Dallas Fan Gallery > Show > Season 3 > 307 “Like a Bad Penny”
Dallas Fan Gallery > Show > Season 3 > 308 “Where There’s Smoke”
Dallas Fan Gallery > Show > Season 3 > “Like Father, Like Son”
Dallas Fan Gallery > Show > Season 3 > 306 Episode Stills
Dallas Fan Gallery > Show Season 3 > 305 “D.T.R.”
Dallas Fan Gallery > Show > Season 3 > 304 “Lifting the Veil”
Dallas – Season 3.1 Premiere: Monday, Aug. 18, at 9 p.m. (ET/PT)
The backstabbing, two-timing, double-crossing drama of TNT’s Dallas will be back this summer for the second half of its third season. Dallas stars Patrick Duffy as Bobby Ewing, now the senior member of the Ewing family following the death of his older brother, J.R. Ewing. Linda Gray stars as Sue Ellen Ewing, J.R.’s former wife and the mother of his son, John Ross, played by Josh Henderson. Following the death of his revered father, John Ross is out to prove he can be just as powerful an ally or enemy as his infamous father. Jesse Metcalfe is Christopher, Bobby’s adopted son who is newly single and determined to make a name for himself and his family in the world of natural gas. Jordana Brewster is Elena Ramos, the former girlfriend of both John Ross and Christopher who is now blinded by thoughts of justice for previous wrongs. Julie Gonzalo is Pamela Rebecca Barnes, John Ross’ wife and the daughter of Cliff Barnes (guests star Ken Kercheval), a longtime rival of the Ewings. She is determined to have a happy ending with her husband and make a home on Southfork Ranch. Brenda Strong stars as Bobby’s wife, Ann, while Mitch Pileggi is Harris Ryland, her scheming ex-husband. And Emma Bell is Emma Ryland, Ann and Harris’ daughter, who has been taught by her father and grandmother (guest star Judith Light) to distrust the world around her. The new season also includes the addition of Juan Pablo Di Pace as a regular cast member and the return of guest stars Kuno Becker, Marlene Forte and AnnaLynne McCord. In its second season, Dallas drew more than 3.8 million viewers, with 1.7 million adults 25-54. Shot on location in the title city, Dallas was developed by executive producer Cynthia Cidre from the series created by David Jacobs. Serving as executive producers with Cidre are Michael M. Robin, Robert Rovner and Bruce Rasmussen.
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Dallas Fan Gallery > Show > Season 3 > 303 “Playing Chicken”
Dallas Fan Gallery > Show > Season 3 > 302 “Trust Me”
“Dallas” opened Season 3 with Patrick Duffy’s Bobby Ewing paying tribute to the show’s lost loved ones, but the moment wasn’t originally set to kick off the TNT drama’s return.
Patrick recently explained to AccessHollywood.com how the touching moment came about — where Bobby visited the graves of Jock, Miss Ellie and J.R. Ewing on the Southfork estate, and realized he is the only one from that old generation left.
“That was Cynthia’s idea ,” Patrick told AccessHollywood.com, referring to the show’s executive producer, Cynthia Cidre. “But the interesting [thing] was — that scene takes place, in terms of the original script, about 30 minutes into the show. And when we filmed it and when she saw it — and I’m never a part of editing or anything – [she] and the staff looked at it and they said, ‘Oh no, we can’t put that in the middle of the show. That’s the beginning of the new ‘Dallas.’ It’s the starting over, it’s the retrospective of the family. It’s the making that statement about I’m the only one left.’
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