After her partner dies, Nora becomes the sole owner of the freight line. Unfortunately, her partner was murdered by someone who didn't want the freight line in Latigo. Clay and Marshal ... See full summary »

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After her partner dies, Nora becomes the sole owner of the freight line. Unfortunately, her partner was murdered by someone who didn't want the freight line in Latigo. Clay and Marshal Scott both work at convincing her to give it up before more people are murdered. Written by Michelle P.

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6 November 1959 (USA)  »

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Cassidy Duval: There's two things that can turn my stomach sour. One's bad whisky. The other is working for a woman.
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A Woman's Perspective
31 December 2012 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

Well, Nora's partner in the freight job has been murdered and she's decided to take it over. But there's someone trying to make sure that Nora doesn't get it. This sets up a lot of drama in this episode!

Not only is Nora fighting against some unknown enemy, she's also fighting Marshal Scott and Clay Culhane as they both do their best to talk her out of the job. Things get pretty hot at one point, and one of her leading men gets slapped across the face. That's not all though! Both leading men get in a fist fight! Nora makes sure they know that she is not amused by all this fighting over her!

There are a lot of tongue and cheek playing on words in this episode. Gib and Clay certainly show their true colors. And any woman's lib operator would be proud of how Nora stood up for herself!


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