Brisco sets his sights on apprehending the Swill brothers while Lord Bowler is hired to capture an armored vehicle. Their paths cross along the way and fireworks ensue.

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Gil Swill
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Corinna Everson ...
Katrina Schwenke (as Corey Everson)
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Dr. Rosa Quintano (as Shareen J. Mitchell)
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Brisco sets his sights on apprehending the Swill brothers while Lord Bowler is hired to capture an armored vehicle. Their paths cross along the way and fireworks ensue.

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Real-life sisters Corinna Everson and Cameo Kneuer, both bodybuilders, play the Schwenke Sisters. See more »

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Phil Swill: So Gill, good to see you again. Whatcha got cookin'?
Gil Swill: Movin' into the big time.
Phil Swill: How's that?
Gil Swill: You remember our cousin Ed?
Bill Swill: The one who married Aunt Merriam?
Phil Swill: I thought he married his mother.
Bill Swill: That's what I said.
Gil Swill: Until recently, Ed was one of the Army's top test drivers. The man is fearless.
Phil Swill: You have to be fearless to marry your mother.
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References Dr. Quinn, Medicine Woman (1993) See more »

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No shortage of womenfolk
10 May 2016 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

Brisco's nursing a head wound (in a settlement without men, at that) while staring down the barrels of the Swill brothers. This episode always makes me think of the 'Heart of Gold' episode of "Firefly" (but much lighter). It's the sort of place which Brisco and Bowler roll into, save the day, and are gone by nightfall. And we've seen this kind of woman-run town plot line on TV before, but it always puts a nice spin on things. There's (kind of) a plot twist here that picks up the John Bly thread, but it's mostly just our bounty hunters and their spirited heroics.

And also a rocket car and a tank. There's always a hitch.

7/10


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