The saga of the wealthy Ewing family continues in its sixth season - full of sibling wars, adultery, reconciliation and power struggles. Season 6 starts with ice: J.R. gets the cold shoulder when the family votes him out as president of Ewing Oil. And it ends with fire: Southfork ablaze, with four Ewings trapped by roaring flames. In between, J.R. and Bobby bare-knuckle it out in their biggest fight yet over Ewing Oil, thanks to their father's will. It seems Jock just couldn't decide who should inherit, so he split the company in half and gave his boys one year to see who could make the biggest bucks ? and win the whole shebang. Plus Bobby and Pam split up, J.R. and Sue Ellen remarry and J.R. sees Cuba's jail system from the wrong side of the bars. Add a Texas whirlwind of lying, cheating and bed hopping and, as J.R. might say, "Darlin', this here is Dallas!"
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"Dallas"' sixth season is probably the last of the entirely original years. As the most popular show on TV, "Dallas" was filled with surprises and intrigue, but by the time this season aired there were several cheap imitations making the rounds. In this season, Jock Ewing's will is read and the surprising contest it ensues captures the entire family. The writers aren't afraid to separate characters for entire seasons, and they begin to play more and more with the family dynamic at Southfork. As well as this, business intrigue gets thicker and heavier. The show would start to go downhill but this season is still "Dallas" at its finest.