Air Date: September 20th, 2010
A Texan juggles two identities and two women in different parts of the state.
Season 1 - Episode 2 : One in Every Family Sep 27, 2010
Bob tries to ease Clint's suspicions; Lindsay starts to think she might not know Bob as well as she thought; Cat's brother keeps getting into trouble.
Season 1 - Episode 1 : Pilot Sep 20, 2010
Robert Allen is a charismatic schemer who has constructed two lives in different parts of Texas; he aims to clean out a family business in one of his lives.
Both our and their [James Wolk's character's women's] affection is bound to star James Wolk, who takes what would be a relatively engaging series and turns it into something much more exciting with the charm he injects into every scene--regardless of which persona he's playing. Show More
There are so many lies in so many places, so many people on the verge of finding out and/or being hurt, that it feels like Lone Star might become very frustrating and repetitive by episode 3 or 4. I would watch a movie version of Lone Star, and I will stick with the series hoping it proves me wrong, but it doesn't feel like this premise has legs. Show More
Lone Star doesn't have quite the same sense of place as 'FNL,' and it's far more of a traditional soap than the NBC/DirecTV drama. Still, Voight and especially Keith, who projects palpable charisma, give terrific performances as the strong, stubborn men trying to bend Bob to their wills. This is no 'Dallas' but a sincere look at one man's attempt to go straight without alienating everyone he loves. Show More