Socrates Poole is ordered by the robber barons to tag along with Brisco County Jr. to Mexico to retrieve a shipment of stolen guns-which is rumored to have been stolen by John Bly and his gang.

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Emilio Pena
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General Zaca (as Miguel Perez)
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Socrates Poole is ordered by the robber barons to tag along with Brisco County Jr. to Mexico to retrieve a shipment of stolen guns-which is rumored to have been stolen by John Bly and his gang.

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Brisco County Jr.: Correct me if I'm wrong, Pete. Weren't you killed in a gunfight?
Peter Hutter: I was only gut shot. I healed, I'm stronger now with less appetite.
Brisco County Jr.: You could be a pioneer in the field of weight loss.
Peter Hutter: Weight loss? Why would anyone want to lose weight?
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Written by Ken Darby and Lionel Newman
Performed by Kelly Rutherford
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plot seemed very slow and plodding.
6 August 2014 | by (working in Movieland) – See all my reviews

*Spoiler/plot- Brisco in Jalisco, Eps 5, TV air date 9/17/93. Briscos bunch must go into Mexico to follow the leads about new crimes of stolen repeating rifles and Blythe's gang whereabouts.

*Special Stars- Bruce Campbell, Julius Carry, Christian Clemenson, Kelly Rutherford.

*Theme- Logical thinking and deduction can help criminal investigations.

*Trivia/location/goofs- The Mexican village is a standing set and area in the Valusade' Ranch in Santa Clarita, Califoria. It's sister film ranch of the old Gene Autry ranch in Newhall, CA. Thats the home of the Santa Cklarita Cowboy festival held every Spring of the year. The town scenes were in the old Warner Brother's Laredo western Street on the studio back lot. That has been demolished and rebuilt as office space for rentals.

*Emotion- A clever pun episode's title make a laugh, but little else does. An episode with little or no sci-fi or fantasy plot elements, and as such the plot seemed very slow and plodding. Not enough surprise, action, comedy or drama. Pedestrian western fare.

*Based on- The producers and writers wanted to recreate the entertainment of the 30s-50s theatrical cliff-hanger film serials. Most were westerns or sci-fi. They succeeded.


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