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A Tradition In The TV Industry?

Discussion in 'Dallas - The Original Series' started by Kenny Coyote, Sep 14, 2019.

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    I watched the scene where Afton says she's leaving Cliff, after he says he doesn't care that Bobby got shot, and they really gave Audrey Landers a powerful scene, which she played perfectly. She told Cliff he was the coldest man she's ever met and said she wasn't coming back. It may have been her best performance in Dallas.

    Is it a tradition in the TV business that when an actor is leaving a show, they give him or her a particularly good scene so that they can show off their acting abilities in a way that will improve their chances of getting hired on another show?
     
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