The world's first mega-soap, and one of the most popular ever produced, Dallas had it all. Beautiful women, expensive cars, and men playing Monopoly with real buildings. Famous for one of the best cliffhangers in TV history, as the world asked "Who shot J.R.?" A slow-burner to begin with, Dallas hit its stride in the 2nd season, with long storylines and expert character development. Dallas ruled the airwaves in the 1980's.
While on their honeymoon, Bobby and April face a surprise twist from Sheila Foley. Meanwhile, Cally begins to doubt her decision to work with James and J.R. tries to find a way to get himself out of the asylum.
After kidnapping April, Sheila forces Bobby to act as her husband. Meanwhile, James plays a risky game of high stakes poker; Cliff and Liz's relationship continues; and J.R. rounds the other inmates up to help him in tricking Morrisey into confessing.
April learns that she is being held against her will by Sheila. Meanwhile, an ally turns on Bobby; and Cally visits J.R. and makes an offer that would get him released.
Back in control of Ewing Oil, J.R. sets out to get even with James, Sly, and Melinda Carlisle. Meanwhile, Bobby makes a daring attempt to rescue April from Sheila.
James tries to convince Cliff to go after J.R. who is using the trouble in the McKay's marriage to his advantage. Meanwhile, after the funeral Bobby begins to hunt down Sheila and turns the blame for April's death on the greed that accompanies the oil business.
As Bobby continues to search for Sheila, Michelle blames Bobby for April's death. Meanwhile, James tries to find someone to take out his father; J.R. sends in a spy in the Carter's household; and Vanessa Beaumont arrives in Dallas.
Cliff, Liz, and Carter are named as suspects in the murder of Johnny Dancer. Meanwhile, Michelle offers to help Bobby find Sheila Foley; Cally confides in Vanessa; and J.R. and Clayton have a violent fight that leads Bobby to take action.
Bobby and Michelle travel to Odessa to find Sheila Foley and Cliff offers to help after they find a lead on her. Meanwhile, Vanessa accepts J.R.'s offer; LeeAnne De La Vega arrives in town; and Rose makes a confession.
J.R. tries to stop the sale of Ewing Oil to LeeAnn De La Vega. Meanwhile, Cliff spirals downhill, hurting his career; James frets over his mother's engagement; and Cally delivers surprise news to J.R.
J.R. is angered when he learns that James got Cally pregnant. Meanwhile, Bobby continues on the search for Sheila Foley; Cliff proposes to Liz; and Carter is named the lead suspect in the murder investigation.
LeeAnn and Michelle team up to try to break up J.R. and Vanessa. Meanwhile, Bobby learns Sheila's real name; and the verdict in the murder trial is delivered, but news from Cliff may change the outcome of the trial forever.
As LeeAnn's plot against J.R. unfolds, she skips town and leaves a surprise for Michelle. Meanwhile, Carter begins to plan his revenge after being released from prison and Bobby has dreams about April.
J.R. is kicked out of Ewing Oil by Michelle, who moves to Southfork with James. Meanwhile, Liz and Bobby wait in Malibu for Hillary Taylor's return.
As Bobby comes face-to-face with Jory, Hillary's daughter, J.R. begins to plot against LeeAnn.
Bobby is faced with a moral dilemma when Jory is kidnapped. Meanwhile, J.R. begins his plot against LeeAnn.
The men of the Ewing clan leave together on a cattle drive. Meanwhile, Carter goes after Johnny Dancer's real murderer and a surprise visitor arrives at Southfork in search of James.
Carter is finally able to accomplish what he set out to do -- seek revenge on Johnny Dancer's real murderer, Cliff. Meanwhile, Hillary learns that Bobby had met with Jory; and J.R. tries to get James and Michelle back together.
Michelle goes to Cliff for advice when she learns about James and Debra Lynn's past. Meanwhile, J.R. receives a shocking warning from his doctor.
Michelle and Cliff team up to make Debra Lynn leave Southfork. Meanwhile, J.R. and John Ross get into an argument.
James decides once and for all between Michelle and Debra Lynn. Meanwhile, J.R. and Bobby get into it over Southfork's future; John Ross decides he wants to live with Sue Ellen; and Hillary Taylor must face Michelle.
Depressed over the loss of Southfork, J.R. must partner up with Cliff. Meanwhile, Michelle is charged for Hillary Taylor's murder.
While contemplating suicide, J.R. has a visit from Adam who takes him on journey to see how life would be if the Ewing family had never existed.
Adam takes J.R. on an It's A Wonderful Life-esque journey just as Bobby hears a gunshot ring out from J.R.'s room.