Wednesday, January 30, 2013
Pamela Rebecca Barnes Ewing lives it up on Museum Tower’s 19th floor in Dallas
Will that unit's price tag get a boost now that it's been on national TV?
Remember when I told you the 19th floor of Museum Tower was recently divinely decorated by Marco French and Allan Knight to be debuted in the first Dallas episode of the year on January 28? The rooms were also debuted in Modern Luxury Dallas' HOME Magazine, January issue.
Well, didja catch a glimpse Monday night?
Turns out it is the diva den of Pamela Rebecca Sutter Barnes Ewing, Sutter being her fake last name. Rebecca is Cliff Barnes’ daughter, only she revealed January 28 that she was also named after her aunt, Pamela Barnes Ewing, who was married to Bobby and played by the gorgeous Victoria Principal. Pamela-Rebecca (played by Julie Gonzalo) even looks a little like Principal. Well, though Pamela-Rebecca is pregnant with Ewing twins, Museum Tower still managed to be the place where she had some hot, heavy action with John Ross up there on floor 19.
I fully expect the folks at Museum Tower to put a premium price on that unit now that some star action has taken place up there. I hear we will see a lot more of Museum Tower in future Dallas episodes.
As I told you, the Dallas producers toured all three of the designer units and loved Marco’s the best. They created a dramatic home for Pamela-Rebecca where she could watch over her kingdom, Dallas.
Actually, this may give us a solution to the Museum Tower-Nasher glare problem. If Cliff Barnes is involved, you know there was some conniving. I bet Barnes is behind this whole glare battle. We know how Barnes operates: he changed the chemistry on the MT glass because he’s trying to burn the Nasher out of it’s home. You guessed it: there’s oil there under the Sculpture Garden, he knows it, and Barnes to get his thick paws all over it.
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