Audra discovers Irish immigrants camping on a section of land on the Barkley ranch - land they insist they bought and paid for in San Francisco. Their leader and Nick clash immediately. ... See full summary »

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Audra discovers Irish immigrants camping on a section of land on the Barkley ranch - land they insist they bought and paid for in San Francisco. Their leader and Nick clash immediately. Heath, on the other hand, is sympathetic and thinks they are honest people who are mistaken and not squatters. Written by dubchi

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15 December 1965 (USA)  »

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In a later scene, the hotel lobby set (minus the metal cage elevator)from Petticoat Junction is used for a San Francisco hotel. The same indoor front door, steps, check-in counter with mail boxes, and the main staircase and second floor landing are obvious, although dressed down. See more »

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Nick Barkley: Just how Irish can an Irishman be?
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A look at all sides of the Barkleys- good show
12 September 2012 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

From a rather crony start, this evolved into a interesting story that showed all the sides of the Barkley family. We get to see Nick being Nick, Audra getting a red backside, Heath remembering his early life, Jarrod using his education and Victoria being the matriarch of the family. Heck, we even get to see Silas using Nick's emotion against himself. I thought it was an very interesting episode full of insights of all the characters.

When an Irish group of families stake claim to a portion of Barkley's land they produce a deed and bill of sell for the land. However they have been swindled and now Nick wants them off the land and he is prepared to use force. Nick gets in one of his famous fist fights with the leader of the group that produces one of those 'Nick' moments.

Not too much longer Nick and the leader, Jimmy John Callahan, team up together to get the swindler. However, only being in San Francisco for just a few minutes-both end up in jail. With hope fading to find the man who took the Callahan's money things look dark. Hopefully something can be done.

A very entertaining show.


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