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The townspeople try to get Doc Holliday out of town and away from Wyatt by appealing to Kate Holliday.
A money package goes missing on a train, and Wyatt soon finds himself framed for the crime by several vengeful enemies.
Ben Thompson returns to Dodge City and needs help from Wyatt when two women come looking for him... both demanding that he fulfill his promise to marry them. However, it's Doc Holliday who decides to help Ben in his own unique manner.
When the notorious Dry Gulchers killed one of Wyatt Earp's Indian friends, Mr. Brother, they brought upon themselves Earp's relentless pursuit. Now two of the Dry Gulchers have been caught, the chase is well into Texas and Wyatt has enlisted the aid of the Texan Rangers to help him capture the third killer.moreless
Doc Holliday is up to no good when he teams up with a history professor to write a historical treatise on Dodge City... from Doc's point of view.
After killing one outlaw, Wyatt Earp continues his search for the remaining three men who killed his Indian friend, Mr. Brother. But this time Wyatt and Bat Masterson also have to contend with a group of Cheyenne and a young Army lieutenant still damp behind the ears.
Western landscape painter Hurley Abbott turns to Wyatt for fighting advice when George Jackson orders him off his property after Hurley becomes involved with George's niece, Etta. But it's Doc Holliday who lends a hand when he returns to Dodge City and takes an interest in Hurley's paintings.
Wyatt Earp's two Indian friends, Mr. Cousin and Mr. Brother, have information about four notorious murderers, The Dry Gulchers. The Gulchers intercept the Indians and kill one of them. Earp swears he will run them into the ground.
Dodge City and Fort Dodge argue over which town should be the county seat, and the parties involved soon turn to guns to settle their dispute.
The town council gives Wyatt an order to use lethal force and he refuses. A hired gun, Hoyt, comes after Wyatt and the marshal inadvertently ends up killing a man for the first time.
Virgil Earp arrives in Dodge City and inadvertently gets caught in a misunderstanding between a woman and her beau.
A stagecoach arrives in Dodge City with an injured driver, a dead passenger, and an empty case that held $5,000 gold from the Denver Mint. The driver, Billy Hanley, claims that he recognized one of the masked robbers by his voice. Wyatt figures that Billy's story doesn't add up wen he confirms that the accused man has an alibi. Then Billy turns up dead, leaving a grief-stricken girlfriend, schoolteacher Miss Nancy, to mourn his death.moreless
Railroad engineman Tex McVey arrives in Dodge City, eager to break a new record. But when he runs a train off the tracks, he claims that robbers sabotaged the tracks because of the cattle he was carrying.
Wyatt has to step in when Jim Cockrell tries to force Luke Short to sell the Long Branch saloon to him.
A female outlaw and former Confederate spy, Kansas Lily, rides into Dodge City and accuses a dealer of cheating her. She draws a derringer on the dealer, but a smitten Bat Masterson supports her. Wyatt isn't swayed, but all the Southerners in town support her as well. Meanwhile, Kansas Lily tells Wyatt that her former gang members are after her and she asks Wyatt for permission to run a private poker game so she can raise enough money to get out of town.moreless
A Jesse James imitator, Henry Harrison Hammer, strikes at stagecoaches around Dodge City and builds his reputation by only robbing the rich, not the poor. Wyatt arrests Hammer on the testimony of one of his victims, a banker, but the working-class people that Hammer ignored refuse to testify against him.
A traveling boxer makes his way to Dodge City and Wyatt soon finds himself in the ring against the man.
After her husband's death at Little Big Horn two years earlier, Elizabeth Bacon Custer arrives in Dodge City and attempts to defend her husband's reputation.
A lawyer, Zinner, uses a new newspaper to launch a slur campaign against Wyatt in the hopes of making him lose his table and fall into an outlaw trap.
When outlaw Marie Burden's brother Dan takes their gang into Dodge City and ends up getting shot down, Marie swears revenge.
When Wyatt rides out with a posse, he leaves Deputy Hal Tannen in charge, and Hal soon finds himself dealing with several crises.
Jennie Brant, a reluctant member of a religious sect known as the True Lighters, has never met a man she wanted to marry... until Wyatt rescues her from the sect.
Wyatt has to intervene when a white homesteader and his Indian wife move to Dodge City and encounter bigotry.
Doc reluctantly befriends a young boy, Benny Burkett, who looks to the gambler and gunfighter as a role model. Wyatt has to step in to make sure that Benny gets a proper education and runs up against the boy's stubborn father.
Kate Holliday gets word that a cattleman with a grudge plans to kill Wyatt at a cattleman's convention and convinces Doc to look into it.
A near-penniless Ned returns to Dodge City to after losing big to a gambler, but the gambler comes looking for his money.
When the townspeople refuse to let Kate Holliday join their church, Doc comes up with a scheme for revenge. He convinces a couple that the oil puddle they have on the road to Dodge City passing through their land can be used to make a medical ointment. All they have to do is fence it off, and the mule-skinners who use the road aren't happy.moreless
Doc and Kate unexpectedly develop parental streaks when they take in a 12-year-old girl, the legendary "Little Pistol," after she robs Doc's gambling hall.
When a well-liked cattle buyer is shot, then townspeople are eager to convict a drunken Reb Thomas. Reb was found with the gun in his hand, standing over the body, but he insists that he passed out and never fired a shot. Wyatt soon discovers that Reb may be telling the truth.moreless
A gang sells counterfeit Buntlines to renegade Pawnees and the Army asks Wyatt to help them.
Doc Holliday is accused of robbing a Wells Fargo stage and Wyatt sets out to bring him in on his own.
Two brothers who shot a peace officer in Texas flee to Dodge City, and Wyatt tries to keep things from getting out of hand.
The local shantytown of Pinkytown rebels against Dodge City, refusing to be taxed. Doc Holliday decides to take a hand and help the independent citizens, putting him on the wrong side of Wyatt.
Wyatt goes fishing with Dr. Fabrique when the doctor returns to Dodge City, but local cattle baron Shanghai Pierce is stricken with what he believes is appendicitis. Pierce's men abduct Fabrique and Wyatt and force the doctor to treat their boss.
The town council wants Jim Kelley to run for mayor, and Wyatt agrees. However, Kelley soon discovers that his opponent, Madigan, and his crooked cronies will stop at nothing to win.