line: “Yessir, be right down.”
Ray calls down to his boss, Jock Ewing, from the hayloft
he is enjoying a secret liason with Lucy, Jock’s
17 year old granddaughter. (“Digger’s Daughter”
Episode 1 1978).
line: “JR, I know you bid on my ranch
just to get back at Mackay, but I thank you anyway.
You know, you turned out to be the second best brother
I ever had.” Ray suddenly finds himself $50,000,000
richer. (“War of the Ewings”, 1998)
History: Married to Donna Culver (1981-1987)
and Jenna Wade (1988 onwards).
Southfork Ranch, Braddock Rd, Texas (1957-86); Krebbs
Braddock Road, Texas (1986-1998); “Yurrup”
Ranch foreman at Southfork until 1986 when
he bought his own
ranch and began a cutting horse business with Clayton
Ray to Donna, 1984: “You belong in the
big house with the real Ewings, not with the half breed.”
on Ray, 1983: "You know, I can remember a time
when he wouldn’t come into this house without
first asking permission. Well things have changed, and
not for the better."
Mother: Margaret Krebbs (deceased 1958)
Father: Jock Ewing (deceased 1981)
Step-father: Amos Krebbs (deceased 1982)
Half brothers: JR, Gary, Bobby
Pam Barnes: They enjoyed an on-off affair during the
seventies until she dumped him for Bobby Ewing. In 1978,
he began seeing ...
Lucy Ewing: Bobby’s 17 year old niece, Ray broke
it off when Pam threatened to expose the affair. He
then dallied with a couple of bored Texan housewives,
Sue Ellen and Mary Lou, before falling for ...
Garnett McGee: Ray wanted to marry her, until he found
her in bed with Sue Ellen’s husband JR. He then
remained single until 1979 when he fell in love with
Donna Culver: She was rich and Ray didn’t think
he was good enough for her until he discovered he was
Jock Ewing’s son. They married in 1981. Then Jock
died, and Ray had an affair with ...
Bonnie, an old girlfriend. Donna took him back, but
they divorced in 1987 and Ray took up with ...
Jenna Wade: The mother of Bobby Ewing’s son, she
and Ray fell in love on the rebound and got married.
While Jenna was out of town, Ray had a brief fling with
Connie: An obsessive personality, she became fixated
with Ray and stabbed him when he tried to end the affair.
He confessed all to Jenna, and they fled to Europe.
Elder brother JR will never let Ray forget that he is
the family half breed.
Jock presenting Ray with 642 acres of Southfork land
to commerate twenty years of service to the ranch. Being
acknowledged as Jock’s son. Marrying Donna.
Jock’s death. Signing over his shares in Ewing
Oil from a jail cell, having been convinced by JR that
he is unworthy of the Ewing name. Attempting to kill
JR, whom he blames for the car crash that has left his
cousin Mickey paralysed and in a coma.