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I have the breakdown for the rest of season three for you. My apologies for not having posted in a while, particularly with DALLAS back for the second half of season three. I’ve had a ton of personal issues going on and been very, very, very busy. I’ll try to have the last two episodes up in the gallery sometime this weekend and hopefully after this, the rest of the season in a timely manner.

“Victims of Love” – Monday, Sept. 8, at 9 p.m. (ET/PT)

Season 3 | Episode 3.12 |
As Ewing Global goes public, twists and turns abound while everyone scrambles to claim ownership. Pamela struggles with what to do now that she knows Cliff didn’t really kill J.R., and Bobby seeks the aide of an old flame Tracey McKay (guest star Melinda Clarke) to help get back control of the company. Meanwhile, Judith and Ryland work to fix their own problems with the cartel, which ends up putting lives in the balance and aligning the Rylands and Ewings in a way no one ever expected.

Directed by Ken Topolsky
Written by Taylor Hamra
Created by David Jacobs
Developed by Cynthia Cidre

“Boxed In” – Monday, Sept. 15, at 9 p.m. (ET/PT)

Season 3 | Episode 3.13 |
In the wake of a devastating family kidnapping, Bobby puts everything on the line to save lives. John Ross and Pamela form a truce of sorts. Elena, who’s been in hiding with Nicolas, finally learns the truth about his connections to the cartel, which sends her spiraling. Christopher desperately searches for Elena, fearing for her safety. And Bobby is forced to make a choice he never anticipated.

Directed by Rodney Charters
Written by Gail Gilchriest
Created by David Jacobs
Developed by Cynthia Cidre

“Endgame” – Monday, Sept. 22, at 9 p.m. (ET/PT)

Season 3 | Episode 3.14 |
While Christopher races to find Elena, Bobby is double-crossed by the cartel. No longer able to sit by, John Ross puts his own life on the line to attempt a rescue. Meanwhile, Nicolas tries to prove himself to Elena by making a deal with the authorities that puts him on a collision course with John Ross’ plan and places both their lives in jeopardy.

Directed by Millicent Shelton
Written by Bruce Rasmussen
Created by David Jacobs
Developed by Cynthia Cidre

SEASON FINALE: “Brave New World” – Monday, Sept. 22, at 10 p.m. (ET/PT)

Season 3 | Episode 3.15 |
In the electrifying third season finale, the Ewings and the Rylands finally force the cartel to pay the piper as some lives are saved and others are lost. Bobby and Sue Ellen form a new alliance to protect the family, which pits them against John Ross, who is still trying to regain control of Ewing Global and fix his marriage to Pamela. Snd Elena is pushed to the brink when she finds out the real depths of Nicolas’ betrayal. As the season comes to an end, enemies are unmasked, new alliances are formed, and John Ross learns a shocking secret about J.R. that sends him halfway around the globe in search of a surprising new cohort.

Directed by Steve Robin
Written by Robert Rovner
Created by David Jacobs
Developed by Cynthia Cidre
Guest Star Melinda Clarke

Posted by: mitch pileggi online

Sorry for not having these up yesterday after the return of the second half of season three, however, I’m in the middle of some personal issues right now and this is the first I could get to them. Some more amazing chemistry scenes between Mitch and Judith (Judith Ryland). The downside is Mitch only had one scene, though I’m glad Emma (Emma Bell) is finally back in the Ryland fold. Enough with her messing around with John Ross (Josh Henderson). Though I must confess, that hotel scene was pretty hot between her, Josh and Julie Gonzalo (Pamela Ewing). Yeah I’m shallow. Have to confess though I was hoping for something between Annie (Brenda Strong) and Harris. Damn!



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Finally, some news about where Harris Ryland is going in the second half of season three. Unfortunately, it’s not where I was hoping he would go. Cynthia Cidre apparently likes bad guy Harris instead of complicated Harris. Read on.

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Harris will return to his old ways. Fans have gotten to see a bit of a nicer side to Harris as of late, but don’t expect that to stick. “I was challenged at the end of season one because he was such a scumbag with Ann,” Cidre said. “And I said, ‘I bet you we can rehabilitate him.’ And everybody said, ‘You can’t do that,’ and I said, ‘Watch. We’re going to make his mother worse.’ And so we brought in Judith [Light]. And she rehabilitated him and then we made him part of the CIA, so we sort of got him halfway there and you see that he really cared about her and that there’s a lot that went wrong because of his mother. But Mitch [Pileggi] is so good at playing bad that believe me, by the time we’re done, we’ll be back there again.”


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Sorry these are…well, you know. It seems I’m always saying that. Can’t help it, I’m Canadian. So what did we think of the mid-season finale? Some interesting stuff there between Mama Ryland (Judith Light) and Annie Ewing (Brenda Strong). And that kiss right in clear view of Mama. Okay so she was looking out the window at the time it happened. Still we just know she’s going to go ballistic with Harris over it, or she’s going to go into stealth mode and do her worst there. Either way both Harris and Annie had better watch their collective. I’m also trying to remember the last time Mitch had a kiss with someone. I think it was Amy Gumenick (Mary Campbell) on SUPERNATURAL way back in the fourth season. I do not recall him having any kissing scenes as Caldwell on STARGATE: ATLANTIS or as Darby on SONS OF ANARCHY. Please Cynthia Cidre do not backtrack on this. Give Harris some kind of a heart and write him as more shades of gray…and I’m not talking Christian. Below a picture of the liplock.


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I’m sorry for not having gotten to this before, but I got slightly distracted when I uploaded the screencaps for the last three episodes of DALLAS. Sorry for being behind but life happens. We’re approaching the season three mid-season cliffhanger. I really do wish they wouldn’t do this. Either premiere the show in January and air all fifteen episodes together or don’t start the show till summer. But then no one asked me a guess. I’ve included Harris’ text to Candace (Jude Demorest) considering Mitch wasn’t in the episode physically. Anyway here are the screencaps. Enjoy. The featured photo below is of Harris’ text message to poor Candace.

  • [920] SCREENCAPS: DALLAS – E3X05 D.T.R.

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