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Larry Hagman's Last Posthumous Scene Airs! See Dallas' Final Farewell To J.R. Ewing Here!

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And so another brilliant career ends.

Larry Hagman succumbed to cancer late last year and TNT aired the skilled actor's final scenes in Monday's doubly-dramatic episode of Dallas.

Ch-ch-check out Larry's heartbreaking last conversation with his pretend son Josh Henderson (above)!

He continues to be so dearly missed, so we're sure watching this episode was extremely emotional for Larry's survivors and the cast and crew.

In case you never saw the 1978 original, J.R.'s mysterious murder becomes the cornerstone of the entire series — so, as you can imagine, the show is about to get EXTRA intense!

See a clip from next week's episode…AFTER THE JUMP!!!

Whoa! Patrick Duffy hasn't looked this angry since he played Scuzzlebutt's leg in an early episode of South Park, LOLz!!

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4 comments to “Larry Hagman's Last Posthumous Scene Airs! See Dallas' Final Farewell To J.R. Ewing Here!”



  1. 1

    "In case you never saw the 1978 original, J.R.'s mysterious murder becomes the cornerstone of the entire series"

    Perez, WTF are you talking about? He never died in the original series. Man, sometimes I'm amazed at just how ignorant you are.



  2. 2

    I remember watching the original series with my late husband, we loved it. He was doing a lot of work at that time in Texas in a town 35 miles north of Dallas.
    And yes, I remember, JR did not die, in the second season (I think it was but may be wrong) it turned out to all be a dream that Bobby had.



  3. 3

    J.R. was shot, NOT killed, started the cliff hanger movement in TV shows. Patrick Duffy (Bobby) left the series for 1 year, then came back, so the year he was gone they passed off as a dream of Pamelas (everyone tries to forget that that happened).

  4. AlleyCat says – reply to this


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    ONEFINN is correct.