Cowboy in Africa: Season 1, Episode 23

Work of Art (11 Mar. 1968)

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An old flame comes back into Jim's life, and it's quite a shock to John Henry, Samson, and Jim. Samson begins feeling he is going to be left out, no matter how much Jim tries to convince him otherwise.

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An old flame comes back into Jim's life, and it's quite a shock to John Henry, Samson, and Jim. Samson begins feeling he is going to be left out, no matter how much Jim tries to convince him otherwise.

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A Woman's Perspective
18 December 2012 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

Samson becomes upset when an old flame of Jim's comes to Africa for a photo shoot. He feels left out and neglected. Jim is his father, and he's afraid Jim will fall in love and forget about him. Like many kids, Samson feels threatened when the one piece of security he has seems to be slipping away.

In reality, Jim is interested in Christine. He is thinking it would be really nice - the three of them as a family. But never does Jim ever think about leaving Samson behind.

Of all the episodes, I would say this is the most revealing of the father/son relationship Jim and Samson have developed in the short time they've known each other. By the end of the episode, the viewer knows that the only way Jim would ever consider a decision is if it doesn't separate him and Samson...


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