Executive Producer Cynthia Cidre and Director Michael Robin talk about the difficulties of keeping Larry Hagman's character JR on the show.
Linda Gray shares her memories of the late Larry Hagman, best known as J.R. Ewing on the hit 1980s show “Dallas.”
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.
Larry King reveals Larry Hagman's long-time dislike for smoking and how the star tried to make him quit.
J.R. may be down, but he's never out. After Ewing Oil collapsed in disgrace at the end of Season 10, some folks might expect Season 11 to feature a J.R. who's learned his lesson. But not Dallas fans - they know the only lesson J.R. ever learned was do unto others before they do unto you. So hang on to your Stetsons for 30 irresistible episodes of cheatin, lyin and tomcattin as J.R. claws his way back to the top. More drama: Bobby loses Pam but finds new romance. Cliff meets a broken-down wildcatter with dreams of gusher glory. Sue Ellen discovers that revenge is sweet. Two murder cases grab headlines. And a new crop of drop-dead gorgeous vamps with big schemes and bigger hair make life even more interesting for J.R.
Season 2 opens with Christopher and John Ross dueling over the vision for Ewing Energies. Meanwhile, Christopher seeks a divorce from Rebecca as a revelation upends the whole family John Ross launches a scheme of revenge Ann is blackmailed by her former husband.
Josh Henderson chats on the set of "Dallas" about working with Larry Hagman on the show. What's the best advice he's given him?
The recorded conversation of astronauts Neil Armstrong and Buzz Aldrin in space while practicing their moonwalk reveal their wonder and awe at their setting.
Linda Gray, an actress best known for her role as Sue Ellen Ewing on the TV series 'Dallas,' opens up about her final moments with her beloved co-star Larry Hagman. Watch as Linda shares memories from their last conversation.
President Nixon makes what he calls "the most historic telephone call ever made" when he calls the Apollo 11 astronauts on the moon.
Astronomer Michael Seeds of Franklin & Marshall College explains what a lunar eclipse is, and describes a lunar eclipse's successive phases.
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