Joseph 'Little Joe' Cartwright: [approaching a man lying on the ground, he comes face to face with the barrel of a gun] Look, I'm just trying to help you, mister.
Bushwhacker: You've helped.
[gets up from the ground]
Bushwhacker: Now, just take it easy, friend.
[takes Little Joe's water canteen]
Bushwhacker: I lost my horse, and now I'm buying your horse.
Joseph 'Little Joe' Cartwright: He's not for sale, mister.
Bushwhacker: Well, you'd better change your mind. I'm paying you a good price for him.
[strikes Little Joe in the head with the gun]
Bushwhacker: Your life.
Joseph 'Little Joe' Cartwright: First thing that goes is your courage - then your manhood - and your concern for your women and children - and this is the last thing, but it's got to go too: this is your self-respect. And this - is what's left of you: nothing.
Eric 'Hoss' Cartwright: Sounds sort of weird.
Adam Cartwright: All legends sound weird or a little funny - depends how you look at them.
Ben Cartwright: Son, when a man knows something, deep down in his heart, when he really knows, he doesn't have to argue about it, doesn't have to prove it. Just knowing, that's enough.
Felix Matthews: Alright, Masterson, get this pile of junk out of the middle of the street right now. We're coming through.
Joseph 'Little Joe' Cartwright: This pile of junk stays!
Felix Matthews: You're gonna let this boy dig his own grave, Masterson... with his mouth.
Joseph 'Little Joe' Cartwright: It's MY Grave. MAYBE.
Felix Matthews: There's no 'maybe' about it. Now, I'll tell YOU what I'm going to do. Me and the boys are gonna rest up a spell, and then we'll come down. Maybe it'll be in an hour. Maybe we'll wait till sun-up. Maybe. Maybe not even then. Just MAYBE. Oh, but we'll be back. If this barricade is still up when we get here, do you know what we're gonna do then? Well, let me tell you, gentlemen. Have you ever seen a town wiped out? Taken apart PIECE by PIECE? Well, you've got an experience in store for you, gentlemen. Think about that. Oh, and, ah, Masterson... if you make us fight, don't waste all your ammunition on me and the boys. Save some for the womenfolk and the kids.