OhioChessFan: Laughing myself silly at JR. Some more:
If you're going to climb into bed with J.R. Ewing, you'd better not get cold feet.
There's nothing like the smell of money to get the relatives out of the woodwork.
Tomorrow the janitor is gonna come in here and sweep you out with the rest of the trash.
It's only slander if it's not true.
If Barnes put two and two together, he'd get three.
Talking is the second best thing I do.
Alright, if you want to ruin your life go ahead. But you're a whole lot dumber than I ever thought a brother of mine could be. With the exception of Ray and Gary of course.
I never liked you a whole lot, Pam, you know that? But I didn't think you were stupid 'til now.
Well, the bar's closed or were you just eighty-sixed?
You know what happens if we're not free to wheel and deal? We'll go out of business!
Just like his daddy, using brawn over brains!
Sue Ellen, why don't you have the parking attendant fetch your broom so you can fly on home?
Mama should have had her tubes tied right after I was born.
Ewing's the name, oil's my game!
Your daddy is the Robin Hood of the oil business. Yeah, I steal from the poor and give to the rich.
It takes brains to know when to be scared, honey. And since there's a short supply of that around here, let me tell you something. Now is the time to be scared.
Hey Pam, it's getting kinda late, shouldn't you be out meddling in someone's life?
Let me do the thinkin', it works out better that way.
You know, I almost forgot how much fun it was grinding you into the dirt.
I've never seen a woman open her mouth more and say less.
I've despised you ever since the day Bobby brought you home.
Saying terrible things is part of my charm, I suppose.
I happen to be an expert in devious behavior.
Jessica Montford: Do you often lurk in doorways listening to conversations?
J.R.: Well, how else would I know what's going on around here?