Dallas (2012–2014): Season 2, Episode 13 - Love & Family - full transcript

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If I can get my mother to clear dad,

I'll inherit her shares of Barnes Global.

Take a look at this withdrawal slip.

The handwriting's exactly the same.

Christopher, your mother's alive.

We know what you're doing here, Governor.

Colluding with Harris
Ryland and Cliff Barnes

to destroy Ewing Energies.

Bobby: We stick with the plan.

We take Cliff down by taking his company.

If getting Barnes Global

is the key to getting Cliff,

then my mother's not
the only Pamela we need.

John Ross: It's your father.

He was behind the explosion
on the rig, Pamela.

Your daughter is on the rig.

Just do it.


Pamela: [Voice breaking]
My father killed my babies.

Put Ramos on the rig job.

I want him fully compromised.

No one was supposed to be on that rig.

What the hell did you do, Drew?

Elena: Who did this to you?

Promise me you won't tell anyone.

Okay, I promise.

It was Harris Ryland.

Ann: I found these.

You, more than anyone,
should know what it's like

living with my father and grandmother.

I also know the damage those can do.

Throw them away.

I don't need them anymore.


The loan committee got nervous.

So we sold the loan.

You sold it to whom?

Love a good fire sale.

Unless you can get your
hands on $200 million

within the next 24 hours, I will own you.


Couldn't sleep?

Been searching my father's files

from right before the explosion.

I need to find something.

To make him hurt?

But there isn't anything.


How do you know we'll find something?

Because I know.

Cliff: Fathers and daughters...

kind of a push-pull dynamic, isn't it?

I mean, you're trying to
get yours back into the fold.

I'm trying to atone for my sins.

[Chuckling] And not doing a very good job.

Speaking of family members,

I should think there's
enough zeroes in there

to get your trucking
company back from your mama.

She's a tough old bird, or so I've heard.

Yeah, but that broken leg
has taken its toll on her.

She's got a mind to retire now.


Well, maybe with her retirement

and you putting the Ewings out to pasture,

you can have a little peace of mind.

Oh, reminds me... next
time you see our Governor,

you tell him when it comes to reelection

that I'll be there for him.

Appreciate what he did with Tesha.

Not to mention running that pipeline

up the Ewings' ass for you.


Oh, eminent domain.

And who said that Latin
was a dead language?

You know, technically,

you haven't seized the
reins of Ewing Energies yet.

Don't worry about that.

That bank loan is coming
up due in 24 hours.

How in the hell is that family

ever gonna come up with $200 million?

They're pumping no oil,
they've got no cash reserve,

and no bank would touch them.

Yeah, but just remember those
Ewings are a persistent bunch.

I watched them go after me and
my Emma like a pack of wolves.

You just never know what they might do.

You know what I'm gonna do?

I'm gonna finish this bloody mary,

and tomorrow at high noon,

I'm gonna waltz into Ewing Energies

with my daughter by my side.

♪ Theme music plays ♪

I just talked to Bum.

He still hasn't been able
to locate Ken Richards.

We need him so we can turn
the screws on the Governor,

get the oil turned back on

before Cliff takes over the company.

Well, we're coming up with
dead ends on Ryland, too.

Every one of his trucks

that comes up from Nuevo Laredo is clean.

Yeah, well, he's anything but clean.

Ain't that the understatement of the year.

I got access to my father's
personal computer files,

but there's nothing in them.

I'm sorry.

Bobby: Another dead end.

Where you at on finding your mother?

You told her about that?

Pamela: I'm here, Christopher,

because my father has blood on his hands.

You can trust her.

My mother's been signing

and cashing Barnes Global dividend checks

for the past several years in Zurich.

Hopefully, the investigators
will be able to find her soon.

How will she help you with my father?

She owns a third of Barnes Global.

What, you didn't know that?


No, my father never talks about Aunt Pam.

Yeah, well, I'm looking to
get my hands on her shares.

He ever give you any?


Hmm, surprise, surprise.

All Barnes thinks about is business.

That's all he cares about.

So it's gonna be his
business that brings him down.

[Horse neighs]

Whoa! Whoa!

Stop fighting me! Stop it!


I got her. I got her.

Whoa, whoa.

[Horse snorts]

I got her. I got her.

Whoa, whoa, whoa. Easy, girl.

That's it. That's it.


That's a girl. [Sighs]

What's going on?

I don't know. She's
been fighting me all day.

Not with her, with you.


Emma, talk to me.

About what?

- Let me help you.
- I'm fine.


Is this about those drugs
that you found in my room?

They were legally prescribed,
and I gave them to you anyway.

It's about that, yes.

But it's also about how you've
been acting the last two days...

missing riding lessons, meals,

sleeping all day,

disappearing all night.

I didn't know I couldn't have any fun.

You're not having fun.

You're falling down a long, dark hole.

And when it happened to me,

there was no one there to catch me.

But I'm here,

and I'm strong enough for both of us.


- Hey.
- Hey, babe.


That bad, huh?

We're down to the eleventh hour now.

Cliff's putting the screws to us.

And now John Ross,

he decides to bring Pamela
totally into the fold.

I had to tell her about
my mother, the shares.


John Ross and Pamela deserve each other.

You just watch your back.

Yeah, I will.

What's this?

A Ryland red file.

Another pile of nothing.

I'm gonna go check in with my dad.

[Door closes]

Elena: Knock-off designer goods.

I swear, I didn't know what the cargo was.

[Sighs] I just wanted
to bag some extra cash.

What the hell did you do?

Knock-off designer shoes?

This is what you were transporting

from Nuevo Laredo, isn't it?

This is why you didn't
want me to go to the Ewings

after Harris Ryland beat the
crap out of you for dating Emma!

You were working for him.

Ellie, listen to me.

I lied for you.

How about you start telling me the truth

for once in your damn life?!

His name is Roy.

He's Ryland's first
lieutenant and my handler.

Did you know he also runs a
storage facility in East Dallas

suspected of being a drug drop?

I know the place.

I didn't know anything about any drugs.

No, you mean you didn't
want to know, right?

It was just "show me the money."

It's a job.

You take the job.

It's "don't ask, don't tell."

Spoken like a stupid mule.

Did you know Ryland may be hooked up

with the Mendez-Ochoa
cartel in Nuevo Laredo?

Drew, are you listening to me?!

All I know is that cargo I got busted for

down in McLennan County must
have been worth some weight

because Roy, h... he said

I owed his boss big-time
and if I didn't...

If you didn't what, Drew?
What? Keep driving for him?


Blow the Ewing rig.

I knew it was only
gonna be a matter of time

before I'd tell you.

And once the Ewings connected
Ryland to the explosion,

well, blame has a way of trickling down.

You built a bomb?

For Ryland?

He promised me there
wouldn't be anyone on the rig,

that planting the bomb

would just cause some
embarrassment of the Ewings

a... and give his boss an
edge on a business deal.

No, Drew.

I swear, I... I've gone
over and over it in my mind.

They tried to blame
me, but they set it off.

- I know it.
- How?!

Drew, how could you do such a thing?

They said they would kill you, Ellie.

- Bullshit!
- No, they... do you know...

Bullshit! You're a liar!

Hey! Do you know what
kind of man Ryland is?!

He made his daughter watch
while his men beat me.

You don't think he would have made me watch

while they killed you?!

There was no way out.

There was no way out!

People got hurt, Drew.

Two unborn babies died...
Christopher's babies.

[Exhales sharply]

I've been running in circles
since I realized it was Ryland,

trying to figure out a way
short of blowing their heads off

to stop them from hurting any more people.

You have to turn yourself in.

The Ewings... they will be smart enough

to see you were the only credible link

linking Ryland to the sabotage.

If your testimony can prove a
criminal conspiracy was at play,

I think maybe the Ewings will help you.

But you will pay a price, Drew.

Just don't be stupid and run from this.

[Door slams]

[Books slam]

I'm making lunch.

You want a sandwich?

Not hungry.

[Footsteps depart]

Is something going on?

When she lived with Harris and Judith,

they had her on tranquilizers.


She gave them to me,

told me she didn't need them anymore.

But she's addicted.

Oh, Annie.

I'm sorry.

Is there anything I can do?

Right now?

Just give me a hug.


I need to talk to you.

Where is he?

Well, his truck is still in the driveway.

Check for his bike.

Elena, I understand
your brother's connection

to Roy Vickers,

but to do Ryland's
bidding, to build a bomb...

He didn't know Ryland was
Roy's boss at the time.

What is that?

It's the deed to the
land you sold back to us.

Drew signed it over to me along
with his half of Ramos oil.

Bike's gone.

Along with his glock and some ammo.

What is it, dad?

Drew's full confession

about what he did and for whom.

All right, I'm gonna call Derrick.

With this, we can get an
arrest warrant for Roy Vickers,

but I don't think we can
convict him unless we find Drew.

Do you have any idea where he'd go, Elena?

No, I don't... I don't know.

You know he can't run from this.

I told him that.

I begged him not to.

I told him it would only make things worse.

You got that right.

John Ross: Yeah. All right.

Okay, thanks.

That was Uncle Bobby.

He said that it was Elena's brother

who sabotaged the rig for
your father and Harris Ryland.

There's a manhunt out for him right now.

[Elevator bell dings]

You expecting somebody?

Cliff: Hello! Anybody home?

Uh... dad.

What are you... what are you doing here?

Oh, I'm just going to celebrate

and take my little girl out to lunch!

Why do I have the feeling you
already started without me?

Well, you know, I'm just
counting down the hours

until we eat up Ewing Energies.

Ah, how do you spell hallelujah?

H... [chuckles]



Spell it any damn way we want to spell it.


[Elevator door closes]


[Indistinct conversations]

What's the matter, princess?

You've barely touched that food.

Too excited about tomorrow, I guess.

Well, I've been waiting for the
right time to give you these.

They belonged to your Aunt Katherine.

She willed them to me

with the rest of the Wentworth estates.

They're exquisite.

Well, you deserve exquisite,

because you are my princess.

Aren't you gonna try them on?

I want to, but...

I didn't do all this...

Christopher, Ewing Energies, the babies...

for an heirloom.

Aunt Katherine also left you
her shares of the company.

I want to be your partner in Barnes Global.

Well, I think you've had
enough champagne, don't you?

You don't need to patronize me.

If there's one thing
losing my babies taught me

it's that life is far too precious

to continue trying to
earn your love and respect.

If I don't have it by now,

then I guess I'm never gonna have it, am I?

You already have it, Pam. In spades.

Then give me my due.

Give me what came with this...

my Aunt Katherine's shares.

Do you want a partner or not?

Well, hallelujah.

[Glasses clink]


The explosion of the
Ewing Energy methane rig

injured at least a dozen people.

The ensuing investigation

resulted in a billion-dollar fine

- handed down by the Texas department...
- Hi, Harris.


You seen any of this?

Now there are indications...

I stuck my neck out on Tesha,

keeping this negligence verdict in play.

Now this come back to bite me?

Authorities have arrested a suspect

by the name of Roy Vickers of fort worth.

"Dallas News" has now learned

that a warrant has been
put out on Drew Ramos,

a 31-year-old
hispanic man

who previously worked as
a bomb-disposal expert.

That's terrific. [Remote slams]

'Cause now the entire world knows

that the methane rig was sabotaged.

And if that's not caddywhompus,

the two men who are
accused of blowing it up

are connected to my biggest
political contributor.

And don't even get me started

on trying to dissect the
ramifications of my office

issuing an eminent domain order

on the ranch land that borders Southfork!

Ramos boy lost his nerve,
ratted out Roy to the Ewings.

They have no evidence to implicate my man.

None whatsoever.

This isn't the first time

you've let your emotions
stir the pot, Harris.

You bring your daughter over from London

to wreak havoc with your ex-wife
and what does that get you?


Look, I realize that.

Roy's got to pack his bags
and go away... permanently.

The Governor's gonna agree with that.

All right, so, what's going
on with this Ramos guy?

We can paint him as a lone wolf

that had a grudge against the Ewings.

We've got tape on him, right?

Buying the bomb-making
components, chemicals.

Which you'll sneak anonymously to the press

and to Tesha, and the evidence
for the motive will follow.

So, what do you think?

This whole thing's just
gonna dry up and blow away?

I expect you to serve me well

when I take over Ewing Energies.

Once we prove that Christopher's
technology is not to blame,

then methane will skyrocket
the value of the company.

This just accelerates it. That's all.

Who wants another drink?

The manhunt continues for Drew Ramos,

a 31-year-old
hispanic man

and prime suspect in the Ewing Energies...

I know he's always been trouble, Mr. Bobby,

but he's not a killer.

[Crying] He would never do such a thing

unless he was forced to by
other people... bad people.

Elena: He was forced to.
I explained that to them.

Carmen. Carmen.

We have to talk to him

in order to straighten all this out.

Elena: Come on. Come on. Let's go.

In Iraq and Afghanistan...

John Ross: Pawn or no pawn,

there is no good ending
to this, you know that.

Drew's gonna have to man up.

Christopher: All I know is
he better turn his ass in

before I get my hands on him.


Elena also said that
Ryland is blackmailing Drew

over that cargo he got busted
for down in McLennan County.

You think there were
drugs stashed in the cargo?

I think we'd better get a
hold of the sheriff down there

and see if he's still holding it.

I'm on it.

I also talked to Lou Rose,

and he said now that Drew
has confessed to the sabotage

maybe he can get Tesha to
put a hold on that fine.

Well, Tesha's still gonna
want to interview Drew.

Do you think Elena knows
where her brother is?


You sure about that?

She would tell me.

All right.

All right.

The question has been answered.

[Door opens]

[Door closes]


This is a nice surprise.

Did you make Drew blow up that rig, daddy?

Honey, I warned you about that punk.

I told you he was an ex-felon.

Don't lie to me.

I know that man that they arrested...


He works for you. I've seen him here.

You had him use Drew

because you want to blame
him for this horrible mess,

because you want to take him away from me.

He was gonna turn himself in.

He was gonna tell the police everything

if I didn't stop...

Didn't stop what?

He cared about me, daddy!

I care about you!

Like you care about grandma?

Where is she?

- What did you do to her?
- She's fine.

She's at the best orthopedic
rehab center in Houston.

She's old, brittle, and
needs 'round-the-clock care,

and she's getting it.

Now, do you have any other questions?

You know, all this pain and suffering

could have been avoided if you'd
just done what I asked you to do...

gone to London, started
training to be an olympian,

but you turned your back on me,

starting slumming down at Southfork,

hanging with a convicted criminal,

the end result being what?

Being what, Emma?


And when you create
chaos, what can you expect?


Now, this happened 'cause of you,

'cause you lost control.

I cannot protect you from yourself

if you're not here with me.

Do you understand that?

Do you understand that?

Well, you look like hell, honey.

Are you still taking your meds?

No, I've run out.

Well, go upstairs and get you some more.

What I want you to do for me
when you get back to Southfork

is I want you to pack your things.

Will you do that for me?

I'm sorry. I can't hear you.


All right, then.

Court now calls case F13-75634,

the State of Texas vs. Roy Vickers.

Mr. Vickers, do you understand
that you're being charged

with conspiracy to commit capital murder

and for transporting counterfeit goods?

- I do.
- So, how do you plead?

Not guilty.

Does the party have any
other preliminary matters

we need to discuss before
we set this case for trial?

Your Honor...

it is quite clear that
the state does not have

legally sufficient evidence

to move forward with the
charges against my client.

The only so-called evidence

they have put forth at this juncture

is the uncorroborated testimony

of an alleged co-conspirator,

a Mr. Andres Ramos.

And where's Mr. Ramos?

Well, we are actively
looking for him, Your Honor,

but he is presently a fugitive.

We would ask the court for
permission to hold Mr. Vickers

for an additional 24 hours

to give the police time to find Mr. Ramos.

Mr. Vickers, the charges
against you are dismissed.

The state, of course, retains the right

to file charges in the future.

Bailiff, please see that Mr.
Vickers gets booked out immediately.

[Gavel bangs] Next.

[Camera shutter clicking]

[Footsteps approach]

Uncle Bobby?

On the phone you said you
had something to tell me?

Roy Vickers did not return home

after the arraignment, nor to his office.

He just vanished.

Ryland's doing, no doubt.

Also, since your daddy died,

I've had Bum following Cliff Barnes...

among other things.

I guess my father pegged you right

when he entrusted you with his secrets.


At their lunch,

Pamela persuaded her father

to give her 1/3 of Barnes Global.

Judging from your expression,

she hasn't told you about that.


No, not yet.

John Ross, I'm not sure

what's gonna happen with
Christopher and his mother.


- So we need Pamela's shares.
- It would help.

Give us something to fight Barnes with.

I'm also not sure

if I should ask you to
do something about that.

Do you love Pamela?


This isn't about love, is it, Uncle Bobby?

This is about our family, our survival.

Hell, I'm already halfway there.

[Knock on door]

- Man: Sheriff's department!
- What the hell?

Maybe they found Drew.

Mr. Ewing?

Evening, Sheriff.

Is your wife at home?

What's going on?

I need you both to come with me.

[Car doors closing]

So you know, she's still
under the influence.

They found these in her vehicle.

She was on her way back to Southfork.

She's going to jail. I
have no choice in this.

You can follow and bail her out.

Okay. We understand.

Are you all right?

Stupid raccoon in the road.

They found drugs in your car, Emma.


They're prescription! My prescription.

And where did you get them?

That's none of your business.

You've got a problem, sweetheart,

and it's high time you deal with it.

Yeah, you know all about
that, don't you, mom?

You told an entire courtroom full of people

how you did downers,
tranqs, anti-depressants.

That was then.

And then was when?

When you were what?

The same age as me.

When you were so screwed up

you took me to the state
fair in my stroller...

and then walked away!

You threw me back to my
father, to my grandmother,

to all of their controlling,
suffocating psycho-drama.

You escaped. You did four years.

I did 20, Ann!

I'm so sorry.

Just stop being a hypocrite!

[Police radio chatter]

But I am a hypocrite, Emma.

I knew deep down you had a problem,

but I was so afraid of
losing you, I did nothing.

And I almost lost you tonight, didn't I?

Well, this is not about me.

I'm not the one addicted
to prescription drugs.

You are.

And I'm not the one who needs help now.

You do.

I don't want your help.

We have to go.


As soon as she's booked, we'll post bail.

She'll be at Southfork tonight.

[Handcuffs click]


She's not coming back to Southfork tonight.

She was driving under the influence.

Let her spend the night in jail.

- What?
- Annie.

And we're not bailing you out

until you recognize you've got
a problem and agree to rehab.

Officer: Come on, little lady. Let's go.

Why are you doing this?!

Because I'm your mother!

Tell Derrick to make sure
she can't call her father.

They're hunting him
down like a wild animal.

Mama, don't go there.

[Cellphone rings]


Drew: Hey, it's me.

I... I changed my SIM card
so they can't track me by GPS.

Damn it, Drew. I told you not to run.

There's a manhunt out there for
you. Mama and I are worried sick!

Elli, I know they let Roy go.

I... believe me, he's
not coming back to work.

He's gonna stay down, keep low,

and I need to find him.

And how the hell do
you plan on finding him?

I know his habits. I'll find him.


But I am gonna need money.

Ayuda lo, you say he... he saved your life.

Help him.

[Speaking Spanish]

Don't call me again.

We will call you.

Mama and I will contact Joaquin,

see if there's anything he can do.

In the meantime, Drew,

you stay the hell out of sight.

Mama, give me your phone.

Take mine, okay?

Destroy it. Get rid of it.


Get dressed for church.



[Door closes]

Okay, great.

I got it. Bye.

Was that Drew?

You scared me.

No, I haven't heard from him.

It was the Dallas P.D.

- What did they want?
- I called them.

I remembered that Drew has
some army buddies in Austin,

so I gave the lead detective their address

in case he's hiding out with them.


I have to go change. Mama
wants to go to church.


you know, sometimes people are lost souls.

Your brother just
happens to be one of them.

Try telling that to my mother.

Woman: The manhunt
continues for Drew Ramos,

wanted in connection with Ewing Energies'

methane rig explosion
that is now being called...

Long lunch with daddy.

"Lunch" was an hour.

After that, I went back to Barnes Global.

I got him to give me my
Aunt Katherine's shares

in the company...


[TV turns off]

Are you kidding?

He just... gave them to you?

Actually, I asked for them.

Demanded them, if you really want to know.

Bet you put on quite a show.

You should be happy.

Even if Christopher doesn't
get his mother's shares,

I have leverage now.

Why are you looking at me like that?

Maybe I'm just seeing double.

I don't follow.

Well, they say opposites attract, right?

Well, that ain't the case with us.

You and I play the same game.

We scheme, we seduce, we betray,

and we've done all the above
to each other a few times over.

That was then.

Who's to say it ain't gonna happen again?

Hell, who's to say it
ain't happening right now?

I say.

Sure you do.

But who am I really talking to here?

I saw how well you flipped a
switch on your father earlier.

Who's to say you ain't
gonna flip it on me again?

Especially now that you know J.R.'s plan

to take your father down.

My father killed my babies.

How could you possibly think

I could ever side with him again?

It ain't your father that
I'm worried about you burning.

It's me.

What's to stop you from
siding with yourself

now that you got a major claim

in a multi-billion-dollar

I'm not doing that.

I give you my word.

Well, actions speak
louder than words, darling.

They always will.

What do you want me to do?

[Carmen speaking Spanish]

[Crying] You had a life
here again, another chance.

[Speaks Spanish]

What's going to happen to you now?

Sorry, mamí.

Disculpame, por favor.

Here's $5,000.

Thank you.

Here. Take this. Number's untraceable.

Call Joaquin as soon as you get to Mexico.

I'm not going to Mexico until I find Roy.

- Drew.
- I told you.

I want to make things right.

Be careful.

[Slowly] Find that oil.

Make papi proud.

[Speaks Spanish]

[Engine turns over]

[Engine revs]

[Cellphone ringing]


Yes, this is Christopher Ewing.

Hang on, please. Let me get to my computer.

Yes, please, go ahead and send it.

And will you stay on the line?

Thank you.

The Dern international
office in Switzerland

thinks one of their people saw
my mother at a bank in Zurich.

Oh, my God.

They're e-mailing over a photo now.

Is that her, Bobby?

It's been...

24 years since I've seen Pam.

And then it was after that car accident.

She was so badly burnt,

covered with bandages.

I can't tell.

I can't tell, son.

Man: Mr. Ewing?


Yes. [Door opens, closes]

Please keep her under surveillance,

but not approach her, okay?

I don't want to risk spooking her

and sending her back into hiding.

Yes, I'll be on the next flight to Zurich.


How was church?

Not enough prayers or candles,

as far as my mother's concerned.

I want to go with you to Zurich.

You do?

After all this upheaval surrounding Drew,

I need to get away from Dallas.

I need to be away with you.

That sounds good.

[Door opens]


[Sighs] Hi, Bobby.

I heard about the accident.

How's Emma?

And, uh, where's Ann?

Well, Ann's upstairs asleep.

Emma's in jail.

Christopher and Elena
are on their way to Zurich

to see if they can get Pam's
1/3 shares of Barnes Global.

At least someone's making progress. Not me.

Ken Richards is still
under a rock somewhere.

And I have been in meetings
with bank executives all day,

and not one of them

is willing to cover our bank loan.

$200 million's a lot to ask for, Bobby.

Well, J.R. always said,

"fortune and misfortune are just
two buckets from the same well."

I know this is hard, Bobby...

doing J.R.'s bidding.

No, Sue Ellen, this
isn't what's hard for me.

What's hard for me is
to think outside the box,

to do things in a way that
I'm not used to doing them,

which is usually just straight
up and straight forward.

I guess that's why J.R. thought

he had to spell things out for me.

What... what are you talking about?

[Cellphone chirps]


J.R. always knew that that was
Cliff Barnes' Achilles heel.

If J.R. were here with us right now,

he'd just smile and say,
"eh, let Barnes have his day.

Let that bastard go all in, think he's won.

Let him be the architect
of his own disaster."

Well, big brother...

as you wish.


I now pronounce you man and wife.

You may kiss the bride.

You doing this because you love me

or 'cause you hate your father?

I do.

Good morning. Good morning.

Anybody got a check for
$200 million around here?


Well, you can pay me with
or without conversation.

I'm afraid it's "no can do," Cliff.

Huh, okay. Well, if you'll just
give me the keys to your kingdom,

if you don't mind, which I'm sure you do.

I wouldn't get too
comfortable here, Barnes.

Oh, good God.

I can only imagine the look
on J.R.'s face right about now.

Me too.

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