Dallas (TNT series): Oh, my god! This is what I was I hoping the show was going to be like! (My quick thoughts on episode 1×05 Truth and Consequences)
After absolutely loving the first two episodes that made up the two-hour series premiere, I found myself being rather disappointed by the third and fourth episode, which is one of the reasons why I haven’t written my post for last week’s episode yet. I was starting to wonder if the only good episodes of TNT’s Dallas were going to be the first two episodes, but this episode proved to me what a great show this is going to be.
Part of the reason why I loved this episode so much is that I feel like the writers really amped up the action in this episode. Maybe this sounds weird, but watching this episode also reminded me of how much I’ve come to love the show Revenge. I’m really surprised that Rebecca confessed to Christopher that she’s the one who sent the email to Elena and that she’s been scheming with Tommy so quickly. I really thought that the writers would stretch that out at least to the end of the season. It will be really interesting to see how the writers will keep Rebecca around now that the truth is out and Christopher has kicked her to the curb. Part of me thinks that she’s going to end up finding out that she’s pregnant and Christopher will feel obligated to stay married to her for the sake of the baby. I guess it depends on how much of a soap opera the writers want to make that storyline.
Out of all the characters from the younger generation, John Ross continues to be my favorite. John Ross definitely comes across as a younger version of J.R., which makes him one of the most interesting characters on the show, if you ask me.
The whole thing with Ann asking her ex-husband, Harris Ryland, to stop doing business with Ewing Oil looks like that could potentially be a very interesting storyline. One thing is for sure though, Harris is beyond creepy. He doesn’t seem like the type of person that you would want to be forced to trust, not even if your life depended on it.
I have to say that I really missed not having Linda Gray in this episode. I’m really liking Sue Ellen so far, but Linda Gray’s absence from this episode didn’t affect my enjoyment of this episode too much.
I’ve only watched this episode once at the moment, and I watched it on Thursday morning, so I’m not ready to give the episode a final rating until I write my more detailed post on this episode. However, I do think that this just might be the best episode yet of the show.
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