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I Killed Jason McCord 

Jason is hit in the head with a rock by an outlaw while getting a drink of water at the lake, and his horse is stolen. Upon arriving in town, he quickly learns his assaulter and thief is ... See full summary »

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Jason is hit in the head with a rock by an outlaw while getting a drink of water at the lake, and his horse is stolen. Upon arriving in town, he quickly learns his assaulter and thief is dead, and a man is being credited for killing Jason McCord. Written by Michelle

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3 October 1965 (USA)  »

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1.33 : 1
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Jason McCord: I'm not asking you. I'm telling you. Give me that saber!
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Nice Surprise!
4 March 2011 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

So, I'm just sitting here watching the episode when suddenly Jason flips his rifle. I did a double take and watched the part again! He did it so smoothly - just like Lucas McCain! It was awesome!!!

Every time I watch an episode of this, I'm constantly thinking how those that died at Bitter Creek seems to have family in every town Jason visits. I find it quite amazing, then, that Jason actually points that out himself in this episode.

Oh, one more thing: At the end of this episode, it seems everybody suddenly likes him. Did I miss something? I mean, sure they believed his story but why did those who were ready to kill him suddenly decide to be his friend? I didn't get that.


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