The man who was Bart's friend on the show is actually his trainer, Doug Seus.
Even though all but Teaspoon know Lou's real gender, she's still referred to as he, even when it appears that Teaspoon isn't around.
Teaspoon has a daughter named Elizabeth Kelly, and her mother's name is Beatrice.
Sam points out Lucas Malone, a gambler that came to town, and says he's talkin' to Tompkins' wife.
Tompkins' wife according to the episode Pride and Prejudice, she was presumed dead along with their daughter when Indians attacked them on the way to the town of Sweet Water(the program is auto correcting the town name). This is one of the biggest questions for Young Riders fans.
Teaspoon tells Amanda that the silver hair combs are made from a Silver Strike that he and Cyrus (Elizabeth's legal father) worked in the Santa Rita Mountains. The Santa Rita Mountains are about 40 miles southeast of Tucson, AZ where the show was filmed.
The picture of Teaspoon's old love is the same as the picture of Jimmy's mother in the episode 'Gunfighter.'
Billy Joe Patton who played Charlie Seward appears in a number of other episodes. He is part of a group of Tucson actors that were regular 'guest stars' on the show
Aces and Eights is also in the episode Starlight Starbright. A character named McPhalen has the hand in that episode.
Miss Annabelle Mumblepuss is the name of the doll that Louise gave to her younger sister Teresa. Knowledge of the doll's name convinces her younger sister of her identity.
Larry Soller plays a judge in a few episodes of the Young Riders. He also comes back as a shopkeeper in another episode. Mr. Soller is one of a number of local Tucson talent that was called back over and over against to appear in episodes...
Keep an eye on Kid... or rather his backside. When he climbs up the side of a rocky face a small rip in his pants can be seen.
Buck says there are too many men chasing them to count them when in reality there are maybe 9 men.
Cody and Ike have a small subplot involving Buck's medicine pouch.
Goof: The picture of Jimmy's mother in this episode is the same picture used in a later episode, The Keepsake, to represent one of Teaspoon's old loves.
When Lou rides up the station where he/she is shot, it's a small station. These were relay stations where the riders could change horses to keep from running them into the ground and killing the animals. It is not a Way Station where riders would sleep, bathe, eat, etc.