Clay's bid for territorial representative nets him a lesson in politics.
Jim becomes farmhand, midwife and friend to a pregnant teen whose husband is on the lam from the law.
The Graingers become stand-in parents for a boy running away from an orphanage.
The Virginian becomes attracted to Julie Oakes, an Eastern reporter whose mysteriously tragic past may doom their relationship.
Trampas' vacation takes a nightmarish turn when he's jailed in a small town on a trumped-up murder charge.
A story of alienation between a veteran Army officer and his son, a deserter.
The Virginian becomes involved in a lawman's obsessive search for two surviving members of a gang.
Trampas becomes involved in a bittersweet romance.
Jim is in North Dakota to purchase ponies when he tangles with a pair of sharp operators after his $4000 bank roll.
The Shiloh people unwittingly stir up the past when they shelter the son and white widow of a Shoshone.
A bigoted gambler and his outlaw gang force Trampas and a black recluse into an alliance for survival.
The accent is on comedy as a proper Southern woman, aided by Trampas and old Luther, goes after robbers who took her dowry.
When the wife of a prominent Medicine Bow business man arrives, smoldering jealousies quickly rise to the top.
The Shiloh ranch is burned down after Clay joins with his fellow ranchers to oppose an Eastern combine trying for a land-grab. This leaves Clay with only has one chance for survival of the ranch, get a herd to Denver in record time.
On a train to Cheyenne, Clay, Elizabeth and Jim become involved in a fellow traveler's efforts to escape a vengeful family.
Two young men and a girl take over the Shiloh ranch and hold the Graingers captive. They are setting up a trap for a close friend of Clay's, Judge Will McMasters.
A man signs on to work a cattle drive for the Shiloh ranch putting the other hands in danger. He is a fugitive Indian caught between the white world and his Kiowa roots. Things get heated when they come to a small, bigoted town.
Adam Randall is hired on as a Shiloh hand despite his being a gunfighter. Despite his being a troublemaker, the Virginian, whose life he saved, and Clay, for unknown reasons, stand behind him.
A farmer who has been poor his entire life suddenly comes into a lot of money. He goes on a spending spree giving large parties, buying luxury items, and a ranch hand more than willing to help him spend it.