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‘Dallas’ Cast Reunites to Discuss Throwing Brad Pitt in a Pool

As Dallas turns 45, ET’s Kevin Frazier sat down with cast members Audrey Landers, Charlene Tilton, Joan Van Ark, Linda Gray, Patrick Duffy and Steve Kanaly for an anniversary reunion event produced by Dan Gore at Oscar’s Palm Springs in California.

“Great to be alive. Great to be in Palm Springs,” Kanaly said before he and his co-stars reflected on the legacy of the beloved primetime soap and revisited highlights from the series’ 14-season run on television, including throwing a then-unknown Brad Pitt into a pool and the game-changing cliffhanger that left millions of fans wondering, “Who shot J.R.?”

Not long into its run, Dallas became the place for notable supporting players, like Priscilla Presley, who played Bobby’s former flame, Jenna Wade Krebbs, and guest-starring appearances by the likes of Barbara Eden, Susan Lucci and others. It also became a show where many people, like Brad Pitt, who got thrown into a pool as Randy, or Ian McShane, who played Don Lockwood for 13 episodes long before starring on HBO’s Deadwood, stopped by on their way to becoming famous on their own.

Steve Kanaly: “Brad came and did [four] episodes, playing the love interest of Shalane McCall’s character [Charlie Wade] who was the daughter of Priscilla Presley’s character. And he was very, very good. And in fact, I even directed him in one of the shows. And a friend said, ‘How was it working with Brad Pitt?’ I said, ‘I never worked with Brad Pitt.’ He said, ‘Well, sure you did. He was in Dallas. I’ll send you the video and you can see it.’ And I played it, and was like, ‘Oh, oh, that Brad Pitt.’ He was great. I had several scenes with him. He was a 25-year-old playing an 18-year-old or something like that. And it was very early in his career. And I’m sure he’s not going to give me a job in his next movie.”

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Dave Burd and GaTa Talk Guest Stars, Stalkers and Self-Love

In a spoiler-filled interview, the star-slash-creator of the FX comedy and his real-life hype man tells THR how the season finale explored the costs of ambition, the reason behind Dave’s big decision and whether they really killed off that A-list guest star.

If you’re a fan of Dave and you haven’t seen the finale, turn back now. You’re robbing yourself of a twisty, tense thrill ride if you read spoilers before seeing it. If you’re not yet a fan of Dave, go ahead and keep reading, because it might just be the push you need to add the show to your Hulu queue.

With that out of the way, the season three finale begins with Lil Dicky (Dave Burd) in bed with Rachel McAdams, who’s had a three-episode arc playing herself. They’re giggling and talking about their first loves before McAdams asks, “Are we crazy?” Dave replies, “I don’t know, but I would be crazy one million times over if it meant being crazy with you” before it’s revealed to be the “Mr. McAdams” music video shoot. In another scene with McAdams, Lil Dicky raps, “Maybe I’m your Brad Pitt” and actual Brad Pitt pops his head in.

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How FX’s ‘Dave’ Landed Brad Pitt for Its Season Finale

Pitt plays a version of himself in the comedy from creator/star Dave Burd, aka Lil Dicky.

Dave’s guest star roster now includes Brad Pitt.

The movie star guested on the FX comedy’s season three finale as a version of himself opposite creator/star Dave Burd. Pitt, who filmed over several days, many of them night shoots, has considerably more than just a cameo. In fact, FX is submitting him for an Emmy in the guest actor category.

Pitt’s appearance, which has been shrouded in secrecy for many months, began with a passionate, personal letter from Burd to Pitt. In an interview earlier this year, showrunner Jeff Schaffer admits that he and his fellow producers wrote it off as another one of Burd’s crazy pipe dreams. “None of us thought it was going to work, except Dave,” he said, suggesting that it was yet another reminder that Burd and his lofty ideas and declarations should not be dismissed. In this instance, Pitt was rumored to be a fan of Burd’s more-than-semi-autobiographical comedy, which trails his own life and real-world success by a handful of years.

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