An in-depth look into television's first Hip Hop drama, featuring interviews with creators Lee Daniels, and Danny Strong, producer Timbaland, stars Terrence Howard, Taraji P. Henson and more.
An extortionist threatening to blow up Ewing 23 gives J.R. an opportunity to put a halt on his fading fortunes with the company and the family by out maneuvering Bobby. In the meantime, Ray has to come to grips with his new found identity and face the fact he may be losing Donna to Cliff Barnes.
An extortionist threatening to blow up Ewing 23 gives J.R. an opportunity to put a halt on his fading fortunes with the company and the family by out maneuvering Bobby.
Bobby, Ewing Oil's new president, finds the power intoxicating, which promotes apprehension in both Pamela and J.R., but for different reasons. Bobby works hard to buy an oil refinery, something Jock has always wanted and which J.R. could never accomplish. When J.R. learns of his intentions he tries to sabotage Bobby's plan which leads to another inevitable clash between the two brothers.
Bobby, Ewing Oil's new president, finds the power intoxicating, which promotes apprehension in both Pamela and J.R., but for different reasons.
As a special school activity, Miss Beadle allows the children to create group skits that they will later perform for their parents. Mary and Laura team up with Nellie and Ginny Clark, a lonely young girl whose widowed mother has been neglecting her daughter's emotional needs. Meanwhile, Willie is having trouble getting the other boys to perform "Tom Sawyer" with him.
The young son of a recently killed Sioux Indian, moves to Walnut Grove with his Caucasian mother Amelia. Amelia's father agrees to let them stay with him, but is ashamed that his daughter married a Native American and ostracizes the child. Spotted Eagle endures harsh treatment from his insensitive classmates, but the Ingalls girls become his only friends.
A proud Southern belle, imprisoned in a pit with Caine (DAVID CARRADINE), learns that serving others and being served are folds of the same garment.
Shackled to a brute of a man thirsting for his enemies' blood, Caine (DAVID CARRADINE) probes the cause of his hatred and leaves him transformed in the wilderness.
Caine (DAVID CARRADINE) goes manhunting to teach a little girl (JODIE FOSTER) the importance and fragility of human integrity and to heal the wound in her soul after she has saved him from the gallows at the cost of her sense of innocence.
The unexpected arrival of the Waltons' cousins creates havoc in the home, but John-Boy learns a good lesson from Grandpa.
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