F Troop - Season 2

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Episode Guide

  • Is This Fort Really Necessary?
    4/6/67
    7.6
    When a former F Troop member, now an officer in charge of closing down unnecessary forts, comes to Fort Courage to get married, everyone believes he actually came to close it down.
  • Our Brave in F Troop
    3/30/67
    9.0
    Wild Eagle has a toothache, so O'Rourke has him pretend to be a trooper to see the fort dentist. But when a visiting general begins promoting Wild Eagle up the ranks, he enjoys army life too much to go back to the tribe.
  • The Majority of Wilton
    3/23/67
    9.4
    When Parmenter catches a cold the day before his examination for promotion to major, everyone rushes in with home remedies -- all of which include some kind of alcohol and combine to make him drunk.
  • Carpetbagging, Anyone?
    3/16/67
    8.5
    When Big Jim Parker comes to town, buying it as well as the land beneath Fort Courage and the Hekawi camp, F Troop faces eviction unless they can prove they're still needed to keep the Indians at bay.
  • Marriage, Fort Courage Style
    3/9/67
    9.0
    A marriage broker comes to Fort Courage, giving Agarn bad dreams of married life and terrifying Captain Parmenter when Jane hires her to get them married.
  • Guns, Guns, Who's Got the Guns?
    3/2/67
    7.8
    Parmenter goes undercover to find out who is selling guns to the Apaches after a colonel lets him know that someone in F Troop is a traitor.
  • Only One Russian is Coming! Only One Russian is Coming!
    Agarn's look-a-like Russian Cossack cousin, Dmitri Agarnoff, comes to town and falls for Wrangler Jane, making Wilton jealous.
  • The Day They Shot Agarn
    2/16/67
    9.2
    Agarn faces a firing squad after a prisoner he allows to escape seems to kill O'Rourke and military regulations say he has to serve the sentence for the crime.
  • That's Show Biz
    That's Show Biz
    Episode 23
    2/9/67
    8.6
    Agarn leaves to manage a rock group called the Bedbugs, which is somewhat ahead of its time.
  • V is for Vampire
    V is for Vampire
    Episode 22
    2/2/67
    9.3
    A Transylvanian Count that everyone thinks is a vampire is believed responsible for the disappearance of Wrangler Jane.
  • A Horse of Another Color
    1/26/67
    8.8
    Wilton wants to capture a wild stallion to impress Wrangler Jane, but O'Rourke wants to sell it to the circus..
  • Where Are You Doing after the Massacre?
    Flaming Arrow, the 147-year old chief of the Hekawi, comes down from a mountain to try to reclaim their land, starting by laying siege to Fort Courage.
  • The Sergeant and the Kid
    1/12/67
    8.5
    O'Rourke must talk a runaway 10-year-old boy out of joining the cavalry.
  • From Karate with Love
    1/5/67
    7.2
    A samurai seeks a Japanese girl who is fleeing from an arranged marriage and has taken refuge in Fort Courage.
  • The Loco Brothers
    The Loco Brothers
    Episode 17
    12/29/66
    9.1
    Two renegade Indians trap Parmenter and hold him hostage, but just want some company.
  • Bring on the Dancing Girls
    12/22/66
    8.6
    O'Rourke tries to get even with a blackmailer who took over the saloon.
  • Survival of the Fittest
    12/15/66
    8.6
    When Parmenter and Agarn go on a wilderness survival test, O'Rourke arranges to have food sneaked to them.
  • The Return of Wrongo Starr
    12/8/66
    8.3
    Wrongo returns to the fort on an assignment with a shipment of dynamite.
  • Wilton the Kid
    Wilton the Kid
    Episode 13
    12/1/66
    8.9
    Kid Vicious, a notorious bank robber who's a dead ringer for Captain Parmenter, comes to town, creating mixups and problems for the captain.
  • La Dolce Courage
    La Dolce Courage
    Episode 12
    11/24/66
    7.2
    An Italian man and his daughter come to Fort Courage, pursued by her jealous suitor, a member of an Italian secret society.
  • Miss Parmenter
    Miss Parmenter
    Episode 11
    11/17/66
    8.7
    Wilton's husband-hunting sister goes after Dobbs, and also assists in Wild Eagle's appendectomy.
  • For Whom the Bugle Tolls
    11/10/66
    8.3
    O'Rourke needs to distract a visiting colonel who enjoys bugle calls, but the trouble is that Dobbs is the army's worst bugler.
  • Did Your Father Come from Ireland?
    11/3/66
    9.1
    O'Rourke's visiting father turns the town into Little Ireland while the Sergeant is on vacation.
  • The Ballot of Corporal Agarn
    10/27/66
    8.7
    The mayoral candidates from Agarn's hometown come to Fort Courage to shower him with offers when it's learned that his absentee ballot will break their tied vote.
  • Yellow Bird
    Yellow Bird
    Episode 7
    10/20/66
    9.3
    The daughter of a mining tycoon, kidnapped and raised by Indians, takes a liking to Wilton.
  • The West Goes Ghost
    10/13/66
    9.2
    O'Rourke, Agarn, Dobbs and Vanderbilt resign to take over a haunted ghost town, expecting to get rich when the railroad comes through.
  • The Great Troop Robbery
    10/6/66
    8.9
    A phony medicine man tries to blame his thefts on Agarn when Agarn suffers a temporary memory loss.
  • Reach for the Sky, Pardner
    9/29/66
    8.9
    When the troop's payroll train is robbed, O'Rourke faces foreclosure on his saloon, so Agarn and O'Rourke volunteer to guard replacement funds from Washington.
  • Bye, Bye, Balloon
    Bye, Bye, Balloon
    Episode 3
    9/22/66
    8.7
    A Prussian balloonist comes to the Fort to inspect prospective personnel.
  • How to be F Troop Without Really Trying
    Everyone except Agarn is transferred, and he must train G Troop whose recruits turn out to be worse than F Troop.
  • The Singing Mountie
    9/8/66
    9.0
    A mountie arrives at Fort Courage, looking for Agarn's look-a-like French-Canadian cousin, Lucky Pierre Agarniere.