Monday, April 15, 2013
Tonight on Dallas season finale: Who killed J.R?
J.R.'s master plan comes to fruition on the two-part finale.
What’s coming on tonight’s two-hour season finale of Dallas on TNT? Here’s what the powers-that-be at TNT have let be known, in a press release:
Dallas Season Finale Part 1: “Guilt By Association” – Monday, April 15, at 8 p.m.
When John Ross (Josh Henderson) and Pamela (Julie Gonzalo) make a shocking discovery about an enemy’s whereabouts the night J.R. (the late Larry Hagman) was killed, Bobby (Patrick Duffy) is compelled to reveal more of J.R.’s master plan to them and ask for their help in a surprising way. Meanwhile, Christopher (Jesse Metcalfe) heads out to search for his mother, but as an unexpected secret comes to light, a rift drives Christopher and Elena (Jordana Brewster) apart. At the same time, Sue Ellen (Linda Gray) makes an impassioned plea to convince Ken Richards (guest star Lee Majors) to do the right thing, even though it may have dire consequences for him. Directed by Jesse Bochco (yes, he’s the son of Steven Bochco) and written by Taylor Hamra.
Dallas Season Finale Part 2: “Legacies” – Monday, April 15, at 9 p.m.
In the electrifying second season finale, the Ewings unite to execute J.R.’s master plan. Twists and turns abound as each family member tries to ensure its success in ways that would make even a scoundrel like J.R. Ewing proud. When the shocking answer to the question “Who killed J.R.?” is finally revealed, the stage is deliciously set for new alliances and new battles to begin. (Does that mean they’re planning Season 3? We hope so, although no official statement on renewal or cancellation has come from TNT.) Directed by Steve Robin, written by Cynthia Cidre and Robert Rovner.
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