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"A House Divided" is the twenty-fifth episode of season three of the night time soap opera series Dallas and the fifty-fourth episode of the series overall. It was directed by Irving J. Moore with a script written by Rena Down. It first aired on CBS on Friday, March 21st, 1980 at 10:00 pm.

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  • Actor Steve Kanaly is credited in this episode, but his character does not make an actual appearance.
  • Actor James Brown is credited as James L. Brown in this episode.
  • This episode stands as not only the most famous episode of Dallas, but also one of the most famous television episodes of all time. The season three cliffhanger launched into a marketing campaign wherein CBS dared to challenge viewers to answer the question of, "Who shot J.R.?".

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  1. Credited, but does not appear in this episode.


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