Dallas

Dallas (1978)

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Corrected entry: The entire ninth season of "Dallas" was subsequently revealed to be a dream that Pam Ewing had. This opens up a vast can of worms. One glaring problem was that Katherine Wentworth had been actively scheming against Pam and Bobby throughout the eighth season; it was she who supposedly killed Bobby at the end of that season, hitting him with her car (though aiming for Pam) in a crash that killed her as well. But that happened in the dream. When Pam woke up, it was supposed to be the next morning, immediately following the events in the last episode of the eighth season before she went to sleep. Why, then, is Katherine Wentworth no longer anywhere to be found?

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Correction: Katherine Wentworth does in fact show up once again in Season 11 to visit Pamela Ewing after her fatal car crash. When Bobby finds out that the somewhat insane Katherine has been visiting Pam's hospital room, he warns her not to come back and hires security for outside of her room.

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