle for the "call of the sea?" Cult-film favorite Dick Miller appears as Fergie. ~ All Movie Guide Taxi: Get Me Through the Holidays Louise Lasser makes a return appearance as Phyllis, the ex-wife of cabbie Alex Rieger (Judd Hirsch). Once again, Phyllis is lonely and miserable, and once again she turns to Alex for comfort and solace. This time, Phyllis' depression coincides with the Christmas season -- but even allowing for the spirit of "goodwill to men" (or women), will the taciturn Alex soften up and invite Phyllis to spend the holidays with him? As it turns out, Phyllis' "Christmas Present" is just what Alex has always wanted (but that doesn't mean there are any sentimental strings attached whatsoever!). ~ All Movie Guide Taxi: Zena's Honeymoon Rhea Perlman, real-life wife of Taxi co-star Danny DeVito, returns to the role of Zena Sherman. No one is more surprised -- or dismayed -- than Louie DePalma (DeVito) when his erstwhile girlfriend Zena shows up at the garage to announced that she is marrying someone else, especially since he'd convinced himself that she'd come crawling back to him after their last breakup. Never comfortable when swallowing pride or eating crow, Louie does not know how to react to this blow -- and there is worse in store! ~ All Movie Guide Taxi: The Shloogel Show Having made the big move from ABC to NBC, Taxi opens its fifth season with a "Shloogel." And what's a shloogel? Well, it's what newlyweds Latka (Andy Kaufman) and Simka (Carol Kane) call a "group blind date" back in their own country. And it's quite an experience for the folks at the Sunshine Cab Company, as Alex (Judd Hirsch) is paired up with a woman (Carlene Watkins) with whom he'd like to spend the rest of his life (or so he thinks); Tony is teamed with a "dream girl" who proves to be a nightmare (Anne de Salvo); Louie (Danny DeVito) finds out that his blind date (Murphy Cross) is genuinely blind; Elaine (Marilu Henner) is attracted to a gormless nerd (Wallace Shawn); and Reverend Jim (Christopher Lloyd) ends up with actress Marcia Wallace (as herself) -- and celebrates the occasion by singing his own special version of the Bob Newhart Show theme! Although the characters don't know it yet, this episode will prove to have a far-reaching influence on the rest of season five. ~ All Movie Guide Taxi: Louie's Revenge Andrea Marcovicci returns as Emily, the hard-drinking, self-flagellating woman who cruelly jilted Louie (Danny DeVito) in the fourth-season episode "Louie's Fling." Receiving a phone call, Louie discovers that the caller is Emily, who is in the throes of alcoholic desperation. A vengeful Louie schemes to take advantage of Emily's vulnerability in order to get even with her -- but things don't exactly work out that way! ~ All Movie Guide Taxi: Alex Goes Off the Wagon This episode reveals something only hinted at in previous seasons: Cabbie Alex Rieger (Judd Hirsch) is a compulsive gambler. Oh, he has managed to hide and suppress his "affliction" for years, but all this changes after an unusually lucky streak at an Atlantic City casino. Now convinced he is the highest of high rollers, and much against the advice of his fellow cabbies -- especially Jim (Christopher Lloyd), who has bankrolled him -- Alex hopes to fatten his wallet in a local dice game. ~ All Movie Guide Taxi: Louie and the Blind Girl Murphy Cross reprises her role as Judy, the blind girl whom Louie (Danny DeVito) dated in the earlier fifth-season episode "The Shloogel Show." The good news is that Judy is undergoing an operation to restore her sight. The bad news, so far as Louie is concerned, is that Judy is undergoing an operation to restore her sight. It's a situation right out of Charlie Chaplin: Will Judy still be as fond of Louie when she looks down and gazes upon his homely mug for the first time? ~ All Movie Guide Taxi: Tony's Baby Anne de Salvo reprises her role as Vicki, the "date from hell" foisted upon Tony (Tony Danza) in the earlier fifth-season episode "The Shloogel Show." Now Vicki has returned to Tony's life with some startling news: She is pregnant -- and guess who the father is? Making things even dicier, Tony has received this news on the very night that he is to box with a ranked contender -- and the last thing he needs at this moment is the sort of emotional baggage piled on by Vicki. Watch for a few sly references to the Rod Serling drama "Requiem For a Heavyweight," notably the presence in the cast of veteran character actor Keenan Wynn. ~ All Movie Guide Taxi: Arnie Meets the Kids Wallace Shawn of My Dinner With Andre fame reprises his role as Arnie Ross, the nerdish chap whom Elaine (Marilu Henner) dated in the earlier fifth-season episode "The Shloogel Show." Since that time, things have gotten somewhat serious between Elaine and Arnie -- so much so that she feels it is time that he meet her children, Jason (David Mendenhall) and Jennifer (Melanie Gaffin). Well, that's how Elaine feels; whether or not she will actually work up the courage to introduce the kids to Arnie and whether or not Arnie will sabotage his chance to win over the youngsters is another matter. ~ All Movie Guide Taxi: Alex Gets Burned by an Old Flame Cathie Shirriff guest stars as Diane, who during her hippie years lived in a commune with "Reverend" Jim (Christopher Lloyd). Though Jim is pretty much the same zonked-out person he was during the 1960s (maybe even more so), Diane has cleaned up her act and become a lawyer. So is there hope that Diane and Jim will be able to rekindle their relationship? Not so long as Alex (Judd Hirsch) remains enamored of the attractive attorney -- and not so long as Alex shoots off his big mouth at the wrong time. ~ All Movie Guide Taxi: A Taxi Celebration, Part 1 Halfway through its fifth and final season, Taxi briefly returned to its familiar Thursday-night berth for a "celebration" of the series' past 105 episodes. Highlights (mostly gleaned from the show's Emmy-winning episodes) include the brief tête-à-tête between Elaine (Marilu Henner) and a handsome passenger (Tom Selleck), Rev. Jim's (Christopher Lloyd) first day behind the wheel, Alex's (Judd Hirsch) blind date with overweight Angela Matusa (Suzanne Kent), and the tempestuous romance between Louie and Zena (played by real-life husband and wife Danny DeVito and Rhea Perlman). Originally telecast as a one-hour special, "A Taxi Celebration" has been reedited as two half-hour episodes for syndication. ~ All Movie Guide Taxi: A Taxi Celebration, Part 2 Halfway through its fifth and final season, Taxi briefly returned to its familiar Thursday-night berth for a "celebration" of the series' past 105 episodes. Highlights (mostly gleaned from the show's Emmy-winning episodes) include the tempestuous romance between Louie and Zena (played by real-life husband and wife Danny DeVito and Rhea Perlman), the uncomfortable meeting between macho Tony (Tony Danza) and the decidedly less-than-macho Kirk (John David Carson), and the grim "psychic" prognostications of Rev. Jim (Christopher Lloyd) which bode ill for Alex (Judd Hirsch). Originally telecast as a one-hour special, "A Taxi Celebration" has been re-edited as two half-hour episodes for syndication. ~ All Movie Guide Taxi: A Grand Gesture Once again, Jim (Christopher Lloyd) has been carried to extremes by his latest enthusiasm. In this instance, Jim is obsessed with notion that, in order to experience full happiness, one must be generous with those less fortunate than themselves. Thus, Jim hands each of his fellow cabbies 1000 dollars -- on the condition that they immediately give it away. Busy character actor Tracey Walter has a small role in this, the final Taxi episode filmed (though not the final one to be shown). ~ All Movie Guide Taxi: Alex's Old Buddy It looks as though Buddy, the old dog that has been the Rieger family's pet for all his 19 years, is headed for that Big Kennel in the Sky. The normally cool-headed Alex Rieger (Judd Hirsch) must make the decision to pack Buddy off for a final visit to the vet or to keep him at home and prolong his misery. Surprisingly, it is the abrasive and unlovable Louie DePalma (Danny DeVito) who proves to be the most sensitive and caring participant in this little drama of life. ~ All Movie Guide Taxi: Louie Moves Uptown Miracle of miracles! After years of being perfectly comfortable with his "gross and disgusting" self, Louie (Danny DeVito) is suddenly anxious to turn over a new leaf. The reason? He has the chance to move into a plush co-op apartment -- a chance bolstered by the 48,000-dollar down payment he has borrowed from cabbie Jim (Christopher Lloyd). There's only one hurdle standing in his way: Louie must be approved by the ultra-snooty Co-op Board, headed by the ever-so-particular Mrs. Bascombe (Gayle Hunnicutt). Danny DeVito's fellow comedian-director Penny Marshall makes an uproarious cameo appearance. ~ All Movie Guide Taxi: Sugar Ray Nardo Single mom Elaine (Marilu Henner) is having problems at home with her son Jason (David Mendenhall), who has just declared that he's "had it" with his oboe lessons. Sensing that a man's influence might help Jason get his head on straight, Elaine follows the advice offered her by Alex (Judd Hirsch) and agrees to let Jason sign on for the junior boxing program headed by Tony (Tony Danza). As it happens, however, Jason is possessed of a glass jaw -- and when he is flattened in his first bout, guess whom Elaine holds responsible? ~ All Movie Guide Taxi: Simka's Monthlies In the final episode of Taxi to be broadcast (though not the final one filmed), Latka (Andy Kaufman) is upset because his wife Simka (Carol Kane) continues to delay her interview with the immigration officials. It seems that each interview has fallen upon "that time of the month," when Simka suffers from what she calls the "crimpka poosh." Unfortunately, if she misses another meeting with the authorities, she will be sent back to the old country--and worse, she very well may invalidate her marriage to Latka. ~ All Movie Guide Taxi: Jim's Mario's For those unfamiliar with Taxi, it should be noted herein that the cabbie's favorite hangout is a joint called Mario's. Having undergone an acute attack of "entrepreneur fever," burned-out Reverend Jim (Christopher Lloyd) has convinced himself that he could run Mario's, and to that end he buys the establishment with some of his inheritance money. Alas, though the cabbies can always be found at Mario's, no one else ever comes to the place -- except for that undercover agent from the Liquor Authority. This episode was originally slated to air on April 27, 1983. ~ All Movie Guide

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    Requiem for a Dream [Blu-ray]

    Type: Event | Date: Monday, Aug 17, 2009

    Now on Blu-ray

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