Black screen. “Dallas” over South Fork Black screen. Daughters of the Alamo meeting in the South Fork living room. Missy Ellie’s father’s portrait over the bar. The room filled with well healed women and silver framed pictures of Miss Ellie, Jock, Clayton, JR and his brothers, Lucy, a young John Ross and Christopher. Sue Ellen leads the meeting by the fireplace, talking about a fundraiser for the JR Ewing Cancer Center. In the corner two women whisper to each other. “If these walls could talk. I’d like to know what exactly went down with Jock stealing Miss Ellie from his best friend.” Video clip from Dallas: The Early Years. “JR and Sue Ellen, that was epic.” 3 video clips from Dallas: 1978 of JR and Sue Ellen. “And his other wives. I heard the one was bigamy, Ellie’s mom.” Elevator doors open and a beautiful blonde woman in her mid thirties walks off into a quite executive level office suite. “And that hillbilly’s son, Bo, I’d love to get my hands on him.” A tall, hunky, blond boy in his late twenties, dismounts a stallion, in his skin tight beige breaches, brown leather riding boots and white shirt, making much of his horse. “No John Ross. Now that’s epic. You hear about that Arab prince, turned out to be gay? I heard John Ross sent him back home. Those two are something else.” Video clip of Dallas: 2012 of John Ross caring Pamela in the rain. “Yeah and that girl he was seeing, almost got Christopher killed, got locked up in prison, something to do with a Mexican drug cartel.” “Yeah, don’t get in between them no matter how hot he is. You’ll get killed, or worse.” A ten year old boy runs into the room followed by an eight year old and a six year old. They hug their grandma. Sue Ellen says, “Sorry. Meeting ran late. Marilee. I’m not sure you’ve ever meet my grandsons. This is Jack and Cliff and Steven.” “Oh the next generation of Ewing’s. Handsome boys, Sue Ellen.” Opening Theme Song: Julia Gonzalo as Pamela Barnes Ewing Linda Grey as Sue Ellen, Lady Maitland Josh Henderson as John Ross Ewing, III Alex Landi as Andy Wendell Byung-hun Lee as Jeremy Wendell, II William Levy as Marcos DelSol Anderson Alexander Ludwig as Bo Ewing and Amanda Seyfried as Ellie Ewing with Jeffrey Wright as Geoffrey Rosemont Note based on the original cast: Pamela as the Ray character Sue Ellen as the Miss Ellie character John Ross as the Jock character Andy: as the Pam character Jeremy: as the Cliff character Marcos: as the Sue Ellen character Bo as the Bobby character Ellie as the JR character Lucy character pending The meeting breaks up and the women walk out the back of South Fork. The two gossipy ladies from before notice a gorgeous Hispanic man walking out of the pool, dripping wet and in nothing but a tight pair of trunks. “That’s Marcos DelSol, Ellie’s husband.” “Doesn’t he work?” “He’s suppose to be in charge of the DelSol Group’s American investments. I guess it’s not a nine to five job.” “He’s Punk and Mavis’s Grandson. Went to Andover, Yale and Oxford. And he’s a champion polo player.” “What a lucky woman.” Ellie holds out her hand over her desk and says, “Mr. Rosemont.” The two shake. “Geoffrey, please.” “Certainly. And please call me Ellie. Please make yourself comfortable. Welcome to Ewing Industries. How may I help you?” “You have an impressive company here. Your brother founded it?” “John Ross? In a sense. He created it yes, but the original piece, Ewing Oil, was created by our grandfather Jock Ewing.” “Yes. 1930. But this conglomerate, you’ve got Ewing Alternative and Wentworth Tool and Die as well.” “Yes. Ewing Oil is a field services company now. That’s what you inquiry was about.” “Yes and thank you for seeing me.” “Well SinoPet speaks for itself. Leases off the South China Sea?” “Yes. Methane to be exact. Between Ewing Alternative and Wentworth Tool and Die you are the only one who has the technology they need.” “Well then we have a problem. I’m not going to be able to hand over such technology at any price to a company which is a wholly owned state enterprise of the People’s Republic Of China.” “Your Uncle Bobby is a Congressman on the House Committee on Foreign Affairs. Your Aunt Donna a former Secretary of Energy. Senator Brown is on Appropriations. Certainly you have sway in Washington.” “That’s something I’ll have to discuss with my family.” “Well I’m certain the support of the company President will be helpful.” “What you can be certain of, the Ewing’s will do what is best for our family.” “Fair enough.” Bo works in the harsh wind and salty mist of a Gulf deep sea oil rig. Pamela grooms thoroughbred horses while meeting with the ranch foreman about acquiring the Henderson property. Ellie comes in from the back to find the family gathering in the living room for cocktails, Sue Ellen sitting on the sofa with Pamela, Marcos in a chair next to the fire place facing them, the kids at a table coloring. John Ross hands Ellie a Dubonnet Cocktail. “So, what’s this I hear about a JR Ewing Cancer Center Dinner Dance?” “Yes. It’ll be an annual event to keep giving to the cancer center. The Foundation will match every dollar raised.” “Well Sue Ellen, I find your philantrophy awe inspiring." “Ellie, you sound just like you’re father.” “I’ll take that as a compliment.” “Probably best.” John Ross hands her another drink and with one already in hand she says, “What’s this? I’m not done with the first one.” “Bottoms up. I want you to be prepared for when Bo walks in here.” “Bo? Why? What’s he done?” “That’s for him to say.” Sue Ellen says, “Oh come on. What do you know?” Hearing foot steps, John Ross says, “That’s him. Just handle this Ellie.” “Handle what?” Bo walks in the living room with a beautiful, older, Asian man and says, “Hi everyone. You know Andy Wendell.” A round of “hi’s” and “welcome’s” comes from everyone buy Ellie. “Andy and I got married this afternoon.” Shock comes over everyone’s face. Sue Ellen is the first to stand and congratulate them, then Pamela and Marcos. Finally John Ross offers his hand to one and then the other. They turn and look at Ellie. Ellie having downed the first drink sets the second down, stands and holds out her hand, “Welcome to the family Andy.” They shake. “Thank you Ellie.” She then wipes her hand on her pants, disgusted, and picks up the second drink, carrying it out of the room with her. Marcos says, “That went really well, I think. So Andy, don’t you own the Diamondback Club in town?” “Yes. I’ve been working on getting it off the ground.” “Oh I’m sure you’ll do fine. I’ll bring in some of my friends over lunch sometime this week.” “That’d be great.” John Ross puts his hands in the back of both Andy and Bo and says, “Let’s head into dinner.” In the dinning room Sue Ellen sits in Miss Ellie’s chair, John Ross in Jock’s. On John Ross’s left sits Pamela, Marcos, Andy and Cliff. On John Ross’s right sits Jack, Ellie, Bo and Steven. The dinner is served to them. In the dusky hours of the morning John Ross goes over financials in his study, looks up and says, “Mornin’ Angel.” Drew Ramos’s twin brother says, “Morin’ J-Ro,” and sips on a huge mug of coffee. “Branch Water was in the news.” “You do find the most obscure news articles.” “A private mercenary and clandestine company doesn’t belong in the news of any kind.” “He’s a conspiracy nut. But I’m working on it.” “Good. Good. Geoffrey Rosemont?” “He’s hard to figure out. His firm provides consulting services for foreign companies looking to do business with American companies.” Ellie walks in next. “What the hell. Andy Wendell.” Angel says, “So she heard.” “Bo brought him to dinner last night.” “You knew?” Ellie asks. “Of course I knew. They’ve been seeing each other for sometime. It could be worse. It could be Jeremy.” “Oh God. Why would he even see a Wendell? They’re termites. Who sees termites.” “You can say that in here, but watch your mouth out there. Bo’s in love.” “And Andy doesn’t hate us like the rest of the Wendell family?” “Well, I guess he doesn’t hate all of us. Our father and Uncle Bobby get the blame for the first time putting Jeremy Wendell in prison.” “And you and I the second time.” “Where he died,” Angel interjects. Ellie says, “It’s just absurd. It’s like Pamela blaming us for the Barnes feud. Cliff was bat crap crazy. She should thank us for getting him into a comfortable nut house on the ocean down there.” “Pamela knows what her father is.” “Well at least all the Barnes’s are gone or are now Ewing’s, well sort of Ewing’s anyway. But the Wendell’s, they’re like rabbits. And while they’re gunnin’ for us Bo goes and brings one home.” Another man walks in, shortish, dark wavy hair. Ellie says to him, “Benny. What does it take to get an annulment.” “You want to annul your marriage with Marco?” “Oh heaves no. He’s a Anderson and a DelSol. No I’m talking about Bo and Andy Wendell.” “Bo married Andy Wendell?” John Ross intervenes, “Ben can’t annul Bo’s marriage for you.” “Of course he can. Benjamin Levin is the greatest legal mind of our time. So how do you annul this travesty?” “You mean against his will?” Ben asks. “He’s a Ewing male. They don’t think with their brains, so of course against his will.” Ben and Andy wrestle naked on the bed until they roll off onto the floor. Andy tries to silence him. Ben explains that everyone is down stairs by now. They wrestle to see who is on top. Pamela sits by the pool going over the week’s dinner menus with Charlotte, the housekeeper. Marcos reads the newspaper. Sue Ellen comes out with the boys ready for school, helping them with the buffet. Pamela says, “Sue Ellen, will you be able to take the boys to soccer practice today? I’ve got a colt should deliver today and the vet’s coming out to check on heard before they’re moved. I want to get him to look in on the new mother and son. She’s had a hard pregnancy.” “Sure. That’d be fun. Just some foundation meetings this morning and then I’m free. How’s that sound? Grandma will be at your practice.” The boys cheer. “This Callie you’re worried about?” “Yes. I’m worried about her. But with the colt’s father, he’s bound to be a beautiful champion.” “Dallas Dancer?” “Yes.” John Ross and Ellie walk Ben and Angel out of the back of South Fork, showing them off to their cars before heading to the breakfast buffet. “So the newlyweds aren’t down yet?” Ellie asks. Sue Ellen says, “I was thinking we’d have dinner at Andy’s restaurant tonight.” “That’s a great idea,” Pamela says while standing, dabbing her lips with a napkin and pushing in her chair. “Do all you in-laws stick together?” Ellie asks. “Do you always have to be so obnoxious? Can’t there be one redeeming characteristic in him you find?” “He’s not a Barnes.” Pamela pushes Ellie into the pool and walks away. Ellie calls out, “Don’t go away mad,” while treading water. Sue Ellen and Marcos try to hide a smile. John Ross bursts out laughing, followed by the boys. Bo and Andy, having come out of the back of the house, ask what’s going on. Sue Ellen replies. “Ellie was telling us the good things about having Andy in the family.” A door labeled “Jeremy Wendell, II; Chairman and CEO Lone Star Investments, LLC. In his office Jeremy meets at a round table going over a South China Sea oil deal with some businessmen. It’s explained that without Ewing technology the investment’s worthless. Rosemont climbs up into his private plane to come face to face with John Ross sitting in a chair waiting. “Geoffrey Rosemont. Senior Partner. Walker, Daniels, Rosemont. I hope you don’t mind. I figured this would be the best place to meet. Of course you’re wondering what happened to your staff. They’re safe.” “John Ross Ewing, the third. Chairman of Ewing Industries. I may have under estimated you.” “I didn’t get to where I am because my daddy just dropped me off here.” “I’m well aware. Though your father did kill himself to avoid going through a long and painful fight against cancer or to avoid paying estate taxes, or so the rumors go.” “I haven’t underestimated you. I’m sure you know a lot more about me and my family, just as I do about you and yours.” “Your father left you mother a share of South Fork oil and you a share that he wanted you to use to set up a family foundation. He also left you a task, to put together Ewing Industries. Carlos DelSol helped you bankrupt your mother and uncle, to take Ewing Global from them. And Judith Brown helped you acquire Ryland Shipping as well as put Harris Ryland in prison to stay. Oh, and use his CIA contacts to create Branch Water. Your grandad, Jock Ewing, left you shares in Cyberbite and Clayton Farlow left you shares in Cattleman’s Bank, which has become DCBS. Then JR left you a third of his shares in West Star, a third to your sister and a third to your brother, all tax free. You’re not exactly a self made man. But obviously you’ve got a tick or two.” “I’ll do what it takes. No part of Ewing Industries is working with you, SinoPet or the Wendell’s. Try and push it and I’ll push back.” “I believe you just might.” “Mr. Rosemont, the world is littered with the bodies of people that tried to stick it to my family."