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'Dallas' Update Draws 7 Million Viewers

TNT's Dallas, a continuation of the classic 1980s prime-time soap opera, premiered Wednesday with 6.9 million viewers, the most of any new scripted show on cable this year. What do you think?

  • “Oh, I bet they propped Linda Gray up in the background wearing something just ravishing, didn’t they?”

    Moe Hernandez Systems Analyst
  • “We should stop relying on oil dynasties and start making soap operas using alternative characters, like feisty social media barons and bitchy heads of NGOs.”

    Mila Dobler Walnut Farmer
  • “It's been a while since I've thought about Patrick Duffy. Not since his birthday a couple years ago.”

    Tom Weston Fuser Rebuilder

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