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'Dallas' Preview: Ewing Global Goes Public, Bobby Seeks Help From Tracey McKay

Judith Ryland (Judith Light). Photo Credit: Skip Bolen
As Ewing Global goes public, twists and turns abound while everyone scrambles to claim ownership as the third season TNT's Dallas continues on Monday, September 8 at 9 p.m. ET/PT.

In the episode, titled "Victims of Love," Pamela (Julie Gonzalo)struggles with what to do now that she knows Cliff (Ken Kercheval) didn't really kill J.R., and Bobby (Patrick Duffy) seeks the aide of an old flame Tracey McKay (guest star Melinda Clarke) to help get back control of the company. Meanwhile, Judith (Judith Light) and Harris (Mitch Pileggi) work to fix their own problems with the cartel, which ends up putting lives in the balance and aligning the Rylands and Ewings in a way no one ever expected.

Watch a sneak peek video below:



Also starring Josh Henderson, Jesse Metcalfe, Jordana Brewster, Brenda Strong, Emma Bell, Mitch Pileggi, Juan Pablo Di Pace and Linda Gray.

The episode was directed by Ken Topolsky and written by Taylor Hamra.

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