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By having Bobby having the dream it changes the whole dynamic.
Bobby did go into cardiac arrest at the end of Swan Song - he saved Pam and Catherine was killed, nothing changes there, but by having Bobby wake from a coma it gives the idea just a little bit more legitimacy. It also means that SOME of the storylines, such as Ray & Donna's adoption can continue because they would have visited him in his coma to talk to him and it leaked through - instead of doing a complete re-set the show could continue some plots and dismiss others.
It never made sense to me that Pam had the dream when the most obvious idea was Swan Song happened and Bobby was in a coma,
Thanks for making me better understand the variant to Pam's dream. In reality, the Dallas dream season involves all the characters in a meaningful way. So, was true the Jamie's death, Mark's return, the outbreak of the Ewing offices, assuming everything was a Bobby nightmare? Did the only story of Ray, Donna and Tony really happen? I am less convinced of the dream than Pamela, although I would have better tolerated Bobby's death.