I Meet The King in 1956 and Paul Simon Meets Two Stewardesses in 1992
- It's 1956, I am 3 and a half years old. My best friend is Corky. His dad is taking us, along with Corky's two utterly fascinating sisters, to the Central Park Zoo in his...
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Who Shot J.R.? All The Details On Larry Hagman's 'Dallas' Funeral
- NEW YORK — Who killed J.R.? That's the mystery propelling "Dallas" through the rest of its second season as a TNT revival.... ...
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It's like they never left. The mighty Southfork Ranch is bristling once again with secrets, schemes and betrayals as J.R., Bobby and Sue Ellen are joined by the next generation of Ewings, who renew old family rivalries and reignite a Texas-sized power struggle. John Ross -- J.R. and Sue Ellen's son -- is determined to strike it rich by drilling for oil on Ewing land, a plan opposed by Bobby's adopted son, Christopher, who wants the family business to focus on alternative energy sources. When tragedy strikes, Bobby becomes the unofficial caretaker of the Ewing family, and he will do whatever it takes to safeguard his interests, even if it means turning against his nephew.