They’ve learned nothing. It’s the 21st century, filmed in rich “Friday Night Lights” hues of dappled sunbeams, and Bobby Ewing still leads with his heart, gullible as ever. Sue Ellen Ewing, the ex-wife triumphant, never stopped looking for the ladder’s next rung, campaigning now to become Texas’ next governor. That snake J.R. Ewing — played by Larry Hagman, who has had seemingly every major organ transplanted and yet remains immortally and devilishly present — sits catatonic in a nursing home, secretly alert to every detail, coyly mounting one last scheme to regain control over the chimerical Southfork Ranch.
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