The Magnificent Seven

Season 1 Episode 8

The Collector

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Aired Saturday 8:00 PM Mar 07, 1998 on CBS
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The Collector
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The Seven get involved when a 'collector', Guy Royal, attempts to buy a string of homes; the future home of the railroad. Royal's hired gun has a bone to pick with Chris over an incident many years back. Josiah is excited with his former love, saloon singer Emma comes to town. J.D. competes with a tomboy.moreless

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  • A very funny,action packed episode!

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    The Collector would have to be one of my favourite Magnificent Seven episodes.There's lots of action and lots of funny scenes.All the guest stars are terrific too,especially the villain characters of Guy Royal and Marshall Bob Spikes.This is also the first episode to introduce Casey into the show.



    All the seven boys are in this episode alot and it's alot of fun.I really like the scene with Ezra taking it easy while everyone else is working.The conversation between Ezra and Vin (about Ezra loaning him money for Netty)is terrific!



    Another funny scene is when Buck gets Casey all dressed up to impress JD,only to have her tread on her skirt and have it come off right in front of him!



    I also really like the scene near the end where the boys go out to Guy Royal's place to take care of Bob Spikes.That whole part is great.The scene with Ezra and Buck trying to light the dynamite is very funny and always makes me laugh! And the whole part with Josiah running in to save Emma is hilarious!moreless
Anne Haney

Anne Haney

Nettie Wells

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Tim Thomerson

Tim Thomerson

Guy Royal

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Alyson Reed

Alyson Reed

Emma

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Laurie Holden

Laurie Holden

Mary

Recurring Role

Dana Barron

Dana Barron

Casey

Recurring Role

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