My love of American men didn't stop there. I wanted to go on wild adventures in the General Lee with Bo and Luke Duke, causing mischief and havoc all over Hazard County. I wanted to chase down criminals on motorbikes with the boys from CHiPs.
The show's creators seem to have found Dallas' decades-old plot so evocative of the evolving contemporary debate over oil and gas drilling and the environment that they couldn't resist resurrecting it. Perhaps they should have.
Sharp, tactful, and menacing, the show Dallas will easily have you drawn and locked in week after week. The familiar and unfamiliar will keep you in a state of upheaval and you'll love every second of it.
The point here is to cast light on the devil incarnate of the most recent Survivor, which concluded Sunday night on CBS. Machiavellian is too tame to describe the overconfident and somewhat deluded Russell Hantz.
Ever since Cat Stevens embraced Islam, the West has been clueless when it comes to accepting the former superstar. His latest release, Roadsinger, is a good start in rebuilding that emotional bridge to Stevens.