Series finale. A visiting angel allows characters from the long-running serial to view life as if J.R. Ewing had never been born. Guest stars include Linda Gray, Mary Crosby and Ted Shackelford.
Adding to J.R.'s devastating losses, an old enemy arrives with shattering news; Cliff's nemesis becomes his business partner.
At her daughter Jory's request, the woman Bobby knows as Sheila Foley agrees to meet with him; James decides to remain married to Debra Lynn.
J.R. searches for Cally when he learns he's the father of her baby; James becomes increasingly attached to Jimmy and Debra Lynn.
J.R. must decide whether to encourage James to reconcile with Debra Lynn or remarry Michelle and keep Ewing Oil in the family.
Mckay forces Cliff to resign; J.R. bans Debra Lynn from seeing James; Debra Lynn vows to oust Michelle.
J.R. and Bobby leave their troubles behind when they take their sons, John Ross, Christopher and James, on a genuine Southfork cattle drive.
J.R. referees James and Michelle's stormy marriage; Bobby awaits his chance to apprehend Sheila; to save Cliff, Liz offers J.R. a deal.
Bobby's involvement with Jory complicates his plan to exact revenge on Sheila Foley; J.R. plots to get Ewing Oil back from Michelle and James.
Unaware of Michelle's revenge plan, J.R. must accept her ownership of Ewing Oil; J.R. is shocked when James informs him Michelle is his wife.
LeeAnn executes the final steps in her plan to destroy J.R.; Cliff and Carter McKay are each affected when Johnny Dancer's killer is revealed.
Unaware that she has set a trap, J.R. plans to romance LeeAnn hoping to gain back ownership of Ewing Oil; Bobby learns the identity of Sheila Foley.
LeeAnn gains control of Ewing Oil; Carter McKay becomes the prime suspect in the Johnny Dancer murder case; Liz accepts Cliff's proposal.
J.R. fears that LeeAnn will sell Ewing Oil; James tells Vanessa that he is against her marriage to J.R.; Cliff struggles to maintain his career.
A Venezuelan oil magnate attempts to manipulate J.R. into selling Ewing Oil; Bobby and Michelle learn Sheila Foley's identity; J.R. proposes to Vanessa.
Cliff, Liz and Carter McKay are suspects in Johnny Dancer's murder; J.R. attempts to win Vanessa; Cally tells Vanessa about her pregnancy.
A despondent Bobby walks away from Ewing Oil; J.R. is surprised by a visit from a lost love; Michelle blames Bobby for returning without April.
His ordeal over, a changed Bobby returns from Paris alone; Cliff proposes to Liz while she lies to protect him; James seeks allies against J.R.
Bobby accompanies Sheila to an oil industry reception; free from the sanitarium, J.R. catches up on his life; James conspires with Sly against J.R.
Relying on fellow patients, J.R. plots to leave the asylum; Bobby turns to his cyclist friends to find April; J.R. faces drug therapy.
Bobby embarks on a perilous game of charades with Sheila Foley as he attempts to rescue a kidnapped April; J.R. confronts danger in the asylum.
Bobby and April's honeymoon is interrupted by a mysterious woman; J.R. remains locked in the asylum; Cally has second thoughts about her revenge.
J.R. charms the "black widow" and adjusts to the other inmates; Cally and James plot to keep him there; McKay meets with Liz.
April and Bobby wed; Cally and James plot; Cliff meets a fashion model; Clayton petitions for custody; J.R. infiltrates an asylum; Lucy leaves.
Cally and James seek revenge; Jessica shocks Clayton about Dusty; J.R. sends John Ross to Europe; McKay urges Clayton to join Weststar.
J.R. looks to destroy his wife, ruin Cliff, control his son's future and protect Ellie; Clayton tries to see Jessica; Cliff has an ultimatum.
Cally and James bond against J.R.; Michelle vows revenge; police protect Clayton; Bobby and April set a date; James' plan shocks J.R.
April makes a resolution; Cally vows to make her marriage work; J.R. finds a clue to Stephanie; the Farlows find another murder.
J.R. has a plot to get rid of Cally; Cliff warns Stephanie about J.R.; James has an idea about McKay; another person dies.
Cliff's political star rises; J.R. tries to woo Stephanie; Cally gets close to James; April goes home; there is an arrest.
J.R. humiliates James, then they come to blows; Cally and Lucy tangle with April and Michelle; Bobby reaches a conclusion.
Bobby is obsessed with Pam's look-alike; April laments the breakup; J.R. and Blackie get a shock; a precocious girl targets James.
Bobby chases a phantom he believes is Pam; two attractive business partners approach James; J.R. enlists a wildcatter.
A beautiful PR expert takes charge of Cliff's political pursuit; Bobby gives April a ring; J.R. seeks oil in Pride, Texas.
The investigative committee convenes; Cliff holds the company's fate; J.R. accepts responsibility; Ellie reacts to visiting a site.
Honorable James is the buffer for J.R. and Cally; J.R. tries to swing the investigation; Cliff gets disturbing news.
Bobby's reunion with Kate warms, and his relationship with April cools; McKay weaves a plot concerning Cliff.
J.R. lashes out at Cally following her accusations concerning Michelle and confession regarding Alex; McKay schemes to make Ewing Oil appear solely responsible for the spill.
Cally sees J.R. with a woman and runs to Alex; James is a philanderer like his father; Bobby meets an old flame.
After the tanker collision, Ewing Oil faces the press; John Ross and Cally are jealous of James; April eases Bobby's pressures.
Carter McKay accosts the family with accusations at the club; Michelle aligns with Carter; Cliff finds a new job.
James must soon make a decision concerning his future as his mother travels to retrieve him; Michelle urges Cliff to leave Ewing Oil.
James Richard Beaumont impresses the Ewings; Miss Ellie shocks Clayton; J.R. and Cally have an unwelcome visitor.
Carter and Tommy McKay have a fatal confrontation; Michelle pits Cliff against J.R.; Alex arranges a studio for Cally; J.R.'s ship comes in.
Tommy McKay plants a bomb in Bobby's suitcase; Cliff falls for Michelle; J.R. buys a ramshackle tanker; Cally sells a painting.
To meet a deadline, overextended J.R. scrambles for money; sly Michelle eyes Cliff Barnes; Miss Ellie looks for Jock's first gusher; Cally learns of J.R.'s tryst.
Michelle vows to leave Bobby alone; Miss Ellie and Clayton go to New England; J.R. meets Michelle Stevens.
As J.R. is haunted by Sue Ellen's legacy of blackmail, Cally's artwork is discovered by an influential gallery owner.
April and Bobby try to keep their romance going; Carter returns from Vienna; Miss Ellie receives a mysterious key.
Trip to Moscow; Cally questions J.R. about his relationship with Vanessa; Sue Ellen jars Clayton's memory; Cliff believes he is the father of Afton's daughter.
A woman forces J.R. to choose between her and Cally; Miss Ellie tries to bring Clayton back to Southfork.
The Ewings visit Vienna; Bobby and April pursue a relationship; J.R. encounters an old flame; Clayton has amnesia; Cliff proposes to Afton.
J.R., Cally and Bobby travel to Austria; Bobby receives a surprising visitor; Clayton doesn't arrive home.
Carter McKay is determined to avenge his son's thrashing; Bobby tends to April after rescuing her; Cliff's former love returns to Dallas.
The Ewing brothers are back in business; April comes between Bobby and Tracey; Sue Ellen and Don go to Malibu; Cally tries to fit in.
J.R. and Bobby are trapped overnight in an elevator, and Bobby has a case of expensive wine.
J.R. uses Tommy McKay to steal Weststar's biggest deal; Bobby tries to rekindle romance with Tracey; J.R. tangles with Sue Ellen's scriptwriter; April celebrates a birthday alone.
J.R. doesn't follow the agreement to consult Bobby about business; Sue Ellen seeks clues to Lockwood's past; Tommy McKay infiltrates the Dallas drug trade.
Cally shocks J.R.; April sides with J.R. against Bobby and Cliff; Sue Ellen shares her diaries with Lockwood.
Despite an impending storm, Southfork prepares for a wedding.
Sue Ellen launches a film to ruin J.R.; J.R. foils a deal for Bobby and Cliff; McKay's troubled son arrives in Dallas.
A man searches for his son's killer; J.R. investigates Pearce's mob connections; John Ross struggles with his parents' divorce; Tracey gets used to her new job.
Cally turns to Sue Ellen for advice; Sue Ellen buys a movie studio; Tracey accepts a job at Weststar.
The day of the Oil Barons Ball arrives; J.R. plots to get Cally out of his life; a long-lost friend visits Sue Ellen; Cliff pursues Tammy.
Miss Ellie sells land to McKay; J.R. goes into business with April; Lucy and April plot to expose Casey; Ray leaves Dallas.
The range war accelerates as Bobby (Patrick Duffy) vows revenge after Christopher is wounded. With George Kennedy.
McKay reveals his true intentions; J.R. prepares for battle; April secretly meets with Lucy; Bobby meets a man from Tracey's past.
J.R. struggles to escape the Harper farm; McKay plots to take over the Ewing ranch; Tracey reveals secrets to Bobby.
J.R. marries a country girl; Carter provokes a range war; Sue Ellen plots against her ex-husband.
J.R. is imprisoned; Cliff becomes Bobby's new partner; a river mysteriously dries up; Sue Ellen plots revenge on J.R.; a pool hustler wins Bobby's interest.
J.R. finds himself in a dangerous situation; Bobby offers a partnership to an unlikely candidate; Sue Ellen finalizes her divorce; Casey plots revenge.
Sue Ellen lets John Ross live at Southfork; J.R. finds the woman of his dreams; Casey Denault returns to Dallas.
Cliff offers Barnes-Wentworth to Bobby; Clayton offers to sell his refineries; J.R. plots to regain custody; McKay buys Ray's ranch; Cliff's secret is revealed.
Murder charges are filed; Bobby deals with feelings about his ex-wife; a rancher looks into buying Ray's ranch.
J.R. learns that Bobby is the owner of Ewing Oil; Cliff plans a trip with April; Ray and Jenna discuss their future.
Jenna returns to an empty home; Lucy Ewing returns to Southfork; Bobby gets good news; J.R. schemes against Jeremy Wendell.
J.R. threatens Sue Ellen; Ellie reaches a decision regarding Clayton's fate; Bobby and Kay build a relationship.
J.R. prepares to assume control of Weststar; Nicholas reveals his whereabouts to Sue Ellen; sexual blackmail; Connie plays a joke on Ray.
J.R. has evidence that would prove Clayton's innocence; Kimberly recruits an unlikely ally; Ray dines with Connie.
Clayton is arrested for murder; Bobby tries to win back Ewing Oil.
Miss Ellie kicks Clayton out; Bobby courts Kay; Casey meets Cliff.
April reveals Nicholas' identity; J.R. prepares for battle; Cliff turns to pills.
April goes into hiding; J.R. convinces Cliff to retain Weststar stock.
The battle between Bobby and Lisa over Christopher comes to a head; Bobby and J.R. argue over J.R.'s involvement with Lisa.
A drunken Miss Ellie flies into a rage upon finding Clayton with Laurel; J.R. and Kimberly's scheme backfires; dangerous confession.
J.R. and Kimberly prepare a scandalous surprise for Sue Ellen; Bobby is relieved when Lisa can't be found, possibly canceling Christopher's custody trial.
Vowing revenge on his brother, Bobby launches a scheme to regain Ewing Oil; Casey Denault dates J.R.'s secretary to elicit business information.
Bobby vows revenge against the culprit he suspects is behind Lisa's custody battle; Clayton forgets his and Ellie's wedding anniversary.
J.R. and Sue Ellen's marriage takes a turn for the worse when Kimberly Cryder leaves her husband and demands that J.R. follow her.
J.R. demands a show of faith from Kimberly; April's concern for Bobby grows.
Bobby prepares to fight for custody of Christopher while J.R. pushes Kimberly to set up a meeting between him and her father.
The mysterious benefactor behind Lisa Alden and the reason for her pursuit of Christopher are revealed.
Ray and Jenna get married; April struggles to uncover Pearce's true identity.
Dandy takes hostages in an effort to keep his drilling rig open; J.R. continues to pursue Kimberly Cryder.
Ray and Jenna reveal good news; Bobby severs ties with Lisa Alden; J.R. woos the wife of his nemesis; Cliff shuts down Dandy's drilling project.
Bobby makes a difficult decision; Sue Ellen encounters problems with Nicholas; April investigates Nicholas; Jenna reaches a decision about Ray's proposal.
Clayton undergoes surgery; Cliff bails Dandy out of jail; J.R. plots his comeback; Jenna considers Ray's proposal; Bobby receives bad news.
Pam unloads a bombshell; J.R. receives inside information regarding Weststar; Cliff drills for oil on dry land.
Bobby goes on a rampage; J.R. double-crosses an old friend; Nicholas arranges a meeting between Sue Ellen and an investor.
Pam disappears; a woman from J.R.'s past returns; Cliff is reunited with Dandy; Jenna reconsiders her feelings about Ray.
Bobby makes a startling discovery; Sue Ellen goes on a business trip; a doctor reveals Clayton's medical secret; Cliff searches for Dandy.
A veiled figure visits Pam's room; Christopher vanishes; J.R. receives information from a private detective; Ellie worries about Clayton's health.
The Ewings await the fate of Pamela, injured in an automobile accident.
Pam and Bobby's dreams are shattered; Wendell reveals his plot to struggling J.R.; Sue Ellen and Mandy head for a confrontation over J.R.
J.R. must defend himself and Ewing Oil against Justice Department charges; Wendell obtains Mrs. Scottfield's cooperation; Pam warns Cliff.
Weary of J.R.'s tactics, Bobby, Ray and Ellie sell him their holdings; Sue Ellen decides to test J.R.'s fidelity; Pam confronts Jenna.
A news story implicating J.R. in terrorism gives double-crossed Wendell ammunition for revenge; Ray reaches an understanding with Donna.
J.R., Bobby and Cliff enter into litigation for custody of the 10-percent of Ewing Oil; Donna goes into labor at a political fundraiser.
J.R. and Bobby get a break in their search for Ewing Oil's missing 10-percent; Bobby and Pam come to the defense of murder suspect Cliff.
J.R. plots to frame Cliff for Jamie's death and works to secure the 10-percent share of Ewing Oil; a Ewing employee's widow seeks revenge.
Cliff's shocking disclosure prompts J.R. to accuse Pam of plotting with her brother to ruin Ewing Oil; April seeks comfort from her men.
News from California clouds the ownership of a 10-percent share of Ewing Oil; Ray considers dirty tactics to get his divorce from Donna.
J.R. faces legal trouble for his involvement with B.D.; Donna feels useless in her lobbying efforts; shocking news comes from California.
Fearing B.D. Calhoun's wrath, J.R. and Bobby send their families to safety in California; April is lonely; Dowling continues to woo Donna.
B.D. terrorizes J.R.; Bobby and Pam fear Sue Ellen has resumed drinking; Ray visits Donna in the hospital; Cliff gives data to Wendell.
Bobby and J.R. pull Ewing Oil out of financial trouble; J.R. worries about B.D. Calhoun; Sue Ellen has another run-in with Peter Duncan.
B.D., plotting revenge against J.R., makes contact with Sue Ellen; Ray and Clayton immerse themselves in work to forget their troubles.
J.R. plans to eliminate B.D.; Pam reconsiders Jeremy's proposal; Jenna's pregnancy puts a strain on Pam and Bobby; Donna decides to leave.
Ellie enlists the help of her sons to calm Clayton; J.R. learns frightening news about Calhoun; Donna makes a decision about her marriage.
Bobby goes to South America to find data to refute Parmalee; J.R. pushes Ellie to declare Parmalee a fraud; J.R. tries to stop his plan.
Parmalee takes a polygraph test; April plots to profit from ex-husband Jack; Sue Ellen forces a confrontation between J.R. and Mandy.
Clayton asks Ellie if she believes Wes; the CIA queries J.R. about B.D. Calhoun; Pam's relationship with Bobby haunts Jenna.
Ray's shocking revelation forces Bobby and Pam into a difficult decision; Parmalee's claim causes the bank to freeze Ewing Oil's credit.
Surprises and confrontations involving Wes Parmalee, Ray, J.R., Cliff and April Stevens create disharmony on Bobby and Pam's wedding day.
J.R. and Bobby investigate Parmalee; Cliff talks with scheming April; Sue Ellen visits Parmalee; Jenna rejects Bobby's help with Charlie.
Clayton warns Parmalee; Parmalee visits Ewing Oil; Jack's ex-wife arrives; Bobby and J.R. begin expansion plans; J.R. meets B.D. Calhoun.
Miss Ellie orders Wes Parmalee to leave Southfork; J.R. offers Sue Ellen a divorce; Donna calls Ray at home and Jenna answers the phone.
Miss Ellie discovers her suspicions about Wes Parmalee are true; J.R. feels the sting of Sue Ellen's campaign; Pam faces major decisions.
Sue Ellen embarrasses J.R. with her business venture; Cliff seeks control of Jack's shares in Ewing Oil; Wes Parmalee upsets Miss Ellie.
J.R. tries to convince Donna to go to Washington; Mandy has a confrontation with Sue Ellen; Jenna moves out of Southfork.
Pam's strange dream momentarily puzzles her; the Ewings join forces to fight off the effects from an impending crisis in the oil industry.
The joy surrounding Pam and Mark's wedding day fades as J.R.'s attempt to outwit Angelica puts Jack and Sue Ellen in danger; Pam awakens.
An enemy stalks J.R.; Aunt Lil testifies for Ray at the adoption hearing; Sue Ellen tells John Ross that she and J.R. are reconciling.
The Krebbs' adoption petition is denied; ranch hand Ben Stivers (Steve Forrest) causes trouble; Angelica orders a custom-made briefcase.
J.R. declines Jack's stock offer; Sue Ellen breaks off with Kenderson; Pam fears for Matt's life when an earthquake destroys Los Gatos.
J.R. goads Kenderson into giving Sue Ellen an ultimatum; Tony does not want to be adopted; Matt hits a vein of emeralds; Angelica returns.
J.R. prepares to buy Christopher's shares and to discredit Kenderson; Angelica seeks revenge; Donna and Ray begin adoption proceedings.
Explosive events at the Martinique masquerade ball cause Angelica's disappearance, Grace's breakup with Jack and Jack's disavowal of J.R.
Jack poses as Dimitri at a masquerade ball and press conference in Martinique, where J.R. risks a dangerous confrontation with Angelica.
Pam and Mark return, and J.R. is delighted to discover Pam will continue subsidizing Cantrell's mine; J.R. and Jack travel to Martinique.
J.R. is jealous of Sue Ellen's friendship with Kenderson; Pam offers to buy Cliff's emerald-mine holdings; Jenna resists psychiatric help.
In Colombia, the kidnappers fail to release Pam; Jenna dismisses a psychiatrist after a brief session; J.R. searches for clues on Marinos.
Cliff, Mark and J.R. meet Matt in Colombia to discuss Pam's disappearance; a messenger delivers Pam's brooch and a cryptic note to Matt.
Clayton learns of Ellie's efforts to preserve his holdings; J.R. takes advantage of Pam's absence; Pam vanishes and Matt is presumed dead.
J.R. advises Pam to personally check on Cantrell's mining operation in Colombia; Miss Ellie's unexplained spending spree puzzles J.R.
Tests indicate Jamie and Jack had the same parents; Pam wants to visit the emerald mine; Mandy reports to Cliff on Pam's mine investment.
The hunt for Jack intensifies as injured Jamie's life depends on a blood transfusion; Pam backs Cantrell; Nicholas awaits Jack's arrival.
Matt Cantrell (Marc Singer) bursts into Pam's office looking for Bobby; Ellie learns about Clayton; J.R. suspects Mandy is Cliff's spy.
Jack's disappearance threatens J.R.'s Marinos deal; Cliff wins Mandy's trust; Pam receives a return on Bobby's emerald-mine investment.
Sue Ellen considers moving back to Southfork for her son's sake; Jenna decides to stop seeing Jack; Clayton secretly sells off assets.
J.R. tries to find favor with the judge in the custody suit; Pam approves the co-venture with Marinos, unaware that J.R. has been duped.
John Ross runs away; J.R.'s detective fails to return from Athens; Grace and Angelica agree to eliminate Pam if she becomes an obstacle.
Sue Ellen seeks a legal separation and custody of John Ross; J.R. hires a private detective to investigate Dimitri Marinos and Angelica.
The annual charity rodeo brings personal and business conflicts as Angelica deals and Pam claims power; Donna is rushed to the hospital.
Cliff attacks Pam for her decision; Donna and Ray disagree about the baby; Pam takes over Bobby's office; Angelica offers a deal to Cliff.
Ellie reconsiders selling stock to Wendell; Sue Ellen leaves the sanitarium; Pam makes a startling announcement at the Oil Barons' Ball.
J.R. could lose control of Ewing Oil if Miss Ellie and Pam sell out to Wendell; Sue Ellen's bossy mother (Martha Scott) shows up to help.
Mark returns and explains his long absence; Cliff and J.R. compete for Ewing Oil stock; Miss Ellie tells Dusty to stop seeing Sue Ellen.
J.R. tries to block all sales to Westar; Sue Ellen begs Dusty to get her out of the sanitarium; Pam begins to think she is being followed.
Sue Ellen is found in a detoxification ward; Cliff courts the cartel; Charlie wants to live at Southfork; the Krebbs plan for their baby.
J.R. harshly rejects Sue Ellen, who flees and winds up on the street; J.R. objects to the terms of Bobby's will; J.R. says he loves Mandy.
Pamela blames herself for Bobby's death; Dusty follows Sue Ellen to a bar; Gary returns home for the funeral; J.R. bids farewell to Bobby.
Jenna's release from jail depresses Pam; Sue Ellen thinks she saw Dusty; Donna tells Ray about her pregnancy; Cliff consults an attorney about an annulment; Lucy and Mitch remarry; sudden tragedy strikes Bobby.
Bobby seeks evidence to free Jenna; the Ewings go confidently to court; Mitch asks Lucy to move in; J.R. wants Sue Ellen hospitalized.
J.R. reassures Mandy about Sue Ellen; Cliff and Jamie marry; Jack's information could save Ewing Oil; Donna conceals her pregnancy.
J.R. presents Jack's deal to Bobby and Ray; Lucy and her ex-husband Mitch meet; John Ross is rushed to the hospital for appendicitis.
J.R. is offered information on the lawsuit; Cliff proposes to Jamie; Jenna's case is reopened; Jamie's brother Jack arrives.
Jenna is sentenced; Bobby makes an announcement in court; Sue Ellen threatens divorce; J.R. shuts down Cliff's offshore operation.
Ewing 17 is shut down for contaminating drinking water; Jamie rebuffs Cliff's advances; a verdict is handed down in Jenna's trial.
Bobby must testify against Jenna at her trial; Pam accepts that Mark is dead and starts home; Donna leaves Ray and moves to Southfork.
Pam is disappointed in Hong Kong; Donna strikes oil; Barnes/Wentworth hires Jamie as a drilling expert; J.R. and Cliff fight over Mandy.
A witness in Jenna's case is found dead; Cliff offers Jamie a job; Lucy learns Eddie has been romancing Betty; J.R. confides in Mandy.
Miss Ellie sides with Clayton against her children; Ray and J.R. unite to fight Cliff; Sue Ellen agrees to accompany Pam to Hong Kong.
Cliff gets an injunction, but victory is short-lived; Pam learns Mark may be in Hong Kong; Lucy and Eddie's construction project starts.
Pam joins with Cliff and Jamie in their fight for control of Ewing Oil; Mandy rejects both Cliff and J.R.; Lucy wants to please Eddie.
Jenna is reunited with Charlie; Mandy confronts J.R.; Pam confesses why she wanted to marry Mark; Pam discovers the truth about Mark.
Jamie teams with Cliff against J.R.; Bobby negotiates for Charlie's release; Jenna's fingerprints are on the gun that killed Marchetta.
Jenna is refused bail after pleading not guilty; Jamie threatens to use her document against J.R.; Pam's search for Mark is fruitless.
Bobby drinks to forget his disappointment over Jenna; Pam pursues Mark's trail to Jamaica; Jenna is arrested for Marchetta's murder.
Bobby finds Jenna with Marchetta; Pam travels to the Caribbean to search for Mark; Cliff and J.R. work to keep Pam and Bobby separated.
Eddie seduces Lucy; J.R. tries to prove Jamie's document is fake, while Cliff tries to prove the opposite; Jenna runs out on the wedding.
Jamie announces her claim to Ewing Oil; Marchetta reveals his intention to remarry Jenna; Mandy meets with J.R., with Cliff's approval.
Charlie learns the truth about her father and disappears; J.R. introduces himself to Mandy; Pam's hopes of finding Mark are rekindled.
Bobby berates J.R. over announcing the wedding date; J.R. investigates Mandy; Miss Ellie takes down Jock's portrait; Lucy dates Eddie.
Sly requests a leave of absence; Miss Ellie tries to make Clayton feel welcome; J.R. sees Mandy at the Oil Barons' Ball.
Miss Ellie and Clayton return; Pam contacts Dr. Kenderson for information on Mark; mementos of Jock disturb Clayton.
J.R. tricks Cliff out of the Wendell deal; Pam receives flowers with a card bearing Mark's name; Bobby and Jenna make wedding plans.
Jamie offers J.R. proof that she is really a Ewing; Cliff considers a lucrative offer from Wendell; Pam and Jackie see Mark Graison's car.
Bobby's assailant is finally caught; Ray discovers Lucy working as a waitress; cousin Jamie Ewing (Jenilee Harrison) arrives at Southfork.
Cliff is cleared of all charges; Katherine seeks revenge on Bobby; the Ewings are told of the death of Jock's brother Jason in Alaska.
Bobby tells Jenna he can't marry her until he regains his sight; Donna moves into Bobby's office; Cliff is arrested for attempted murder.
Bobby is blinded by a bullet wound; an attempt is made on J.R.'s life; Cliff strikes oil; J.R. realizes the killer is still at large.
Miss Ellie is rescued from Jessica's clutches; Clayton and Miss Ellie marry; Peter threatens to kill J.R.; J.R.'s many enemies converge.
J.R. fears Miss Ellie is in danger; Bobby and Jenna hold off their announcement after Mark's death; Clayton tells about Jessica and Dusty.
Jenna accepts Bobby's marriage proposal; Jessica attacks Clayton over selling the Southern Cross; Mark learns the truth about his health.
Jessica withholds Clayton's secret from J.R.; Cliff frantically attempts to raise money; J.R. has Peter arrested on cocaine charges.
Mark wants a big wedding; J.R. and Jessica conspire against Clayton and Miss Ellie; Cliff's wells come in dry; Donna suspects Jessica.
J.R. and Jessica both oppose the wedding; Pam shields Mark from learning the truth about his health; Cliff falls even further into debt.
Jessica impresses J.R. and gives him a gift; Cliff is forced to sign loan papers; Pam agrees to marry Mark; J.R. plots against Peter.
Cliff must raise $260 million; Miss Ellie asks Jessica to stay at Southfork; J.R. investigates Peter; Pam learns a secret about Mark.
Cliff is high bidder; Miss Ellie invites Clayton's sister, Jessica, to the wedding; J.R. overhears Sue Ellen and Peter.
Bobby confronts Jenna about Charlie's parentage; Ray and Donna uncover J.R.'s blackmail secret; J.R forces Marilee to split with Cliff.
Sue Ellen miscarries; Katherine learns more about Jenna; Mark pushes Pam to answer his marriage proposal; Sue Ellen splits with Peter.
Sue Ellen is hospitalized after a minor accident; Marilee agrees to a partnership with Cliff; Bobby wants Clayton involved in Ewing Oil.
J.R. sells geologist's reports to Cliff; Miss Ellie and Clayton reconcile; an official cracks under J.R.'s pressure; Mark proposes to Pam.
Bobby and Jenna become lovers; Miss Ellie decides against marrying Clayton; Peter escorts Lucy to a party; Cliff plans to meet Marilee.
Sue Ellen is upset over Peter; Miss Ellie and Clayton argue; J.R. advises Bobby against buying another company; Mark enters the hospital.
J.R. sets up Cliff for a major fall in offshore drilling; Sue Ellen spends time with Peter; Cliff encourages Marilee to invest with him.
Sue Ellen worries over Peter leaving school; J.R.'s offshore drilling irritates Cliff; Miss Ellie wants J.R. to stay out of her plans.
J.R. investigates Clayton's background; Miss Ellie delays accepting her engagement ring; Katherine investigates Jenna's former husband.
J.R. uses Sly against Cliff; Mark and Bobby call a truce; Sue Ellen yields to Peter; Clayton announces his engagement to Miss Ellie.
Bobby is upset after learning Pam and Mark are lovers; by tapping Cliff's phone, J.R. learns Sly is Cliff's spy; Sue Ellen rejects Peter.
Sue Ellen and J.R. argue over Peter; Bobby spends time with Jenna; Pam leaves the charity rodeo with Mark after seeing Jenna kiss Bobby.
Cliff claims Jock stole from Digger; Pam starts at Barnes/Wentworth; Jenna consoles Bobby; Peter kisses Sue Ellen.
Ray's trial reaches a verdict; Pam confronts Jenna; Cliff is honored at the Oil Barons' Ball and swears to tell about Jock and Digger.
J.R. is despondent after losing the fight for Ewing Oil; Bobby meets Jenna Wade again; Ray's trial begins.
Ray is arrested for unplugging Mickey's life-support system; the winner of the fight for Ewing Oil is announced; guest Glenn Corbett.
Pam moves to Rebecca's house; Bobby dates Katherine; Cliff recruits a spy in J.R.'s office; comatose Mickey goes on a life-support system.
Lucy tells Mickey she will always love him; Pam and Bobby are divorced; J.R. plots to remove Bobby from Ewing Oil; guest Tracy Scoggins.
J.R. and Katherine plan to separate Bobby and Pam; little John Ross' doctor recommends counseling; Ray is obsessed with guilt over Mickey.
Sue Ellen demands separate bedrooms; Bobby wants Pam back; J.R. threatens Pam to prevent a reconciliation; Mickey learns he is paralyzed.
Miss Ellie is sedated after the fire; Bobby and Pam grow closer; Sue Ellen learns the truth about the accident and swears off drinking.
Enraged Ray holds J.R. responsible for Mickey's accident; Pam wants a divorce; J.R. and Ray get into a fight, causing a fire at Southfork.
Bitter Lucy blames Sue Ellen for Mickey's accident; Clayton confronts J.R. over Sue Ellen; Bobby blames Holly for Sue Ellen's condition.
Sue Ellen begins drinking again; Miss Ellie finds Sue Ellen with Clayton; Pam confronts Bobby; Mickey is badly injured in a car accident.
J.R. succeeds in Cuba; Bobby learns Pam is with Mark in France; Sue Ellen finds J.R. with Holly; Ray tells Aunt Lil that he is Jock's son.
J.R. negotiates in Cuba; Sue Ellen confronts Holly; Mickey's mother comes to visit; Bobby and Cliff clash over the Canadian deal and Pam.
Holly moves against J.R. by meeting with Sue Ellen; Katherine urges Mark to take Pam to Europe; Ray offers to support Bobby in his fight.
Bobby pulls even with J.R. and confronts Mark; Katherine offers to help J.R. fight Cliff; Holly and Walt Driscoll vow revenge on J.R.
Bobby and Ray uncover J.R.'s illegal Caribbean deal; J.R. considers going into politics, but Sue Ellen fears her past may cause problems.
Katherine pursues Bobby as Mark pursues Pam; Miss Ellie helps Clayton find a Dallas home; Dave Culver's political future is in question.
Pam leaves Bobby, delighting Katherine and J.R.; Rebecca's will is read; Lucy and Mickey become friends; J.R. offers Bobby a compromise.
Cliff takes the blame for Rebecca's death; the energy commission rescinds J.R.'s variance; Pam makes a startling announcement to Bobby.
Bobby's underhanded dealings disgust Pam; Rebecca opposes J.R.'s search for a refinery; Afton receives shocking news concerning Rebecca.
Miss Ellie encounters Clayton in Galveston; Cliff wants to tempt J.R. with a political office; Mark Graison (John Beck) visits Pam.
The hearings over Jock's will continue; Sue Ellen discovers Mark's interest in Pam and tells J.R.; Donna fights with the oil commission.
Pam sides with Miss Ellie; J.R. must defend himself on television; Holly Harwood (Lois Chiles) asks Bobby for help; Ray supports Donna.
Bobby reluctantly sides with J.R. when Miss Ellie threatens to contest Jock's will; J.R.'s cut-rate gas stations receive media attention.
J.R. and the oil men clash at the Ewing barbecue; Bobby plans to fight J.R. on his own terms; Miss Ellie decides drastic action is needed.
Cliff and J.R. fight at the reception; the cartel unites against J.R.; Bobby confronts J.R. about Harwood Oil; guest Nicholas Hammond.
J.R. and Sue Ellen remarry, but cartel members stay away; Mickey and Lucy meet; Donna agrees to serve on the Texas Energy Commission.
Miss Ellie puts off Frank's advances; Bobby's Canadian deal is delayed; the cartel sides with Cliff; Pam asks Bobby to give up the battle.
J.R. pumps oil despite a surplus; Miss Ellie tries to make peace with Rebecca and brings friend Frank Crutcher to dinner.
J.R. tries blackmail to gain an oil variance; Cliff is president of Barnes/Wentworth Oil; Pam helps Bobby secure the Canadian oil deal.
J.R. and Bobby begin a yearlong battle for control of Ewing Oil; Rebecca buys Cliff an oil company; Christopher's adoption is finalized.
Jock is declared legally dead and the will is read; Pam is torn between Rebecca and the Ewings; Ray brings cousin Mickey to Southfork.
J.R. plans a surprise for Miss Ellie at the Oil Barons Ball; Ray confronts his rebellious cousin Mickey Trotter.
J.R. pushes Miss Ellie and Bobby to open Jock's will; Ray and Donna attend Amos Krebbs' funeral; Cliff cautiously accepts Marilee's offer.
J.R. tries to see Jock's will; Pam urges Lucy to see a doctor about her pregnancy; Marilee offers Cliff a job; Sue Ellen visits Clayton.
J.R. is blamed for Cliff's suicide attempt; Lucy awaits the results of her pregnancy test; Miss Ellie wants J.R. ousted from Ewing Oil.
Despondent Cliff disrupts J.R. and Sue Ellen's reconciliation; Lucy resists pressing rape charges; Bobby tells Pam about Christopher.
Rebecca asks Cliff to resign; Bobby helps the police catch Jeff's murderer; Miss Ellie accepts Jock's death; Mitch leaves Dallas and Lucy.
The police question Bobby about Jeff; Pam and Bobby save Lucy from Roger; Cliff faces ruin and tries to borrow money from Sue Ellen.
J.R. blackmails Bobby after Jeff is murdered; J.R. thinks he is Christopher's father; Lucy disappears; Donna and Miss Ellie clash.
Gullible Cliff falls into J.R.'s trap; Bobby gives in to Jeff's blackmail; Ray suggests Donna take her information on Jock to Miss Ellie.
Cliff's ambitions at Wentworth Tool and Dye upset Katherine; J.R plots to have Cliff buy worthless land; Jeff Farraday blackmails Bobby.
Pam and Bobby adopt Christopher; Donna's book research uncovers damaging information; Lucy turns to Roger after Mitch asks for a divorce.
J.R. makes a fuss over Sue Ellen and has Ray arrested; Ray and Donna discuss divorce; Cliff uncovers J.R.'s plot and confronts him.
J.R. hatches plots against Ray and Cliff and tries to win Sue Ellen back; Bobby buys Pam a business; Roger becomes obsessed with Lucy.
J.R. learns Sue Ellen is seeing Cliff; Lucy turns to Roger; Bobby tries to hurry the adoption; Donna leaves to do research for her book.
J.R. returns to the business; Ray's negligence leads to conflicts with Bobby and Donna; Lucy's photographer friend starts following her.
Bobby tries to run Ewing Oil and Southfork as J.R. recovers; Sue Ellen sees Cliff; Bobby tells Pam the baby came from a private agency.
Jock's death devastates J.R.; Miss Ellie refuses to allow the will to be read; Ray and Donna drift apart because of Donna's success.
Stunned by the news of Jock's disappearance, J.R., Bobby and Ray fly to South America to join in the investigation at the crash site.
Miss Ellie learns Jock is returning from South America and plans the barbecue as a homecoming, until a phone call shocks the family.
Determined Miss Ellie turns on J.R.; J.R. plots to declare Sue Ellen an unfit mother; Ray is forced to pull out of his development deal.
Miss Ellie uncovers J.R.'s schemes; J.R. consults a broker about selling Ewing stock; Bobby learns the truth about Kristin's baby.
Cliff threatens J.R. with foreclosure on the note he holds; Ray has a business setback; Bobby finds information linking Kristin and J.R.
Jock reveals a new plan for Ewing Oil; Ray's development deal runs into trouble; Donna's book on Sam Culver is accepted for publication.
J.R.'s scheme against the Farlows backfires; Pam withdraws further; Ray and apprehensive Donna inspect their land-development purchase.
J.R. attempts to dry up the Farlows' oil supply; Bobby buys information on Kristin's baby; Lucy seeks a reconciliation with Mitch.
J.R. confronts the Farlows; Pam is hospitalized for a breakdown; an extortionist contacts Bobby; Cliff's new presidency upsets Katherine.
J.R. prepares for a custody battle; Bobby desperately seeks a child to adopt; Cliff meets his half-sister Katherine (Morgan Brittany).
J.R. uses Miss Ellie to see John Ross at Clayton Farlow's (Howard Keel) ranch; Cliff's hopes are renewed; Ray becomes a businessman.
Cliff and J.R. clash at the death inquest; J.R. plots to get John Ross back; Cliff decides to leave Dallas; Lucy fights for her marriage.
The body of the woman in Southfork's pool is identified; J.R. and Cliff accuse each other of murder, and the motive points to one of them.
J.R. faces jail and losing Ewing Oil for his role in the Asian coup; Kristin blackmails J.R.; Cliff finds a body in Southfork's pool.
Kristin returns; Sue Ellen and Dusty meet again; Cliff and Wendell unite to find evidence against J.R.; Cliff finally meets Rebecca.
Jock and Miss Ellie reconcile; J.R.'s plan to sell Ewing Oil stalls, and Jeremy Wendell plots his revenge; Sue Ellen meets Clint's wife.
Miss Ellie consults a divorce attorney; Leslie's former husband arrives; Cliff learns about his mother; J.R. accelerates his schemes.
Jock threatens to sell Ewing Oil if Miss Ellie divorces him; Lucy's career puts her marriage in jeopardy; Cliff learns of the Asian coup.
J.R. succumbs to Leslie's influence; Bobby's seat on a senate committee puts him between his parents; Pam and her mother become closer.
Ray and Donna marry; hostility grows between Jock and Miss Ellie; Lucy becomes Miss Young Dallas; jealous Bobby confronts Alex Ward.
The success of J.R.'s coup brings the cartel back to Ewing Oil; Ray and Donna plan to marry; Sue Ellen learns Dusty is still alive.
J.R. tampers with Cliff's plans to run for public office; Sue Ellen cannot convince anyone that someone is following her; guest Monte Markham.
J.R. plans to topple the government that took his foreign oil wells, while Leslie Stewart increases her influence; Miss Ellie resents Ray.
J.R. hires a public-relations expert to improve his image; Sue Ellen finds Pam meeting with a male business associate.
Lucy and Mitch are married; Bobby resigns the presidency of Ewing Oil; Miss Ellie accuses Jock of unforgivable behavior.
J.R. devises a plan that would make Bobby look bad and also takes an interest in Lucy's future sister-in-law.
J.R. promotes a deal that will sabotage Bobby's leadership; Pam, feeling abandoned, receives attention from a businessman (Joel Fabiani).
Pam thinks she has found her mother; Lucy proposes to Mitch; J.R. plots to put Bobby in trouble with Jock.
J.R. takes advantage of an extortionist's threat to blow up an oil well; Ray deals with being a Ewing and fears losing Donna to Cliff.
Amos Krebs reveals Ray's true identity; a Ewing tanker sinks with 600,000 gallons of uninsured oil, delighting J.R.
Jock is caught between J.R. and Bobby when Bobby refuses to step down; disaster results when Lucy introduces beau Mitch to her friends.
Pam is concerned as Bobby reacts to his power as president of Ewing Oil; J.R. tries to sabotage Bobby's plans to buy an oil refinery.
Sue Ellen's fingerprints are found on the gun and she is jailed, then bailed out anonymously; hypnosis reveals the actual assailant.
J.R. interferes with Bobby from the hospital; Sue Ellen has nightmares; Miss Ellie finds the gun that shot J.R.; Cliff is suspended.
J.R. undergoes a second operation; Bobby takes over Ewing Oil; Sue Ellen suffers guilt; Lucy meets Mitch (Leigh McCloskey).
Disgusted Pam and Bobby leave Southfork; J.R. is shot after the nationalization of the Asian oil wells ruins his business competitors.
The family visits Jock's first wife; J.R. plans a deal with his Asian oil wells; Pam seeks to learn about her mother, long believed dead.
Jock stands trial for murder; Sue Ellen drinks to forget Dusty's death; Pam watches Digger deteriorate in a hospital.
Cliff's investigation of a body found on Southfork points to Jock; Sue Ellen prepares to leave; guest Nicolas Coster.
When J.R. finds Sue Ellen is having him followed, he decides to prevent her from leaving with John Ross by proving she is drinking again.
J.R. wants Alan and Lucy to move to Chicago, but Jock finds Alan a law partnership in Dallas; Lucy announces a date for the wedding.
With Dusty pressuring her to leave J.R., Sue Ellen decides to ask for a divorce; Jenna puts additional strain on Pam and Bobby's marriage.
Sue Ellen sees Dusty regularly; Bobby meets Jenna (Francine Tacker) after Pam leaves town; Ray and Donna question their compatibility.
Digger tells a reporter Cliff fathered Sue Ellen's baby; custody suits and countersuits prompt a blood test to determine paternity.
To Kristin's surprise, J.R. encourages Alan to follow through with plans to marry Lucy, who delays making a decision on the proposal.
J.R. wants Bobby back in the office so Jock will stay home; Pam uses work to compensate for losing her baby; Donna re-enters Ray's life.
Miss Ellie's sadness over Gary's (Ted Shackelford) birthday ends when she learns he and Val are back in Dallas and plan to remarry.
Sue Ellen's avoidance of her baby causes conflicts; Jock decides to sell the Asian oil leases to rescue Southfork from oil drilling.
J.R. is forced to admit mortgaged Southfork is threatened when a typhoon delays the Asian oil drilling and his bank loan comes due.
Lucy makes an obvious play for Alan Beam; Pam accuses Bobby of trying to ruin Cliff and accidentally learns of J.R.'s Asian oil deal.
Miss Ellie deals with her fear of Jock's and Lucy's cold reaction to her mastectomy; Sue Ellen meets Dusty at a hotel.
Miss Ellie fears for her marriage when she thinks she has breast cancer; Sue Ellen sees Dusty; Alan continues J.R.'s plan.
At the Ewings' annual rodeo, Sue Ellen is attracted to cowboy Dusty Farlow and Digger finds a way to visit John Ross.
Bobby becomes attached to a ranch hand's son; Pam tells Bobby about the medical threat to her unborn child; J.R. has Sue Ellen followed.
J.R. and Jock are wounded by sniper fire when a man from Jock's past seeks revenge on the Ewings during their hunting trip in Louisiana.
Kristin pursues J.R. after he gives her a summer job in his office; Bobby learns Pam is pregnant before she can decide about an abortion.
Pam worries about her family's hereditary genetic disorder when she learns she is pregnant; Val uses Bobby to urge Lucy to meet with her.
Digger (Keenan Wynn) is found to have a fatal hereditary genetic disorder and Cliff fears he may have passed it on to Sue Ellen's baby.
J.R. undergoes a second operation; Bobby takes over Ewing Oil; Sue Ellen suffers guilt; Lucy meets Mitch (Leigh McCloskey).
Bobby suspects Cliff when the baby is kidnapped from the hospital; the kidnappers send J.R. a $1 million ransom demand.
Sue Ellen is disinterested in her new baby; Cliff claims the child is his; two of J.R.'s former associates are paroled.
Sue Ellen is committed to a sanitarium, from which she escapes and then delivers her baby following a brush with death.
Sue Ellen risks her unborn baby's life by drinking; Bobby tries to conceal Lucy's addiction to pills from his parents.
Ray is attracted to Donna McCullum, unaware she is married to the man J.R. wants to use to stop Cliff.
J.R. has visions of creating a business dynasty when Lucy announces plans to marry the heir (Mark Wheeler) of an oil-rich Texas family.
J.R. blackmails Pam's new friend to lure Pam and Cliff's backer into a compromising situation.
Kristin takes an interest in Bobby, which J.R. encourages; Cliff uses Pam to help him when he has a chance to delay a Ewing Oil deal.
Pam believes J.R. framed Cliff for Julie's murder; Bobby finds evidence in Cliff's favor and learns the truth about J.R.
Julie decides to get revenge on J.R. by telling his secrets to Cliff, who arrives at her apartment and finds her murdered.
Julie Grey returns and develops a friendship with Jock, who resents being pampered by the family.
Sue Ellen walks out on J.R. and seeks comfort from her mother and sister, who have recently moved to Dallas.
Miss Ellie is determined to yield Southfork to her brother, whom she believed dead, after he and a woman appear at the ranch.
Cliff acts as go-between after Bobby is accidentally kidnapped instead of J.R., who proceeds with his own plans.
Bobby and his college idol's new construction business includes plans to build a shopping center on Southfork land.
Ray falls in love with an ambitious country singer but J.R.'s wealth is competition for her affections.
Sue Ellen learns she is pregnant during an affair with Cliff; Pam's promotion interferes with Bobby's plans; guest Nicolas Coster.
After Bobby and J.R.'s airplane crashes into a swamp during a severe storm, the Ewing women try to keep the news from recuperating Jock.
Pam backs Cliff's bid for state senator against the Ewings' candidate but then accidentally gives J.R. information damaging to Cliff.
Lucy accepts a ride from a psychotic thief after running away because Jock forbade her to invite Val to her birthday party.
When Pam's ex-husband arrives in J.R.'s office claiming they are still wed, Bobby learns about Pam's previous marriage.
Sue Ellen tries to get a baby through the black market in order to have a Ewing grandchild before Bobby and Pam.
Bobby feels J.R. is taking unfair advantage after Jock's heart attack.
Pam sees a marital threat when Bobby's old flame, Jenna Wade (Morgan Fairchild), asks Bobby's help for herself and her fatherless child.
J.R. tries to pressure Gary into the business over Val's objections; drunken Digger disowns Pam because she married a Ewing.
Lucy tries to reunite her parents after Bobby convinces brother Gary to return to Southfork.
Pam learns she is pregnant and invites her father to the Ewing barbecue in hope of ending the longstanding feud between him and Jock.
A husband who suspects J.R. was with his wife menaces the Ewing women as a hurricane nears Southfork.
Pam is suspected of spying for her brother after Cliff acquires a document linking the Ewings and a senator in a shady financial deal.
Pam tries to convince Lucy to stay in school and out of trouble, but Lucy rebels instead and fakes an attack by her student counselor.
J.R. feels threatened because Bobby's new bride, Pamela, is the daughter of Digger Barnes, Jock's longtime enemy.