- Episode Description
Bret wins a beautiful white stallion in a poker game. Only it's a stolen, treaty-sealing gift from the President of the United States to Chief Geronimo with Congressman Theodore Roosevelt searching high and low for it.
- Cast & Crew
Lee David Zlotoff
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- Trivia & Quotes
Pappyism: No shame in bein' boondoggled...providin' you know why.
Kelly: Horse's name is Liberty. He does best with a kind word and a light touch.
Bret: Most folks do.
Tom: When you close up tonight, you and the boys put a shine on everything that doesn't move. Jack: Company comin'? Tom: You might say that Jack: I'll bet it's a woman, ain't it? Tom: When I feel the need to unburden my soul, I'll come see ya, all right, Jack?
Bret: Oh, hey Cy. Cy, you on your way out to the ranch?
Cy: Look like I'm fixin' to run the Rio Grande?
Bret: Ya know, a simple "yes" or "no" from time to time wouldn't kill you.
Cy: (about the horse) You buy that or steal it?
Bret: I won it.
Cy: Same difference.
Mary Lou: Two months I've been waiting to get those pictures of that canyon...but if Tom wants to chase petticoats, well, it's not like he needs my permission.
Jack: You mean, you've seen her?
Mary Lou: If you're referring to the captivating Miss Denard, I've seen her.
Jack: I knew it.
Roosevelt: Well, you're a woman!
Mary Lou: Well, you wouldn't know it the way some people look at ya.
Jack: What she look like?
Mary Lou: A peacock in heat...plenty of plumage on too little bird. Tomorrow's edition may be late, Jack. I've half a mind to photograph that canyon by myself!
Roosevelt: Oh, you're a journalist?
Mary Lou: No, I'm a prizefighter. Business, he calls it. I just don't understand why men have to be so two-faced about their cravings!
Although listed in the opening credits, Ramon Bieri does not appear in this episode.