Executive Producer Cynthia Cidre and Director Michael Robin talk about the difficulties of keeping Larry Hagman's character JR on the show.
I Dream Of Jeannie: Season 4 clip - starring Barbara Eden, Larry Hagman, Bill Daily, Hayden Rorke.
Hotshot plastic surgeons Dr. Sean McNamara (Dylan Walsh) and Dr. Christian Troy (Julian McMahon) experience full-blown midlife crises as they confront career, family and romance problems over six seasons of this groundbreaking series. Set first in South Miami Beach and later moving to L.A., these cutting-edge stories range from funny to suspenseful to uncommonly powerful. Surgeries are graphically bold. Sexuality is rampant. Guest stars who go under the knife include Rosie O'Donnell, Joan Rivers, Kathleen Turner and Larry Hagman, among others. From Glee co-creator Ryan Murphy, Nip/Tuck is a prescription for entertainment unlike anything you've ever seen.
For J.R. Ewing, Season 13 is as unlucky as a steer at a Texas barbecue. He starts by lying and cheating Ewing Oil to the brink of destruction and ends by kicking and screaming in a psychiatric hospital. In between he tires of his pretty young wife, seethes while Cliff Barnes's political star rises and bumps into a past he didn't know he had. Meanwhile, Clayton and Miss Ellie investigate a multiple-murder mystery, folks from seasons past unexpectedly return to stir up trouble and Bobby stays busy removing J.R.'s knives from his back, chasing after a Pam look-alike, and bringing a new Mrs. Ewing to Southfork. Y'all come 'round and meet the happy couple!
Larry Hagman and Linda Gray talk about how the new Dallas came to be.
I Dream Of Jeannie clip - starring Barbara Eden, Larry Hagman, Bill Daily, Hayden Rorke.
Sean prepares for the arrival of the new baby.
L.A. continues to be the land of plenty for the relocated plastic surgeons of McNamara/Troy. An aspiring rapper wants more booty to shake, so would the docs please put some junk in her trunk? Can would-be vampires have those nasty neck wounds concealed? Can a yoga expert with a giant, uh, appendage have it shortened? Yes to all the above. And maybe everyone, even the docs, should also have a check-up from the neck up.
Season 5 wraps with 8 episodes of envelope-pushing surgery, surprise, silliness and seriousness. Yes, seriousness. Because Christian now battles the Big C. Sean copes with the aftermath of the knife attack. And Liz says "I do" to the last person you'd imagine. Time to stretch your imaginations, fans.
-Includes all 8 episodes from Season Five Part Two plus "The Science of Beauty" featurette.
Linda Gray says that after playing Sue Ellen Ewing for many seasons on 'Dallas,' she got bored of her character's bouts with alcoholism and affairs. Instead of asking for more money, Linda says, she asked the production staff to let her direct one episode of the hit series, but they refused. Watch as she shares how her friend and co-star Larry Hagman took up her cause.
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