Brisco County Jr. is hired by the attorney of a group of robber barons to track down and apprehend the infamous John Bly and his gang, a job that was previously entrusted to his late father Brisco County Sr.
Did You Know?
Jonah Collier was intended to be the 4th regular character on the show, but was deemed unnecessary when the writers realized that any of his lines could just as easily come from Brisco or Socrates. See more
During opening scene with Brisco his hands are tied behind his back before he is to be hung. After the rope is shot he rides off and his hands are untied. See more
Welcome to Sutter Creek. Five years ago, the gold ran dry. Now the Sheriff's dead, the mayor runs a brothel and the minister's a drunk. My kind of town!
I've Been Working on the Railroad
American folk song See more