Business or not, J.R. is spinning in his grave at his son marrying the daughter of his greatest enemy. They're the Romeo and Juliet of evil.
Unless he'd be overjoyed by the thought of what said marriage will do to Cliff. I knew the writers weren't going to keep Pamela in the dark about what her father had done for much longer, and that was easily my favorite part of both episodes (although the quickie marriage was pretty cool, too). High marks to Julie Gonzalo.
I'm also interested in where Emma's storyline is going. Will she agree to rehab or go back to her father? Is there a third option?
And what about the big reveal(s) concerning J.R.'s masterpiece?! Grrr.... I hate waiting.