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1987
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Although Victoria Principal had left Dallas at the end of season ten, by the time the series' 11th season rolled around, Principal's character, Pamela Ewing, was still lingering about, swathed in bandages after being seriously injured in a car accident. As if to lead viewers to the conclusion that Pamela would suddenly make a complete recovery in the tradition of her husband Bobby Ewing's (Patrick Duffy) "return from the dead" at the outset of season ten, the ultimate fate of Pamela was left unresolved for several weeks -- and further complicated when the poor girl suddenly vanished from her hospital bed. Elsewhere, it appears as though ruthless oil tycoon J.R. Ewing will finally get his comeuppance when he loses control of Ewing Oil to his brother Bobby after proof of J.R.'s illegal maneuverings are made public. Setting up another oil firm, J.R. works hand and glove with Casey Denault (Andrew Stevens) to undercut Bobby and regain his power, which also involves our "hero" secretly buying up the stock of a rival firm, Westar Oil. At the same time, Casey has a brief fling with J.R.'s niece Lucy (welcome back, Charlene Tilton). In other developments, Bobby is tormented by Lisa Alden (Amy Stock), who claims to be the mother of his adopted son, Christopher. Meanwhile, Bobby's old flame Jenna Wade (Priscilla Presley) marries his half brother, Ray Krebbs (Steve Kanaly) -- a union that seems doomed from the start when Ray has a fling with a certain Connie Hall (Michelle Scarabelli). Newcomers to the cast include the aforementioned Andrew Stevens and Amy Stock, as well as Jack Scalia as banker Nicholas Pearce, who has an affair with J.R.'s estranged wife, Sue Ellen (Linda Gray), after helping her get her lingerie business off the ground -- and who turns out to have a hidden agenda that only April Stevens (Sheree J. Wilson) is fully aware of. Finally, this season marks the first appearances of recurring characters Harrison "Dandy" Dandridge (Bert Remsen) and Kay Lloyd (Karen Kopkins). In an echo of the celebrated "Who shot J.R.?" season finale of 1980, the 11th season of Dallas ends with another burst of gunfire -- and this time, it is Sue Ellen who is taking aim at J.R. ~ Hal Erickson, Rovi
Series Information
Dallas: Season 01
Release:
1978
Dallas begins its original five-week trial run as Bobby Ewing (Patrick...
Dallas: Season 02
Release:
1978
Having proven itself as a viewer magnet during its five-episode trial in...
Dallas: Season 03
Release:
1979
Steadily building up its viewership during its first few seasons, Dallas...
Dallas: Season 04
Release:
1980
" Who shot J.R. ?" Those were the words on the lips of Dallas fans...
Dallas: Season 05
Release:
1981
Having closed its fourth season with the unidentified body of a young woman...
Dallas: Season 06
Release:
1982
Season six of Dallas opens with the resolution of the cliffhanger that...
Dallas: Season 07
Release:
1983
The fire that trapped J.R. Ewing (Larry Hagman), his wife, Sue Ellen (Linda...
Dallas: Season 08
Release:
1984
As season eight of Dallas gets under way, Bobby Ewing (Patrick Duffy)...
Dallas: Season 09
Release:
1985
The infamous ninth season of Dallas begins with Pamela Ewing (Victoria...
Dallas: Season 10
Release:
1986
At the tail end of Dallas' ninth season, Pamela Ewing (Victoria Principal)...
Dallas: Season 11
Release:
1987
Although Victoria Principal had left Dallas at the end of season ten, by...
Dallas: Season 12
Release:
1988
Having avoided getting shot by his frustrated wife, Sue Ellen (Linda Gray),...
Dallas: Season 13
Release:
1989
As Dallas enters its 13th season on the air, only actors Larry Hagman and...
Dallas: Season 14
Release:
1990
The 14th and final season of Dallas finds ruthless oil executive J.R. Ewing...
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