The Legend of Calamity Jane

Season 1 Episode 8

Troubled Waters

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Aired Saturday 10:00 AM Apr 21, 1998 on The WB
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Jane helps Qannah and his Comanche tribe when a crooked government agent tries to remove them from their land so that he and his business partners back East can get hold of the hidden oil reserves beneath the tribe.

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      • Qannah: (after Jane uses her whip to cross a gorge) No fair. Knives only on this hunt.
        Jane: Sorry. Wanted to avoid the poison oak. (Qannah glares) Just kidding.

      • Jane: You are the oddest Indian I ever did meet, Qannah. Whoever heard of an existential Indian?
        Qannah: "The works of the great poets have never yet been read by mankind. For only great poets can read them." Henry David Thoreau.

      • Jane: They want to move you off your land, Qannah. I thought the Comanche had a treaty with the government.
        Qannah: Yes. Every word of it is engraved on my heart. I'll recite all 82,138 of them when I meet this government man and tell him why my people will not be moved.

      • Jane: They want to move you off your land, Qannah. I thought the Comanche had a treaty with the government.
        Qannah: Yes. Every word of it is engraved on my heart. I'll recite all 82,138 of them when I meet this government man and tell him why my people will not be moved.

      • Qannah: Beware of all enterprise that require new clothes.

      • Qannah: Your own countryman writes, "That government is best which governs least."
        Filbert: So, you can read. I remember a circus I saw in Philadelphia. Had a bear that could ride a bicycle. He had his masters, lived in a cage. Same as you.

      • Qannah: Little Fire Rod. I'm surprised to see you. But pleased.
        Jane: Now aren't you glad I never listen to you and your woman stuff?

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