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Well, it adds to the clash between the country and the city, the old and the new, the dirty and the shiny. Also, I think I vaguely remember reading that David Jacobs originally was gonna set Southfork in Dallas, but then found out there was no oil actually in Dallas and because Southfork is meant to have oil underneath it, he had to stick it somewhere else.But since they had decided to call their show "Dallas", why not simply "move" the ranch closer to downtown Dallas?
It doesn't bother me or anything, but I wonder why they would complicate the matter for the sake of realism. I mean, who knew where the ranch was located (for real)?