JR: Well, what is it this time? Another one of your phony striptease shows?
Sue Ellen: You might call it show-and-tell.
JR: Now listen, Sue Ellen. I’m fighting to hold on to Ewing Oil. Wes Parmalee is breathing down my neck… I am in no mood to play any of your games.
Sue Ellen: JR, darling. With your world as tough as it is you need a little amusment. And I have just the ticket. You stay right there. Family entertainment has to be shared to be appreciated. Now, this won’t be airing until next week, but I wanted you to see it first.
Talk Show Host: We have a very interesting show for you today. We have a panel of successful business executives. All of them are women. All of them have made it in a man’s world.
JR: Watching a flock of hens that can barely carry a briefcase is not my idea of fun.
Sue Ellen: JR, will you just look and listen.
Talk Show Host: Our first lady is our most recent success story, probably our most dramatic. She has brought a woman’s point of view into a male-dominated world. Now, most of you would say a male-chauvinist world. But this lady, in a remarkably short period of time has taken a struggling hole-in-the-wall business and turned it into a big, big moneymaker. And catapulted one very happy young model into fame, fortune and Hollywood. The owner and the creative force behind Valentine Lingerie, Sue Ellen Ewing.
JR: That was brilliant, Sue Ellen. My compliments.
Sue Ellen: I had a great teacher.
10.12 Something Old, Something New