DALLAS PREVIEW: "Let Me In" - Steven Weber Debuts

Steven Weber & Mitch Pileggi - Photo: TNT
TNT's DALLAS continues its second season on Monday, April 1 at 9 p.m. ET/PT. Steven Weber makes his debut as the Texas governor.

In "Let Me In," a conspiracy emerges intent on keeping Christopher (Jesse Metcalfe) to blame for recent events and to cripple Ewing Energies. The Ewings' investigation into this conspiracy brings revelations in line with J.R.'s masterpiece and introduces a new adversary into the mix (Weber). John Ross (Josh Henderson) and Pamela (Julie Gonzalo) bond as he helps her comes to terms with a personal issue just as Christopher and Elena's relationship takes a turn. Meanwhile, Ryland (Mitch Pileggi) makes a move against Drew (Kuno Becker) to protect Emma (Emma Bell).

Watch the heartbreaking ending of the last episode and a preview for next week below:



Patrick Duffy, Linda Gray and Brenda Strong also star.

The episode was directed by Millicent Shelton and written by Aaron Allen.

2 comments:

  1. It’s not surprising that Pamela got hurt on the rig and I’m not surprised that Ryland’s man is placing the blame on Drew for the explosion. Ryland made sure that Drew would be completely at fault if anyone figured out that he’s the one that set the explosive on the rig. I was telling my co-worker that it’s sad that Pamela lost the twins and that I’m not even in the slightest surprised that Cliff would sacrifice his daughter just to win the game. The real question is how is everyone going to deal with the aftershock of this tragedy? How will Elena deal with her brother disappearing once again after she made a commitment to back him 100% on their father’s land?

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  2. I cannot wait to find out who the blond woman is in that final image with Bobby! Don't recognize her right off the top from the original series.

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