Don Alfredo is rather dashing in his periwinkle, and his daughter's splendid wardrobe is that of an 1800's fashionista. We glimpse a more youthful Karl Swenson before he headed for the set of Little House on the Prairie, and the scene with the murdered bull is just hilarious. What's not to like about this episode?
Here's a solution to Don Alfredo's dilemma of his daughter marrying a "half-breed" with questionable pedigree: he himself should have proposed to Victoria. Then, he could keep the wealth and the family eminence untainted, and his daughter and Heath would be step-siblings.