10 Minutes of Fun: Make Your Own Intro for Dallas

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Support the independent voice of Dallas and help keep the future of Dallas Observer free.

Those folks over at


have added a new, interactive time-suck to the show's TNT website.

Plug in your information

and allow the data harvester to mine through your Facebook profile, bam! You and your friends will replace JR, Sue Ellen and the rest of the cast in the show's iconic opening credits. It's entertaining enough to try once. Twice if you're having a super lousy day. It concludes brilliantly: with a Google street view image of your crappy apartment. Now, this is living.

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