Millie becomes interested in a man who claims to have known her brother during the civil war, but Lucas doesn’t believe his story.
Lucas is accused of a cold-blooded murder by a man who claims to have an eye witness, and also looks identical to Lucas.
A young gunman with a killer’s reputation threatens to kill Marshal Torrance unless he dishonors his badge by throwing it on the ground.
A young man comes to town to collect the body of his dead brother, but Lucas soon discovers the man that is actually the bounty hunter planning on collecting a reward for the body.
While protecting his ranch from thieves, Lucas is accidentally responsible for the death of a young mountain boy.
As head of the town council, Lucas is asked to remove a young boy from the custody of an older man, who many people believe to be incapable of raising the boy.
An eccentric friend of Lucas gets caught up in a mess after accusing a man of cheating in a game of chess long ago.
While on a trip to Mexico, Lucas and Mark are attacked by a group of banditos who steal their horses, take Mark as a prisoner, and leave Lucas to die.
Lucas thinks that he has seen a ghost when a young man, eerily to a man he killed in the Civil War challenges him to a gunfight.
Lucas and Marshal Torrance are beset with difficulties while transporting a captured killer back to North Fork for trial.
Lucas must dissuade a doctor from seeking revenge on the man he believes destroyed his practice.
A lively old lady arrives in North Fork to capture a notorious bandit and collect the reward which she desperately needs.
Lucas and Mark must convince a young mute to give back the money he stole when he was called a freak by the townspeople.
Lucas and Mark must convince a man that he is doing the wrong things by scamming people with a cunning con-man.
The widow of a bandit whom Lucas previously killed has plotted grotesque revenge against him.
A new store owner upsets the town when she demands they pay off all their accounts before she sells them anymore goods.