The Postmodern Prometheus-The X-Files
Gender Bender-The X-Files
Hamsterdam- The Wire
Legacy of Hate -Dallas
Alexis in Blunderland-Dynasty
Tankers, Cadavers to Chance-Dynasty
Chameleon Charades-Falcon Crest
Ebbtide's Revenge- The Golden Girls
Awesome, as usual, @James from London!
You list Laura as connected "romantically or sexually" to Ciji. I always saw their relationship as a friendship and the lesbian undertones just projected on them by Richard. Do you see a romantic aspect to their relationship?
1. James Cagney
3. John Garfield
4. Humphrey Bogart
5. Cary Grant
6. Bring Crosby
7. W.C. Fields
8. Clark Gable
9. Edmund Gwen
10. James Stewart
11. Joan Crawford
12. Lauren Bacall
13. Loretta Young
14. Bette Davis
15. Maureen O'Hara
16. Mae West
17. Ingrid Bergman
1. Gary Ewing- The most complex of the Ewing brothers, Ted Shackleford played him as not a weak man, but as a man who struggled with, and eventually triumphed, over, weaknesses. TS gave several emmy worthy performances and more than a few plots would have seemed empty without him. Knots...
This is an excellent and thought provoking thread started by @Kenny Coyote! It touches not just on Dallas but also social trends, freedom of speech, and ultimately the freedom to think critically.
The problem with any kind of censorship is that it is always a slippery slope. Once it's okay to...
Fun anecdote: I know someone who worked in a post office that Ms. Dunaway used frequently. Because of her difficult manner, none of the employees wanted to deal with her. The person I know is the only one who would. It got so that Dunaway would request this person, and only want to deal with...
JR to Kristin: "It takes brains to know when to be scared, and since brains are in short supply around here, I'll help you. Now's the time to be scared."
I don't know of that's the exact line, but it's powerful. It comes to mind lately every time I read current events. Seriously.
Davis also somewhat defended Joan when Christina wrote her tell-all. She said it was terrible to write such a thing after someone was dead and couldn't defend themselves.
There was also another interesting comment about her dim view of Cary Grant, compared to male stars with whom
At the very least make it a scheme on behalf of his (shock, gasp!) overbearing mother, played by a fabulous horror hag, of course. Kinda like the Rossinis on Falcon Crest.
Alternatively, could he not have been Cecil Colby's son? (Alexis had promised to destroy Blake and she failed).
Yes, she did. It carried into the first few episodes of season 2 and then she seemed to pull back a bit. However, it wasn't quite as irritating as it was with Adam. He came off as if he was auditioning for Shakespeare in the Park.