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Dallas Season 1 Episode 5 ‘Truth Or Consequences’ Recap 7/4/12

Dallas returns tonight to TNT with an all new episode. On tonight’s show there is a lot of drama between the newlyweds.

If you missed last week’s show called “The Last Hurrah”, we have a full and detailed recap for you here.

On last week’s show J.R. couldn’t wait to pay a visit to Cliff and Sue Ellen basically to gloat about Bobby selling Southfork to someone other than them. Bobby and Ann planned a barbeque at Southfork before moving.

John Ross met up with Rebecca and presented her with the supposed proof that she sent the email to Christopher that broke up he and Elena. Obviously, John Ross is a “chip off the old block” and has set her up in order to blackmail her.

On tonight’s show, the drama reaches a an all time high for the newlyweds, Christopher and Rebecca as the deed for Southfork becomes relevant and causes family bonds and ties to completely shatter.

Ann counters J.R.’s machinations with some mystery person from her past. Meanwhile, Christopher realizes that he has to take his gloves off and fight hard for what he believes in.

Tonight’s episode is going to be an exciting and explosive one that you won’t want to miss, so be sure to tune in for our live coverage TNT’s Dallas tonight at 9PM EST! While you wait for our recap hit the comments and let us know what you thought of last week’s episode 4 of Dallas season 1!

DALLAS SEASON 1 EPISODE 5 ‘TRUTH OR CONSEQUENCES’ LIVE RECAP 7/4/12

disclosure: I was selected to participate in TNT’s Dallas Roundup Network. I was not compensated for writing this post, but have received a screener.

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