Discussion in 'The Dallas Art Gallery' started by Sarah, Sep 16, 2016.
The kitchen kiss in the dream season?
Any update here?
Name the episode and I'll go watch the scene. I've just finished rewatching the series minus the dream season which I'm about to start on this week.
I've always liked the kitchen kiss because of how sedate it is, it's not some big moment of passion where they cut to black and you know they went to bed together, it's a sweet scene showing the two still have feelings for each other but can be shy and scared because of their past.
I need to rewatch the dream season - I only seem to remember the first few episodes well and the rest is very hazy.
Go for it @Sarah I look forward to read your new story dealing with Vanessa when it's done.
Also just if anyone's wondering which scene Sarah was referring to as "The kitchen kiss" it's this one:
So now go ahead and caption the images. What are they thinking?
That's the kitchen kiss (SWOON) but the scene I'm referring to is the one where Sue Ellen returns his kiss
Is this the scene you mean @Sarah?
Swoooon that’s the one!!!! Thanks @Justine
I just had an idea - we should do a comedy version of what they are thinking first haha!!
I need to rewatch the dream season and I intend to do so soon
Thanks for the recent clip and screen caps. Made me remember how much I love the Dream Season just for the J.R. And Sue Ellen story arc.
@Goldie !!!!!!! On Dallas' birthday too!!!!!
Thanks, Sarah! So glad you and the others are still swooning! Keep on going! And hey, did I read somewhere on here recently you're thinking about writing some JR/SE fan fiction for us? Please do! Woohoo!
And just a little more Dream Season above (wow, a screen cap from Soap Net ).
Well yes @Goldie however em... my begging... em... Paris Lights...? Are ya gonna make me sing?
Nice to see you around here again @Goldie
Okay so here's some screencaps for you to caption @Sarah
What are they thinking?
I second this. London Rain is great, Paris Lights needs to be written/posted.
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