Bonanza: Season 13, Episode 19

The Customs of the Country (6 Feb. 1972)

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In a satirical look at unusual, silly laws and customs, Joe and Hoss try to explain to their skeptical father why their delivery run to Agua Santos, Mexico took so long. An unimpressed Ben ... See full summary »

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Leonora
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In a satirical look at unusual, silly laws and customs, Joe and Hoss try to explain to their skeptical father why their delivery run to Agua Santos, Mexico took so long. An unimpressed Ben listens as his sons explain their story, which all started when Joe forgot to take his hat off in church and was exasperated when Hoss ran into trouble trying to bail his younger brother out of jail. Written by Brian Rathjen <briguy_52732@yahoo.com>

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A charming episode.
3 August 2010 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

This was the FINAL episode where Hoss & Little Joe get into trouble on their own which was a yearly traditional storyline showcasing the comedic skills and chemistry/rapport between Dan Blocker and Michael Landon. Without giving away too much I can say it was one of the better written episodes toward the end of the series. I liked immensely and Landon didn't look as bored as he normally did towards the end of the series where he just mugged and grinned in his scenes. If you ever catch in syndication check out. You will remember why Dan Blocker is so missed and see why the series was without it's heart without him. This was I believe the 7th to last episode he appeared before his untimely death in May of 1972.


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