To protect a lovestruck cowboy from some dangerous men, Earp makes them believe he is responsible for a killing.
A crooked deputy takes a bribe to eliminate Wyatt for good.
Wyatt finds himself plagued with theatrical problems when he has to deal with a vengeful peep show owner and a family of actors who overly excite the audience, causing riots.
Several cowboys win big at the poker table and vicious robbers go after them to get the money.
An Englishman who arrives in town gets swindled and Earp learns that the man responsible wants him dead.
Wyatt comes to the aid of a teenager whom the townspeople plan to hang.
Townspeople go after a small camp of gypsies when a horse thief sets the newcomers up to take the blame for his crime.
Trouble breaks out in Wichita when a suffragette comes to town to campaign for the right of women in the state to vote.
Wyatt and Mr. Cousin travel to the badlands to hunt down a killer. However, when the man refuses to kill them despite several opportunities, Wyatt begins to question the man's guilt.
Two land barons pitch a range war to obtain valuable land. One of their granddaughters takes an interest in Wyatt has he tries to intervene.