Kitty takes a buggy ride with a dandified stranger. When he makes a pass, her spirited rejection of it results in her being left alone on the prairie.

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Kitty takes a buggy ride with a dandified stranger. When he makes a pass, her spirited rejection of it results in her being left alone on the prairie.

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21 December 1957 (USA)  »

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Jim Rackmil: [toasting a drink to Kitty] To a very kind lady.
Kitty Russell: Kind? Well, I've been called a lot of things but that is a new one.
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Kitty put herself in a poor situation
23 June 2013 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

The circumstance surrounding this episode is a little queer when Kitty meets a dandy man, Jim Rackmil, at the Long Branch and then decides to take a midnight buggy ride in the prairie to look at the moon. And then some ten miles out of Dodge, Jim decides that he will try to steal a small kiss and Kitty slaps the crap of of him which leads to a bent axle that the dandy man cannot repair. And to make matters even worse, the next morning Jim Rackmil jumps on the horse and rides off leaving Kitty by herself.

Thanks goodness Matt gets worried when Kitty is nowhere to be found and starts making inquiries about where she may have went. After talking to Moss Grimmick, Matt and Chester ride off looking for the rented buggy's tracks.

I know I am being judgmental about this episode but what really bothered me was that a smart woman like Kitty, on her day off, would meet a guy for all of three minutes and then take a long buggy ride to see the moon and not suspect the guy might not try to get a little sugar- or perhaps even worse. Not much going on in the episode which leads viewers to become uninteresting in the plot. Making the suspicious ending even less entertaining.


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