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Gen Xers (and a Xennial!) who were too young to watch Dallas the first time (yet totally did!) rewatch the episodes, review, discuss, laugh and have semi-deep discussions about it.

The Ewing Barbecue Podcast Mary Hutter

    • TV & Film
    • 4.8 • 28 Ratings

Gen Xers (and a Xennial!) who were too young to watch Dallas the first time (yet totally did!) rewatch the episodes, review, discuss, laugh and have semi-deep discussions about it.

    S4 Ep 11 End of the Road, Pt 1

    S4 Ep 11 End of the Road, Pt 1

    Season 4, Episode 11: The End of the Road, pt 1


     


    Written: Leonard Katzman


    Directed: Irving J Moore


    Aired: January 16, 1981


     


    Mitch’s family arrives in Dallas for the wedding, and JR notices his sister Afton.


     


    Bobby still can’t handle even a conversation with Pam. Meanwhile, Alex Ward is trying to woo her.

    Miss Ellie becomes interested in joining Cliff, Donna, and Dave Culver in saving Takapa wetlands.


     


    JR has a really good plan to make Jock pissed at Bobby.


     


    COME BUY US A DRINK!


     


    Patreon: www.Patreon.com/EwingBBQ
    Venmo: grrlskout (x9288)


    Merch: https://www.teepublic.com/user/the-ewing-barbecue


    Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/groups/EwingBBQ/


    Instagram: EwingBBQ


    Twitter: BBQEwing


     

    • 1 hr 27 min
    S4 Ep 10 Executive Wife

    S4 Ep 10 Executive Wife

    The Ewing Barbecue


    Season 4, Episode 10: Executive Wife


     


    Written: Rena Down


    Director: Leonard Katzman


    Aired: January 9, 1981


     


    Lucy and Mitch get engaged. Miss Ellie wants her to wait.


     


    Bobby as NO time for Pam. Know who does though? A dude named Alex Ward!


     


    Bobby needs to raise 12 million to get into a deal with the Cartel. Jeremy Wendell offers him the money, but he has to sell all the oil to him, which would screw over all the people they’ve been in business with for a million years. Bobby can’t do it.


     


    It’s the episode where Jock says, “Power isn’t something ya give, it’s something ya take!” Classic.


     


    COME BUY US A DRINK!


     


    Patreon: www.Patreon.com/EwingBBQ
    Venmo: grrlskout (x9288)


    Merch: https://www.teepublic.com/user/the-ewing-barbecue


    Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/groups/EwingBBQ/


    Instagram: EwingBBQ


    Twitter: BBQEwing

    • 1 hr 10 min
    S4 Ep 09 The Prodigal Mother

    S4 Ep 09 The Prodigal Mother

    Season 4, Episode 9 The Prodigal Mother


     


    Written: David Paulson


    Directed: Irving J Moore


    Aired: January 2, 1981


     


    Pam finds her mother. 

    Mitch has some seriously annoying issues about "rich people". 

    Everyone attends Dave Culver's fundraiser.

    Bobby is a JERRRRK! 




     


    COME BUY US A DRINK!


     


    Patreon: www.Patreon.com/EwingBBQ


    Merch: Working on it!


    Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/groups/EwingBBQ/


    Instagram: EwingBBQ


    Twitter: BBQEwing








     

    • 1 hr 4 min
    S4 Ep 08 Trouble at Ewing 23

    S4 Ep 08 Trouble at Ewing 23

    Season 4, Episode 7: Trouble at Ewing 23
     


    Written: Louie Elias
     
    Director: Leonard Katzman
     
    Aired: December 19, 1980
     
    Schizz is going down at Ewing 23! JR is a jerkface, Bobby cries, and Ray tells people to actively look for a bomb... (terrible idea, Ray...) 
     
    This is the last episode for 1980!
     


    COME BUY US A DRINK!


     
    Patreon: www.Patreon.com/EwingBBQ
    Merch: Working on it!
    Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/groups/EwingBBQ/
    Instagram: EwingBBQ
    Twitter: BBQEwing

    • 52 min
    S4 Ep 07 The Fourth Son

    S4 Ep 07 The Fourth Son

    Season 4, Episode 7: The Fourth Son


     


    Written: Howard Lakin


    Director: Irving J Moore


    Aired: December 12, 1980


     



    The creepy old guy who's been stalking Ray and Jock outs himself as Amos Krebbs - Ray's long-lost Daddy! Ray is not happy to see him. So, then Amos turns to Jock. He reveals that although he was married to Ray's mom Margaret - Margaret was already pregnant - having had an affair with Jock during WWII. Doh!


    JR basks in the glory of Bobby having lost all that money when the tanker went down. It's almost as if he knew it would happen...? Because of the lost oil, Bobby makes some tough decisions at work that doesn't sit well with his conscience.


    Pam is having some major life revelations and Bobby does not give af.

     


    COME BUY US A DRINK! 


     


    Patreon: www.Patreon.com/EwingBBQ


    Merch: Working on it! 


    Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/groups/EwingBBQ/


    Instagram: EwingBBQ


    Twitter: BBQEwing


     

    • 1 hr 15 min
    S4 Ep 6 The Venezuelan Connection

    S4 Ep 6 The Venezuelan Connection

    DALLAS


    Season 4, Episode 6


    The Venezuelan Connection


    Written: Leah Markus


    Directed: Leonard Katzman


    Aired: 5 December 1980


     


    All Bobby can talk about is The Refinery and frankly everyone is sick of it. 


    JR goes out of his way to get in Bobby's way.

    Lucy throws a "little" barbecue for Mitch. 


    Jock runs into Punk Anderson who has a proposition. 

    A creeper follows Jock. 


     


    COME BUY US A DRINK! 


     


    Bourbon Fund: https://paypal.me/pools/c/8mmPMHd799


    Merch: Working on it! 


    Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/groups/EwingBBQ/


    Instagram: EwingBBQ


    Twitter: BBQEwing


     

    • 1 hr 19 min

Customer Reviews

4.8 out of 5
28 Ratings

28 Ratings

Ducker all ,

Very fun

Watched the show as a kid when it aired. Then again in college in the 90s. Always a fan. During the pandemic I started having very weird dreams. One of them referenced the dream season on Dallas so I started down a YouTube rabbit hole. Last summer while working from home I checked on Prime and found it, with commercials. So I put one episode on a day while working, starting with the dream season until the end and now I am starting over. I have seen them all so many times I don’t have to pay close attention so it’s good to have on as background. I started to wonder if anyone was doing a podcast and found this. I started in season 2 and will keep listening as I watch. You all do a great job. It’s very enjoyable. On a funny note, I don’t remember your names but the one of you from Alabama sounds exactly like my sister in law , who grew up in Dallas and still lives there. I thought it was a Texas thing but I guess not. I played it for my wife and I she couldn’t believe how similar it is. Been to Dallas twice a day the Ranch once. That’s my level of fandom. Thanks for doing this and helping us get through long drives and the workday. Bottoms up!

mousekerper ,

Big Dallas Mood for Big Dallas Fans

New fan of the show thanks to quarantine, big fan of the pod. Y’all have armed me with so much useless Dallas knowledge and no one to talk about it with.
Xoxo, friend of the pod/millennial Dallas fan

ajernbsn ,

So glad I found this podcast!

I watched the original Dallas years ago and recently started re-watching during this pandemic.
So many great memories watching this show with my Mom and Dad back in the day!
I happened to find this podcast & I am LOVING it!!
You guys are doing a fabulous job and you simply MUST go all the way through the entire series!
Keep the episodes coming! 🌟🌟🌟🌟🌟

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