Dallas (Classic Series), Season 10Closed Captioning
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This season is missing episodes due to quality issues. Is this the end of Ewing Oil? Celebrating a decade of decadence, deception, money and manipulation, the tenth season sizzles with intrigue. To open, J.R. spreads his venom far from the fields of Southfork as he throws big bucks at an unhinged mercenary eager to incinerate Saudi oil fields. When the Feds get wind of the plot, they lean on J.R. until he squeals like a prize Texas hog. Now, the mercenary terrorist decides the world would be a better place with J.R. in it. Closer to home, there’s another troublemaker stirring things up in Texas – a leather-tough, white-haired ranch hand with Jock’s letters, belt buckle, buck knife…and memories. Is it possible that Jock survived that copter crash all those years ago? Could there be even more underhanded, over-the-top drama this season. You can bet your boots there is!
|1||Closed CaptioningVideoReturn to Camelot, Pt. 1||Bobby is alive and touches the lives of the Ewings, Farlows, Krebbs, and Barnes in Part 1 of the new season premiere.||47:46||$0.99||View in iTunes|
|2||Closed CaptioningVideoReturn to Camelot, Pt. 2||Bobby is alive and touches the lives of the Ewings, Farlows, Krebbs, and Barnes in Part 2 of the new season premiere.||47:47||$0.99||View in iTunes|
|3||Closed CaptioningVideoPari Per Sue||Family disturbances again are rife at Southfork as Sue Ellen begins her campaign to even the score with her husband J.R. Ewing. Sue Ellen decides to embarrass J.R. by going into business as a manufacturer of erotic women's clothing. Cliff Barnes grows closer to Jack Ewing, trying to gain control of Jack's interest in Ewing Oil. Donna Krebbs bcomes more occupied with her Washington lobby work, adding to the rift in her relationship with Ray.||47:46||$0.99||View in iTunes|
|4||Closed CaptioningVideoOnce and Future King||Miss Ellie is shocked when her suspicions about Wes Parmelee seem to be valid. Irresistibly drawn to Paramelee's bunkhouse, Miss Ellie makes a shattering discovery and her apprehensions about the mysterious ranch hand turn to disbelief, dread, and fear. J.R. finds himself fighting on two fronts: Sue Ellen's campaign against him gathers momentum, causing him to lose his temper and patience as he must make his own plans to save the ailing oil industry.||47:46||$0.99||View in iTunes|
|5||Closed CaptioningVideoEnigma||Deeply troubled, Miss Ellie orders the mysterious Wes Parmalee to leave Southfork, rejecting his disturbing claims. Furious with Sue Ellen for having him and Mandy followed, J.R. offers her a divorce but unwittingly, he and Mandy fall deeper into Sue Ellen's trap. J.R. and Bobby are shocked when their request for a mult-million dollar loan is rejected by the Cattlemen's Bank.||47:51||$0.99||View in iTunes|
|6||Closed CaptioningVideoTrompe L'Oeil||The Southfork families are stunned as Miss Ellie reveals Wes Parmalee's claims. J.R. and Bobby are convinced that Parmalee's claims are false until he pays them a surprise visit at Ewing Oil. Sue Ellen's campaign to get even with J.R. and to put an end to his affair with Mandy proves more successful than she could have hoped. Bobby and J.R. start their business expansion plans and J.R.'s meeting with the mercenary B.D. Calhoun leaves him confident that oil prices with rise again.||47:49||$0.99||View in iTunes|
|8||Closed CaptioningVideoThe Second Time Around||Bobby and Pam's wedding day bliss at Southfork is shattered when Ray Krebbs lashes out at their happiness. Depressed from an earlier argument with Donna, Ray enviously berates Bobby, which Pam overhears. J.R. uses the outburst to make a last ditch effort to get Jenna to the wedding. Wes Parmalee shows up and refuses to leave until Miss Ellie agrees to a later meeting and Jamie attends with Jack and is shocked when Cliff arrives with Jack's ex-wife on his arm.||47:51||$0.99||View in iTunes|
|12||Closed CaptioningVideoSomething Old, Something New||Bobby leaves for South America in search of information to disprove Parmalee's claims, with evidence mounting that he really is Jock. The grim duty of retracing the route to Jock's accident faces Bobby in South America. J.R. pressures a confused Miss Ellie to declare Parmalee a fraud. Sue Ellen cashes in on her plot to get back at J.R. and Mandy learns who the benefactor behind her good fortune has been.||47:18||$0.99||View in iTunes|
|14||Closed CaptioningVideoThe Fire Next Time||An angry Clayton goes on a manhunt and Miss Ellie seeks the aid of her sons in calming her furious husband. J.R., confident that the Middle East situation is at rest, learns some frightening news concerning B.D. Calhoun. Donna returns to Dallas with a decision about her marriage to Ray. Jeremy Wendell approaches Cliff with a devious business proposition.||47:19||$0.99||View in iTunes|
|15||Closed CaptioningVideoSo Shall Ye Reap||Threatened by B.D. Calhoun's menacing presence, J.R. takes the necessary steps to rid himself of the mercenary. Pam's suspicious investigation into some of Cliff's business deals prompts him to reconsider Jeremy Wendell's proposition while April Stevens eyes a fortuitous opportunity when she "accidentally" runs into Wendell. Jenna attempts to sever more ties with Bobby while her pregnancy continues to put a strain on Bobby and Pam's marriage.||47:19||$0.99||View in iTunes|
|16||Closed CaptioningVideoTick, Tock||Sue Ellen is unsuspecting when B.D. Calhoun, whom she knows as Peter Duncan, makes contact with her in his vendetta against J.R. Calhoun "accidentally" bumps into Sue Ellen and Pam. Ray feels the frustration of losing his wife and their expected child. He and Clayton resume working together in the horse cutting business in an effort to forget their troubles. Pam's increasing overprotectiveness of Christopher worries Bobby. Jeremy Wendell pursues his plan to bring ruin to Ewing Oil.||47:18||$0.99||View in iTunes|
|17||Closed CaptioningVideoNight Visitor||Ewing Oil makes a financial comeback as Bobby and J.R. secure important deals, but J.R. is too overcome with anxiety about B.D. Calhoun to savor the success. Bobby becomes suspicious when J.R. acts overly concerned about Southfork's security system. Cliff reluctantly goes through with Jermey Wendell's plan to undermine Ewing Oil and April Stevens continues her ploy to gain back her five percent of the company. Meanwhile, Donna is unexpectedly rushed to the hospital with excrutiating stomach pains and Sue Ellen has another inauspicious run-in with "Peter Duncan".||47:15||$0.99||View in iTunes|
|18||Closed CaptioningVideoCat and Mouse||Bobby finally learns the reason behind J.R.'s recent mysterious actions. B.D. Calhoun continues to terrorize J.R. with his dangerous game playing. Bobby and Pam fear that Sue Ellen has resumed her drinking when she fails to return home one evening but J.R. has good reason to believe that may not be the reason for her absence. A worried Ray travels to Washington D.C. to be with Donna while she is in the hospital and gets a surprise when Senator Dowling pays her a visit.||47:19||$0.99||View in iTunes|
|19||Closed CaptioningVideoHigh Noon for Calhoun||Fearing for the safety of their families, J.R. and Bobby send Sue Ellen, Pam, John Ross, and Christopher to California to escape the menacing threat of Calhoun but J.R. is forced into a deadly showdown when the terrorist locates them. Back in Dallas, April experiences the loneliness of a con artist. Cliff throws himself into a precarious deal and is frantic when Pam is not there to back him up. Miss Ellie and Clayton enjoy a private weekend away from Southfork and Senator Dowling continues to entertain Donna.||47:19||$0.99||View in iTunes|
|20||Closed CaptioningVideoOlio||J.R. pays an emotional price for his involvement with Calhoun but he may face a bigger danger with the law for consorting with a terrorist. Despite her growing relationship with Senator Dowling, Donna feels stifled in her efforts for the oil lobby. Bobby takes temporary charge of Ewing Oil but it's J.R. who's doing the dirty work -- through the coy femininity of April Stevens. Ray attempts to explain to Charlie why he has to stay away from her and her mother. Pam and Cliff lock horns over her loyalties and the families of Southfork receive numbing news from California.||47:18||$0.99||View in iTunes|
|21||Closed CaptioningVideoA Death in the Family||Shocking news from California raises questions of who is the true proprietor of the elusive 10 percent of Ewing Oil. The quiet search for Jack Ewing is continued by J.R. and April Stevens. Sue Ellen shuts down her Los Angeles lingerie operation but finds a new "Valentine Girl" for Dallas. Christopher and John Ross play a potentially deadly game. Ray considers playing dirty in his divorce suit with Donna and Sue Ellen and J.R. renew their love for each other.||47:19||$0.99||View in iTunes|
|22||Closed CaptioningVideoRevenge of the Nerd||An ecstatic Cliff Barnes unloads a stunning bombshell on the Ewing brothers. Furious at Cliff's disturbing disclosure, J.R. divides the Southfork house by accusing Pam of scheming with her brother to bring ruin to Ewing Oil. Sue Ellen offers an interesting solution to Pam's predicament. April Stevens desperately seeks comfort from the men in her life. Ray arrives at a painful resolution in his custody battle with Donna for their unborn child.||47:19||$0.99||View in iTunes|
|23||Closed CaptioningVideoThe Ten Percent Solution||J.R. deviously schemes to frame Cliff Barnes for Jamie's death. While secretly maneuvering to secure the infamous ten percent of Ewing Oil, J.R. also orchestrates a meeting between April and a friendly judge who may end up being helpful to his cause. Pam has lurking suspicions about Cliff's dealings with Jeremy Wendell, while Cliff desperately attempts to raise the money to pay back a Wendell loan. Donna brushes off the persistent Senator Dowling and an angry widow of a former Ewing employee plots revenge on the Southfork family.||47:19||$0.99||View in iTunes|
|24||Closed CaptioningVideoSome Good, Some Bad||J.R. and Bobby get some aid in their never ending quest for the ten percent of Ewing Oil from a surprise visitor. Bobby and Pam come to Cliff's defense for the alleged murder of Jamie and Pam later gets furious at her brother when she learns of his underhanded business dealing with Jeremy Wendell. Bobby, attempting to clear the air between himself and Ray, gets a shock when he visits his half-brother's house. J.R. asks a wary Sue Ellen to move back in with him.||47:19||$0.99||View in iTunes|
|25||Closed CaptioningVideoWar and Peace||An intensive court battle results in a decision which causes pandemonium in both Ewing and Barnes' camps. J.R. and Bobby undertake a vicious custody battle with Cliff for the elusive ten percent of Ewing Oil. Sue Ellen contemplates bringing Mandy Winger back to Valentine Lingerie. Donna goes into labor at a political fundraiser, while Pam continues to struggle with the thought of Jenna carrying Bobby's baby.||47:19||$0.99||View in iTunes|
|26||Closed CaptioningVideoRuthless People||Double crossed by J.R. and April Stevens, Jeremy Wendell vows revenge on Ewing Oil. A banner headline implicating J.R. in terrorist activities not only provides Wendell with ammunition, but outrages Miss Ellie and the rest of the Southfork family members. Mandy Winger returns to reprise her life as the Valentine Lingerie star but she has designs on recapturing an even more seductive role. Ray, in Washington for the birth of his child, reaches an understanding with both Donna and Senator Dowling.||50:26||$0.99||View in iTunes|
|27||Closed CaptioningVideoThe Dark At the End of the Tunnel||Tired of J.R.'s underhanded business tactics, Bobby, Ray, and Miss Ellie sell out, turning their shares of Ewing Oil over to J.R. News from Washington hurls the Southfork family members into angry turmoil. Sue Ellen cautiously hatches a plot to test J.R.'s professed loyalty. Pam finally confronts Jenna and a very wealthy April Stevens reciprocates for past feelings of humiliation.||47:20||$0.99||View in iTunes|
|28||Closed CaptioningVideoTwo-Fifty||Miss Ellie is distraught over the fate of both Clayton and Ewing Oil. J.R. desperately scrambles to defend himself and the company against the Justice Department charges, while Jeremy Wendell continues to coerce Mrs. Scottfield into cooperating with him against the Ewings. Mandy Winger reveals the true reason for her return to Dallas and Senator Dowling promises Bobby he'll investigate the chances of saving Ewing Oil.||47:20||$0.99||View in iTunes|
|29||Closed CaptioningVideoFall of the House of Ewing||Bobby and Pam's dreams of a serene and happy future are shattered. The impending loss of Ewing Oil has a desperate J.R. fighting for his life while a smug Jeremy Wendell reveals his plot to him. Jenna and Ray discuss their future and Sue Ellen and Mandy confront one another over the man they both love.||47:22||$0.99||View in iTunes|
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The one star is directed at the price. Not only is this season missing episodes, but it's double the cost of the other seasons. What brass!
Have been watching Dallas and purchased the first nine seasons. Now I get to Season 10 and find it's incomplete, so I have to pay $1.99 per episode to watch what there is. This is really disappointing--where are the few mission episodes? Please complete and offer a full season price comparable to the other seasons.
When are y'all going to complete this season
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