The Young Riders

Season 1 Episode 2

Gunfighter

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Aired Thursday 9:00 PM Sep 21, 1989 on ABC
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Gunfighter
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Hickok projects the demons of his childhood onto a bullying hired gun and decides only a showdown with the gunslinger will exorcise them.

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    Travis Fine

    Travis Fine

    Ike McSwain (1989-91)

    Melissa Leo (I)

    Melissa Leo (I)

    Emma Shannon (1989-90)

    Yvonne Suhor

    Yvonne Suhor

    Louise McCloud

    Brett Cullen

    Brett Cullen

    Marshal Sam Cain (1989-1990)

    Ty Miller

    Ty Miller

    The Kid

    Gregg Rainwater

    Gregg Rainwater

    Buck Cross

    Bing Blenman

    Bing Blenman

    unknown

    Guest Star

    George Dobbs

    George Dobbs

    unknown

    Guest Star

    Jay O. Sanders

    Jay O. Sanders

    John

    Guest Star

    Don Collier

    Don Collier

    William Tompkins

    Recurring Role

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    • TRIVIA (2)

    • QUOTES (3)

      • Teaspoon: That's the trouble with you. You've got swinish habits. You don't know that gluttony is one of the seven deadly sins.
        Cody: Yeah? What are the others.
        Teaspoon: Let's see there's... (Smiles) Never mind.
        Cody: Well, don't matter. I'll get around to them sooner or later.

      • Cody: (To his horse) Nothing personal friend, but I could eat a horse.

      • (The riders are in the store owned by Mr. Tompkins. Kid splashes some scented water on himself).
        Lou: You smell like a whore house.
        Kid: What? How would you know?
        Lou: I know a lot more than you think. Now go get fifty pounds of pinto beans.
        (She sends him away. He walks toward Cody)
        Cody: Something wrong? (Smells something on Kid and coughs) Whoo, nobody light a match!
        (Kid walks by Jimmy who reacts rather violently to the smell).

    • NOTES (1)

      • Even though during this episode Jimmy Hickok remembers his mother being beaten by his father, there's no historical evidence to prove that Alonso Hickok abused his wife.

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