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Dallas To Give J.R. a Proper Sendoff

The TNT Network says they will do J.R. Ewing right as his character comes to an end on the revised drama Dallas.Larry Hagman, who was linked to the character and the show since the late 1970′s, passed away from cancer just after Thanksgiving. J.R. will appear in some of the new seasons episodes when it begins airing in January.

The network is not saying how the character will be killed off in the series, but there will be a proper funeral for J.R.  The questions is how will the death of Hagman effect the series and what will keep Bobby and Sue Ellen busy with the new younger stars who are in the new episodes.

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