The Young Riders

Season 1 Episode 16

Unfinished Business

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Aired Thursday 9:00 PM Feb 01, 1990 on ABC
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Unfinished Business
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After surviving a massacre of wealthy settlers near Sal Lake, Emma's estranged husband arrives in Sweetwater looking for shelter from Emma, and raising the suspicions of Sam and the riders.

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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

    Frederick Coffin

    Frederick Coffin

    Sutro

    Guest Star

    Cliff DeYoung

    Cliff DeYoung

    Evan Crandall

    Guest Star

    Thomas Taylor Goodman

    Thomas Taylor Goodman

    Josh

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    Don Collier

    Don Collier

    William Tompkins

    Recurring Role

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      • (Evan Crandall shows up and Emma introduces him to the riders as her husband. While Emma and Crandall talk, Jimmy, Lou, Kid, Cody & Ike head into the bunkhouse)
        Cody: Give him a chance Jimmy, maybe he ain't so bad.
        Jimmy: No? Emma's baby died on'a count of him.
        Lou: Emma had a baby?
        Jimmy: Baby wasn't more than a month old when he came down with the pox. Emma got it too. Crandall took to drinkin'... finally just ran out and left them to die. Emma had to bury her own baby.
        Kid: How come you know all this?
        Jimmy: She told me. The time we went to Fort Reunion. I figured if she wanted the rest of you to know, she'd've said so.

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