Dixie Cousins has in her possession a cylinder recording of an incriminating conversation between John Bly and a high ranking politician. Brisco must find her to see to it that the recording does not fall into the wrong hands.

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Dixie Cousins has in her possession a cylinder recording of an incriminating conversation between John Bly and a high ranking politician. Brisco must find her to see to it that the recording does not fall into the wrong hands.

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When Smiles and his gang enter the Mission, a modern streetlight can be see behind them. See more »

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[Lord Bowler is dressed up like a nun to hide from outlaws]
Brisco County Jr.: Now that's what I call a real bad habit.
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It Feels So Good to Be Bad
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Performed by Kelly Rutherford
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With just a hint of a political thriller
16 May 2016 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

'Deep in the Heart of Dixie' promises a Dixie-heavy episode, and more Kelly Rutherford's always a sure bet. But it's also a good Bowler episode. Between being drafted into government service and hiding out as a nun, he has some good material in this episode. Which, aside from eye candy (Andrea Parker as well) and the standard thrills (train-jumping, punches, bomb in the Westerfield Club) also promises the cultured villainy of David Warner. That guy's in a class all his own.

And in the end, it really leaves Brisco's and Dixie's relationship with a hopeful ellipsis. It's nice.

7/10


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