“Now this is a fine state of affairs. We’ve
been married less than twenty four hours, and my new
bride doubts my veracity.” Bobby tries to
convince Pam he’s not nervous about taking her
home to meet the family.
(“Digger’s Daughter” Episode 1, 1978)
Last line -
Before leaving for Europe with Jennifer Jantzen, Bobby
punches JR in the face: “That’s for having
people try and steal Southfork cattle. You could have
had somebody killed out there. Goodbye, Sue Ellen.”
(“War of the Ewings” 1998)
Twice engaged to Jenna Wade, in 1970 and 1984;
twice wed to Pam Barnes (1978 and 1986). Both marriages
ended in divorce (1983 and 1987).
Married in 1990 to April Stevens, who died the same
Southfork Ranch, Braddock Road, Texas
Road man for Ewing Oil (1970’s); Ewing Oil executive
(1978, 1980); CEO of Ewing Construction (1978-1980);
CEO of Ewing Oil (1980, 1982-1987, 1988-1990, 1996-98);
Senator for the State of Texas (1981); CEO of Petro
Group Dallas (1987-88); owner of Southfork Ranch (1991
to say: "I’ll take care of it, Mama."
“Even Daddy called you
the company pimp!” JR to Bobby.
Father: Jock Ewing (deceased 1981)
Mother: Ellie Ewing Farlow
Step-father: Clayton Farlow
Brothers: JR, Gary
Half brother: Ray Krebbs
Sons: Christopher (adoptive), Lucas Krebbs (biological)
Jenna Wade: Childhood sweethearts, they were engaged
to be married until she ran off to Europe in 1970. Bobby
was broken hearted until he met ...
Pam Barnes: The love of his life, they eloped to New
Orleans in 1978, but the marriage could not survive
the pressures of Ewing Oil, or the meddling of their
respective siblings. They divorced after five years,
became involved with ...
Jenna (again): They renewed their plans to marry, but
then Jenna was kidnapped on the day of the wedding and
Bobby realised he was still in love with ...
Pam: They remarried in 1986 but, less than a year later,
Pam fled town (or did she?) following a horrific car
Three years later, Bobby married ...
April Stevens: the second Mrs Bobby Ewing, who was kidnapped
and murdered on their honeymoon.
Along the line,
Bobby also dallied with ...
Tammy Miller (an old college buddy), Kay Lloyd (a smart
cookie from Washington), Tracey Lawton (a dysfunctional
pool hustler), Jeanne O’Brien (a Pam lookalike),
Julia Cunningham (the girl next door), and Jennifer
(a MUCH younger woman, with whom he was last seen heading
Brother JR was Bobby’s rival for control of Ewing
Oil, while rejecting the advances of sister-in-law Katherine
left him lying in a pool of blood.
Marrying Pam. Getting elected to the senate. Beating
JR in the contest for control of Ewing Oil.
Losing Pam twice. Getting shot and temporarily blinded
by Katherine. April dying in his arms after being mown
down by a hail of bullets.