After a long period of grieving over his lost fiancée, Matthew finally finds love again, but the object of his affection works at Hank's saloon.

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After a long period of grieving over his lost fiancée, Matthew finally finds love again, but the object of his affection works at Hank's saloon.

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20 January 1996 (USA)  »

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Dr. Michaela 'Mike' Quinn: I was at Grace's picking up supper for Matthew. I'd like to drop it off before we go back.
Byron Sully: I'll go with you. I want to see how he's doin'.
Dr. Michaela 'Mike' Quinn: I must confess that I am somewhat relieved that he decided to stop pursuing Emma.
Byron Sully: He did?
Dr. Michaela 'Mike' Quinn: Well from what I saw earlier today. It certainly seems that way.
Byron Sully: You never know it may not be over yet.
Dr. Michaela 'Mike' Quinn: Sully, sometimes when you set a bird free, it just keeps on flying.
Byron Sully: [...]
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Changing Times for Matthew and Myra
19 August 2015 | by (San Francisco) – See all my reviews

Myra has a gift for numbers, so she takes a job as a teller at the bank. Horace struggles with this because he doesn't think his wife should work outside the home. In the end, he puts on a happy face because he just wants Myra to be happy.

Meanwhile, Matthew (the new town sheriff) falls hard for Emma, one of Hank's girls introduced in a previous episode.

The writers already used the freed prostitute trope once, with Myra and Horace, and in their case, they have continually glossed over all the scorn and ostracism that would be the social norm in that era. It would dog their footsteps long into their marriage.

I don't expect the writers to handle the Matthew-Emma relationship any better in future episodes.


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